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Re: Kerala, Andhra and Tamil Nadu - news and strategy thread

Postby chetak » 29 Jul 2020 20:40

Unfortunate.

some tough days ahead for the aam aadmi in KER



Kerala: India Meteorological Department (IMD) issues Extremely Heavy (EH) rainfall alert for Idukki district for today.

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Postby chetak » 30 Jul 2020 13:25

why are the commies so hell bent on precipitating one crisis after another in the Hindu religious mindspace

don't the aam aadmi KER Hindu voters see through such ham handed and vicious attempts to undermine their faith or have they also disingenuously become as callous as the commies whose diktats they are willing to unquestioningly follow

or is it an attempt to get these unemployed mullahs a permanent lifetime job from which they cannot be fired and the jizya gravy train continues on its merry minority way


VHP condemns TDB’s decision to appoint Arabic teachers


Sabyasachi Roy Choudhury
July 30, 2020

‘Arabic is not an Indian language and is not even in the Schedule of Indian languages in the Constitution.’

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has expressed shock towards the decision of the Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB) in Kerala to appoint Arabic language teachers in schools. Condemning this, Alok Kumar, advocate, central working chairman of VHP, said that Arabic is not an Indian language and is not even in the schedule of Indian languages in the Constitution of India.

Arabic is widely studied for reading, understanding and memorising the holy Quran and hence, teaching it in schools run by Hindu devotees with funds dedicated to temples is an unreasonable expense.

TDB, which was constituted under the TravancoreCochin Hindu Religious Institutions Act, has three members. Two of whom are elected by the Hindu members of Kerala Council of Ministers and the third is elected by the Hindu members of the Kerala Legislative Assembly.

Therefore, it is clear that all three members are nominated from the ruling party of the state.

The VHP central working chairman also said that such a step was another attack on Hindus by members nominated by the Left Front government. He added that the money devoted by the Hindus to their deities being used in teaching the Arabic language is not acceptable. Reproving the decision, he called on the board to withdraw this action and has asked the people of Kerala to resolutely oppose it.

Alok Kumar also mentioned that the Sanskrit language is an invaluable treasure of Indian spiritual heritage in the tradition of millennia and its teaching should be made compulsory in the schools run by TDB.

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Postby chetak » 30 Jul 2020 15:14

The poisonous anti Hindu diatribe that has found center stage in the tamil media with the active support of dravidian parties is a matter of concern.

the evil push for the ousting of cashmiri pandits came about in the same way and we are seeing a replay of sorts starting in TN

why did we allow a chinese consulate to take root here.

The ISI is already active in TN via its paki embassy in SL

The porosity of the Indian coastline and the frequent presence if TN "fishermen" in SL waters smuggling drugs into SL is ensured by the religious organisations that are extremely active in the region. the mullah and the padre seem to be in cahoots

To placate rabidly separatist dravidian TN politicos, we have callously slipped into endorsing a separatist movement in SL which is how the majority sinhala there see the Tamil National Alliance (TNA).

Here is SL, openly saying what we have shied away from either admitting or even discussing these many years: that the eelam movement never died. It has metastasized and grown more malignant as cancers do.

The LTTE 2.0 is alive, well and thriving and it's once again, and not so covertly, driving eelam movement as it did before.

This is happening both in TN and in SL but only this time around the focus is on the Indian side and eelam moving to SL from here and not the reverse as was the case the first time around.

we will have to wait and see how the ltte/eelam leadership issue is handled and whether such " mukhota, मुखौटा " leadership will spring from dravidian TN or from tamil SL.

The BIF behind the first eelam power play is the same as in ltte/eelam v2.0. Its only a short distance from here to using the tried and tested east timor strategy to prise away land from India and SL for a new country.

BTW, the BIF powers that choreographed the east timor play are all well represented, whether it was in the ltte/eelam v1.0 or it is in ltte/eelam v2.0



TNA won't be allowed to achieve through vote what LTTE failed to do with gun: Mahinda Rajapaksa



The TNA will not be allowed to achieve through the election what the LTTE and its leader Prabakaran failed to achieve with the gun, he said.

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Postby Rsatchi » 30 Jul 2020 15:57

^^
https://youtu.be/1L0zkR_GQ6s
https://youtu.be/M-4mcXhXT6A
Please see these vidoes
Shortly like Oli, we will have Tamil politicos set-up by Honey-Traps and then we will see chant for separate Tamil Country including present day TN+/- Kerala and Northern SL.

