Recently at the conclusion of RSS’s OTC (Officer Training Camp) in Nagpur, the formal Indian Air Force chief, Air Chief Marshal A Y Tipnis called RSS a traitor during his ‘valedictory address’.

“Every patriotic Indian should readily agree that we have singularly excellent and inspiring reference point in our Constitution. No matter what our different and often divergent beliefs, persuasions and ideologies, we have collectively committed ourselves to the ideals , values and principles enshrined in it,” said Tipnis who led the IAF’s decisive strikes in the Kargil war.

Reiterating that Constitution was supreme, he exhorted the RSS trainees to work for society without harming interests of anyone and keeping social fabric intact. “Justice and liberty are so paramount that fundamental rights guarantee them to very citizen without distinction of any kind including caste, creed, colour, faith belief and gender,” said Tipnis.

Source: Time of India

My understanding from that speech is that according to Tipnis, RSS doesn’t obey the constitution and its members should follow the Indian constitution. If that is not calling someone unpatriotic or traitor then what is? His speech clearly leaves the impression that he believes RSS to be anti-social, and its method to be against the interest of India.

I blame such blatant misunderstanding of RSS by even the most educated citizens of India to the backward thinking leadership of RSS. Time after time, RSS leadership has comprehensively failed to realize the importance of creating a positive public image of the Sangh Parivar organizations. Despite, the best intentions of numerous swayamsevaks, RSS leaders have been extremely lackluster in their approach in adapting to the new techniques, especially Internet and Mass Media.

Rather they have imbibed a mentality that the best solution to fight problems like liberal media is to run away from problems. Otherwise, what would explain their stands on creating hundreds of institutions to avoid the glare of media.

This is not limited to RSS alone but extends to other organizations, especially VHP.

I would further recommend reading this article ..http://vivekajyoti.blogspot.com/2007/06/we-are-in-suffocating-grip-of-pseudo.html

What do you think?

The way I see it right now is that Christians seems to have all they need to succeed in India. They have experience from converting other countries (Native North Americans, South Americans and Africa). They have a long term plan i.e. high quality English Medium Schools / Colleges. They have the motivation (save us from going to hell), they use latest methods (Internet, Radio, TV etc.), they are well structured (Red Cross, World Vision, Joshua Project etc.), they apparently have political power in India (Large number of Christian chief ministers) and outside India (USA), and above all they have the power of money from other nations (Christian Charities get $1.25 Billion in India … almost 600 Crore Rupees)

On the other hand, India’s experience to such on slaught (Buddhism, Muslims, Britishs) has been to initially loose and then partially restore the old status (By status means our culture, religion and way of life). Indians rarely seem to have long term plan, the best RSS has come up to counter Missionary schools is to create 3rd rate school that no sane middle class family should send their kids to. I myself went to RSS school for 2 years. Indians and especially Hindu organizations are at best pathetic and ignorant about latest tools such as Internet, TV, or Radio. For years, I have heard RSS workers give lectures on the futility of political power, but every time I read about their speeches in newspapers, it seems that their every demand requires a political solution. Be it Terrorism, Christian conversion, Ram Setu Project, Minority Appeasement, or Ram Mandir.

What do you think? Have you seen any concrete or long term plans to save India? Have you ever heard of Hindu organizations planning for next 5, 10 or even 15 years?

Checkout the following websites for Sangh Geets.

Geet Ganga http://www.geetganga.org : This website has around 170 geets (mostly sangh geets) in 10 major languages including Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, and 1 or 2 songs in Bangal, English, Marwari or Sanskrit. Some of the geets even have lyrics, though not most of them. Besides, Sangh songs they have included some filmi songs like Aye Mere Watan Ke Logo, Jaha Daal Daal Per Sone Ki Chidiya …

RSS: http://www.rss.org/New_RSS/Downloads/geet.jsp RSS website has list of 87 songs but only 15-20 songs area available for download.

Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh: http://www.hssus.org/content/view/125/104/ This is a pure Sangh Geet site with around 90 sangh songs. Here all the geets are available on 1 single page with links to some of the lyrics.

Photos from Akhil Bhartiya Pratinidhi Sabha held in Lucknow from March 9 – 11th, 2007. Annual Report about RSS

AKHIL BHARTEEYA PRATINIDHI SABHA-ANNUAL REPORT 2007
RASHTRIYA SWAYAMSEVAK SANGH ANNUAL REPORT of 2006-07

Presented by: SARKARYAWAH SH. MOHANRAO BHAGWAT (9th March 2007)
AKHIL BHARTEEYA PRATINIDHI SABHA, LUCKNOW (9-11 March 2007)
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Source: http://www.rss.org

Sangh Swayamsevaks at Guruji's ProgramRevered Sarsanghachalakji, respected Sanghachalaks, members of the Akhil Bharatiya Karyakarini, members of the ABPS, Swayamsevaks working in various Sangh-inspired organisations, mothers, sisters and special invitees,

We all have assembled here after one year to take stock of our activity, completing the programmes of Sri Guruji Birth Centenary with gaiety, enthusiasm and success. This meeting is being held in the backdrop of the evolving complex national scenario as also the love, cooperation experienced by us during the Birth Centenary year from all sections of the society including saints, scholars and eminencies.
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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.