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Christianity Has Over 5000 Denominations Sects

In Christianity on June 26, 2014 at 18:02

Christianity makes fun of Hinduism stating that Hinduism has innumerable Gods ans Sects.


Below is a list of Denominations of Christianity.


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Christianity origins and sects.Click on thee image to enlarge and read more.


Click the Bold Alphabets to see the listed items under that.


This totals over 5000!


It may be noted that this represents only the protestant Side!


Christian denomination is an identifiable religious body under a common name, structure, and doctrine within Christianity.

Some groups included do not consider themselves adenomination (e.g., the Catholic Church considers itself the one true church and the Apostolic See, and as pre-denominational).


Some groups viewed by non-adherents as denominational actively resist being called a denomination and do not have any formal denominational structure, authority, or record-keeping beyond the local congregation; several groups within Restoration Movement fall into this category.

Some groups are large (e.g. CatholicsOrthodoxLutheransAnglicans or Baptists), while others are just a few small churches, and in most cases the relative size is not evident in this list.


Modern movements such as Fundamentalist ChristianityPietismEvangelicalismPentecostalism and the Holiness movement sometimes cross denominational lines, or in some cases create new denominations out of two or more continuing groups, (as is the case for many United and uniting churches, for example). Such subtleties and complexities are not clearly depicted here.


Between denominations, theologians, and comparative religionists there are considerable disagreements about which groups can be properly called Christian, disagreements arising primarily from doctrinal differences between groups.

For the purpose of simplicity, this list is intended to reflect the self-understanding of each denomination.

Explanations of different opinions concerning their status as Christian denominations can be found at their respective articles.

There is no official recognition in most parts of the world for religious bodies, and there is no official clearinghouse which could determine the status or respectability of religious bodies. Often there is considerable disagreement between various churches about whether other churches should be labeled with pejorative terms such as “cult”, or about whether this or that group enjoys some measure of respectability.

Such considerations often vary from place to place, where one religious group may enjoy majority status in one region, but be widely regarded as a “dangerous cult” in another part of the world. Inclusion on this list does not indicate any judgment about the size, importance, or character of a group or its members.

Denomination Name



A of BC in Luzon Visayas Mindanao
A Unterstütz in Mennonitengemeinden
Abbott Loop Fell of Community Churches
Aboriginal pentecostal congregations
Absolute Maori Established Church
Acção Bíblica
Acción Misionera Iglesia de Dios
Achang Church
Achewa Baptist Church
Action Apostolique
Action Biblique
Acts Mission Church of South Africa
Acts of Apostles Christ Church Nigeria
Advent Christian Church
Advent Christian Conference
Advent Christian Conference of Japan
Adventist Church
Adventists of the True Remnant
Africa Christian network
Africa Evangelical Church
Africa Evangelical Church of Malawi
Africa Gospel Church
Africa Gospel Unity Church
Africa Inland Church
African Apostolic Church of Johane Maranke
African Apostolic Church of Johane Masowe
African Apostolic Church of Nigeria & Benin
African Apostolic Church St Simon & St Johane
African Apostolic Faith Mission
African Assemblies of God
African Baptist Assembly Malawi
African Born Full Gospel Apostolic Ch
African Brotherhood Church
African Catholic Church
African Christian Church & Schools
African Christians Fellowship
African Church
African Church Mission
African Church of Jesus Christ in Kenya
African Church of the Holy Spirit
African Church The
African Congregational Church
African Covenant Church
African Disciples of Christ
African Divine Church
African Evangelical Presbyterian Ch
African Faith Tabernacle Church
African Free Presb Church of Zimbabwe
African Full Gospel Church
African Gospel Church
African Holy Zionist Church
African Independent Church of Kenya
African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa
African Interior Church
African Israel Church Nineveh
African Methodist Church in Zimbabwe
African Methodist Episcopal Church
African Methodist Episcopal Zion Ch
African Mission of Holy Ghost Church
African National Church
African National/International Church
African New Life Ministries
African Reformed Coptic Church of God
African Salvation Army Church
African Union First Colored MP Ch
Afrikaans Baptist Church
Afrikaans Protestant Church
Agape Fellowship
Agape Ministries International
Akha Church
Aladura Internat Church UK & Overseas….






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“Don’t Respect Other Religions” The Bible

In Christianity on June 26, 2014 at 08:19


If some one has a doubt that Christianity whether Christianity respects other Religions, here is quote and explanation from Edward D. Waller, Ph. D. in

Catholic News.





The statement and the article is directed at Protestants and those who are Non Catholics among the Christians.


If this is the attitude towards their sister groups,whom the consider as their mortal enemies, what is there to sa about other Religions?



