Shri Hukmdev Narayan Yadav’s speech in the discussion on The General Budget(2015-16): 16.03.2015

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The episode concerning Dr. Swami — V.Vaikunth, IPS

Book: An EyeTo Indian Policing Challenge & Response — V.Vaikunth, IPS (Former Director General of Police, Tamil Nadu)

Chapter 24: The episode concerning Dr.  Swami

Always in accordance with the due Process of Law

During this period, there was a serious attempt made to harass and arrest Dr.Subramanian Swamy. An earlier attempt had failed. On 21 May, 1995, when Narasimha Rao, the Prime Minister of India, visited Sirperumbudur, Jayalalitha was still in Ooty. I received a message saying that Jayalalitha was returning to Madras from Ooty and that I should attend a meeting in her house at 4.00 p.m that day. After seeing Narasimha Rao off from Sriperumbudur on his way to Arakonam enroute to Delhi, I rushed back to Madras and attended her meeting. Besides me, there was the advocate general, the public prosecutor and the chief secretary. Alexander, IG Intelligence, was not allowed entry into the meeting hall. I shall revert to it later. Jayalalitha started shouting at the advocate general and public prosecutor when they raised certain points of law when Dr.Subramanian Swami is going to any extent to harass me trying to implicate me in cases of my alleged corrupt activities. You are scared of Dr.Swami.”.

The point at issue was the Ravi, a LTTE cadre and the TADA detenu had failed an affidavit before a court in Madras alleging that Dr.Subramanian Swamy had harboured Ravi in his house in Delhi. Ravi had also filed, along with the affidavit a photograph, which showed that Dr.Swami had taken the photograph with Ravi allegedly during the latter’s stay in Dr.Swami’s house at Delhi. This then seemed to prove the allegation. Jayalalitha wanted the police to arrest Subramanian Swami merely on this account. Legal experts were of the opinion that a mere affidavit filed before a court could not be taken as the First Information Report (FIR) and we have to get the court’s permission to investigate. They quoted the Supreme Court’s rulings in support of their contention. But, when Jayalalaitha started shouting, I vividly remember that they came to the edge of their seats and did not know what to say in their nervousness. As for the Chief Secretary Haribhaskar, when he stood like a school boy trying to explain things, he too was shouted down. He then agreed to whatever Jayalalitha said. That was the prevailing state of affairs.

I kept quiet and kept observing the trend of what was going on when suddenly Jayalalitha turned towards me and asked me loudly why I was keeping silent. I told her politely that I was waiting for my turn to come. I then told her very calmly that we were not scared of Subramanian Swami at all. But we have to proceed according to correct legal principles and in accordance with the due process of law. Otherwise, it would recoil on us and the government would get a bad name. I had to tell her also that, if during investigation it was found that Subramanian Swami was legally liable, then we could go ahead. Until then, it was just not possible for us to arrest him merely on an affidavit of a detenu. Ultimately, I had to give a shock treatment to Jayalalitha by saying that already there were allegations that she was soft of the LTTE and so why should she now give credence to these allegations by acting on a mere petition by a LTTE detenu. Then, in sheer exasperation, Jayalalitha told me, “Ok, you go ahead according to your plans” and the meeting concluded abruptly.

When I came back to the office, DIG Ramanujam who was in charge of the special cell of the police dealing with terrorist activities and Selvarathinam, the Superintendent of Police of the same cell came to me and said that they would like to proceed on medical leave. They said so because they were apprehensive that they would become a party to an illegal act in arresting Swami without any legal basis. I told them not to get upset about Jayalalitha’s outburst. I would stand by them. I said, “Either we sink or sail together”. I assured them that I would never make them a party to any illegal act. Their apprehensions were well-founded, because in the earlier incident when the attempts of police officers to arrest Subramanian Swami on false charges failed during my predecessor’s time, efforts were made to find scapegoats. I assured them that I would take full responsibility. They were reassured and started the investigation. The investigation was very thorough towards establishing the truth or otherwise of the allegations raised by Ravi in his affidavit. It was found that Dr.Subramanian Swami around that particular time was not in Delhi, but in Bombay and there was clear evidence to establish this. Evidence was also available that Ravi never went to Delhi. Them, the most important evidence of the forensic experts was that the so-called photograph was only a trick photography and was not true at all. Though Jayalalitha kept asking me about the case, I assured her that everything was going on smoothly and we shoult not be hustled into any wrong conclusion.

