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Military chaplain: Soldier’s rape ‘must have been God’s will’



In February 2009, she reported for active duty training and, upon seeing her rapist, went into shock.



"She immediately sought the assistance of the military chaplain," the lawsuit reads. "When SGT Havrilla met with the military chaplain, he told her that 'it must have been God's will for her to be raped' and recommended that she attend church more frequently."

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/02/18/mi...gods-will/
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Quote:Godman Premananda passes away

‎Deccan Herald - 1 day ago



Controversial godman Swami Premananda,

Godman Premananda, serving double life term, dies in Chennai‎ - Times of India



Premananda passes away‎ - The Hindu



Self styled godman Premananda passes away‎ - Oneindia



Godman Premananda, serving life term, awaits liver transplant

‎The controversial godman has ...



Missionaries finish off another Hindu with a ruthlessness matched only by their prior holy deeds.. And the shameless media gets a few parting gloats..
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Christians burn witches -uncensored video



http://dumnezero.blogspot.com/2011/02/ni...umnezero.)
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[quote name='HareKrishna' date='24 February 2011 - 02:01 AM' timestamp='1298492618' post='110903']

Christians burn witches -uncensored video



http://dumnezero.blogspot.com/2011/02/ni...umnezero.)

[/quote]

Vilage Kisii Nyamataro, Kenya.

The burned persons were accused of witchcraft after they refuse to accept Jesus Christ as the saviour.
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1. http://haindavakeralam.com/HKPage.aspx?P...336&SKIN=C

Quote:Karunanidhi to take forward Sameul Reddy's unfullfilled dream of Yesu Rashtra

25/02/2011 07:41:59 HK



Chennai: Inorder to downplay and divert the serious corruption charges against himself and his family, Tamilnadu CM Karunanidhi now pulls out the reservation card for converted Christians.



Making a fresh appeal to the Centre for including convert Christians in the list of Scheduled Castes, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi today sought the Prime Minister''s personal intervention in the matter.



It is a known fact that late Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Samuel Reddy and Karunanidhi are the two who were tirelessly working towards creating a Yesu Rashtra in South.

One of the comments:

Quote:desikan

25/02/2011 16:03:54 Obvious connections

Connections between DMK's first family and Tamil Maiyyam [color="#800080"](see 1, 2, 3)[/color] clearly indicate why MK is hell-bent on getting the reservations/quotas for Xians in TN.



desikan



2. http://haindavakeralam.com/HKPage.aspx?P...331&SKIN=M

The Long and the short of the 'Godhra Verdict' : " The media has egg on its face"

24/02/2011 08:27:41 H Balakrishnan



To the above, a christist comments:



Quote: Kunjhiram Jacob

24/02/2011 18:21:21 More insight needed

As majority community it was duty to protect our minorities.These are the words of our HM P.Chidam baram.Imagine our pet dogs.Even if they bite us sometimes we do not kill it.If it does not bite,it is no longer a dog,it may be a rabbit.Likewise my countrymen,pls respect the muslims and christians who decided to stay back after partition out of love for this country.See how many children are given educated by christian schools.See how much of mutton and beaf are supplied by muslim merchants to keep our society healthy.They take to violence only out of fear when they are outnumbered.Pls step into the shoes of a minority member and empathise with them.

Meanwhile, in the NorthEast, christists continue to butcher the indigenous Dharmics - the way Jacob's precious islamaniac friends provide "beef" which seems to be the purpose of Jacob's islamics and apparently christists too (what?) staying back after partition: out of a vampiric "love" for this country.



So much for the NE's christist majority protecting the indigenous Dharmic minority, or pukestan's islamic majority protecting the indigenous Dharmic minority.
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http://ishwarsharan.wordpress.com/append...ar-sharan/



Quote:Encyclopaedia Britannica & Wikipedia: Their counterfeit St. Thomas entries exposed – Ishwar Sharan

[...]

We then set to work on the Wikipedia Thomas the Apostle article adding verifiable references and short sections with citations. Every statement we made was supported with an authoritative reference from a recognized historian of Christianity. We were very careful not to delete any material already posted on the page or refer to the demolition of the Kapaleeswara Temple in Mylapore by the Portuguese. However, as our contribution progressed, Mylapore did come into the picture and we introduced it with a reference to Swami Tapasyananda of the Ramakrishna Math in Mylapore and the article he had written in Vedanta Kesari called “The Legend of a Slain Saint to Stain Hinduism.”



This single attributed reference to a Hindu scholar was too much for the Kerala Christian Wikipedia page administrator Tinucherian (Cherian Tinu Abraham). Within an hour of the post, he deleted our reference to Swami Tapsyananda and rolled back the other postings we had made that day. It was a real surprise to us. Where we had made an effort not to interfere with earlier postings, we discovered that the same courtesy was not extended to us and that we would not be informed when we had “offended” Tinucherian’s Christian enterprise. We abandoned Wikipedia as a waste of time and effort and our contributions were soon perverted or deleted altogether.



The concocted absurdities found in the Wikipedia Thomas the Apostle article today, which lacks citations and references that stand up to scrutiny, can be exposed with a single example: the statement in the Thomas and India subsection of the article says that the king who executed Judas Thomas for sorcery and crimes against women, Mazdai (Misdaeus in Greek), was “the local king at Mylapore”. This is a preposterous statement. The name Mazdai (or Masdai) is Persian and specifically identifies a person who is Zoroastrian by religion. Mazdaism identifies a worshiper of Ahura Mazda and is a synonym for Zoroastrianism. Associating the Acts of Thomas and its Persian king Mazdai with Mylapore is motivated Christian scholarship — something Dr. M. Deivanayagam of the Madras-Mylapore Archdiocese would produce — and the fact that the Wikipedia administrator Tinucherian allows such unsupported statements to stand unchallenged shows that he is deeply involved in the crime of writing a deliberately false and perverted history of Christianity in Mylapore.



Wikipedia by its free-for-all constitution and arbitrary, secretive contribution and editorial oversight system lacks all credibility. Every fact checked with this Internet reference has to be checked someplace else if it is to be accepted as authoritative. Many of its articles on Christianity in India are propaganda projects set up to project a particular Christian world view. This is to be expected: the wiki editing system invites India’s cultural enemies, Christian missionaries and other western neo-colonialists, to propound their hostile, anti-Indian theories. Its administrators are not authorities on the subjects they oversee (Tinucherian is a Bangalore software engineer who knows nothing about St. Thomas and the history of Christianity in India except for what his pious mother may have taught him) and their personal prejudices soon become evident and interfere with factual and cited contributions. Wikipedia is the perfect platform for Christian propaganda in India and is being used for that purpose with great effect in its Christianity in India project. This Wikipedia series even employs the symbol of a gold cross superimposed on a light blue map of India, a symbol that is highly offensive to the majority Hindu population who identify India as their mother and civilizational homeland.



