Naxals: the Private Army of the Church?

Rediff is reporting that four VHP leaders have just been bumped off by the Naxals in the Kandhamal district of Orissa. This district was recently in the news when some Christian converts vandalized a Hindu temple, resulting in social tensions. Newspapers reported that time that missionaries had called in Naxals and Maoists to “teach a lesson” to the Hindus. Today, we find that four VHP leaders have been killed by the naxals in the same area.

More on this episode and the Naxal-Church nexus soon.



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14 responses to “Naxals: the Private Army of the Church?

  1. Bismillah Sanjay birahter

    Nice to see you back and being blunt with your opinions

    Greetings from Bakistan

  2. sanjaychoudhry

    Thanks birader for greetings. May Allah bestow upon you a dozen lactating goats.

  3. Shekhar

    Once upon a time POPE said ,”Communism is against Christianity “.
    Now,what is his opinion about this nexus?

    • OM


  4. mohit

    All the investigating agencies are knowing the fact.
    Why they are not doing anything.

    • sudhir

      To the very intake of globalization,thought process,morale,ethics,human values and
      comman interest of human being had been
      changed,The instutionalization of globule
      network of crime havily funded by drug mafia
      through China bank ,a theology blended with
      junk philosophy has been introduced very
      effectively to acquite entire minetal rich
      The empire striks back in new face ,

    • nikhil

      May be this thing UPA sponsore also.

  5. nikhil

    99% of armed insurgency in India is fuelled and fanned by foreign funded NGOs operating as TROJAN HORSES– in the garb of environmentalists, human rights activists, messiah missionaries etc.

  6. Y

    All Over America Evangelical Christians Are Being Labeled As “Extremists” And “Hate Groups”
    Extremism is a complex phenomenon; it is defined as beliefs, attitudes, feelings, actions, or strategies of a character far removed from the “ordinary.” Because “ordinary” is subjective, no religious group would label itself extreme or its doctrine “extremism.” However, religious extremism is not limited to any single religion, ethnic group, or region of the world; every religion has some followers that believe that their beliefs, customs and traditions are the only “right way” and that all others are practicing their faith the “wrong way,” seeing and believing that their faith/religion superior to all others.
    As “right wing ” always represented as “communal”.So,Evangelical Christians movement blended their idea with leftist movement “Maoism”.So,
    they removed “communal” tag from their movement.

    • som

      So why are evangelical Christians hated so much? Well, the truth is that they are primarily hated because of what they believe. Attempts to intimidate evangelical Christians into changing their beliefs continue to become more frightening. The following are just a few examples…

      1 – A student at Florida Atlantic University was recently suspended from class for refusing “to write the word ‘Jesus’ on a piece of paper, fold it up, and step on it.”

      2 – A 14-year-old homeschooler in Maryland received multiple death threatsafter testifying in favor of traditional marriage before the Maryland state senate.

      3 – A 14-year-old student at a public school in Texas was suspended from school for saying that he believes that homosexuality is wrong.

      4 – A gay activist group that smashed up a church in Oregon says that it hopes that it will “strike fear into the hearts” of Christian leaders…

      5 – A high school teacher in Oregon was recently escorted from his school by police for objecting to the presence of Planned Parenthood in the school.

      6 – Some gay activists up in Illinois actually threw concrete brick pavers through the glass doors of one Christian organization in an attempt to intimidate them…

      7 – All over the country people are being fired from their jobs for expressing their belief in the Biblical view of sexual morality.

      8 – Street preachers all over America are being threatened with arrest just for standing on street corners and preaching the gospel.

    • nikhil

      “As “right wing ” always represented as “communal”.So,Evangelical Christians movement blended their idea with leftist movement “Maoism”.So, they removed “communal” tag from their movement.”
      So, they cleverly fabricated their movement to confuse the local and central Government of India and so called secular elite groups in perticular and entire population in general,or the maino regime knows the facts and playing with the lives of paramilitary forces???

    • hari

      For the first time in history ,such type of deadly cocktail ideology of Communism and communal ism is visible in jungles of Maharashtra ,Andhra Pradesh ,Chattisgarh,Jharkand and Orissa provinces of India.

    • hari

      In December 2011, the Maoist Communist Party of Manipur in a press release had acknowledged its association and support of some foreign based ultra-leftist outfits. They are: Communist Party of Philippines, Association for Proletarian Solidarity, Italy (ASP), Maoist Communist Party of France, Revolutionary Communist Party Canada (PCR – RCP), and Party of the Committees to Support Resistance for Communism (CARC), Italy. Some of the western countries had played a very dubious role in fanning Left Wing Extremism (LWE) in Nepal to facilitate religious conversion. Kandhamal district of Odisha suffers from the same paradigm. Nepal’s example should not be lost out on India.
      As far as military prowess of the Maoists goes, there is evidence of AK-47s being supplied by the United Wa Army in Myanmar. The AK-47 manufacturing facility has been provided by China to the said insurgent outfit. The Maoist-ISI-LeT-militant groups nexus in Kashmir and the North-East is fairly well established. The Chinese, according to a national television channel, have also begun to supply sophisticated signal equipment with encryption capabilities to the Maoists.

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