Thursday, April 27, 2017

Israel appoints First Women Judge to Sharia Court


America Execute two in a single day


CHRISTIAN OFFENSIVE Against Hinduism to stop people from God to "Hell- the Church"

WILL HINDUISM SURVIVE THE PRESENT CHRISTIAN OFFENSIVE?

By Francois Gautier
When Prime Minister Vajpayee was in the US in September (2000) , the National Association of Asian Christians in the US (whom nobody had heard about before), paid $ 50,000 to the New York Times to publish "an Open Letter to the Honorable Atal Bihari Vajpayee, prime minister of India."

While "warmly welcoming the PM," The NAAC expressed deep concern about the "persecution" of Christians in India by "extremist" (meaning Hindu) groups mentioning as examples "the priest, missionaries and church workers who have been murdered," the nuns "raped," and the potential enacting of conversion laws, which would make "genuine" conversions illegal. The letter concluded by saying "that Christians in India today live in fear."

The whole affair was an embarrassment (as it was intended to be) to Mr. Vajpayee and the Indian delegation, which had come to prod American businessmen to invest in India, a peaceful, pro-Western and democratic country. 

I am born a Christian and I have had a strong Catholic education. I do believe that Christ was an incarnation of Pure Love and that His Presence still radiates in the world. I also believe there are human beings who sincerely try to incarnate the ideals of Jesus and that you can find today in India a few missionaries (such as Father Ceyrac, a French Jesuit, who works mostly with lepers in Tamil Nadu) who are incarnations of that Love, tending tirelessly to people, without trying to convert them.

But I have also lived for more than 30 years in India, I am married to an Indian, I have travelled the length and breadth of this country and I have evolved a love and an understanding of India, which few other foreign correspondents have because they are never posted long enough to start getting a real feeling of this vast and often baffling country (nobody can claim to fully understand India). And this is what I have to say about the "persecution" of Christians in India.

Firstly, it is necessary to bring about a little bit of a historical flashback, which very few foreign correspondents (and unfortunately also Indian journalists) care to do, which would make for a more balanced view of the problem.

If ever there was persecution, it was of the Hindus at the hands of Christians, who were actually welcomed in this country, as they have been welcomed in no other place on this planet. Indeed, the first Christian community of the world, that of the Syrian Christians, was established in Kerala in the first century. They were able to live in peace and practice their religion freely, even imbibing some of the local Hindu customs, thereby breaking the Syrian Church in two.

When Vasco de Gama landed in Kerala in 1498, he was generously received by the Zamorin, the Hindu king of Calicut, who granted him the right to establish warehouses for commerce. But once again, Hindu tolerance was exploited and the Portuguese wanted more and more. In 1510, Alfonso de Albuquerque seized Goa, where he started a reign of terror, burning "heretics," crucifying Brahmins, using false theories to forcibly convert the lower castes, razing temples to build churches upon them and encouraging his soldiers to take Indian mistresses.

Indeed, the Portuguese perpetrated here some of the worst atrocities ever committed in Asia by Christianity upon another religion. Ultimately, the Portuguese had to be kicked out of India, when all other colonisers had already left.

British missionaries in India were always supporters of colonialism. They encouraged it and their whole structure was based on "the good Western civilized world being brought to the Pagans." Because, in the words of Claudius Buchanan, a chaplain attached to the East India Company, "Neither truth, nor honesty, honour, gratitude, nor charity, is to be found in the breast of a Hindoo!" What a comment about a nation that gave the world the Vedas at a time when Europeans were still grappling in their caves!

And it is in this way that the British allowed entire chunks of territories in the East, where lived tribals, whose poverty and simplicity made them easy prey to be converted to Christianity. By doing so, the Christian missionaries cut a people from their roots and tradition, made them look westwards towards a culture and a way of life which was not theirs.

