?Naroda Patia fetus story planted by Catholic Church

via Narendran published on March 21, 2010

We know that in the wake of the Gujarat tragedy there was a relentless media blitz to pin all the blame for the tragedy entirely on the Hindus. Indian media is not an organ of objectivity and the entire newspaper pages are available for hire to the highest bidder to publicize his favorite news headings, news stories and editorial views in the same manner as he can hire a plot of cultivable land to farm his chosen crops.
The macabre dance in the media in those times will have to be understood in that context. There can be nothing more repugnant than ripping off the belly of a pregnant woman. It is an unimaginable crime and the media was willing to play up such events on hearsay than on solid evidence is clear proof that some one was planting such stories with criminal intentions.

All crimes leave an imprint of the criminal on the scene. It was one of the events in which all newspapers played the same stories with out any exception as if they were copying from press notes. Do we find a parallel here? Yes.

Considering the financial clout of the Catholic Church we observe by their buying up media of all hues in all languages in India to proclaim the birth and death of popes under maximum banner headings to 97 percent of the people for whom these events are no more important than concerning any other human being, should it come as a surprise to us if we get the feeling after seeing the media behaving in unison about reporting the events in Gujarat in one voice that it was also managed by the Catholic Church who are crying hoarse about persecution of Christians in Gujarat?

There are plenty of historical and current evidence relating to cooking up false stories about individuals and events by the Catholic Church by doctoring the media. Ripping off belly of pregnant women accused as heretic was routine practice under the Inquisition. Only such of them who are aware of it could have planted it.The needle of suspecion points to the catholic church

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