Misionaries run amok after massive reconversion drive in Thane

via HK published on October 29, 2009

Mumbai:Recent massive conversion of Christians to Hinduism had send shivers across the globe who fund conversion activities to India.The lamenting of Missionary
leaders in India in response to it is quite amusing.Those who dedicated their whole life to deceit and betray naive Hindus are running amok from corner to corner.According to a Missionary propaganda website – The conversion to to Hinduism is by providing economic incentives and by brainwashing the Christians!

Sajan George, president of the Global Council of Indian Christians fumes – This conversion ceremony “is designed to disrupt communal harmony” !Sajan George and his likes who always organise clandestine conversion activities laments – “not only is it turned into a public spectacle but it is announced well in advance.”

He is very upset over the inaction of authorities and arresting Acharya Narendra Maharaj for converting Christians.Very same Sajan George so far oppossed Anti conversion bills with tooth and nail and now he talks about law and constitution!!He is asks “why Police remained silent when ceremonies like in Thane are staged?”

Yet another Missionary propaganda website blames ekalvidyalayas which impart knowledge to Tribals the main reason for these reconversions.Every now and there the Missionaries boasts we provided education to you,we provide medication to you and so on.Now why this cry when we impart education to the needy? Yes they are right when they receive true education they will realise their follies and will shed the ignorance heaped upon them by fanatic Missionaries who tried to uproot them from their culture by giving false hopes.

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