The takeaway for India is that the public and the government have to be united on the Muslim problem. Notice that Japan has an iron wall around itself on this issue, which MEANS that Muslims lack the capability and permission to come in and overwhelm the country. When a country is this unified, then the world understands that there is no sense criticizing it because it will not allow Muslim immigration in. This is the lesson for India: the more pride and strength there is in national heritage, the less able are the unemployed able to enter your country, and the less able are the foreigners to impose its culture upon the host culture. If you do not have a strong national identity and culture heritage, then you have NO means of defense to prevent your host culture from being taken over and defeated. It is happening RIGHT NOW. The world that criticizes India on its “human rights” issues is taking advantage of the situation of a non-unified and distracted response, preventing it from being able to respond resolutely and clearly its position on the matter and being able to defend itself.