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Christian subversion and missionary activities -2
Actually, RBI site is not showing new coins. I have to see to be sure.
It means someone in RBI was able to pull this big stunt on Indians,
<!--QuoteBegin-Husky+Mar 19 2007, 01:17 PM-->QUOTE(Husky @ Mar 19 2007, 01:17 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->
Getting their coins minted before their actual victory over heathen India? Bit premature, isn't it. Christos are very sure of themselves - case of counting sheep while most are still human? But then maths, being a pagan pastime, is naturally not their strong point.
Why are they so confident - with even the government starting to be more open about its intentions now.

They're losing sheep fast outside the heathen continents. I know of more people who've deconverted from christoism than I've heard of the opposite case.
What with the dwindling numbers, how disappointing it must be for the poor faithful that the second coming may never happen now (well, the first didn't either, but that certainly didn't stop the sheep from believing, did it).
Are they hoping to console themselves with India?

This coin is a clear declaration of war. It is the second such declaration after the Shankaracharya arrest.

Dwindling Church numbers in the west means nothing practically. They have complete control over all western resources and they frame the terms of debate of even their western opponents. Even if Church attendance was zero, it would mean nothing. In their own realm, their power is absolute.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><img src='http://www.gigibeads.net/photos/crosses/armedservices03.jpg' border='0' alt='user posted image' />
The Episcopal Church [Armed] Service[s] Cross carries the design of the ancient Crusader's Cross, the five-fold cross symbolic of the five wounds of our Lord Jesus Christ at his crucifixion. The words embossed upon it are taken from the Service of Holy Communion:  Take and eat this in remembrance that Christ died for thee and feed on him in thy heart by faith with thanksgiving.

The Crusader's Cross was originally known as the Jerusalem Cross, incorporated in the coat-of-arms of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem in the 12th century as the coat-of-arms of Godfrey de Bouillon, first ruler of that kingdom.  This Jerusalem Cross was carried on the shields, banners, and coats of the Crusaders from England, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain, and so became identified with them as the Crusader's Cross.

<b>This cross is sometimes used as the emblem of missionary work, </b>the large center cross representing the original Church in Jerusalem, and the smaller crosses indicating the four corners of the earth to which Christianity was spread through missionary endeavor.
Imagine Sonia Gandhi's side view in this coin, with words - Sonia Gandhi - Mother Empress.

(25 paisa coin minted in 1945)
<img src='http://i3.ebayimg.com/05/i/000/84/80/3625_1.JPG' border='0' alt='user posted image' />

From another forum

Regarding the weird Rs 2 coin:

Ebay-India is selling them for Rs 40. Why would a Rs 2 coin issued in 2006 sell for Rs 40 within India? Have they already become controversial and hence collectors items?

Anyway the links:
rs 2 coin on ebay
Rs 2 coin on ebay
<!--QuoteBegin-acharya+Mar 19 2007, 03:50 PM-->QUOTE(acharya @ Mar 19 2007, 03:50 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->From another forum

Regarding the weird Rs 2 coin:

Ebay-India is selling them for  Rs 40.  Why would a Rs 2 coin issued in 2006 sell for Rs 40 within India?  Have they already become controversial and hence collectors items?

Anyway the links:
rs 2 coin on ebay
Rs 2 coin on ebay

See item 260097628762 INDIAN ONE RUPEE 2 COIN 2005 VERY RARE

It is the same design as the Rs 2 coin. Maybe there is some discretion for the mintors to try diff designs.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->See item 260097628762 INDIAN ONE RUPEE 2 COIN 2005 VERY RARE
Item location: UDUPI, KA, India

How come trial version came into circulation?
Something is wrong. Either RBI is gone brain dead like other departments of GOI or its is a beginning of a new colonial era with Babus corporation.
We know Indian Police is for sale.

I am sending an email to RBI, lets see whether these guys respond, I doubt but I will try.
<!--QuoteBegin-dhu+Mar 19 2007, 11:58 PM-->QUOTE(dhu @ Mar 19 2007, 11:58 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->Husky,

This coin is a clear declaration of war.  It is the second such declaration after the Shankaracharya arrest.[right][snapback]65852[/snapback][/right]<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Oh, these christo declarations of war are wasted on us. It seems we're deaf to their loud chest-beating for the start of their crusade and their drawls of 'Deus Volt' - heck, we seemed to have completely ignored the howling for j-had (even with all the blowing up of trains and temples), and the equally clear islami cries of wanting to dar-ul-islamise India into mughalistan.