If respecting other religions means to refrain from interfering with other people’s beliefs, then how do we reconcile Christ’s words to His apostles before ascending into Heaven? “

And Jesus coming, spoke to them, saying: All power is given to Me in Heaven and in earth. Going therefore, teach ye all nations; baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and behold I am with you all days, even to the consummation of the world.” (Matt.28:18-20)

Christ’s instructions were very clearly given to His apostles. They were commanded to teach ALL (not some) nations ALL things (not some things) whatsoever Christ had commanded them to teach. That is, Christ gave them the revealed truth and all His doctrines. The apostles were not told to respect those nations or beliefs that held different beliefs from Christ’s teachings. Even Christ professed Truth to the elite Rabbis who rejected not only His teachings, but Christ as Son of God. Christ was crucified on the cross because He did not compromise His teachings


Is it possible to consider worthy of high regard or esteem other religious beliefs that are contradictions to the Truth found within the Roman Catholic Church? Should we respect religions that allow polygamy, deny the Divinity of Jesus Christ, deny original sin and the Immaculate Conception? Should we respect beliefs of others that allow divorce, abortion and permit homosexuality as a lifestyle?

How can TRUE Catholics hold these beliefs in high regard or esteem and call themselves followers of Christ? As a Catholic I should respect my fellow brothers and sisters. I can hold human beings in high regard and esteem because each one of us has been created in the image and likeness of God. Jesus gave us the commandment to love God with all our heart, mind and soul and to love our neighbor as ourselves. He did not tell us to love sin or beliefs that contradict His teachings. Thus, I will not elevate with high regard or esteem any religion or belief that contradicts the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Pope Pius XII states in the same encyclical, “…God has given to His Church a living Teaching Authority to elucidate and explain what is contained in the deposit of faith only obscurely and implicitly. This deposit of faith our Divine Redeemer has given authentic interpretation not to each of the faithful, not even to theologians, but only to the Teaching Authority of the Church.” He further states that Christ appointed the Church as “guardian and interpreter of the whole deposit of divinely revealed truth”.

God did not send His only begotten Son into the world to establish a multiple of religions equally meriting salvation. If this were the case, there would have been no need for Christ to die on the cross, for all religions would have been equally pleasing to God. Christ came to establish His Church which contains the WHOLE deposit of divinely revealed truth which is the ONLY means to salvation. The present post-conciliar Church has silenced the doctrine of “No Salvation Outside the Catholic Church” as a means of promoting false ecumenism which attempts to establish respect for all religions.

I can not understand how Catholics could fall for such nonsense. Are they unaware that a doctrine can never be revoked. A doctrine is a revealed truth through God that can NEVER change. God is pure Truth and can never deceive us. Only man and the serpent are capable of deceptive ploys.

Pope Pius XII reiterates this doctrine very clearly and precisely. “Some say they are not bound by the doctrine which teaches that the Mystical Body of Christ and the Roman Catholic Church are one and the same thing. Some reduce to a meaningless formula the necessity of belonging to the true Church in order to gain eternal salvation. Others finally belittle the reasonable character of the credibility of Christian faith. These and like ERRORS, it is clear, have crept in among certain of our sons who are deceived by imprudent zeal for souls or by false science.”..

Since the Second Vatican Council, there has been great emphasis on ecumenism or unity among all religions. We are now hearing from all levels within the Roman Catholic Church that we must RESPECT all religions. We are told that we must refrain from forcing our beliefs onto others. We are told that all religions hold some truth that may lead to salvation of souls. What we have not been told is that this notion is UTTER NONSENSE and contrary to our traditional faith.

In the encyclical, Humani Generis, Pope Pius XII warns the faithful about false “irenics” (ecumenism). He states: “Another danger is perceived which is all the more concealed beneath the mask of virtue. There are many who, deploring disagreement among men and intellectual confusion, through an imprudent zeal for souls, are urged by a great and ardent desire to do away with the barrier that divides good and honest men; these advocate an ‘irenism’ according to which, by setting aside the questions which divide men, they aim not only at joining forces to repel the attack of atheism, but also at reconciling things opposed to one another in the field of dogma.

“…But some through enthusiasm for an imprudent ‘irenism’ seem to consider as an obstacle to the restoration of fraternal union things founded on the laws and principles given by Christ and likewise on institutions founded by Him, or which are the defense and support of the integrity of the faith, and the removal of which would bring about the union of all, but only to their destruction.

“In theology some want to reduce to a minimum the meaning of dogmas: and to free dogma itself from terminology long established in the Church and from philosophical concepts held by Catholic teachers … They cherish the hope that when dogma is stripped of the elements which they hold to be extrinsic to divine revelation, it will compare advantageously with the dogmatic opinions of those who are separated from the unity of the Church and that in this way they will gradually arrive at a mutual assimilation of Catholic dogma with the tenets of the dissidents.

