The 'Lohia Incident', June 18, 1946

Origins of the "Gomantak Kranti Divas"

©Lúcio Mas, formerly "Prakash". June 25, 2005.
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To Mr. Agnelo Gracias, Bombay - 2.

Dear Sir,

I wish to thank you for referring to my attention the article in the June issue of "Goa Today" by the traitoress Heredia, being a "Commemoration" of "Gomantak Kranti Divas" or "June 18 Kranti Divas" and seeking my response thereto. The article is interesting, and more so because it is a self-condemnation, if only the reader has brains and self-respect.

I have digitized the article and add to it my notes in comment thereto. I have also further digitized extracts from two books, besides an article I had earlier written, and an article written by a traitor as a hagiography of another traitor. All these taken together should throw light on the background to the traitoress's confessions.

It is to be noted first of all, that Nehru, Gandhi, were the sons of wealthy men. So, indeed, were Juliao Menezes, Ram Manohar Lohia, and indeed, so were the overwhelming vast majority of "leaders" of movement for subversion of the lawful order in the British East Indies and in Portuguese India.

I find it difficult to recall one "leader" who was not from an affluent background.

It is interesting that it is idle brats of the filthy rich who are always the tools and workshops of the devil, workers of mischief and mayham, and of treason, subversion and perversion. Reading Jack Stormer throws more light on this phenomenon.

Indeed, the Holy Bible speaks of exactly such men and women (2 Timothy).

Today, in our generation, among Goans, their place is taken by the Communists Paulo Colaco-Dias, Marlon Menezes, the Heredias, Jose Francisco Martins and his son Shushrut, Lamberto Mascarenhas, Frederico Noronha, Remo Fernandes, Wendell Rodrigues, Ethel da Costa, etc., etc.

One must not forget to count the late Valeriano Cardinal Gracias, mentor of Ivan Cardinal Dias, who (i.e., Dias) hails from a family of eminent Goan traitors, and Jose Colaco ["Cloaca Maxima"] and Leo Rebelo, to name but two. A perusal of "Cloaca Maxima"'s extensive list of associates, in his "The Goan Forum" should be instructive — a veritable who's who of eminent Goan traitors and quislings, with one or two exceptions.

Marlon Menezes publicly boasts of being a Communist; yet he is a wealthy businessman, who also subsidizes "Goanet" and "Goacom", and his wealth is largely hereditary. Ironically, he was "married" by "Christian rites"!

Paulo Colaco-Dias makes it his vocation to throw dirt into the eyes of the public by pretending that Communist and Socialists are not the same thing, but that they are different, contrary animals. To nail that lie, I have taken the trouble of transcribing the entire Chapter II of Jack Stormer's expose of the Communist-Socialist conspiracy against mankind.

Frederico Noronha seems to live in comfort although he does not seem to be either employed or self-employed (or am I merely lacking information in this case?).

One gets the picture, I hope.

But, merely taking the above facts does not supply the full picture.

One must also note that all of these "historic leaders" I have mentioned above, and also including Tilak, Gokhale, Vivekananda, Aurobindo Ghosh, etc., were Freemasons. I have good reasons to suspect that the contemporary set of persons I have also mentioned are also Freemasons.

Knowing the membership of these persons in Freemasonry, and drawing the necessary implications, that all these several persons, are actually agents of Freemasonry, working at the direction of, and with the remuneration and compensations from, Freemasonry, completes the picture to a large extent, but not entirely. There is a third and last part which needs to be known, and that is the origins and purpose of Freemasonry.

Freemasonry pretends to be the expression and organization of those folks who claim to have been seeking for a means to overthrow and escape the tyranny and oppression of the Catholic Church, to "regain" freedom of thought and speech (or "civil liberties") and to bring these benefits to all mankind and to thereby alleviate the condition of man and uplift him.

But this is a lie, a disingenuous lie, a mere fig-leaf. The truth is that Freemasonry is in continuation of the Jewish conspiracy against Christianity dating back to the time of the foundation of the Church, when the Herodic dynasty sought to achieve the destruction of the newborn Church by marrying into the Roman Imperial dynasty and instigating the Roman Emperors to exterminate Christianity.

This was a conspiracy that never went away, but was forced underground by the success of Christianity in winning the allegiance of the Empire under Constantine and his successors.

After many centuries underground, it has managed to become free enough to come overground once again through the instrumentality of the Protestant "Reformation" which it instigated, directed and managed, as also the "French Revolution" and succeeding Revolutions, including the "Unification of Italy" and the "Aggiornomento" and "Vatican II".

The truth about the origins and aims of Freemasonry are to be found from two websites principally; one a Protestant,, and the other, a site maintained by Jewish racists and imperialists:

Noahidism is the basic framework of Freemasonry, and all who become Freemasons actually become Noahides, that is to say, apostates from Christianity, and members of a second-class Jewry designed to serve as the useful idiots for the inauguration of a Jewish World Empire under the "Moschiah" (Anti-christ) that they expect to come in opposition to Christ Jesus.

I have provided, as evidence, the following documents:
  1. The article by the traitoress Heredia
  2. An extract from Jack Stormer's None Dare Call It Treason, chapter II, The Origins of Communism
  3. The traitor and quisling P.P. Xirodcar's version of the 'Lohia Incident'
  4. My exposure of the hypocrisy of Jose Colaco with a bearing on the 'Lohia Incident'
  5. The traitor, Ben Antao's hagiography of the traitor, Juliao Meneses, who played the pivotal role in staging the 'Lohia Incident'
  6. I reproduce the letter by the traitoress Heredia seconding the protest of the traitor Lamberto Mascarenhas against the Occupation Regime's "Goa Film Festival"
  7. Lastly, I reproduce the Goan Patriot, Bernardo Colaco's expose of the Traitor Nascimento Caldeira
Viva Portugal! Viva Goa, forever ultramarine province of Portugal!


An Account By The Traitoress Heredia
Celebrating India's Rape of Goa

An Account of India's Rape of Goa by the traitoress Irene Heredia, or more properly "Shantabhen Herodias" as published under the title, Liberating Goa: The laudable role of the Goa Liberation Council in securing Goa's Liberation, in the "Goa Today", an anti-Goan, traitorous magazine, June 2005 issue; Digitization and footnotes by the Patriot Lúcio Mascarenhas.

It all started one evening in March 1954 at a tea meeting at our house at Asian Building in Bellard Estate1. We had been feeling some time the ripples of discontent across the border and the rumblings against police atrocities and suppression of civil liberties, among those who dared to differ from the establishment in Goa.

There were already several groups on this side of the border working for the overthrow of the Portuguese rule. There was the Azad Gomantak Dal, an action group, not averse to violent means, the National Congress (Goa), an offshoot of Lohia's Socialist party in India2, the Goan People's Party with links to the Communist Party of India and the United Front of Goans. The membership of all these parties was largely non-Catholic. The intelligensia as well as the elite among Catholics as a class, both inside Goa as well as in Bombay stayed away initially though there were outstanding exceptions in Goa itself. Tristao Braganca Cunha3, Evagrio George4, Alvaro Pereira and several others whose names are well known. They were not, however, mainstream Catholics5.

My husband J.N. Heredia, in Bombay, was honorary consul for Brazil since 1935 having succeeded his father who was appointed in 1922. An extremely cordial relationship existed between Itamariti, the foreign office in Rio and the Consulate in Bombay. In the early years, the export of the sturdy Kankrej cattle of Gujarat for cross-breeding with the local breed imported from Europe was an important activity. During the war, Brazil was accepted by both the sides for the overseeing of the internees at war camps in Deolali and Ahmednagar, while fleeing refugees from Poland and Eastern Europe were taking the overland route through Istanbul, came to Bombay for their papers of immigration. Later, cultural delegations between Brazil and India and visits of eminent Brazilians like Gilberto Freire, the internationally famous sociologist, Cecilia Meireles, the Gandhian, and other sympatizers figured largely on the Consulate's agenda.

The Consul at Bombay had been recommended by the first Brazilian ambassador to India, Senhor Alancar for a Cruzeiro do Sul6 for his promotional activities projecting Brazil in India. However, events in Goa were hotting up, and Brazil's stand was less than neutral. A new ambassador had been appointed at Delhi, Senhor Ile de Falcao, and a new Consul for Portugal at Bombay. The charge always was that the Goan Catholics of Bombay were getting the best of both worlds and did not wish to take a stand on the issue, because of their extra-territorial loyalty7. Heated conversations, controversies and arguments prevailed wherever Goans converged. My husband and I felt it was time to take a stand even at the risk of his lucrative and prestigious consular status.

He called a few friends to tea at our house (tea parties seem to have a link with revolutions!) among them Aloysius Soares, well known for his intellectual incisiveness and political analyses. Somehow, the news of the meeting was leaked to the Portuguese Consul who lost no time in reporting it to his Ambassador at Delhi. Immediately, the Brazilian ambassador wrote to my husband mentioning dismissal as a possible outcome of such expressed sentiments8. That led to a letter of resignation from my husband stating that his citizenship being Indian, the rights he enjoyed of speech and patriotic sentiment could not be curbed by a government, however friendly to Portugal, which had itself sought its own liberation from Portuguese rule9.

The letter received much media publicity. It gave the issue a new dimension and raised it to the level of international diplomacy. The Government of India recalled its Consul in Panjim and closed the border between Goa and India10. A new momentuum was generated. It was decided to issue a new manifesto stating the intent of Goans in Bombay, and a much more representative meeting was held at Asian Building — our residence, with Aloysius Soares in the chair to discuss the draft. Peter Alvares of the Goa Congress wished to incorporate a clause that Goa after Liberation should join Maharashtra State, but it proved controversial and was dropped. Peter Alvares did not sign the manifesto as he was a prominent member of the Samyukta Maharashtra Samiti11.

The next move was to collect all the like-minded people to convince the fence sitters, and to answer those, not a few, who, using the privilege of free speech and receiving clandestine assistance, were able to counter every move of the liberationists12.

It was felt that an organisational setup and a place from which to function were necessary, if meetings were to be arranged and propaganda countered.

