Monday, April 24, 2017
KCR's flunkie.... Brother. We are unable to repair potholes on roads of Hyderabad. Howcan we make Hyderabad Singapore city
KCR. Fool. Even if we are unable to jump to reach a loft in our house we must boast that we could jump to reach heavens. Understand! Idiot. You appear to be a big fool
Kurt Gerstein (11 August 1905 – 25 July 1945) was a German SS officer and member of the Institute for Hygiene of the Waffen-SS and Head of Technical Disinfection Services. He witnessed mass murders in the Nazi extermination camps Belzec and Treblinka. He gave information to the Swedish diplomat Göran von Otter, as well as to members of the Roman Catholic Church with contacts to Pope Pius XII, in an effort to inform the international public about the Holocaust. In 1945, following his surrender, he wrote the Gerstein Report covering his experience of the Holocaust. He died, an alleged suicide, while in French custody.
Sunday, April 23, 2017
Kurt Eberhard (September 12, 1874, Rottweil – September 8, 1947, Stuttgart) was a German officer. He rose to the rank of Brigadeführer of the SS and in the German army. During World War II Eberhard was given the command over the occupied city of Kiev in Ukraine.He was involved in planning and supervising the Babi Yar massacres during which from 100,000 to 150,000 people were murdered. He was captured by US authorities after the end of World War II, in November 1945, and kept in captivity in Stuttgart. He committed suicide on September 8, 1947.
Saturday, April 22, 2017
INTO THE PAST WITH PAIN... 337
Dr K Prabhakar Rao
(Gandhi, Patel and Nehru are seen approaching Raigarh fort entrance.. )
Gandhi. Patel. Have you seen Raigad fort earlier?
Patel. No Bapu, I had no chance to visit.
Gandhi. I was put in jail at Yerwada during freedom struggle. We were not allowed to go anywhere.
Nehru. Bapu. Prison means you are not allowed to go anywhere. You are not a guest there.
Gandhi. Dear I know that. I also did law in England. I was a barrister too. I know at least that much
Nehru. Sorry Bapu. I did not mean any thing
Gandhi. OK . Ok It happens some time.
Patel. Bapu, What are we dong here now inthis remote place?
Gandhi. I want to have Darshan of Shivaji maharaj
Nehru. Why bapu. Suddenly you remember Shivaji maharaj
Gandhi.I feel what we need today is a guy like Shivaji maharaj
Patel.Dont you think we have a better leader in India now
Gandhi. I reserve my comments
Nehru. Why Bapu, You must be happy that congress party has been overthrown lock stock and barrel.
Gandhi. I am neither happy nor sad.
Patel. Bapu, You can not be non committal.
Gandhi. It is my way.
Patel. Bapu, You know Non aligned movement pioneered by Nehru sahib with Marshal Tito,Colonel Gamal Abdel Nasser, President Sukarno, was dubbed by Americans as immoral.
Gandhi. I know it
Nehru. I also know it. It is their view.
Patel. American view has great value in world. It wants every country to be aligned in some way or other
Nehru. Bapu, Why dig graves? We came here to see something
Gandhi. Yeah. True . Where are we know?
Patel. We are at the entrance gate of Raigad fort.
Gandhi. Let us go inside.
( They enter the entrance of the Fort. The fort looks fearsome with lot of trees around with worn out stone walls , towers typically built.. Here and there some birds are hopping)
Gandhi. I want to see statue of maharaj Shivaji
( As they climb some stairs, they come to a high ground where they find a large statue of Shivaji maharaj seated on a throne. He is holding a sheathed sword Bhavani and majestically sitting in regal attire and Turban. The trio bow to the statue and pay respects.
Gandhi. Look. The statue is majestic
Gandhi. Why the statue is not protected from sun and rain. They should have provided a canopy befitting his status.
Patel. Bapu.This fort was much neglected. With great difficulty they improved the state. In fact after independence no one bothered to take care of our heritage sites
Gandhi. Where is the time for them? Rulers were busy consolidating their power and dynasties.
Nehru. Bapu, Are you hinting at me?
Gandhi. Why should I do that? Do you think I have no other work than this?
Nehru. Sorry Bapu.
(Suddenly they observe dark clouds enveloping the fort and surroundings. Soon the place gets dark. Some lightening also takes place with thunder too. A large flash of lightening illuminates the statue. They see some movement at statue)
Patel. It looks Maharaj (king ) has arrived.
Gandhi. I also think same
Nehru. How can it be? He was dead long ago.
(Some foot steps are heard and a voice is heard)
Voice. Who are you guys here in this dark night? Why you came here?
