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Sethusamudram Project Facts Vs. Myth

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Sethusamudram Project Facts Vs. Myth
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This is for general information:
Uluru (sp?) is a reddish mountainous ancient natural structure (depending on definition of mountain - it may or may not be high enough to qualify, don't know) that is of tremendous spiritual significance to the Australian Aboriginals. It is not the only mountain that is of significance to them, as all of Australia is. However, it is specifically stated about Uluru in their religion that humans are not allowed to climb it - this is not the case with (all) other such ancient structures in their land. Many early christo migrants to Australia purposefully climbed it when they found out about this Aboriginal Law, because they knew it crushed the very sentiments of the people they had undermined.

Today, Uluru has become just a tourist attraction in Australia, allowing visitors from all over the world to walk up and down it - something that profoundly hurts the Australian Aboriginals; and I've seen footage of some Elders crying over this.
It is for this reason - because I acknowledge and respect the sanctity of Uluru and the ancient understanding that the Aboriginees have of it - that I will never knowingly or willingly set a foot on it. Instead I will admire it and show my respects to it from the ground.

But nowhere is it said that one may not walk on Sabari Malai when going on pilgrimage to visit our Lord Ayappa.



On another matter:
From post 16 where Bodhi posted Sonia's address on the matter of 'INAUGURATION OF THE SETHUSAMUDRAM PROJECT'. This is rather interesting:
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->When the tsunami struck the southern coast, we shared in your sarrow and worked hard to ensure that the lakhs of families affected by the unprecedented calamity were provided adequate relief as quickly as possible.  Our country had not seen a natural disaster of this magnitude and the process of rehabilitation and reconstruction is a continuing one.  We are committed to implementing these plans.

Today’s youth is very keen on it. We have ensured that software is now available in Tamil so that young boys and girls from all over the state can acquire computer skills and literacy.

Our Government has already give Tamil the status of a classical language.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
What is her purpose in
(1) talking about the implementation of the Sethusamudram project
(2) then immediately thereafter talking about computer literacy and skills of Tamil kids, and software in tamil that the alien Royal 'We' has decided upon
(Many local software companies had already made software in Tamil, that was before Sonia came to power. What did she do?)
(3) then immediately thereafter Sonia talks about having benificently bestowed upon Tamil the status of classical language. (It is not for the queen to decide that Tamil is a classical language. It would be so even without her 'saintly blessing' and in spite of her coincidental agreement about it.)

From 2 and 3 it is most clear that Sonia's entire aim here is to remind the dravidianists gathered what the actual purpose of the whole thing is. The dravidianists - who think they can claim Tamil merely because they speak this language too (meanwhile, most Tamils are Hindus and do not belong to the self-deluded dravidianist clique).
And with this the connection with the Sethusamudram project and her bringing in Tamil becomes clearer.
She is clarifying the agenda here: dravidian and christo congress aspirations meet in this anti-Hindu enterprise of tampering with the Ramar Bridge, whose proper identification as such they take pains not to even acknowledge the existence of.

It is clear that this is an anti-Hindu matter for Sonia, her christo gang, her communist friends, and the dravidianists (increasingly many christos among its followers too).


Bodhi, as always, thanks for transcribing a beautiful verse (this time from the Ramayanam) in post 28.


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