Not Saint of India, Call Her 1st Foreign Saint of India

By GSK Menon published on September 3, 2016

How the Baptist controlled English media is twisting facts to give the Albanian nun a publicity boost. She is being touted as “India’s first saint”. It will be true if she is called “India’s first foreign saint”.

For the last over 10,000 years this great land of Bharat has produced innumerable Saints from both the sexes. A foreigner who came to India to India to convert Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, Jains & Sikhs is insulting us.

She can be called as a social worker but conversion was her clear agenda. Her hatred for the Oriental religions prompted her to start devious ways for conversion. Stage managed photos for the Western Press did the trick, the hyper publicity she got was unmatched. Funds kept pouring from bigots and rich fanatics for the conversion drama.

I appeal to all Indians

1. Do not call her “Saint of India”

2. If need be call her “Foreign social worker of India”

3. Best Missionary of India

4. Ace converter of Hindus/Muslims/Buddhists/Jains/Sikhs

5. Unmatched publicity monger

6. Unrivaled fund collector
These titles will suit her more aptly.

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  1. Vijayalakshmi Menon Reply

    September 4, 2016 at 12:16 am

    The custom of canonization by the Pope is amusing, to say the least. India is a land of saints, where hundreds of saints have been performing miracles for the welfare of living beings from time immemorial. Starting from Adi Sankara, Ramana Maharshi, Ramanujacharya, the 63 Nayanmars, the 12 Azhwars and more recently Kanchi mahaswamigal, Satya Saibaba and Mata Amritanandamayi have done so many miracles and selfless service to all living beings, which has benefited millions of people. So the ritual of canonization by the Pope is only to ensure a better harvest of souls in the coming years for the vested interests. There is no need for any of us Indians to go ga-ga over it.

  2. RPK Reply

    September 6, 2016 at 8:32 pm

    When we are responding Christian or Islamic political religions we the hindus are hesitant or fearfull to go the extremes. Still secularly conditioned hindus are timid in front of the truth that .The western philosophies like Christian ,Islamic and Communism are not spiritual in its content they are more or less well organised political outfits aiming nothing spiritual but political ,economical and social power throughout the world . Declaration of this sainthood of Mother Teresa is nothing but conspiracy of Vatican centered world politics . If she is realy a saint what is need of this declaration from Rome. She is nothing but like every christian a marchent of poverty , missery and every kind of destitutes. She could never be a permanent solution to the poverty and missery of the people in India. She is the best example of religious convertion in India . Hindus need no inspiration from this Vatican directed religious bussiness. Hindus should keep away from this pseudosecular Hippocrates of indian media which always looking west to find for its daily break.

  3. Raj Puducode Reply

    October 24, 2016 at 7:35 am

    For the west , the goals of Govt, Church, business & other organizations of charity are one & the same viz as to how to convert the world to their point of view & have total control of these countries. Same thing was done by the British colonials. Mother Theresa did dedicate her life to service but one flaw was that it was not a “nishkama karma” but with a goal to convert the masses. Similarly, John Carey recently wanted India to lift a ban on World Vision donations.World Vision was one of the top donors to NGOs in India and World Vision India was one of the top recipient of funds for Christian missionary activity in India. WV is again a conversion business outfit with a charity face.For Semitic religions, it is difficult to practice “nishkama karma” as they always have an agenda & it is NOT service for the sake of service. Jihadis openly resort to violence & bloodshed to achieve their beastly goals. India had & still have hundreds of Swamis & saints doing selfless charity work but we hardly hear about them. Sathya Sai Baba & Matha Amruthanandamayi organizations are such examples.

  4. Gopalan M Reply

    November 7, 2016 at 9:16 pm

    One British journalist called her a maraudess, robing other people’s faith when they are in a very vulnerable condition, too weak to resist or protest.He made this observation after watching her so called charity works from very close quarters . He found mother Theresa herself and her sisters catching and lifting dying people from the streets to convert them to Christianity when they are breathing their last and removing their faith which they had been holding very close to their hearts throughout their life . She and her so called sisters of charity used to derive some sadistic pleasure from converting such helpless people to Christianity in this manner. And we Indian suckers call her an angel .

  5. Brijulal sanatan Reply

    December 8, 2016 at 12:57 pm

    her mission is not to serve indians, the only aim was evangelise indians to the stupidity she belives. how can a group of men make another person a saint??? no logic!!!!! and these incease in saint hood have another aim which is to prophelize people to christianity without knowning the people are getting converted

  6. Ernakulam Sudarsan Reply

    May 31, 2018 at 8:26 am

    Why is the auther afraid to mention the name of the num ,Thiese type of authers are realy coward hindus,

  7. Jayesh Kumar Reply

    November 28, 2019 at 11:22 am

    The Vatican is not finished with India or Kerala. Recently, they again promoted two Keralite priests as saints. This brings to 4 the number of Keralite saints. I wonder if the Roman Catholics and other Christians of Kerala are so gullible to fall into this ruse by the Vatican.

    In the 2000-year history of the Roman Catholic church, it is only in the last two decades that Keralites have been ordained as saints. This speaks volumes for the racism and Euro-white-centric attitude of the Roman Catholic church. Even if one takes into account that Roman Catholicism entered Kerala and India only after the arrival of Vasco da Gama in 1498, it took more than 500 years for the Vatican to come to the conclusion that Keralites can be made saints.

    Of course, the real reason for this is the falling attendance in churches in Europe, the Americas and other areas of traditional Christendom. A natural consequence of this is that there have been lesser aspirants for the post of priests in these places. Even in Kerala, the number of Roman Catholics and other Christians aspiring to become priests is very less, compared to yester years.

    The Vatican would have calculated that with more saints in Kerala, the current generation would be more motivated and inspired to not only come to churches, but also come forward to take priestly roles. Of course, they also want more conversions in Kerala and India. Whether their calculations are right, only time will tell.

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