The Goa Liberation Council was therefore formed, with Aloysius Soares, the president, Francisco Correia Afonso, L.J. De Souza and Prof. Wellingkar — vice-presidents. My husband chose initially to be the secretary along with J.M. Pinto of of the Times of India and Nicolau Menezes, who had escaped from Goa. My husband felt he could be most effective in that position as much work had to be done. The manifesto was printed and distributed widely, specially in Goa by the underground agents13. This they said was an effective blow to Salazar's dictatorship in Goa for he had all along boasted that in Bombay, 80,000 Goans enjoying freedom of speech and assembly had not raised a whisper in favor of liberating Goa14. To him Goa was forever a part of Portugal and would remain so with the acquiescence of enlightened elite and middle class Goans.

The Goa Liberation Council became yet another party. It had to be, as the Goan Catholics of Bombay needed an approach which would take into account their cultural, religious and apolitical background15. The plan of action was to publicise the movement and to educate public opinion on the issue of Goa's future as part of the Indian Union. My husband managed through his contacts with the government to get accommodation in an outhouse of Kamani Engineering at Kumpta Street in Bellard Estate16. This office of the Goa Liberation Council became the meeting place and the rendezvour for nationalists and freedom fighters.

A fortnightly called The Goan Tribune was started with Aloysius Soares as editor and Lambert Mascarenhas as assistant editor. Along with the news of happenings in Goa and international repercussions, the activities of all parties in the field were reported. There were also other features of interest to the uncommitted reader, a woman's page by myself (Irene Heredia) featuring short stories, special recipes, and old fables and anecdotes retold. The creative side of the paper was handled by Lambert Mascarenhas, the political and analytical aspect by Aloysius Soares. The paper was eager awaited every alternate Sunday and the response was overwhelming. It was sent to every mission abroad, to every MP in Delhi and MLA in Bombay.

At the outset of the Council's formation, a Goan Women's Convention was held at the B.P.H.A. Ground at Churchgate17. Indira Gandhi who was the president of the Congress Party, presided. Leela Moolgaokar, wife of Suman Moolgaokar18, later chairman of Telco (The Tata Engineering & Locomotives Co. Ltd), was the chairperson and Mrs. T. Rodrigues, wife of the sub-area commander along with myself and other women of the community sat on the dais.

Prey4India: India's Rape of Goa, With U.N. Complicity! A Quit Goa resolution was passed. The movement began to acquire "respectability". "A Night In Goa" was organized at the Catholic Gymkhana at which the music, song, dance, food and folklore of Goa were the theme. The Catholic Goans had been drifting away from their distinctive culture, which was an amalgam of what was intrinsic to their faith and what they had retained from their pre-conversion days, and it became one of the aims of The Goan Tribune to check this erosion19.

Pandit Nehru agreed to address a meeting largely of Catholics to reassure them on their apprehensions about the future of Goa20. One thing he emphasised was that the Goans of Bombay, specially the members of Goan clubs, had not given the lie to Salazar's contention that no Goans in India had expressed themselves against the Portuguese regime in spite of the democratic freedoms they enjoyed21. The Federation of Goan Clubs was thereafter activated and visits were paid to Pune and Nagpur to apprise the Goan communities there of the issues involved. Members of the Liberation Council worked with all parties in arranging meetings, going on delegations to Delhi, attending Congress sessions.

At one open air meeting, there was a terrific downpour, as a result of which my husband was hospitalised with a rheumatic fever and suffered a severe coronary damage. He was the Council's liaison with Government and the special Goa desk in Delhi. He found that the party that was easiest to work with was The Goan People's Party, with George Vaz shouldering most of the physical tasks22. A delegation went to the Congress session at Bhavnagar in 1959 led by Fr. H.O. Mascarenhas, the lone Catholic priest who fearlessly subscribed to the idea of liberation from Portuguese23, with leaders of other states, and with all important opinion and decision makers in Parliament, Krishna Menon among them. Returning home, the pressure of public propaganda was kept up through meetings, print media and All India Radio, where talks in Konkani were broadcast regularly on its external services24. I spoke to women during Women's Hour arousing their patriotism through subjects of interest to them. Meanwhile, a seem of Rs. 30,000 was collected in Bombay in a short time and the fund was disbursed from time to time by Aloysius Soares.

A conference was organised in Delhi by the Indian Council for Africa. It was attended by a galaxy of delegates from all the Portuguese and French colonies of that continent — Angola, Mozambique, Algeria, Tunisia as well as Kenya. They were names that made the international newspapers. A delegation went from Bombay. The last session was held at Chowpaty at which I proposed the vote of thanks.

Aruna Asaf Ali had all along taken an active interest in the Goa's Liberation Movement. She was a soothing and a balancing force, reminding everyone constantly that their differences should only surface once Liberation was achieved. She also saw the need for social services and welfare among the Goans residing at Dhobi Talao and Dabul. Two new committees were started with her blessing. A National Campaign Committtee to propagate the cause and The Goan Social Constructive Committee with S.X. Mendes, M.R. Pereira and myself, to start development and welfare among Goans. The meetings of The Goan Social Welfare Committee were held at Tadwadi near Dhobi Talao in a half completed building, which was the co-operative effort of Mendes and Pereira, for the lower income group25.

India's Rape of Goa, Indian Air Force's Unprovoked Terrorism Of Dio Civilian Airport's ATC! On the Republic Day—January 26, 1961, the Goa Gate was put up at the traffic island opposite Metro Cinema, beautifully lit, 32 feet high, and with a slogan "Remember Goa is not yet free"26. Meanwhile, the patience of Goans was running out27. Goa was inaccessible28. Reports stated that Salazar had raised all government salaries and distributed largesse far and wise, in the form of free visits to Portugal, scholarships, loans, etc.,29 while tightening the repressive measures against dissenters30. Obviously, this was the last act. But how to bring down the curtain?

Everyone was agreed that some force would have to be used. Krishna Menon was the Defence Minister. He knew of moves on the part of Portugal and Pakistan to internationalise the issue. Another Kashmir? God forbid. All Goans from every strata, of all possible shades of opinion joined in a morcha from Azad Maidan to Sachivalaya demanding immediate intervention in Goa31.

And so happened. In early December, Bombayites saw some strange troop movements taking place. Trucks carrying jawans trundled through the streets of Bombay. It was on the night of December 17th 1961, at 11 pm that my husband received a phone call from Dr. A.V. Baliga, a great behind-the-scenes supporter of the Liberation struggle and a close friend of Krishna Menon, that Indian troops had entered Goa. The action had been totally peaceful32. Goa had been liberated at last33.

Later, when the issue was tabled at the UN General Assembly, Adlai Stevenson, the leader of the American delegation, waxed eloquent on the invasion by armed force of Goa by India34. But J.F. Kennedy, the President, a personal friend of Nehru, asked him to cool it as Portugal's position was untenable35.

There was an unanimity among the participants of the Goa Liberation Struggle, which was remarkable for a Goan group. We did not attack each other, although there were four parties in the field. There were times of inter party dissension, but Aruna Asaf Ali appealed to all parties that partisan issues should wait to be settled post Liberation. There was only one item on our agenda, to secure the withdrawal of the Portuguese from Indian soil36.
India's rape of Goa poses these questions:
  1. Do a people have the right to secede from the State of which they are citizens without grave cause?
  2. Can a State, in this age and time, invade and occupy a territory without the consent of its people?
  3. Can one State, in this age and time, transfer a territory to another state without the express consent of the people of that territory?
  4. Do the people of such a territory, under a patently illegal and criminal occupation, become, as a result of this occupation, "liberated", or do they not rather become, as a matter of fact, slaves and chattel of their conquerors?

1"Bellard Estate" — Ballard Estate, an area of the Bombay Dockyards developed on land reclaimed from the sea. It lies immediately due east from the main railroad terminus at Bori Bunder, the Victoria Terminus. This misspelling of a very famous name, and of a place where this woman had lived for so long, is merely indicative of the intellectual destitution of the people who became traitors and collaborators in India's scheme to rape Goa — both of the traitoress Shantabhen Herodias and of "Goa Today"!

2National Congress (Goa) — It was NOT an offshoot of Lohia's Socialist Party, but of the Indian National Congress.

3Tristao Braganca Cunha: His actual name was Tristao da Braganca e Cunha.

4Evagrio George: There are no Goan surnames "George"; it is "Jorge".

5"Not mainstream Catholics": We are grateful to this honorable traitoress for this honest confession. Indeed, these were folks who were de-naturalised, de-nationalised, who had sold their nationality and community feeling for a mess of potage, to become India's pet dogs!

6Cruzeiro do Sul: The Souther Cross, a Constellation visible only in the Southern hemisphere, and taken up by south hemisphere states, such as Brazil, New Zealand, Australia, as their emblem. It was made a high award in Brazil.

7Who made such a charge, what what was the locus standi of such person(s)? Goans in India were, like the Nepalese, beneficiaries of a British India policy, by mutual treaties, permitting them free residence, and Free India had renewed that treaty with Portugal. Goans in India were legally Portuguese citizens, a fact recognized by India, and their only duty and obligation to India was to abide as loyal guests; an obligation inferior to and exclusive of, their higher duty of loyalty and patriotism towards Goa and Portugal, of which Goa formed and forms, an integral and indivisible part!

8The Infamous Heredia Tea Party: Shantabhen lies when she alleges that it was held at "Bellard Estate". It was actually held at Uran, across the Harbor. More importantly, the implications of this meeting are not stated, so that a new reader would be mystified as to the reaction to it. It was called as a confabulation of the Indianists and their treatorous Goan lapdogs, which is why Portugal and Brazil reacted so sharply to it.

India's Rape of Goa, Indian Air Force's Unprovoked Terrorism Of Goa Radio Station! 9Resignation as Brazilian Consul: The fact is that the Ministry in Rio dismissed him, not that he resigned. He then attempted to pretend that he had resigned, by a protest letter, but you can hardly resign from a position from which your lawful superior has already publicly dismissed you! That this was a dismissal and not a resignation was widely reported in the Indian Press!

