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Hindus Prayed For Trump Win

For the first time, the second largest community in the US has proved its power to help America and choose a President that is good for their country

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There was no holds bar vicious campaign against Donald Trump. A section of Indian media and intellectuals were trying to save America from Trump as if their sacred duty to save earth. For them, US elections became a chance to prove their secular credentials and with the hate of Gujarat's anti- Modi tirade, based on falsehood and trivia, Trump was trashed and finally declared as -definitely defeated. These were the columnists who acted as if they really belonged to the America but are in India by chance to perform their duty towards their dreamland.

All of them received an American reply- strong and an unsparing slap.

On the contrary the Hindus in America were very clear in their mind and knew who would be good for them and to their Punya- Bhumi- Bharat. The Clintons were traditionally pro-Pakistan, apologists to terrorism and had no empathy with the terrorism stricken India. The very first time anyone used the word- Hindu militants reflecting a nauseating hate for the Hindus was Bill Clinton when he wrote a preface to Madeline Albright's book "The Mighty and the Almighty: Reflections on America, God, and World Affairs."

Clinton campaign was on the predictable lines of the so called secular Indian news channels- pro-Arab, soft on terror, hateful to the Indian ethos of peace and pluralism, and silent on Pakistan's mischievous sponsorship of terrorism against India. For Clintons India never mattered.

When Hindus in America organised a programme for Trump, it began with an action-packed thriller- where camel ridding Arab terrorists were targeting the innocent women and children and they were overpowered by the American soldiers and in the end the American flag fluttered making everyone feel elated and happiest. That's what Trump will do to eliminate the terrorism, the audience said.

This was an event to help Hindus in Bangladesh and India's Kashmir, all victims of an Islamic terrorism. The organiser of the show- Shalabh Kumar, the founding chairman of the Republican Hindu Coalition, helped a couple of Indian journalists, some of them belonging to the same hateful group against Hindus, to interview Trump and they were all stunned to hear and mocked at Trump for uttering the word Hindu. "Why not Indians, one of them notorious for his coloured reporting asked him. I saw the reporting of this show in Indian newspapers- not a single English language newspaper reported that the gala event was organised to help Hindus in India's Kashmir and Bangladesh.

This was the event that made Hindu voters in America to support Trump.

Hindus were clear that the one who shows an undiluted commitment to end terrorism and an open hearted approach to work with India can alone be their candidate and not those who are campaigning with suspect motives and a proven sympathy for Pakistan.

For the first time, the second largest community in the US has proved its power to help America and chose a President that's good for their country. It's good for India and it makes Indians feel good. Saba Saath- Sabka Vikas- Modi magic has inspired Americans to elect a President they loved.

Viva America and Jai Hind!

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Tarun Vijay

The author is an Indian author, thinker, social worker, journalist, and parliamentarian. He was the editor of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) weekly in Hindi, Panchajanya, from 1986 to February 2008.

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