Gharwapsi of converted Christians has been initiated by Global Hindus Heritage Foundation in Vishakapatnam. About 100 Christian converts were welcomed back into the Hindu fold. The reaction from evangelical missionary pastors, though not unexpected, was one of name-calling and blaming Hindu organizations for ‘illegal activities’.
Andhra Pradesh (AP) has been the hotbed for evangelical Christian missionaries who have time and again targeted Hindus in the state. While the number of crypto-Christians in AP is believed to be hovering around 25% as confirmed by a YSRCP party MP recently, both Hindus and those who left the Hindu fold have realized the true predatory nature of soul-vultures. The resistance to evangelical missionaries has begun and this doesn’t seem to have gone well with the evangelical Pastors.
Exposing the conversation between four pastors, two of whom bear Hindu names, Mission Kali has released a video of the video conferencing chat between TS Kumar (AICC), John Koyya (CJAC), Eshwar Daniel (RKP) and James (RKPPS). The four seem to be extremely hurt at this reversal of fortunes and Hindus returning to their mother faith as is evident from their conversation.
Kudos to GHHF for their 100 ppl #GharWapsi! The spell Jcult didn't last long. Listen to how the #ConversionMafia is crying wolf-Comparing this to the #GeorgeFloyd killing. Oppression? Isn't this what we were saying all along about u guys? Don't like the taste of ur own medicine? pic.twitter.com/SkD6fQw91i
— Mission Kaali – Say No To Conversion (@missionkaali) July 14, 2020
The conversation begins with James stating that he is upset with the event which he claims was mainly conducted to bring an end to Christianity. Putting forth reasons which due to which he found the event unpalatable, James says that the first and foremost reason is that these gharwapsis were undoubtedly done forcibly and it was done by the ‘saffron goons’ purely out of hatred for the religion of Christ.
Moreover, these people are using foreign funds received mainly from America for “gharwapsi” events, he claims (talk about the pot calling the kettle black!). He bizarrely equates gharwapsi with the recent killing of a black man George Floyd in America by the police, stating that just like the police trampled upon the black man and killed him, these saffron people are trying to do the same to us by attacking us.
He also blames the Hindus for not following the constitution and using unlawful methods to reconvert Christians. He says “had the Hindus followed the law, they should ideally be worshipping Christians who taught them to be civil”. He also claims that people are adopting Christianity as Hinduism lacks both power and devotion. It is then left to Christian padres to turn “these criminals into civilized persons” which the evangelicals have been doing by converting Hindus to Christians according to him.
Continuing his tirade against Hindus, James says, “Hindus never do anything according to law. In fact, the law doesn’t exist at all for them which is why Gandhi was killed and these people respect Godse who killed Gandhi. It they were carrying out lawful activities they would never have respected Godse.”
“According to law, I’m allowed to accept any religion I like and I can change my religion multiple times according to my will. However, enforcing religion on someone is illegal. Whenever anybody converts to Christianity, these saffronists claim that it is illegal but this (gharwapsi) is illegal and not conversion to Christianity, because we have never forced anyone to accept Christianity unlike what these Hindus are doing,” the rant continues.
More than anything else this conversation comes across as self-talk and probably these pastors are finding it difficult to digest the fact that people have become aware of their deception and are hence returning to Hindu Dharma. The utterly laughable projection of their own tactics and foreign-funded enterprise on Hindus is laughable, but the bigotry and supremacism of these ‘godmen’ and their brainwashed followers is all too real.
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