The fabulous and false “facts” about St. Thomas and India found in the Encyclopaedia Britannica and its Internet sister Wikipedia make the ancient Greek historian and geographer Strabo into a prophet (he was a contemporary of Jesus and Thomas). He said, “Generally speaking the men who have written on India were a set of liars.” And so it is with the contributors to the mainstream encyclopedias and dictionaries that reference Indian history today.



And closer to home, Sri Aurobindo, in The Foundations of Indian Culture, referred to “the intemperate … vomit of false witness, hatred, [and] uncharitableness … that are the mark of a certain type of Christian literature….”



Falsely accusing the native Hindus population of an ancient India that gave 4th century Syrian Christian refugees from Persia funds and land to build churches, with the murder of their patron saint Mar Thoma, certainly falls into the category of “intemperate vomit of false witness, hatred, and uncharitableness”. Christians are perceived to be an educated and modern secular community, but we see from their fabricated encyclopedic writings on St. Thomas (many of which have appeared after the publication of our 1991 essay) that they are the most superstitious of Indian communities with an obsessive allegiance to an authoritarian and very corrupt medieval Indian church.



But it is not only international English-language reference works that repeat the falsehood that St. Thomas came to South India and was murdered in Madras by hostile Hindus. Indian reference books repeat the St. Thomas tale because they are too lazy to do any original research of their own and simply copy existing sources which are usually Christian or western sources. For example, the Christian Internet reference Indianetzone in its long self-persuading entry for St. Thomas treats him as Kerala’s first Christian missionary. They wax eloquent about the old St. Thomas traditions in Kerala and how everybody believes them so they must be true. Fine for the Christian faithful, but this is story telling not India history writing. A lie does not become truth with old age and much repetition by Christian priests! We have twice contacted the editors and given them the known historical data on St. Thomas, but to no effect. They block our comments, delete our registration from their site, and refuse to acknowledge our mail. Like the Encyclopaedia Britannica and Wikipedia, Indianetzone is deeply attached to its fictitious and fabulous St. Thomas entry and will not let it go for a more prosaic and truthful account of Christianity’s origins in India.



If St. Thomas lived at all — and we have no positive evidence for this either — it was in Palestine and Syria, and it was in Syria and Persia, or Parthia, that he proselytised the inhabitants and established churches.[2] This is what the most ancient Alexandrian tradition maintains and what the seventh and eighth century Metropolitans of Fars, Mar Isho Yahb and Mar Thiomothy, testify to when they refuse to submit to the Patriarch of the East at Seleucia-Ctesiphon because their Persian church had been established by Thomas while his had not.[3] The later Edessene tradition is a case of Edessa glorifying an apostle they considered their own — Thomas had visited their city and they possessed his bones – at the expense of India — if of course the “India” of the Acts doesn’t simply mean Parthia or Persia.



[...]



No surprises. Wacky is full of this. Entire pages on Hindu matters are written up by christoterrorists. E.g. without any reference, Tirumantiram (and its author of course) was gradually pushed down to I think 5th to maybe 8th century CE, from the 200 BCE that the christoBrits had accorded the same. Of course, the reason is the same as behind why christianism has been trying to get the Bhagavad Gita and Kalidasa brought down into in the CE era (Kalidasa is shifted to 6th century CE from 1st century BCE where the christocolonials had placed him).

The reason: christians want to claim inventing bhakti.

And they moreover want to claim Gita and Tirumantiram. But you knew that.



Meanwhile, as I recall, the wacky page on Shiva/Maheshwara went from describing Shiva with red hair to having white-golden hair (isn't that called platinum blonde...?), without any references provided for the change. One can guess at the reason behind this as well.



(But I recall old sacred Tamizh Hindu shlokas by Hindoos describing Maheshwara's mop of wondrous hair as being muddy dark brown. At times, the descriptions of his hair are IIRC "dark/black as the night sky". I see no reason to dispute what Hindoos Who Know say. After all, it's *their* religion/Gods and they knew their Gods.)
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The story that each apostle go in a specific country(Andrew in Ukraine,Peter in Italy,Thomas in India etc)is an well known fake.Everybody know this,even the clergy.Why they keep going along whit this story i dont know.

By comparation ,the biblical Apostles Facts ,show only Paul traveling around,while the other 12 apostles are always depicted as living in Israel,only one time Peter traveling "as far as" Syria to meet whit Paul.



By bringing Gita from previous 200 bc to 100 CE they want to show that vishnuism and shivaism are christian heresies (as one christian site present them exactly by this words).
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Quote:I was amused when about 10 years ago, I came across the Dalitstan web-site. Some

of the stuff on the web-site was so crude that I thought it was a joke. Now I

recall that the the proposed Dalitstan in the map is right in the middle of the

what is now called the red corridor.



I did not paid much attention to the California Textbook Trial when it was going

on, since disagreement on the interpretation of history not that uncommon. Until

I found out that the Dalit Freedom Network wasn't a group of Dalits but a high

powered organization.




I have come across numerous mentions of prestigious Paul Harrison award given to

Binayak Sen in 2004. This award is given annually by the Christian Medical

College in Vellore, India to its alumni.



But who was "Paul Harrison"? What is the criteria of the award? Who are past

winners of this award? Unfortunately the CMC Vellore site does not have a list

of the past winners.




Here is I found.



Who was Paul Harrison, after who the award is naed? Answer: "A renowned medical

missionary"



"Jacob Chandy, WHO passed away in 2007 at the age of 97, was born into a deeply

religious Christian family in Kerala, South India. After obtaining his medical

education at the Madras Medical College, Madras, he serendipitously came to work

with Dr Paul Harrison, Jacob Chandy, WHO passed away in 2007 at the age of 97,

was born into a deeply religious Christian family in Kerala, South India. After

obtaining his medical education at the Madras Medical College, Madras, he

serendipitously came to work with Dr Paul Harrison, a renowned medical

missionary, in the Gulf state of Bahrain.
in the Gulf state of Bahrain."

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20647965





What is the criterion for the award? Here are some of the award winners.



- 1984: "Dr. Lall, surgeon and former Director of the Christian Hospital in

Taxila … Drs. Ernest and Pramila Lall were awarded the Paul Harrison prize by

CMC in 1984, for their challenging demonstration of effective Christian medical

service."


http://www.cmch-vellore.edu/LinkClick.as...&tabid=101



- 2009: "The Paul Harrison Award for Meritorious Service in Rural Areas (an

award given to a distinguished alumnus of the CMC for meritorious service in the

area of health care to the neglected) was given to Chongthu Biakmawia, former

director of the Durtlang Presbyterian Hospital, run by the Presbyterian Church

in Durtlang, Mizoram."




"The most prestigious award of the institution, the Paul Harrison Award for

Meritorious Service, was given to Dr. Chongthu Baikmawia of the batch of 1964.