It was during the investigation on this case that there was a suggestion made by Jayalalitha to summon Chandralekha to the police for interrogration. Chandralekha had by then quit IAS and joined Subramanian Swami as the President of the Tamil Nadu unit of the Janatha Party. Chief Secretary Haribhaskar was playing second fiddle to Jayalalitha as usual. I had to vehemently protest saying that it is against the law, rules and orders in force, all of which say that, no woman either as accused or witness–as Chandralekha in this case was, (a witness) should be summoned to the police station. Realising that I felt very strongly about this, Jayalalitha left it at that. When we came out, I still remember, I firmly held Haribhaskar’s hand and said, “Hari, don’t you have any respect for human values at all? Besides the fact that summoning a woman witness to the police station in against the law, rules and orders, after all till the other day Chandralekha was your colleague in the IAS. Just because she has fallen from the favour of Jayalalitha, do you want to be a party to the suggestion that Chandralekha be summoned to the police station? Haribhaskar could not answer this. Our investigating officers ultimately examined Chandralekha in her house.

A Diabolical Plan Uncovered

I prepared a detailed note substantiating by evidence that the contents in the affidavit filed by Ravi were all false. But, what really clinched the issue was the very valuable evidence we got to the effect that one particular leader of one of the powerful groups wanted to settle scores with Dr.Swami. Dr.Swami had lambasted that leader bringing in allegations against him. This particular leader had wanted to use his access to Jayalalitha and thereby the government machinery to have Swami arrested. What I heard in this connection was shocking. His plan was to get Swami arrested by hook or crook, get him remanded to the Central Prison, Chennai and have him beaten up thoroughly. When Dr.Swami would then by removed to the Government General Hospital for treatment of injuries after the murderous assault, the doctors would declare him dead. For executing this diabolical plan again we reliably learnt that the leader in question wanted to seek Jayalalitha’s intervention.

When I heard about this, I said to myself that if this were to be true, I shall not be a party to it. This was a very reliable information and I passed it on to Jayalalitha. This made her sit back and express shock and surprise that she and the government machinery were sought to be misused by some groups to settle scores with Dr.Swami. After I presented my note to Jayalalitha, she summoned a senior minister and said, “So I accept the D.G’s. report and let us leave the matter at that”. I saluted her and came back to the office. It is amusing now for me to note how the alchemy of political alliance has changed with Subramanian Swami joining hands with Jayalalitha only to part company with her later.

I summoned DIG Ramanujam and S.P.Selvarathinam and told them all that happened. On this, I still remember their beaming with a smile. I have always found Ramanujam a balanced and level-headed officers who is very professional in his approach. He is an asset to the State Intelligence in view of the expertise he had developed over years of experience in this Intelligence branch as a Superintendent of Police and later as the DIG.

I had earlier mentioned that Alexander as the IG, Intelligence, was not allowed entry into the hall where Jayalalitha held a meeting to discuss Dr.Swamy’s issue. It was not as though that Alexander was not allowed because he had reportedly wanted to convey that Ravi’s affidavit was motivated. Not just that. I was told by Jayalalitha herself at that time that she had a number of instances in her possession to convince her as to how Alexander–whom Jayalalitha trusted–had betrayed her trust.

Alexander is brilliant officer and has an effective way of presenting facts. It was delight to hear him present the facts of a case/situation. That way, I liked him very much. But unfortunately, he was perceived to be high and mighty towards district officials and even senior officers of other wings. There was an impression that because Alexander was reportedly close to Jayalalitha, he was brusque towards senior officers. It is all these which made Jayalalitha shift him out of the Intelligence Wing. When she issued orders shifting him, Jayalalitha told me, “ Mr.Vaikunth, I think by shifting Alexander, I have created yet another enemy against me.”

