India is losing Manipur due to Christian terrorism

Ravilochanan G
Ravilochanan G / 4 yrs ago /
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A couple of years ago, media was shouting about 'Hindu Terror'. Somehow, they do not speak about ‘Christian terror’ which has been present in India’s North-eastern states for a long period. Tribals who converted to Christianity are equipped with weapons and made to fight a ‘war of independence’ against India. Manipur is a unique state where about 60% of the people (mostly in Inner Manipur district – around Imphal) are ethnic Manipuris who are Meitei Vaishnavas. The Nagas (who form the rest of the population) live in Outer Manipur district and they have been converted to Christianity en-masse. Meitei Vaishnavas are proving to be a tough nut to crack for the Christian missionaries and have been targeted by Christian terrorists through the decades.

For the past five weeks, Manipur has been held at ransom by Christian Naga terrorists under Muivah. A blockade has been imposed on the highways. Supplies of life-saving drugs, fuel etc. have been affected. Food prices have rocketed sky-high.

Interestingly, Naga terrorists have direct links with the Baptist Church. That the Church has direct influence on these terrorists is proved by the fact that Manipur Government has sent a delegation of Church leaders to Nagaland in order to convince the terrorists to life the economic blockade. See below:

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/Manipur-seeks-Church-help-to-remove-blockade/620133

 

How many people know about this blockade? How many TV channels have covered this incident and how many have stated the truth that this is a case of ‘Christian Terrorism’ or to be more specific ‘Baptist Terrorism’? These terrorists are trying to partition the country on religious line once again.

 

History has shown that every part of the country which became non-Hindu majority was lost to India forever – e.g. Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Now, it seems to be the turn of NE states and Kashmir. Also, the continuing illegal immigration of Bangladeshi Muslims into border districts is turning into a security nightmare. We may lose those districts as well. The current situation is pretty dangerous. But the masses remain oblivious to the situation as our ‘media’ are turning a blind eye to the suffering of these Vaishnava Hindus at the hands of Christian terrorists.


Manoj / / 1 year ago
Manoj

it's because of this, manipur's been declared as the most H.I.V.infected state in India , just to alienate the Mnipuris from the rest of the country.This is a christian propaganda, which'll ultimately effect the entire Hindu community of India .


swarajya / / 2 yrs ago
swarajya

Ravilochan G ,
A very spirited blog.
The government must wake up and do something to protect Hindus.
It is a pity that we are ruled by weak leaders following the dictates of an Italian lady.
swarajya


Keshava Arya / / 2 yrs ago
Keshava Arya

Hi Ravilochanan,
Namaste.
You write nice articles refuting communists.
Will you write for my website blog.
Pls send me your email id or facebook id so that we can have a discussion.


Wizardprince / / 4 yrs ago
Wizardprince

Hi,

It's just a matter of 4-10 years. Our beloved nation is going to be history within this time period. We all can write blogs about the situation in the meanwhile, pray to God or just wait.

We are doomed and we all can see it. However, nobody will do anything towards it. North east is gone. We claim to be a strong nation etc, but, we can't even defend our nation from a handful of armed militants. Make no mistake, we are the weakest nation in the world.

WP



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