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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

An anti-Christian plan is being carried out across India, says Catholic activist

By Aussiegirl

So it's no longer just Muslims that Christians have to fear in India, now the Hindus have joined the battle.

AsiaNews.it

After visiting Rajasthan a few days before the local state legislature adopts an anti-conversion bill, All India Catholic Union President John Dayal writes to Prime Minister Singh saying that Christians are no longer victims of random attacks but are targets of a plan to rid the country of its minorities.

[...] In concluding his appeal, Dayal writes: “Dear Prime Minister, the time has come for a serious look at this pattern of hate against Christians. This is not the average communal riot or victimization which sporadically bursts out, and then dies out. This is a sustained terror campaign against our community, even if each incident is separated from the next in space and time.


COMMENT
Scribe said:

Most of this persecution is the work of Hindutva, a radical Hindu group responsible for assassinating Gandhi in 1947 or 1948.

Most of the Christians persecution by Hindutva have occurred in the Indian state of Orissa. About ten years ago, an Australian missionary and his two little boys were doused with gasoline and torched in their jeep by a mob of Hindutvas.

Hindutva began in the 1930s and drew much of their inspiration from Nazi literature.

Some note should be taken of how global Nazi/fascist literature and ideas have been. Its literature and terminology has shown up in many diverse places such as Europe, the US, South America, the Balkans, India, and all throughout the muslim world. Nazi slogans were broadcast daily during the Rwandan masssacres in 1994 to incite the Hutus to kill Tutsis.

Naziism/Fascism has again reared up its ugly head. German fascism of the Hitler variety has been characterized as a right-wing movement supported by conservatives wanting protection from the communists, but this is totally incorrect. There is nothing at all conversative about Nazi/fascism--it is as radical and revolutionary as communism and thoroughly destructive of democratic or traditional societies and their values as any ideology that ever existed.

Nazi/fascism/communism, in whatever guise it takes, has no tolerance for the Judeo-Christian ethos and is intent on its destruction. The holocaust of the Jews was only the first part of that program--the Christians were also to meet the same fate.

Scythian Princess said...

Indeed many Christians did. The Slavs were classified as "untermenshen" or "sub-humans" and routinely slaughtered if they did not cooperate or could not/would not be used as slave labour.

You are right that there is nothing "conservative' about Naziism. There is no difference between Naziism and communism, apart from degree. Martin Amos in his book on Stalin, "Koba the Dread," said that Stalin made Hitler look like a demented boy scout.

3 Comments:

At 6:09 PM, Anonymous scribe said...

Most of this persecution is the work of Hindutva, a radical Hindu group responsible for assassinating Gandhi in 1947 or 1948.

Most of the Christians persecution by Hindutva have occurred in the Indian state of Orissa. About ten years ago, an Australian missionary and his two little boys were doused with gasoline and torched in their jeep by a mob of Hindutvas.

Hindutva began in the 1930s and drew much of their inspiration from Nazi literature.

Some note should be taken of how global Nazi/fascist literature and ideas have been. Its literature and terminology has shown up in many diverse places such as Europe, the US, South America, the Balkans, India, and all throughout the muslim world. Nazi slogans were broadcast daily during the Rwandan masssacres in 1994 to incite the Hutus to kill Tutsis.

Naziism/Fascism has again reared up its ugly head. German fascism of the Hitler variety has been characterized as a right-wing movement supported by conservatives wanting protection from the communists, but this is totally incorrect. There is nothing at all conversative about Nazi/fascism--it is as radical and revolutionary as communism and thoroughly destructive of democratic or traditional societies and their values as any ideology that ever existed.

Nazi/fascism/communism, in whatever guise it takes, has no tolerance for the Judeo-Christian ethos and is intent on its destruction. The holocaust of the Jews was only the first part of that program--the Christians were also to meet the same fate.

 
At 1:22 AM, Anonymous Scythian Princess said...

Indeed many Christians did. The Slavs were classified as "untermenshen" or "sub-humans" and routinely slaughtered if they did not cooperate or could not/would not be used as slave labour.

You are right that there is nothing "conservative' about Naziism. There is no difference between Naziism and communism, apart from degree. Martin Amos in his book on Stalin, "Koba the Dread," said that Stalin made Hitler look like a demented boy scout.

 
At 2:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are so full of shit. Hindutva isnt a group but a movement to reunite India with its Vedic past and to mitigate the wrongs done in its history by Muslims AND Cnristians. We observe Christian holidays in India, where christians are just 2-3% of the population. Which Christian country celebrates a Hindu festival? As for terrorism goes, you need to go to the north east India where Christians have evangelized the tribals and now prevent the remaining non christians from celebrating their traditional festivals with the threat of violence. When has the movement of Hindutva ever talked about banning Christmas or good friday in India? The problem with Christians is that they feel they are the only right ones, and that would not be a problem if only they would mind their own business. But unfortunately, they insist on spreading the word of the Lord to us barbarians by any means possible.
Why don't you keep your lord to yourself and let us worship whatever we want to be it rabbits or cows or monkeys? what is your prblem?
-hinduzionkafir

 

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