In Chennai, right under the nose of the MK Stalin-led DMK Government, evangelical elements have conducted a two-day conference on ‘how to increase the number of churches in unchurched villages’ and converting people to Christianity.
Since the DMK took over the mantle from AIADMK, proselytisation forces have a field day with official blessings. Organiser weekly has been bringing their nefarious activities regularly. Now the two-day conference of Christian outfits in Chennai last week showed their tenacity, openly setting a target for building churches in every nook and corner of the country where there are no prayer halls. Vision 2030 Nehemiah Push, strategic Church leaders meet in Chennai at a luxurious private hotel. The meeting held on January 10 and 11 and elaborated in-depth on achieving the targets.
The conference, attended by over 300 proselytisation agents/missionaries, resolved to build Churches in less than four lakh villages (in other words, towns where no Christians reside) to enable conversion activities to go on unhindered. According to sources and WhatsApp posts, “If four lakh means, at least one crore people have of different religions mainly Hindus have to be brought into their fold, i.e. Christianity.
If we do a back-of-the-envelope calculation, even for small hut size church or prayer hall needs roughly 20 lakhs, including land costs. To build four lakh Churches, around Rs 80,000 crores is required. To meet the 2030 target, they have to spend Rs 12,000 crores annually and per month Rs 1,000 crores. It is a whopping amount. They have to construct over 4,800 Churches monthly and 57,000 Churches annually.
If they need 1,000 people per Church, they have set a target of 40 crore people to be converted”.
This is one of many meetings. They would meet in all major cities at star hotels. Consider the expenses for such two-day conferences. They allegedly spend considerable amounts in crores for planning and setting targets. Imagine they need billions to execute the plan or meet the targets in another seven years. It is a million-dollar question who is funding them? Writer Maridhass in a video post two years ago, said that 15,000 Churches were built in Tamil Nadu in the last ten years with statistics.
After coming to power at the Centre in 2014, the Modi Government blocked the flow of foreign funds to NGOs, which were the conduit for anti-National, anti-India campaigns and conversion activities. The Supreme Court was (in 2016) startled by the number of NGOs operating in India, 31 lakhs and counting, and decided to lay down a legal framework to regulate their funding, spending and working. NGOs and Muslim countries allegedly were behind the anti-CAA stir, Farmers’ protest, and protest against Nuclear plants and other developmental activities. These highly dangerous and multi-pronged dragons are attempting to slowly and steadily destroy Hindu society only to establish their religion on a firmer footing.
On Facebook, writer Jataayu says, “Vision 2030 for church planting”, “until everyone hears”, and strategic Church leaders meet. How daringly these evangelical vultures announce and conduct such an event in one of the pushiest Hotels of the Chennai outskirts. Do they even pause to think how a common Hindu would feel seeing something like this? If this results from the unbridled “religious freedom” conferred by the Constitution of India, it is seriously flawed. It is high time to amend the Constitution to take away such bloody freedom “given to these preying vultures”.
The Apex Court, while hearing a plea filed by advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay seeking direction to the Centre, States to take stringent steps to control fraudulent religious conversion by “intimidation, threatening, deceivingly luring through gifts and monetary benefits”.
The attempts to discover the real identity of Vision 2030’s organisers are still on. Tamil Nadu has witnessed protests against Sanatana Dharma, the anti-Hindi campaign, the war of words with the Governor, anti-Brahmin propaganda, interference in temple affairs and so on in recent times.