The Reserve Bank of India has issued new ten rupees coins:
The new coins carry the same cross as was seen last year on Rs 2 coins. The RBI alleges that the cross shows “unity in diversity.” However, it is unable to give an explanation as to from what angle does the cross project this message.
RBI is ready to issue a new bimetallic 10 Rupee coin for circulation.
The look: The obverse side has the lion capitol with numeral 10 and year of manufacture. On reverse side, a double line cross with a dot in each pellet of cross and denomination written in Hindi and English around. This design has been prepared by National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, with the theme of Unity in Diversity. The outer side metal is Nickel-Bronze and the inner side metal is Ferrous Steel. The weight of the coin would be 8 grams and the diameter would be 28 mm.
This cross on the coin is nothing but the Crusaders’ Cross, also called Jerusalem Cross. Here is what it looks like:
It is called Crusaders’ Cross because it was given by the Pope Urban II to the crusaders for their very first crusade that was launched from Jerusalem. The four “crosslets” on the corners along with the main cross are supposed to show the five holy wounds of Christ.
One thing is clear, though, with this latest development. When the Bishops begin to march in a pagan land for its conquest, they are least bothered about the protests of the pagans. Even after so many protests by the Hindus when the Rs 2 coin with the cross was first launched last year, the RBI is back with exactly the same cross on yet another coin.
This is how the bishops show the middle finger to the pagans. As long as they have their lady heading the government and Christian chief ministers strategically placed all over India, they know they can over-rule the howls of the wretched pagans. The pagans will be dragged kicking and screaming to the baptism altar and made to cough up the tithe for all time to come.
So folks, the Crusaders’ Cross has arrived in our country on our currency coins. With this, the first crusade blessed by the Pope (who is fond of Gucci shoes) has earnestly and officially begun in the land of the “Hindoos.”
Be on your guard and wary of the Hindu courtiers of Congress and their Italian Christian queen. The end game has begun for the 5000 year old Hindu civilisation.