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Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi)
-doesnt-know-bsp-is-a-movement … “We alone can challenge and defeat
the casteist, communal and pro-capitalist BJP! Get ready!” Behanji’s
clarion call to BSP workers to liberate the country from the clutches of
fascist rule.


“We
alone can challenge and defeat the casteist, communal and
pro-capitalist BJP (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths (Private) Limited!

Maha
Mayawati’s clarion call to the Sarvajan Samaj i.e., Cadres of all
societies in general and BSP Cadres in particular to liberate the
country from the clutches of fascist rule.


https://www.reddit.com/…/modi_is_literally_hitler_and_bjp_…/


“We alone can challenge and defeat the casteist, communal and
pro-capitalist BJP (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths (Private) Limited!


Maha Mayawati’s clarion call to the Sarvajan Samaj i.e., Cadres of all
societies in general and BSP Cadres in particular to liberate the
country from the clutches of fascist rule.
Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) is literally Hitler and BJP (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths) is fascist


“Veggie Madhya Pradesh CM bans eggs in anganwadis, to be
felicitated”. Turns out some non-BJP states too don’t provide eggs in
midday meals
BJP ruled “BMC has banned sale of meat for four
days during the Jain festival of Paryushan”. Turns out it happens every
year since 1994 after a resolution by Congress govt in 1994. The ban
duration was increased to 4 days in 2011, again by a Congress-NCP govt.
Compulsory national anthem in Maharashtra movie theaters introduced by Congress-NCP govt
Prohibition in Gujarat - it was the Congress govt which enacted The Bombay Prohibition Act, 1949.
Cow slaughter is banned in 23 States, most of them non-BJP
“Ministry of Home Affairs cancels FCRA licences of 8,975
associations”, but in 2012, a total 4138 NGOs had their FCRA license
cancelled because of similar violations
“Criticising government can be sedition in Maharashtra now“, however the guidelines were actually prepared by Cong-NCP govt

but hey, Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) is literally Hitler and BJP is the majority appeasing,
fascist party. And if it turns out that it was done by Congress, goal
posts are shifted


From “Fascist rule is here again; Thums Up! Thums Up!” to “Arey,
it’s not about BJP (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths) or the Congress”


1. [”Veggie Madhya Pradesh CM bans eggs in anganwadis, to be…
reddit.com

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/…/cong-leaders-a…/1/639138.html
BJP, RSS of turning India into neo-fascist
Hitting out at RSS and BJP, some Congress
leaders today accused them of turning India into a “neo-fascist” state
and questioned whether they will give up their idea of a Hindu Rashtra
if they believe in the Constitution.

Speaking during a national seminar
Contribution of Dr Ambedkar, was a
neo-fascist state targeting Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi).


Hailing of Ambedkar by RSS (Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks)/ BJP (Brashatachar
Jiyadhs Psychopaths) Private Limited outfits of the saffron
organisations were always opposed to the
ideology of the Chief architect Constitution
.

Today we are a neo-fascist Indian state. Fascism
developed after Second World War is known as neo-fascism.

He noted BJP is the “only party” talking about Ambedkar without subscribing to his ideology.

He
also noted the ruling party saying that purchasing Ambedkars house in
London is not “sufficient”, but there is a need to follow his ideology.


Ambedkar believed in “removing contradictions” from the country. how
RSS/BJP believing in inequalities will not be able to do justice to the
Ambedkar’s ideology.

Those who claim they believe in Constitution,
cannot say they will give up the idea of a stealth, shadowy, discriminatory hinutva cult rashtra.

Ambedkars ideology is the “only hope” for people in the
current political context and said the same shall remain “relevant”
until there are inequalities in the country.


Cong leaders accuse BJP, RSS of turning India into neo-fascist
indiatoday.intoday.in

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/…/cong-leaders-a…/1/639138.html
BJP, RSS of turning India into neo-fascist
Hitting out at RSS and BJP, some Congress
leaders today accused them of turning India into a “neo-fascist” state
and questioned whether they will give up their idea of a Hindu Rashtra
if they believe in the Constitution.

Speaking during a national seminar
Contribution of Dr Ambedkar, was a
neo-fascist state targeting Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi).


Hailing of Ambedkar by RSS (Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks)/ BJP (Brashatachar
Jiyadhs Psychopaths) Private Limited outfits of the saffron
organisations were always opposed to the
ideology of the Chief architect Constitution
.

Today we are a neo-fascist Indian state. Fascism
developed after Second World War is known as neo-fascism.

He noted BJP is the “only party” talking about Ambedkar without subscribing to his ideology.

He
also noted the ruling party saying that purchasing Ambedkars house in
London is not “sufficient”, but there is a need to follow his ideology.


Ambedkar believed in “removing contradictions” from the country. how
RSS/BJP believing in inequalities will not be able to do justice to the
Ambedkar’s ideology.

Those who claim they believe in Constitution,
cannot say they will give up the idea of a stealth, shadowy, discriminatory hinutva cult rashtra.

Ambedkars ideology is the “only hope” for people in the
current political context and said the same shall remain “relevant”
until there are inequalities in the country.

https://www.theatlantic.com/…/fascism-populism-pres…/510668/


The votes are in, the people have spoken, and the result is ugly.
Merriam-Webster has warned that fascism could become 2016’s
most-searched term on its online dictionary—presumably with even more
searches than bigly.
Fascism was No. 3 last year, between socialism and racism, which is just where fascism began in the 1920s.