“Moreover they assert that when Catholic doctrine has been reduced to this condition, a way will be found to satisfy modern needs, that will permit dogma being expressed also by the concepts of modern philosophy … Some more audaciously affirm that this can and must be done, because they hold that the mysteries of faith are never expressed by truly adequate concepts but only by approximate and ever changeable notions, in which the truth is to some extent expressed, but is necessarily distorted.”

 “A person sins against faith, first, by not trying to know what God has taught; second, by refusing to believe all that God has taught; third, by neglecting to profess his belief in what God has taught.”

(Baltimore Catechism No. 4, p. 265) False worship is a sin against the First Commandment. “And now that we have the real sacrifice it would be sinful to use only figures, (as in other religions) and it would be a false worship displeasing to God …So, too, all those who leave the true Church to practice a religion of their own have a false worship, for they worship God not as He wants, but as they wish” (Baltimore Catechism No. 4, p. 261).



Accept Hinduism To Convert Hindus, Christianity

In Christianity on June 23, 2014 at 19:47

If you want to defeat some one whom you think is your enemy, join the enemy, become one with him follow his customs.


All this to win him over.


Christians wanted to convert non Christians.


The term used for this shameless act of converting others is Evangelism, as if there are no Angels anywhere.


The Jesuits came against a brick wall in Hinduism with its sound philosophy and way of Life.


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Nazraney Sthambams


The had no clue to convert  Hindus .


The tactics that worked elsewhere did not help them.


The sought the help of the Holy See.


The received instructions to become one with the Hindus b adopting their customs including Upaveeda.


These are called Malabar Rites.


Read the History from The Catholic Encyclopedia.


Malabar Rites.


A conventional term for certain customs or practices of the natives of South India, which the Jesuitmissionaries allowed their neophytes to retain after conversion, but which were afterwards prohibited by theHoly See. The missions concerned are not those of the coast of southwestern India, to which the nameMalabar properly belongs, but those of inner South India, especially those of the former “kingdoms” of Madura,Mysore and the Karnatic.

The question of Malabar Rites originated in the method followed by the Jesuits, since the beginning of the seventeenth century, in evangelizing those countries. The prominent feature of that method was a condescending accommodation to the manners and customs of the people the conversion of whom was to be obtained. But, when bitter enemies asserted, as some still assert, that the Jesuit missionaries, in Madura,Mysore and the Karnatic, either accepted for themselves or permitted to their neophytes such practices as theyknew to be idolatrous or superstitious, this accusation must be styled not only unjust, but absurd. In fact it is tantamount to affirming that these men, whose intelligence at least was never questioned, were so stupid as to jeopardize their own salvation in order to save others, and to endure infinite hardships in order to establish among the Hindus a corrupt and sham Christianity.

The popes, while disapproving of some usages hitherto considered inoffensive or tolerable by the missionaries, never charged them having adulterated knowingly the purity of religion. On one of them, who had observed the “Malabar Rites” for seventeen years previous to his martyrdom, the Church has conferred the honour ofbeatification. The process for the beatification of Father John de Britto was going on at Rome during the hottest period of the controversy upon the famous “Rites”; and the adversaries of the Jesuits assertedbeatification to be impossible, because it would amount to approving the “superstitions and idolatries” maintained by the missioners of Madura. Yet the cause progressed, and Benedict XIV, on 2 July, 1741, declared “that the rites in question had not been used, as among the Gentiles, with religious significance, but merely as civil observances, and that therefore they were no obstacle to bringing forward the process”. (Brief of Beatification of John de Britto, 18 May, 1852.) There is no reason to view the “Malabar Rites”, as practised generally in the said missions, in any other light. Hence the good faith of the missionaries in tolerating the native customs should not be contested; on the other hand, they, no doubt, erred in carrying this tolerationtoo far. But the bare enumeration of the Decrees by which the question was decided shows how perplexing it was and how difficult the solution.


Robert de Nobili.


The founder of the missions of the interior of South India, Roberto de Nobili, was born at Rome, in 1577, of a noble family from Montepulciano, which numbered among many distinguised relatives the celebrated Cardinal Roberto Bellarmine. When nineteen years of age, he entered the Society of Jesus; and, after a few years, the young religious, aiming at the purest ideal of self-sacrifice, requested his superiors to send him to the missions of India. He embarked at Lisbon, 1604, and in 1606 was serving his apostolic apprenticeship in SouthIndiaChristianity was then flourishing on the coasts of this country. It is well known that St. Francis Xavierbaptized many thousands there, and from the apex of the Indian triangle the faith spread along both sides, especially on the west, the Malabar coast. But the interior of the vast peninsula remained almost untouched. The Apostle of the Indies himself recognized the insuperable opposition of the “Brahmins and other noble castes inhabiting the interior” to the preaching of the Gospel (Monumenta Xaveriana, I, 54). Yet his discipleswere not sparing of endeavours. A Portuguese Jesuit, Gonsalvo Fernandes, had resided in the city of Madurafully fourteen years, having obtained leave of the king to stay there to watch over the spiritual needs of a fewChristians from the coast; and, though a zealous and pious missionary, he had not succeeded, within that longspace of time, in making one convert. This painful state of things Nobili witnessed in 1606, when together with his superior, the Provincial of Malabar, he paid a visit to Fernandes. At once his keen eye perceived the causeand the remedy.