10Recall of Indian Consul at Nova Goa-Pangim: It had no direct connection with the "Tea Party" at Uran, but was the result of India's frustration in subverting Goans and in persuading Portugal to cede Goa to it! The traitoress Shantabhen is merely attempting to exaggerate her own importance!

11Another interesting piece of information, which explains latter controversies! The Samyukta Maharashtra Samiti was a body formed for the annexation of Goa and other parts bordering Maharashtra province, to Maharashtra, an Indian province created in 1957-1961 out of the former Bombay Province, as a Marathi ethnic homeland. It means The United Maharashtra Committee, and "United" meant that it was formed by Marathi politicians from across the political spectrum!

12Why is it that those who repudiated their lawful allegiances, and receive material assistance from powers enemical to their national interest, are "lawful", while patriots who upheld their lawful allegiances, and who propagandized against treason with aid from the home government, are styled "Clandestine assistances"? If this is not mendacious hypocrisy, what is? And this hypocrisy is aggravated by traitors and quislings styling themselves "liberationists"! The insolence!

13Distributed widely, specially in Goa: What is this, if not subversion of lawful allegiances by traitors acting as agents for an enemy power?

14How disgraceful for India and its Goan traitor-lapdogs is this admission, that the vast majority of the Goans in Bombay and India, contemptuously spurned them and their overtures that they join them in their treason and anti-Goan activities!

15A party that was deliberately created in order to simulate that it stood for the Goan Christian and his interest, so totally opposite to that of the Goan pagan minority! Yet another instance of hypocrisy!

16Yet another admission of the complicity of the Indian Union in criminal subversion of its inoffensive neighbor!

17The "Bombay Provincial Hockey Association Grounds", located north of D Road, on the west side of the Churchgate Terminus; the Government of Maharashtra built a Cricket Stadium, the Wankhede, on its southern end, as a rival to the British established Brabourne Stadium.

18Certainly, these eminent vermin must be related to that other Goan pagan vermin, Manohar Mulgaonkar, who's slanders and libels of Goan Christianity is being presently flaunted with so much delight and courage by the Indian lapdogs who operate "Goacom", "Goanet", etc.!

19Traitors pretending to be the guardians and protectors of Goan culture! This is rich. If these traitors did not represent the Indianization and re-paganisation of the Goans, who did? Who will deny that they have achieved this to a very great extent since December 1961?

20Obviously, this is the same infamous "Sidharthnagar Maidan Meeting" organized by Bottji Nehru's favorite Quisling-Dunce Valeriano Cardinal Gracias, in a far western suburbs, then practically deserted, and very far from the nearest Goan settlement at the Immaculate Conception Colony at Malad; this is also when the pious humbug and mealy-mouthed hypocrite "promised" Goa self-determination! Why is it that this traitoress has not mentioned this? Too inconvenient a fact?

India's Rape of Goa, Indian Air Force's Unprovoked Terrorism Of Goa Radio Station! 21Bottji Nehru's objection to Goans in Bombay failing to join with his Goan traitor-lapdogs is telling, to say the least!

22An organisation that the traitoress herself has informed us as being a communist front!

23Fr. H.O. Mascarenhas evidently "courageously" aligned himself with traitors and with Communists! May his memory be accursed! But what of his superior, Valeriano Cardinal Gracias, who egged him on, but who was so incapable of weaning Goan priests from their legitimate loyalty that he was successful in cultivating only in one or two renegades?

24Propagandization on "All India Radio": The Indians and their lapdogs violently objected to the patriotic broadcasts on the Goan Radio Service, Emissora Goesa, and they went so far as to despatch one of their lapdogs, Ehrlich Pinto, to commit an act of terrorism, by bombarding the Emissora Goesa and putting it out of action!

25The Rape of Goa has increased the destitution of many Goans, who have no one to succor them. India's pretensions of sympathy and compassions, were just that, and once India had seized Goa, and the Goans were persuaded not to resist violently, the need for this pretension ended!

26Goa was free until India imposed itself on us. We are not free now, for now we are India's slaves, as, for example, the Jindal MetaStrip's public advertisement in the face of Goan protests evidences. But we will regain our freedom. It was a bad day for India, when intoxicated with its own madness, it rushed to kick a sleeping and inoffensive dog. It will pay dearly for this madness, and so will the traitors and quislings!

27The patience of Goans? Certainly not, for they loved and held by their country, Portugal. But of the traitors? Certainly, for they were maddened by their own lies that Portugal was contemplating steps that would make an Indian invasion impossible. The traitoress puts forth the lie that Portugal was contemplating drawing in the UN to freeze the borders, as in Kashmir. The official Indian lie was that Portugal was contemplating handing over Goa to the US for a base. There is no substance to either of these deliberately manufactured lies.

28Goa was certainly inaccessible — but only because India tightened its blockade imposed since 1954, by deploying its military in late November 1961 in preparation for the invasion and occupation of Goa! See how the traitors and hypocrites suppress facts and suggest lies, to blame the victim and exculpate the criminal!

29Largesse and raised salaries: Largesse, nothing! As a result of the blockade imposed by India upon Goa, the Goans were forced to develop their own resources. Goans opened their mines and began exporting Iron and Bauxite ores to Japan and others, which made Goa a cash rich state, so that salaries and expenses could be increased. The traitors are well aware of these facts, but wish to conceal them behind their lies!

30The only evidence of this "repression" was the hysterical self-delusion of the Indians and their Goan lapdogs; within Goa, everything was quiet and calm, and the people were content — an inconvenient fact that compelled India to a blase annexation instead of a figleaf of a plebiscite to merge Goa into India!

31As with India's usual Goebellsian lies, when we are told of "Goan mobs" dancing hysterically on Indian streets, demanding India rape Goa, we must understand that 99.99% of them were Indians, and just 5 or 6 of them Goans, and traitors and quisling lapdogs at that!

32Totally Peaceful action: The picture of the bombed out Air Control Tower of the civilian Dio airport, as triumphantly put up by the Indian Terrorists Air Force on their website, is a outstanding evidence of the "Peacefulness" of this action!This "Totally peaceful action" required to be imposed by a force of 50,000 Indian terrorists-soldiers against some 4,500 Goan army!

33This, India's Rape of Goa, is what the traitors and quislings call "Liberation"!

34Adlai Stevenson was a Fabian Socialist, part of the same international conspiracy as Bottji Nehru. His protests were a mere eyewash, the U.S., U.K. & the U.N. being complicit in deceiving Portugal and in facilitating the Rape of Goa at India's hands, as much as the Soviet Union!

35Kennedy, a friend of Bottji Nehru: A telling fact showing the international conspiracy against the few remaining Catholic powers such as Portugal, even by renegade Catholics such as Kennedy, the paramour of the traitoress Marilyn Monroe, and the murderer of the outstanding Catholic President Ngo-Dinh-Diem of Vietnam and his entire family!

36Indian Soil? If Goa is "Indian Soil", pray what is Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Ceylon, Burma, Indonesia, Malaysia, etc? Why are there no efforts at all to invade and annex them? No guts?

Jack Stormer: "The Origin of Communism"

Chapter 2 from Jack Stormer's None Dare Call It Treason , pp. 15 f.

Communists everywhere support every revolutionary movement against the existing political and social order of things. The communists disdain to conceal their aims. Let the ruling classes tremble ata a communist revolution. The proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win. Working men of all countries, unite!" Karl Marx, The Communist Manifesto.
THE STORY OF COMMUNISM is a story of contradictions. Despite Marx's call for the workers of the world to unite, communism has nver been a working class movement. Its strength is in the intellectual and thought centers of of the world.

Communism is commonly believed to rise out of poverty. Yet, Fidel Crasto was a product, not of the cane fields of Cuba, but of the halls of Havana University.

Joseph Stalin was not a simple peasant rebelling at the oppression of the Czar. He became a communist while studying for the priesthood in a Russian Orthodox seminary.

Dr. Cheddi Jagan, communist premier of British Guiana, became a communist, not as an "exploited" worker on a plantation of a British colonial colony, but as a dental student at Chicago's Northwestern University.

The membership of the first Communist spy ring uncovered in the U.S. Government was not spawned in the sweat shops of New York's lower east side or the tenant farms of the South. Alger Hiss, Nathan Witt, Harry Dexter White, Lee Pressman, John Abt, Lauchlin Currie and their comrades came to high government posts from Harvard Law School.

The U.S.'s Senate Internal Security Subcommittee (SISS) published a Handbook For Americans which delves into why people become Communists. It says:
A trite explanation offered by the ill-informed is that communism is a product of inequalities under our social system. Hence, these people argue, if we will alleviate these conditions, we will never have to worry about communism... The misery theory of communism runs countrary to actual facts in our country. New York State, for example has approximately 50% of the total Communist Party of the U.S.A. membership. Yet it is second in terms of per capita income and per capita school expenditures... Conversely, Mississippi is the lowest in the scale of Communist Party membership but is also lowest in per capita income.
The Senate Internal Security Subcommittee (SISS) comments on these facts, saying:
The misery theory of communism does not jibe with these figures nor with the fact that such wealthy persons as Frederick Vanderbilt Field, and prominent members of the Hollywood film colony, have been found to be members of the Communist Party. Indeed the misery theory of communism is exactly what the Communists would have us believe, in order to mislead us.
According to John Williamson, then organizational secretary of the CPUSA (Communist Party of the U.S.A.), writing in the party's top theoretical journal, Political Affairs, for February 1946:
"71% of the party in New York City consists of white collar workers, professionals and housewives."
Communism is a disease of the intellect. It promises universal brotherhood, peace and prosperity to lure humanitarians and idealists into participating in a conspiracy which gains power through deceit and deception and stays in power with brute force.

Communism promises Utopia. It has delivered mass starvation, poverty, and police state terror to its own people and promoted world-wide strife and hatred by pitting race against race, class against class, and religion against religion. Treason, terror, torture, and Moscow-directed wars of "national liberation" spread communist "brotherhood, peace and social justice" around the world.

Communism is frequently described as a philosophy — but it is not a philosophy in which intellectually honest men can believe for long. It is a conspiracy in which hate-driven men participate.

