I am tried of listening to Hindus especially Sangh Swayamsevaks complaining and moaning like little babies about not getting fair coverage from media or any website that says anything bad about Sangh Parivar or Hinduism. If you are not tired of it then read here about Haindava Kerala’s complaint against Amrita TV  The RSS Orkut group or Hindu Unity Message Board is filled with such cry babies.

My simple answer to all these boneheaded people is that we have to start our news channel. Please please stop expecting someone else to give you any coverage or respect. Respect is earned and not given.

Just like it is foolish for a Muslim organization to expect proper coverage from Haindarav Keralam. We should stop wishing that someone else will give our due respect. We need to earn it, and not beg for it and cry like the author of Haindava Keralam article, every time some commie doesn’t like us.

Haindava Keralam and Hindu Jagruti have shown the way by creating a website which provides alternate source of news for the Hindu masses. This action needs to be repeated by other like minded Hindu and especially Hindu organizations such as RSS, VHP. Why hasn’t RSS website publishes anything about the work they are doing? Why isn’t there a single thing about the so called “Pratinidhi Sabha” that is all over media? If we don’t talk about ourself and if we don’t define ourself than others will do it for us.

Rather than complaining about others, lets create our own media by way of Internet, Community Radio, Local Newspapers and then maybe Television. Even in today’s day and age, where a 7 year old can create a website, the “mighty” RSS can’t even create a nice informational website that might help someone find out that they are somehow different than Al-Qaida.

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As reported here http://www.haindavakeralam.org/PageModule.aspx?PageID=3139 . The Christians don’t leave any doubt about their intentions.

 

Joshua project -“Bringing Definition to unfinished task”

 

http://www.joshuaproject.net/index.php

 

How to destroy local culturesThe Tag line of the the Joshua project is “Bringing Definition to unfinished task”. It is anybodies guess what this unfinished task is? According to the website, the mission and passion of Joshua Project is to identify and highlight the people groups of the world that have the least exposure to the Gospel and the least Christian presence in their midst. Joshua Project shares this information to encourage pioneer church-planting movements among every ethnic people group.

Anybody who had any doubt on the thoroughness of Missionary work and the money they are pouring into this. Should take time to go thru the Joshua Website.

Another Interesting thing I stumbled upon while going thru the website is their strategic Discussion. Take time to go thru this. I went thru one paper which discussed the strategy on creating Christian Community . It reads like this:

“The mission station is similar to a service station; not that this is the theory behind it, but this is the way things have developed. Historically, this is most understandable. After initial contacts with the people and alter surveying the territory, mission organizers selected key locations for “stations.” The missionary, usually a priest, moved in and began to contact the people in a systematic way. Catechumens began their instructions, usually with the help of a native catechist brought from an older station. A house was built. The missionary would start a small clinic where he dispensed medical services and advice. Eventually the need for a school to provide systematic education for the children would be felt. At this point lay missionaries or sisters would arrive, and perhaps a brother as well. A church built of native materials would be built, and classrooms and a more adequate clinic for a full-time nurse to work in.

For the most part, these developments would be greeted with enthusiasm by the local populace as signs of modernization. After initial distrust had been overcome, little force would be needed to get parents to send their children to the schools, particularly when commercial developments made it apparent that education was a ticket to jobs, and jobs the ticket to the money which would purchase the clothing, kerosene lanterns, axes, fishing and hunting gear, and specialty foods which the people so much desired.

A generation or two would pass. Within fifty years virtually everyone in the locale would have become Christian. Outstations would have been established in the countryside around the main station, and more catechists would have been trained, either by the missionary or, increasingly, by the diocesan catechetical centers which would have gradually been established.”

Yes, who says Missionaries won’t practice what they preach?

This is exactly what cunning Missionaries was practicing ,is practicing and will practice,Unless Hindus awake from their deep slumber

I recently posted the following comment on the SAJAform HUMAN RIGHTS: HRW says India’s failed to uplift Dalits. Am I right? What do you think?