And the result is there today for everyone to see: it is in these eastern states, some of which are 90 per cent Christian, that one finds the biggest drug problems (and crime) in India. It should also be said that many of the eastern separatist movements have been covertly encouraged by Christian missionaries on the ground that "tribals were there before the 'Aryan Hindus' invaded India and imposed Hinduism upon them."

The trouble is that the latest archaeological and linguistic discoveries point to the fact that there NEVER was an Aryan invasion of India --it just was an invention of the British and the missionaries to serve their purpose. Aryanism is a synonym of Vedic culture.
Secondly, Christianity has always striven on the myth of persecution, which in turn bred "martyrs" and saints, indispensable to the propagation of Christianity. But it is little known, for instance, that the first "saints" of Christianity, "martyred" in Rome, a highly refined civilization which had evolved a remarkable system of gods and goddesses, derived from Hindu mythology via the Greeks, were actually killed (a normal practice in those days) while bullying peaceful Romans to embrace the "true" religion, in the same way that later Christian missionaries will browbeat "heathen" Hindus, adoring many gods into believing that Jesus was the only "true" god.

Now to come to the recent cases of persecution of Christians in India at the hands of Hindu groups. I have personally investigated quite a few, amongst them the rape of the four nuns in Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh, nearly two years ago. This rape is still quoted as an example of the "atrocities" committed by Hindus on Christians.

Yet, when I interviewed the four innocent nuns, they themselves admitted, along with George Anatil, the bishop of Indore, that it had nothing to do with religion: It was the doing of a gang of Bhil tribals, known to perpetrate this kind of hateful acts on their own women. Today, the Indian press, the Christian hierarchy and the politicians, continue to include the Jhabua rape in the list of atrocities against Christians. 

Or take the burning of churches in Andhra Pradesh a few months ago, which was supposed to have been committed by the "fanatic" RSS. It was proved later that it was actually the handiwork of Indian Muslims, at the behest of the ISI to foment hatred between Christians and Hindus. Yet the Indian press, which went berserk at the time of the burnings, mostly kept quiet when the true nature of the perpetrators was revealed. 

Finally, even if Dara Singh does belong to the Bajrang Dal, it is doubtful if the hundred other accused do. What is more probable, is that like in many other "backward" places, it is a case of converted tribals versus non-converted tribals, of pent-up jealousies, of old village-feuds and land disputes. It is also an outcome of what -- it should be said -- are the aggressive methods of the Pentecost and Seventh Day Adventist missionaries, known for their muscular ways of conversion.

Thirdly, conversions in India by Christian missionaries of low caste Hindus and tribals are sometimes nothing short of fraudulent and shameful acts. American missionaries are investing huge amounts of money in India, which come from donation-drives in the United States where gullible Americans think the dollars they are giving go towards uplifting "poor and uneducated" Indians. 

It is common in Kerala, for instance, particularly in the poor coastal districts, to have "miracle boxes" put in local churches. The gullible villager writes out a paper mentioning his wish such as a fishing boat, a loan for a pucca house, fees for the son's schooling. And lo, a few weeks later the miracle happens! And of course the whole family converts, making others in the village follow suit.

American missionaries (and their government) would like us to believe that democracy includes the freedom to convert by any means. But France for example, a traditionally Christian country, has a minister who is in charge of hunting down "sects." And by sects, it is meant anything that does not fall within the recognized family of Christianity -- even the Church of Scientology, favoured by some Hollywood stars such as Tom Cruise or John Travolta, is ruthlessly hounded. And look at what the Americans did to the Osho movement in Arizona, or how innocent children and women were burnt down by the FBI (with the assistance of the US army) at Waco, Texas, because they belonged to a dangerous sect.
Did you know that Christianity is dying in the West? Not only is church attendance falling dramatically because spirituality has deserted it, but less and less youth accept the vocation to become priests or nuns. And as a result, say in the rural parts of France, you will find only one priest for six or seven villages, whereas till the late seventies, the smallest hamlet had its own parish priest.

