Not many people know it, but proselytising was banned in India in the original constitution drafted by the Constituent Assembly. The missionaries and their White masters were frightened that all their gains since the British empire took root in India will be wasted, and they will be thrown out of the country (like they later got thrown out of China by the communists).
They ran to — who else? — the brown sepoy Nehru, who put pressure on Patel to get the right to proselytize included in the fundamental rights. Earlier, the constitution gave the citizens only the right to “practise their faith.” Nehru got this changed to “practise and propagate their faith.” The result of that blunder by that arrogant intellectual pygmy is there for all to see.
Missionaries in India have only one strength — money. They are getting over Rs 12,000 crores every year from Western churches. Most of this money is landing into states where there is a sizable tribal population. It is not a coincidence that these same states also have an anti-Hindu Maoist movement running. Missionaries and Maoists are joined at the hip in India.
So why is the Indian government not banning this huge amount of money being sent into India by the Whites? Whose interests are the Indian politicians serving by refusing to halt this money flow? Are they getting a cut out of this? No other country allows so much money from abroad to enter its borders.
Nehru and Gandhi were two Trojan horses planted by the Whites in India to destroy the Hindu civilisation.
Sindhi conversions in Ulhasnagar raise a storm
Mumbai: The close-knit Sindhi community in Ulhasnagar, north-east of Mumbai, is undergoing a social upheaval of sorts. Over the last two years, a sizeable number in the township — primarily created for Sindhis who came in as refugees from Pakistan’s Sindh province after partition — have drifted away from Hinduism and embraced Christianity.