Either Hindus are in denial, or we've resigned ourselves to extinction. Don't know which it is. I don't think we're cowards, cowards are always afraid and run away/hide. We don't even have their overblown instincts for self-preservation.
Oooh, I know what's up with us Hindus - it's the fatalistic reason: 'everything will all work out somehow...' Magically. By doing nothing. (The real magic lies in how so many people actually believe this.) Think I hate that answer the most, because it's nothing more than sheer inertia and laziness, mixed in with a little inept cowardice. Tamas.
How to die real fast: do nothing when the other guy comes at you with his club, even after he gave you 'fair' warning with threats of 'I'm gonna kill you - see this club here?'

Or are Hindus in shock? On TV, I've seen animals who'd gone into (physiological) shock after having been hit by a car. Very painful sight. They wander around very confused (internal bleeding puts their system in shock) until someone brings them to the vet.
Perhaps Hindus are still in psychological shock after being driven over by islam and christoism (Brits and Portuguese). Is there a vet for us? Meanwhile, christoislamism is reversing its car to run us over again. But then, 'tis expected - they were never an animal-friendly bunch.

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Dwindling Church numbers in the west means nothing practically.  They have complete control over all western resources and they frame the terms of debate of even their western opponents.  Even if Church attendance was zero, it would mean nothing.  In their own realm, their power is absolute.
<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Agreed that even the increase in numbers of consciously-ex-christian people means nothing for the plight of the still Free communities (the unconverted) of the world. All I was implying was that dwindling adherence in the west doesn't do much for the second coming. While christos are busy eyeing the 10-40 window, back home, even in the US, former jeebus junkies are recovering in rehab or already out and back to their good old selves. It's wonderful how sane and humane they become after having been rabid, raving christo lunatics (before deconversion). I have to take comfort from their liberation and reclamation of their selves. It's all that's left of positive world developments.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>22 Christian missionaries arrested</b>

Dharwad (Karnataka): Twenty-two Christian missionaries from Andhra Pradesh were on Tuesday taken into custody amidst tension over their alleged attempts to convert people at Baad in Dharwad district, police said. Local residents objected to the distribution of pamphlets by the missionaries. They alleged that the missionaries were trying to convert people to Christianity.

Police took them into custody and seized the materials in their possession.

According to police, the missionaries were appealing to villagers to become Christians to lead a happy life and to attend a meeting on Friday.

All of them were produced before the magistrate in Dharwad.

<b>An assault on the soul of the nation</b>


I had gone to the Landmark book shop on Nungambakkam High Road Monday evening. When, I got a new 2 Rupee Coin minted in 2006 as loose change towards the balance that was payable to me, I was shell-shocked to note that on one side of this coin was the usual and familiar Ashokan Lion Capitol in miniature size (! ?) with the constitutionally approved and administratively established inscription of Sathyameva Jayathe (Truth Alone Triumphs) deliberately smudged/omitted with pseudo-secular sinister intentions. <b>On the reverse of the same coin, I could clearly see the inscription of a Christian Cross which had replaced the map of India. </b>I asked myself a highly saffronised and communal question: Are we living in a Catholic country like Italy or Spain or Portugal where Roman Catholicism is the religion of the State and the people?

To quote the bracing and blazing words of B R Haran in this context: 'I too was literally shocked to see the Cross on the 2 Rupee coin. Some may feel that it is only a 'X' mark, but it is not true. Why should and for what reason the government of India have the 'X' sign on the coin? Whereas, the motive behind '+' mark makes sense. I am sure it is a 'Cross' and the calculated motive of the Italian-led government is only to spread Christianity in India. It is a fraud committed, not only on the so-called secularism of the country, but also on the Constitution and the conscience of our people. It is indeed outrageous and atrocious that the beautiful map of India in the previous version of the 2 Rupee coin minted in 2000 has been removed and replaced with this lousy Cross in 2006. I wonder what the opposition is doing! How it that it escaped their attention? How are we going to put an end to all this pseudo-secular drama?'

