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Sunday, April 19, 2015

430 New buses kept in idle: TN Govt trying to hide the truth

PMK Founder Dr. S. Ramadoss Statement
430 New buses kept in idle:
TN Govt trying to hide the truth  
I mentioned in my earlier statement dated 06.03.2015 that 260 new buses purchased by the Tamil Nadu transport corporation are now kept idle at Transport Corporation’s depots awaiting reinstatement of Jayalalitha as Chief Minister. Since the buses are kept idle for more than 6 months the Government Transport Corporation have incurred a capital loss of Rs. 2.88 crores and revenue loss of Rs. 58.50 crores. 
Further to this, a news article was published in a biweekly magazine. Answering to a query raised by the author of the article regarding non-utilisation of buses procured with crores of rupees, the Transport Ministry stated‘It is not possible to start plying the buses after completion of work on just 10 buses. At least 400 buses should be ready before commencing operation. The trade unions are spreading false news with the intention of maligning us. This is not true’. By saying this the Transport Ministrywas trying to make it appear as if only 10 buses are kept idle without utilisation. This is like hiding a wholePumpkin in food.
In the beginning of March only 260 buses were kept idle at Transport corporations’ depots. It had increased gradually and as on 15.04.2015 a total of 430 buses are kept idle. Of this more than two hundred buses are kept idle for 9 months, i.e since August 2014. In the depots attached to Kumbakonam division alone 51 buses are kept idle. Since the buses are parked in the open they are damaged by rain and sun and will be damaged soon.
Since 430 buses are kept idle for 2 to 9 months the total loss incurred by way of interest, quarterly taxes, wear and tear works out to Rs. 4.64 crores and the revenue loss about Rs. 91.35 crores. On the other hand the retired employees of the Government Transport Corporations are not given pension benefits for the past 3 years and Government buses are confiscated by courts for not giving compensation for deaths due to accidents caused by the Corporation buses. The reason for these situations is said to be lack of funds. It is only prudent to operate the buses which are ready for deployment to improve the financial situation. Instead of doing this essential work, the attitude of awaiting the release of a person convicted for corruption to come back and swornas Chief Minister to inaugurate the operation of these buses is highly condemnable. 
Chennai Metro Rail Scheme, Chennai Koyambedu Grains Market, number of completed buildings, completed drinking water schemes and thousands of other public welfare schemes are awaiting Jayalalitha’s verdict without usage. Jayalalitha was punished by a court of law for corruption and she is compelled to face the trial and punishment. Why should the common man be punished by holding of welfare schemes?
Those who had forgotten their duties to the people and waste their time in fawning will be punished by the people of Tamil Nadu in the coming assembly elections.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

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Monday, April 6, 2015

Mahatma Gandhi on Conversion

Mahatma Gandhi on Conversion

            Gandhiji was not awarded the Nobel peace prize because he refused to be converted. Now that missionaries are spreading their tentacles far and wide in India converting people by allurement, inducement and fraud (In the north east killings and threats are becoming commonplace) Gandhiji's message is all the more relevant in understanding and reacting to this problem. Missionary Terrorism will become as dangerous as Islamic terrorism if ignored. Please read & distribute.

Compiled by Swami Aksharananda
(Track No. 010119.1, Jan. 19, 2001)

I Call Myself a Sanatani Hindu

            I call myself a Sanatani Hindu, because I believe in the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Puranas, and all that goes by the name of Hindu scripture, and therefore in avataras and rebirth; I believe in the varnashrama dharma in a sense, in my opinion strictly Vedic but not in its presently popular and distorted crude sense; I believe in the protection of cow. I do not disbelieve in murti puja. (Young India: June 10, 1921)

Why I am Not a Convert

            Hinduism as I know it entirely satisfies my soul, fills my whole being. When doubts haunt me, when disappointments stare me in the face, and when I see not one ray of light on the horizon, I turn to the Bhagavad Gita, and find a verse to comfort me; and I immediately begin to smile in the midst of overwhelming sorrow. My life has been full of tragedies and if they have not left any visible and indelible effect on me, I owe it to the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita. (Young India: June 8, 1925)

I Disbelieve in Conversion

            I disbelieve in the conversion of one person by another. My effort should never to be to undermine another's faith. This implies belief in the truth of all religions and, therefore, respect for them. It implies true humility. (Young India: April 23, 1931)

