With Holi round the corner, left-liberal cabal is back to moral policing & lecturing Hindus

No Hindu festival is complete without the left-liberal cabal lecturing and ‘civilizing’ Hindus. They have one or the other template ready to show why and how Hindu festivals are ‘harmful’ to society in addition to lecturing Hindus as to how they should be celebrating certain festivals.

If we were to believe the cabal, milk that can feed the poor gets wasted on Maha Shivratri, toxic fumes are released on Diwali due to bursting firecrackers harming people and animals alike, animals are endlessly troubled and traumatized due to jallikattu (bull sport) during Pongal (Sankranti), and so on and so forth. The list is endless and the cabal has made a business out of running social awareness campaigns exclusively during Hindu festivals.

The advent of social media (SM) has exposed their hypocrisy but the cabal continues to invent newer campaigns targeting Hindus and Hindu festivals. Holi is usually a time for the cabal to ‘explain’ to Hindus the need for conserving water but this time the template seems to have changed to something more sinister.

This time the left-liberal cabal has chosen to highlight the “harassment” suffered by women during Holi. Holi hooliganism is the latest theme being circulated by the left-liberal cabal even if they don’t have any concrete evidence or substantial proof to back their claims.

The activism has decisively moved from “environmentalism” to “feminism” (feminazism would be more apt though!) as is apparent from the kind of campaigns that have come to the fore as Holi draws closer. To insinuate that Holi is a festival created exclusively to sexually harass women is a logic that only the most twisted and sinister mind can come up with.

There may be stray cases but those are more exception than the norm. Even so, there is no concrete evidence to show that the kind of harassment as alleged by feminists and the left-liberal cabal actually takes place. But the cabal has taken it upon itself to moral police and guilt-trip Hindus and Hindu society in the name of activism.

Feminisim is the flavor of this season but much like other forms of activism, this is also limited to Hindu society. However, being selective in their activism, they expose both their hypocrisy and Hindumisia/Hindudvesh. The entire cabal ran a campaign for #RippedJeans following a random comment by Uttarakhand CM Tirath Singh Rawat. However, we have never seen them raise relevant issues of women empowerment where it matters the most.

For them, a hijab is a symbol of ‘resistance’ while women in Islamic nations run campaigns calling for freedom from the hijab which they identify as a sign of oppression. When maulvis and maulanas issue warnings and fatwas to Muslim women or using such indecent language as is seen in the tweet below, the self-proclaimed champions of women’s rights will conveniently look the other way.

They even maintain a studied silence when children as young as 5-6 years are forced to wear the hijab and women are compelled to wear the burqa to avert the male gaze. All their activism is only directed at Hindu society and culture. Much of the blame also goes to Bollywood movies and television serials which almost always portray Hindu festivals in a negative light.

There are ample reasons to believe that the intention of the left-liberal cabal is to simply foul-mouth Hindu Dharma using activism as a convenient mask to hide their real agenda. Their hypocrisy that has been exposed from time to time by social media is ample proof of the same.


Did you find this article useful? We’re a non-profit. Make a donation and help pay for our journalism.

HinduPost is now on Telegram. For the best reports & opinions on issues concerning Hindu society, subscribe to HinduPost on Telegram.

close

Namaskar!

Sign up to receive HinduPost content in your inbox

We don’t spam! Read our privacy policy for more info.

About the Author

Maitri
A opinionated girl-next-door with an attitude. I'm certainly not afraid to call myself 'a proud Hindu' and am positively politically incorrect. A Bharatiya at heart who loves reading, music, sports and nature. Travelling and writing are my passions.