Ideological formation and the creation of a party with
quasi-military cadres. Talk of national humiliation, lost vigor, and the
failures of liberalism and democracy.
Entry of the party into national politics. Intimidation of rivals,
and planned acts of “redemptive violence” against suspect minorities and
radical rivals.
Arrival in government, often in alliance with conservatives.
Exercise of power, in concert with institutions and business. The
regime expands its control at home: restricting the press and democratic
processes, corporatizing business, and collectivizing the people.
Abroad, it asserts itself militarily.
Radicalization or entropy: Some fascists go down in a Götterdämmerung, but most die of boredom.


Fascism is in the running to be Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Year. But it’s not the right word for the current moment.
theatlantic.com

https://www.merriam-webster.com/d…/G%C3%B6tterd%C3%A4mmerung
Definition of Götterdämmerung

: a collapse (as of a society or regime) marked by catastrophic
violence and disorder; broadly : downfall the Götterdämmerung of
Communism


a collapse (as of a society or regime) marked by catastrophic violence and disorder; broadly : downfall… See the full definition
merriam-webster.com

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/downfall

downfall
play
noun

down·fall

\ˈdau̇n-ˌfȯl\
Popularity: Bottom 40% of words
Examples: downfall in a Sentence
Definition of downfall

1a : a sudden fall (as from power)b : a fall (as of snow or rain) especially when sudden or heavy

2 : something that causes a downfall (as of a person) gambling was his downfall

downfallen
play \-ˌfȯ-lən\ adjective

Examples of downfall in a Sentence

Their downfall was the result of several bad decisions.

Bad decision-making was their downfall.


a
sudden fall (as from power); a fall (as of snow or rain) especially
when sudden or heavy; something that causes a downfall (as of a person)…
See the full definition
merriam-webster.com

https://www.reddit.com/…/the_left_has_changed_the_definiti…/

The
left has changed the definition of “fascist/fascism” post 2009 to now
include “right wing” in all dictionaries, etc. Proof again why almost

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Totalitarianism

Authoritarian Governments

Fascism

World History

Comparisons

Politics

What are the differences between authoritarianism, totalitarianism, and fascism?

4 Answers

Cecilieaux Bois de Murier
Cecilieaux Bois de Murier, studied political science, journalist in Washington
Updated Aug 21

Totalitarianism
and Fascism are forms of authoritarianism, which is governance by an
authority without the option of questioning whatever the authority
orders. The distinctions between the three are mostly a matter of
political theory; applying these labels is usually done very loosely
and, in my opinion, badly.

An authoritarian
government is any ruling political unit in which the person or group in
power tells everyone else what to do, more or less without recourse.
Monarchies without parliament and in which the monarch actually rules,
as well as military governments and dictatorships of the left and the
right can all be correctly identified as authoritarian. Most workplaces
are authoritarian, too; the boss tells you what to do, or else.
Similarly, most families have an authoritarian streak, as do schools.
The basic idea is that what is done is not put to a vote: someone in
authority commands, others obey. Authoritarian governments, as you might
imagine, can cover a very wide range of power regimes.

Totalitarian
rule is called this because the power of those who govern extends to
every aspect of life and society; in other words, total rule. They tell
you what to say, what to think, where to live, what to study, where to
work, etc. Obviously, because of the difficulty of controlling large
populations minutely, no pure form of totalitarian government has ever
existed. However, Soviet Communism, German Nazism and Italian Fascism
attempted to be totalitarian, but for very different reasons.

All
of which brings us to Fascism, which is the historical movement of
Benito Mussolini, who ruled Italy as a dictator from 1929 to 1943. The
word “fascism” comes from the Latin fasces, a bundle of rods tied
around an ax; the members of the movement conceived of themselves as a
tightly wound bundle of people who figuratively chopped down whatever
stood in the way of their ideas. These ideas included the revival of
Italy’s glory as the center of the Roman Empire. It was a nationalist
and ultra-conservative movement similar and allied to German Nazism and
Spanish Falangism, yet distinctly Italian.

Because
Fascism came to power first, its name became a shorthand for any
right-wing authoritarian regime and for the supporters of such rule. The
concept has also been twisted completely out of shape by rhetorical
abuse. For example, Reaganism and Thatcherism (USA and UK in the 1980s),
although ideologically in harmony with many fascist ideas, have been
called fascist even though they operated in a political environment in
which at least a pretense of democratic representation was maintained.

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Answered Jun 16, 2016

The Wikipedia definition of authoritarianism is good “Authoritarianism is a form of government
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Authoritarianism could be Individualistic or Collectivist, depending on
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individual and economic freedom.

Totalitarianism
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political, and economic activity. All individuals exist to serve the
state. As Mussolini (one of the originators of the idea) put it, “All
within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state.”

Fascism
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mutual benefit, with the state acting as senior and controlling partner.
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Nathaniel Downes
Nathaniel Downes, A political writer with a focus on Soviet democratic models.
Answered Oct 21, 2016

The
term Authoritarianism was coined in 1859 as the establishment of order
through a central, elected, authority. Under an Authoritarian model,
uniform elections (not saying if they were fair elections, mind you)
must be held, and by holding them, all those who vote then agree to
abide by the decisions of the elected Authority. The Authority itself
had no power to implement these decisions, and passed them down to lower
bodies to handle the direct implementation.

Totalitarianism
was coined by the Italian fascists in 1926, “totalitario”, and was a
rejection of Authoritarianism. Under Totalitarianist systems, there was
no pretext of elections or rule by mandate, and only the elite had any
say over the system. Instead of submitting to an authority,
Totalitarians had “total representation of the nation and total guidance
of national goals” through dictates. Unlike Authoritatian systems,
which had a decision making body, and left implementation to smaller
groups, Totalitarian models used a single body to handle both decisions
and implementation.