.. He was also active in setting up primary, middle and high schools and a

technical university in Mizoram. Dr. Biakmawia has lived an exemplary life as

modern day missionary doctor."


http://www.cmch-vellore.edu/pdf/weeklyne...091123.pdf



- 1972: "SILVERA, SHRI C. ..Profession: Medical Practitioner, Political and

Social Worker, Agriculturist and Religious Missionary … got the 'Paul

Harrison Award', 1972 `from the Christian Medical College, Vellore in

recognition of the service in rural areas of Mizoram"
http://www.indiapress.org/election/archi...11mz01.php



- 1966: Dr.Rajanikant Arole …962 – 1966 : Medical Suptd. : FJFM Hospital,

Vadala Mission District Ahmednagar, India…1966 : Paul Harrison Award for

outstanding work in Rural areas. …1972: "Community Health in Asia - Role of

Health In the Development of Nations." Ecumenical Christian Conference, Bangkok
http://www.pravara.com/rajanikantarole.html



- 1988: Stephen B. Hansdak: "He was a `Hidden Gem' that was produced by the

vision of Dr. Ida and the grace of the Lord. … Stephen was born on July 17, 1931

to a Santal family in the village of Dumaria in Jharkand. … Stephen was a third

generation Christian in that region. They took shelter in the home of the

Missionary at the Santal Mission. There they became Christians. Palu went on to

become a Pastor. …Stephen received the Paul Harrison award in 1988."
http://www.vellorecmc.org/Gems%20of%20Ve...ansdak.htm



- 1959: DR JEYABLAN, SUPERINTENDENT OF ST LUKE'S ..Every year the Paul

Harrison Award is bestowed upon an alumnus of Christian Medical College, Vellore

who has made an outstanding contribution to the health and welfare of people in

need. Dr. G.M. Jeyabalan of the batch 1959 was given this award for the year

2002.

…After his training, he joined the St.Luke's Leprosarium at Peikulam in 1967 and

has served there continuously for the past 35 years.


http://www.neemtreetrust.org.uk/stlukes/dr-jeyablan.htm



- 2008: "We have invited Dr Johnny Oommen (batch of 1979-80) and his wife Mercy

as chief guests for the GOTC. Johnny, as most of you know him as, has done

exceptional work in Orissa among the adivasis and was awarded the Paul Harrison

award in 2008" "


http://velloregotc.com/index.php?option=com_c

ontent&view=article&id=57&Itemid=86



"The people in the Bissamcuttack Block are predominantly from the Adivasi

community (62%) and the Dalit community (17%). The Christian Hospital in

Bissamcuttack (CHB) was started by a Danish missionary, Dr Lis Madsen, in 1954.

"


http://velloregotc.com/index.php?option=...&Itemid=58



Conclusion: The award is given to those who fulfill the mission statement of

CMC Vallore which is



"..developing health professionals who can effectively communicate the gospel of

the Lord Jesus Christ and .."




http://home.cmcvellore.ac.in/misc/missio...onMain.htm



http://groups.yahoo.com/group/hinducivil...sage/52468
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http://rajeev2004.blogspot.com/2011/03/w...-nadu.html

Quote:You can see the map of India in the cover. It is the map of a Balkanized India. India divided into a Dalitstan, a Dravidstan, a [color="#FF0000"]Moplahstan, a Mughalstan[/color] etc. Rajiv Malhotra, the principal author of this book, found this map in the room of a [color="#FF0000"]Western scholar[/color] and found that he was talking about training Dalit youths to Balkanize India.

Read the above in the context of things like the oft-seen:



http://www.christianaggression.org/item_...1117777981

Quote:There is nothing "Secular" about the "Right to Convert"

Posted June 3, 2005

From: Laura Kelly (laurakelly@rediffmail.com)

Date: 12 May 2005 10:09:04 -0000



[...]

From 1998 onwards, the disgusting stories about India started appearing in the websites, many are missionary websites, should be seen as part of the larger effort, to tip the worldwide opinion, against India and are aimed at disinformation, destabilization and balkanization. Operation world a missionary organization located in Carlisle UK, in [color="#FF0000"]1993[/color] showed the map of India with J&K and Arunachal Pradesh like it was to be found in some others� territory. It was to the same Operation World located in Australia that the deceased missionary Graham Staines used to dispatch his progress reports. Justice Wadawa committee reports that when these progress reports were solicited for the enquiry from, �Tidings �the magazine, which financed Graham Staines� mission in Orissa, Manoharpur, concerned persons did not cooperate. The commission had to source the copy of Staines� reports through a different channel.96

[...]
Long been the plan to divvy up heathen Bharatam between the troo religions (christoislamicommunism).
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Not sure this goes here.



TSP: christian shoots Hindu dead.



www.thenews.com.pk/TodaysPrintDetail.aspx?ID=4445&Cat=13&dt=3/7/2011

Quote:One killed as Hindu, Christian families clash over kite flying



our correspondent

Monday, March 07, 2011



PESHAWAR: A man was killed and two women sustained injuries when members of Hindu and Christian families exchanged fire over a kite-flying dispute in Saddar area here Sunday, police sources said.



It was leant that a Hindu community member Asif Siraj alias Phool son of Aslam Siraj exchanged harsh words with a Christian, Salim Masih, over a kite-flying dispute in Kalibari area of Peshawar Cantonment.



The two later fought with each other and Salim allegedly opened fire on Phool and his other family members. Superintendent of Police (SP) Cantonment Shafiullah Khan told The News that a man was killed and a woman injured in the incident.



Another official confirmed that Phool was killed in the firing while his mother and aunt sustained bullet injuries. There were initial reports that both the parties were from Christian community.



The police officials, however, said later that Phool was a Hindu. His family and community members protested against the incident and demanded justice from the government.
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[url="http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-12811197"]Religion may become extinct in nine nations, study says[/url]
Quote:The result, reported at the American Physical Society meeting in Dallas, US, indicates that religion will all but die out altogether in those countries.



The team took census data stretching back as far as a century from countries in which the census queried religious affiliation: Australia, Austria, Canada, the Czech Republic, Finland, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Switzerland.

Missionaries are losing sheep in old territories.
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bharatabharati.wordpress.com/2011/03/31/tamil-nadu-politcs-cancerous-church-eats-into-dravidian-parties-radha-rajan/

Tamil Nadu Politcs: Cancerous Church eats into Dravidian parties – Radha Rajan



Pretty scary but predictable stuff on how (crypto) christos are even trying to separate the Shaivam in Hindu TN from the rest of the Hindu religion (including Shaivam elsewhere in India). Never mind that in origins, Tamizh Nadu's Shaivam is very much related to the ancient Shaivam in Kashmir.

In fact, international "Kriyayoga" circles are listing some of the Siddhars of Shaivam with christian names now. What an "unexpected surprise". And one declared that Agastya was a "Dravoodian" originally from TN who kindly helped "Oryans" pen some verses in the Vedam. Hysterisch. What next, Tirumoolar is not a Hindu originating from Kashmir? Who are people kidding?

