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July 26, 2011 / indian

Norwegian killer Anders Behring Breivik supports Saffron Terrorism

The manifesto appeared on line yesterday 

About Brahmin nationalism he writes:

Saffronisation is a political neologism (after the saffron robes of the Brahmin clerics), used to refer to the policy of right-wing Brahmin nationalism (or Hindutva) which seeks to make the Indian state into a “Hindu nation” . These nationalist movements are also called Sanatana Dharma movements(untouchability, caste rule etc….)A related term, the Saffron Brigade, is used as a descriptor of people and organisations in India that promote Hindu nationalism such as the Sangh Parivar by their critics, who allege a militant Hindu agenda. The Sanatana Dharma movements or Brahmin nationalists in general are suffering from the same persecution by the Indian cultural Marxists as their European cousins. ………Marxists bring equal status for low caste peoples. 

The only positive thing about the Brahmin right wing is that they dominate the streets. They do not tolerate the muslims (in politics and high economy) and often riot and attack Muslims when things get out of control. This behaviour is nonetheless counterproductive. Because instead of attacking the Muslims they should target the category A and B traitors in India and consolidate military cells and actively seek the overthrow of the cultural Marxist government.
India will continue to wither and die unless the Brahmin nationalists consolidate properly and strike to win. It is essential that the European and Indian resistance movements learn from each other and cooperate as much as possible. Our goals are more or less identical.
The PCCTS, Knights Templar support the Sanatana Dharma movements and Indian nationalists in general.

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