Here are some frequently asked questions about this website.


What is the Red Pill?

According to dictionary.com, the Red Pill is a reference to the 1999 cult classic film, The Matrix. There’s a scene early on in the movie in which the main character, Neo, is offered two pills: a red one and a blue one. The red pill represents an awakening, but one that could be difficult and painful. Neo’s world will be changed uncomfortably if he takes the red pill, but he’ll be made aware of the truth of the world. The blue pill represents comfort and security. If he takes the blue pill, he’ll continue to live in blissful ignorance.

This way of viewing truth has been applied recently to the men's rights movement, which coined the phrase "taking the red pill."  The term Red Pill is also often used by those in the alternative right (or alt-right) to refer to the idea that their utopia of racial separatism and/or white supremacy.

In this context, we are merely using the red pill to understand the world and share strategies on how to thrive.

 


Why is a Hindu Website aligning with white supremacists?

We do not at all support or advocate for the positions of white supremacists, but we recognize the areas in which they speak truths that have been suppressed by the mainstream media.


What is the purpose of this blog?

Our purpose in starting this blog is to create a platform for Hindus and Indians to speak frankly about the challenges they face in restoring Hindu civilization.  This blog focuses on several core areas:

  1. Politics: What impact do political developments in India and abroad have on the survival and preservation of Hindu civilization?
  2. Hindu Identity: How should the modern, realistic thinker interpret the ancient wisdom from Hindu civilization?  What does the rise of nationalism mean for Hindus?
  3. Technology: We are entering an age of technological disruption.  What does the rise of potential sentient artificial intelligence mean for Hindu ideology?  How will automation impact employment prospects among the vast unskilled labor force in India?  How can we use technologies such as blockchain and alternative energy to move India forward and gain advantage over our competitors?
  4. Self Improvement: In order for Hindus to achieve greatness, we must also be improving ourselves.  We will also discuss topics from fashion, to social skills, to fitness, to discuss how you can be the best Indian possible.