And where is Christianity finding new priests today? In the Third World, of course! And India, because of the innate impulsion of its people towards god, is a very fertile recruiting ground for the Church, particularly in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Hence the huge attention that India is getting from the United States, Australia, or England and the massive conversion drive going on today.

It is sad that Indians, once converted, specially the priests and nuns, tend to turn against their own country and help in the conversion drive. There are very few "White" missionaries left in India and most of the conversions are done today by Indian priests.

Last month, during the bishop's conference in Bangalore, it was restated by bishops and priests from all over India that conversion is the FIRST priority of the Church here. But are the priests and bishops aware that they would never find in any Western country the same freedom to convert that they take for granted in India? Do they know that in China they would be expelled, if not put into jail? Do they realize that they have been honoured guests in this country for nearly two thousand years and that they are betraying those that gave them peace and freedom? 

Hinduism, the religion of tolerance, and spirituality of this new millennium, has survived the unspeakable barbarism of wave after wave of Muslim invasions, the insidious onslaught of Western colonialism which has killed the spirit of so many Third World countries, and the soul-stifling assault of Nehruvianism. But will it survive the present Christian offensive?
Many Hindu religious leaders feel Christianity is a real threat today, as in numerous ways it is similar to Hinduism, from which Christ borrowed so many concepts. (See Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's book: "Hinduism and Christianity")

It is thus necessary that Indians themselves become more aware of the danger their culture and unique civilization is facing at the hands of missionaries sponsored by foreign money. It is also necessary that they stop listening to the Marxist-influenced English newspapers' defense of the right of Christian missionaries to convert innocent Hindus.

Conversion belongs to the times of colonialism. We have entered the era of Unity, of coming together, of tolerance and accepting each other as we are, not of converting in the name of one elusive "true" god.

When Christianity accepts the right of other people to follow their own beliefs and creeds, then only will Jesus Christ's spirit truly radiate in the world.

[The author, who writes "The Ferengi's Column" in The Indian Express, is the correspondent in South Asia for Le Figaro, France's largest circulating daily. He has just published "Arise O India" (Har-Anand).]
[This article and more information at  www.stephen-knapp.com]

Christian Pilot BERND HOESSLIN, a Racist of Jet Airways calls " u bloody Indian -get out of Plane"


Harbhajan Singh slams Jet Airways pilot for racist remarks, physical assault

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published
Apr 26, 2017, 2:35 pm ISTBernd Hoesslin a pilot with Jet Airways called my fellow Indian (u bloody Indian get out of my flight), tweeted Harbhajan Singh.
Harbhajan Singh took to Twitter to say that the Jet Airways pilot named Bernd Hoesslin “physically assaulted a lady and abused a physically challenged man”. (Photo: AP)
 Harbhajan Singh took to Twitter to say that the Jet Airways pilot named Bernd Hoesslin “physically assaulted a lady and abused a physically challenged man”. (Photo: AP)
Mumbai: Harbhajan Singh on Wednesday lost his cool and lashed out at Jet Airways pilot for racial discrimination against a fellow Indian passenger on the flight
The off-spinner, who is currently playing for the Indian Premier League side Mumbai Indians, took to Twitter to say that the pilot named Bernd Hoesslin “physically assaulted a lady and abused a physically challenged man”.
In a series of tweets, the senior Indian bowler termed the entire incident “disgraceful” and demanded a strict action against the person concerned.
Harbhajan Singh, Jet Airways, Mumbai Indians, Team India, Bernd Hoesslin
Harbhajan Singh, Jet Airways, Mumbai Indians, Team India, Bernd Hoesslin
Harbhajan Singh, Jet Airways, Mumbai Indians, Team India, Bernd Hoesslin
Jet Airways issued a media release, saying: “Jet Airways has zero tolerance towards any action of its employees that contravenes local or international laws prevalent in the countries of its operations. Additionally, we have a strict employee code of conduct, which is based on the values and ethos of the airline."
"This is clearly mentioned in the prescribed service conditions for employees and is adequately emphasized during internal training sessions. All airline employees/staff members are required to comply with company’s rules and regulations and with the customs and security laws of the countries that Jet Airways’ flies to. Corrective action will be taken as per company policy, and after due investigation," added the airline.
"As regards the said incident, Jet Airways has noted guest feedback with concern and regrets the incident. The airline has as per policy initiated a full-fledged investigations, based on specific inputs from guests, concerned departments and agencies. The above is without prejudice to all our rights in this regard,” concluded Jet Airways.

