December 15, 2004

India hijacked by anti-national forces

Recently a team of lawyers and retired Judges reported on a on a fact finding tour of Gujarat and Tamil Nadu.
Below is a summary of as briefed by an expert who was one among them .

"The situation is much more serious and seems to go far beyond anti-Hindutva or even anti-Hinduism. My impression is that institutions of the state like the Judiciary have been hijacked by anti-national forces. This does not have a legal remedy because the Supreme Court is no longer an independent body but acting under some enormous pressure. Teesta Setelvad does not fear the courts or the police. She has the backing of some forces very high up.

In Tamil Nadu, every police officer and every judge is afraid of the CM (Jayalaithaa). Who is putting pressure on her is anybody's guess.

The defaming of the Kanchi Acharya is only the first step in destroying the Hindu spiritual leadership. Church organizations are behind it. It is their long standing program to destroy the position of Brahmins as leaders of Hindu society. They feel that once Brahmins are unseated from their position of honor, Hinduism will fall prey to Christianity.

Note that regardless of personal animosities, Hindus by and large have looked to the Brahmins as role models in behavior and have tried to emulate them as models for personal upliftment.

THE CHRISTIAN AGENDA IS TO TOPPLE BRAHMINS AND THEIR INSTITUTIONS AND PRESENT CHURCH LEADERS AS ALTERNATIVE ROLE MODELS FOR THE HINDU SOCIETY.

This of course is what missionaries have been trying to do for at least two centuries, beginning with Robert de Nobilie, who posed as "Roman Brahmin."

Now that the state has been virually hijacked by anti-national forces, expect these assaults to intensify. "


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