On the surface it is easy
to claim that Fascism used Totalitarianism and Communism used
Authoritarianism, but in the real world we find that is not always the
case. The root difference was in both how each system claimed their
mandate, and how each system implemented decisions.

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Cem (Icy) Onur
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Answered Mar 31, 2014
Very, very simplified:

Authoritarianism:
State rules and decides on everything, but some social and economic
institutions exist that are not under governmental control.

Totalitarianism is an extreme version of authoritarianism. Nothing exists but the government.

Fascism
brings ultra-nationalism to the mix; with a hint of racism. All fascist
governments are authoritarian, but not all authoritarian governments
are fascists. This part would get a bit muddy depending on whose
definition you stick to. I like Umberto Eco’s definition as I can
picture Hitler’s doctrines with them easily.

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PERFECT HUMAN BEING BRAIN is creation of millions of gods.

A Buddhist Monk explained Pancasila i.e., five precepts thus:

I do not want to be killed by other living beings, so I will not kill any living beings.

I do not want others to steal my things, so I will refrain from stealing.

I do not want others to lie to me, so I will refrain from telling lies.

I do not want my wife/husband to be taken by others, so I will refrain from sexual misconduct.

I will refrain from taking intoxicant drinks, Because I may violate all the above precepts.

When,
I told this to an intelligent man, he asked me to repeat the same and
started noting them in his diary and at the end he put my name. Then I
told him that these are the teachings of the Buddha. But he said that it
was told to him by me, so he put my name.


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Dear brothers and sisters, Jaibheem to all.
We,
the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes and
Religious Minorities, are able to secure our rights guaranteed under the
Constitution of India due to the incessant struggle and matchless
sacrifice of Babasaheb Dr. Bheemrao Ambedkar. But the caste-prejudiced
governments did not implement these rights to the benefit of our people.
As the result, despite the provisions of Constitution, our
socio-economic condition remained worst as before. Hence, Babasaheb
advocated us to form the government on our own by getting united under
one political platform and one leadership. In this direction, he
contemplated to launch the Republican Party of India during his
life-time. But he, perhaps, did not know that he would die so early even
before he could bring his plans into action. He could not complete the
task which was later on completed by Manyawar Kanshi Ram Saheb.

We need to become ruling class if we want to form a casteless society – Saheb Kanshi Ram

About Bahujan Samaj Party



Bahujan Samaj Party
(BSP) or Majority People’s Party is one of the only five prominent national
political parties of India, which is the largest democracy of the world.
Brief Introduction :
The ideology of the
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) is “Social Transformation and Economic Emancipation”
of the “Bahujan Samaj “, which comprises of the Scheduled Castes (SCs), the
Scheduled Tribes (STs), the Other Backward Classes (OBCs) and Religious
Minorities such as Sikhs, Muslims, Christians, Parsis and Buddhists and account
for over 85 per cent of the country’s total population.
The people belonging to
all these classes have been the victims of the “Manuwadi” system in the country
for thousands of years, under which they have been vanquished, trampled upon
and forced to languish in all spheres of life. In other words, these people
were deprived even of all those human rights, which had been secured for the
upper caste Hindus under the age-old “Manuwadi Social System”. 