At Rome the explanations of Nobili, of the Archbishop of Cranganore, and of the chief Inquisitor of Goa brought about a similar effect. In 1614 and 1615 Cardinal Bellarmine and the General of the Society wrote again to the missionary, declaring themselves fully satisfied. At last, after the usual mature examination by the Holy See, on 31 January, 1623, Gregory XV, by his Apostolic Letter, “Romanae Sedis Antistes”, decided the question provisionally in favour of Father de Nobili. Accordingly, the codhumbi, the cord, the sandal, and the baths were permitted to the Indian Christians, “until the Holy See provide otherwise”; only certain conditions are prescribed, in order that all superstitious admixture and all occasion of scandal may be averted. As to the separation of the castes, the pope confines himself to “earnestly entreating and beseeching (etiam atque etiam obtestamur et obsecramus) the nobles not to despise the lower people, especially in the churches, by hearing the Divine word and receiving the sacraments apart from them”. Indeed, a strict order to this effect would have been tantamount to sentencing the new-born Christanity of Madura to death. The popeunderstood, no doubt, that the customs connected with the distinction of castes, being so deeply rooted in theideas and habits of all Hindus, did not admit an abrupt suppression, even among the Christians. They were to be dealt with by the Church, as had been slavery, serfdom, and the like institutions of past times. The Churchnever attacked directly those inveterate customs; but she inculcated meekness, humility, charity, love of theSaviour who suffered and gave His life for all, and by this method slavery, serfdom, and other social abuses were slowly eradicated.


Besides the Brahmin saniassy, there was another grade of Hindu ascetics, called pandaram, enjoying less consideration than the Brahmins, but who were allowed to deal publicly with all castes, and even holdintercourse with the pariahs. They were not excluded from relations with the higher castes. On the advice ofNobili, the superiors of the mission with the Archbishop of Cranganore resolved that henceforward there should be two classes of missionaries, the Brahmin and the pandaram.







Roman Brahmin With Upaveeda, Bible Lost Veda

In Christianity on June 23, 2014 at 18:14

If people who read my post ‘Christians posing  as Brahmins, new method of Conversion’ are struck with the idea to be original, they are wrong.


Their predecessor,not only posed as a Brahmin from Rome, he also wore the sacred thread,Upaveeda.



He had the Upaveeda sanctioned be a Pope!


He wore Sandal paste on his forehead, wooden sandals on his feet, had a Kudil(Asrama in Sanskrit)


He learnt Tamil and wrote Thembavani, a Tamil work on the Life of Christ.


He propagated that the Bible was the Lost Veda.


The gentleman, who is venerated b the ilks of frauds like Karunanidhi is none other than Robert De Nobili and his work on Jesus was a compulsory


portion from standard  Ten (4 Form as it was called when I studied, some 45  Years back, it was still there when my son studied some 15 Years back)


Roman Brahmin!
The man who laid the foundation of inculturation was the Italian priest Robert de Nobili (1577-1656). He learnt Sanskrit and Tamil, wore saffron robes, sacred thread (attached with a small Cross!) and sandal mark on forehead and called himself a ‘Roman Brahmin’. He set up an “Ashram” in Madurai, became a vegetarian and used “Pathukas” (wooden footwear). He claimed the Bible was the “Lost Veda”, the “Jesuit Veda” revealed by God, and was considerably successful in harvesting souls. Fortunately for Tamil Nadu, his European masters were not happy with his inculturation methods and subjected him to an enquiry which forced him to shift to other places like Trichy and Salem. Finally he settled in a small house in Santhome, Madras, and died in 1656. ..


talian Munivar!
The next Italian missionary, Constantine Joseph Beschi (1680-1746), called himself Veeramaamunivar (Veer-Maha-Munivar) to pretend he was a great lover of Tamil. Outwardly conducting himself like a Hindu Sanyasi, he took care of the conversion business in the districts of Madurai and Thanjavur. His work on a biography of St. Joseph, Thembaavani, was hyped as a great work and projected as equivalent to Kambar’s Ramayana!

