I will try to discuss the links between Dravidian-Missionary Nexus, expose the links between the so called NGOs and #BreakingIndia brigade, how they plan to derail all developmental projects mostly in the State of Tamil Nadu.

While in reality most of know that there’s much more to the Tuticorin protests, much of it was not highlighted by the Left leaning Media. The Church seems to have led the media by the nose in helping build a Congress-Communist narrative that dragged the Namo Govt into this.

The coverage by the national media of the protests in Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu, against Vedanta’s copper smelting plant has been injudicious, based on hearsay and without application of mind. A narrative has been parroted without critical Examination. It’s true that few were shot

But unfortunate is that no one bothered to ask why the Police had to open fire on the protesters. These protesters outnumbered the police force by a huge number at the collectorate; they assaulted police personnel physically, pelted them with stones, tore the clothes of female law enforcers and molested them, indulged in wanton acts of arson including setting fire to public property and indulged in an orgy of violence that threatened the safety of innocent people.

Now, instead of asking what forces were behind this, people like Rahul Gandhi, MK Stalin were quick to attack the Prime Minister, BJP, RSS, the Edapadi Govt and making wild, defamatory charges like calling Narendra Modi as murderer, etc. It helped them sling mud at the Modi regime.

No one ever thought the negative effects of closing such a huge plant, what it’ll do to the employees dependent on it & how this will affect our country’s Economy, copper production capacity. Neither the Congress, the DMK or anyone took interest finding out who were behind this.

The most provocative statement on the situation came from Congress chief Rahul Gandhi. Apropos of nothing in particular, he blamed the RSS for the Tuticorin row, keeping in tune with his politics which begins and ends with RSS-baiting. Rahul’s anti-Hindu bias is understandable… but accusing the Sangh of being a terrorist organization is beyond the pale. Congress-Communist cabal by baseless charges against the RSS instead of engaging in an ideological debate has ensured that the Sangh has come to represent Hindu sentiment nationwide.

As a corollary, opposition to the RSS is considered ‘opposition to communalism’ and support minority communalism is termed ‘secularism’ by this cabal. In the Tuticorin case, however, there seems to be more to it than just the reflexive blame-the-Sangh approach; A concerted attempt by the Church in those parts,supported by Gandhi and the so-called secular media, to drag the Sangh into the row is evident. The districts of Tirunelveli, Tuticorin, Kanyakumari in TamilNadu have the highest number of Christians, the Church has great influence.

The Koodankulam Nuclear Power Project in Tirunelveli, which was developed in collaboration with Russia, also saw a lot of protests. America’s disdain for this project was quite evident. The then PM Manmohan Singh publicly blamed US-funded institutions for the protests.

bishop ambroise tuticorin christian missionary
Bishop Ambroise

The then Union Minister V. Narayanasamy alleged that Bishop Yavon Ambroise of Tuticorin received Rs 54 crore & was the key figure behind the protests. Many Christian institutions such as People’s Education for Action and liberation, Good Vision were on the HM’s radar as instigators.

The Home Secretary had announced that bank accounts of four such NGOs were sealed, as money was transferred from overseas to fund national protests and incite disruption.
The Christian population in Tuticorin is close to 30 per cent and the Church has a deep impact on residents.

The plan to expand the Sterlite copper plant was brought forward as a new addition to the scope of already on-going disputes. Before the Sterlite plant was closed, it was producing four lakh tons of copper annually.

Under the proposed expansion, which would have happened if not for the violent protests and subsequent deaths in police firing, Sterlite would have produced 8 lakh tons of copper annually. If this project had gone through, almost all of India’s copper needs would have been met.

According to TN Police, the Tuticorin protest has a clear foreign influence. Samarendra Das of the ‘Foil Vedanta Group’ flew in from London and secretly met Sterlite protesters and assured them that he would fully support the continuation of the protests.

Thoothukudi: ‘Foreign hand’ behind anti-Sterlite stir – Deccan Chronicle

As a coincidence, after the Tuticorin violence John McDonnell, a prominent leader of the Opposition labour Party in the UK, declared that Vedanta is a rogue company and demanded it be removed from the London Stock Exchange. Now his links with this brigade needs to be investigated

Pastor Mohan Lazarus in his speeches said without any scientific backing, that Sterlite is a toxic factory. He said that the Church is praying to shut down the factory. The Koodankulam protests saw the participation of Bishop Yvon Ambroise, SP Udayakumar, while Sterlite had Mohan.

The anti-development attitude of the Church, their Nexus with the Breaking-India Maoist, LTTE sympathizers is quite evident from these instances. The Vatican sponsored churches want to derail the growth progress of the State as well as the Nation. When locals are rendered jobless.

it becomes easier for the missionaries to harvest on the hungry unemployed Youth.

The role of church & western NGOs in destabilization activities in India is clearly evident. There is a misconception that only the Muslim radicals resort to terrorism.However, the truth is that the Christian evangelists are equally guilty of encouraging terrorism in India.

The Christian involvement in aiding various insurgent, militant groups in the North-East started right from the time of India’s emergence as an independent nation in 1947. Christian missionaries closely linked with militant tribal groups in Tripura, the Maoist movement.

In South, missionaries are found closely linked with pro-LTTE elements in TN. Church activists, Maoists are found jointly supporting the NGO-sponsored agitation against all mega-development projects in India as part of a western conspiracy to stall India’s economic progress.

The church’s involvement in such destabilization activities was never seen as blatantly as in the case of agitation against the Koodankulam nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu & the Tuticorin Sterlite factory.

The Church deploys it’s agenda mostly through misinformation campaigns. For example let us take Koodankulam Nuclear Plant protest and let us compare it with the recent Sterlite protests too. There’s a clear role played by the Church, how it misleads the locals. Look at these:

In today’s economic scenario, fast paced growth & development, pro-LTTE sympathisers, Political parties with Secessionist views backed by missionaries are a growing threat to both India & Sri Lanka. The stalling of all developmental projects, closing of major industrial hubs… the demands of such groups poses a grave danger to the Economy of the country& survival of thousands of employees dependent on such industries for livelihood.When majority of the people are rendered jobless it’ll enable the missionaries to harvest Innocents as part of their goals.

[PDF] The role of church and western NGOs in destabilization activities in India ~By Ravindranath

I guess this tweet/video adds more weight.

“Sterlite protest in churches with really slogans promoting violence, not surprised ,but why are children involved in such activities?” — Vishwatma 🇮🇳 (@HLKodo) December 21, 2018.

Article by  AskAdharsh

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