Conversion: Impediment to Peace

            It is impossible for me to reconcile myself to the idea of conversion after the style that goes on in India and elsewhere today. It is an error which is perhaps the greatest impediment to the world's progress toward peace. Why should a Christian want to convert a Hindu to Christianity? Why should he not be satisfied if the Hindu is a good or godly man? (Harijan: January 30, 1937)

No Such Thing as Conversion

            I believe that there is no such thing as conversion from one faith to another in the accepted sense of the word. It is a highly personal matter for the individual and his God. I may not have any design upon my neighbour as to his faith which I must honour even as I honour my own. Having reverently studied the scriptures of the world I could no more think of asking a Christian or a Musalman, or a Parsi or a Jew to change his faith than I would think of changing my own. (Harijan: September 9, 1935)

No Conversion Designs Upon Me

            I am not interested in weaning you from Christianity and making you Hindu, and I do not relish your designs upon me, if you had any, to convert me to Christianity. I would also dispute your claim that Christianity is the only true religion. (Harijan: June 3, 1937)

Conversion

            Conversion must not mean denationalization. Conversion should mean a definite giving up of the evil of the old, adoption of all the good of the new and a scrupulous avoidance of everything evil in the new. Conversion, therefore, should mean a life of greater dedication to one's country, greater surrender to God, greater self-purification. (Young India: August 20, 1925)

Aping of Europeans and Americans

            As I wander about through the length and breath of India I see many Christian Indians almost ashamed of their birth, certainly of their ancestral religion, and of their ancestral dress. The aping of Europeans by Anglo-Indians is bad enough, but the aping of them by Indian converts is a violence done to their country and, shall I say, even to their new religion. (Young India: August 8, 1925)

Why Should I Change My Religion

            I hold that proselytisation under the cloak of humanitarian work is unhealthy to say the least. It is most resented by people here. Religion after all is a deeply personal thing. It touches the heart.

            Why should I change my religion because the doctor who professes Christianity as his religion has cured me of some disease, or why should the doctor expect me to change whilst I am under his influence? (Young India: April 23, 1931)

Missionary Aim: Uprooting Hinduism

            My fear is that though Christian friends nowadays do not say or admit it that Hindu religion is untrue, they must harbour in their breast that Hinduism is an error and that Christianity, as they believe it, is the only true religion. So far as one can understand the present (Christian) effort, it is to uproot Hinduism from her very foundation and replace it by another faith. (Harijan: March 13,1937)

Undermining People's Faith

            The first distinction I would like to make between your missionary work and mine is that while I am strengthening the faith of people, you (missionaries) are undermining it. (Young India: November 8, 1927)

Physician Heal Yourself

            Conversion nowadays has become a matter of business, like any other. India (Hindus) is in no need of conversion of this kind. Conversion in the sense of self-purification, self-realization is the crying need of the times. That however is never what is meant by proselytization. To those who would convert India (Hindus), might it not be said, "Physician, heal yourself." (Young India: April 23, 1931)

Missionaries: Vendors of Goods

            When the missionary of another religion goes to them, he goes like a vendor of goods. He has no special spiritual merit that will distinguish him from those to whom he goes. He does however possess material goods which he promises to those who will come to his fold. (Harijan: April 3, 1937)

If I had the Power and Could Legislate.

            If I had the power and could legislate, I should stop all proselytizing. In Hindu households the advent of a missionary has meant the disruption of the family coming in the wake of change of dress, manners, language, food and drink . (November 5, 1935)

The Only Begotten Son of God?

            I regard Jesus as a great teacher of humanity, but I do not regard him as the only begotten son of God. That epithet in its material interpretation is quite unacceptable. Metaphorically we are all sons of God, but for each of us there may be different sons of God in a special sense. Thus for me Chaitanya may be the only begotten son of God. God cannot be the exclusive Father and I cannot ascribe exclusive divinity to Jesus. (Harijan: June 3, 1937)

Western Christianity Today

            It is my firm opinion that Europe (and the United States) does not represent the spirit of God or Christianity but the spirit of Satan. And Satan's successes are the greatest when appears with the name of God on his lips. (Young India: September 8, 1920)