Among the great persons
(Mahapurush) belonging to “Bahujan Samaj”, who fought courageously and with
commitment against the brutal and oppressive Manuwadi system, for providing a
level playing field to the downtrodden to help move forward in their lives with
“self-respect” and at par with the upper castes Hindus, especially Baba Saheb
Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar’s socio-political campaign later proved to be very
effective in this direction.
Though the contributions
of leaders of the downtrodden communities like Mahatma Jyotiba Phule,
Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj, Narayana Guru and Periyar E. V. Ramaswami have
been immense in the fight against the obnoxious Manuwadi system, but the
struggle of Baba Saheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, who was born in Scheduled Caste
community, and that of Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji later proved to be greatly
effective and pregnant with far-reaching consequences.
Besides waging a
spirited campaign against the Manuwadi Social System, Dr. Ambedkar instilled
consciousness among not only the Dalits, but also among those belonging to
other backward groups, which continue to be victimised and trampled under this
oppressive and unjust Manuvadi Social System.
By virtue of his pivotal
role in the framing of the Indian Constitution, these groups were given a
number of rights in the Constitution on a legal basis to lead a life of dignity
and self-respect. But he was fully conscious of the fact that these exploited
sections of the society would not be able to get the full legal rights as long
as the governments would remain dominated by the Manuwadi persons and parties.
That’s why Dr. Ambedkar,
during his lifetime, had counseled the “Bahujan Samaj” that if they wanted to
fully enjoy the benefits of their legal rights, as enshrined in the
Constitution, they would have to bond together all the Bahujan groups on the
basis of unity and fraternity, bring them on a strong political platform and
capture the “Master Key” of political power. This was to be the modus operandi
for the formation of Bahujan Governments at the Centre and in States. Only such
governments could enforce all the constitutional and legal rights of the
“Bahujan Samaj” and provide opportunities to its People to move forward in all
spheres of life besides enabling them to lead a life of “self-respect”.
Keeping in view this
observation and advice of Dr. Ambedkar, respected Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji
founded the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), with the help of his associates, on
April 14, 1984. For many years while he enjoyed good health, he prepared the
“Bahujan Samaj” to secure the “master key” of political power, which opens all
the avenues for social and economic development.
However, being a
diabetic and host of other serious ailments, his health did not permit him to
lead an active political life for too long. On December 15, 2001, Manyawar
Kanshi Ram Ji, while addressing a mammoth rally of the BSP at the Lakshman Mela
Ground in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh on the banks of the river Gomti, declared
Kumari (Miss) Mayawati Ji, then the lone Vice-President of the Party, as his
only political heir and successor.
Moreover, on September
15, 2003, Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji’s health suffered a serious setback, and the
entire responsibility of the Party fell on the shoulders of Bahan (Sister)
Kumari Mayawati Ji. Later, on September 18, 2003, the Party, through a
consensus and in keeping with its Constitution, made her its National
President.
Being the National
President of a National Party, Kumari Mayawati Ji in her address sought to
assure that “I would like to make aware people of the country that my Party,
the BSP, is committed to not only improving the socio-economic conditions of
people belonging to the “Bahujan Samaj” but also of the poor among the upper
caste Hindus, small and medium farmers, traders and people engaged in other
professions.
But people of the
Manuwadi mindset, even if they are in different fields of life, are acting
under a conspiracy to project the image of the BSP as if it is confined to
championing the cause of Dalits alone and is opposed to the upper castes Hindus
and other sections of the society. Also, the BSP has nothing to do with the
issues of national interest. However, on the basis of facts, I can say with
firmness and conviction that all such talks are a bunch of lies, baseless and
devoid of facts and are nothing else more than a slanderous campaign of the
status quoits Manuwadi forces. The policies, objectives and ideology of the BSP
are crystal clear and attuned to the welfare of the entire country and its vast
population.
On the basis of its
ideology, the BSP wants to sound the death-knell of the “Manuwadi Social
System” based on the ‘Varna’ (which is an inequality social system) and
striving hard and honestly for the establishment of an egalitarian and
“Humanistic Social System” in which everyone enjoys JUSTICE (social, economic
and political) and EQUALITY (of status and of opportunity) as enshrined in the
PREAMBLE of the Constitution.
Further, our Party
Constitution very clearly states that “the chief aim and objective of the Party
shall be to work as a revolutionary social and economic movement of change with
a view to realise, in practical terms, the supreme principles of universal
justice, liberty, equality and fraternity enunciated in the Constitution of
India.”
Such a social system is
wholly in the overall interest of the Country and all sections of the society
too. If, in this missionary work of “Social Transformation”, people of the
upper castes (Hindus) shed their Manuwadi mindset and join hands with the
Bahujan Samaj, our Party, with all due respect and affection would embrace
them. Such people will be given suitable positions in the Party organisation in
accordance with their ability, dedication and efficiency, and there would be no
distinction between them and those belonging to the Bahujan Samaj. Also they
