THE CAMPAIGN TO STOP FUNDING HATE
An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it........... Constant development is the law of life, and a man who always tries to maintain his dogmas in order to appear consistent drives himself into a false position........... First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. - Mahatma Gandhi

 

 


4 March, 2003 The Asymmetries of Communalism. Is the Campaign 'selectively targeting' majority communalism? This issue is addressed in three parts: Hindu majoritarian communalism poses the greatest threat to puralism and secularism in India, functions through and with the apparatus of the state, and expresses itself in terms of 'Hindu nationalism' with an organizational reach and political ambition that are of an entirely different magnitude compared to minority communal movements.

14 February, 2003 Is curtailing funding of hatred resulting in denial of development for the needy? A consideration of the deceptive 'trickle down development' argument used in defence of the IDRF.

10 February, 2003 In response to questions on how the campaign serves the cause of stopping hate at the ground level, why funding the RSS is a bad idea even if small amounts trickle to the ground, and whether the Campaign is merely 'Sangh Baiting?'

2 February, 2003 Campaign Responds to supporters Concerns. In response to constructive reflections provided by hundreds of supporters, the Campaign poses the critical question: What should be done if criticizing Hindutva has the inevitable and immediate consequence of helping it consolidate its position?

28 January, 2003 Consider this considered. An analysis of the pro-IDRF "report" titled 'Consider This.'

12 December, 2003 Campaign responds to IDRF's rebuttal of the Foreign Exchange of Hate Report.

 

 

 


 

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