Racial America- pracitise of abuse against Muslims gave gone up 1000% under Trump

Supreme Court orders Indian Government to regulate NGOs

 

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Old Testament Abraham Fails as poor imaginary Tales against Archaeology

Abraham is a very important Character in Bible tales.  

Galatians 3:16 God gave the promises to Abraham and his child. And notice that the Scripture doesn't say "to his children," as if it meant many descendants. 

Romans 4:1 So what can we say about Abraham, the father of our people? What did he learn about faith? If Abraham was made right by the things he did, he had a reason to boast about himself. But God knew different.That’s why the Scriptures say, “Abraham believed God, and because of this he was accepted as one who is right with God.”   

Abraham is an outsider who migrated from present Iraq.

 Genesis 15:7He said to Abram, “I am the Lord who led you from Ur of Chaldea.  I did this so that I could give you this land. You will own this land.”

CHALDEA is in Iraq, but the 

name came only in 9th Century BCE, more than 1300 years 

later than Abraham and 600

 years later than Moses as

 shown by Archaeologist

 Albright.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaldea    &  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ur_of_the_Chaldees

How much facts in these Tales- Let us Analyse 

Abraham - Sarah tales

 Image result for Abraham with camel

Lord asks Abraham to come to Canaan, but Famines flees Egypt 

 Genesis 12:10 10 During this time there was not enough food in the land, so Abram went down to Egypt to live. 11 Just before they arrived in Egypt, Abram told Sarai, “Look, I know that you are a very beautiful woman. 12 When the Egyptian men see you, they will say, ‘This woman is his wife.’ Then they will kill me and keep you alive because they want you. 13 So tell them that you are my sister. Then they will be good to me because of you. In this way you will save my life.”
17 Pharaoh took Abram’s wife, so the Lord caused Pharaoh and all the people in his house to have very bad diseases. 18 Pharaoh called Abram and said to him, “You have done a very bad thing to me! Why didn’t you tell me Sarai was your wife? 19 You said, ‘She is my sister.’ Why did you say that? I took her so that she could be my wife, but now I give your wife back to you. Take her and go!” 

Same Tale repeated when Sarah was 90 yearsகர்த்தர் 




 Genesis 20:1 Abraham left that place and traveled to the Negev. He settled in the city of Gerar, between Kadesh and Shur. While in Gerar, 2 Abraham told people that Sarah was his sister. King Abimelech of Gerar heard this. Abimelech wanted Sarah, so he sent some servants to take her. 

Gerar King Abimelch again does the same thing with ISSAC & WIFE. 

 Genesis 26:1Now there was a famine.Isaac went to the town of Gerar, to King Abimelech of the Philistines.

So Isaac settled in Gerar. His wife Rebekah was very beautiful. The men of that place asked Isaac about Rebekah. He said, “She is my sister.” He was afraid to tell them Rebekah was his wife. He was afraid the men would kill him so that they could have her. 8... Abimelech looked out of his window and saw Isaac and his wife enjoying one another. Abimelech called for Isaac and said, “This woman is your wife. Why did you tell us that she was your sister?”  Isaac said to him, “I was afraid that you would kill me so that you could have her.”

Archaeology  was unoccupied 


till 8th Century BCE, & became 


Town and had Kings much later.