will be fielded as Party candidates in the parliamentary and assembly
elections, and if our government is formed, they will also be given ministerial
berths.
These are not hollow
talks because the BSP in the past, during the three successive governments, had
implemented all such promises. In Uttar Pradesh, Ms. Mayawati government was
formed four times, and on each occasion, upper castes people were inducted in
the Council of Ministers. Even an upper caste person was appointed to an
all-important post of Advocate General. They were given the Party ticket for
Lok Sabha and Assembly elections and also nominated to the Parliament’s Upper
Chamber i.e. Rajya Sabha and state Legislative Councils.
In addition, upper caste
people have been given high posts in the Party organisation. For example, Mr.
Satish Chandra Mishra was nominated to the Rajya Sabha and also was made
national general secretary of the Party. In similar fashion, other castes of
the Upper Castes (Hindus) were promoted.
Thus, keeping in view
all these facts, it would be injudicious and fallacious to hold that the BSP
works for the welfare of a particular group or section. Yes, the Party does
give priority to those sections, which have been ignored and scorned all along
by the Manuwadi governments in all spheres of life. In addition, the BSP has
always contributed positively to all issues pertaining to the welfare of the
Country. The BSP has always taken an unequivocal stand on issues of the
Country’s welfare and never compromised on the issues related to the interest
of the country whenever the need arose.
Aims and Objectives
The chief aim and
objective of the party shall be to work as a revolutionary social and economic
movement of change with a view to realise, in practical terms, the supreme
principles of universal justice, liberty, equality and fraternity enunciated in
the Constitution of India, to be followed by State in governance, and in
particular summed up in the following extract from the Preamble of the
Constitution.
We, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA,
having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN SECULAR
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens:
Justice, social, economic and political;
Liberty
 of thought, expression,
belief, faith and worship;
Equality
 of status and
opportunity; and promote among them all
Fraternity
 assuring the dignity of
the individual and the unity and integrity of the Nation;”
The Party shall regard
its ideology as a movement for ending exploitation of the weaker sections and
suppression of the deprived through social and economic change in keeping with
the above stated chief aim, and its political activity and participation in
governance as an instrument of furthering such a movement and bringing in such
a change.
This being the chief aim
of the Party, the strategy of the Party in public affairs will be governed by
the following general principles:
1. That all citizens of
India being equal before law are entitled to be treated as equal in true sense
and in all matters and all walks of life, and where equality does not exist it
has to be fostered and where equality is denied it has to be upheld and fought
for.
2. That the full, free,
uninhibited and unimpeded development of each individual is a basic human right
and State is an instrument for promoting and realising such development;
3. That the rights of
all citizens of India as enshrined in the Constitution of India and subject to
such restrictions as are set out in the Constitution, have to be upheld at all
costs and under all circumstances;
4. That the provisions
of the Constitution requiring the State at Center and in States to promote with
special care and protect the socio-economic interests of the weaker sections of
the society denied to them for centuries, have to upheld and given practical
shape in public affairs as a matter of prime most priority.
5. That economic
disparities and the wide gaps between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots’ must not
be allowed to override the political principle of “one man, one vote, one vote,
one value” adopted by our republic.
6. That unless political
empowerment is secured for the economically deprived masses they will not be
able to free themselves from the shackles of economic and social dependence and
exploitation.
In particular and
without prejudice to the generality of the aims stated above the Party will
work specially towards the following objectives:
1. The Scheduled Castes,
the Scheduled Tribes, the other Backward Castes, and the minorities, are the
most oppressed and exploited people in India. Keeping in mind their large
numbers, such a set of people in India is known as the Bahujan Samaj. The Party
shall organise these masses.
2. The party shall work
for these down trodden masses to
 -
a.
 to remove their
backwardness;
b.
 to fight against their
oppression and exploitation;
c.
 to improve their status
in society and public life;
d.
 to improve their living
conditions in day to day life;
2. The social structure
of India is based on inequalities created by caste system and the movement of
the Party shall be geared towards changing the social system and rebuild it on
the basis of equality and human values. All those who join the party with the
commitment to co-operate in this movement of social change shall be ingratiated
into the fold of the Party.
Towards the furtherance
of the above noted aims and objectives the organisational units of Party as
designated in this constitution, shall be empowered to:-
1. purchase, take on lease or otherwise acquire, and maintain, moveable or
immovable property for the Party and invest and deal with monies of Party in
such a manner as may from time to time be determined;
2. raise money with or
without security for carrying out any of the aims and objectives of the Party;
3. to do all other
lawful things and acts as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of any
of the aforesaid aims and objectives,
Provided that none of
these activities will be undertaken without the express approval of the
National President.

