Kerala becomes Addiction Center of India

via HK Correspondent published on December 26, 2008

Several years of Marxist and phony Secluar congress rule has desconstructed ancient, spiritual culture of Kerala. People in Kerala have become alienated from their own culture and are drifting aimlessly picking up discarded western values. As a result, crime, divorce, alcohol and drug abuse, crime, Jihadi terrorism, homicide and burglary have increased in Kerala. There is no law and order under the Marxist government.
Reports indicate that during this Christmas, Kerala Beverages Corporation has sold more than 41.38 core worth of foreign liquor during Christmas through Beverage Corporation stores. Kerala has become deeply entrenched in hard liquor during Christmas. The sale of hard liquor shows substantial increase from last Christmas season. Last year the sale was recorded for 30.60core. Chalakudi, a center of Christians has sold 18.72 lakhs of liquor on Christmas eve. Angamali, where Christians have an indoctrination center has recorded a sale of 13.75 lakhs.
Government estimates a total sale of hard liquor during Christmas as 80 core if we add liquor sales from Hotels, Bars and Clubs. In addition sales of illicit liquor also increased ten fold during Christmas. It seems in Kerala, Christian community has identified Christmas with alcohol consumption. Sociologists say that when people are converted from their traditional culture, they become alienated and easily become prey to alcohol, drugs and other deviant social behavior. The Marxist ideology of materialism also encourages people to abandon traditional spiritual-family values and embrace discarded western life style. If the present trends continues, Kerala will become a center for social tragedy beyond anybody’s imagination.

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