Ever since the UPA government under the dynastic stranglehold of Sonia Gandhi came to power in New Delhi in May 2004, it has been following a calculated and damnable policy which I have often described times without number as 'Christianity-Coveting, Islam-embracing and Hindu-Hating in stance, posture, ideology, philosophy, programme and action.'

In these columns I had exposed the anti-national designs of the government of India on 3 January, 2007. I had observed as follows about the dastardly slant of the government of India even in the very routine matter of presentation of government of India websites: I was going through the government of India websites 10 days ago. I had the misfortune of running into a government of India website relating to e- greetings under four heads: a) Celebrations; b) Heritage; c) Festivals and d) Glimpses of India. I did not find any e-greeting card for any Hindu festival. However, there were 16 cards for Christmas and nine for Eid. I could clearly see the egalitarian impact of Sachar Committee and Dr Manmohan Singh's Minority Appeasement Declaration (MAD) in concerted action even on a government of India website.'

Louis the Pious (778 � 840)

In this context I would like to quote these immortal words of Shri Aurobindo in his last political speech at Uttarpara on 30 May, 1909: 'I say it again today, but I put it in another way. I say no longer that nationalism is a creed, a religion, a faith; I say that it is the Sanatan Dharma which for us is nationalism. This Hindu nation was born with the Sanatan Dharma, with it it moves and with it it grows. When the Sanatan Dharma declines, then the nation declines, and if the Sanatan Dharma were capable of perishing, with the Sanatan Dharma it would also perish. The Sanatan Dharma, is indeed nationalism. This is the message that I have to speak to you'. If India is held together, it is because of SANATANA DHARMA.'

It is shocking that a Two-rupee coin has been issued with a 'sectarian' or 'religious' motif. This is a pseudo-secular assault on the state which vows 'pantha nirapekshataa' - neutrality as to 'religion.' This is a departure from the practice of issuing commemorative coins to celebrate Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, B R Ambedkar, Rajiv Gandhi, Dnyaneshwar, 1982-Asian Games, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Subhash Chandra Bose, Sri Aurobindo, Chittaranjan Das, and Chhatrapati Shivaji.

This indeed is unfortunate. Who is behind all this calculated national mischief? Is it the Congress Party and its pseudo-secular anti-Hindu allies? Is it Sonia Gandhi and her caucus with its own convoluted conduit pipes? Is it an over enthusiastic Christian bureaucrat dreaming of a Padma award or some sinecure post after his retirement? These are the questions that can be asked by every responsible and enlightened citizen in India today.

<b>In my view, the 2 Rupee Coin issued in 2006 bearing the 'Christian Cross' resembles the Gold Coin issued by Louis the Pious (778 AD-840 AD), </b>also known as Louis I, Louis the Fair, and Louis the Debonaire.. He was Emperor and King of France from 814 to his death in 840. He issued a coin bearing a Christian Cross which has been copied shamelessly by the Mint Master who has included the same Cross on one side of the new 2 Rupee coin issued in 2006. I am presenting below the picture of that coin issued by Louis the Pious (778-840).

<img src='http://newstodaynet.com/2007sud/mar07-images/2103sun3.jpg' border='0' alt='user posted image' />
Coin issued by Louis the Pious (778 � 840)

Please see the Cross on the above coin on the left . <i>There are four dots in all in the above coin, two on either side of the vertical line of the Cross.</i><b> During the days of the Crusades and the Byzantine Empire, they were known a besant or besants. Besant was also called solidus, a gold coin of the Roman empire used in Europe until the 15th century. </b><b>Four dots (besants) on the cross of Louis the Pious (9th century) later evolved into the 'Jerusalem Cross' which was used as a coat of arms for the Latin kingdom in Jerusalem. It was also called 'Crusader's Cross' during the Crusades. </b>The four small dots (later small crosses) are symbolic of the four Gospels proclaimed to the four corners of the earth, beginning in Jerusalem; the large cross symbolizes the person of Christ. (http://christianity.about.com/cs/artgall...mcross.htm) Four canonical gospels are attributed to the Four Evangelists: (Gospel of Matthew, Gospel of Mark, Gospel of Luke and Gospel of John). 'Go into the whole world and proclaim the Gospel to every creature. He who believes and is baptised will be saved; he who does not believe will be condemned' (Mk 16:15-16). The Gospel of Mark is cited as the doctrine for Dominus Jesus initiated by Ratzinger, the present Pope in the Vatican. (http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/congre...us_en.html)

