With respect to my previous post some people asked me where was my nazakat and nafasat ( sophistication and khoobsoorati ) when I called 90% Indians with heads full of 'gobar' ( cow dung ) and 'bhoosa' ( straw ) instead of brains ?
My reply is this : though ordinarily one should use cultured and sophisticated language, certain situations require harsh and crude language.
It is because I love Indians that I use harsh language, not because I hate them or look down on them. The truth is that today Indians are still very backward, their minds full of casteism, communalism and superstitions. As long as they are mentally backward they will remain poor, and the worst thing in life is poverty. It is because I want Indians to cease to be mentally backward that I use harsh language.
I wish to abolish poverty and make India a prosperous country, with its people enjoying a high standard of living. But for that the mindset of Indians must be changed, and made rational and scientific. T'his cannot be done by 'nazakat' and 'nafasat', but by delivering hard knocks on their heads, so that they come out of their stupor, and realize the truth.