Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Arrest Cedric Prakash for hate speech

I endorse Shri. Manohar Parrikar's thoughts. Cedric Prakash should be arrested for his diabolical hate mongering
and sowing communal discord. The Jesuit pamphleteer's activities border on treason against the Union of India.

However, I do not agree with the equation of Shri Pramod Muthalik with this anti-national Jesuit missionary. Muthalik's methods may lack sophistication and may appear crude on television - manipulated by the #Presstitutes.

However, Muthalik's boys have their hearts in the right place. *Somebody*
has to counter the pernicious Lust Jihad
that aims to use Hindu women as baby producing factories for the Jihadists.

Governments and political parties may be constrained by legalities. The police may require a cognizable offence etc.
Parents may be brainwashed "secular" morons.

Therefore, socio-cultural organizations
need to bear this responsibility - to educate our youth and deter demographic aggression against the nation, among others.

Muthalik's boys have attempted to do this in a small way. Their demonization needs to stop.

Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar Wednesday accused Gujarat-based Catholic priest and human rights activist Father Cedric Prakash of trying to spread religious and social discontent based on "falsehoods" in Goa before the general election.

Equating the priest with controversial Sri Rama Sene chief Pramod Muthalik, Parrikar, justifying police action against Facebooker Devu Chodankar following his anti-Narendra Modi posts, said action should have been taken against Prakash too.

"Father Cedric Prakash has said much more serious things which were not true," Parrikar said, while addressing a press conference here

Ahmedabad-based Prakash, a Jesuit priest, made a whirlwind tour of Goa with the support of the Roman Catholic Church in Goa, during which he accused Modi of religious intolerance and attacked the Gujarat model of governance.

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