Pages from "The Bible Unearthed" Director Archaeology- Tel Aviv University, incharge of entire Archaeology in Biblical Tale lands



Let us analyse Abraham tales 

little more.

Genesis 24:28 Then Rebekah ran and told her family about all these things. 29-30 She had a brother named Laban. She told him what the man had said to her. Laban was listening to her. And when he saw the ring and the bracelets on his sister’s arms, he ran out to the well. There the man was, standing by the camels at the well.31 Laban said, “Sir, you are welcome to come in You don’t have to stand outside here. I have prepared a room for you to sleep in and a place for your camels.” 32 So Abraham’s servant went into the house. Laban unloaded his camels and gave them straw and feed. Then he gave Abraham’s servant water so that he and the men with him could wash their feet.

Domestication of Camel took place much later than Abraham days; but when it Camel became so common - so that People can


 breen in Homes? 

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/02/140210-domesticated-camels-israel-bible-archaeology-science

Camel bones start appear in 9th century, but when it became so common to breed in HOMES, it is only 200 years before JESUS. 

The mention of the dromedary in Exodus 9:3 also suggests a later date of composition – the widespread domestication of the camel as a herd animal is thought not to have taken place before the late 2nd millennium, after the Israelites had already emerged in Canaan,[31] and they did not become widespread in Egypt until c. 200–100 BCE.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Exodus   /

The TALES SAY Abraham was given land from Nile to Euphrates - not a Single day in 4000 years HEBREWS Controlled that much land 

“According to archeologist William Dever, by the last quarter of the 20th century, ‘respectable archaeologists [had] given up hope of recovering any context that would make Abraham, Isaac or Jacob credible “historical figures”‘.


All are tales without any basis of0.001% truth even

Monday, April 24, 2017

Illegal 300 Orphanages mostly Christian frauds to be closed in Taminadu onCourt Orders


American Christian way -University to install After Sex Morning Pill vending Machine


Christian Residential School stops a Meritorious Student for Being Black and Lower Caste.


St.Joseph's Residential & Day School
Run By DMI Sisters




St.Joseph’s Residential School- Sriperumpudur STOPS STUDENT FROM Appearing exams as he was from lower caste and black. Mother fight in court and wrote exams.

Arun Kumar is an academically brilliant 11th standard student of St. Joseph Residential School Sriperumbudur (founded by Rev. Fr. Dr. J.E.Arul Raj, and is run by the Society of DMI - Daughters of Mary Immaculate) in Kancheepuram district. He is also won several medals in sports (football, athletics, track and field) and prizes in extra-curricular activities like quiz and singing competitions. There are many such talented and achieving students these days, so what’s the big deal, one may ask? 

What makes Arun Kumar’s achievements exceptional is the fact that he belongs to the Kattunayakar tribe (which is a scheduled tribe in Tamil Nadu). His parents, Kala and Kandiban have not had any schooling. Their family occupation is pig rearing.  Inspite of severe financial hardship, social backwardness and cultural marginalization faced by them, Arun’s parents have managed to send all their three children to school. After his father died two years back, his mother has been raising the children on her own. 

Arun hails from a village near Mahabalipuram and had studied in the local government school till 5th standard. Recognising his potential, the then principal of this government school made him appear for a government scholarship examination at the Kancheepuram Collectorate office, which would enable him to get admitted to a prestigious school on government sponsorship. He scored 598 out of 600 in the said examination and was admitted to St. Joseph’s Residential School Sriperumbudur. The government has been sponsoring his education from 6th standard onwards till now. 

Arun got A1 grade in 10th Board exams scoring 486 out of 500 (CBSE Board) and continued his studies there. In 11th standard, apart from old students, many new students also joined from different cities in India and abroad. Some boys came from Dubai and Saudi Arabia. They were rich, fair and looked down upon the local boys. Arun says these new boys would taunt him about his black colour and also made derogatory remarks about his caste. He and his friends objected to this. There appears to have been some tensions in the hostel between the old and new students. 

