कः कालः कानि मित्राणि को देशः कौ व्ययागमौ ।
कश्चाहं का च मे शक्तिरिति चिन्त्यं मुहुर्मुहुः ॥ (Chanakya Neeti 4.18)
Consider again and again the following: the right time, the right friends, the right place, the right means of income, the right ways of spending, and from whom you derive your power.
Why the young fall in trap of leftist agenda?
In the past few years there has been a rise in the number of young college graduates who take pride in shouting slogans against India. Hailing the terrorists and bashing our armed forces has become the norm for these college going students who have either just passed out from schools or completed their college education. Most importantly they are echoing the leftist’s viewpoint with sinister motive of causing unrest in the country and preventing India from becoming a world leader. It is baffling to see how these bright young people fall in the trap that is laid down by the leftists.
How the left brainwash the young?
First let us see how systematically our education system has been distorted by bragging about Marx and Lenin and Feminism. The young students who come to study in one of the best universities in the national capital of India, are identified by the classroom teachers (mostly leftists) who very gradually brainwash them by telling to raise their voice against the existing system. They are told that they are citizens of a democratic country so they have every right to raise their voice against the system even if it means disruption of normal day to day activity of the common man. The beginning of such disruption is made in college and hostels and once they achieve success, they start believing that they can do anything with the backing of their masters.
Distortion of Facts
Since majority of these young students come from tier 2 and tier 3 cities to make a mark for themselves, in the initial few days they are lonely as they are taken aback by the metropolitan culture. It is during this time that these vultures identify their prey and firstly come out as emotional supporters for them. Then through the education system they mislead them. Great leaders like Swami Vivekanand are never glorified, sacrifice of Indian soldiers is never highlighted by teachers in such institutions. What they teach is that Indian armed forces rape women in Kashmir. What they tell them is that it is only because of Nehru that India got independence. They tell these young girls that it is absolutely fine to be homosexual. They teach that it is good to smoke and drink. In the name of questioning the system, they tell this breed of young students that they are the future of the nation, they are the ones who will be part of the closely nurtured ecosystem. One such example is a so called feminist she got her uterus removed because she did not want to have kids.
Glancing at the history books, it is observed that Bhagat Singh is branded as a revolutionary. The brave heart who laid down his life happily for Mother India, is called a revolutionary and no due is given to him for the supreme sacrifice that he made. On the contrary, the leftists hail a mastermind of the attack on Indian parliament and shout slogans that they are ashamed that his killers are alive. These are just few examples; the list is long and is endless.
Why is the youth in India so vulnerable?
Reaching the higher echelons by working hard and laying a strong foundation will be good for the young. However, majority of the young population wants to make quick money, be in limelight and live a materialistic life. Moreover, media has taken upon itself the task of playing the mind game and making a hero out these stooges. Running 24×7 stories about how they are being targeted by the government and highlighting their fake plight gives the much-needed boost to the leftist agenda. Moreover, monetarily they receive all kind of support from the anti-India forces. The sad part is that such youth who should be holding the gun at the border are burning public property. They have simply sold their soul for few lakhs of rupees.
What needs to be done to combat the leftist ideology?
India is a nation which is culturally rich and our glorious pasts talks about the valour of brave hearts like Chattrpati Shivaji, Mahrana Pratap, Rani of Jhansi to name a few. What needs to be done is that from a very young age, that is at the age of four or five years onwards, children need to be told stories about such brave soldiers who put the nation first. Secondly, military training should be made compulsory. Last but not the least Indian literature comprising Vedas and other such scriptures should be made a part of the curriculum. Sanskrit which is the mother of so many other languages should be made a compulsory language. Today, more than making the kids learn about coding at the age of 5, it is better that they learn Vedic Maths. High time parents take upon themselves this task of inculcating the right values among the kids from a young age. I wish to see the readiness among kids to make a supreme sacrifice for the nation if necessity demands.