I think Human Right Commission is unintentionally working to promote the interests of Evangelical Christians in India. Anybody, who has visited India knows that caste discrimination is disappearing faster than ever.

If HRC is so interested in the plight of Dalits, then why would it appose the work of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) at every chance. Sangh Parivar in its 82 years history has done more to solve the caste problem in Bharat than everything else combined in last century. 50,000 daily shakhas are nothing but an experiment in removing those caste differences by making people of every cast sit together, sing together, play together and eat together.

No Gov’t can change the society to accept Dalits. The only way is to change one person at a time as RSS has discovered and practiced for more than 80 years now.

You just need to read the book called “Manu, Sangh and I” http://www.hvk.org/specialrepo/mms/ to realize the work done by Sangh Parivar to uplift the Dalit society in Bharat.

I don’t know whether to laugh at stupidity of Mr. Khan for blaming VHP for Trishul distribution or newKerala.com newspaper for carrying such a stupid news. Just read the news item below before reading more …

To newKerala.com: Have you ever heard of a thing called knife? It is as dangerous as a Trident and you will be shocked to know that it is sold openly in the shops everwhere! You must have one in your home too. Don’t you think you should be put in Jail for buying such a dangerous weapon?

It is just ridiculous as to how low Hindu-haters would stoop to find anything to malign Hindu and Hindu organization like VHP, RSS and rest of the Sangh Parivar. It is about time, Sangh Parivar, creates its own voice in print and electronic media, as well as Internet.

VHP’s trishul distribution programme almost turns fatal in Madhya Pradesh .:. NewKerala.Com, India News Channel

VHP’s trishul distribution programme almost turns fatal in Madhya Pradesh Khandwa (MP), Dec. 19 : A trishul distributed by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) became the cause of an injury to a boy in Khandwa near Indore.

A youth named Chandan injured another person Rustam Khan with one of the trishuls he received from the VHP after a trivial altercation.

“A boy was sitting at the backside of my house. He was sitting there since 2 pm. At 6 pm I went to him and asked him the reason for sitting there. He told me that he is waiting for his friends. I told him to leave, but he started abusing me. So, I slapped him on his face. At this, he went away and came back with some boys. One boy held my hands and the other boy pulled out a sharp trishul like weapon and stabbed me in my back,” said Rustam Khan, the victim.

Chandan, has been arrested and a case under section 307 IPC has been registered against him.

Police is trying to locate Chandan’s friends, interrogate them and take an appropriate action against them.

Superintendent of Police (SP), Khandwa K.D Parashst said: “According to the victim’s brother, Chandan’s friends had come along with him but they did not assault. They just fled when Chandan assaulted Rustam. Now, we are trying to ascertain the names and addresses of his friends and arrest them”.

The victim’s brother Aslam Khan pleaded for a ban on such mass distribution of trishuls. “If such weapons are distributed openly, then, what will be the consequences? Do the police and the Government want this place to be mini Gujarat? I want that such activities should be banned as they will spread shedding of blood for no reason,” said Aslam Khan. — ANI

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http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1013666219441914390

Sangh Swayamsevaks are running nearly 70,000 service projects throughout Bharat. These service projects range from reconstructing villages in the Bhuj, Gujarat to boys hostel for Tribal Villagers in Tinsukia, Assam. From latest medical clinic, in Wayana, Banglore to adopting kids who have lost their parents to terrorism in Jammu & Kashmir. Very often these projects are hidden from the glare of news cameras and writers of major newspapers. Now, there is a video to showcase the RSS‘s effort to once again take Bharat to Param Vaibhav (the pinnacle of glory). Please take a moment to see for yourself, the selfless hard work by lakhs of sangh swayamsevaks in every nook and corner of Bharat.