Patel. Sir, we are visitors. We came to see the Chatrapathi( King of kings)
(The statue comes to life suddenly and occasional flashes lighten up the statue)
Shivaji. Look guys. Are you treasure diggers?
Gandhi. No sir. We are simple people and fought for freedom of India .
Shivaji. What is this? Why you fought for freedom? It means the country was enslaved.
Gandhi. True Maharaj. The nation was enslaved by the Englishmen.
Shivaji( Angrily). How dare they are!.
( He draws and raises his sword and looks at the sky and declared in thunderous voice)
How bad the country was enslaved
Oh mother! give me life again
I shall cut the enemy men like carrots and bean
I shall speak only truth simple and plain
Patel.Sir. You need not worry. They have gone away and we are a free nation again.
Shivaji. Good.When was the war fought with them?
Patel. Sir. There was no war. It was not an armed clash with enemy
Shivaji. Then what was it? Was it a magic?
Patel. We fought with method of Satyagraha and non co operation
Shivaji. Did they leave so easily by your methods?
Gandhi. It was not that easy. It was almost a battle of 50 years.
Shivaji. That means there was no bloodshed.
Patel. There was of course bloodshed after freedom was granted
Shivaji. Why? Where was the need?
Gandhi. The country was divided into Pakistan and India. Pakistan was granted to Muslims as they were agitating for a separate nation. Areas with more Muslim population were formed into Pakistan
Shivaji. But this country was one and Muslims came from outside and settled and grew in numbers
Patel. Sad part is that Muslims staying in Hindu majority areas who voted for a separate Muslim nation stayed back and did not migrate. During transfer of populations between the two nations violence broke out and millions perished in communal riots on both sides of the border.
Shivaji. How sad. But why you allowed them to stay back in this country. Whose Idea it was
Gandhi. For me both Hindus and Muslims are like my two eyes. I wanted India to be a secular state.
Patel. Maharaj, I desired that those Muslims who stayed back in India can not have dual loyalties. No one bothered for me.
Shivaji. It was the gravest mistake done by the leaders of this country who led the agitation for freedom
Gandhi. What can I say now? Past is past.
Shivaji. So You have to suffer.
Patel. Yes maharaj, We are suffering even after 65 years of independence
Shivaji. Why cry now after doing the great damage to this country.
( The trio keeps mum)
Shivaji. Look guys, Do not get surprised if demand for further division picks up based on religion.
Patel. Maharaj , Already Kashmir is a great problem. There are plenty of minorities there who are spearheading agitation for a separate Kashmir nation. Pakistan is conniving with them.
Shivaji. Are you keeping quiet?
Patel. No Our army and paramilitary forces are fighting the separatist and terrorists since 1989. We fought three wars with Pakistan over Kashmir issue. We won in all wars. But there was no solution.
Shivaji. You guys have not fought the wars to the end for a solution.
Patel. True sir, Caring for a world opinion we had to call off wars.
Shivaji. Are you wise now? Your ill decisions have complicated the matter and you are running from pillar to post.You guys you must be knowing how I fought the powerful Aurangzeb
Gandhi. We know. But times have changed maharaj.
Shivaji. So suffer. National problems must be solved at once instead of postponing. No one is going to solve your problem. You have to solve your own.
Gandhi. True maharaj. We are at fault.
Shivaji. Remorse will not help you. The country must act and get rid off Kashmir problem once for all.Now go back and do as I said. When you fight your next war, let it be the final one. You must liberate occupied Kashmir from Pakistan and crush it once for all. The war should not be a Diwali cracker display . Better understand well. Now you may go.
( There is a great thunder and flash and Shivaji turns into a statue as usual.)
Gandhi. Oh, What a person. He took out air from us
Patel.Bapu, Unless we do as told by the Maharaj, there is no salvation to India. Better we be on this job. Let us go
Nehru ( shivering ) Let us go. I am much scared to be here
Gandhi. Let us go
( The trio starts going down the hill fort singing Ramdhun)
Friday, April 21, 2017
Naresh to Professor.... Sir .. Look our swatchh bharat ( Clean bharat). Look at the factory smoke, Look
at the scavenging lorry Taking away filth also emanating high density smoke and dropping filth on road.