            I consider western Christianity in its practical working a negation of Christ's Christianity. I cannot conceive Jesus, if he was living in flesh in our midst, approving of modern Christian organizations, public worship, or ministry. (Young India: September 22, 1921)

Christianity and Imperialistic Exploitation

            Christianity in India has been inextricably mixed up for the last one hundred and fifty years with British rule. It appears to us as synonymous with materialistic civilization and imperialistic exploitation by the stronger white races of the weaker races of the world. Its contribution to India has been, therefore, largely negative. (Young India: March 21, 1929)

No Room For Them

            In the manner in which they are working there would seem to be no room for them. Quite unconsciously they do harm to themselves and also to us. It is perhaps impertinent to say that they do harm to themselves, but quite pertinent to say that they do harm to us. They do harm to those amongst whom they work and those amongst whom they do not work, i.e., the harm is done to the whole of India. The more I study their activities the more sorry I become. It is a tragedy that such a thing should happen to the human family. (Harijan: December 12, 1936)

Outrage!

            Only the other day a missionary descended on a famine area with money in his pocket, distributed it among the famine stricken, converted them to his fold, took charge of their temple, and demolished it. This is outrageous. (Harijan: November 5, 1937)

Let the Hindu be a Better Hindu

            I came to the conclusion long ago that all religions were true and also that all had some error in them, and whilst I hold by my own, I should hold others as dear as Hinduism. So we can only pray, if we are Hindus, not that a Christian should become a Hindu. But our innermost prayer should be a Hindu should be a better Hindu, a Muslim a better Muslim, a Christian a better Christian. (Young India: January 19, 1928)

Welcome Them Back

            If a person through fear, compulsion, starvation, or for material gain or consideration goes over to another faith, it is a misnomer to call it conversion. Most cases of conversion have been to my mind a false coin. I would therefore unhesitatingly re-admit to the Hindu fold all such repentants without much ado. If a man comes back to the original branch, he deserves to be welcomed in so far as he may deem to have erred, he has sufficiently purged himself of it when he repents his error and retraces his steps. (Collected Works: Vol. 66, pp. 163-164)

NOTE: As a Hindu courtesy, please acknowledge Swami Aksharanandaji who compiled this information and Vidya Bharati, New York who produced it. Please circulate as widely as possible.



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Sunday, April 5, 2015

Fifth Column: Meaningless hysterics

Fifth Column: Meaningless hysterics
Tavleen Singh

If anything should remind us that ‘communalism’ has not increased since Narendra Modi became Prime Minister it is the Hashimpura judgment. For me it brought back horrible memories of ‘secular’ times when almost every year there were massacres of helpless minority groups, often with the shameful complicity of the State. Hashimpura was especially horrific because the 42 Muslim men whose bullet-ridden bodies were flung into the Ganga canal on the night of May 22, 1987, were in the custody of the Uttar Pradesh paramilitary force Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC). The story would perhaps never have been told if a handful of those arrested in Hashimpura that night had not survived by pretending to be dead. I went to Hashimpura soon after the massacre and they told me how the PAC men had opened fire on them while they were still in the truck. The youngest of those who died was 13 years old.

At the time, UP had a Congress chief minister and the prime minister was Rajiv Gandhi. But they cannot alone be blamed for the killers never having been punished. In the past 27 years, there have been many ‘secular’ governments in Delhi and Lucknow who have gone out of their way to obstruct justice. This is why the trial has taken so long, and now there is every chance that the killers will go free for want of evidence.

Keep Hashimpura in mind and remember all those other massacres under ‘secular’ leaders, and the 10-month record of the ‘merchant of death’ from Gujarat may seem like a time of great communal harmony. There have been no massacres of Christians, Muslims, Sikhs or Dalits since Narendra Modi took office. The only serious ethnic violence has occurred in Congress-ruled Assam, but you would not know this if you paid attention to the talking heads on prime time television or the plaintive editorials in our newspapers. You would instead believe that India is on the verge of being torn asunder by armies of Hindu fanatics.

It is true that there is no shortage of fanatics. It is true also that two or three of the worst kind have found their way into the Cabinet of Narendra Modi and have disgraced his government by making the sort of statements only fanatics can make. But does this justify the hysteria that we see today in the Christian community? Does it justify those endless street protests, those priests coming on national television nightly to warn of apocalypse or the alarming statement by Julio Ribeiro that he saw India going the way of Pakistan?