Even now it is propagated that impressed with the beauty and richness of Kamba Ramayana, Beschi wanted to create a similar Christian work and hence came out with Thembaavani. It benefitted Christianity by establishing St. Joseph in Tamil Nadu. He then came out with another work, Paramartha Guruvum avarin Seedarkalum (Paramartha Guru and his Disciples), to ridicule our centuries old ‘Guru-Sishya Parampara.’ This “Munivar”, who denigrated our Guru-Sishya Parampara, was honoured by Dravidian racists who installed a statue of him on Marina Beach.4

German Iyer!
In the same period, a German missionary Barthalomaus Ziegenbalg (1683-1719) also worked in Tamil Nadu and called himself Ziegenbalg Iyer. This Protestant priest landed in Tranquebar (Tharangampaadi) in 1706 and worked with a Danish company which was the first to bring German printing machines to Tamil Nadu. He printed the first Tamil Bible (New Testament). Even while indulging in conversions, he often quarrelled with the Danish authorities who put him in jail for some time. He was the first to stoke anti-Brahmanism by creating a hatred for Brahmins among other communities. As he fell sick often, he died at the age of 36 in 1719, leaving behind two Churches, a training institute for converted Indian priests, and 250 converts in Tranquebar. 5

Italian Iyer
Next in the list of Christian Priests who “served” the cause of inculturation was another ‘Iyer’ – G.U. Pope (1820-1907) or ‘Pope Iyer.’ He translated a few Tamil literary works such as ThiruvaachakamThirukkural and Naaladiyaar, and said he could find the teachings of Apostle St. Paul and St. Francis of Assisi in Sri Maanickavaachakar’s Thiruvaachakam; innocent Tamil scholars felt elated at his ‘graciousness’.

Even some Tamil Saivite Mutts felt proud at G.U. Pope’s statement. Tamil scholar Muthukumaraswamy, who has in-depth knowledge on Saiva Siddhanta, demolishes this myth, citing Pope’s own statement, “In the whole legendary history of this sage … there stands out a real historical character, which seems to be a mixture of that of St. Paul and of St. Francis of Assisi. Under other circumstances what an apostle of the East might have become,” as evidence of Pope’s sarcasm and disdain. He exposes the mindset of G.U. Pope who states that a Religious Guru from the East would not have attained a spiritual level beyond this in order to undermine the spiritual greatness of Sage Maanickavaachakar.

Dr. Muthukumaraswamy quotes another instance where G.U. Pope ridicules murti worship or vigraha aradana: “G.U. Pope says that a person who attains a higher level of spiritualism also indulges in Murti worship and rustic rituals, which go totally against his level of spiritualism.” 6

There is another concocted story about G.U. Pope in Tamil Nadu which says that Pope wanted the statement, “Ingu oru Thamizh Maanavan urangukiraan” (A Tamil student is sleeping here) sculpted on his cemetery and that the statement is still present there on his cemetery. But those who have gone to the cemetery have confirmed that there was no such statement written on his cemetery except the ones from the Bible.

Born in MontepulcianoTuscany in September 1577, Roberto de Nobili arrived in Goa in western India on May 20, 1605. It is probable that he met here Fr Thomas Stephens, SJ, who had arrived in Goa in 1579, and was probably in the process of composing his Khristapurana.[1]

After a short stay in Cochin in Kerala, he took up residence in Madurai in Tamil Nadu in November 1606. He soon called himself a “teacher of wisdom” (தத்துவ போதகர்), and began to dress like a Sannyasin. Claiming noble parentage he approached high-caste people, and eagerly engaged in dialogue with Hindu scholars about the truths of Christianity.

De Nobili mastered SanskritTelugu and Tamil languages and literature, with the help of his teacher, Shivadharma. As he expounded the Christian doctrine in Tamil he coined several words to communicate his message. He used the word “kovil” (கோவில்) for a place of worship, “arul” (அருள்) and “prasadam” (பிரசாதம்) for grace, “guru” (குரு) for priest or teacher, “Vedam” (வேதம்) for the Bible, “poosai” (பூசை) for Mass, etc.

He adopted also local Indian customs, such as shaving one’s head and keeping only a tiny tuft. He wore a white dhoti and wooden sandals, to don the look of a sanyasin. Another symbol he embraced was the wearing of a three-stringed thread across the chest. He interpreted the three-stringed thread as representing the Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

He was one of the first Europeans to gain a deep understanding of Sanskrit and Tamil. He composed Catechisms, apologetic works and philosophic discourses in Tamil, and contributed greatly to the development of modern Tamil prose writing.


His method raised a fierce controversy among his fellow Jesuits and with the Archbishop of Goa Cristóvão de Sá e Lisboa. The dispute was settled by Pope Gregory XV with the Constitution Romanæ Sedis Antistes issued on 31 January 1623. The customs of the three-stringed thread, the tuft, the use of sandalwood paste on the forefront and baths were allowed, inasmuch they did not imply any superstitious ritual. The Pope invited also the Indian neophytes to overcome their caste sensitivity and their despisal of the pariahs.