Professor.. Haa..haaa That is India... hee...heeee Look otherway or else your brain gets
Gustav Simon (2 August 1900, Saarbrücken – 18 December 1945, Paderborn)was, as the Nazi Gauleiter in the Moselland Gau from 1940 until 1944, the Chief of the Civil Administration in Luxembourg, which was occupied at that time by Nazi Germany...""."When the war ended, Simon went into hiding using his mother's maiden name in Upsprunge, a community in Salzkotten, Westphalia, where he posed as a gardener. On Dec. 10, 1945, he was seized by Captain Hanns Alexander and local soldiers and taken to a British Army prison in Paderbon
Following his death on Dec. 18, 1945, several contradictory rumors persisted about the place and the circumstances of Simon's end. The stories, however, can be grouped into two fundamental versions. The official version has it that Simon died in Paderborn, as the registry office there put on the death certificate. Simon is said to have hanged himself shortly before he was to have been handed over to Luxembourg. It does stand out, though, that the registration number 66/1946 was only written in February 1946, some two months after the date of Simon's death.The second, unofficial version has it that Simon died in Luxembourg. After the British Occupation Administration agreed to hand him over, he was to have been taken by car by two Luxembourgers from Paderborn to the Luxembourgish capital (also called Luxembourg) so that he could be brought to book before a court there. Shortly before reaching Luxembourg, at Waldhaff, there was an incident provoked by Simon in which he was killed. Simon's body was nonetheless taken to the prison in Grund, a neighbourhood in the capital, where it was photographed by the press, and then in the end buried. His premature death thwarted any trial. To suppress the whole business, the media, among them the agency DANA (Deutsch-Amerikanische Nachrichtenagentur) and the Tageblatt, were furnished with information by the British Captain Hanns Alexander, about the "suicide in Paderborn".Thomas Harding revealed that his great-uncle was believed by his family to have been involved in the murder: "Gustav Simon had been alive when Hanns picked him up from Paderborn prison, and that he did not hang himself, as Hanns had written in his field report. Instead, Hanns had then been joined by seven Luxembourg partisans, Captain Leone Muller among them, taken Simon to a forest outside of Paderborn and executed him. Having sworn an oath never to reveal what took place, Hanns was alleged to have covered up the murder, presenting the 'official version' at the press conference the next day in Luxembourg. This alternative account is bolstered by various inconsistencies with the official version: why, for instance, if Simon had committed suicide in prison on 18 December 1945, was a death certificate not issued until 8 February 1946, a full two months after his death? Equally, how could a man who was 1.6m high possibly hang himself from a bedpost that was 1.4m high? Even if such a feat was technically possible, how could the guard posted outside his door on suicide watch, for twenty-four hours a day, not have noticed what was taking place inside the cell? Finally, if the suicide had taken place, why had so many people come forward saying that the official version was untrue? According to this 'unofficial account', the murder was motivated either by Luxembourg collaborators, who did not want Simon to reveal their identities in court, or by partisans, angry at Simon's treatment of the Luxembourg nationalists and Jews."
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Cow............ Sir, Do you have a degree? Have you passed all subjects? Or did you pass with concession of
two subjects. Where you have studied?
CM. Shh.. What is there? We shall break it in a flick.In its place we shall build great towers. Break
it, demolish it, pull it off, push it off, cut it off, throw it down, burn it, blow it off, bend it,
destroy it, crush it, demolish it, pound it, haaa...haaaaa
Edmund Glaise-Horstenau (also known as Edmund Glaise von Horstenau; 27 February 1882 – 20 July 1946) was an Austrian officer in the Bundesheer, last Vice-Chancellor of Austria before the 1938 Anschluss, and general in the German Wehrmacht during the Second World War.
Glaise-Horstenau was the serious critic of atrocities on popu;lation by Nazis and same was conveyed to higherups that was disliked.This resulted in differences with higherups frequently and was seen as undesirable and a misfit. He fell from grace and in the eyes of hitler. He was then passed into Führer-Reserve and entrusted with the obscure task of Military Historian of the South East until his capture by the US Army on 5 May 1945. Fearing extradition to Yugoslavia, he committed suicide at Langwasser military camp near Nuremberg, Germany, on 20 July 1946.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Thilo joined the Nazi party in December 1930 and the SS in 1934. Hev was SS officer and a physician.From 1938 to 1941 he worked as a gynaecologist for the Lebensborn organization. After six months of war service he was assigned to the Auschwitz concentration camp in July 1942. There he became responsible for the infirmary camp with the rank of Obersturmführer.Thilo called the camp the "anus mundi" ("anus of the world").He was one of the physicians commonly performing the "selections" in which incoming Jews were divided into those deemed able to work and those who were to be gassed immediately.Thilo also participated in the liquidation of the Theresienstadt family camp on March 8, 1944, when 3,791 Jews were murdered in the gas chambers.In Oct 1944 he was transferred to gross Rosen camp where he served up to , Feb 1945. After the war he fled the camp before it was liberated. However he was captured by allies and he he committed suicide in prison.