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Postby kvraghav » 30 Jul 2020 17:00

I can speak for karnataka and here, i think the PDS is just an option for extra income. I dont think they are so dependent on PDS anyways for food.I have seen this phenomenon more in TN. The case in point being Siddaramiah lost the election after his mega 1rs rice scheme. When he went canvassing, people asked him to ban liquor instead of 1rs rice. The major issues are Housing, Medical, Education, old age social security and Marriage expenses. If we solve these, i think the villages will be better off. This was all pre Coivd between

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Erdogan Backed Turkish Outfits Funding Anti-India Activities And Radical Islamist Orgs In Kerala, Kashmir


Radical Islamist organisations in Kashmir and Kerala are receiving funding from Turkish outfits which are backed by Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Hindustan Times has reported.

The report claims that officials in New Delhi have noted that Turkey has emerged as the largest hub of anti-India activities after Pakistan has also also been involved in efforts to radicalise Indian Muslims recruit Islamic fundamentalists.

The Turkish government which had funded Kashmiri separatist Syed Ali Shah Geelani for years has ramped up its efforts in recent years which includes funding religious seminaries and flying out new radicals to Turkey to enforce the teachings.

"We are also aware of some people from this group travelling to Qatar to meet some people from Turkey to seek funding for their activities...that amounts as high as Rs 40 lakh are being offered to preach radical Islam in Kerala", an official has been quoted as saying.

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Postby Sachin » 01 Aug 2020 09:07

Kerala Gold Smuggling round up.
The publicity over the NIA investigation seems to be slowly fading out; but I hope that NIA is actively on the case.
Column | At stake is national security as State, Central intel radars miss a mafia gang's work. K.P now claims that the intelligence wing had reported on the activities of the prime accused Swapna Suresh.
NIA to include Calicut airport in gold smuggling investigations. It is more like an open secret in KL that this air port was built exclusively for helping the 'smuggler community' :lol:.
Anti-national materials smuggled via Trivandrum Airport? Agencies keep tab on aides of accused. If materials like pamphlets having anti-India content was smuggled in, it again reiterates the fact that UAE embassy had more sinister plans than just allow smuggling.
NIA to examine {IAS, Secretary level official} Sivasankar’s foreign trips.

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Re: Kerala, Andhra and Tamil Nadu - news and strategy thread

Postby Sachin » 02 Aug 2020 13:58

Kerala Gold smuggling round up.
28 parcels delivered from Consulate to C-apt. C-APT is an organisation which prints high security documents (like public exam question papers etc.). The UAE consulate vehicles came here to deposit certain parcels. These were later taken to the constituency of minister K.T Jaleel in 'armoured' vans. The minister (an ex-SIMI worker) is now using religious card to play the victim. He says it was only copies of Quran and other gifts for the poor given by the UAE Consulate. Looks like at least in KL, consulates and state government worked hand in hand, byepassing all GoI directives.

Vigilance seeks Govt nod for probe against M Sivasankar. This looks like a game to thwart any harsh order from the Kerala High Court. Petitions have been filed for getting a CBI enquiry into the activities of this IAS official; Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister.

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Postby chetak » 02 Aug 2020 20:30

menaka ghandy, the AWBI and peta need to be taught a lesson. this is another version of the same jallikattu tactic all over again, a public attempt to undermine and guilt trip long standing Hindu customs and belief systems with the aim of demonizing and destroying Indian and Hindu festivals and rituals under their conversion mission that incorporates the project thessalonica.

when the Puducherry CM has released the elephant, why is the Puducherry Forest Department hell bent on trying to enforce the Tamil Nadu Captive Elephants (Management and Maintenance) Rules 2011 to seek custody of Lakshmi the Elephant once again and that too against the wishes of the CM.

Lakshmi the elephant was adopted many years ago by the Manakula Vinayagar Temple in Puducherry after she was abandoned by her herd for reasons mostly unknown and not easily understood by humans. elephant herds are sometimes known to ostracize and abandon members of their own herd.

