Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Hindu Deaths In a Christian Center in Kerala: 10,000 and counting

may 15th, 2007

by the usual inflation applied by the 'secularists', i guess i am justified in claiming that 10,000 people were murdered by the 'divine' satanist center.

note how 894 hindus + mohammedans killed in gujarat have been inflated by most notably the christist bigot cedric prakash to "2,000 mohammedans" killed. this has been parroted by the entire communist media.

so, cedric, how about "10,000 hindus killed in christist murder center in kerala"?

yeah, that's the ticket. let's now start a jehad against oommen chandy and k m mani, the main christist politicians in kerala.

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Raghu said...

But what is surprising (actually not so surprising) is that even the un-inflated number in this case is 975. It is more than the number of people died in Gujarat Riots.. Where is the outrage?

barbarindian said...

Could be an organ smuggling racket.

Prabu said...


Here's something you will find interesting:


Note the number of times China is mentioned in this report.

NEW YORK: Vidya Ram, 27, from Chennai was designated the top student in the Class of 2007 of the Graduate School of Journalism of Columbia University, New York.

Ms. Ram topped a list of 28 honours students in the school's M.S. programme. She was also awarded a Pulitzer travelling fellowship. These fellowships are given to five outstanding graduates to enable them to study and travel abroad. Ms. Ram plans to use her Pulitzer fellowship travelling to, and writing about, China.

Ms. Ram's classmates gave her a big round of applause when the school announced on Journalism Day, the day before the convocation, that she was the student of the year. It is very rare for a foreign student to win top honours at the school.

More than 250 M.S. programme students took their degrees along with Ms. Ram at the May 16 convocation of one of the world's premier journalism schools. Ben Bradlee, vice-president at large of The Washington Post, gave the commencement address to students, faculty, and parents. He received the school's highest honour, the Columbia Journalism Award.

Ms. Ram is the daughter of N. Ram, Editor-in-Chief, The Hindu, who is an alumnus of the Columbia University journalism school. She studied at Sishya, Chennai, Oxford University, and the London School of Economics before going to Columbia University. Ms. Ram spent a year teaching English in Harbin, China; interned at The Hindu group's Frontline magazine in 2001-2002; and subsequently worked at the Hansard Society in London.