Manipur village bans Christianazi’s from preaching –An example for Indian villages to follow

published on January 27, 2009

India’s premier fascist Christian organization is whining about  the
inability of its Christianazi hoodlums  to convert and destroy the
native religion of one particular village in Imphal, Chringmeirong
Rongmei Village which apparently has put up notices restricting these
snakes from indulging in satanic Christianity propaganda in its village
and create divisions and communal problems

This is a great step
that should be emulated. Notices against Christian propaganda should be
pasted on all of India’s villages, houses, slums, apartments, housing
estates in rural areas and towns, so to protect our people  from
missionary scums infecting those places with the deadly Christian
cancer virus.
Once even one Christian ebola virus makes it presence it will lead to
Kandhamal like situationss where it ill keep multiplying and eventually
lead to genocide, enslavement and decimation of native Hindus.

The Missionary Version of  the Story

Here is the notice and excerpts as reported by fascist AICC

“Chringmeirong Rongmei Village council, pasted on the notice board on the village
in Manipuri is translated as: “No Christian activities and propagation
within Chingmeirong Kabui (Rongmei) village Ward No. 173, any living
person violating this order will be punished under the rules and
regulation of the village council – By Order Village Council/Village
Chief, Chingmeirong.”

Under this law, three families
Chingmeirong Rongmei village were penalised. Kaphun Kamei, around 50
years old, along with his wife and children were the latest victims.
Their house cum church building was dismantled by villagers on December
14, 2008, after imposing the fines prescribed by the village council.

incidents of the diktat ordered by the village council against
Christians include the following as reported by the Sangai Express on
September 13, 2007. Kahaolung Malungmei was fined a pig and rice beer
jar and later banished from the village for becoming a Christian on
October 12, 1995. On July 16, 1997, Kumari Kalingjon was fined Rs 5000.
Kaphun Malangmei was fined Rs 5000 and chased out of the village after
his house was burned on July 10, 2006.”

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