International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists || 2 November 2021

On 2 November 2021, KAILASA stands in solidarity on the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists and unequivocally supports the freedom of expression and human rights for all the attacks on the minority indigenous communities around the world.

When the historian’s individual vested interest disappears, history becomes truthful and factual. When the scientist’s vested interest disappears, science becomes Universal and useful. When journalists' vested interest disappears, the news becomes authentic, legitimate. Observing the facts of all dimensions and putting them on record, without the individual's opinions is authentic Hindu Journalism. The Hindu journalists who did not have any vested interests recorded the happenings in the Hindu Puranas. Puraṇas are more factual than any history written by the people with vested interests whereas the first books ever written on planet Earth, Upaniṣads were tyagarājas, the kings of sacrifice. All Upaniṣads revealed to great Ṛṣis were all authorless. This very authorlessness (Apāuruṣeyatva) makes Upaniṣads the most authentic scriptures. Apāuruṣeyatva, authenticates the power of the Truths making Upaniṣads the most authentic and legitimate scriptures on planet Earth.

The brutal suppression and attacks on responsible journalism that brought out the double genocide on Hindus including targeted extermination of Hindu culture and tradition, Hindu phobia, forced conversions, massacres, demolitions, desecration and grabbing of worship temples and monasteries, looting of Hindu temples properties, destruction of Hindu educational institutions and Hindu libraries, Hindu liberty, mass execution, rape, looting, and enslavement continues till date in many parts of the world. Denial of the genocide by Hindus themselves today is due to the centuries of impunity for crimes committed against Hindu journalism.

Under the guidance of The SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam, KAILASA strives to restore responsible freedom of expression through the revival of authentic Hindu journalism. KAILASA commits to disseminate unbiased information to unify the Hindu diaspora through resolute efforts to recognize and legitimize the Hindu genocide. For the past 27 years, authentic Hindu journalism has been responsible for building relations, bridging dialogs, inspiring masses, uniting nations towards acknowledging the Hindu policies which are universal, life positive as referenced from the ancient text of Hinduism.

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