In June 2015, Arun’s mother was called to school and informed that Arun was suspended from school for a week as he had seen 12th standard boys breaking a bench but had not reported them to the administration. He was made to write an apology letter saying he was involved in bench breaking and his mother had to pay a fine of Rs. 10,000/-. He was taken back in school only after a week. 

After a few months, on Sept. 14th, 2015 he was again suspended, this time for fighting with a Dubai boy. Arun says that even though that boy along with his friends ragged him mercilessly about his caste and colour, he kept quiet. But when the Dubai boy called his (Arun’s) mother names, Arun got angry and slapped him.  He was not allowed to appear for the first term exam which began the next day. Instead he was kept locked up in a room for the whole day. His mother was summoned and he was sent home again for a week. But within two days, the school authorities rang up his mother and informed her that Arun had been dismissed from school.

Arun, his mother and other relatives visited the school and pleaded with them to forgive his alleged offence and let him study for the remaining term of this year. They made seven visits to the school to meet various school officials. But St. Joseph’s Residential School did not relent and kept insisting that they had dismissed him and asked the mother to take his TC (Transfer Certificate).  It is pertinent to note that no such dismissal has been communicated in writing so far. 

However, the Principal St. Joseph’s Residential School wrote a letter dt. 28.09.2015 to the District Adi Dravidar and Tribal Welfare Officer Kancheepuram District stating therein,“….therefore we wish to state that the management is not interested in keeping such children in the school. It is recommended by the Chairman that he should be dismissed from the school. We kindly request your good self to make a note of this and His fees dues need not be paid and can be cancelled from your side”

Left with no other option, Arun’s family sought legal recourse in the matter. Kala (Arun’s mother) filed a Writ Petition in the Madras High Court (WP No. 37481 of 2015 dt. 26.10.2015), praying that this recommendation for dismissal should not be accepted by the District Collector Kancheepuram and  The Adi Dravidar & Tribal Welfare Officer Kancheepuram District and that he should be allowed to continue Class XI and XII in the same school. A Miscellaneous Petition for allowing him to appear in practical and main (final) examination was also filed. The Madras High Court passed an order on 29.01.2016 directing St. Joseph’s Residential School to permit Arun Kumar to appear for practical and main examination. Further the District Collector and The Adi Dravidar & Tribal Welfare Officer have been directed to ensure continuation of his scholarship until further orders. This order seems to be in the nature of an interim order, with the matter being posted for final instructions after two weeks. 

Arun Kumar’s family members again went to school with this order requesting them to allow Arun to appear for examinations. The school management turned him away once again using frivolous pretexts. The relatives organized a hunger strike in front of the school seeking justice. However, the school management used the local police to intimidate the protestors and chase them away. The school management is still refusing to honour the High Court order. The final examination for Class XI is fast approaching. This school has tentatively fixed it from 19.02.2016 onwards. This adamant attitude of the St. Joseph Residential School may cost Arun Kumar not just a year of his academic life but his entire future. Will we lose another brilliant all-rounder student, coming from a marginalized tribal community, due to such stubborn, egoistic, lethargic approach of our education institutions? 


 Christian & Muslim Schools have gone for court - to stop Admitting Poor students under Right to Education.

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 திரு பெரும்பந்தூரில் உள்ள St.Joseph’s Residential School-ல் சாதிய வெறியாட்டம். 11-ஆம் வகுப்பு மாணவனை தேர்வு எழுத விடாமல், பள்ளி நிர்வாகம் வெளியேற்றிய கொடுமை...
http://www.thaaitamil.com/2016/04/stjosephs-residential-school-11.html
#பழங்குடியினத்தை சேர்ந்த மாணவன் #அருண்குமார் படிப்பில் கெட்டிகாரன்.  5-ஆம் வகுப்பு வரை மாமல்லபுரம் அரசுப்பள்ளியில் படித்தான். அப்பா இல்லாத அருணை அவன் தாய் பன்றிகள் மேய்த்து படிக்க வைத்தார்.

