COMMEMORATING THE DEAD
At a small town in England there was a gathering of town councillors and locals to commemorate THE Jews killed during World War 2 and the 70th anniversary of THE liberation of Auschwitz Concentration Camp in 1945.
After the prayers were said and speeches held a child asked his father, “Dad, you speak of many massacres of Hindus in India but why is there no such commemoration?
The father replied, “Son, only those who are brave and honourable commemorate their dead. The rest forget them as if they were cattle.”
THOSE WHO COMMEMORATE THE DEAD, SAY, "NEVER AGAIN! AND WE WILL NEVER FORGET."
BUT THOSE WHO DON'T COMMEMORATE THEIR DEAD, CRY OUT DEAFENINGLY LOUD AND CLEAR, "WE HAVE NOT HAD ENOUGHT OF BEATING AND THRASHING, KILLING AND RAPING. PLEASE COME BACK AGAIN AND NEXT TIME SLAUGHTER AND RAPE MORE OF US. WE WILL FORGET IT IN ONE SECOND LIKE THE PARTITION OF INDIA IN 1947. WE NEITHER COMMEMORATE THE DEATH OF "AKHAND BHARAT" NOR OF THE 70 MILLONS HINDUS DEAD SINCE THE FIRST MOHAMMED SET FOOT ON OUR SOIL IN 712 AD."