Buy Cattle,Convert Forcibly Christians New Tactics

In Christianity, Hinduism on June 21, 2014 at 07:46

I have posted an article on how Christians pose as Brahmins to covert Hindus into Christianity.


That was quite novel and weird I thought.

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Christian Missionaries Target Hindus.


Still more to com, I never imagined.


It seems that these Christian groups have joined forces with Multinational Companies in an effort to destroy local cattle first b offering Money to bu the Cattle and simultaneously cajoling and threatening farmers that it was only Jesus who was born in a Cattle shed and only he could  save the Cattle,Hindu temple priests being Frauds.


The Brainwashing, terrorizing team arrives in threes and twos.


The aim seems to be twofold.


1.By offering money, entice people to convert.

2.By offering to buy the local cattle,inject them with artificial insemination  drugs, ensue that the local cattle population is wiped out.


What has injecting Cattle to do with Religious Conversion?


In Villages,Tamil Nadu, there is the custom of dedicating cattle to Temples.


Cattle are worshiped.


The condition is that these cattle must be Local Cattle, not artificially inseminated.


The thinking of the Christian groups seems to be that b ensuring that there are less number of local cattle, the can reduce the number of people using Cattle to worship and prevent them from going to Temples.


By reducing the number of local cattle, the can prevent Youngsters from following local custom of  engaging the Cattle in a Race-this normally is done during Temple festivals


And the money offered si Rs. Three Lakhs per Cattle-head.


In the process the companies marketing  these products ,get business and like Monsanto, the villagers once the use these, will have to depend only on these companies.


The horror is that the cattle thus bought is sent to other States to be killed and sold as beef, the major Business going the Kerala way.


Let me list he essential features of this Operation Cattle.


1.Approach a villager , as a group,,in backward village  who has only health Cattle as a means of Livelihood.


2.Offer him money for the Cattle.


3. Simultaneously cajole, threaten him into Converting to Christianity.


This is happening in Nallampatty, Perunthurai Taluk, Erode District  Tamil Nadu.


Following is the News  Story in Tamil.


As usual, no media Coverage!


ஈரோடு அருகில் சேலம்-கோவை மெயின் ரோட்டில் உள்ளது பெருந்துறை. பெருந்துறை சரித்திர பழமை வாய்ந்த ஊர். மதமாற்றம் என்பதை அங்கீகரிக்காத ஊர். மேட்டுபாங்கான பகுதியாதலால் இங்கு ஐம்பது வருடங்களுக்கு முன்பு வரை மானாவரி விவசாயமே. காய்ந்த காலங்களில் நாட்டு மாடு மேய்த்து, மழை காலங்களில் சோளம், வரகு, எள், போன்றவைகளை பயிர் பண்ணி, வருவோர்க்கு நாட்டு மாட்டு மோரும், சோள சோறும் இட்டு விரும்தோம்பலுக்கு பெயர் பெற்றவர்கள் இப்பகுதி மக்கள். இத்தாலூகாவின் சில பகுதிகளில் கீழ்பவானி வாய்க்கால் பாசனம் இடையில் வந்தது. கரும்பு, நெல், வாழை, மஞ்சள் என மக்கள் பயிர்களை மாற்றினர். மாட்டையும் மாற்றினர். நாட்டு மாடுகளுக்கு பதில் சீமை மாடுகளுக்குச் சென்றனர். பால் கறந்து ஊற்றி லாபமில்லாமல் பொருளாதார வீழ்ச்சி அடைந்து உடல் நலம் கெட்டு, மனநலம் கெட்டு போயினர்…


பின்வாசல் வழியே ஆப்ரகாமிய பாதிரிகள் 
லோன் கேட்ட சில வாரங்களில் இரண்டு இளம்வயது பாதிரிகள் (நன்கு டக்-இன் செய்துகொண்டு) மார்ச் மாத கடைசியில் இந்த நாட்டு மாட்டு விவசாயியை சந்தித்து கோவையிலிருந்து வந்துள்ளதாக கூறியுள்ளார்கள். TN 74 ரெஜிஸ்திரேசன் கொண்ட யூனிகாரன் பைக்கில் வந்துள்ளனர். இந்த நாட்டு மாட்டு காளைகள் மூன்றையும் மூன்று லட்சம் ரூபாய்க்கு எங்களிடம் கொடுத்து விடுங்கள்.
உங்களுக்கு கிர், தார்ப்பார்க்கர் போன்ற வடநாட்டு மாட்டு ஊசிகளை இலவசமா தருகிறோம்; உங்கள் நாட்டு மாடுகளுக்கு இதனை இட்டு கலப்பின மாடுகளை உருவாக்குங்கள். இப்படி உருவாகும் கலப்பின மாடுகள் நன்கு பால் கறக்கும். இந்த கொங்க மாடுகள் எல்லாம் வேஸ்ட் என்று பிரச்சாரம் செய்திருக்கிறார்கள். இப்படி கூறியவுடன் அந்த விவசாயி உறுதியுடன் நாட்டு மாடுகளை வளர்ப்பதே என் லட்சியம் இவையெல்லாம் தேவையில்லாத ஒன்று என்று கூறி அவர்களை திருப்பியனுப்பியுள்ளார்.


