Conversion mafia behind attacks on Hindu leaders

January 9, 2011

I wrote this initially for publication in a newspaper, but on second thoughts decided they would have too hard a time with it. Hence I decided to just post it here. I omitted to add a bunch of other information I had because of the word limit, but it would be useful to think of:

a) how the media and the State always suppress information about the misadventures of Christist godmen: the Sister Abhaya case has been essentially shelved because the Supreme Court (how conveniently!) decided that narco-analysis was not acceptable, just in time for the perps nun Seffi and godmen Kottoor and Puthrukkayil to escape

b) how large-scale conversion has turned not only the Northeast, but most of Kerala and parts of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh into Xtist-majority areas where Hindus are oppressed

c) how land-grab is one of the major objectives: the tribals are converted, and their land is simply taken over by the Xtists. The entire Western Ghats in Kerala, formerly tribal and public land, has been captured by Xtists

d) how Xtists are expropriating Hindu cultural artifacts and claiming them to be their own, eg. bharatanatyam, mohini attam, yoga, karnatic music

e) how Hindu leaders and Hindu children are being abducted in Pakistan (especially in Baluchistan) and there is not a peep from the Government of India about it. Most recently, the most revered Hindu monk, an 80-year-old, was abducted and hasn’t been heard from since — we should presume he has been murdered

f) how Xtist icons have started appearing with State benediction. The crosses on official Indian coins are clearly Xtist idols.

I did not have space to go into these, but they are worth considering.

Here’s the original article:

Is there a powerful mafia working tirelessly to convert Hindus?

Rajeev Srinivasan wonders if there is a malevolent design behind how Hindu leaders are consistently subjected to brutality by the State

What do Aseemanand, Lakshmananda and the Kanchi Swami have in common? They were all making things difficult for missionaries to meet their conversion targets, and they paid for that ‘sin’. There is a sinister pattern – if you stand in the way of the conversion mafia, they will liquidate you.

Aseemanand’s social and educational work for decades in the tribal Dangs district of Gujarat has been highly appreciated by the tribals themselves. But he has been jailed on flimsy charges, likely tortured, and what sounds suspiciously like a ‘confession-at-the-point-of-a-gun’ has been wrung out of him.

Lakshmananda, the octogenarian monk who worked for thirty years in Orissa’s tribal areas, was the subject of many death threats; he was physically assaulted; and finally he and others in his ashram were gunned down with AK-47s.

The Kanchi Swami was humiliated – tejovadham – on trumped-up charges; he was jailed like a common criminal (as though house arrest were unknown in India), in a deliberate effort to damage the prestige of the Kanchi Sankara Matham. The Kanchi Swami’s ‘crime’? He has been active among the scheduled castes in Tamil Nadu, ensuring their inclusion in what had long been criticized as an upper-caste institution.

The list is endless: there is the Bangalore monk Nityananda – wasn’t it quite amazing that minutes after his allegedly compromising videos were flashed on TV, there was a self-organizing ‘irate mob’ available to burn down his ashram? After all the righteous indignation, when the alleged woman in the video – actress Ranjitha – said that the whole thing was fabricated by a missionary, who is also issuing death threats against her, that was blanked out by the pliant media.

Possible reason for the wrath against Nityananda: the charismatic, lower-caste monk was seen as a role model, and was attracting large numbers of young followers from the lower castes.

Then there were the persistent allegations against the Sai Baba of Puttaparthi regarding pedophilia – it turned out that when challenged in court, the accusers simply had no leg to stand on.

There have been many attempts to damage the prestige of the Sabarimala shrine. The possible reason: there has been a lot of conversion among lower castes, especially in Tamil Nadu, by the judicious use of a Madonna cult. This appeals to the Indian weakness for mother-and-child memes (as in the baby Krishna imagery), and resulted in a rather good harvest. The growth of the Sabarimala pilgrimage halted this particular conversion juggernaut.

First, there was the attempt to physically wipe out the shrine – although that could be attributed to more mundane motives, such as encroaching on the forest land nearby. Some time in the 1950s, before the pilgrimage became popular, Christians actually set fire to the temple.

