“The fact that large numbers of Hindus feel threatened by Muslims asserting themselves politically against the government shows how sick the majority community has become. To use this fact to suggest that Muslims need to modulate their assertion in ways that do not offend this offensive majority, which finds dissent against Hindu majoritarianism offensive, is even sicker. Yes, the Hindu-fascist regime will use all opposition against it to consolidate majoritarian support. That is the nature of fascism and it won’t change by anything that the resistance might say or do. Identifying what would appeal more to the fascists, and strategising around those factors for reducing the gap between fascist supporters and anti-fascists, is the exact opposite of the basic anti-fascist formula: “Fascism is not to be debated, it is to be smashed.” Anti-fascism increases the gap relentlessly and intransigently to the extent of making it impossible for society to function despite the polarising conflict caused by the existence of fascists.”

–Indian activist Satyadeep Satya