In a more important sense, both Agastyar and Tirumoolar belong to TN because they are actually Hindus who belong to Akhanda Bharatam. Furthermore, they were reasonably 'settled' in Tamizh and nearby regions of Bharatam (just like the other Siddhar - Adishesha's manifestation - was often visiting ChidambaraNatha, being attached to the Temple), and their language included Tamizh, with Agastya having had much influence on its development. It's only when viewed strictly in terms of geographical origin that both of them are to have been sent from the north to the south (as per tradition in Tamizh Nadu itself). In specific, Agastya was IIRC sent by none other than Shiva and, later, Tirumoolar - who until then had been dwelling either in Kailasa-surroundings or rest of the Himalayas somewhere, can't recall - was told where to find Agastya, whom he then came looking for and caught up with in TN. Cryptochristo "dravoodian" losers clearly don't know, but Tamizh Agamic tradition is derived from the largely-Kashmiri Hindu Rishis of the Hindus' Shaiva Agamas. Tamizh Nadu is inseparable from Kashmir - and so it becomes hard to overlook the huge tract of Hindu geography connecting TN with Kashmir (the land betwixt the two known as the rest of Bharatam ) which one has to cross. Especially if you want to get to the major physical Kailasa which lies on the far end.



Not to mention how the very head of Shaivam - Shiva - is deeply related to the other Hindu Gods in various ways:

+ he is married to the head of Shaktam and most inseparably-attached to her (see mini-nyaasam of Rudra),

+ and he is the brother-in-law (and the husband of the female form) of the head of Vaishnavam,

+ he is the father of Aiyappa, Murugan and Ganapati,

(and that Shiva is Somaskanda - Father+Mother+Cub - is seen even in the way the Temples to the Father, Mother and Baby Skanda in Kanchi are arranged with Baby's Temple in the middle between the two Temples of the Parents)

+ his "origin" is common with that of Saraswati,

+ he forms the Trimoorti with Brahma and Vishnu, and forms unities with them in some manifestations,

+ his own son is the son-in-law of Mahendran,

+ Chandran is attached to his head which also carries Ganga (see mini-nyaasam of Rudra again),

+ he is invoked with Agni, he is inseparably mentioned with various Hindu Gods of the very Hindu Vedam. And (from what I can make out) he is described as being the Sun himself. He is definitely repeatedly described as Vishwaroopa: All Forms/the Form of the All. Same as, say, Mahavishnu.

I am sure there is more.

In short, there is no "Tamizh Shaivam" separate from the rest of Shaivam or as a separate religion from the Hindu religion that encompasses it. Shiva, a God of the Vedam, is what attaches Tamizh Shaiva Hindus to the rest of the Hindu body. There is also the rest of the Vedam to consider, which names other Hindu Gods.





From the link:

Quote:This poisonous Aryan-Dravidian propaganda inter alia also meant –

[...]

Saivism, the religion of the Tamil People of Dravidasthan, is Tamil Saivism and therefore is not Hinduism
Cryptochristianism doesn't know any new tricks does it? Not hard to spot.

Flimsy shake-nines are free to leave Shiva and go their own way (and that's the only option people get). Can stop pretending to be Shaivas, even to themselves. Obviously their allegiance is to dravoodianism and not to Shiva.



1. The nonsensical threat is rather like how cryptochristo "Dravoodians" previously tried to separate Aiyappa from Hindu religion and present him as a stand-alone "Dravoodian-only Tamil deity". (Bahahaha. Too bad for the cryptochristo losers that the Mahavaidya Hindu God - whose Mother is Dhanvantari and whose Father is the Vishwa BhiShak aka Rudra - is the chief (and one of the KulaDevas) of an entire devoutly-Hindu Pandya dynasty which ruled in Kerala, ever since the God became the foundling son to a most fortunate Pandya Maharaja. Of course, Ayyappa is among the Kula- and Ishtadevas of many southern Hindu communities. And he is factually attached to the Vedam, which is of course inseparable from his being say the shaivadharmarakShitaH.)



2. Makes one recall how christos are encroaching on Shangdi, pretending he is the God of a separate Chinese monotheist religion and that that religion predates Daoism.* Meanwhile, Shangdi is very much a Daoist God. In fact, IIRC, Shangdi is that very famous and major God of Daoism: the Jade Emperor, who is himself the embodiment of Daoist Heaven, besides being the Cosmic Ruler of it. Now the christos in China have moved on to Step 2: pretending=claiming that Shangdi is actually the non-existent christian babblical gawd (having set the ball rolling for Step 1: christo-attempts to separate the God from the native Chinese religion/Daoism by pretending his was a separate religion and that he is a separate God, and was "merely later identified by Daoists with a Daoist God"). Step 2 is in order for christianism to claim indigenousness ("we are the original religion of China") while Step 1 is to de-legitimise Daoism as the native religion and to cut the Daoists off from their own God and religious history.

* Christianism has the programmed habit of insinuating/declaring they see "monotheisms" in natural religions and then separating the identified subset into its own stand-alone religion, and then eventually moving in on it, to claim it as christianism. (It's not just Shaivam they've been doing this to.)



But christos always lie. And their lies always follow such a tune. Then again, it only follows: Julian himself did warn most clearly - back in ~360 CE itself - that christianism is an evil lie:

Quote:Emperor Julian writes in Contra Galilaeos ("Against the Christians"):

It is, I think, expedient to set forth to all mankind the reasons by which I was convinced that the fabrication of the Galilaeans (=those who call themselves christians) is a fiction of men composed by wickedness.



3. Another thing I'm reminded of is how, not long back, Hindu Press International/Hinduism Today - the media-arm of "Himalayan Academy" - was promoting the huge lie that "Shiva is [perhaps, possibly, probably and therefore] Yahweh". Which of course then becomes Step 1 for christians to hereafter equate Shiva with the non-existent christian "gawd" of the babble. Already complained about it earlier. "Interesting" that an org claiming to be Shaiva - and they *are* resposible for what their mouthpiece publishes - is peddling Hinduism-esp.-Shaivism=Judaism (which will morph into an equation with christianism soon enough), ending their baaaddd nonsense by encouraging "further exploration of the many similarities between Judaism and Hinduism, particularly Shaivism". Further proof is not required to conclude they obviously don't know Shiva, but know to lie/peddle lies about him though. (Then again, the Himalayan Academy's and Missionaries' dear mutual friend is Swarmy Uglyface aka "swamy agnivesh".)





Hmmm. There's another post to make.
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[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDENmSJIlMI&feature=player_embedded#at=407[/media]



Happy Eastern
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http://www.gandul.info/news/o-fetita-de-...mi-8186183



The Pope Nazinger try to answer about disaster in Japan.
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Apparently freaky religious nutcases in Amrikkka think the world is going to end tomorrow. Not only that, they got their little pet natives mobbing at the rate of some 5000s or so in puny Vietnam, causing the govt there to take note.