It is true that more is expected of India than of, for example, Kenya, where 150 Christian students were massacred last week by Islamist fanatics. But can we get some perspective here please? On the day of this terrible incident, most Indian newspapers had on their front pages the story of Giriraj Singh saying that Sonia Gandhi would not have been accepted by the Congress as its leader if she had been Nigerian. Having said something similar myself, may I be really politically incorrect and say this is sadly true.

To get back though to the prophecies of doom and gloom that have filled the media since Modi became Prime Minister, can we remember that the worst communal violence in India occurred under the ‘secular’ rule of the Gandhi dynasty? Modi has been rightly criticised for not controlling the violence in 2002, but even in Gujarat there is a long history of many worse riots under ‘secular’ Congress governments.

Yet not even when the streets of Delhi were littered with the bodies of Sikhs in 1984 were there the sort of hysterical predictions about the end of tolerance that we have heard in the past 10 months. So it is time for a little rationality. Time to admit that no amount of ‘ghar wapsi’ merits the alarmism of secular hacks and activists. And not a single attack on a church merits the protests from candle-bearing Christians we now see almost daily in the streets of our cities. The exception is the one in West Bengal in which a nun was raped, but can we remember that the chief minister of this state wears her secular credentials woven into the folds of her sari?

At the risk of sounding alarmist myself, may I say that there are signs that the hysteria that is being whipped up over communal tensions is deliberate? It is beginning to seem more and more like a very clever plot to make sure that the Prime Minister’s agenda of ‘vikas’ and ‘parivartan’ fails. The Congress’s hysterics over changes in the land acquisition Bill are part of this plot because if there is one thing that will end the Dynasty’s endless rule, it is the possibility of Modi bringing real change.


TamilNadu Cheif Minister O.Panneer Selvam speech during Joint Conference of the Chief Ministers and Chief Justices of High Courts

Speech delivered by Thiru O. Panneerselvam, Hon’ble Chief Minister of

Tamil Nadu during the Joint Conference of the Chief Ministers of the

States and Chief Justices of the High Courts on 5.4.2015 at New Delhi.

Vanakkam

Under the guidance of our visionary leader Puratchi Thalaivi

Amma who always thinks for the betterment and the needs of the people

of Tamil Nadu, our Government has always been implementing people

welfare oriented programmes in all spheres including the Judiciary.

The Conference of Chief Ministers and Chief Justices organized

periodically definitely paves the way for a better understanding of the

needs of the Judiciary.  Decisions are arrived at, based on the

deliberations made at the Conference so as to ensure that the State could

provide adequate funds for the implementation of the resolutions made

therein. Our revered leader Puratchi Thalaivi Amma and the

Government of Tamil Nadu always accord the highest priority for ensuring

speedy affordable justice to the poor and vulnerable sections of society.

With the above objective in mind, our Government has always

made adequate provision of funds for the judiciary.

In the State Budget for the year 2015-2016 a sum of Rs.809.70 crores

has been provided for the Judiciary.  In the past four years a sum of

Rs.375 crores has been sanctioned for improving the infrastructure

required by the judiciary, including construction of court buildings,

residential quarters and provision of other infrastructure. Under the

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benevolent leadership of Puratchi Thalaivi Amma adequate funds were

allotted for the provision of infrastructure by which Tamil Nadu can

proudly declare that out of 986 Subordinate Courts functioning in the

State,  87.78% are located in their own buildings and only 12.22%  are

located in rented premises.A sum of Rs.157.44 crores is required for

completing the construction of the remaining court buildings. The State

Government has also been making adequate provision of funds for the

construction of new buildings.

In fact, under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme for judicial

infrastructure, no funds were released to Tamil Nadu in the years

2010-11 and 2011-12.  It was only after our effective follow-up action

that a sum of Rs.19.53 crores was released to the State for the year

2012-13 and Rs.73.43 crores for the year 2013-14. It is requested that

the same allocation may be made for the next two years also to enable

Tamil Nadu to construct own buildings for all courts in the State by the

year 2017.

