[GHHF] Missionaries do not want CONVERTS To talk to Relatives and Friends; WHY? Why would Supreme Court Calls Forced Conversion “serious Issue,” and  Centre cognizes “menace of Forces Conversion”

29 Nov 2022 961 Views

Mahatma Gandhi
"If I had power and could legislate, the first thing I would ban is conversions",
On November 28, 2022, Justice M R Shah said: "We are not against voluntary conversion. Forced conversions should not be there,"  during the hearings. "This (forced conversion) is a very serious issue," 
Plea on forced conversion: Centre's affidavit accessed
The Centre informed the top court that it will take appropriate steps to case forced conversions in the country. Acknowledging the examples of conversions highlighted by Ashwini Upadhyay, the Union Government affirmed that the right of freedom of religion does not include a fundamental right to convert other people to a particular religion.
It also noted that states like Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Uttarakhand, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh have legislation in place on forced conversion as law and order is a state subject. The Centre made it clear that such laws are needed to protect vulnerable sections of society.
Referring to the SC verdict on the challenge to Madhya Pradesh and Odisha laws pertaining to conversion, the affidavit noted, "It is submitted therefore enactments in the nature of the Acts mentioned above, which seek to control and curb the menace of organised, sophisticated large-scale religious conversion has been upheld by this Hon'ble court. It is submitted that the Union of India is cognisant of the gravity and the seriousness of the issue raised in the present writ petition. It is submitted that such enactments are necessary for protecting cherished rights of vulnerable sections of society including women and economically and socially backward classes."
    “Missionaries attempt to break up their families, consume and appropriate their culture and attempt to ridicule away their religion or worse, assimilate it into their own by transforming it into something they can more easily understand and tolerate.” (https://www.firstpost.com/india/a-former-christians-view-of-missionaries-in-india-of-lies-deceit-and-supremacist-worldview-10413251.html)

Tactics Christians use to Convert Hindus
Their tactics are infinite. They go to any extent to deceive people, lie, falsify, condemn, attack, threaten, ridicule, scorn and scare Hindus to convert to Christianity.  Sean Bradrick who is an ex-Christian, says,  “In their attempts to convert Hindus to their dogma, Christian missionaries in India will use: lies, scare tactics, threats of poverty and starvation, ridicule of Hinduism, demands, ultimatums, cultural and religious appropriation, promises of immediate riches and an eventual utopia after death, a denial of reason and a vilification of any other culture but their own. They will do almost anything to “expand the kingdom”. This is why I say that Christianity is not just a religion. It is also a sort of imperialistic political ideology with an agenda.