இரண்டுமணி நேர மூளை சலவை
பின் இருபது நாட்கள் கழித்து ஏப்ரல் 17 ஆம் தேதி அந்த இரண்டு நபர்களும் மேலும் ஆறு பேருடன் வந்துள்ளார்கள். அன்று ஊரில் மாரியம்மன் பண்டிகையாதலால் வீட்டில் விவசாயியின் மனைவி மற்றும் பெரியோர்கள் யாருமில்லை. அந்த சமயத்தில் ரெஜிஸ்திரேசன் செய்யப்படாத மஹிந்திரா சைலோ காரில் ஐம்பது வயது மதிக்கத்தக்க பாதிரி ஒருவரும், முப்பது வயதில் இருவர், இருபது வயதில் மூன்று பேர் என ஒரு கும்பலாக வந்துள்ளனர். அனைவரும் நாகர்கோயில், மதுரை மற்றும் சென்னை பாஷைகளில் பேசியுள்ளனர். சுமார் இரண்டுமணி நேரம் மூளை சலவை செய்துள்ளனர். அவர்கள் கூறியவைகளாவது,

  • இந்த நாட்டு மாட்டை வைத்து நீங்கள் முன்னேற முடியாது,
  • உங்கள் காளை மாடுகளை எங்களிடம் விற்றுவிடுங்கள் மூன்று லட்சம் ரூபாய்க்கு வாங்கிக்கொள்கிறோம்.
  • கிர், தார்ப்பார்க்கர் போன்ற வடநாட்டு மாட்டு ஊசிகளை இலவசமா தருகிறோம்; உங்கள் நாட்டு மாடுகளுக்கு இதனை இட்டு கலப்பின மாடுகளை உருவாக்குங்கள்
  • அய்யர் (குலகுரு) போலி. யாகங்கள் செய்யறது ஒண்ணுக்கும் பயனில்லை. அவரை வைத்து கோ பூஜை பண்றது தப்பு,
  • ஏசுதான் மாட்டுக்கொட்டாயில் பிறந்தார். அவர்தான் நம்மை காக்க முடியும்,
  • இலவசமா போர்வெல் (ஆழ்துளை கிணறு) போட்டுத்தருகிறோம்.
  • இலவசமா உங்க வீட்டுக்கு ஜன்னல் அமைத்துத்தருகிறோம்,
  • வாரம் ஒருமுறை எங்கள் பாதர் வந்து ஜபம் செய்வார். அவர் வரும் நேரங்களில் கிடைக்கிற வருமானம் அனைத்தும் உங்களுக்குத்தான்,
  • உங்களது இடத்தில் இருபது சென்டில் எங்களுக்கு இடம் ரெஜிஸ்டர் செய்து வைக்க வேண்டும்,
  • உங்களது மாட்டு அர்க்கம், சோப்பு, ஷாம்பு போன்றவற்றை உலகம் பூரா மார்கெட்டிங் பண்ணித்தருகிறோம்,
  • உங்களுக்கு எவ்வளவு காசு வேண்டுமானாலும் தருகிறோம்.


இப்படியெல்லாம், ரெண்டுமணி நேரம் அந்த விவசாயியை வீட்டு மாட்டு கொட்டகையில் வைத்து பேசியுள்ளார்கள். விவசாயி போன் பேச அனுமதிக்கவில்லை. எட்டு பேரும் சுற்றி நின்று மிரட்டல் தொனியிலேயே பேசியுள்ளார்கள். விவசாயி செய்வதறியாது அவர்கள் கூறுவதை கேட்டுகொண்டு இருந்துள்ளார். இவ்வளவு நேரம் பேசிக்கொண்டுள்ளோம் ஒரு இளநி போட்டு தாங்க என்று கேட்டுள்ளனர். உடனே, விவசாயி என்னிடம் இளநி போட தென்னை மரமில்லை என்று பதிலளித்துள்ளார். உடனே, அவர்கள் உங்களிடம் இத்தனை ஏக்கர் இருக்கிறது. இத்தனை தென்னை மரங்கள் இருக்கிறது என்று சரியாக கணக்கு வைத்துக் கூறியுள்ளனர். விவசாயி தன்னைப்பற்றி இவர்கள் இவ்வளவு தெரிந்து வைத்துள்ளனரே என்று நினைத்து அதிர்ச்சியடைந்துள்ளார். பின்னர் நாங்கள் மீண்டும் வருவோம் என்று கூறி விட்டு சென்றுள்ளனர்.