1. http://nz.news.yahoo.com/a/-/world/94851...-preacher/

Quote:It's the end of the world, says preacher

AP

May 20, 2011, 4:50 pm



[...]

The prediction originates with Harold Camping, an 89-year-old retired civil engineer from Oakland, Calif., who founded Family Radio Worldwide, an independent ministry that has broadcast his prediction around the world.



The Rapture — the belief that Christ will bring the faithful into paradise prior to a period of tribulation on earth that precedes the end of time — is a relatively new notion compared to Christianity itself, and most Christians don't believe in it. And even believers rarely attempt to set a date for the event.

[color="#800080"](Define "rarely".... Quite a number of amrikkkan christian cults swear by it. And they are trying to spread it/their cults in other western countries too.)[/color]



Camping's prophecy comes from numerological calculations based on his reading of the Bible, and he says global events like the 1948 founding of Israel confirm his math. But even some Christians who believe the Rapture will occur think he's wrong.



The Rev. Tim LaHaye, co-author of the "Left Behind" series of Christian prophecy novels, said Camping "trivializes the very serious study of Bible prophecy by ignoring Jesus' statement that everyone seems to know except him, and that is that no man knows the day nor the hour" that Jesus will return.



Camping has been derided for an earlier apocalyptic prediction in 1994, but his followers say that merely referred to the end of "the church age," a time when human beings in Christian churches could be saved. Now, they say, only those outside what they regard as irredeemably corrupt churches can expect to ascend to heaven.



Camping is not hedging this time: "Beyond the shadow of a doubt, May 21 will be the date of the Rapture and the day of judgment," he said in January.



Such predictions are nothing new, but Camping's latest has been publicized with exceptional vigor — not just by Family Radio but through like-minded groups. They've spread the word using radio, satellite TV, daily website updates, billboards, subway ads, RV caravans hitting dozens of cities and missionaries scattered from Latin America to Asia.



"These kinds of prophecies are constantly going on at a low level, and every once in a while one of them gets traction," said Richard Landes, a Boston University history professor who has studied such beliefs for more than 20 years.

[color="#800080"](In short: christians, like islamics - taking their cue from christianism/islamism - hate life. It's a death-centred religion, like the GrecoRomans used to say.

Wish the sheep would jump already - without taking the rest of the world with them, as they have a tendency to do.)[/color]



The prediction has been publicized in almost every country, said Chris McCann, who works with eBible Fellowship, one of the groups spreading the message. "The only countries I don't feel too good about are the `stans' — you know, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, those countries in Central Asia," he said.



Marie Exley, who left her home in Colorado last year to join Family Radio's effort to publicize the message, just returned from a lengthy overseas trip that included stops in the Middle East. She said billboards have gone up in Israel, Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq.



"I decided to spend the last few days with my immediate family and fellow believers," Exley said. "Things started getting more risky in the Middle East when Judgment Day started making the news."



McCann plans to spend Saturday with his family, reading the Bible and praying. His fellowship met for the last time on Monday.



"We had a final lunch and everyone said goodbye," he said. "We don't actually know who's saved and who isn't, but we won't gather as a fellowship again."



(Is that last line a Collective Suicide threat? Got to admit, it sounds so promisingly definitive "we won't gather again...".

Oh make it so. And they can take any Indian-origin belonging to this particular rapture cult with them. Yes, time for them to get themselves raptured along with their masters who set their time-table. What's the phrase? Gawdspeed.)




In Vietnam, the prophecy has led to unrest involving thousands of members of the Hmong ethnic minority who gathered near the border with Laos earlier this month to await the May 21 event. The government, which has a long history of mistrust with ethnic hilltribe groups like the Hmong, arrested an unidentified number of "extremists" and dispersed a crowd of about 5,000.



No such signs of turmoil are apparent in the U.S.,
though many mainstream Christians aren't happy with the attention the prediction is getting. They reject the notion that a date for the end times can be calculated, if not the doctrine of the Rapture itself.



"When we engage in this kind of wild speculation, it's irresponsible," said the Rev. Daniel Akin, president of the Southeastern Baptist Seminary in Wake Forest, N.C. "It can do damage to naive believers who can be easily caught up and it runs the risk of causing the church to receive sort of a black eye."

(The church already does that to itself pretty well. Doesn't require help in it.)



"I believe Christ could come today. I believe he could choose not to come for 1,000 years," he said. "That's in his hands, not mine."

(Hedging his bets, huh? Clearly, future-forecasting isn't christianism's forte. But they *will* keep trying.)



No one will know for sure whether Camping's prediction is correct until Sunday morning dawns, or fails to dawn. In the meantime, there will be jokes, parties, sermons and — in at least one case_ a chance to make a little money.



Bart Centre, an atheist from New Hampshire, started Eternal Earth-bound Pets in 2009. He offers Rapture believers an insurance plan for those furry family members that won't join them in heaven: 10-year pet care contracts, with Centre and his network of fellow non-believers taking responsibility for the animals after the Rapture. The fee — payable in advance, of course <img src='http://www.india-forum.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Big Grin' /> — was originally $110, but has gone to $135 since Camping's prediction.



Centre says he has 258 clients under contract, and that business has picked up considerably this year. But he's not worried about a sales slump if May 21 happens to disappoint believers.



"They never lose their faith. They're never disappointed," he said. "It reinforces their faith, strangely enough."


(What's so strange about that? Sheep are easy to fleece for a reason... They're given entirely over to belief and delusions. Happens when your pseudo-religion is based entirely on "faith" - which is of prime importance when everything's centred around an invisible/non-existent "gawd" character and narrated by a book that declares said entity's absurd - I mean "infallible" - word.)

About the red bit: Interesting, isn't it, how the peddlers of the christian disease cause tornadoes in Vietnam and Laos. = Direct consequence of christian missionising = direct consequence of christianism.

And now you can guess the religious affiliation of those in Vietnam whose identity has been concealed under the above-mentioned casual-sounding "Hmong ethnic minority/ethnic hilltribe groups like the Hmong".

The Amrikkkan christos are a lost cause. But in case there's no self-rapture in the offing, should make the cult's convert sheep in Asia swear to forswear christianism if this latest rapture delusion didn't happen.





2. http://news.ninemsn.com.au/world/8251780...apocalypse



Quote:US offers coping tips on 'zombie apocalypse'

16:56 AEST Fri May 20 20118 hours 16 minutes ago



AFP



With rumours swirling in conspiratorial corners that the end of the world is nigh, the US government this week posted some online counsel on how to be prepared in case of a zombie apocalypse.



"There are all kinds of emergencies out there that we can prepare for. Take a zombie apocalypse for example," said an official blog post by Assistant Surgeon General Ali Khan on the Centres for Disease Control website.



"You may laugh now, but when it happens you'll be happy you read this, and hey, maybe you'll even learn a thing or two about how to prepare for a real emergency," says the blog.



The tongue-in-cheek post makes no reference to fervent allegations by some preachers that the world will end on Saturday May 21.

