The threat of totalitarian theocracy engulfing the land is looming lethal and large on the socio-political landscape of India. It is not only the minorities, the putative “others”, who are targeted as victims but also all kinds of dissenters and independents. This is where the nation appears hanging on the brink of an abyss. The fact is, both demographically and ideologically, it is not the non-Hindus or the independents who are in a minority. It is the fascists, swaddled in saffron, who constitute the minority. And, to overcome this handicap, the saffron minority, like all fascist formations in history, resorts to massive vandalism and violence on a regular basis. Sowing division and discord, therefore, is essential to its unholy project, entailing social disruption and endangering national security.