Lenin confirmed this. In his important and authoritative work, What Is To Be Done, written in 1902, he set forth his views on the structure of the Communist Party, and said:
Conspiracy is so essential a condition of an organization of this kind that all other conditions... must be made to conform with it.
In other words, the philosophy of communism must be bent and twisted as needed to fit the conspiratorial needs of the situation.

There is much first-hand evidence that Communists quickly see through the fallacies of Marxism-Leninism but continue in the Party as blind believers, as conspirators against the established order, or for the personal power and privilege Party membership gives the select few.

Colonel Frantisek Tisler, former military and air attache in the Czechoslovakian Embassy in Washington, D.C., defected from communism in 1959 and sought permanent asylum in the U.S.A. A few months later he told his story to the House Committee on Un-American Activities. Tisler said:
I have not been a believer in communism for a long period of time, although in the early days of my association with the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia I was an ideological believer.

My initial disillusionment with communism in practice began to take place while I was attending military Staff School in Prague. It was at this school that I witnessed many incidents which proved to me that communism in practice was greatly different from theoretical communism. I was exposed to numerous incidents when members of the Communist Party who were high-ranking officers in the Army took advantage of their position in order to obtain personal advantage and job security. The disillusionment which set in as a result of the excessess... began to shatter my faith in Marxism-Leninism.
This realization that communism was not an idealistic philosophy came while Tisler was still a relatively young student officer. He continued as a conspirator for ten years before he defected, rising in that time to a high ranking position in the Party and its international intelligence network.

What is the "philosophy" which traps the student intellectual and transforms him into a conspiring, conforming, never-questioning tool of the Communist Party? How are brilliant young minds twisted to swear that "slavery" is "freedom", "dictatorship" is "democracy" or that "war" is "peace" — and actually believe that it is so?

Karl Marx compounded the theories which "explain" all the contraditions. He called it dialectical materialism. Marx, the 19th Century father of communism, was not a worker but a university-trained intellectual with a doctorate in philosophy. Although his ideas have had a deep impact and lasting effect on the intellectual world, he was not an original thinker.

Marx concocted dialectical materialism by blending Feuerbach's atheistic materialism with Hegel's theory that everything in nature is in a state of constant conflict. In its simplest form, dialectic materialism teaches:
All people and things in the universe and the universe itself are simply matter in motion. As matter moves, opposites attract. When the opposites come together, conflict results and from the conflict comes change.
With this theory, Marx explains the origin and development of the universe, everything in it, and all life. Man, plants, animals, and their world are all products of "accumulated accidents". Ignored is the creative force which produced the first "matter" and made it "move" and develop in an orderly way. This First Mover and Great Planner, we know as our Creater, God.

Marx applies his theories of conflict and change to society. Human beings were arbitarily divided into two classes (opposites). The bourgeoisie (propertied classes) were considered the degenerate class. The prolectariat (unpropertied wage earners) was the progressive class.

Communism teaches that a state of continual conflict or class warfare exists between the two groups. In this conflict, according to dialectical materialism, the bourgeoisie will be destroyed. This change is "inevitable" and is defined by Marx as progress.


Marx was a self-proclaimed scientist. His "scientific" theories explained the entire history of man and determined his future. They are to be used to transform man's nature. Being "scientists", communists have certain "scientific" laws which underly their beliefs and teaching. They include:
There is no God. When communists deny God, they simultaneously deny every virtue and every value which originates with God. There are no moral absolutes, no right and wrong. The Ten Commandments and the Sermon on the Mount are invalid.
Accepting this concept of "morality", the communists teach that all is right which advances the cause of socialism. All is wrong which impedes its progress. For the communist, to lie, cheat, steal or even murder, is perfectly moral if it advances communism. Conversely, a communist who would refuse to lie, cheat, steal or murder to aid the socialist movement is immoral. In the words of Lenin:
We do not believe in eternal morality — our morality is entirely subordinated to the interest of the class struggle.
The second "scientific" law of communism follows the first logically. It is:
Man is simply matter in motion. As such, he is without soul, spirit, or free will and is not responsible for his own acts.
Marx taught that man was entirely an evolutionary animal, the highest animal form, without significant individual value or eternal life. Man is a body completely describable in terms of the laws of chemistry and physics.

The third "scientific" law, economic determinism, is to be the means for transforming man. It states:
Man is an economically determined animal. Qualities of human intelligence, personality, emotional and religious life merely reflect man's economc environment. The evil a man does is just a reflection of his environment.
After coming to this conclusion, Marx taught that the only way man could be improved or changed would be to change or eliminate the evil-producing elements in man's environment. He reasoned that the one common influence in man's life was the economic environment. Mid-19th Century Europe's predominant economic system was a rough-and-tumble combination of feudalism, mercantilism, and free enterprise. Marx called it capitalism and blamed it for all the evil in man and the world. He concluded that the only way to eliminate evil and improve man was to destroy capitalism. Marx taught that this was both desirable and historically inevitable because the continued conflict between the classess had to produce change.

The inevitable outcome of the class war, according to Marx, was the triumph of the prolectariat in a revolution which would destroy a decaying capitalism and replace it with socialism. Under socialism, the dictatorship of the prolectariat (Communist Party) would work towards the establishment of communism.

Marx taught that once the material needs of man were satisfied, greed, profit-taking, avarice, and hate would disappear. The State would wither away. There would be no laws or need for a police force. A heaven on earth would result. Man's nature would be magically transformed. Each would work according to his ability. Each would desire to receive only according to his needs.

To reach this goal, the prolectariat must achieve control of the entire earth, Marx taught. All poisonng traces of capitalism must be eliminated. In practice, as the communists conquer a country, and if they conquer the world, they are left with those people raised in a capitalist environment. it has formed their character and personality. They will transmit the "illness" to their children.

Being materialist "scientists" the communists do not hesitate. All the "animals" infected with the "disease" of capitalism and freedom must be exterminated. To the communists, this is not murder. Murder means killing for bad reasons. They will kill the bourgeoisie class for a "good" reason, the establishment of world communism. This "end" justifies the "means".

The communists, therefore, are not interested in converting you, the reader, to communism, particularly if you are over 30 years of age. If you can be lulled into doing nothing to oppose the triumph of world communism, that is enough. Once the takeover comes, you, like millions of others, who believe in God and man's responsibility for his own life and actions, can be slaughtered like diseased animals or workerd to death in slave labor camps or brothels for the Red Army.

The communists are after your children or grandchildren who can still be molded into obedient slaves of the State.

Gus Hall, General Secretary of the CPUSA, told Americans what to expect when the communists take over. Speaking at the funeral of Eugene Dennis in February 1961, Hall said:
I dream of the hour when the last Congressman is strangled to death on the gust of the last preacher — and since the Christians live to sing about the blood, why not give them a little of it?


What sort of man could dream of Utopia, and yet advise, even command his followers to lie, cheat, steal, and commit individual or mass murder to achieve it?

Marx was born in 1818 of scholarly Jewish parents in a Germany that was just becoming a nation. His early life was torn as his family left the Jewish faith and adopted a more "accepted" Protestantism.

His radical ideas, even as a student, caused his ejection from several universities, and he toured the intellectual and political capitals of Europe associating with a varied assortment of revolutionaries and "free thinkers".

The Communist Manifesto, written in conjunction with his riend, Engels, was published before Marx was 30. His major work, the first volume of Das Kapital, was completed before Marx was 50.

His marriage resulted in six children. Marx, however, was so engaged in formulating theories to "uplift" the downtrodden masses that he never bothered to accept a job to support his family. Three of his six children died of starvation in infancy. Two others committed suicide. Only one lived to maturity.

Marx, at one point, was so taken up with his concern for "humanity" that when a gift of 160 pounds (about $500) arrived from a rich uncle in Germany, he used the money for a two-month drinking spree with continental intellectuals. His wife, left penniless in London, was evicted from their apartment with the infant children.

During those years, Marx's ideas and philosophy were accepted only by the radical fringe groups which comprised the First International, and his friend and collaborator, Friedrich Engels. Engels, a rich man's son, was Marx's chief source of income. When Marx died, his funeral was attended by only six persons.


Following Marx's death in 1883, his theories were made a world force by two developments. They were the rise of the Fabian Society in England and Lenin's Bolshevik movement.

In 1884, a small group of English intellectuals formed the Fabian Society. It was their goal to establish the same classless, godless, socialistic one-world society envisioned by Marx. Leadership of the group was assumed by Beatrice and Sidney Webb and the Irish author and playwright, George Bernard Shaw. Shaw described himself as a "communist" but differed from Marx over how the revolution would be accomplished and by whom. He spelled out these differences in 1901 in his, Who I Am, What I Think, when he wrote:
Marx's Capital is not a treatise on Socialism; it is a jeremiad against the bourgeoisie... it was supposed to be written for the working class; but the working man respects the bourgeoisie and wants to be a bourgeoisie; Marx never got hold of him for a moment. It was the revolting sons of the bourgeoisie itself, like myself, that painted the flag Red. The middle and upper classes are the revolutionary element in society; the prolectariat is the conservative element.
On this basis, Shaw and the Fabians worked for world revolution not through an uprising of the workers but through indoctination of young scholars. The Fabians believed that eventually these intellectual revolutionaries would acquire power and influence in the official and unofficial opinion-making and power-wielding agencies of the world. Then, they could quietly establish a socialistic, one-world order.

Webb formulated the highly successful method these future rulers would use to change the world. He called it the "doctrine of the inevitablity of gradualness." In practice, it has meant slow, piecemeal changes in existing concepts of law, morality, government, economics, and education. Each change is so gradual that the masses never awaken in time to stop the "inevitable".

Shaw, in the preface to the 1908 edition of Fabian Essays, stated the goal, which was...
... to make it as easy and matter-of-course for the ordinary Englishman to be a Socialist as to be a Liberal or Conservative.
Shaw, in his Intelligent Woman's Guide To Socialism, explained what life would be like once the new order was established:
I also made it clear that Socialism means equality of income or nothing, and that under Socialism you would not be allowed to be poor. You would be forcibly fed, clothed, lodged, taught, and employed whether you liked it or not. If it were discovered that you had not the character and industry enough to be worth all this trouble, you might possibly be executed in a kindly manner; but whilst you were permitted to live you would have to live it well.
The Fabian Socialists rejected all suggestions that they form a political movement of their own. They planned to spread their influence by penetrating existing education institutions, political parties, the civil service, etc.