The Center and Relatives should have the right to find out if the Converts are forced
Missionaries are like parasites; they keep pestering the Hindus constantly. They target mostly illiterate people about their own religion. These illiterates cannot defend any statement the Christians make. They can lie to their teeth. They can attribute any falsehood to Hindu Gods and Goddesses and make Hindus believe since many Hindus do not know what is written in the scriptures.  Many illiterates cannot even refer to the scriptures even to question them about the truthful statements. Even the literate Hindus have no concept about the scriptures even to refer and correct them. The Christian missionaries take about two years of courses specially prepared courses on Hinduism by  the missionaries. 
    The Ministry of Home Affairs stated that “the right to freedom of religion does not include a fundamental right to convert people to a particular religion”, and that the “said right certainly does not include the right to convert an individual through fraud, deception, coercion, allurement or other such means”.
Center should look into the list of various deceptive Techniques missionaries employ
    It is not just enough to say that we will take appropriate steps to deal with forced conversion. The government should compile a list of concerns on the experiences of the ex-Christians and research scholars’ investigation as to how the missionaries convert them, shield them, prevent them from interacting with their friends and family members, make them hate their Hindu roots, force them to break Hindu Gods, convince them to step on the and smear the faces, encourage them to viciously attack Hind Images, and so on.
Why Christianity in India is different from the rest of the world?
For Christians, conversion is a business. Let us prepare a list of deceptive, fraudulent and  fake practices Christians developed in India which are not found anywhere in the world.
Let us look at the outrageous tactics the Christians adopted to woo the innocent Hindus
1.    The huge sums of money collected by Christian missionaries from their congregations at world level are used to create opportunities to pull financially disadvantaged Hindus into conversion - by offering education, jobs, medical treatment and other favors in exchange.
2.    Start Medical Colleges and get a percent of quota to admit the students at their discretion. People who are admitted based on the quota when they get converted to Christianity.
3.    Build first class Medical Hospitals and convert Hindus who are financially weak. They charge twice the amount for Hindus for similar treatment. They reduce the amount if they get converted. 
4.    The naïve Hindus are duped with "miracle boxes" in churches, where the villagers' mail their requests for small favors and a few weeks later "miraculously fulfilled."
5.    Many Christian nurses in the hospitals entice the patients by saying that their disease will be cured if they get converted and pray for Jesus.
6.    To demonstrate the "superiority" of Jesus over the Hindu "false gods." They prepare stone Vigrahas for Hindu Gods and wooden Vigrahas for Jesus.  Missionaries challenge the villagers to see which one of the two "gods" will be able to float in water. Wooden Vigraha floats and stone Vigrahas sink in the water.
7.    Every Sunday they attract gullible Hindus by serving Meat Biryani and offering an unlimited amount of alcohol for them to drink with a mission to convince them to believe in Jesus.
8.    In Tirupati at S V Arts College, Evangelist literature was distributed to students in the college campus most likely with the support of a Christian Principle.  The students of the hostel are specially targeted for this soul harvest. Evangelical books and other literature arrived in a postal package and were addressed to each student by his name, and they were delivered to his room in the hostel. The students say that such a distribution of books has happened many times over.
9.    The Roman Catholic Church came out with a most outrageous ‘New Community Bible' christened as the "Indian Bible," which included sacred verses from the Itihasas, Gita, Vedas, and Upanishads.
10.    This Hybrid Bible depicted Virgin Mary barefoot, wearing a sari, sporting a Bindi on her forehead, and holding a baby Ganesh.
11.    Some Churches also sculpture the statues of Jesus in ‘meditating' posture, Jesus sitting cross-legged on a lotus with ‘Abaya Hastha Mudra,' Jesus emerging after a purification bath in the Ganges and they even claim that yoga and meditation are not connected to Hinduism and that they are universal, common to all religions.
12.    The Ashtottara Namas and Sahasra Namas (108 and 1008 names) have also been prepared for performing ‘Archana' on Jesus, and ‘Aarti' is also being performed.
13.    A letter dated November 22, 1994, from the Pontifical Council for Social Communications explains the custom and its role in Indian society: "Indian Catholics . . . use ‘Aarti' when a child returns home after receiving First Holy Communion and when their respective families receive a newly married couple. Nowadays, ‘Aarti' is often performed to greet the principal celebrant at an important liturgical event.   On such occasions, ‘Aarti' is usually offered by a Catholic married lady and certainly not by a ‘priestess of Shiva' as has been alleged."
14.    They are building churches just like traditional Hindu Temples and installing CROSS on the top instead of kalashas. The Hindu style of architecture, construction, layout, and interior designs are being followed.
15.    They have installed Jesus in a Charioteer giving blessings like Lord Krishna in a Chariot giving Upadesham to Arjun.
16.    Several Churches have started installing "Dwajasthambam" in the front yard, like Hindu Temples.
17.    Many of the Christian Ministers are wearing saffron clothes like Hindu Gurus lecturing On Vedas, Upanishads and other scriptures by saying the these came from the Bible.
18.    Like ‘Giri valam' (Circumambulation of Hill Temples) practiced at Tiruvannamalai every Purnima (Full Moon Day), Churches at many places are erecting a huge Cross and a Prayer House on various hillocks and started circumambulation. An example is a Church on the hillock at Acharapakkam where they practice Pradakshina.
19.    Many Christian festivals are celebrated like the festivals of the local Hindu people. Diwali, Onam, Ayudha Puja, and Pongal are celebrated to make Hindus identify with Christianity.
20.    Many Christians are trying to "Christianize" traditional classical dances such as Bharata Natyam and Kuchipudi dances depicting the story of Jesus to make it more palatable to Indian Christian audiences and to attract innocent Hindus.
21.    In Vijayawada, Mary Matha Idol was installed on a huge hill. Some of the devotees would stay here for the three days and sleep on the premises of the church as a ritual. Devotees also offer hair to the Mother at the tonsuring center and offered coconuts, flowers, and garlands. They offer Arthi to Mother Mary similar to Hindu worship.  The priests (Pastors) performed ‘samisti Divya Bali pooja.'  The devotees performed ‘divyastha Prasada Aradhana' and ‘swastata prarthanas.'
22.    They have adopted Carnatic music singing the songs on Jesus, Mary, and Christianity. They attracted or lured some of the Carnatic Musicians to sing only to attract Hindus who like Carnatic music.
23.    They are even distributing "prohibited medicines and drugs" and prompting conversions while users were under the influence.
Concerned about the menace of conversion, the breakup families, moral decay in the community, rampant deceptive practices of the Missionaries, Mahatma Gandhi stated in 1935 that "If I had power and could legislate, the first thing I would ban is conversions."
He further stated that "When the missionary of another religion goes to them, he goes like a vendor of goods. He has no particular spiritual merit that will distinguish him from those to whom he goes. He does, however, possess material goods which he promises to those who will come to his fold. (Harijan: April 3, 1937)
It is time to make every effort to stop these deceitful tactics and protect Hindus from being converted to Christianity. Every Hindu should get involved to ensure all the incentives given to Christian educational institutions and Hospitals are removed. A government should require all the Churches and Christian organizations submit the audit reports on time to ensure that the money is not used for conversion. A government should investigate all the Medical and other colleges to find why so many Hindu students are getting converted to Christianity and kind of pressure imposed on the students.  All the tactics they are using to woo Hindus must be exposed and take appropriate action to stop allurements and incentives. As suggested by Gandhiji, strict legislation must be passed to ban conversion, missionary activities and deceptive practices to ensure the survival of Hindu dharma.
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