So what is the difference between my rights and those of a low cast Hindu?
How can this be the case in present day UK law? Well, when you think about it, it is interesting to see that the barely elected UK government is very much into class discrimination and that caste discrimination is only another low-key version of their own policies. For some odd reason, the 'compliant quisling', Nick Clegg seems to have nothing to say on the topic in spite of the expectations of the people who voted for his party at the last election.
Since Clegg has complied with the Tory government for several years now, isn't it time for him to impose some LibDem policies? Many of my readers have hoped for evidence that he actually does have a backbone in spite of the present evidence.
Maybe support is at hand from the United Nations. Earlier this year the UN Human Rights Council increased the pressure on the British Government by calling on it to "develop a national strategy to eliminate caste discrimination, including the immediate adoption of the clause in the Equality Act … in accordance with its international human rights obligations".
So why hasn't it happened yet?
Nick Cohen has some views on the subject here at The Guardian.
What do you think?