Our Government recognises the fact that with growth in population

there is a need to constitute more courts. In the last four financial years,

our Government has ordered the constitution of 170 new courts in all,

including 65 Special Courts for land acquisition, motor vehicles accident

compensation etc., 46 Family and Mahila Courts, 26 Judicial Magistrate

Courts and District Munsif Courts. In addition our Government has

sanctioned 90 evening courts over and above the 53 evening courts which

are already functioning.

Recognising the need for recruiting more judges in

Tamil Nadu, we have recruited 178 civil judges in the year 2012-13. This

has drastically brought down the number of vacancies in the lower

judiciary. A similar recruitment of 162 Civil Judges is under progress.

Similarly, to enhance the performance of the subordinate judiciary,

35 posts of Court Managers have been sanctioned by the State

Government for assisting the National Court Management System

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(NCMS). They have also been provided with Laptops and supporting staff

for their effective functioning. Further, under the e-Courts Mission Mode

Project, 799 Courts have been provided with hardware items such as,

computers, servers, UPS, mono laser printers, dot matrix printers,

scanners, etc. Our Government has also sanctioned a sum of 1.04 crore

rupees for purchase of Computers and other peripherals for the use of the

Madras High Court for the year 2013-2014. Our Government has also

sanctioned a sum of Rs.3.20 crores in the year 2014-2015 for purchase of

computers and other peripherals for the use of Madras High Court and its

Madurai Bench.

To facilitate effective functioning of the subordinate courts and to

ensure uninterrupted power supply, for the first time our Government has

sanctioned generators for 173 courts at a cost of Rs.17.72 crores during

the year 2014-2015.

Our Government has proposed that all prisons and criminal courts in

the State are equipped with video conferencing facilities to do away with

the need for production of accused for remand hearings. Sanction has

been accorded for Video Conferencing facilities in 169 locations including

Prisons and Jails and 352 Courts in this State.

As a result of the efforts taken by our Government,

Tamil Nadu is undoubtedly today the leading State in attaining the goal of

equality before law for women and has emerged as a State where women

feel safe and secure. Under the leadership of our revered leader Puratchi

Thalaivi Amma, Tamil Nadu had pioneered the setting up of All Women

Police Stations in India more than 20 years ago in 1992.  Today, an All

Women Police Station is functioning in every Police

sub-division in Tamil Nadu. In 2002, a separate legislation viz., The Tamil

Nadu Prohibition of Harassment of Women (Amendment) Act, 2002, was

enacted under which the punishment in cases of sexual harassment was

made more severe.

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Pursuant to the rape and death of a young woman in New Delhi,

two years ago, our resolute leader Puratchi Thalaivi Amma had

announced a fresh set of strong measures for the protection of women by

which investigation of cases relating to sexual violence against women is

carried out by Women Police under the direct supervision of a Deputy

Superintendent of Police. 42 Fast Track Mahila Courts have been set up to

cover all the districts in the State to try offences against women. Special

Training seminars on the provision of laws for the protection of women

and proper method of investigating sexual crimes are being imparted in

the Police Training Institutions.

The Tamil Nadu State Judicial Academy has also been requested to

provide training on various aspects relating to gender issues periodically,

and we are happy to note that the course curriculum at the Academy

includes also ‘Gender Justice’ which is being imparted in the Induction

programmes, Refresher courses and Advanced Training which are

conducted regularly. A two-day Special Programme for all District Judges

and Chief Judicial Magistrates was conducted on 15th and

16th June 2013, at the Judicial Academy relating to ‘Women Empowerment

and Gender Justice’. In the Refresher Programme for Civil Judges topics

pertaining to women and children and more particularly subjects on

sensitizing the officers on Gender Justice, were included.

Our Government has also set up a Juvenile Justice Board under

section 4 of the Juvenile Justice Act in every District of State.  In addition,

District Child Protection Societies have been formed in all the Districts of

the State under the Integrated Child Protection Scheme (ICPS) and 1507

Child care institutions have been registered under section 34 of the Act.

Our Government has also constituted the Tamil Nadu Commission for

Protection of Child Rights. In order to improve the condition of the Child

care institutions and to ensure their welfare, our Government has

sanctioned a total amount of Rs.7.59 crores for strengthening the

protection walls of the Child care institutions, providing for vocational

training, strengthening infrastructural facilities, sports materials, woollen

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sweaters, welcome kits, power generators, solar energy equipments and

surveillance cameras. Provision has also been made for washing

machines, water purifiers and modern kitchen equipment.  

