(This is a MaxiPost)
"You don't make up for your sins in the church. You do it in the streets. You do it at home. The rest is bullshit and you know it"
That’s a quote from a Catholic man who once wanted to be a priest. One of the silliest ideas ever ingrained into the heads of many humans by other humans is that God is some kind of traffic cop. You know, he’s standing up there in the sky directing dead people to heaven or hell based on their performance on earth. It gets even better when some believe God has long had a “performance-reward system” through which he gives out rewards and awards. Frances Collins, the former Head of the Human Genome project, doesn’t believe in evolution. They all believe in Adam and Eve and the virgin birth. Interestingly, Collins is now Barack Obama’s head of the NIH and controls vast funds for research. You can imagine what a challenge it must be for him to keep his religious beliefs and his scientific work compatible. He’s an individual but he provides the soundest reason why State should never have anything to do with religion. So on April 12 on the ‘Aap ki adalat’ show, on IndiaTV featuring Narendra Modi, a woman’s question got me thinking.
The woman asked Modi if “Christians will be safe under Modi’s govt”. It puzzled Modi as much as it puzzled me. I wonder if the question was tutored because it provided the chance for Rajat Sharma, the host, to ask if Muslims would be safe under a Modi govt. We have seen a lot of Hindu-Muslim conflicts but not many conflicts with Christians. There might be exceptions like Kandhamal but I can’t recall too many other incidents. That’s what brings us to this story. While many Muslim leaders have been opposing Modi and also the BJP for long it is the first time that we are seeing a lot of Christian activity being targeted against Modi. Well, there is indeed a very high organised Christian campaign against Modi. It is no secret that Modi has inspired a lot of Hindu denominations to unite with his leadership. I haven’t seen any torture of Christians in any form in Gujarat under Modi, so for that woman to ask that specific question doesn’t seem an accident. The answer is pretty simple really: The conversion factory of missionaries and the political powers behind them.
The Gujarat govt had made conversions illegal around 2003 and the US imposed a ban on Modi for violating religious freedoms in 2005. For long Modi’s opponents and our media have told the world the US revoking Modi’s visa was about the 2002 riots. That too is a load of BS. A bunch of US Congressmen used the anti-Modi activists as a platform to slap the ban on him but the motivation was clearly the ban on conversions in Gujarat. That had hit the missionary factory badly. The Hindu-Muslim conflict often comes out in the open but the Christian conversion factory is like Diabetes. It does its damage slowly and is largely invisible to the world. Pranay Gupte, a columnist in international pages, writes in Huffpost (though I refer to this particular article, my intention is not to single out Gupte. I use his article only as a sample):
I was born into a devoutly Hindu family in India's commercial capital of Mumbai (then known as Bombay). I studied at a Jesuit school. I attended mostly-Jewish universities in the United States: Brandeis and Columbia. And every Friday in the United Arab Emirates, where I've been living and working for the last seven years, I attend a prayer session at the royal mosque in the capital city of Abu Dhabi with Emirati royalty and everyday workers alike. So what does that make me? A man of many faiths? Yes. A man willing to enter any house of worship for the spiritual peace it induces? Yes. A secular man? Yes.
It makes me, most of all, a man who's proud of having been produced by a 5,000-year-old culture where a staggering number of diverse societies have coexisted over the millennia. I am a man shaped by my parents' sensibility that you can subscribe to many faiths or none at all, but that there needs to be a core to one's self. That core is the belief that no religion is superior to another, that the edicts and teachings of all faiths underscore the values of extending a helping hand to the dispossessed, embracing others with love, and spreading (not proselytizing) the message that charity, good will and good cheer help transform people and their societies into better entities… The polls suggest that, most likely, that government will be led by a man named Narendra Modi, currently the chief minister (the equivalent of chief executive) of the western state of Gujarat. He's a self-styled Hindu fundamentalist, which, in the Indian context, means that his core belief is predicated on the moral and existential superiority of Hinduism.
The above is the school-boyish writing of a man who neither understands religion nor Hinduism. This is the typical westernised Indian columnist who doesn’t know where his marbles are located. He is LYING in his spite for Modi. Hinduism is the only religion whose followers have stated over and over again that one can reach God through multiple paths and therefore through multiple religions. He also doesn’t know that Modi’s govt has demolished many Hindu temples built illegally on public land. He claims he studied in a Jesuit school, Jewish universities and attends Namaz in Abu Dhabi and he claims that makes him a man of multiple faiths. This is the idiotic nonsense most of the Macaulay types peddle. Let me tell you, I as a Hindu in India, go to a temple maybe once in five years for some specific reason. Many Hindus here attend Jesuit schools and universities. They also pray at Ajmer Sharif and Fatehpur Sikri. When these Hindus visit Taj Mahal they offer a silent prayer to Mumtaz Begum. They do so at Humayun’s tomb and Akbar’s tomb as well. So what exactly is Gupte trying to tell us? That Modi will change all that? That is fear-mongering and nothing else and Gupte is paid to do that.