அவனது தொடக்கப்பள்ளி தலைமை ஆசிரியரின் வழிகாட்டுதலின் பேரில் மத்திய அரசு நடத்திய தேர்வொன்றில் கலந்துகொண்டான். அத்தேர்வில் 6௦௦ மதிப்பெண்களுக்கு 598 மதிப்பெண் பெற்றான்.அதன் விளைவாக அரசின் கல்வி உதவித்தொகையோடு, திரு பெரும்பந்தூரில் உள்ள St.Joseph’s Residential School-ல் படிக்கும் வாய்ப்பை பெற்றுள்ளான். 6-ஆம் வகுப்பு முதல் தொடர்ந்து படித்துவரும் மாணவன் அருண்குமா ர் 1௦- ஆம் வகுப்பில் 5௦௦ மதிப்பெண்களுக்கு 486 மதிப்பெண்கள் பெற்று பள்ளிக்கே பெருமை சேர்த்தான்.

1௦-ஆம் வகுப்பு முடிந்து 11-ஆம் வகுப்பு செல்லும்போதுதான் பிரச்சனை தொடங்கியது. அதாவது 11-ஆம் வகுப்பில் சவூதி அரேபியா, குவைத், மஸ்கட் போன்ற வெளிநாடுகளில் இருந்து மாணவர்கள் புதிதாக வந்துசேர்ந்து உள்ளனர், அந்த வெளிநாட்டு மாணவர்களுக்கு பழங்குடியினத்தை சேர்ந்த அருணை பிடிக்கவில்லை. காரணம் அருண்குமார் கீழ் சாதிக்காரன், #கருப்புநிறத்தவன். நாகரீகம் தெரியாதவன். அருண்குமார் போன்ற கீழ்சாதிக்கார மாணவர்களினால் பள்ளியின் ஸ்டான்டட் கெட்டுப்போகிறது என்று நிர்வாகம் நினைக்கிறது.
ஆகவே, பள்ளியில் முதலிடம் பெற்ற மாணவனை, கால்பந்தாட்டத்தில் தேசிய அளவில் தேர்ந்தேடுக்கபட்டவனை ஏதாவது அற்ப காரணங்கள் சொல்லி விரட்டுவது என்று திட்டமிட்டுள்ளனர்.

“பன்றி மேய்கிற பயலுக்கு இங்க எதுக்குடா படிப்பு” “ஓசில படிக்கிற நாய் ஓரமா போடா” என்றும் திட்டியுள்ளனர்.  “ஏன் இப்டி பேசுறிங்க நான் நன்றாகத்தானே படிக்கிறேன்” என்று கேட்டதற்கு எதிர்த்து பேசுகிறான். வெளிநாட்டு மாணவர்களிடையே ஆதிக்கம் செலுத்துகிறான் என்று சொல்லி பள்ளியில் இருந்து ஒருவாரம் இடைநீக்கம் செய்துவிடுகின்றனர்.

ஒருவாரம் கழிந்தபின் ரூபாய் பத்தாயிரம் அபராதம் கட்டினால் தான் பள்ளியில் சேர்த்துக்கொள்ள முடியும் என்று நிர்வாகம் உறுதியாக கூறவே வேறுவழி இன்றி கணவனை இழந்து தன்னந்தனியே பன்றி மேய்த்து கஷ்ட்டபடிகிற தாய், வட்டிக்கு கடன் வாங்கி பத்தாயிரம் ரூபாய் செலுத்தியுள்ளார். அப்படி வசூலிக்கப்பட்ட அபராத தொகைக்கு முறைப்படி ரசீதும் கொடுக்கப்படவில்லை. 

பணம் பெற்று ஒரு பார்மாலிட்டிக்கு ஒருவாரம் பள்ளியில் சேர்த்துகொள்ளப்பட்ட மாணவன் அருணை எந்த காரணமும் இல்லாமல் அடுத்தவாரம் இடைநீக்கம் செய்தனர்.