आओ चलें उन्नति एवं सत्य की ओर!

आओ चलें उन्नति एवं सत्य की ओर!

Non-political
Routes: When Manyawar Kanshi Ram Saheb decided to revive the
Ambedkarite movement, the movement was almost extinct. People had almost
forgotten about the movement. Kanshi Ram Saheb made a deep study as to
the conditions which caused the failure of Ambedkarite movement. He saw
that most of the followers of Babasaheb were out of the movement.  He
started probing the reasons which led to the discontinuation of the
movement followed by the death of Babasaheb Ambedkar. He, after a
thorough study, understood that the failure of Ambedkarite movement was
caused due to the lack of ‘non-political routes’ among the Bahujan Samaj
and hence, he decided to strengthen the non-political routes to create
the ‘non-purchasable leadership’. He realized that only that society
with strong non-political routes would produce the ‘non-purchasable’
missionary leaders. Thus he decided to prepare the non-political routes
of the society by preparing the educated employees and youths. Before
launching the Bahujan Samaj Party, he started the BAMCEF and DS-4 to
prepare the educated employees and youth from among the SC/ST/OBCs and
Religious Minorities. He devoted the best part of his life to strengthen
the non-political routes of Bahujan Samaj.
Importance
of Cadre Camps: Maha Mayawati Ji  joined the Ambedkarite movement when
Kanshi Ram Saheb was organizing the employees under the banner of
BAMCEF. Seeing my dedication to the movement and capabilities, he
started encouraging her. But the senior members could not tolerate it.
They began opposing Saheb arguing, “How can you project a most junior
person ignoring seniors like us? If you continue to project her too
much, we will leave the organization”. Kanshi Ramji replied them sternly
saying, “If you are thinking to leave tomorrow, it is better for you to
leave today itself. Why postpone it?” All these old members, who are
mostly from Maharashtra and Punjab, left the movement even before Saheb
launched BSP. They went out of BAMCEF and formed their own BAMCEF
outfit. They had even got it registered. Today there are several outfits
of BAMCEF and nobody knows how many outfits are there. Our people have
not gone with them. These seniors went alone and remained alone, but the
people and workers have remained with the movement. Nobody got
disturbed over their exit. Do you know why the workers and people did
not follow those old members?
Those
were the honest people who were solidly prepared by Manyawar Kanshi Ram
Saheb through cadre camps. Cadrization is the only way to prepare
missionary workers and society. Saheb, with his team of missionary
cadres, was able to create new leadership. He went on to start DS-4 and
finally BSP on April 14, 1984. The workers and society remained with the
movement only because they were prepared through the means of
cadrization. Saheb had rejuvenated the Ambedkarite movement only by
conducting cadres.
Warning
to Elders: Maha Mayawti Ji  have been telling you to build the party
organization by preparing the workers through cadre camps. But you are
more interested in conducting public rallies, meetings and programs. You
are yet to understand the fact that workers cannot be created by
conducting public programs. There are many things which cannot be told
in the public meetings. Workers cannot be prepared ideologically in
public meetings. We can sustain the movement only by preparing the young
generation through cadre camps. I am seeing an unhealthy development
with old members of our party. They are interchanging their posts among
themselves to prevent the entry of others and new blood into the
movement. This kind of attitude of old workers will lead to stagnation.
This is not good from the viewpoint of party’s progress. She  strictly
warn you to change this unhealthy habit. If you do not prepare the
younger generation, our movement will end gradually. We must have a
minimum of 50% young and educated members in every level of party’s
organization. If you, the old leaders, do not accommodate the younger
generation into the party, she will have to take strict action against
you.
As
dreamt by Babasaheb Dr. Ambedkar, Manyawar Kanshi Ram Saheb launched
the political party, namely, Bahujan Samaj Party on April 14, 1984.  We,
by following the footsteps of our ancestors and guidance of Manyawar
Kanshi Ram Saheb, are able to form our own government for four times in
Uttar Pradesh in the past. As the result, we are able to improve the
socio-economic condition of our people in Uttar Pradesh. We are able to
secure the constitutional rights of our people. We are also able to
build memorials, statues and parks in the honor of our ancestors. But we
could not succeed to form our government in other states. As the
result, atrocities against our people are continuing unabatedly.
Exploitation of the poor has not been ended.
Tampering
of EVMs by BJP :  Our failure to form our own government in other
states has helped the BJP to defeat us in Uttar Pradesh. They found that
BSP is strong only in UP and not in other states and hence they thought
that if they could finish us in UP, BSP will die a natural death in all
other states. That is how they focused their entire strength to defeat
us in UP. However, they could not win through fair means. They had to
resort to fraudulent way of tampering the electronic voting machines
(EVMs) to defeat us.
BJP
and company had used the EVMs in 2014 itself to win the General
Election. We thought that it was the mandate against the scams-ridden
and scandals-tainted rule of Congress. But the election results of the
five states held in March 2017 have exposed the EVM scandal of BJP. They
could not win in Punjab, Uttarkhand, Goa and Manipur. In Goa and
Manipur, Congress party got lead over the BJP. But BJP leaders have
managed the other MLAs form their governments. In Uttarkhand, it was the
internal quarrel of the Congress that gave a lead to the BJP. In
Punjab, the anti-incumbency factor of Akali Dal gave the victory to
Congress. BJP, being the partner of Akali Dal, lost the election. In all
the above four states, they did not tamper with the EVMs and the
results were on the expected lines. But in Uttar Pradesh, nobody
expected that BJP would get such a huge margin of victory. The senior
bureaucrats of UP, who are usually the first to know the results in
advance, were making preparations to welcome the BSP Government. They
were utterly surprised when the results were announced. I, seeing the
trend of results late in the morning, went to the press and exposed the
EVM fraud. Later on, we also launched nation-wide struggle against the
fraud of EVMs and legal battle to get the VVPAT incorporated with EVMs.
Thus, we are confronting the BJP at every step.
BJP
Mischief in Saharanpur: It is to be understood that we are the only one
who are challenging the RSS agenda of BJP rulers during the past three
years. Be it the death of Rohit Vemula in Hyderabad University, attack
against SC/STs in Una of Gujarat, Vyapam scandal of Madya Pradesh or
lynching of Muslims in Dadri, I vehemently opposed and exposed them in
the Rajya Sabha.  Hence, the BJP leaders had been hatching plans to
choke our voice. They are planning to isolate BSP from other communities
and limit us only to Dalits. That is why they managed to create clashes
between SC/STs and the Jat community in Saharanpur. They are also able
to use a SC/ST organization in their conspiracy. I have clearly
understood the game-plan of BJP behind the Saharanpur clashes. I decided
to expose them in the Parliament. When I gave the notice to speak on
the Saharanpur issue in the Rajya Sabha on July 18, 2017, they were
afraid that their mischief would get exposed and hence they did not
allow me to speak. Even the ministers also joined the chorus to prevent
my speech. I went to the Parliament to give voice to the aspirations of
people and find redresses to their woes. The issue of Sabbirpur in
Saharanpur is a very serious one in which a Dalit was killed, several
others were injured and their houses were burnt. If I am not allowed to
do justice to my aggrieved people and not able to protect them, why
should I remain in the Parliament? BJP people may try to silence me. But
I, being Babasaheb’s daughter and Kanshi Ram Saheb’s disciple, cannot
be silenced by anyone. I decided to resign my Rajya Sabha membership as
Babasaheb Ambedkar did in 1951. I, after quitting the Rajya Sabha seat,
have also decided to tour the whole country to prepare our people and
strengthen our movement in every state. We must put an end to all kinds
of exploitations by forming our government.- said Maha Mayawati Ji.
Have
Faith in the Success of our Movement: The BJP has become strong not
because of its own strength, but because of the failure of other
parties. Presently, you may be thinking that we can succeed if we join
the UPA / Congress and other parties. These parties are in such pitiable
conditions that they cannot be of any use to us. We must achieve the
success on our own strength without depending on any other party. In
fact, only we can challenge and defeat the casteist, communal and
pro-capitalist BJP. Other than BSP, no other party has got the
determination and morality to challenge BJP. Do not lose your faith in
the success of our movement. Do not lose your heart in the face of odd
situations. Our ancestors had faced much more tough situations, but they
did not lose heart. Babasaheb Ambedkar and Manyawar Kanshi Ramji were
neither disappointed nor did they get discouraged when they faced severe
challenges and setbacks. Look at me. Have you ever seen me
disheartened, sad and disappointed? Every tough situation has made me
tougher and made me to move ahead with greater determination. When I
took over the charge of party’s president post, I had faced toughest
time of my life. Our old leaders such as Phulsingh Barayya and Davuram
Ratnakar betrayed the movement by playing in the hands of other parties.
But I was not disappointed. I carried ahead the movement all alone. I
always enjoyed my work. You must also do your work with great joy. Do
not think that success brings us joy. On the other hand it is the joy
that brings us success. We must carry our struggles with great
celebration and bliss. The present situation may look very critical and
depressing. But we can convert this situation to our advantage by our
determination and hard work.
Action Plan:
    •    Starting from September 18, 2017, Maha Mayawati Ji  will be having programs in Uttar Pradesh on every month of 18.
  
