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British sailors in Indian stinking jails!

 

 

British sailors in Indian stinking jails!

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VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS

 

 

 

 

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Aug 2016

British sailors in Indian stinking jails!

 

This was part of my posting on Telegraph.UK blogsite. However, later the blogsite was taken down by Telegraph.

 

A group of British sailors/veterans are in an Indian jail. I do not know if they have been freed, as yet. This news came to my attentions a couple of months back, even though they have been in jail for a few years now.

 

This was a news, which I had been expecting for quite some time. In fact, when the BPO revolution commenced, I had the gut feeling that these kinds of happening are in the offing.

 

‘India’ cannot be understood from pristine-English, and ‘Indians’ also cannot be understood from pristine-English. It would like one animal trying to understand another animal, whose basic mental triggers are not clear or understandable to the first animal. So much is the difference. What comes into English as ‘India’, ‘Indians’, ‘Indian entrepreneurship’ etc. are mere translated-into-English versions, in which most of the Satanism remains hidden in translation.

 

The very fact that Indian languages have a very evil feudal structure by which human beings can be literally flipped from a height to a stinking depth by means of a single word cannot be understood in English at all. No academic studies have been able to mention this. Even when it is mentioned, those who know it simply make fun of the contentions and lead the theme astray into disarray.

 

The total fault is with Clement Atlee and his insane coterie who destroyed the aspirations of millions of peoples in the Indian subcontinent, when he handed them into the enslavement and indoctrination of traditional overlords, from whom they have had around 150 years of escape.

 

What has happened to the British sailors have to be explained. It requires some background information.

 

QUOTE from TELEGRAPH: British sailors given India jail time for weapons charges on anti-piracy mission

From my own life experience

 

I can mention something from my own experiences. I started by schooling in a Cambridge-University certification school (I think), wherein initially the teachers and priests were more or less Anglo-Indians of the English variety. (There is the Indian variety of Anglo-Indians also. The first version has vanished from India now). However, after around after around one and half years of such schooling, the Anglo-Indian group vanished and a native converted-to-Christian priests took over the management.

 

It was now a different world. The earlier one was quite decent, and polite, with no vernacular, and totally absent of vernacular pejoratives for the words You, He, His, Him etc. [Nee, Avan, Aval]

At the same time, the native converted-to-Christian priests, even though they understood English, were more at home in using vernacular pejoratives for the words You, He, His, Him etc. When these words are used, the children naturally went into a pose of lower class people, who need to exhibit consistent homage and obeisance to the teaching staff and to the priests.

 

This is one background.

 

The second background

 

The second is that I was shifted into a local school in my fifth class in another far off local. For the first time, I got to experience the vernacular teaching quality. The teachers were rude and used terrible expletives and pejorative words in the local vernacular to the students. However, these are not profanities. Words like Nee, Avan, Aval, Eda, Edi, Enthada, Enthadi etc. were freely used to the students, who were used to such words from the very beginning of their schooling. They had no complaints. In fact, the more they were thus addressed, the more they obsequious they became.

 

However, I did notice that my natural mien of standing straight and answering irascible questions of the teachers, which were not aimed at yielding answers, but more for establishing a mood of dominance, was heartily disliked by the teachers. When others stood with a bowed demeanour, smiling shyly at idiotic and taunting questions by the dull-brained teachers, I would look straight with more or less the instinctive expression that the questions were not correct.

 

I got my first terrific beating in my eight class, when a drunkard teacher came into the room in a shouting mood and shouted out a query. I did not understand that he was not expecting an answer to the query. Since it was a query, I got up and answered. Seeing the utter foolishness of my act, all the students laughed. The ‘teacher’ went into an insane mood. Send for a cane, and in front of all the other gave me a terrific thrashing. Till this date, no sane explanation for this act can be found from an English perspective. However, in the vernacular feudal languages, there are various hidden codes of ‘respect’ and disdain to be enforced.

 

In my ninth class, I was admitted in another far off location, due to the shift of my household. I was sitting in the class and reading a book. I did not notice the teaching coming in. When he came in, everyone got up in the automated manner, to exhibit feudal respect. This ‘respect’ is linked to many words in the social communication. A lack of this ‘respect’ is connected to other groups of words at the lower level.

 

The teacher sat down, and called me. Thinking that there was something special he wanted to tell me, I made haste to go to him. When I reached him, he caught me by my ears, and slapped me on both sides of my face, in a terrible manner. As if he had gone insane.

 

Even though, these are the only occasions I remember being beaten or slapped in my schooling days, all of them were done by teachers in a mood literally near to homicidal mania.

 

However, I did notice that some of the teachers quite frankly disliked me for a demeanour that did not match the common facial expression of the other students. I remember one occasion, wherein I was sent for a private tuition to one of the school teacher’s home. Seeing me, he was literally dismayed. He said, ‘I did not know it was you.’ However, he was good in English, and he was quite nice. Later he told me, ‘I heard that you are terrible. You are nothing like that’.

 

At an Indian police station

 

Later, in my life when I lived in various places, once, I was asked by a relative to accompany him to the local police station. He wanted me to drive his vehicle. When we reached the police station, he asked me to go inside with him. He had given a police complaint against one staff of his.

 

At the police station, his staff member against whom he had made the complaint, had come with a small-time politician, of one of the state ruling parties. So his side had a powerful platform.

 

The politician stood in a mood of nonchalance. He extruded the mood that all he needed to kick the police official out of the location was just a phone call from him to the state committee of his party.

 

I was not a party to the case. Even then I took a slight pose of obsequiousness to the police ‘officer’. In many ways this was not enough. For one thing, the English language in my brain was one culprit. It always stood as a hindrance to me exhibiting a pose of servitude. Second was that one of my parents being a retired senior government official also did give a perspective of looking down at small-time officials.

 

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British sailors in Indian stinking jails!

A group of British sailors/veterans are in an Indian jail. I do not know if they have been freed, as yet. This news came to my attentions a couple of months back, even though they have been in jail for a few years now. This was a news, which I had been expecting for quite some time. In fact, when the BPO revolution commenced, I had the gut feeling that these kinds of happening are in the offing. ‘India’ cannot be understood from pristine-English, and ‘Indians’ also cannot be understood from pristine-English. It would like one animal trying to understand another animal, whose basic mental triggers are not clear or understandable to the first animal. So much is the difference. What comes into English as ‘India’, ‘Indians’, ‘Indian entrepreneurship’ etc. are mere translated-into-English versions, in which most of the Satanism remains hidden in translation. The very fact that Indian languages have a very evil feudal structure by which human beings can be literally flipped from a height to a stinking depth by means of a single word cannot be understood in English at all. No academic studies have been able to mention this. Even when it is mentioned, those who know it simply make fun of the contentions and lead the theme astray into disarray.

  • ISBN: 9781370822331
  • Author: VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS
  • Published: 2016-08-28 17:05:09
  • Words: 5781
British sailors in Indian stinking jails! British sailors in Indian stinking jails!