Hindutva groups are meeting Zionist organizations to learn about strategies to advance religious nationalist agendas and suppress any criticism of their political movements.
These U.S.-based groups have helped strengthen India-Israel ties and propagate the notion that Hindu and Jewish Americans are victims of a common enemy defined as “Islamic terrorism,” for example, through organizations such as Democracies against Terror which is an alliance of Zionist and Hindutva activists based in Fremont, Calif.
In response to the linked article: India Loses Her Palestinian Heart and Gains a Calculating Israeli Mind
The problem with this type of thinking is that eventually, the practicing Jewish and Hindus will be met with a logical argument about their respective fundamental beliefs. The Jews believe in monotheism, as do Muslims and Christians. Hindus believe in polytheism, a clear antithesis to all three of the Abrahamic faiths.
Since there is a posturing by the Zionists and Evangelical Christians to set up the stage for the ‘end of time,’ then this political move will speak volumes as to which side each group is expected to be on. If the belief is that during Armageddon, there will be a war against the non-believers; the polytheistic Hindus, would clearly be amongst those on the side against the God of the Christians, Jews and Muslims-at least in theory. Correct?
This alliance may be what causes the true-believing Christians and Jews will gain faith and shift their loyalties in greater mass away from the pro-Zionist, pro-nationalist cause. Then those racing up to this expected phase in God’s plan will start to realize the earthly plan may not be in accordance to what each respective religious group believes its respective God wants. And if these groups are desiring to move collectively with their religious-nationalist agendas; then why is it bad for Muslims to discuss the same in political discourse without being labeled as Islamo-Fascist? Why would the U.S. support this non-secular position unless it is somehow blackmailed into doing so?
This agenda does not bode well for the world in general. Israel has a present stockpile of nuclear weapons without complying to the same standards countries that don’t have nuclear weapons do comply with. But now the U.S. and Israel are supporting India’s right to seek out such weapons. That fact alone should bring alarm to all countries around the world – especially Pakistan, Iran and countries with significant Muslim populations – that there is a far greater sense of geopolitical hypocrisy that may just blow up in the very faces of those creating this mess.
Unfortunately, most countries in the game tend to believe that their agenda is well in-line with God’s plan, even if it is contrary to what God Himself has directed them, according to their own respective scriptures.