       Our Government has also taken steps to strengthen the Alternative

Dispute Resolution mechanisms. The Alternative Dispute Resolution

Centre in the High Court premises has been constructed at a cost of

Rs.4.20 crores.  Construction of 29 more Centres in the District

Headquarters has also been sanctioned. An additional sum of Rs.1.95

crores was sanctioned towards improvement of infrastructure facility for

the Alternative Dispute Resolution Centre in the High Court campus. The

system of Lok Adalats and Mega Lok Adalats, another alternative dispute

resolution mechanism, has been strengthened in an exemplary manner in

our State. In the National Lok Adalat held on 23.11.2013, 13,77,252

cases were disposed of in the State for an award amount of

Rs.1140,32,91,487/- and in the National Lok Adalat held on 06.12.2014,

24,73,212 cases were disposed of for an award amount of

Rs.2081,48,73,918/-.  A sum of Rs.14.83 crores has been sanctioned

during the last four years for conducting the Lok Adalats, Mega Lok

Adalats and Legal Literacy Awareness camps. Our Government has also

specially sanctioned funds of Rs.5.43 crores for training in mediation

which has been imparted to judicial officers, advocates and mediators.

District Legal Services Authorities have been created in accordance with

the Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987 and the 10 posts of Secretaries

have so far been sanctioned for the District Legal Services Authorities.

Permanent Lok Adalats have been sanctioned in all the 32 Districts of the

State at a cost of Rs.7.70 crores.

Our Government would like to take this opportunity to strongly

reiterate a longstanding request voiced on behalf of the people of the

State of Tamil Nadu by our revered leader  Puratchi Thalaivi Amma.

Article 348 (2) of the Constitution read with Section 7 of the Official

Languages Act, 1963, clearly envisages the usage of the State official

language in judgments, decrees and proceedings of the High Court with

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the prior concurrence of the President.  This practice is already being

adopted in four States.  However, our repeated requests to authorize the

use of Tamil in the High Court of Madras have not been responded to

favourably. A communication received in January, 2013, from the

Department of Official Languages, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government

of India, has indicated that the request of the State was considered by

the Full Court of the Supreme Court of India in the meeting held on

11.10.2012 and that the Full Court, after due deliberations, reiterated its

earlier Resolutions adopted on 07.05.1997 and 15.10.1999 not to approve

the proposal. If we are to take the administration of justice genuinely

closer to the people, then it is absolutely imperative that the local

language is used in the High Court, as is already being done in the State

Government and in the State Legislature. Our Government urges the

Government of India and the Supreme Court to reconsider their stand in

this matter and fulfill the long standing aspiration and demand of the

State to authorize the use of Tamil in the High Court of Madras.

Administration of Justice must aim for qualitative and quantitative

justice to the litigant public. To attain this end, the independence and the

image of the judiciary should always be upheld by providing necessary

infrastructure and ensuring a conducive environment.   Based on these

principles advocated by our respected leader Puratchi Thalaivi Amma

our Government has gone all out to support the requirements of judiciary

and has helped in accelerating their performance with speed and quality

by giving adequate infrastructure support in all possible ways.  Further

our Government is very keen to make progressive strides and produce

tangible results.

We hope that the deliberations in this Conference will be of

immense help in ensuring justice, liberty and equality to all our citizens.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

The Anti-Modi Christian Agenda - Part 2



FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2015

The Anti-Modi Christian Agenda - Part 2



Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. I needn't argue about that; I'm right and I'll be proved right. We're more popular than Jesus now; I don't know which will go first—rock 'n' roll or Christianity. Jesus was all right but his disciples were thick and ordinary. It's them twisting it that ruins it for me – John Lennon, 1966

Was Lennon right? Absolutely! Christianity has been declining in the West for a long time now. People find churches and sermons boring. Many churches in England have turned into mosques. Even funnier, many churches in England have turned into bars, car showrooms and circus schools. This is true for many states in Europe and also the US. Some of the churches folded up because they weren’t getting enough money to sustain themselves. Like with markets for other products, India is being seen as a vast, potential and profitable country for the conversion mafia to “harvest souls”. The squeezing of cash-flow to many fraudulent NGOs and fraudulent conversion mafia operators and other allied partners is causing them dismay. Thus, the strident anti-Modi Christian agenda.  