There is a good possibility that this initiative was the inspiration for the Bharatiya Mint Master to produce the plagiarised masterpiece of Crusader's Cross on the 2 Rupee Coin issued by Government of India in 2006 and also for deleting the words 'Satyameva Jayate' from the Indian State Emblem on the obverse of the coin.

I am presenting below two sides of the 2 Rupee Coins issued in 2000 and 2006.

Please note the Indian Two Rupee Coin above bearing the 'Christian Cross' in the coin issued in 2006.

<img src='http://newstodaynet.com/2007sud/mar07-images/2103sun1.jpg' border='0' alt='user posted image' />

FIRST ROW ABOVE: Obverse and reverse sides of the Indian coin (Rs 2) minted in 2000. Please see the map of India on the right. Please see the inscription of Satyamevajayate below the Lion Capitol on the left coin.

SECOND ROW ABOVE : Obverse and reverse sides of the 2 Rupee Indian coins minted in 2006.

IN THE OBVERSE SIDE OF THE 2006 VERSION ABOVE : Note carefully the 'Christian Cross' which has replaced the national symbol of the three lions. The National Symbol of India (The 3 lions from the hoary Ashoka Chakra) has at long last been crucified!

<img src='http://newstodaynet.com/2007sud/mar07-images/2103sun4.jpg' border='0' alt='user posted image' />

Ashok T Jaisinghani (ashokjai@sancharnet.in) has asked the following relevant questions which will be fully endorsed by the patriotic Hindus of India numbering over more than 800 millions and in absolute majority:

How many Hindus have noticed the new two-rupee coins bearing the 'Christian Cross'?

* Is the secular government of India openly using the sign like the Cross on Indian coins to encourage the spread of Christianity in India?

* Is the UPA-led government of Manmohan Singh favouring the Christian community just to keep the Italian Christian Sonia Gandhi in good humour?

* Is Prime Minister Manmohan Singh acting as a mere puppet of Sonia Gandhi who is behaving like a de facto Empress of India?

I have cited the example of Christian Cross to be seen in the coins issued by Louis The Pious (778-840) which has been used by government of India on the 2 Rupee Coins issued in 2006. The pseudo-secular anti-Hindu leaders of India of New Delhi can say that the example of Louis The Pious is no longer relevant today in 2007!! To such Hindu-baiting people, I would like to give the following examples / samples of Christian Crosses from a modern website of AmeriYank's Christian Crosses:

In the second row above , the Cross on the extreme right looks almost similar (if we exclude the ornamental ends on the four arms) to the Cross on the 2 Rupee Indian Coin issued in 2006.

Today in India, tragically a Hindu has only one parichaya, only one name by which he is known. He is known as a communalist. Islamic ideology, Christian ideology, Communist ideology � very humane and very civilized according to the Minority UPA government� have all made such inroads that a Hindu is being called a communalist in his own land. This is the 10th wonder of the world.

(The writer is a retired IAS officer)
<img src='http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e7/Denier_Louis_le_Pieux.jpg' border='0' alt='user posted image' />
Denarius of Louis.