(Can they put it in writing that they will successfully do themselves in if their spiel turns out to be wrong? The wheel of fortune becomes too easy to play for Everyman if there's no suitable repercussions for wild claims... After all, they predict/threaten massdeath willy-nilly. They can at least provide their own... Willing - *and prepared* - as they already are. No?)



It does however point to numerous examples of "the rise of zombies in pop culture... (giving) credence to the idea that a zombie apocalypse could happen."

[color="#800080"](Rapture and zombies fears, eh? Makes sense.)[/color]



The blog points readers to emergency preparedness tips that the CDC has long advocated, such as having an emergency kit at one's home containing water, food and supplies "to get you through the first couple of days before you can locate a zombie-free refugee camp," it says.



"(Or in the event of a natural disaster, it will buy you some time until you are able to make your way to an evacuation shelter or utility lines are restored)."

Knowing an evacuation route, having a designated meeting place with family and a list of emergency contacts are also high on the list.



"If zombies did start roaming the streets, CDC would conduct an investigation much like any other disease outbreak," it promises.



Explains why I kept hearing rapture jokes from my friends here (agnostics, of course) all week. Being slow to comprehend, I've at last worked out what the refs were to.



Next the christians=madmen will be back all through 2012 whining their heads off that "The End is Nigh! Nigh, I tell you! And we really really *really* mean it this time. Not like last time when we only really x2 meant it." (enz)





3. Sadly, not everything is harmless fun.

Still at http://news.ninemsn.com.au/world/8251780...apocalypse



In other news for May 20, 2011 (in the links to the side at the url) - some pure vomit:

Quote:More world news:

Sweden: 23 women suspected of child porn

Five shot dead in Syria protest: witnesses

Malaysians protest against Aust refinery

Tents set up for homeless in Turkey quake

Malaysians protest against Aust refinery

Philippines brothel raid: Aussies arrested

Taliban bomb targets US cars in Pakistan

N Korea stages trial over S Korea songs

Obama, Netanyahu at odds on Mideast peace

Gusmao accuses UN of trampling on Timor

Christianism trickling down into society again? Bold bit is like the run-up to those holy christian nuns (catholic, IIRC) some years back in the US who sexually abused=raped little deaf boys. That's what happens when you're possessed by the (non-existent, of course) holy spook.

Maybe the rapture will get them tomorrow. And take them straight to the non-existent quartet of jeebus=satan=holy spook=gawd in the firey pit of non-existent "heaven". :fingers crossed:
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Husky,



From the list of new articles in your post.



[url="http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-world/philippines-brothel-raid-aussies-arrested-20110520-1ewjt.html"]Philippines brothel raid: Aussies arrested [/url]



Quote:Prostitution is illegal in the Philippines, Asia's Roman Catholic outpost, but the sex trade flourishes openly in many urban areas including Manila and Angeles, which until 1992 had hosted a US military base.

Geopolitical angle is being touted by "writers" of even the most routine general interest articles.

But wait, it gets much better....



Quote:President Benigno Aquino has been stepping up efforts to curb human trafficking, which the US State Department said remains a serious problem in the impoverished former American colony.



Earlier this month, a lower court in the south sentenced two Swedish men to life in prison after their arrest in 2009 for operating a cybersex shop where 17 adult Filipinas performed ..on web cameras for paying internet clients.



This is the first time, I am even hearing of Phillipines described as a US colony......
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Dhu, see #3 below.

#2 is the news of note.



1. Seems the latest call for rapture didn't happen. (Again.)

There's a shock. (Again.)



Curious. Christians who swear by the Rapture IIRC believe that all the most Faithful sheep will disappear (be raptured by gawd) before said gawd smites - to use the biblical term - the remaining humans, the UnChosen. Cue doom and gloom. "And gawd will smite the wicked."



So, now it turns out that all those who threatened "Rapture+Judgement Day on May 21" didn't get raptured either, they can only conclude that they're not The Faithful, as they had thus far imagined (they threatened all others to "repent, the end is nighhhh". In fact, as No One got raptured on May 21 (convential causes of death/disappearances don't count as being taken by The Rapture/veloceraptor), it means that gawd didn't think anyone was worthy enough to join him in heaven and that everyone - including the most faithful christians currently infecting planet earth - can expect the fire and brimstone, whenever that is next supposed to strike.

It also means that the biblical gawd is a terrible sadist - exactly as described in the babble - since he likes to torture humans, all of today's humanity certainly, for an eternity. (What the inquisition did is nothing in comparison, apparently. Christian inquisitors got all their inspiration for tactics from the holy spook=gawd=jeebus.)



As horrible as the character of the biblical gawd sounds, though, you can't blame him, since he doesn't exist. Really, the only thing to blame is the deadly cult of christianism/islamism which concocted him.





2. If people here have sufficiently recovered from the shock that there was no rapture despite the faithful faithfully believing in it (and threatening people with "doom/repent!"):



http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2011/05/2...78226.html

Quote:Associated Press

Shock after Dutch priest endorses pedophilia

By TOBY STERLING , 05.21.11, 07:20 AM EDT



AMSTERDAM -- The Dutch Catholic Church and the Salesian order are investigating revelations that a Salesian priest served on the board of a group that promotes pedophilia with the full knowledge of his boss.



The order's top official in the Netherlands, Delegate Herman Spronck, confirmed in a statement that the priest - identified by RTL Nieuws as 73-year-old "Father Van B." - served on the board of "Martijn," a group that campaigns to end the Dutch ban on adult-child sex.

The group is widely reviled but not outlawed.



"Of course we reject this and distance ourselves from this personal initiative" on the part of the priest, Spronck said in a statement. "Membership in such organizations does not fit with the ethos of the Salesian order."

(But now watch Spronck himself. And further on, he will declare that sexually abusing 12 year olds is okay. So exactly what this maniac is condemning his friend Father van B. and their like-minded pals in "Martijn" for remains to be seen. Maybe they're squabbling over the age, the way muslims argue that Mohammed wouldn't have sexually attacked a 6-year old Ayesha and hence "isn't" a paedophile "since she was *already* 9 when it happened!")



However, Spronck's own superior in Belgium said he will investigate both Spronck and Van B., after [color="#FF0000"]both men[/color] were quoted by RTL Nieuws as saying such relationships aren't always harmful.

Superior Jos Claes told Belgian television on Saturday he "couldn't imagine" that both men would not be disciplined, but said he must make sure of the facts first.



"Society thinks these relationships are harmful. I disagree," RTL quoted Van B. as saying. He served on Martijn's board from 2008 until 2010, when its founder was arrested for alleged possession of child pornography, a case that is ongoing.



Van B. told RTL he remains a member of Martijn and now lives in a retirement home in eastern Netherlands.



In a second interview, RTL quoted Spronck as saying he was aware of Van B.'s pedophilia and membership in Martijn, and even of two instances where the priest had been fined by police for exposing himself in public. But he said he didn't think that was sufficient reason to ban him from the order.