Elephants are very intelligent animals and being abandoned by her kind and her only family at the time would have had a telling effect on Lakshmi. She found a new home where, for over two decades she has had complete acceptance as well as the unbounded love and affection of the people who look after her, care for her and the thousands of devotees who throng to her to seek her blessings. She feels wanted and useful. She is home.

why separate her once again.

peta and also the two lesser ghandy sisters, menaka and ambika, need to be taught a lesson on dharma but in an unforgettable and non dharmic way.

her sister ambika is now remarried shooklaw's first wife


PETA files petition in Madras HC to take away Lakshmi the Elephant from her home at Manakula Vinayagar Temple in Puducherry again



"We are warning PETA India it won't be an online protest this time. We Devotees will go to any extent for our Lakshmi to be in our Temple," Indu Makkal Katachi warned.

2 August, 2020
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On Saturday, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) reportedly filed a petition in the Madras High Court in a bid to take away Lakshmi the Elephant from her home at Manakula Vinayagar Temple in Puducherry. The development comes two weeks after the elephant was returned back to the temple, following the intervention by Chief Minister of Puducherry, V. Narayanasami.

So #AntiHinduPeta which took NO action to stop the cruel halaal slaughter during #Eid has again filed a petition in Madras High Court to take elephant Lakshmi away from the Hindu temple in #Puducherry. This is the true face of @PetaIndia #PetaIndiaExposed pic.twitter.com/vuUIDyX3iN

— Shefali Vaidya. (@ShefVaidya) August 2, 2020


A Twitter user named Murali informed that Puducherry Forest Department is trying to enforce the Tamil Nadu Captive Elephants (Management and Maintenance) Rules 2011 to seek custody of Lakshmi the Elephant. In a video shared on Twitter, he informed that the temple elephant was happy and slept peacefully in the temple, following her return to her home in the temple after 40 days.

@PrakashJavdekar This is where Lakshmi lives. Your forest department controlled by @Manekagandhibjp says the Elephant should be sent to a sanctuary, for her to shame India & beg dollars from westerners! Do you concur? @PMOIndia @VNarayanasami @americai @SanjaySDutt @RahulGandhi pic.twitter.com/Xj8FH0n47a

— Muraliத் தேவரின் குரல்! (@rawincare1) August 2, 2020


Indu Makkal Katachi informed that a case has been filed by PETA to take the Lakshmi the Elephant away from the Hindus. “We are warning PETA India it won’t be an online protest this time. We Devotees will go to any extent for our Lakshmi to be in our Temple,” the organisation said in a tweet.

PETA has filed a case again on Puducherry Lakshmi to take her away 4 FCRA $£

We are warning @PetaIndia it won’t be an online protest this time.

We Devotees will go to any extent for our Lakshmi to be in our Temple

RT if you are a Hindu and agree. #leaveourhindulakshmialone pic.twitter.com/icGi2KNUU3

— Indu Makkal Katchi ( Official ) (@Indumakalktchi) August 1, 2020


PETA patronises on ‘animal cruelty’
On Sunday morning, PETA had tweeted not to torture or chain animals for recreational activities. The ‘animal rights’ organisation uploaded a picture of an elephant, accompanied by an overlay text that read, “Not Ours to Abuse.” In its tweet, PETA wrote, “Elephants are social animals who love to be with their families in the wild. Not on concrete floors, confined and chained to be tortured for rides and circuses.” Despite its overemphasis on animal cruelty, PETA India has spuriously talked about encouraging ‘kindness in animals’ amongst Muslims by sharing guidelines on how to slaughter them ‘kindly’.

Elephants are social animals who love to be with their families in the wild.

Not on concrete floors, confined and chained to be tortured for rides and circuses. pic.twitter.com/wKNJjwuG3h

— PETA India (@PetaIndia) August 2, 2020


PETA conspired to take Lakshmi away but failed
Lakshmi the Elephant was taken away from her home after PETA and the Animal Welfare Board intervened in the matter and accused the Temple of violating the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972. BJP leader Maneka Gandhi, too, was involved in the whole affair and she requested Lieutenant Governor of Puducherry Kiran Bedi and Directorate of Forests and Wildlife to remove the elephant from the temple and shift her to a ‘safer’ location. At the time, Lakshmi the Elephant was forcibly removed from the Temple and shifted to the Krishi Vigyan Kendra at Kurumamber, where her health was reported to have deteriorated.

On July 18, the official Twitter account of Indu Makkal Katchi informed that Lakshmi the Elephant had returned to her home in Manakula Vinayagar Temple. Earlier, Chief Minister of Puducherry, V. Narayanasami, had directed the forest department to return Lakshmi back to her home at the Manakula Vinayagar Temple in the Union Territory. The development was confirmed by the IT cell of the Congress party on social media.