 •   She will also  be visiting other states of the country at least
once in a year to address the party workers. All these states have been
grouped in nine zones. These programs are not for the public. They are
only for the party workers of all levels – starting from state to booth
level. In these programs, she will be personally verifying the progress
of formation of committees. These programs are to be conducted in the
name of ‘Grand Conference of Workers’ (Karyakarthan ka Vishal
Mahasabha).
    •    The nine zones with states inherent and the dates of Behanji’s programs are as follows:
    •    Bhopal Zone (Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgad) – Dec. 12, 2017.
    •    Jaipur Zone (Rajastan, Gujarat) – Nov. 30, 2017.
    •    Nagpur Zone (Maharashtra, Telangana, AP, Orissa) – Dec. 10, 2017.
    •    Bangalore Zone (Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Kerala, Puducherry) – Nov. 26, 2017.
    •    Patna Zone (Bihar, West Bengal, Jarkhand) – Jan. 30, 2018.
    •    Delhi Zone – Jan. 28, 2018.
    •    Chandigad Zone(Chandigad, Punjab, Haryana) – Feb. 25, 2018.
    •    Kangada Zone (Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh) – Feb. 27, 2018.
    •    Nova Zone – Uttarkhand -  March 4, 2018.

    •    The above programs will continue every year on the above dates without any change.
    •    You have to mobilize funds for the above programs and also for the elections on your own.
  
 •    Now that we are increasing the pace of our movement in a greater
speed, we must mobilize more funds to achieve greater success. Ours is a
self-respect movement. Self-respect movement can succeed only with
self-help. We are not taking funds from business houses and corporate
companies. Collecting money through membership is one source for us. Now
we must restart the collection of funds on my birthday every year as we
were doing earlier. With these two sources, we can manage our party
activities. Office-bearers of every state  declared their respective
contribution. Tamilnadu and Karnataka office-bearers declared to
contribute Rs. 25 lakh each. Kerala leaders declared Rs. 10 lakhs and
Puducherry leaders declared Rs. 2 lakhs. These funds must be collected
before Dec. 31 and deposited at the Central Office in the first week of
Jan. 2018. No receipt books to be printed. If it is printed, the
responsible persons will be expelled from the party. Funds must be
collected through registers in the name of Jankalyan Diwas. Similarly,
you must also deposit the membership money with the Central Office as
and when you enroll the members.
    •    Collection of funds on the
eve of my birthday must continue in future, whether I am alive or not.
It must become a tradition for the Bahujan Samaj to collect money for
running the movement.
With these words, I conclude my speech. Jaibheem, Jaibharath”.



Contemplation: Humility!
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Humility
Humility
puts a hand out to nothing extra, but simply takes what’s there;
whether that is food or clothing or understanding. Sometimes there is a
lot available and sometimes only little. It doesn’t matter. Even when
you understand nothing, there is no worry, for in humility there is the
trust that if a person feels themselves to be a child of God, everything
will come anyway, at the right time.

What about the self?

Making
time for the self can save time for the self. We have to spend much
time earning to support ourselves and caring for other members of our
family. But what about the self? We are busy checking our children’s
thoughts, words and actions, what about your own. It is important to
make sure our thoughts, words and actions are what we would like our
loved ones to have. If the foundation is weak, is it sufficient to fill
up the cracks in the walls that continue to appear.

In your
dealings with others if there can be deeper communication, greater
accuracy and clarity, then think how much time can be can be saved. Our
thoughts are our closest companions.

Inner Freedom Meditation Experience


Experience the following thoughts one after the other:

I relax…
I release all tensions… 
I create a space of silence… 
I move towards my inner self, letting my thoughts gradually focus on the experience of peace…
For
a few moments I reflect on all the things that affect me, that have a
negative influence on me, the people, the situations; everything that
stops me from achieving a state of inner freedom…
Around me I visualize a luminous circle (circle of light); there is a great power of silence…
I feel protected inside this circle of subtle spiritual power… 
Nothing can take away my positivity, my inner peace, my strength and wisdom…
I can be free to think and feel what I choose. Internally I am free. I am not at the mercy of anyone or any situation…

 

Soul Sustenance


Experiencing the Stage of Being a Detached Observer
 

Experience the stage of being a detached observer by gradually creating the following thoughts: 
 

I
am aware of the present moment and of time… The whole world is out
there… I let go for a moment of what is happening around me… It is
as if the world continues to turn, but I have stopped for a few minutes
and turned into an observer… Mentally, I take a step back… I look
around me as if I were in the inside of a room… the room of my mind…
In this place, I can be with myself… at peace… calm… free… Here
I do not have pressures, or worries, or fears… Nothing and nobody can
influence me… I can think… see things as they really are… 

I
am sitting like an observer, seeing through two windows… These
windows are my eyes… I am not my eyes… I am aware of who is looking
through these eyes, a tiny sparkling star like energy, the soul… I am
different from everything I am seeing… I perceive that separation
between the observer and the observed… I observe the things that
surround me without judging, without analyzing… I simply observe,
remaining at peace with myself… 

I see this world as a stage of
a great unlimited theatre play… each human being is an actor, a soul
playing their own role via their physical body… I simply observe from
my inner room… things come and go… nothing is permanent… I do not
need to worry about anything or anybody… I let things be… flow… I
am at peace… calmed… I share this vibration of peace with all that
surrounds me. 

 

Message for the day 

The one who teaches others never makes time his teacher. 

