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Sethusamudram Project Facts Vs. Myth

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Sethusamudram Project Facts Vs. Myth
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Post 23 Kalyan97:
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->I will NOT participate on this forum any further.
So, I am signing off. Bye.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Please reconsider. Stay.

I'll speak for myself. I'm grateful for this issue to have been brought to my attention, I did not at all know Ramar's Bridge was in danger.

On the matter of tsunamis, after the news reports about it were slowly dying down, they had a brief program here (documentary-like, but with news person discussing the topic with a few scientists as well as showing footage and simulations) about how the threat of tsunamis recurring in the same region was still there and how there was a need for an impact-minimisation plan (evacuation mainly) and of course the requisite warning system.

As for Sonia's participation in the issue, the references to 'Adam's bridge' (sicK), the euphoria over 'finally implementing' the christocolonial plan - I think these people already know full well that the chances of repeat tsunamis are anything but unlikely. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if they actually hoped for more - and think that doing away with Ramar's Bridge will make the impact all the greater.
How else can missionaries hope to convert heathen people, if the people are not in desperately dire straits to need missionary aid? Sonia and her foreign bosses might not be able to precipitate tsunamis, but they certainly can try to ensure that the 'natural' impact of such disasters is as bad as can be. Then they can fly their little terrorist nuns out all quick-and-speedily to bring jeebus and other goodies to the victims.
Why else have they not called for updated data that takes the recent tsunami into consideration? These low-lifes are so low, I'm feeling more than mere suspicion that they are actually banking on a repetition of the disaster.

Besides, Ramar's Bridge is a symbol of Hindu continuity, and as all things in Ancient Religions, it has its own spiritual significance and power. The catholic church believes very much in that sort of thing (it's one of the main reasons why they kept building churches over very sacred heathen sites and shrines all over Europe and the Levant - a victory for them in 'ending' the spiritual power of those sites over the heathens they wanted converted). The Roman church as well as the fundoos certainly believe in breaking other religions' spiritual centres, so I won't rule out this aspect in driving Sonia and her gang's designs. I don't want Hindus to go extinct by inaction as others would like us to become. To people who can only think of (ever-temporary) progress, such things may not matter: what's another temple, what's another ancient sacred site, what's another naturally-formed linga structure ('it probably is a coincidental formation that's not really a linga but that people worship as one')? But I'm not one of those people.
To me the Uluru in Australia is a sacred mountain, and I would never climb it as tourists regularly do and about which the Aborigines weep over as it is so sacred one is forbidden to trample on it. And sacred Native American sites are sacred to me too. And likewise, and in a more personal way, Ramar's Bridge is very sacred to me. It should not be tampered with - there is certainly no need for it, except for the desperate villains who see this as another victory over Hinduism.

I hope Hindu organisations do get the UNESCO to mark it as a heritage spot, <i>before</i> the evil Santa Sonia and her cronies do anything. And for that to happen, Kalyan97, I think you need to keep writing in a public space on this topic, so that Hindus take action by signing that petition or taking it to a higher authority like the SC or whatever way they find they can do their bit.


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Sethusamudram Project Facts Vs. Myth - by Guest - 03-10-2007, 09:02 PM
Sethusamudram Project Facts Vs. Myth - by Guest - 03-11-2007, 01:00 AM
Sethusamudram Project Facts Vs. Myth - by Guest - 03-11-2007, 01:43 AM
Sethusamudram Project Facts Vs. Myth - by Guest - 03-11-2007, 02:31 AM
Sethusamudram Project Facts Vs. Myth - by Guest - 03-11-2007, 07:31 AM
Sethusamudram Project Facts Vs. Myth - by Guest - 03-11-2007, 08:59 AM
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