Then there was the attempt to manufacture a historical Christian presence at Nilakkal, on the route of the pilgrimage. Allegedly, a 2000-year-old wooden cross, installed by the famous Saint Thomas, was unearthed intact. That would have been a genuine miracle – 2000-year-old wood does not survive buried in Kerala’s humid earth; and Thomas had never even come to India (he died in Ortona, Italy, as certified by the Vatican). But it was a good try.

Third, there was the ‘compromising photographs’ ploy. The chief priest of Sabarimala was invited to an apartment in Cochin, where he was coerced into compromising positions, and photographed, by some Christians.

Fourth, there was the “I went to Sabarimala and touched the deity” scam by a film-extra. She claimed that, contrary to custom that women of child-bearing age do not visit the shrine, she had gone there in her twenties, and in the crush of pilgrims, had fallen in the sanctum and touched the murti by accident, thus polluting it. All of which turned out to be untrue. No surprise that she is married to a Christian.

If you put two and two together, it can be seen that there is a Vietnam, or a South Korea, developing in India. These Buddhist-dominated nations were rapidly Christianized in the post-war period; Buddhist monks were seen self-immolating in South Vietnam, in self-sacrificing protest against religious oppression at the hands of Catholic tyrants like Madame Nhu.

Similarly, South Korea, for long a Buddhist-majority nation, was turned in five decades into a Bible-thumping country. In India’s northeast, of course, converted Nagas now demand a separate Christian Naga nation. Violent Christian terrorist groups massacre Hindus – Shanti Tripura, a Hindu monk, was shot dead (ah, the signature AK-47 again) in his temple. The same with Bineshwar Brahma, Hindu Bodo leader and litterateur. Then there are the Hindu Reang tribals, 45,000 of whom were ethnically cleansed from Tripura for refusing to convert.

This pattern of abuse suggests that there is indeed a systematic, sinister plan in action.

Rajeev Srinivasan is a management consultant.

825 words, Jan 8, 2011

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11 Responses to “Conversion mafia behind attacks on Hindu leaders”

  1. rsajan Says:

    Was Sabarimala not a temple of Avalokiteswara Bodhisatwa? Are you sure it was not a Buddhist shrine, converted to Hinduism, like most other ‘temples’ in Kerala?

  2. rajeev2007 Says:

    nice try, comrade sajan, but no cigar. there is just one temple in kerala, at kodungalloor, which was possibly a buddhist nunnery. most other ‘temples’ [what, you have a problem with the word?] in kerala are devi temples, which go back to the early days of human civilization, when chthonic deities like goddesses and serpent deities were universally worshipped. the first humans to settle down in agricultural communities set up these forms of worship — fertility was the name of the game, and women’s fertility correlated to the earth’s fertility, and male fertility was denoted by the serpent.

    as for the second issue, yes, sabarimala was a shrine to the avalokitesvara padmapani, but also simultaneously a shrine to siva: there was no conflict between the worshippers of siva and the avalokitesvara! i happen to have the perfect reference to this: hsiuen tsang, a chinese. since he is chinese, whatever he said would be god’s own truth to comrades like you, sakhav sajan, so you may have to take sakhav xuen zang’s word for it. see my old column: http://www.rediff.com/news/dec/31rajeev.htm

    it was your beloved mohammedans, comrade sajan, who destroyed all the hindu temples in the north, and also wiped out buddhism. hindus have almost always lived in peace with buddhists.

    it’s because of self-loathing idiots like comrade sajan that xtists and mohdans now totally dominate kerala.


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  4. jajithkumar Says:

    But the Xian conversionists have not much oxygen lefts because Islam is breathing down their neck and all their strongholds will be lost in 21st century. Europe is already +50% Muslims and in Iraq, Af-Pak, Egypt etc., whatever is left of Christianity is being wiped out with AK-47.

