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There are three structural ingredients for any given nation to be strong, independent, sovereign and self-content: 1) production, 2) procreation and 3) protection. The vegetarian nationalists should tell us historically in the realm of these three structural ingredients what was/is their contribution?

In the realm of basic production of agrarian goods and commodities by working around areas like deforestation by reclaiming of lands, converting barren lands into cultivable lands, tilling the land and seedling it, watering, weeding and harvesting are the key tasks. The vegetarian nationalists, whose core component constitutes of Brahmins and Baniyas (both Hindus and Jains) are not present in these tasks at all. These tasks are mainly performed by the Shudras, Dalits and Adivasis who are basically meaterians and beeferians. However, the food culture of these forces is inclusive of dals, millets, vegetable, milk, curd and so on.

In the realm of procreation the meaterians have proved to be more energetic (both men and women) as they consume more portentous multi-vitamin food with an involvement of enormous physical labour. It has been well observed that the sexual energies are quite good among meaterians and this has been well established with the present levels of population of the Shudras, Dalits and Adivasis vis-à-vis the population of vegetarian castes and communities of India. Not that the vegetarian Brahmin–Baniyas do not procreate. But if you look at the family size of these two different food consumers the meaterian family size is comparatively more vibrant.

The third and most important ingredient for the nation to be strong is protection. Of late, the vegetarian nationalists are stressing the need for powerful soldier protection on the borders of Pakistan and China. As of now as against China and the Muslim-majority nation Indonesia, Indian average food intake levels and life span level are low. If India becomes more vegetarian it will further worsen. In no other country does a ruling party subscribe to pure vegetarianism like the BJP does. This is a dangerous trend.

Soldier hood is a job that requires enormous physical energy and mental stamina. They need to work in cold climatic conditions. Unless they eat enough meat they cannot sustain the fight. Without realizing the energy levels required in that sphere the Brahminic and Jainist forces are trying to push vegetarian nationalism as the nation’s core value. The same forces also humiliate the social forces that defend the nation by eating meat, beef and pork.

Historically, Brahmin–Baniyas never established a Brahmin–Baniya Regiment in the Indian army to protect India. The Indian army had/has a Mahar Regiment, Ahir (Yadav) Regiment, Jat Regiment, Gurkha Regiment and so on. But never was there a Brahmin Regiment in the army. Why? The Brahmin priestly forces after taking to vegetarianism as the core component of their daily food could not venture into any physically hard-working life. In fact, except Ambedkar’s father no national leader’s father worked as a soldier in the army. They were either lawyers or businessmen or politicians. Not many top nationalist leaders came from an agrarian  background. Only Sardar Patel’s father was a farmer. Many of them came from the vegetarian food cultural background. That itself is a problem today.

Thus, production in the country and protection on the borders were left to the Shudras and Dalit–Adivasis for long time in history and pure vegetarianism was never their food culture. In other words India as a nation is multi-cuisine not just vegetarian.

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22 Comments

  1. Sameer / October 21, 2019 at 9:49 am /Reply

    Completely wrong information. In British Era there were Brahman Regiments e.g. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1st_Brahmans The Brahman Regiments were disbanded after 1857 revolution as it was triggered by a Brahmin. Then the Britishers for 100 years blamed all the socio-economic problem on Brahmins, after disbanding the Brahman Regiments.

    Even the Peshwas of Maharashtra were Brahmins.

  2. Akhil / December 1, 2019 at 10:49 am /Reply

    Brother, I think you have not researched enough or I was not able read your blog properly .
    For your kind information There was a Brahmin regiment which was known as 1st Brahmins during british rule

  3. Ananya Kaushik / January 13, 2020 at 10:34 am /Reply

    Earlier the elite units of Britishers had Brahmin units which after the revolt of 1857 were abolished.
    Still the current army chief is a Brahmin
    RN Kao who established Indian intelligence was Brahmin
    Current RAW chief is a Brahmin
    .
    2 , 4, 7 ,8 ,13 ,14,17 were these elite units in British army comprising of Brahmins.
    First Param Vir chakra recipient was a Brahmin

  4. Rashtrapati / February 6, 2020 at 7:54 pm /Reply

    What kind of nonsense is this? Seriously, most of India doesn’t support beef eating .. I am not surprised that this article is written by a sick Christian ( probably with a failed conversion venture here in India ) and why doesn’t it mention that almost every Indian and Indian-origin person to receive Nobel was a Brahmin ? Isn’t that nationalism ? Probably not for cunts like you.

  5. Shivam / April 7, 2020 at 12:03 am /Reply

    Go google the 1st infantry regiment established by Britisher was 1st brahmans and 3rdbrahman regiment, and brahmans were considered as the oldest martial race

  6. Ashutosh / May 20, 2020 at 10:29 am /Reply

    This blog-post reeks of hatred and disinformation.
    There were Brahman Regiments. 1st Brahman had fought many important wars.

    And there are some tasks beyond production, procreation and protection for any society to perpetuate and progress.

    Possibly, you haven’t heard of Management, Administration and Invention.

    Anyways, rot in your hatred for everything Brahmin.

  7. Adarsh / June 1, 2020 at 8:13 am /Reply

    Kuch bi reason mtlb kuch bi. Iss hisab se army m bhramins hone hi nahi chahiye. Ashutosh Sharma, Mohit Sharma suna h nam inka kabhi, manoj pandey. Jo man m aaye pel do

  8. Amit / June 8, 2020 at 6:29 am /Reply

    1st brahman regiment ke baare me jaankaari nhi h kya?

    Phle kuch likhne se phele research bhi kar liya kro kuch

  9. Sanath / July 2, 2020 at 9:57 pm /Reply

    I completely agree that meat eaters are better than Brahmins in procreation. Pigs give birth to 8 to 10 piglets at a time while a cows normally gives birth to just 1 calf. I also agree that Brahmins aren’t brave enough for fighting wars. Then who were Peshwa Bajirao, Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi, King Hoysala, Shaheed Mangal Singh, Major Somnath Sharma etc?

  10. Yupin / July 20, 2020 at 8:25 pm /Reply

    I am Dalit but I think you are totally wrong on facts

  11. JAS K RAO / September 11, 2020 at 7:26 pm /Reply

    KANCHE AYALAYYA IS FROM KURABA CASTE. THEY ARE SHEEP GRAZING COMMUNITY. HE BECAME A PROFESSOR AND CAUGHT BY CHRISTIAN EVANGELISTS. HE IS WRITING AGAINST SOFT BELLY OF HINDUS. IF HE WRITES AGAINST ANY REDDY, KAMMA, KAPU, AND OTHERS HE MAY GET BASHING SO HE PREFERRED BRAHMIN-BANIYAS WHO ARE MINORITY IN NUMBER AND VERY SOFT PEOPLE BY NATURE. HE FEELS THAT HE IS A SOCIAL SCIENTIST. HE KNOWS NOTHING ABOUT INDIAN CASTE FABRIC. HE TRIED TO MAKE COPY OF DR.AMBEDKAR BUT MISSED MANY LOGICS EVEN AMBEDKAR BROUGHT BEFORE. HE IS A COPY CAT OF AMBEDKAR’S WRITINGS. HE ADDED ‘SHEPPERED’ IN HIS NAME TO SHOW HIS CASTE IN ANGLICIZED/ CHRISTYIANISED MANNER. BASICALLY HE IS UNWORTHY PERSON WHO SHOULD HAVE BORN IN 10TH CENTURY.

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