More about the cross with incorporated besants:

the common connection seems to be with the merovingian and carolingian adoption of roman culture.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>मिशनरियों के चुंगल में फंसे 56 लोग हिंदू धर्म में लौटेंगे </b>

शिमला : मिशनरियों के चुंगल में फंसे सिरमौर जिले के नाहन में 56 लोगों ने हिंदू धर्म में वापस लौटने का फैसला किया है। इनमें 27 महिलाएं व 29 पुरुष शामिल हैं। इन लोगों ने मिशनरियों के प्रलोभन में आकर हिंदू धर्म से पलायन कर ईसाई धर्म का दामन थामा था।

अखिल भारतीय अनुसूचित जाति व अनुसूचित जनजाति महासंघ द्वारा किए गए प्रयासों के बाद नाहन के 56 लोगों ने यह फैसला लिया। इन लोगों को जल्द नाहन में एक समारोह के दौरान हिंदू धर्म में विधिवत रूप से रस्मों के साथ शामिल किया जाएगा। यह समारोह सभी हिंदू संगठनों के सहयोग से आयोजित किया जाएगा। महासंघ ने इस बाबत उपायुक्त सिरमौर को एक ज्ञापन भी सौंपा। ज्ञापन के जरिए महासंघ ने सिरमौर प्रशासन से उक्त परिवारों के हिंदू धर्म में लौटने के बाद उन्हें सुरक्षा देने की मांग की। जो लोग ईसाई धर्म से वापस अपने हिंदू धर्म में लौटे हैं उनमें अमरनाथ, सोहन लाल, शीतल, सागर, कविता शामिल हैं। इसके अलावा डिंपल, जीतो देवी, मीनाक्षी, निशा देवी, उर्मिला देवी, कर्मचंद, विक्रम, परमजीत, शकुंतला, मुन्नी देवी, सुनीता देवी, सुनीता, सुनील, मान चंद, कमलेश, चांदनी देवी, राखी देवी, बिंदु, ममता, साक्षी विमला देवी, विक्रम, राजेंद्र कुमार, आशा, शिखा, दीपा, सरीता, रामलाल, आशीष, कमल, माठू राम, अमित कुमार, विशाल, इंद्र पाल मीना, मनीष, नीतू, अनुराधा, साधू राम, ईश्वर दास, शशि कुमार, बिट्टू, संजय, रमेश, हरि राम, बालक राम, राधा कृष्ण दौलत राम व राजाराम शामिल हैं।
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महासंघ के प्रदेश अध्यक्ष तरसेम भारती ने यहां जारी एक बयान में कहा कि परिवार के सदस्यों का कहना है कि इन लोगों को मिशनरियों ने प्रलोभन देकर अपने जाल में फंसाया था। उन्होंने कहा कि इन्हें प्रताड़ित किया जाता रहा व उनके मंदिरों में जाने पर पूर्णत: पाबंदी लगाई गई थी। उन्होंने मिशनरियों को चेताया कि वह गरीबों को धन का लालच देकर ईसाई बनाना बंद कर दें, अन्यथा महासंघ उनके खिलाफ मोर्चा खोल देगा। भारती ने कहा कि महासंघ का यह अभियान जारी रहेगा।</span><!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

56 revert back to Hinduism in HP.
<b>Tension over Sivalinga recovered from Sea</b>
3/19/2007 8:59:43 AM  HK
Uppada (East Godavari District): Big trouble is brewing over Sivalingam and Ganesha idols fished out from the sea in the agrarian and coastal District.

Devotees are thronging Uppada to pray to the ancient Sivalingam recovered from sea a week ago. The 'Eka Sila' shiva linga was recovered by Christian fishermen that when it got entangled in the fishing nets.

At first they abandoned it out of ignorance and the Hindu fishermen in the region have started worshipping it after installing it at a different place.

<b>But now the Christians claim the ownership of this powerful idol as it was them who recovered it! </b>

This fight reached it's climax on Friday.  Uppada has people belonging to 'Christians in majority .  <b>But with the recovery of the Shiva Lingam, Converted Christian fisherman started changing their faith back to Hinduism after this recovery of Shiva and Ganesh idols. Fights are ensuing at the time of re-conversion.</b>

The administration has not so far turned up at Uppada, to determine the age and origin of the Shivalinga. Endowments officials are yet to find time to make a visit. Because of the apathy of Revenue officials to the issue, fisherfolk are at loggerheads over the issue. 

