Obama’s commitment to a new chapter between India and USA flows from the deep friendship between its people ~ completely Modi-fied.
~ Upananda Brahmachari.
The perplexed Indian media and Morons in Indian Congress Party started an uproar catching some points of Obama’s speech in Siri Fort Auditorium. Rather, they are willfully failed to understand a completely Modi-fied speech of Mr President Barack Obama of USA, otherwise they are disturbed enough by the speech and engaged in a crisis management from a spate of fresh PM Modi wave as originated by Mr Obama.
The marred media and shrunk political interpreters wanted to surface that the Siri Fort speech actually hurled against Modi and the Sangha Parivar engaged in Gharwapsi etc. But actually, they have not any other way to catch the last straw of misinterpretation as the speech of Mr Obama goes in the line of Modi, adherent to ancient values of Upanishad, lights of Hinduism and Yoga as preached by Swami Vivekananda, non-violence of Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr., the power of Indian youth and women and obviously an impeccable India as Viswa Guru (World Teacher).
Obama’s wisdom adorns PM Modi with the Majority power of tolerance and dejected the minority of intolerance. The much surfacing of ‘India will succeed so long as it is not splintered on religious lines’ was not meant for any ‘Gharwapsi’ or ‘Reconversion’, but it was delivered by Obama in the context of an attack on a Sikh temple in Wisconsin (US) by a fanatic terrorist, three years back. So, this was Obama’s message to the citizen of India to combat terrorism as an important task for advancement.
Media moron and Congress crisis mangers all on a sudden jumped into the conversion-reconversion issue after grabbing Obama’s quotation ‘India will succeed so long as it is not splintered on religious lines’, very ridiculously.
We find a very open Obama in Siri Fort where he wanted to win the hearts of majority people by saying that he and her wife are practicing Christians and he does not practice Islam anyway. Moreover, they are trying to elevate themselves from the level of ‘tolerance’ to the higher plane of ‘acceptance’ of ‘Diwali’, ‘Indian Culture’, ‘Light of Truth’, ‘The peace we seek in the world begins in human hearts’ and obviously ‘We believe in the people of India’.
This committal from Mr Barack Obama assures the billion of Indians that US citizens never believe in the people in favour of 9/11 or 26/11 and the people creating Jihad in US, France, Britain, Australia and even in India. The message is very clear.
We must thank President of US, Mr Barrack Obama for his submission to the truth and his inner awakening with the renewed friendship with Indian people (Do you know, how many Muslims attended in Siri Fort? or How many Indian Muslims support Obama?) and obviously with that banned man in USA for a long time, Mr. Narendra Damodardas Modi.
To us, it is easy to see Obama’s speech as a worship of India to save Humanity with the genuine effort of Indo-US joint mission. Some 15 quotes of Mr. Obama as produced below seriatim which may start a new quest of India as No. 1. World power. This recognition starts a new era of India for rendering its supreme role in Global Empowerment towards ultimate peace and advancement.
- I believe that the relationship between India and the United States can be one of the defining partnerships of this century. When I spoke to your Parliament on my last visit, I laid out my vision for how our two nations can build that partnership. And today, I want to speak directly to you — the people of India — about what I believe we can achieve together.
- More than 100 years ago, America welcomed a son of India — Swami Vivekananda. And Swami Vivekananda, he helped bring Hinduism and yoga to our country. And he came to my hometown of Chicago. And there, at a great gathering of religious leaders, he spoke of his faith and the divinity in every soul, and the purity of love. And he began his speech with a simple greeting: “Sisters and brothers of America.”
- So today, let me say: Sisters and brothers of India —- my confidence in what our nations can achieve together is rooted in the values we share. For we may have our different histories and speak different languages, but when we look at each other, we see a reflection of ourselves.