So, some attacks on churches (all proved to have no connection to BJP or any Hindu organisation) are being blown up as Hindu attack or BJP attack on Christians. However, this organised mafia didn’t start their anti-Modi tirade and campaign yesterday or in the last few months. The seeds were sown on May 16 when the LS results came out and BJP won a clear majority. That was the day the Christian hate-mongers started their campaign. All you have to do is read this article at The Mission Network (of the South India churches) which looks like an appeal and understand the sinister twist given to the election results. If you read that, it should give you a good idea of the criminal intentions of these hate-mongers.

And following the fake outrage in media houses, particularly the Chrislamist pimps at NDTV and TOI, many NGO operators made it an international issue with the message “Christians are under attack” and “Christians under siege” under ModiSarkar. This full page farce in TOI would lead you to believe Hindus are carrying out a mass attack on Christians all over the country. Such criminal campaigns have to receive extraordinary funds from somewhere:


TOI gathered all the stupid Christian celebrities for soundbites to make it sound as if they are under grave danger and fear they may be attacked. One senile moron called Julius Ribeiro even went to the extent of claiming he was on a hit list and felt like he was a stranger in his own country. Such filth was then promoted non-stop by anti-Hindu morons at NDTV, Headlines Today, TimesNow and other channels to slander ModiSarkar. Like I predicted, this was an organised hate campaign and the Christian MPs ganged up too (after the Bengal Nun-rape). The most unfortunate part of this Christian agenda is ModiSarkar too caved in. Only a gutless govt can fall prey to nonsense even when they know it is slander and they succumbed to the only known tactic that our stupid govts know: Appeasement. That is exactly what ModiSarkar did in absence of the guts to confront the liars with facts:

You set up a separate helpline for Christian liars who indulge in stupid fear-mongering and agitate on the streets driven by an agenda to tarnish your own govt? You feed the crocodile, it will demand more of your flesh and blood. That’s what the Christians started doing. How far will such moronery go – next will be separate Hindu police, Muslim police, Christian police, Sikh police and others police? Then the Christian hate-mongers (coupled with hate-mongers from the Islamic media club like Rana Ayyub, Barkha Dutt, Sagarika Ghose etc) got more ammunition with the rape of a 71 year old nun in Nadia,Bengal. All kinds of bishops, politicians and wanton idiots landed up at the town to again scream “Christians under attack” and target ModiSarkar. One would think Hindus had unleashed a wave of rapes and violence against this community. That was indeed the media and Christian objective. It got better on March 25 on NDTV with hate-monger Barkha Dutt again spewing extreme nonsense with the aid of a morongini from Sophia College called Sr. Ananda Amritmahal.

The topic at NDTV:  Tolerance Under Threat, is This What India Wants to be: Sophia's Principal on Church Attacks. This country has tolerated atrocities from the desert religions for hundreds of years and accommodated the worst criminals from these religions and even honoured some of them. Yet, Hindu tolerance is always under test through the guise of “India’s tolerance”? What is worse, extreme Hindu-haters like Sr. Amrita throw around words like Nazi, genocide, pogrom without the slightest responsibility as NDTV has done for many years against BJP and Modi. This sister of Sophia claimed for Christians India had become like Nazi Germany.Mohandas Pai sharply rejected the nonsense of this alarmist extremism and wrong comparisons. Barkha jumps to the sister’s defence claiming the Nazi reference was more of a metaphor.

Metaphor? Hindu-hating pigs like Barkha and this sister use such terms and call it metaphor? I call them Hindu-hating pigs and I don’t intend any metaphor. And what in hell is the obsession with Nazis? After all these Christian morons think Hitler wasn’t a Christian? He indeed was and it was brutal Christians under Hitler who carried out the slaughter of millions.It is Christians who were the real Nazis who killed millions of Jews. They like to peddle the lie that Hitler was an atheist. Truth is, Hitler carried out his acts as a true Jew-hating Christian. The Holocaust was caused by Christian fundamentalism. So, I don’t think any Christian anywhere has the moral authority to lecture Hindus on tolerance or respect for other religions. If Hindus were indeed intolerant I doubt any Christian would be left in this country and still allowing the conversion mafia to do business. That fraudulent business has to stop anyway; whether the Christian conversion-mafia likes it or not. A majority of conversions are fraudulent, made through bribery in cash or kind.