"Removing someone from the order is something you would only do in the case of grave moral transgression, such as rape. There was never any question of that," Spronck was quoted as saying.


[color="#800080"](There you go. Christian morals.)[/color]



Spronck added that adult-child sexual relations do not necessarily have to be damaging, including with children as young as 12.

[color="#800080"](How very catholic-cult his opinion is. Of course, as a faithful priest, he sees nothing contradicting in the sexual abuse of children and being a follower of jeebus. Because the two don't contradict, as the holy church repeatedly demonstrates. Note catholic priests are supposed to be celibate. That means no wife or even girlfriend. Often means no priestly boyfriend, but many have one or more.

But kids are green-lighted, by jeebus/holy spook itself. Spronck and Vader van B. see no issue here and neither does the Vatican - actions and documents speak clearly on this matter. The "vicar of christ" Ratzinger regularly does nothing about it - darth sidious' booing and hissing on cue for the camera to save face doesn't qualify - which tells all most clearly where christ itself stands on the matter. Or would stand on the matter, if it existed.

Besides, Ratzy's own opinion is the same as Spronck: that the many Van B's and Sproncks "haven't committed any grave moral transgression to warrant" their getting defrocked or excommunicated etc.)[/color]



Spronck and his organization could not be reached Saturday for comment. According to its website, the Dutch arm of the Salesians has 14 employees and 400 volunteers and aims to help poor children.

[color="#800080"](And the same impetus similarly expands to: to "help" heathen children. Be scared.)[/color]



Dutch Catholic Church spokesman Pieter Kohnen said Saturday that, even with sex abuse scandals rocking the church worldwide, this particular case was "unbelievable" and the church utterly rejects pedophilia. He said if Superior Claes did not act quickly to reform the Dutch Salesian order's leadership, the matter would be referred to Rome.



RTL's report detailed Van B.'s movements over two decades, through three dioceses and six parishes in the Netherlands where the priest often departed under a cloud of suspicion.



Pastor Rudy de Kruijf in the eastern city of Wijchen said Van B. had helped him as recently as Christmas, but his church ended contact immediately when it learned of his past.



Kohnen said the Church has done extensive background checks on all employees since 2004, but in Van B.'s case that would not have helped since he was a volunteer.



Thousands of past cases of alleged sexual abuse by Dutch priests are under investigation by an independent but church-funded commission in the Netherlands.

[color="#800080"](Independent, yet church-funded. Rather like the word "secular" means when imposed on heathen climes.)[/color]



[color="#0000FF"]The Dutch church, which has more than 4 million members, set up a body to deal with abuse allegations in 1995. But the independent commission was formed last year after shocking abuse cases were uncovered just as similar stories were snowballing in neighboring Germany.



Several of the most prominent abuse cases coming to light recently in the Netherlands have also involved Salesians at boarding schools and orphanages in the 1950s and 1960s.[/color]





Copyright 2011 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

To all heathens: Keep Your Kids Away From All Christians. From all Christianism.

As you love your life, if you love your kids, keep them away.

Keep the kids away from christians schools, from all things christian, etc. Just avoid. Like the Bubonic Plague.





3.

[quote name='dhu' date='21 May 2011 - 07:48 AM' timestamp='1305943818' post='111637']This is the first time, I am even hearing of Phillipines described as a US colony......

[/quote]- Phillipines is considered an American colony in more ways than one.

- "American Samoa" (part of Samoa) is officially considered a colony or something of that nature.

- S Korea is an American colony in the sense that the global US military bases have graced it with their esteemed presence and as a direct consequence (not my words) Korean women have been free prey for the "Officers And Gentlemen" of the US armed forces.



Of course, Phillipines is a famous example of what that attention entails. So famous in fact, that this next line must jump out as extreme hypocrisy to even Joe 6-pack from America:

Quote:President Benigno Aquino has been stepping up efforts to curb human trafficking, which the US State Department said remains a serious problem in the impoverished former American colony (Phillipines).
America is famous for sending back Filipino women - who went to the US for work (of a non-sexual nature) - in literal bodybags. They (their lifeless bodies) arrive back in the Asian homeland in huge numbers every year. There are documentaries on this. And on what transpires in between.



Filipino women are also seen as mail-order brides in the US for being perceived as docile women (general E/SE Asian stigma) who are brought up traditionally catholic (in catholic Philipines divorce is a big no-no).



This is all a direct consequence of the conversion of the Philipines, by the way. As is their continued assent in being the harem of the US (this assent also manifests in how you can see Filipino dating agencies offering their own women to overseas custom. Apparently geography is no issue). All "ethnic" nations are groomed for this. And it's the act of conversion (or even being marked for conversion) that brings the misfortune. The kids, the women, and - as seen in the "Papal Gentlemen" episode in the Vatican - the men also.



From belonging to one's own - one's own country=community (which is one of the forms of protection that a separate religion offers people) - one becomes the plaything of others (conversion creates accessibility in both directions; while being marked for conversion creates the opportunity from the predator's end to prey on the victims, e.g. missionaries sexually abusing heathen children. I.e. marked for conversion creates one-way accessibility). Human trafficking, child trafficking.

- Child abuse rings of the involuntarily victims by (missionary) foreigners (and local converts) in "ethnic" nations, including especially heathen "ethnic" nations.

- Willing (demand-supply controlled) prostitution rings multiplied by foreign presence (and local middle-men) in "ethnic" nations, especially among the converts. E.g. wherever there's a US military base in Asia.





Anything more on this topic will delve into human trafficking, and its unique geographical/ethnic skew when it comes to supply and demand, and into very unsavoury matters not meant for people here.
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Quote:Pastor’s wife accuses him of sexual abuse of minor girls

In her police complaint, Priyalatha has charged Shantaraju, pastor of Bethel Church and Bethel Student Centre, with having sex with young girls and getting them to abort



S Shyam Prasad



Posted On Friday, June 17, 2011 at 12:05:26 AM



[Image: sex%20inside.jpg]

Pastor Shantaraju with a minor girl whom he is said to have sexually abused



A city pastor has been accused by his own wife of being a paedophile and of misappropriating church funds. The charges against K Shantaraju, the 45-year-old pastor of the Bethel Church and Bethel Student Centre in Siddhartha Nagar, Jalahalli West, are being probed by the police after a complaint was filed by his wife Priyalatha at Gangammanagudi police station on Wednesday.



Priyalatha said she deferred filing a police complaint against her husband all these years because she thought it fit to first raise the issue with his superiors. She also believed she could prevail upon him to mend his ways, but having failed she has now provided the police with photos which show Shantaraju in various poses with an alleged minor girl.



“The children who were brought to the centre for the purpose of education are being used for illegal activities. Minor children are being used for sexual activities in the centre. He has sexual relationships with many girl children. I have witnessed these activities. When questioned, he threatened to kill me and my two children,” Priyalatha says in her complaint.