As a starting point, the Webbs established the London School of Economics on the first floor of 10 Adelphi Street in London. The upper floors were occupied by Shaw and his wife, Charlotte, who financed the venture. It was from this humble beginning that the intellectual center of the Fabian Socialist movement has grown. Today, it has world renown as a branch of the University of London. Its influence has been spread around the world by such faculty, students, and supporters as Harold Laski, Bertrand Russell, Joseph Shumpeter, John Maynard Keynes, H.G. Wells, and Nehru of India.

Down through the years, the Fabians, while masquerading under all sorts of "respected" labels have achieved power and influence far out of proportion to their numbers, which have never exceeded 3,000. By 1889, when the Society was only six years old and had fewer than 300 members, two of the group were elected to the London School Board.

When the British Labor Party came to power in 1924, Fabian leader Ramsay MacDonald was Prime Minister. Fabian founder, Sidney Webb was Minister of Labor. When the party regained power in 1929, MacDonald was again Prime Minister and 20 Fabians held high position. Eight served in the Cabinet.


The seeds of Fabianism were planted in the U.S. before the start of the 20th Century. Leading English universities exchanged professors, scholars and writings with top American colleges. Sidney Webb himself came to America in 1888. The following year, his Socialism In England was circulated at Harvard and other schools by the American Economic Association. By 1905, American Fabians had formed the Rand School of Social Science in New York and incorporated the Intercollegiate Socialist Society. Within three years, chapters wer formed at Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, New York University, and the University of Pennsylvania.

Early adherents of this socialist movement in America included such later day leaders as John Dewey (education), Walter Rauschenbusch (theology), Walter Lippman (government and press) and Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter. Other equally skilled but lesser known theorists and conspirators operated in other fields. Their beliefs, their careers, their methods, and the influence they have exerted on American life will be explored later.


Meanwhile, the other movement which was to make Marxism a potent, dynamic world force developed on the Continent in 1903. Nicolai Lenin, an Russian revolutionary and ardent student of Marx, came to believe, like George Bernard Shaw, that it was neither possible nor desirable to sell Marx's theories to the masses.

Lenin and about seven followers split away during a meeting of socialist radicals in London, forming the Bolshevik "splinter group".

Lenin's major contribution to the world struggle, and the development which made Marx's theories a potent force, was his paln for organizing the Communist Party along conspiratorial lines. Lenin said:
The only serious organizational principle the active workers of our movement can accept is strict secrecy, strict selection of members, and the training of professional revolutionaries.
Lenin's plan called for a small, highly disciplined, well-schooled and fanatically dedicated core of revolutionaries. They would "combine illegal forms of struggle with every form of legal struggle." Their power would be multiplied through infiltration and penetration of existing governments, organizations and groups. Thus, they would redirect the influence, presitge, and power of capitalistic institutions for the benefit of world communism. In the labor field, for example, Lenin advised his followers:
... to agree to any and every sacrifice, and even — if need be — to resort to all sorts of devices, maneuvers, and illegal methods, to evasion and subterfuge, in order to penetrate the trade unions, to remain in them, and to carry on Communist work in them at all costs.
Another of Lenin's strategies for "multiplying" the power and strength of the small, dedicated group of revolutionaries was to exploit the differences between non-communist groups so as to "incide one against anotehr." Stalin later spelled out Lenin's theory in detail in the book, Stalin On China. He said:
The most powerful enemy can be conquered only by exerting the utmost effort, and by necessarily, thoroughly, carefully, attentively and skillfully taking advantage of every, even the smallest "rift" among enemies, of every antagonism of interest among the bourgeoisie of the various countries and among the various groups or types of bourgeoisie within the various countries, and also by taking advantage of every, even the smallest opportunity of gaining a mass ally, even though this ally be temporary, vacillating, unstable, unreliable, and conditional. Those who do not understand this do not understand even a particle of Marxism, or of scientific, modern Socialism.
A classic example of such modern socialism in practice was Fidel Castro's takeover of Cuba. Of Castro's followers, about 98% were non-communists. The Cuban people would not have tolerated the bearded fanatic had they know he was a communist. Yet, by exploiting their differences with another anti-communist, Batista, Castro was able to get the temporary support he needed to establish a communist regime in Cuba.

In America, communists inspired student riots against the House Committee On Un-American Activities in San Francisco in May 12-14, 1960 using the same tactics. a small group of trained, dedicated communist agents fanned the differences between the students and a committee of the Congress. Several thousand non-communist students were stirred, first to demonstrate, and then to riot against lawful authority.

An excellent example has been the implementation of a special Moscow Manifesto issued december 5, 1960 which ordered the destruction of the growing free world anti-communist movement. American communists alone could not neutralize the fast-growing grass roots anti-communist movement in the United States with a frontal attack.

Instead, the comparatively few communist agents in America and their more numerous fellow-travellers in liberal movements, the press, and other opinion-making positions have worked to pit sizeable segments of the American people against other Americans dedicated to fighting communists. The methods and tactics used are documented in a fascinating study by the Senate Internal Security Sub-Committee which is discussed at length in a later chapter.

Teaching these and equally devious methods, and by restricting their recruits to only the most fanatical and dedicated, Lenin and the seven followers who formed the Bolshevik movement, swelled their ranks to 17 in the first four years. They returned to London in 1907 and searched for a suitable meeting place.

The Fabians came to their assistance. Ramsey MacDonald, later a three-time Prime Minister of Great Britain arranged for Lenin's Bolsheviks to use the Brotherhood Church in London's East End. The conference was financed by a grant of £3,000 from Joseph Fels, a wealthy American soap manufacturer and a leader of the the Fabian movement.

Just ten years later, Lenin's 17 followers had become 40,000. They subverted and seized the Democratic Socialist Republic established by Kerensky in Russia after the fall of the Czar in 1917.

The early cooperation between the communists and the Fabians, without which Lenin might have faded into oblivion, has continued as a united "anti-capitalist front" down through the years. The Fabians abhor the "aggressive nature of communism" but cannot attack communism's godless, classless, socialistic one world concepts because the Fabian creed is based on the same beliefs and goals.

Fabians flock to the defence of the accused communist, as did Eleanor Roosevelt, Dean Rusk, Adlai Stevenson, and Felix Frankfurter, when a top State Department official, Alger Hiss, was exposed as a communist agent.

"He can't be a communist," the Fabian reasons, "he believes the same as I do." When Hiss and Lauchlin Currie, executive assistant to President Roosevelt, were exposed, Mrs. Roosevelt's outburst was typical. In her syndicated column, My Day, for August 16, 1948, she said:
Smearing good people like Alger Hiss and Lauchlin Currie is, I think, unforgiveable.
Currie later fled the country rather than answer questions about his activities. Hiss served five years in the Federal Penitentiary (U.S. Prison system) for perjury after deny his participation in a Soviet spy ring.

The loudest praise for the Russian communist "experiment" has come, not from Moscow-directed communists, but from Fabians. Fabian founder George Bernard Shaw, on a trip to Russia in 1931, stated in a speech in Moscow:
It is a real comfort to me, an old man, to be able to step into my grave with the knowledge that the civilization of the world will be saved... It is here in Russia that I have actually been convinced that the new Communist system is capable of leading mankind out of its present crisis, and saving it from complete anarchy and ruin.
Shaw, after an earlier trip to Russia, had praised Lenin as the "greatest Fabian of them all." Shaw helped formulate the Fabian concept of eventual control through infilteration, permeation, penetration, and piecemeal acquisition of power. He strongly admired Lenin and Stalin. He said they publicly championed Marx and his principle of world revolution while quietly working to communize one country after another. They used, Shaw said, the Fabian methods of stealth, intrigue, subversion, and the deception of never calling socialism by its right name.


After only seven years at the head of the world's first communist state, Lenin died in 1924. Before he died, he formulated a plan for world domination. Summarized and paraphrased, Lenin's plan stated:
First, we will take estern Europe, then the masses of Asia, then we will encircle the United States which will be the last bastion of capitalism. We will not have to attack. It will fall like an overripe fruit into our hands.

Lohia's Challenge

Extract from the traitor and quisling P.P. Xirodcar's Hagiography of India's Rape of Goa: "Goa's Struggle For Freedom", Pages 35 f.

While the Portuguese Government was going ahead with its deliberate attempts to subject the Goans to methods of mental enslavement, Ram Manohar Lohia came to the rescue of the Goans in shackles. In June 1946, after his release from prison [in India], he came down to Goa to holiday at the residence of his friend, Julião Menezes. When he saw and heard of the inhuman repression resorted to by the Portuguese Government, he was extremely moved. His patriotic spirit did not allow him to be a passive spectator. He decided to launch a civil disobedience movement on June 18, 1946, which turned out to be one of the golden pages of Goan history. On this day, Lohia openly defied the Portuguese Governor's orders and made an attempt to address a spontaneous meeting at Margão defying Captain Fortunato Miranda, the Administrator of the District. In his address, Lohia gave a call to the Goans to fight European colonialism and drive it out through the same gate it had entered on Indian soil. He said:
"A conspiracy has sought for decades to turn Goa into an island of imperialist safety where the law has proved inadequate, a whole chain of papers from Karachi over Bombay to Goa, and other agencies, are instilling into Catholic Christians an unreasoning hatred and fear of Hindustani nationality..." Action In Goa, Ram Manohar Lohia, August Publication House, Bombay, 1947, p. 3.
He disclosed that the creation of "the Island of Imperialist safety" was not only for itself but even more so for Britain (Statement of Lohia of June 18, 1946, as reproduced in Action In Goa, Ram Manohar Lohia, August Publication House, Bombay, 1947, p. 8 f.). He reminded the Goans that lack of civil liberties was the root of their bondage, food problem, want of self-confidence and poverty. If at all they desired to live as respectable citizens, the acquisition of these liberties was indispensable (Rashtramat, Marathi language periodical, Bombay, November 9, 1947).