- Having thrown off colonialism, we created constitutions that began with the same three words — “we the people.” As societies that celebrate knowledge and innovation, we transformed ourselves into high-tech hubs of the global economy. Together, we unlock new discoveries — from the particles of creation to outer space — two nations to have gone to both the Moon and to Mars. And here in India, this dynamism has resulted in a stunning achievement. You’ve lifted countless millions from poverty and built one of the world’s largest middle classes.
- The United States has the largest Indian diaspora in the world, including some three million proud Indian-Americans. And they make America stronger, and they tie us together — bonds of family and friendship that allow us to share in each other’s success.
- India and the United States are not just natural partners. I believe America can be India’s best partner. I believe that. Of course, only Indians can decide India’s role in the world. But I’m here because I’m absolutely convinced that both our peoples will have more jobs and opportunity, and our nations will be more secure, and the world will be a safer and a more just place when our two democracies — the world’s largest democracy and the world’s oldest democracy — stand together. I believe that.
- We believe we can be even closer partners in ensuring our mutual security. And both our nations have known the anguish of terrorism, and we stand united in the defense of our people. And now we’re deepening our defense cooperation against new challenges. The United States welcomes a greater role for India in the Asia Pacific, where the freedom of navigation must be upheld and disputes must be resolved peacefully.
- I believe that if we’re going to be true global partners, then our two nations must do more around the world together. So to ensure international security and peace, multilateral institutions created in the 20th century have to be updated for the 21st. And that’s why I support a reformed United Nations Security Council that includes India as a permanent member.
- India is defined by countless languages and dialects, and every colour and caste and creed, gender and orientations. And likewise, in America, we’re black and white, and Latino and Asian, and Indian-American, and Native American. Your constitution begins with the pledge to uphold “the dignity of the individual.” And our Declaration of Independence proclaims that “all men are created equal.”
- And so even as we live in a world of terrible inequality, we’re also proud to live in countries where even the grandson of a cook can become President, or even a Dalit can help write a constitution, and even a tea seller can become Prime Minister.
- Our nations are strongest when we see that we are all God’s children — all equal in His eyes and worthy of His love. Across our two great countries we have Hindus and Muslims, Christians and Sikhs, and Jews and Buddhists and Jains and so many faiths. And we remember the wisdom of Gandhiji, who said, “for me, the different religions are beautiful flowers from the same garden, or they are branches of the same majestic tree.” Branches of the same majestic tree.
- Our freedom of religion is written into our founding documents. It’s part of America’s very first amendment. Your Article 25 says that all people are “equally entitled to freedom of conscience and the right freely to profess, practice and propagate religion.” In both our countries — in all countries — upholding this fundamental freedom is the responsibility of government, but it’s also the responsibility of every person.
- In our lives, Michelle and I have been strengthened by our Christian faith. But there have been times where my faith has been questioned — by people who don’t know me — or they’ve said that I adhere to a different religion, as if that were somehow a bad thing. Around the world, we’ve seen intolerance and violence and terror perpetrated by those who profess to be standing up for their faith, but, in fact, are betraying it. No society is immune from the darkest impulses of man. And too often religion has been used to tap into those darker impulses as opposed to the light of God. Three years ago in our state of Wisconsin, back in the United States, a man went to a Sikh temple and, in a terrible act of violence, killed six innocent people — Americans and Indians. And in that moment of shared grief, our two countries reaffirmed a basic truth, as we must again today — that every person has the right to practice their faith how they choose, or to practice no faith at all, and to do so free of persecution and fear and discrimination.
- The peace we seek in the world begins in human hearts. And it finds its glorious expression when we look beyond any differences in religion or tribe, and rejoice in the beauty of every soul. And nowhere is that more important than India. Nowhere is it going to be more necessary for that foundational value to be upheld. India will succeed so long as it is not splintered along the lines of religious faith — so long as it’s not splintered along any lines — and is unified as one nation.
- As Americans, we believe in the promise of India. We believe in the people of India. We are proud to be your friend. We are proud to be your partner as you build the country of your dreams.
Mr. Obama’s Speech From Siri Fort New Delhi ,India 27 Janaury 2015 [Full Speech].
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