  5. S Rajeev Says:

    that is precisely the point. xtism is losing out in its home territory to fast-growing mohdan populations (it’s not 50%, the biggest mohdan population in europe is in france at about 15%). therefore they need fresh blood: new converts. and where are the unconverted? why, china and india, of course. if they go to china, the comrades will shoot them — or worse, they will coopt the church. in fact, the official catholic church of china reports to the communist party, not to the vatican!

    and that leaves india. vulnerable, idiotic, impoverished hindu masses who believe “all religions are equal” etc. by giving them money, they can easily be converted.

    and that is precisely the plan. which works because the government has taken great care to keep 500 million indians poor. thanks, nehruvian stalinists!

  6. krishnatvm Says:

    I had the pleasure of reading your articles in DNA. Congratulations and thank you for standing up for the less vocal unfortunate masses. Yes, evangelists are a typical mafia. That is the right word to describe them. I remember watching a debate on a TV channel on the issue of forced conversions few years back. The christian bishop in the panel was so adamant and shameless to justify it and even went to the extent to call the spokesperson of BJP Mr BP Singhal a fanatic on the concluding remarks. As usual, being an old guy who didn’t expect this, Mr Singhal was taken back by this. He could not respond quickly and the channel concluded the program making the point. I got a feeling that, the guys representing Hindus need to be aggressive and experienced in handling the crooks coming in the guise of peace loving innocents and also the media mafia. I thought for sometime about that program and concluded that the right word to use to retort in a situation like that is ‘conversion mafia’. Mr Singhal should have done it then and there itself. If it was his brother Mr Ashok Singhal of VHP, he would have readily done it. As Annie Basant urged Hindus a century ago, it is time for Hindus to fight back. Keep up the great work. There are thousands behind you.

  7. krishnatvm Says:

    Dear Mr Rajiv, You might have noticed that Swami Vivekananda’s 150th birth anniversary is on Jan 12, 2013. Various organizations are preparing to mark this event with befitting programs. I as an individual have been trying to draw attention of people towards this upcoming event so that they can participate and contribute in their own ways. I wish Hindus make use of this opportunity to launch massive social service programs to reach out to the weaker sections of our society. Generating awareness about Swamiji is one of the best anti-dotes against fraudulent religious conversions. Please keep it in mind and try to use your writing skills in popularizing this event and help in it’s success.

    You can refer to my simple blog to see the details of various programs linked to this event.
    http://vision-in-action.blogspot.com

  8. rsajan Says:

    I saw your kind response to my post only now. Thank you.

    The epithets and the like that you lavishly used about me are laughable. How can I take you seriously any more, considering that you have jumped so highly into ludicrous conclusions about me, without knowing anything about me….?

    I almost tend to think now of your observations and conclusions on matters bigger, as equally hastily arrived at.


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  10. How long the whole world has to suffer for US and its allies support to Israel.
    PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE. By not preventing Israel to occupy the Arab land and not returning occupied Arab in Camp David Accord was the foundation on which the whole world is suffering today. International peace, security and oil based economic crisis could have been averted. By accusing the present crisis, the rest of the world will not pardong the past. Who is to be blamed?


  11. Faith is embedded in heart and mind, flowers, fire, words are to fool others. In Hinduism no one can be converted to high caste BRAHMAN, they are converted as low cast SHUDRA.

    MANUSMRITI says: No collection of wealth to be made by Shudra even though he may be able to do it. Brahmin can take Shudra’s property by force. (Manusmriti X,129).

    Brahman can have 4 wives, Kshatriya can have 3 wives , Vaishnava can have 2 wives, Shudra cant have more than 1. (Aitreya Veda, Brahma VIII, 29 page 201).

    The tongue of Shudra who spoke evil about Brahman should be cut off (Apastamba Dharma Sutra II/10-26.

    Those who are with stinking conduct they will enter a stinking womb, either the womb of a dog or the womb of a swine or womb of Shudra (Chandogya Upanishad 5-10-7)

    Shudras must be prohibited from hearing, studying Vedas (Brahma Sutras 1.3.9.38)

    More on google Why Dr.Ambedkar burnt Manusmriti.

    Due to Brahmins discrimination of Shudra Hindus converted in 550Bc to Jainism, in 500Bc to Budhism, 712Ad to 1700 to Islam and after British rule to Christianity. Budhism was born in India but Brahmans stamped it out of India. From Sri Lanka to Japan Budhism spread but Hinduism was confined to India and its borders.


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