But before he could give full vent to his feelings at the meeting, he was brusquely led to jail alongwith several other volunteers. It was the first attempt to challenge the Portuguese Government after the last Rane Revolt in 1912. It was a historic day on which an Indian leader fearlessly defied the Portuguese District Administrator by catching hold of his hand when he threatened to shoot at him.

After the arrest of Lohia, copies of his address were distributed. In it he clarifies his reason for coming to Goa and said:
"I did not come here with specific motive. But I got attracted to the common people here. People are unhappy due to lack of liberties. But they do not know how to express their anger." Marathi book, Ram Manohar Lohia, by Ms. Indumati Kelkar, Ruchi Publications, Poona, p. 101.
He justified his struggle and made it known to the world outside that all social, cultural and reform activities in Goa were banned and even thought was controlled. In the circumstances, he said, anyone would dare to violate such a brutal law (Bombay English newspaper, The Bombay Chronicle, defunct, June 21, 1946).

It was his contention that the Portuguese regime would come to an end after the British were driven out of India. But, according to him, the real problem in Goa was a cultural one. The Portuguese had enslaved Goans mentally and had created a camp for imperialist culture. Hence, the fist and the foremost task was to do away with the black rules placed in the way of civil liberty (Marathi book, Ram Manohar Lohia, by Ms. Indumati Kelkar, Ruchi Publications, Poona, p. 101).

For Lohia, the purpose of civil resistance was a very limited one. It was an invitation to the Goans to speak and act as if the restrictions on civil liberties did not exist at all. He charged the Portuguese Government for the disgraceful attempt to hold on to an alien land. He asked:
"Would it add to that infamy by seeking to perpetuate the barbaric laws of thought control?" Bombay English newspaper, The Bombay Chronicle, defunct, June 21, 1946.
Lohia had the unique distinction to be the first Indian leader to utter on Goa's soil that Goa was a part of India and it should be integrated with India forthwith. It was he who invoked the Indians to help their Goan brethren in their struggle for liberties. Lohia's first attempt at resistance was not at all for liberation. It was solely to secure civil liberties for the Goans. He had made it explicit in his Margão speech where he advised the Goans that even if they could not attain their freedom they must at least think and speak of freedom and organize themselves unitedly to fight for it (Bombay English newspaper, The Bombay Chronicle, defunct, June 21, 1946).

For the Portuguese GOvernment, Lohia's activities spelt anarchism; he excited the people and abused their hospitality. It argued that he was a stranger to the land and had absolutely no right to enter the territory (Letter of Senhor Dr. José Bossa, Governor-General of Portuguese India, to Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, dated July 18, 1946, as quoted from Diario da Noite; Pleadings before the International Court of Justice, Case Concerning The Right Of Passage Over Indian Territory, Portugal vs. India, Vol. I, p. 195). Its official view on liberty differed from the universal opinion prevailing in the democratic world. It believed that asbolute rights could not exist in civil life as the rights of one give place to the rights of the other specially those of the authority. It felt that the liberties of the Goans were not at all in peril but only the rebels put them in jeopardy for their own vested interests (Letter of Senhor Dr. José Bossa, Governor-General of Portuguese India, to Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, dated July 18, 1946, as quoted from Diario da Noite; Pleadings before the International Court of Justice, Case Concerning The Right Of Passage Over Indian Territory, Portugal vs. India, Vol. I, p. 195).

Lohia's resistance and the subsequent detention for a couple of days came as a shock to all in British India. He turned out to be the first non-Goan Indian to be jailed by the Portuguese. By his worthy and heroic deed, he had not only won the hearts of Goans and Indians, but his achievement was well appreciated even by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.

In his Harijan newspaper, Gandhi wrote:
"He has thereby rendered a service to the cause of civil liberty and especially to the Goans. The little Portuguese Settlement, which merely exists on the sufferance of the British Government, can ill afford to ape its bad manners. In Free India, Goa cannot be allowed to exist as a separate entity in opposition to the laws of the free State."Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Harijan, Ahmadabad, June 30, 1946.
Later, in a letter to Dr. José Bossa, Governor-General of Portuguese India, he wrote:
"He has lighted a torch which the inhabitants of Goa cannot, except at their peril, allow to be extinguished. Both you and the inhabitants of Goa should feel thankful to Lohia for lighting that torch."Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Harijan, Ahmadabad, August 11, 1946.
Though he gave all moral support to Lohia in his movement, Gandhi wanted the active participation of the Goans in it for its success. He wanted them to fight initially only for civil liberties. To him the broader issue of independence could be taken up in due course as India was yet to be free (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Harijan, Ahmadabad, July 28, 1946). He, therefore, advised the Goans to pursue their fight through non-violent and and also entirely open means. But at the same time, he sent a note of warning to the Portuguese Government not to overestimate the patience of the Goans.

He wrote openly to Dr. José Bossa that the Goans could afford to wait for some time till India achieved freedom. But no person or a group could thus remain without civil liberties without losing self-respect (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Harijan, Ahmadabad, August 11, 1946).

He went a step further and suggested to the Governor-General to recall all the African policemen, declare himself wholeheartedly for civil liberty and, if possible, even allow the Goans to constitute their own Government and invite from the mainland India more matured Indians to help the Goans as well as him in forming such a government (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Harijan, Ahmadabad, August 11, 1946).

Gandhi entertained hope that the Goans would attain freedom without any bloodshed. He believed that Portugal would not be able to depend on British arms aid to cling to Goa (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Harijan, Ahmadabad, June 30, 1946). He, therefore, appealed to Lisbon to recognize the signs of the times and come to honorable terms with the inhabitants of its colonies rathen than function on any treaty that might exist between it and the British Government (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Harijan, Ahmadabad, June 30, 1946). On the other hand, he advised the Goans to be fearless under the Portuguese rule and to avow the universal basic right of civil liberties. He struck at the very root of the Portuguese policy of divide et impera and said that the differences of religion among the Goans should be no hindrance to civil life in the region. According to him, religion should never become a bone of contention or quarrel between religious sects (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Harijan, Ahmadabad, June 30, 1946).

While Gandhi supported wholeheartedly Lohia's action in Goa, (the Indian) Prime Minister Nehru did not attach much importance to the Goa problem. According to him, there was absolutely no necessity for the move4ment in Goa as the Portuguese rule would wither away, the moment British rule came to an end in India (Marathi book, Ram Manohar Lohia, by Ms. Indumati Kelkar, Ruchi Publications, Poona, p. 103 f.). While expressing his reaction on the Civil Disobedience movement, he revealed in Bombay, July 10, 1946, that the Indian National Congress (Party) had been engrossed in the Indian freedom struggle and the leaders had no time to spare on the smaller movements. He felt that Goa was a small pimple on the beautiful face of India and it would not take more time to pinch it after India attained independence. But Lohia totally differed with Nehru on this count. He retorted that Goa might be a minor pimple but it was a pimpel that disfigured the face of India more than that other pimple of Kashmir (Press Statement, Bombay, July 10, 1946. See The Bombay Chronicle, July 15, 1945).

In fact, Nehru always presumed that the Portuguese would quit Goa without any hesitation as it would be impossible for them to survive without the goodwil of Britain. He said:
"Portuguese authority had existed in Goa not because of Portugese power but because of British power in India."Nehru, Press Conference, Bombay, July 10, 1946, Times of India, Bombay, July 11, 1946).
How far his analysis of the political situation was correct has been pointed out by the history. Prbably he presumed so because it was a time when British-Portuguese friendship was reaching new heights. This can be easily discerned from the public statement of British Admiral Syfret in the presence of Dr. Salazar:
"Portugal and Britain are closely united by bonds of maritime tradition and stong alliance which have remained steadfast and enduring for many centuries. The old alliance stands today firmer than ever before. It has proved the guiding light of our common history and a security to our lives and destinies."March 22, 1946. Goa's Freedom Struggle, Julião Meneses, Shivaji Printing Press, Bombay, p. 121.
M.R.A. Baig, former Consul representing British India (in Portuguese India) had revealed the mode of Nehru's thinking in unambiguous terms. He felt that the fate of princely states exercised Nehru's mind considerably. Nehru drew an analogy between the princely states and the colonies of Portugal and France. He believed that just as the removal of the props of British led to the downfall of the princely states, in the same way, Goa and Pondicherry would follow suit (In Different Saddles, Asia Publishing House, Bombay, 1967, pp. 206-207). Undoubtedly, there is much truth in Baig's revelation. N.V. Gadgil, Nehru's cabinet colleague in the 50s also bore this out. Nehru anticipated that the colonial problem of Portuguese India would also be resolved with no hindrances, particularly after India gained independence or when Indian liberation was a certainty (Government From Inside, Meenakshi Publications, Meerut, 1968, p. 94).

Lohia's views too were identical. For him, the agitation for civil resistance was only a fight for the right to express and think of freedom. In his speech at Margão, he had expressed:
"I am not asking you today to overthrow Portuguese rule. That will come in its own time."The Bombay Chronicle, June 21, 1946.
His utterances and movement had a tremendous impact not only on Indians but also on the Indian National Congress. Within seven weeks, at its meeting held in Wardha, on August 12, the Working Committee of the Indian National Congress (Party), in a resolution vehemently decried the highhandedness of the Portuguese Government and fully supported the Goans in their struggle for the establishment of civil liberties. It reminded the Portuguese Government that Goa had always been, and must inevitably continue to be, part of India. It must share in the freedom of the Indian people (Keesing's Contemporary Archives, 1946, p. 8081).

However, the Portuguese rulers paid no heed either to the advice of Gandhi or to the call of the Congress Working Committee. On the contrary, Lisbon issued a statement, July 30, 1946, assenting that Goa was an inseparable part of Portugal and its future could not be associated with India under any circumstances. It alleged that Indian newspapers were spreading hatred towards the Portuguese Government (Marathi periodical, Deepagriha, Bombay, Nov. 9, 1950, p. 22).