This is great effort by the Sangh to publicly outreach to the Dalit leaders in India. The RSS and Sangh Parivar at large have done astonishing amount of work to reduce the Cast difference in Bharat, however it is rarely acknowledged in public because of RSS’s unsociability towards the mass media.

Sangh Parivar in its 82 years history has done more to sovle the caste problem in Bharat than everything else combined in last century. 50,000 daily shakhas are nothing but an experiment in removing those caste differences by making people of every cast sit together, sing together, play together and eat together.

If you are really interested in reading about Sangh Parivar’s contribution in removing cast differences, don’t miss a chance to read Manu, Sangh & I by Ramesh Patange

Dalit leader buries the hatchet with RSS

Dalit poet and leader Namdeo Dhasal shakes hands with RSS chief K Sudarshan at a book release function in New Delhi on Wednesday.

NEW DELHI: Ideological chalk and cheese shared dais when firebrand Dalit poet Namdeo Dhasal and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief K Sudarshan came together at a book release function in the Capital on Wednesday. The internationally renowned poet and Dalit leader is the founder president of Maharashtra’s Dalit Panther that has traditionally been at odds with the RSS. The Dalit Panther has for long looked upon the RSS as representing the Brahmanical order. Ironically, Dhasal released a RSS book on Dalit pain at the function.

Dhasal, an outspoken literary figure and the first recipient of the Sahitya Akademi Lifetime Achievement Award, said he was initially reluctant to share the dais with the RSS chief as “Leftist friends would pounce upon me with abuses and accusations that I have shifted camp, but I don’t care, because I have only one mission — to strengthen national unity and social integrity. This can’t be achieved if we remain divided in thousands of castes and sub- castes and keep pouring venom against each other. Neither can politics help eradicate castes, which rather thrive on casteist divisions.”

He had high hopes, he said, from the RSS, which should get into action to remove the concept of untouchability and castiesm from the country. “Mere speeches and books won’t help. The work that RSS outfits like Samarasta Manch are doing in Maharashtra has to be further strengthened,” he said.

The Dalit leader narrated how he had lost his childhood to tyrannical caste-based hatred and had to face what he called a “death-like situation” at the hands of “so-called high caste people just because I had dared to go near their house.”
He did not even spare the socialist movement and claimed that leaders of the movement had shielded castiesm and that even Communist leaders were Brahmanical in their outlook and actions.

Emphasizing that the fight against casteism needed a combined effort, Dhasal said: “Yes, I do feel that the fight to eradicate caste has to be fought by Dalits and caste Hindus together carrying forward the tradition of Adi Sankara, which got broken somewhere in between.”

RSS chief K Sudarshan said the pain and anguish of “our people have to be understood honestly. The Dalits are our own flesh and blood, but because of some ill practices and social evils the practice of untouchability has brought havoc on those who were an integral part and defenders of dharma. This has to be corrected through our deeds and actions.”

The RSS chief said had never accepted any kind of casteism among its cadres. He said the year of Shri Guruji, the second Sarsanghchalak of the RSS, had been devoted to working for social harmony and lakhs of RSS workers had reached out to the Dalits.

The RSS Sarsanghchalak ended his address by turning to Dhasal: “I fully agree with what you have said here today”.
An unusual kinship was thus effected at the release of the book Samaraste Ke Sutra (threads of harmony), which contains articles from Dalit writers and social activists working among Dalits and is edited by Tarun Vijay, Editor of the RSS weekly Panchjanya and Ramesh Patange, Editor of the Marathi weekly Vivek, also an RSS publication.

RSS Swayamsevaks have been doing their best to provide a helping hand to the flood victims in India. True to their colors. Usually Indian News Media is allergic to giving credit to Sangh Parivar organizations for any positive work. However, it seems this time somehow a photo of Swayamsevaks helping, slipped through the editorial controls of AP. You can recognize the Swayamsevaks by their trademark Kakhai shorts. Click on it for bigger view.Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) helping flood victims