“ஏன்? எதற்கு என்று காரணம் புரியாத அருண்குமாரின் தாய் நிர்வாகத்திடம் எவ்வளவு மன்றாடிகேட்டும் பள்ளி நிர்வாகம் செவிசாய்க்கவில்லை. மாறாக பள்ளி நிர்வாகம் மாணவன் அருண்குமாருக்கு கிடைத்துகொண்டிருந்த கல்வி உதவித்தொகையை நிறுத்திவிடும்படி அரசுக்கு கடிதம் எழுதிவிட்டனர். நன்றாக படிக்கும் தனது மகனின் எதிர்காலம் பாழாகிவிடுமோ என பயந்த அருண்குமாரின் தாய் வேறுவழி இன்றி நீதிமன்றம் சென்றார். 

பள்ளி நிர்வாகம் அருண்குமாரை தேர்வு எழுத அனுமதிக்கவேண்டும் என்றும், அவனுக்கு அரசு தொடர்ந்து கல்வி உதவித்தொகையை வழங்க வேண்டும் என்றும்  சென்னை உயர் நீதிமன்றம் ஆணை பிறப்பித்தது, ஆனாலும் பள்ளி நிர்வாகம் நாங்கள் மேல் முறையீடு செய்ய இருக்கிறோம், ஆகவே அருண்குமாரை தேர்வெழுத அனுமதிக்க முடியாது என்றும் சொல்லிவிட்டது. இது நீதிமன்ற அவமதிப்பாகிவிடும் என்ற பயத்தாலும், அருண்குமாரின் தாய் தொடர்ந்து போராடியதாலும் அருண்குமாரை அதே பள்ளி நிர்வாகத்தின் கீழ் இயங்கும் வேறு ஒரு பள்ளியில் தேர்வெழுத வைத்தனர்.

இதன்மூலம் St.Joseph’s Residential School நிர்வாகம் திட்டமிட்டபடி ஒரு கீழ்சாதிக்காரன், பார்க்க கருப்பாக இருக்கிறவன், நாகரீகம் குறைவாக இருப்பவன் என்று கருதி பள்ளியைவிட்டு வெளியேற்றுவதில் வெற்றிபெற்றிருகிறது. இந்திய திருநாட்டில் குறிப்பாக தமிழர்கள் வாழ்கின்ற தமிழ்நாட்டில் ஒரு தமிழ் பிள்ளை மேற்கூறிய காரணங்களினால் படிக்க முடியாது, வெளிநாட்டில் இருந்து வருகிறவர்கள் தான் படிக்க முடியும் என்றால் இது இந்திய அரசியல் அமைப்பு சட்டத்திற்கு எதிரானது. படிக்கிற மாணவனை சாதியைச் சொல்லித்திட்டுவதும், அவன் கருப்பாக இருந்தால் கீழ்த்தரமாக நடத்துவதும் கேவலமான வன்கொடுமையாகும்.

இதுமாதிரியான சாதிய வன்கொடுமை செய்கிற St.Joseph’s Residential School நிர்வாகத்தினரை இந்த மண்ணில் அனுமதிக்க முடியாது. படிக்கும் மாணவர்களின் மீது சாதி துவேசம் கொண்டு இயங்கும் திரு பெரும்பந்தூர் St.Joseph’s Residential School மீது மத்திய, மாநில அரசுகள் உரிய நடவடிக்கை எடுக்க வேண்டும்.
பன்றி மேய்த்து வயிறு வளர்க்கும் ஒரு ஏழை பழங்குடியின தாயிடம் மிரட்டி பறித்த ரூபாய் பத்தாயிரம் பணத்தை வட்டியோடு திருப்பி தர வேண்டும் என மத்திய, மாநில அரசுகளை கேட்டுகொள்கிறோம்.

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