Further, the Portuguese Foreign Minister, Marcelo Caetano reiterated the Lisbon stand and praised Dr. José Bossa for his role in safeguarding the Portuguese culture, religion, customs and supremacy in Goa. He also expressed surprise at the 'Quit Goa' demand, allegedly by Goans (Interview in the Lisbon newspaper, O Diario Popular, August 8, 1946). The interpretation of Marcelo Caetano was a note of warning to the freedom-loving Goans as to what ws in store for them in future. The inspiration which they derived form Lohia activised them to prepare for the worst. They now refused to be silent spectators of the repression let loose by the Portuguese Government. They began to think of transforming the movement for civil liberties into struggle for freedom.

Lúcio Comments:

I find extremely TOUCHING the hysteric terror of Sri Xirodcar, of Sri Neanderthal Lohiajee and of Mahatma Pharisee Ghandijee, etc., that the Goans may seek and achieve independence before and apart from British India!

"Honorable" Traitors!

Originally posted on the GoanCenter list, as Message #675.

From: Lúcio Mascarenhas
Date: Wed Mar 16, 2005 4:04 pm
Subject: The "Honorableness" of A Premier Goan Traitor, Dr. Witless

On the specious site [] inflicted upon already suffering humanity, by the indomitable reveller-in-chief of vomit, Dr. Witless of the Banana Islands, [aka "Dr. Jose Colaco"], one is intrigued by the section called "Honorado Goans"

In this list of "Honorado Goans" is that illustrious never-do-well, Dr. Juliao Meneses, a man who never did even a single day's worth of productive work to earn his bread, but who, in his luxurious idleness, became the Devil's willing tool to subvert Goa and Goans (wherefore I justly style him a "Guttersnipe"), with two traitor-accomplices of our dear Dr. Witless providing a hagiography each (Juliao Meneses is that Socialist/Communist who invited that Bihari Neanderthal yokel, Lohia, in order to begin the Rape of Goa, so that Goa could be transformed into another Bihar!):

Ben Antao: Dr. Juliao Menezes
Dr. Juliao Menezes - a glimpse. Ben Antao.... One such forgotten "gatherer of wood" was Dr. Juliao Menezes. TGF thanks Ben Antao for letting us remember].... - 16k - Cached - Similarpages

Lino Leitao: Dr. Juliao Menezes
... Photo: 1999, Sheila Leitão Lino Leitao, 73, born in Varca, Salcete, was a student at Popular High School in Margao when Dr. Juliao Menezes and Dr. Ram Manohar ... - 28k - Cached - Similarpages
But this listing of Juliao Meneses as a "Honorado Goan" is rather incongruous when one considers the impudent response Dr. Witless gave to Dr. Meneses' chief pupil, Lamberto Mascarenhas, which I reproduce here for your consideration:

Message Message #18988
From: The Goan Forum <[email protected]>
Date: Sat Feb 12, 2005 2:26 pm
Subject: Too Late Mr. Lambert Mascarenhas. Snakes don't go anywhere.

Lambert Mascarenhas writing on 12 Feb 2005 in The Goan Observer magazine:


With such characterless, unreliable Congressmen and even if BJP manages to return to power, contradicting my earlier decision, I feel Goa must now have its own regional party to be formed by the Goa Su-Raj and Lok Shakti groups who have dedicated activists like Floriano Lobo, Datta Naik, Dr Francisco Colaco and others to lift Goa from the morass it is and will be.

This regional party, of our own, will not have to consult or run to Delhi or to hell to secure sanctions for its actions and decisions.
TGF response: Sorry Mr. Lambert Mascarenhas. Can't eat the cake and have it too.

Think about it.

If people like you hadn't gone to New Delhi, would the BJP and Congress be in Goa?

If the BJP and Congress were not in Goa, why would anyone HAVE to go to Delhi in 2005?

You are expecting others to NOW "lift Goa from the morass"?

Sorry guy. That is not how this thing works.

One reaps what one sows.

The time for regional parties was in 1961 — not now.

And, there were regional parties from 1963 onwards.

What happened to them?

Why did they fall apart?

WHO controlled the purse strings?

HOW was the expenditure of funds approved and by WHOM?

What did you, Mr. Mascarenhas as the editor of a newspaper and as publisher of a magazine write at the time?

Did you accept dissenting voices? or were you just as Salazarist as Salazar. There are new Salazarists in Goa today. They have learnt from the original master (Salazar of course.

You know who they are. They too know who they are.


What did you do when the Gorrment ruling Goa in 1962-1963 abolished (by decree) the communidades?

Did you (in 1963) advocate regional parties? Did you support them?

And NOW, you expect them to clean up the mess you'll helped create.

No Siree!

Will NOT happen.

You know how the saying goes Mr. Mascarenhas:
Don't Bring in the Snakes
To get rid of the Rats
Clean up the house
The rats will go
But don't bring in the Snakes
For snakes tend to Stay
                       ....And Multiply
                              ....And Bite!
Feb 12, 2005
And it it becomes to apparent that Dr. Witless, while decrying Lamberto's attempt to have his cake and eat it too, has been doing exactly that: trying to have his cake and eat it too!

Breath taking hypocrisy, what?


Ben Antao's Hagiography of the Guttersnipe Juliao Menezes

Page Source on the website of the traitor, Dr. Jose Colaco, "The Goan Forum": One Traitor's Hagiography of Another Traitor: Ben Antao on Dr. Juliao Meneses —

The traitor Ben Antao, having achieved the enslavement of Goa at Hindoo India's hands, takes refuge in Canada!

Ben Antao

[TGF foreword : Every 18th of June, the political humdums in Goa do their bit of speechifying and self glorification. In the process, they shower glory, gold and gum on the veteran Indian socialist leader, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia.  There is no doubt that Dr. Lohia was one of the sparks which led to the end of Portuguese colonialism. That he was.  But those who "gathered the wood" so that the spark would turn into fire......have been forgotten, we believe, very intentionally.  One such forgotten "gatherer of wood"  was Dr. Juliao Menezes.  TGF thanks Ben Antao for letting us remember ]
©2003 by Ben Antao, June 19, 2002

In 1959, I used to live in Bombay with Joe Fernandes, a first cousin of my first cousin from Zaino, Velim, in a two-room flat behind the Handloom House in the Fort area. At 40, Joe was still a bachelor and worked as a typist at the Sachivalaya, the Maharashtra government headquarters. I was 24 and worked in the accounts department of the Bombay Port Trust, while trying to break into journalism by doing freelance sports reporting for the Indian Express.

The next year I signed up for the M.A. program at the University of Bombay, thinking that my English specialty would help me become a better writer and also improve my chances of getting a job as a reporter. Because the post-graduate lectures were scheduled in the afternoon, I sought and got a transfer to the Docks section for the evening shift (5:30-11:30).

Joe liked to play cards after work and so did I. In the early years before I met Joe, I used to play rummy at the BPT sports club at Ballard Estate. Joe often invited me to play at the Sachivalaya cafeteria, which I did a few times.

And then he took me to meet a friend of his, Dr. Juliao Menezes.

As it turned out, Juliao also liked to play cards, mostly rummy. He too was a bachelor in his late forties and lived in a flat, opposite the Metro cinema, on the street leading to the Crawford Market.

The three of us played often at his flat and the doctor invited me to come any time I liked to play, even without the company of Joe. I was much touched by his gesture, especially as he was a doctor and I, a mere nobody.

"Come any time you feel like playing," he told me one day, after learning that I worked in the evening and was free during the day.

"Thank you," I said, "but I don't want to impose. You have to see your patients."

"Don't worry about that, I have no patients," he said.

That answer surprised me. While walking the kilometer or so back home, I asked Joe about his friend.

Joe filled me in on the doctor's background. Dr. Juliao was from Assolna and a friend of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia, the socialist MP. It was Juliao, who had taken Lohia to Margao, Goa on June 18, 1946.

"I've noticed that Juliao has lost every time we've played with him," I said. "He seems bored. How can he afford to lose like that? How can he find the time to play? What about his practice?"

"He's got lots of money," said Joe. "He doesn't need to practise."

"And he doesn't smoke either," I said, noting that he didn't seem to mind at all Joe's and my chain-smoking during play.

"Yes, he's quite a character, unique that way," said Joe.

I took Dr. Juliao up on his invitation and played cards with him, just the two of us, several times after that in 1960 and 1961. At this time, I was doing some freelance work for the Goan Tribune, the fortnightly magazine edited by Lambert Mascarenhas, and published to espouse the cause of Goa's liberation.

Now since August, 1955 when I joined a huge morcha (march) to the Sachivalaya to demand police action on the Goa government for its firing upon the peaceful, unarmed Indian satyagrahis, who had crossed the border into Goa on August 15, I had been actively following the political movement in the city. Morarji Desai, then the chief minister, dispersed the throng of protesters by having his police use teargas.

I became curious to find out all I could about Dr. Juliao Menezes, especially since he had remained quite aloof from the freedom movement in Bombay.

I found Dr. Juliao to be extremely kind and polite. He had a serene angular face, with gray hair and intelligent eyes. When he played rummy with me, he seemed dreadfully bored and didn't care that card I picked. He would throw out cards that another player might not have, knowing the previous card I had picked. He played at a fast pace-drew a card from the deck, glanced at it for a second and discarded it. His style of playing was in contrast to anything I had seen at BPT over the previous four years. I thought of Joe and of what he had said — the doctor was a unique character alright.

After a while, I got the sense that he was holding on to the cards that were dealt to him and if the card that he picked did not fit the pattern in his hand, he discarded it. This would be a formidable strategy in a game among five players, I thought, but not between two. So he lost most of the time.

"How much do I owe you?" he asked me one day.

"Nothing," I said, realizing that he was more often than not just suffering me because of his boredom.

"Oh, no, you've to take what you've won," he said and quickly counted the points. The stakes were a paisa a point, mere trifles for him.

Accepting the twenty-five rupees, I said casually, "Joe was telling me you are a friend of Dr. Lohia."

A kind smile lit up his face and sparkled in his dark eyes. "Yes," he said, "we were in university together in Germany."

"Now he's a member of parliament, a socialist. Are you also a socialist?"

He smiled again and paused, as if deciding whether to tell me the truth or not, for I had heard that he was a communist. "Yes," he said nodding his serene head.

"Do you keep in touch with Lohia at all?"