Priyalatha has been married to Shantaraju for 15 years ago. After the death of her father-in-law Moses, her husband inherited the Bethel Church and Bethel Student Centre and she alleges that her husband has been misusing donations from abroad that the centre and church receives.



Shantaraju, who claimed that he has been separated from his wife for 11 years and is fighting a divorce case, denied all charges. “The whole thing is a plot to gain control over the trust and its properties. We used to receive Rs 2.5 lakh per month to provide for 275 children. She has made these allegations to the donors and donations have stopped in the last few months. She has brainwashed my mother and brother and they are also making false claims against me,” Shantaraju told Bangalore Mirror.



“Our second daughter is just seven years old; now explain that,” said Priyalatha, in a curt response to Shantaraju’s claim that they had been separated for 11 years.



Shantaraju also alleged that the photos were taken in 2005 and that his wife has manipulated them to show him in bad light. “The girl is 21 years old now and not a minor. My wife is trying to cheat the law with old photos. I have been called by the police now and I will show them the real facts. I am a trained pastor and my only aim is to continue the good work of my father in helping poor children,” Shantaraju said. Priyalatha clarified that the photos have been in her possession after she came across an unexposed roll of film two years ago. Suspecting something amiss, she got them developed and printed.



Gangammanagudi police station’s inspector S D Chabbi confirmed the complaint and said that a FIR has already been registered and investigation is on. “I do not want to pass any comments on the issue and we are still investigating the matter.



There has been no arrests made. There are two parties, Shantaraju on the one side, and his wife, mother and brother on the other. The wife has complained to donors and they have stopped funding the organisation. We also came to know that they is a marital dispute between them and they are still fighting a divorce case. We are humans first and do not want to make arrests and then investigate,” Chabbi said.



The couple has two daughters and Priyalatha revealed that they have been sent to Hyderabad for their safety. In her complaint, Priyalatha mentions that she is living in a shed in the compound of the centre along with her mother-in-law Shantamma and brother-in-law Vinay Kumar Mathew.



Priyalatha rubbished her alleged interest in getting hold of church property. “His allegation against me of trying to gain property is the latest to hide his sins. He started having an affair with this girl when she was just 14. She got an abortion at the age of 16. In front of me they have lived together. Of course, she is a major now. Other minor girls were also abused by him and had abortions. Their parents are afraid to come forward for fear of spoiling their lives. My own daughter who is 15 years old now has gone into depression after seeing his affairs with minor girls,” she explained.



This is not the first complaint against Shantaraju. An anonymous letter sent to the Karuna Bal Vikas, an organisation in Chennai that funds the Bethel Student Centre, earlier this year had accused Shantaraju of sexually exploiting minor girls in the centre. This letter also had photos of Shantaraju while on excursions with female students.



Priyalatha’s advocate RLN Murthy said that a complaint has also been given to the city police commissioner’s office. “A pastor should be a model to society. Ordinary people look up to him. The allegations here are of a very serious nature. It also calls for keeping a check on dubious institutions which are using foreign donations for nefarious activities,” Murthy said.



http://bangaloremirror.com/article/1/201...irls-.html
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Quote:Compulsory conversion of the parents by Christian Missionaries for admitting Hindu children

June 24, 2011

Jyeshtha Krushna Ashtami, Kaliyug Varsha 5113



Dahanu (Maharashtra) : ‘Loyola Madhyamik Ashram Shala’ is a missionary school run by Christian missionaries. It is located at an impassable forest area called Nagzari-Dongaripada. Rural District Head, Shivsena, Thane , Mr. Prabhakar Raul and his associates exposed the Priest and the Headmaster who were converting the Hindus forcibly despite getting grants from the Government. (This is the reality of these Missionary schools! Congratulations to Mr. Prabhakar Raul and his associates for exposing the real nature of the Christian schools ! – Editor SP)



Sahil Nangare, Rohit Morgha, Sameer Morgha, Krutik Dhak were to be admitted in the 1st std. So the Adivasi parents had gone to the school for their admission. That time they were told to get converted by Priest Jacob and Headmaster Luis Masmar. The parents opposed conversion. So they were denied admission to their children. (Priest and Headmaster showing arrogance after swindling the Government grants, which in fact are collected from Hindus as tax. There is no alternative to unity among Hindus to teach a lesson to these fanatics ! – Editor SP) Thereafter the parents went to Mr Raul. (Today Hindus suffering injustice relying on Shiv Sainiks, is a symbol showing their decreasing faith in the police ! - Editor SP) He along with a Delegation of Shivsainiks took the Priest and the Headmaster to task by going there. They also warned them that if the children were not given admission then they would agitate severely.

Stop the grants given to Missionary Schools ! – Shiv Sena



On this occasion Mr. Raul announced that, a Government Ashram Shala will be started through the medium of Panttattva Seva Nyas to stop the conversion of Adivasi Hindus. Missionaries do not allow Hindus to put tilak on forehead and to wear bangles. Jobs are given only to convert Hindus.



The Adivasis are fed up with this arrogant attitude. He assured them that Shiv Sena will strive till the end to give them solace. The Government is supporting the Missionaries who are torturing the Adivasis physically and mentally. They also made a demand that the Government should stop the grants given to these schools immediately.



Source: Dainik Sanatan Prabhat



http://www.hindujagruti.org/news/12200.html



"It's ok to get knocked down, as long as you get back up swinging!"
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Another titus worshipper being true to the christian record of rape and pillage of natives:



[url="http://indiatoday.intoday.in/site/story/church-priest-rapes-minor-girl-and-sets-her-ablaze-in-andhra-pradesh/1/143246.html"]Andhra Pradesh: Church priest rapes minor girl and sets her ablaze[/url]



Quote:A Christian priest has been arrested for raping a 16-year-old girl and setting her ablaze in his house at Nadendla village of Guntur district in Andhra Pradesh.



The girl, N. Mounika, who was working as a domestic help in the house of Dasi Ajay Babu, a pastor in the Andhra Evangelical Lutheran Church, succumbed to her burns at the Guntur General Hospital on Wednesday. Before dying, the girl told her parents - N. Prasad and Rani - that she had been sexually exploited by the pastor for the past one year. On Tuesday, when he molested her again, she threatened to inform her parents about this. So, he beat her up, following which she lost consciousness.



Afraid that she had died, Ajay poured kerosene on her, set her ablaze and fled. Neighbours, who heard Mounika's cries, rescued her and rushed her to a hospital in Chilakaluripet, from where she was shifted to Guntur.



The police said the pastor's uncle and aunt - Steven and Ratna Prashanti - then forced Mounika to give a declaration to the magistrate that she had suffered burns while cooking in the house.



But Mounika's parents complained to Guntur (rural) superintendent of police Ravichandra about the dying declaration given under force and Ajay was arrested.



Ajay's wife had been staying separately. In her absence, he lured Mounika into a relationship. The girl, who completed Class X recently, was pressuring him to marry her, the police said.
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