<b>Certain fanatic Christian groups are of the opinion that Sivalingam should be taken away from there as it may adversely affect their conversion programmes</b>.  <!--emo&Big Grin--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='biggrin.gif' /><!--endemo-->

<b>East Godavari is notorious for rampant conversions by force and allurement and they are very much active among the Fishermen community over here.</b>
<!--QuoteBegin-dhu+Mar 22 2007, 04:38 AM-->QUOTE(dhu @ Mar 22 2007, 04:38 AM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->http://newstodaynet.com/2007sud/mar07/210307.htm
<b>An assault on the soul of the nation</b>


I had gone to the Landmark book shop on Nungambakkam High Road Monday evening. When, I got a new 2 Rupee Coin minted in 2006 as loose change towards the balance that was payable to me ... (the christo coin)[right][snapback]65959[/snapback][/right]<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Landmark is a christo store. I shopped there last year (didn't know for certain that it was a christo store until I came to the checkout).
(1) While browsing for Hindu books in the Hindu book section, right there, in the middle of the Gita and some other sacred books, what do I find, but the book 'Why I'm not a Hindu' (by Kancha Illaiayah, isn't it). And isn't this is the book where the author wants to goad people into a <i>bloody</i> revolution against 'brahmins and their oppression'?
Meanwhile, the well-argued and non-hatred-inciting books of 'Why I'm not a christian' by the humane agnostic Bertrand Russell and the 'Why I'm not a muslim' by Pakistani Ibn Warraq (of SecularIslam.org) were nowhere to be found in the christian and islamic book sections respectively. (Yes, I checked.) Bet they were nowhere in the store either. Probably not a single book by Joseph McCabe there nor the ('blasphemous') brilliant Age of Reason by the great Thomas Paine.

(2) At the counter, there was a donation box. Box was labelled clearly indicating where the donations would go. It was some christian missionary charity.

(3) While waiting for my stuff and looking around, noticed that every single dude at the checkout counter on that day that I was there was a christian - from the namebadges on their blue shirts. Ironic that the dude who served me was a 'Justin' - as in a pre-christian Roman name. (When will these confused converts stop stealing the noble names of peoples murdered by christos and whose civilisations were purposefully destroyed by christoterrorism?)

After that I decided I'd never shop in Landmark ever again. As far as I can recall, it was my first and only time.
Not surprised that this would be the store where they'd start issuing the christo coins.
<!--QuoteBegin-Mudy+Mar 19 2007, 02:02 AM-->QUOTE(Mudy @ Mar 19 2007, 02:02 AM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->Indian Embassy Italy, no Ashoka Stamp

Here "Satyameva Jayate " is missing.
Who gave them permission to chance National Emblem?

Embassy in France
Here "Satyameva Jayate " is missing.

In Russia they have their own thing.

In UK they don't care

If you check Embassy in Norway you can find correct version
or SIngapore http://www.embassyofindia.com/

I will list more, I have stored somewhere.
Have you seen any country insulting there own country's National Emblem , here these jokers represent India.

SOme government website are doing same. I think President had fixed his website. This is going to be second change he had made after we have send emails to them. (if you can recall someone added nonsense as his comments after Godhara, and President removed that content from his website).
But one can't expect anything from Embassy staff.
<img src='http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/55/Emblem_of_India.svg/180px-Emblem_of_India.svg.png' border='0' alt='user posted image' />

I just wrote a simple email to these buggers. Here is the content:

I went to your website and I do not see the Ashoka Chakra. I am confused. Is this Indian embassy?
We all have to do our part when countering anti Hindu psychological warfare.

When spelling their sacred figures or symbols I use lower case.

Example: christianity, jesus, god, bible, koran

When spelling our figures or symbols I use upper case.

Example: Gods, Hinduism, Buddhism, Bhagvad Geeta

I refer to all western religions as simplistic religions and they are designed for simple minds.

If we all do our part, pretty soon it will catch on with our dorky media and we will be all set.

<!--emo&Wink--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='wink.gif' /><!--endemo-->
In case there are any Hindus reading, who still think that the cross sign on an Indian coin is no cause for alarm - in spite of the links posted by Dhu indicating how this is both a crusading and missionary cross - because they think it's merely a symbol 'celebrating the composite culture of India', then they need to read the following. (Also, what composite culture? Unless the christoterrorism of the Syrian, Portuguese, British christos and today's Indian christo converts is called 'culture' and seen as having anything to do with India... - well, no, the terrorism only has to do with the evil ideology.)

