The Kashmir Files marks a new chapter in confronting covered-up history in more ways than one.
Highlighting the murderous activities of Islamic terrorists and the genocide that followed jolts one to the hushed-up events of the 1990s and the apathy of state and central administration.
Krishna Pandit discovering Kashmir’s past as a Global Knowledge Center and articulating it on screen is a first, in sharp contrast to the crass-cinema purveyed by the underworld of Mumbai, which revels in Goebbels-style repeated delusionary lies about Bharatiya civilization.
Calling attention to the criminal brain-washing at “ANU” by Menon and her real-world ilk is a task begun by Arun Shouri in “Eminent Historians” and should be highlighted till the Narendra Modi administration takes notice of generations lost to propaganda and works for real education.
Bharatiyas have been shackled in a state of ignorance by British, Missionaries, Nehruvian socialists and Marxists. This ignorance has been capitalized by Breaking India forces. The only way to break the shackles of ignorance is to acquire real knowledge as opposed to propaganda.
Thanks to Vivek Agnihotri for the compelling docu-drama highlighting not only the abysmal collective amnesia on this genocide and astounding apathy of the nation, but also for highlighting that Knowledge is Power (KP) (same initials as Kashmiri Pandits – KP).
(This article has been compiled from the tweet thread of @RajVedam1)