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Postby Sachin » 03 Aug 2020 09:05

Kerala Gold smuggling round up.
NIA arrests 2 more persons in gold smuggling case; uncovers evidence to prove terror links. And as per this report in Malayalam, NIA has found evidence that money gained by selling the smuggled Gold at AP was then funneled to J&K for terror management.
Gold smuggling: {Kerala Professor's} Hand chopping case accused among six arrested by NIA.
Interpol seeks more details regarding gold smuggling case. The report says "India will have to assure that Faisal’s repatriation is only related to the gold smuggling case and he will not be harassed as he belongs to the minority community." :roll:. This could be UAE's way of playing spoil sport as some of their own consulate staff are suspected to be involved in the smuggling racket.

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Postby Sachin » 03 Aug 2020 09:06

chetak wrote:menaka ghandy, the AWBI and peta need to be taught a lesson.

Maneka Ghandi is becoming a liability to the BJP and it is better for the party to expel this mother & son duo as well. They are from the same 'elitist' Nehru-Ghandi clan and I still cannot understand why BJP keeps them in their ranks.

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Postby Rony » 03 Aug 2020 09:14

TDP psycho supporters celebrating Amit Shah getting Corona and hoping Modi also gets it and both of them die. That is the level of these psychos . I pray TDP gets wiped out politically from AP for ever.

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Postby chetak » 03 Aug 2020 11:40

Sachin wrote:
chetak wrote:menaka ghandy, the AWBI and peta need to be taught a lesson.

Maneka Ghandi is becoming a liability to the BJP and it is better for the party to expel this mother & son duo as well. They are from the same 'elitist' Nehru-Ghandi clan and I still cannot understand why BJP keeps them in their ranks.


The son seems to be quite desperate to get back in the good books of the MAD. his saccharin sweet tweets are getting increasingly pathetic and paranoid.

If the only qualification for becoming the UP CM was writing really bad poetry, this guy would have been made the UP CM for life sans the requirement of elections ever.

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Postby vijayk » 03 Aug 2020 19:31


Esther Dhanraj, historian who studied in a seminary in US, became disillusioned with conversion networks and became ex-Christian and has been working to help ex-Christians. She works with Rajiv Malhotra.


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Here is her interview in telugu



Here in a telugu channel, she goes into reasons on how as a historian she stopped being a Christian. She is being abused by missionaries but interesting perspective from her. Please pass it on to telugu friends

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Postby chetak » 05 Aug 2020 18:38

however which way it may be so cleverly couched in legalese, this is the wrong govt and the wrong SC to even put up such a "demand", for this is no less than a sickular and entitled demand



Nun rape case: SC dismisses discharge plea of accused Bishop Franco Mulakkal

05 Aug 2020
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed Bishop Franco Mulakkal to face trial as it dismissed his plea seeking discharge in the rape case lodged against him by a nun, saying that there is no merit in his petition.

A bench of Chief Justice S A Bobde, A S Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian told the counsel for Bishop that the court is not saying anything on merit but is dismissing the plea on the issue of discharge from the case.

Mulakkal, in his plea has challenged the Kerala High Court order of July 7, dismissing his discharge plea in the rape case filed by the nun.

The Kerala High Court on July 7 rejected his petition seeking discharge in the case.

The High Court had asked the deposed Bishop of Jalandhar diocese to stand for trial in the rape case, which was registered on the basis of a complaint filed by a nun of same diocese in Kerala.

The high court had dismissed the plea by the bishop, admitting the prosecution argument that there was prima facie evidence against Mulakkal in the rape case, which was registered on the basis of a complaint filed by a nun of Jalandhar diocese.

In her complaint to the police in June, 2018, the nun had alleged that she was subjected to sexual abuse by the bishop during the period between 2014 and 2016.

The bishop, who was arrested by the Special Investigation team, which probed the case, charged him with wrongful confinement, rape, unnatural sex and criminal intimidation.

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Postby chetak » 05 Aug 2020 19:20

this is a high level of sickularism that is being practised by the gold smuggling commies and naxals. :mrgreen:


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KSEB(Kerala State Electricity Board has reportedly totally switched off power to Cities and districts of Pallakad, Thrissur, Ernakulam etc,. Checked with friends in Pallakad they confirm it is so.