Secondly, although Gupte claims he’s a man of multiple faiths, the preachers of Islam and Christianity do not agree on all religions being equal. Even Gods are jealous Gods it seems. I’m not kidding; it says in the Bible that God is a jealous guy. And because that got written, the middle-men, who often to talk to God on iPhone, constantly interpret it as something secretly noble about their God. You know, God could be angry or kind; He has his moods; that much even I can understand. But why in the world would an all-powerful God be jealous? Preachers of both these religions consistently tell the world their religion is superior to all others. A majority of conflicts and violent events are because of this. In the middle of what I quoted above Gupte says “spreading the message not proselytizing”. This is the problem. Men like Gupte do not acknowledge that Christian conversion factories go beyond preaching to their followers. They induce and seduce the poor with some crumbs. They catch helpless children at a young age to sell religion (read Children as leverage). In the South they even converted little Ganpati. Gupte is not alone; a majority of these sick seculars live in denial of this crime. This is why conversions were banned in Gujarat and it angered a lot of the conversion factory owners. The ban on Modi happened in 2005 when George Bush was the president of US. Bush famously said “God wants everybody to free… and that’s part of my foreign policy” (See NaMo and the truth above US visa). So God even dictates foreign policy and you’d have thought secularism had nothing to do with religion. Didn’t you?
Meet Matt Jones. He’s a Special Agent working for Jesus in an international operation. This is what Jones tweeted on April 4:
Before the tweet above Jones grandly tweeted that the main roads in Dharwad (Karnataka) were blocked because of a huge meeting arranged for local folks with Jesus. He later deleted that tweet so I don’t have it. He then posted this one to show how Jesus saves those rural folks through connectivity. Surely, are we to believe Matt Jones, sitting somewhere in the US or elsewhere, has a particular fondness for Dharwadis? There’s another project that has mapped out spots in India that are in desperate need of connectivity. That’s the Joshua Project which has marked out spots in India in “red” where people need to be “harvested” and connected to Jesus:
Are all of these just a figment of my imagination? Try asking who funds Kejriwal & Co. and why? Why would Ford Foundation be interested in funding political activity in India? There are stories that mass conversions were undertaken in Andhra after YSR Reddy became the CM. I personally know of a friend whose brother is a prominent social activist in AP who was offered 1 crore by YSR’s gang to convert to Christianity. The foreign bimbos writing in newspapers and magazines aren’t the only ones. The following is a recent article from a Hyderabad newspaper:
This fear-mongering and hate-mongering against Modi by Christian organisations in India and from abroad is a well-coordinated action. When have Christians been under attack in India? If anything, the conversion factories have been slowly destroying the demographics of this country through money and other inducements. Why should we tolerate it? Day after day after day we have been seeing “hate-Modi” articles and “fear-mongering” from The Economist, The Guardian, New York Times, Wall Street Journal and other sundry Christian sites. Sonia Gandhi begs Muslim votes through Bukhari but here’s one from Bangalore:
So what’s with all this Christian fear-mongering and appealing in India? And they are the ones who are suffering in India? Recently the US Minority Commission suddenly convened a panel for another round of Modi bashing and Christian fear-mongering. The panel was soundly criticised by a Hindu representative, Tulsi Gabbard, for their attempt to interfere in Indian elections. The evil that this US Panel and many other evangelical US organisations bring to India cannot be overlooked anymore. In the garb of helping the poor there is a lot of covert political activity going on. The so-called “Sickular” writers of Indian origin are no more than a bunch of ignorant morons. Or they are wilfully blind! This unholy conversion factory must be ended. People are free to practice and preach religion to their followers. The proselytizing must end. And on the lines of the Gujarat ban on conversions I would definitely want a national ban on this evil activity. This is what bothers the hate-mongers who are peddling articles against Modi. It is not criticism, it is about protect their jealous God and their covert agenda to break and destroy India.
Even in the old ages the bosses of the Christian faith lived in luxury in their missions. They still do while the ordinary folks suffered. Does anyone really think Jesus would live in the palace at the Vatican? And the call to burn down the mission also comes from the Christian. I have made a small montage with such a song with the hate articles. Watch (4.55 mins).
The Christian agenda is then peddled by hate-mongers in our own MSM who tom-tom each article as a tool for spurious debates. The recent book by Sanjaya Baru on the handling of important files by Sonia Gandhi instead of the PM is a serious issue which the media is pussy-footing under the garb of “political timing”. Baru himself does not answer an important question. SoniaG’s friends are known to have been involved in the Bofors scam. She and her family go abroad and return without anyone knowing or no records of their trips in the public domain. Who is to say there aren’t many foreign forces behind the way she handles those important files? Why does she have any access to those files anyway? She has no authority and the PM is guilty of breach of the Official Secrets Act.
I ask to burn down the mission of many of these charlatans proselytizing but also their agents in our media. It is not in any way to physically burn any mission but to legally end the conversion factory. It is also important to burn down the mission of spurious funding of NGOs in India who are primarily into anti-India activities. This cannot be delayed any longer and I am positive Modi will undertake that task if he becomes PM. That is what scares these hate-mongers. Their political mission is under threat.
# Opening quote in the post of Martin Scorsese; movie “Mean Streets”.
# “Burn down the mission” – Song in the video by Elton John/Bernie Taupin.