Nuclear bomb of UPA aided & abetted Evangelisation
In the name of ‘Secularism’, ‘Unity in Diversity’ (in effect Unity in Deceit, Complicity and Duplicity!!), ‘Communal Harmony’ and such other empty slogans devoid of any soul or spirit rooted in India’s cultural heritage of Sanathana Dharma, the UPA Government has been overtly and covertly promoting an insidious programme of Evangelisation of India through State-Sponsored policies, programmes, subsidies and such other incentives. The World Church, informally but fully supported by the de-facto Catholic Prime Minister of Italian origin in the person of Sonia Gandhi, has been given a free run in India for all its Evangelical moves, maneuveres and machinations in the name of inter-faith initiatives operating under the overall canopy of pseudo-secularism of the Congress Party.
What is disgraceful is that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) after minting the two Rupees Coins bearing the Christian Cross in 2005 and 2006 and letting them loose in circulation in selected parts of India, has now released in circulation the one Rupee Coins bearing the Christian Cross which were minted in 2005. The whole country knows who is the Catherine the great of India or Elizabeth I of India who is behind this ‘behind the scenes and underground contraband and politically contrived numismatic operation’ of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
The anti-national UPA Government in New Delhi has seen to it that a Map of India has been removed from these new two Rupees and one Rupee Coins bearing the Christian Cross. To bear this out, I am first presenting below the 2 Rupee Coin issued in 2001.
Please see above the obverse and reverse of the 2 Rupee Coin issued in 2001. Usually, the India Coins have the crest on one side and the denomination on the other side. Coins to commemorate special events have both on the same side and the special event/thing on the other. The 2 Rupee coin of 2001 shown above was an exception. It always had an Indian Map ‘National Integration’ with the Flag of India superimposed on it as in the above image, shot in the light of a screw-driver/torch and with the words ‘National Integration’ on the right side of the map.
As a part and parcel of its nefariously guided Evangelisation Programme, the UPA Government through the RBI has removed the Indian Map from the two Rupee Coins issued in 2005-2006 and inscribed the Christian Cross in its place. I am presenting below the obverse and reverse of the two Rupee Coin bearing the Christian Cross (with the map of India removed) issued in 2006.
The two Rupee Coin issued in 2006. See the Christian Cross on the left side substituted for the Map of India in the coins issued till 2004.
I would like to put the following question to our de-jure pitiable Prime Minister: ‘Are we converting our beloved country into a Catholic country like Italy or Spain or Portugal where Roman Catholicism is the religion of the State and the people? Are you calling the shots on behalf of the de-facto Catholic Prime Minister from Italy?’
| The Christian Cross put on the two Rupee Coins of 2006 is a replica of the Christian Cross seen on the coins issued by Louis the Pious (778-840 AD), King of France shown below. Coin of Louis the Pious (778 – 840 AD)
See the Christian Cross
Anyone can see that the Christian Cross inscribed on the 2 Rupee Coin issued in 2006 is almost a replica of the Christian Cross (No-VIII) shown above.
Is it not shocking that a Two-rupee coin has been issued with a ‘sectarian’ or ‘religious’ motif? Is this not a pseudo-secular assault on our State which vows ‘pantha nirapekshataa’ – neutrality as to ‘religion’? Is this not a ‘politically’ plotted departure from the practice of issuing commemorative coins to celebrate the birth or death anniversaries of national leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, B R Ambedkar, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Subhash Chandra Bose, Sri Aurobindo, Chittaranjan Das, Chhatrapati Shivaji, and others?
After successfully conducting the political experiment of Resurrection of Christian Minorityism through the subterranean subterfuge of 2 Rupee Coins issued with Christian Cross in 2006, the UPA Government has now released the new 1 Rupee Coins inscribed with a Christian Cross minted in 2005. I am presenting the obverse and the reverse of this new 1 Rupee Coin with Christian Cross below:
What is the difference between the Christian Cross seen on 2 Rupee Coins issued in 2006 and 1 Rupee Coins issued in 2005? The Christian Cross put into the 2 Rupee Coins issued in 2006 was a calculated and mischievous pseudo-secular experiment deriving its sanction from Suppressio Veri Suggestio Falsi (suppression of truth and suggestion of falsehood) for which the UPA Government in general and the Congress Party in particular own global monopolistic patents. Perhaps there was an element or grain of vagueness about it. Such vagueness or ambiguity or ambivalence as existed about the Christian Cross on the 2 Rupee Coins of 2006, has been completely removed in respect of the 1 Rupee Coins of 2005. The Christian Cross inscribed on the 1 Rupee Coins of 2005 makes it loud and clear that it is a routine Christian Cross and the main aim of the UPA Government is the enforced Evangelisation of India.
We only have to look around us to see these offensive symbols all around us. One can enter the city of Chennai by rail from the Tambaram end or from the Central Station end. As trains approach these station the first thing to catch everyone’s attention, even from a great distance, is the towering statues of Jesus Christ at Tambaram and at Central Station both, with his arms held out.
|New one rupee coin minted in 2005
See the symbol of christian cross
on the right side coin
|Another growing trend is the mushrooming of innumerable Christian prayer houses and Churches which come up provocatively in the vicinity of temples which draw huge numbers of Hindu bhaktas, the latest offensive being an Adventist church coming up right opposite the revered Pamban Swamy Koil in Besant Nagar. The numbers of Churches coming up in cities and the moffusils have nothing to do with the total population of the Christian faith or the numbers of the congregation. These are symbols that come up with foreign money-power to signal occupation of territories in nations that are predominantly non-Christian. Thus was South Korea Christianised and it was thus that East Timor became a Christian nation.|
The UPA Government functions now like an Islamic Government or else as a Christian Government. In short it is not a secular Government. It is a known and sworn anti-Hindu Government. Unlike the deliberately drawn up anti-Hindu Indian Constitution, the American Constitution is historically a remarkable secular document, one that leaves religious matters to the individual conscience and which grants to Government no authority what so ever to involve itself for religious matters. Unfortunately for the Hindus of India, the UPA Government under the stranglehold of Sonia Gandhi has built a wall of separation only between the Hindus (Temples) and the State. The daily message of UPA Government is this: ‘Muslims and Christians are our bosom friends. Only the Hindus of India are our deadly enemies’. To conclude in the brilliant words of Radha Rajan: ‘The stealth with which the RBI has pushed these two Rupees and one Rupee coins into circulation, nearly two years after they have been minted is indicative of a lurking fear of adverse popular reaction to the design of these coins. The explanation of the RBI that the design symbolises Unity in Diversity is hogwash. I would accept without batting an eyelid if a three year old showed me a sketch he had drawn and insisted it was an elephant. The RBI does not deserve similar indulgence from me. If the RBI states that the design on the new 2 re and 1 re coin symbolises Unity in Diversity and that it is ‘four heads converging in one body’, the people of India have the right to demand of the RBI to tell us where and how it was established that the design in question has been accepted generally to mean Unity in Diversity. It is my considered opinion that these coins are yet another visible and offensive symptom of the creeping hand of the Church in India.’
The newly minted two and one Rupee coins bearing the Christian cross as design must sound warning signals to nationalist Hindus in the country. We must demand the recall of all these coins. In the meanwhile Hindus must refuse to accept these coins and must refuse to use them in any transaction.