Kannur, Thalassery Vadakara areas also, got feedback now.

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Postby hnair » 05 Aug 2020 20:57

There was uninterrupted power since morning in Trivandrum and south districts which are less seckoolar than parts of central and most of malabar districts

(Grapevine says instructions came from agencies to make sure the faithool districts don’t get too excited when watching the auspicious goings on)

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Postby Krita » 05 Aug 2020 22:13

hnair wrote:There was uninterrupted power since morning in Trivandrum and south districts which are less seckoolar than parts of central and most of malabar districts

(Grapevine says instructions came from agencies to make sure the faithool districts don’t get too excited when watching the auspicious goings on)


Power was out in Allapuzha, Palakkad and Thrissur as well, these districts are not mullah majority.

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Postby Sachin » 06 Aug 2020 19:57

Kerala Gold smuggling round up.
Gold smuggling case: Swapna wields enormous influence in CM’s office, finds NIA.
TVM gold smuggling gang has links with African drug mafia, suspects NIA.
{Singer} Balabhaskar's parents allege mystery surrounding his death; CBI records their statements. The case was that Balabhaskar a violinist and music composer died in a vehicle crash nearly 18 months back. His small aged daughter also died, while his wife and driver survived. There are now some strong pointers coming that he too was inadvertently involved in Gold smuggling (may be not with his complete knowledge) and he may have been 'accidented'.
Properties of Swapna, 8 other accused in gold smuggling case to be confiscated.

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Postby Sachin » 08 Aug 2020 20:43

Kerala Gold smuggling round up.
Rs 1cr in bank locker: Swapna’s claims put Kerala govt, Sivasankar in a fix. The accused states that Rs. 1 crore was received as commission from a private party for securing the contract to build 140 flats on government land as part of the Life Mission project. Kerala's Chief Minister is the chair man of this project. A sum of Rs 20 crore was given by Red Crescent of the UAE.
Gold smuggling case: NIA team to leave for Dubai. Two suspects which NIA wants desperately are in UAE. One of them is said to be in UAE police custody.


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Postby chetak » 11 Aug 2020 17:15

any idea as to why such xenophobic tweets by these liberandus are being made

Isn't this how ordinary people react the world over, without pushing any #model

looks like some stalinist type general orders have been issued by some bat schitt crazy commie politburo types




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Postby Yagnasri » 11 Aug 2020 18:39

So Kerala is apart. While they are great people does that mean that they are a set apart from other people in the Bharat? Really? The state is as good or bad as other states in many aspects. But this arrogant here is quite funny considering that the entire airport establishment in a table top and decision to allow wide body aircrafts in here in spite of concerned from safety experts are all done to get a link to arab world for Kerala Muslims. They even forced Ashoka Gajapathi Raju the then minister to ignore safety concerns. Now they do not want to speak about that.

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Postby chetak » 11 Aug 2020 22:57

why not hand over the bodies to the family members for a dignified burial


per reports,

"All the recovered bodies are being buried in a mass burial site at Pettimudy".


Death Toll In Munnar Landslide Mounts To 52, Tamil Parties Urge Kerala CM To Pay Adequate Compensation For Family Of Deceased Workers https://swarajyamag.com/insta/death-toll-in-munnar-landslide-mounts-to-52-tamil-parties-urge-kerala-cm-to-pay-adequate-compensation-for-family-of-deceased-workers via @swarajyamag

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Postby Krita » 11 Aug 2020 23:37

Yagnasri wrote:So Kerala is apart. While they are great people does that mean that they are a set apart from other people in the Bharat? Really? The state is as good or bad as other states in many aspects. But this arrogant here is quite funny considering that the entire airport establishment in a table top and decision to allow wide body aircrafts in here in spite of concerned from safety experts are all done to get a link to arab world for Kerala Muslims. They even forced Ashoka Gajapathi Raju the then minister to ignore safety concerns. Now they do not want to speak about that.

All of this "Kerala jingoism" is planned and the sellouts of Indian and international media are actively supporting it. They are laying the foundation for a separatist movement. Indian govt needs to drop the statesman act and start actively investigating and unravelling it.
Mr KT Jalleel, plywood mill owners of Ernakulam, Film producers, Malabar gold, Kalyan jewellers , Alukkas etc are a good place to start.


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