It's best to <b>read the following in context of the entire page, which is about the means by which much of S Korea has been made to convert to christotyranny</b>, but I'm quoting the relevant bits:
The following is taken from the timeline 'Buddhism under Siege in Korea 1982-1996':
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->(1996) The swastika - for centuries a symbol of good fortune throughout Asia, and also a Buddhist symbol of the same - is replaced on many flagpoles in Seoul with crucifixes.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->For those whose geography is rusty, Seoul is significant because it is the capital of S Korea.
What 'composite culture' in Korea, you ask? And I ask: what does christianity have to do with secularism? Because the cross is enforced, yet the millennia-old sacred Dragon symbol of Korea is denied:
From 'Buddhism under Siege in Korea Chronology of Events January 1997- December 1998'
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->1998. The government revokes its intention to engrave a dragon image on the handle of National Seal due to a strong protest by Korean Christians. Christians assert the ¡°animal symbolizes Satan¡± and should not be used in an image representing our nation.¡<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
I know the links above have been posted at IF at least 3 times before, but I <b>can't stress enough</b> how every Indian following Dharmic religion needs to go read through the 'Christoterrorism in Korea' timelines at those two links at least once. And also see the (very distressing) images of christoterrorism in action at http://www.buddhapia.com/eng/tedesco/pic1/list.html.

This cross on the 2-rupee coin is no joke. In Korea such goings-on were followed/accompanied by destruction and desecration of Buddhist pagodhas and temples of the Ancient Korean Religion, and general persecution of Buddhists and followers of Ancient Korean Religion (and it is still going on). Just like in India.

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<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->I refer to all western religions as simplistic religions and they are designed for simple minds.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->I disagree with this, but agree with the other stuff in your post.
Christoislamism is not a western religion. In fact, it's not a legitimate middle-eastern religion either. It's an aberration. Tend to think of it as an Abrahamic heresy.
Western religions are not 'simplistic religions for simple minds', nor are the Canaanite religions (and its descendents, of which the OT scholars say Judaism is one, since they share the Elohim and cosmology). The ancient Arabian belief system, which also revolves around many Gods, is not designed for simple minds either.

Concerning western religions, I haven't found anything to fault in Hellenismos, rather found a great deal to admire and a lot of similarities with our Hinduism and Japan's Shinto. Hellenismos' followers to this very day are wise, artistic, literate and very good people; and its gracious Gods and beliefs are what inspires them to rise in this to the heights of their Ancient Greek ancestors. I feel the same about the corresponding Gods of Ancient Rome.
Also, have since childhood been a big fan of Donar (=Thor). To me, he does indeed make the Thunder in the lands of north Europe <!--emo&Smile--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='smile.gif' /><!--endemo--> and he keeps its people, even the wayward converts, safe. He knows they will all return to him one day. Hail to Goddess Freya, too.

By western religions, I meant islam, christianism and judaism.

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christianism is not that far behind islam when it comes to terrorism. Thanks for the links about S Korea. I was talking to a Buddhist couple from S Korea about 10 years ago. They told me even though S Korea is touted as a christian nation, in reality, there are significant number of Buddhists in S Korea. But because christians got funding from Western countries, they were able to terrorize and project power over Buddhists, who had no support from outside. Now, christians in S Korea control the entire country. They do not need any foreign help. Money is the main weapon of christianism.

I am a strong supporter of a union among all eastern religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Sintoism and etc.
<!--QuoteBegin-Kumar+Mar 22 2007, 07:16 PM-->QUOTE(Kumar @ Mar 22 2007, 07:16 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->When spelling their sacred figures or symbols I use lower case. Example: christianity, jesus, god, bible, koran

If that is what you want, then first step is to call the religion of Christians as Christian<b><span style='font-size:14pt;line-height:100%'>ism</b></span>, just like they have named the faith of Bauddha Buddhism, of Hindus Hinduism, of Sikhs Sikhism, of Jains Jainism..., Judaism, Taoism, Shintoism...even Mohammedanism....

<span style='color:red'> So, start by STOPPING to call that religion as christianITY, and calling it what it really is - </span> <span style='color:red'>christianism</span>.
Why not christism?

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