"Not anymore," he said.

"You did a brave thing, though, bringing him to Goa."

"I felt strong about politics then. He was a good friend of mine and I knew if anyone could disturb the peace in Goa, he could. So I invited him and he came with me."

"How did you manage to escape?"

"I went underground for a couple of days and then slipped out of Goa."

"By train?"

"Can't tell you that."


"It was so long ago, I don't care for it." Then he gave me his benign smile to indicate my self-initiated interview was over.

Dr. Juliao had an M.D. from Berlin University, but as far as I knew he didn't have a regular medical practice. Afterwards, I learned from Vasant Nevrekar, who wrote about Dr. Lohia in his memoir, that he was a dermatologist.

On another occasion, I said, "How come you're not married, doctor?"

He shook his head. "You lose your freedom that way."

I had to control my fit of laughter and I did, for he was quite serious. I wondered if he was trying to tell me something, but I didn't pursue it.

"You've a lot to contribute to the freedom movement. But I don't see you at any public meetings." I refrained from mentioning names like A. Soares, T.B. Cunha, Roque Correia-Afonso, Dr. Laura D'Souza, and J.M. D'Souza. Interestingly enough, in Bombay at that time, Goan Hindus were not in the vanguard of the freedom struggle; they were aligned with Maharashtra and they looked upon Konkani as a dialect of Marathi.

"That's not for me," he said. "Too much politics. I have done my part."

I took the hint that he didn't wish to continue this discussion. "That's some part you played, getting Lohia into Goa. You're a hero," I told him.

"No, no," he said, "there are no heroes." He paused and glanced at the window through which the afternoon May sunlight was streaking. "Want to play another game?"

"No, thanks. Think I'll leave."

"Bye now, come again," he said, straightening down the white undershirt he had worn that day.

©2003 by Ben Antao, June 19, 2002
First written in Aug. 1999, and revised on June 19, 2003

On Misplaced Priorities

Page Source. By Irene Heredia, Reis Magos, Goa, Letter to the Editor, The Navhind Times July 16, 2003, p. 10. Posted on the Goacom Forum by by the anti-Goan and quislingist organisation, "Goa Desc" <[email protected]>.

I write this in support of the article titled 'Developing Film Societies in Goa' by Ervell Menezes (Spotlight, July 10), as also to support Mr Lambert Mascarenhas' fervent plea to drop the idea of an IFFI centre at Goa.

Do we need this 'white elephant' in Goa when there are so many more urgent issues to be addressed and where, according to Mr Menezes, people do not have a trace of 'cine literacy' so essential for such a project?

What do knowledgeable experts in the profession, not the industry have to say? Or is it meant to showcase the BJP's 'good governance' in the state and at the Centre in a pre-election year?

The latest United Nations report on human development lauds India's performance in the economic, social and educational spheres, as well in reducing the poverty line. But in the health sector, it gives the country just 0.9 per cent. Is this situation not reflected in Goa as well, recently adjudged the best state in the country?

We are told that the bulk of the funds will come from the Centre and that Goa will pay the smaller amount. Even this will run into crores which will come out of the taxpayer's pocket. And what will he get for it, but some more indirect taxes to sustain this showpiece.

Another Bastard-Traitor Outs Himself!

Nasty-Pig Confesses Criminal Complicity In Hindoo India's Rape of Catholic Goa, His Motherland!

Thanks to the Goan Patriot Bernardo da Macao for the tip!
From: "Bernado Colaco" <[email protected]>
To: [email protected], [email protected]
Date: Sat, 25 Jun 2005 05:58:28 +0100 (BST)
Subject: RE: [Goanet] Freedom Fighters.


So you have shown your true colours. You were part of the bharati criminal gang that has screwed Goa. Today you live in Australia having abandoned your 'dreams' to dogs.

Bernardo Colaco
--- Nasci Caldeira <[email protected]> wrote:
Hi all,

I agree with Tom and Carolina, that Dr. Wilie, whateve else he may be, is not a 'casteist'; I also agree that 'Freedom Fighter' is a matter of interpretation.

Accordingly I announce myself as a 'Freedom Fighter'. I have never stated such a claim before. However I will not make any claim for special awards or pensions or any favors from the Govt. or the Community, unlike the many (fake?) freedom fighters who have added their names to the list during Mr. Parrikar's torrid communal reign.

At the time when Morarji Dessai was Chief Mantri of the earstwhile Bombay State, a meeting was convened, at Green's Hotel, at Apollo Bunder, Bombay. The Forum was titled: "Focus On Goa". Green's Hotel was where the new Taj Tower Bldg. (i.e. "Taj Inter-Continental Hotel", adjacent to the old Hotel Taj Mahal — Lúcio) now stands. It had beautiful views of the Gateway of India, and the harbour; this was the time when Bombay was really and truly beautiful; unlike now, when one has to run far and wide in search of beauty unencumbered(Who soiled Bombay? It is you, traitors, cultivators and brown-nosers of the haughty pagans, who egged them on in their rebellion against their lawful government, so that they have made all India into a pig-sty, as also Occupied Goa, and you cowards — yourself, Pundalik Gaitonde, Ben Antao, etc. — flee to live abroad in Portugal, England, the U.S., Canada, Australia, etc.! — Lúcio)! I was present at this forum and the nationalist ("Nationalist"? What Nationalist? What "Nation" did that represent? India, that conglomeration of nations with ancient mutual animosities? Or the Jewish masters of the Freemasons? — Lúcio) in me had me support and vote for the actions as a whole, taken at its conclusion.

At this meeting were present, besides the Chief Minister, Valerian Cardinal Gracious (i.e. The Traitor and Apostate Valeriano "Gracias", "Gracious" is a corruption of the original Portuguese. But thanks — for you are the first traitor to confess the part of the Traitor Gracias in the Rape of Goa! — Lúcio), Prof. Aloysius Soares, Prof. Armand Menezes, Prof. Roque Correa Afonso, Dr. Simon Fernandes who at one time was Mayor of Bombay (Interim Mayor, a ceremonial position, as a stopgap for a week! This is the mess of potage for which he betrayed Catholic Goa! — Lúcio); among others whose names I cannot recollect, right now, (and sadly I was surprised there were no hindus from Goa) (Were you really surprised? You knew well enought that they acted as if they were and are a nation separate from the majority Goan Catholics, and that their loyalties lay unquestioningly with India, and that they formed the largest segment of the rebels and traitors — the Azad Gomantak Dal, the Goa Congress, etc! You are a liar and a hypocrite in your pretenses! — Lúcio); and a host of other small people like me.

It was concluded at this forum, that instead of waiting for the Govt. to send an army, to liberate Goa; the people volunteers should walk into Goa peacefully; that was called 'Sathyagraha'! This was the first ever effort made publicly to discuss the regime in Goa and bring about freedom. I had also secretly enrolled to go into Goa and get views etc from the local people, so as to gauge the public opinion on this; and we had to go thru the south of Goa, via Majali, in Karwar, on foot, thru no man's land et al (And yet you have neither the guts nor the honesty to confess that when you entered Goa, you found the people tranquil and well content with their government! — Lúcio).

Within a month or two, came into being the first 'Sathyagrahis' marching in; and who were the sathyagrahis? they were the unemployed poor people from Maharastra, not Goa (Ah! Thanks for this confession! This is the first time a traitor has confessed this fact, which the Patriots have been insisting upon for so long — the vast majority of the 'Satyagrahis' were beggars from Bombay, paid the then princely sum of Rs. 50/- each to attempt the invasion and occupation of Goa! — Lúcio), and the Portuguese (Again, you lie when you say "Portuguese", as if they were White Portuguese from Iberia, when in fact they were composed, 99%, of Goan volunteers organized into militias by the Governador-Geral Senhor Paulo Benard Guedes! — Lúcio) had no trouble after giving adequate warnings, to fire at these people and martyr them (If intruders, trespassers, robbers and dacoits are warned to desist, and disobey, and are fired upon and killed, does that make them martyrs, vile hypocrite? — Lúcio). This is the infamous incident of 'Do Do Marg' (i.e., Incident of Goan police firing on Indian intruders at the "Doda Marog" checkpost — Lúcio)! Then came in Nehru with his insulting words to a rep. of the Time Mazagine (What was that? I am not aware of this incident, and would love to be informed! — Lúcio) and so on it went, until the day Krishna Menon's army marched in. Peaceful march ("Peaceful March", you hypocrite? Why do you not lot not have the guts to tell the truth? What about the preliminary invasion and occupation of the Nizampur Checkpost, designed to probe Goan military strength? — Lúcio) soon turned into warlike action (War commenced unilaterally by India, and by the bombing of civilian airports and aircrafts at Dabolim, Damao and Dio, as the terrorist Indian Air Force itself openly boasts on its website! — Lúcio) and finally war!

See, I can also call myself a Freedom Fighter too!

Nasci Caldeira

Comments of Another Goan Patriot:
It was in 1954 that Cardinal Gracias had started activizing himself and others on the Goa issue. In December 1954, after the midnight Christmas Mass at the Cooperage Grounds, a short distance away from the new Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, a caricature was distributed by Goan patriots at the gates.

The caricature showed an innocent Goan girl being offered a garland by a vicious-looking Indian woman; in the garland was concealed a noose with the end in Nehru's hands.

The Indian woman offered the garland with the words: 'ghe, ghe, ghe ghe, ghe' (Concannim = "Take, take....") and the Goan girl responded: 'Maka naka go' ("I do not want").

Watching the episode was the cardinal in full pontificals, mitre and staff included, flanked by two papal knights who had discarded their regalia and standing on a book 'Spirit of Xavier' and wearing the Hindu dhoti (Loin-cloth) and the Hindu "sacred threads" signifying the 'caste' to which they still claimed to belong.

The cardinal was shown praying:"Oremus ut regnum Nehru sit semper nobiscum" ("Let us pray that the reign of Nehru be always with us") and the knights responded: "Quod nunc sumus sicut eramus in principio" ("For now we are as we were in the begining").

It was the era before Vatican II when Latin was still the official language of the Church.


©Lúcio Mas, formerly "Prakash". June 25, 2005.
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