Way back, some 40 years ago, an Indian Judge was visiting Dallas, Texas. He shocked me with his views on death penalty. I can never forget that. He and I are made from the same “mitti” but yet, we are so far apart.
Now, if the Karnataka high court judges go against the constitution, and decide that individuals cannot have the liberty anymore, that they cannot have the freedom to eat, drink or wear in the pursuit of their happiness. Watch it, the ugly BJP will come after you and take your liberties, even if you are a Hindu.
What does it prove?
It proves that the Indians don’t understand liberty and freedom. Even the Indian Americans who have lived here for over Ten years are clueless. I’ve been a part of many Indian groups and it saddens me to see my fellow Indian Americans support the terrorist organizations like BJP, RSS and their oppressive ideology that matches ISIS and Taliban. They are hell bent on ridding Christians and Muslims from India, or reduce them to second class citizens.
Indian Courts and judges need to study the solid, sacred constitution of the United States that values human rights and religious freedom, and keep our motherland on pedestal.
I urge the Indian Americans to be truly Americans and learn about freedom.
Today is the world day of social justice, and I am pleased to share a message.
I am Mike Ghouse with the Center for Pluralism standing in front of the United States Supreme Court, the upholder of justice and the leader in a strong constitution that other nations can follow. We are about individual liberties, social justice, freedom, and the rule of law.
Here is our immortal Declaration of Independence.
“We hold truths that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Here is a short video:
Dr. Mike Ghouse is a speaker, thinker, author, community consultant, pluralist, activist, newsmaker, and interfaith wedding officiant. Mike is deeply committed to Pluralism in Religion, Politics, Societies, and the workplace. He is an activist for Human Rights and freedom. He has dedicated his life to building a cohesive America and offers pluralistic solutions to the media and the policymakers on issues of the day. Everything about him is at www.TheGhousediary.com