In the third para of this post I had given you a link to the hate-mongering article by the South India Church at the Mission Network. If you tried the link I’m sure you would have found the cowards have removed the article knowing how Christian extremists abused Hindus and ModiSarkar. Let me give you a sample of what was written by them as soon as BJP won the LS election:

May 16, 2014 - Dear Prayer Partners and Supporters,

The RSS has won control of the Central Government through its political party, the BJP. And not by a slim majority; 330 Member of Parliament seats, 278 of these directly. 272 MP seats is a majority in a 544 seat Parliament. We have been praying for months that God would make His will clear as to the next period of work by the South India Church of Christ Mission. Would it be in a time of persecution or yet more time free from the attacks on Christ's church during the previous BJP/RSS Central Government control of the Central Government? This has been for us the No. 1 issue since Easter celebrations and evangelism.

God has made His will known today. We are now beginning the time of the Second Great Persecution of Christ's church in India this century… The vote could not be any clearer. The RSS is the Indian branch of Hitler's Nazi Party. It will stop at nothing to make India the homeland of its own brand of Hinduism, called "Hindutva."  Hindutva is very much like Hitler's "Aryanism." This goes far beyond what many Hindus normally believe, as a true follower of Hindutva has to believe in one god, Ram. And the RSS are his priests. They are ruthless and driven with a Satanic energy.

Using money power, unending propaganda and a major push by RSS full time "saints", "India's Hitler", Nirendra Modi, now has control of Parliament with over half the seats. Narendra Modi looks and acts like an old-style dictator. It is not by accident. His campaign promises were like Hitler when he came to power in 1933: something for everyone, no specifics.  And the very real threat of an end to India's constitutional democracy if Narendra Modi uses the full power of his majority. This is a Constitution that protects the right of a citizen to be a member of a religion of their choice”.

So you know where that morongini sister’s “Nazi” comment comes from. This tarring and hate-mongering by Christian outfits defended by media pimps like Barkha should neither be ignored nor be condoned. They deserve condemnation in the strongest terms and where they exceed the law they should be prosecuted without fear of stupid street agitations by the mafia. Although the mission network deleted article you can read the full hate-filled piece here.

As truth happens, the nun-rape wasn’t by Hindus or any Hindu organisation vandalising their property. In fact none of the attacks on churches were by any organised outfit or anyone connected to BJP or ModiSarkar. The lies are part of a grand Christian agenda (with international partners) to somehow ensure BJP doesn’t win anymore states or 2019 like I already said in the previous post. The nun-rapists were Bangladeshis it seems which culminated in the arrest of 17 including one Sheikh Salim who was arrested from Mumbai. How this Bangladeshi comes in, rapes and attacks and then runs for shelter in Mumbai is a another story of how many Bangladeshis are holed in Mumbai, Delhi and other cities of India. It’s a theory butSundayGuardian carried an article stating this particular nun-rape incident was an ISI conspiracy. And many ISI-paid pimps in India spent a lot of time slamming Hindus and ModiSarkar as the criminals. Hope their faces are blackened now. The Chrislamists are waging a war against ModiSarkar in unique cooperation.

The conversion mafia is so sick that they don’t even spare the sick and suffering in hospitals. This notice put up at a Goa hospital should tell you how extreme these scroungers are. Nothing and no religion can justify such despicable peddling of religion. 

There are places in India, like Chennai and parts of Tamil Nadu or Kerala, where you can’t pass a kilometre without some rock scribbled with “Jesus” message or a wall-painting or hoarding with “Jesus saves you”. And these guys sell Jesus like companies sell cement or gutka with hoardings and wall paintings. The funniest part is they have brainwashed some morons into such extremism that they put up such wall paintings:


I find it laughable that the brainwashed ones think Jesus is God. Might as well scream “My God is the strongest” like some Complan ad. Nevertheless, the whole Christian anti-Modi agenda comes from the fear of restrictions of funds and blockade of brainwashing more people in India when Christianity is dying in other places in the world. Hindus need to know this truth. All the fear-mongering stems from that stupidity aided by sick, Hindu-hating media pimps. 

 
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