பத்து நாட்கள் கழித்து பெருந்துறையிலிருந்து போன் செய்து நாங்கள் வீட்டிற்கு வருகிறோம் என்று கூறியுள்ளார்கள். விவசாயி அவர்களை வரச்சொல்லிவிட்டு முதல்முறை பேச்சுவார்த்தையின் போதே மிரட்டும் தொனியில் பேசிய அவர்களின் நடவடிக்கையை மனத்தில் கொண்டு அவர்களுடன் தனியாக பேச்சுவார்த்தையில் ஈடுபட வேண்டாம் என்ற எண்ணத்தில் ஊர்மக்களை அழைத்து வைத்திருந்தார். இதற்கிடையில் மீண்டும் அவர்கள் போன் செய்து ““ஊர்மக்களை திரட்டி வைத்துள்ளாய். நீ திருந்த மாட்டாய். நீ எங்களிடம் திரும்பி வருவாய். எங்கள் உதவி உனக்கு தேவைப்படும்” என்று கூறி போனை கட் செய்துவிட்டனர்.


பாரம்பரியத்தையும், காளைகளையும் ஒழிக்க திட்டம் 
மதமாற்றம் செய்வது கிறிஸ்தவர்களின் நோக்கமாக இருந்தாலும், கொங்க காளைகளை வாங்க மூன்று லட்சம் ரூபாய் பாதிரிகளுக்கு எங்கிருந்து வருகிறது? காளைகளை ஏன் வாங்க நினைக்கிறார்கள்? வாங்கிய மாடுகள் எங்கே போகிறது? ஏன் வடநாட்டு மாடுகளை கலப்பினமாக்க நினைக்கிறார்கள்? போன்றவை யோசிக்கவேண்டியவை. குலகுரு செய்யும் கோ பூஜையை தடுக்க நினைக்கின்றனர்.


குலகுரு, பசு, காளைகள் போன்றவைகள் நாட்டில் பெருகுவதை அவர்கள் விரும்பவில்லை. மேன்மேலும், கலப்பினங்களை வலியுறுத்துவதிலேயே வந்தவர்கள் குறியாக இருந்துள்ளார்கள். நாட்டு காளைகளை ஒழித்து கிராமத்தில் நாட்டு மாடுகள் இனவிருத்தி ஆகக்கூடாது என்பது அவர்களது எண்ணம். நாட்டு மாடுகளை வளரவிடகூடாது என்று கிறிஸ்தவர்கள் குறியாக இருக்கிறார்கள். சமீபத்தில் வெளியான ஜல்லிக்கட்டு தடை கூட இதனுடன் சம்பந்தப்பட்டிருக்கலாம். ஜல்லிக்கட்டு இருப்பதாலேயே நாட்டு காளைகளை இனவிருத்தி செய்து நல்ல முரட்டு காளைகளை உருவாக்க இளைஞர்கள் முயற்சிக்கின்றனர். இதனால், பொலிக்காளைகள் நாட்டில் இருப்பதால், நாட்டு காளைகள் இனவிருத்தி ஆகிக்கொண்டே இருக்கிறது. இதனை தடுக்க வேண்டுமெனில், நாட்டு காளைகளை பூண்டோடு அழிக்க வேண்டும். இருக்கவே இருக்கிறது புளூ கிராஸ் மற்றும் விலங்கு பாதுகாப்பு அமைப்புகள். அவைகளை வைத்து சுப்ரீம் கோர்ட்டில் கேஸ் போடுகிறார்கள். அதற்கு நிதியுதவி கூட பெறப்பட்டிருக்கலாம். ஜல்லிக்கட்டு தடை செய்யப்படும். காளைகள் அடிமாட்டிற்கு விற்கப்படும். நாட்டு காளைகள் பூண்டோடு அழியும். இதுதான் இந்த பின்வாசல் மாபியாக்களின் திட்டம். பசுக்களும், காளைகளும் தெய்வமாக ஜல்லிக்கட்டிலும், கோயிலிலும் கும்பிடப்படும் செயல் குறைந்தால்தான் மக்கள் தங்கள் கலாச்சாரத்தை விட்டு சந்தைகலாச்சாரத்திற்கு மாறுவார்கள் என்ற நோக்கமும் உள்ளே இருக்கலாம். நமது கலாச்சாரத்தை முற்றிலும் அழிக்கவேண்டும் என்று மிக நீண்டகாலமாக கிறிஸ்தவர்கள் சதி அதை பல வழிகளிலும் நிறைவேற்றி வருகிறார்கள்.






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