Projection: When
the situation demands or forces us to change, we can usually bring
about a change. But rarely do we find ourselves changing before time and
being ready for the situations that are to come. So, we face a lot of
difficulty during the time we are facing a problem. 

Solution: We
need to have the simple aim to keep learning from everything that
happens. With this aim we will be able to learn and be ready even before
time forces us to change. Then we will be able to give the right
direction to others, too, at the right time. 

Incredible Monasteries of the World

They
are places of both physical beauty and spiritual significance. They are
ancient, with a rich history behind them. They are the monasteries of
the world and some of them are simply breathtakingly beautiful, with a
fascinating past to boot. These are the ones most worth visiting.

Thiksey Monastery
beautiful monasteries

This
monastery is located on top a hill in the Indus Valley, just East of
the Capital of Ladkah, India This monastery includes a temple known as
Lakhang Nyerma, dedicated to Goddess Dorje Chenmo. It used to be an
incredibly popular and important temple, but today it is mostly a ruin,
but still houses many sacred shrines, relics and valuable artifacts.
 
 
beautiful monasteries

 
Grigoriou Monastery
beautiful monasteries

This
monastery can be found on the South-West slope of Mount Athos in
Greece. It is dedicated to Saint Nicholas. Built during the 14th
century, it is considered as one of the most well organized cenobitic
monasteries. It usually serves as a home for about 70 monks. In 1779,
its walls were built and decorated.
 
Yumbulagang Monastery
beautiful monasteries

This
beautiful monastery can be found perched on a small hill, 9 km south of
Tsetang, Tibet. Yumbulagang, in Tibetan dialect means ‘Palace of mother
and son’. The monastery was built over 2000 years ago, destroyed and
rebuilt. The walls of this extraordinary monastery are adorned and
painted with murals of the early history of Tibet.
 
beautiful monasteries
 
Tibet Potala Palace
beautiful monasteries

The
Potala Palace is located on the Marpo Ri Hill, Tibet Another amazing
monastery from Tibet, the Potala palace perches over 130 meters above
the Lhasa Valley, and rises another 170 meters on top of that. It is the
most monumental structure in all of Tibet. In ancient legends, there is
a sacred cave inside the palace which was used as a meditation retreat
by the emperor during the 7th century AD.
 
 
beautiful monasteries

 
beautiful monasteries

 
Tiger’s Nest Monastery
beautiful monasteries

You’ll
have to look way, way up to find this monastery, as it’s located about
3000 meters off the ground, on a high cliff in Paro Valley, Bhutan. This
is perhaps the most famous monastery in Bhutan. Hanging off a
precipitous cliff at 3,120 meters (10,240 ft), about 900 meters (3,000
ft) above the Paro valley, The name ‘Tiger’s Nest’ came from a legend
that a famous guru once flew over the Himalaya on the back of a tigress
during the 7th century. He then proceeded to meditate in a cave for 3
months before leaving. This cave is where the monastery was built, and
is said to be the origin of Buddhism in Bhutan. 
 
beautiful monasteries

 
Kye Monastery
beautiful monasteries

Another
monastery built close to the sky, this structure sits at an altitude of
4,116 meters (13,500 feet), in Spiti Valley, India. Dating back to 1000
AD, This is a very popular religious destination for Buddhists. During
its 1000 years, it has seen many attacks, (mostly by Mongols) but
survived them all. 
 
beautiful monasteries

 
Madonna Del Sasso Monastery
beautiful monasteries

This
beautiful renaissance-style monastery can be found in Locarno,
Switzerland, where it brightens the view of anyone visiting the town. It
was consecrated in 1487 on the spot where, legends say, the Holy Virgin
appeared before Brother Bartholomeo of the San Francesco Monastery 7
years previous. 
 
beautiful monasteries

 
Monastery of St. Martin
beautiful monasteries

This
monastery lies in the South of France, on Canigou Mountain (near the
Spanish border). This is one of the most incredible monuments in the
area and has a history that goes back to the middle ages, the 11th
century, to be exact. It was built by the Count of Cerdanya as atonement
for the murder of his own son. The monastery has been traditionally
housed with Benedicitine monks. 
 
beautiful monasteries

 
Hozoviotissa Monastery, Amorgos
beautiful monasteries

To
see this white and mysterious monastery, you will need to travel to the
isles of Amorgos, in Greece. This beautiful island is the home of this
famous monastery, built in the 11th century as an ode to the beauty of
Panagia - the Virgin Mary, who is also the protector of this island. 
 
beautiful monasteries

 
beautiful monasteries

Bringing Nature to Life…

Take
a deep breath and relax… Listen to the music while slowly scrolling
down these photos of gentle movement in the world. Pick one and stare
for a minute. Notice your breathing becoming easier, your head getting
quieter, and your mood lifting. Enjoy this quiet moment whenever you
need it.

 

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Easy Stomach Crunch Exercises

During
the summer when inclemet weather is upon us, it’s easy to stay home and
become lazy, letting our stomach grow. But with back aches, cramps, leg
and joint pain, making that belly bigger can be very uncomfortable.
Here are some exercises that are not only easy and simple, but can be
done inside the house so as to keep your belly tight and your health
problems down. Do it to reduce back pain, reduce belly fat, tighten your
belly muscles, and avoid joint pain. 

Pick a few to do for 20 minutes each day, and you’ll be feeling a lot better once summer turns up again!

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Power strengthening of the Stomach

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CO IBNTIP I919686577301
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Mathialagn919843265991
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Pradeep919003147928
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Prema919740056087
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Rajshree919840022943
Ramesh UPS919845658199
Sainath919611398004
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