the big lie about chrisists 'providing education' is just that: a lie.
they get money from the government -- 90% of them are aided schools.
thus, we are *paying* the godmen to convert our own children.
this is normal modus operandi for the christists. in kerala, the
british resident monro extorted rs. 10,000 from the maharani of
travancore and gave this to the christists in 1819. with inflation for
2 centuries, this is some rs. 300 billion today, some rs. 10,000 for
every man, woman and child christist in kerala today.
thus, the 10 million christists in kerala have been *manufactured*
using taxpayer, ie. hindu money! we have paid rs. 10,000 to
manufacture each of them, and then they are the storm-troopers of the
church all over india. every school and parish everywhere in india has
some "father" thomas keralachrististname, or "sister" mary
talk of buying a gun to shoot oneself with!
Suspending state aid to all these missionary schools is first step to
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Source: The Hindu
Action against Catholic schools
BANGALORE: The Bharatiya Janata Party Government in the State has
taken serious exception to the nearly 2,000 Christian educational
institutions remaining closed in the State on Friday in protest
against violence unleashed on Christians in Orissa close on the heels
of the killing of a Vishwa Hindu Parishat leader.
The Government has directed the officials concerned to initiate
disciplinary action against the “protesting” schools while
accusing them of violating holiday norms. The action includes issuing
notices to the schools.
Primary and Secondary Education Minister Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri
said: “It is wrong to close schools without getting permission
from the educational authorities concerned. I have directed the Deputy
Directors of Public Instruction (DDPIs) to initiate action against the
protesting Catholic schools in their jurisdiction over the
unauthorised holiday granted by them on Friday. The DDPIs would serve
notices to them seeking an explanation. These schools will also be
cautioned against violation of norms.”
“As the Education Minister, I am concerned over the violation
of norms in this regard. It is the duty of these schools to inform the
Government and also take its permission to declare holiday as most of
these schools are either receiving government grants or have obtained
clearances from the Government to run their institutions,” Mr.
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