With me, however, Alexander was very polite and courteous even when I was not occupying positions of importance probably because he knew that it is I who was responsible for his initial entry into the Special Branch CID Wing way back in 1976. I would always cherish my association with him I am sure that he is slated to scale greater heights and occupy positions of importance in the state and the country, what with his brilliance and competence.

While on this, I recall an interesting episode that happened. In the Subramanian swami case, Dr.P.Chandrasekar, a former director of the Tamil Nadu Forensic Science Laboratory, had given a private interview to a weekly magazine saying that the photograph allegedly taken by Ravi, a TADA detenu, with Dr.Swami was bogus. Irked by this, some miscreants reportedly of the AIADMK waylaid him near his house and assaulted him. He naturally came running to me for protection. I asked Rajasekaran Nair, the Commissioner of Police to give him protection, keeping the Secretary to the Chief Minister and Haribhaskar informed. I also sent a written note to Jayalalitha who way away in Payyanur Bungalow. When she came back, she needlessly got worked up. Haribhaskar as usual feigned ignorance and I had to meet her separately and tell her that this was a very normal thing based on my own professional perception and the need for protecting Dr.Chandrashekar, who was after all an important witness in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case. She asked me why Haribhaskar had feigned ignorance. Then, I had to tell her that I would not trust Chief Secretary Haribhaskar any longer as he was in the habit of backing out when she was particularly peeved over any matter. That was Haribhaskar.

Courtesy: janataparty.org (defunct)

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“Who am I?” – A perspective from the Abrahamic religions – Part 5

182. I would like to move to the next Abrahamic religion namely Islam but there are two more points on Christianity that is worth mentioning.

183. The first one is on the way they preserved the faith in the face of opposition.

184. Christians as much as Jews were persecuted since the ransacking of Jerusalem in 70 AD reaching its climax in 303 AD in what came to be known as Diocletianic Persecution.

185. In all these years, in order to preserve the faith in the face of persecution, the Christians indulged in incestuous marriages that went on for well over 200 years.

186. In Judaism the role of priests was inherited. The root of casteism viz. what you do is an inheritance lies in the early Abrahamic religion.

187. Early Christians not only carried this trait but narrowed it down to germinate within each family by incest that lasted for centuries.

188. The second point is that the Christianity was born and sold in the name of sin. The institution of papacy is an epitome of corruption and sin. Examples are:

189. Pope Stephen VI (896–897), who had his predecessor Pope Formosus exhumed, tried, de-fingered, briefly reburied, and thrown in the Tiber.

190. Pope John XII (955–964), who gave land to a mistress, murdered several people, and was killed by a man who caught him in bed with his wife.

191. Pope Benedict IX (1032–1044, 1045, 1047–1048), “sold” the Papacy

192. Pope Boniface VIII (1294–1303), is lampooned in Dante’s Divine Comedy

193. Pope Urban VI (1378–1389), complained that he did not hear enough screaming when Cardinals who had conspired against him were tortured.

194. Pope Alexander VI (1492–1503), a Borgia, whose incestuous relationship with his daughter Lucrezia was most talked in all of papacy and who was guilty of the worst nepotism. His unattended corpse swelled until it could barely fit in a coffin.

195. Pope Leo X (1513–1521), a spendthrift member of the Medici family who once spent 1/7 of his predecessors’ reserves on a single ceremony.

196. Pope Clement VII (1523–1534), also a Medici, whose power-politicking with France, Spain, and Germany got Rome sacked.

197. Then there are episodes of pedophilia among the clergy throughout the world. In many ways it has a sickening culture.

198. Christianity’s very basis stand on 3 legs of (a) original sin, that man is born into sin thanks to his inheritance from Adam.

199. Baptism does not take away his ability to commit sin which is the nature of man is the Christian dogma.

200. (b) The second premise of Christiaity is the hell and the inexorable march to it is the destiny of Man; and

201. (c) Christ is the son of God.

202. All three premises are unverifiable.

203. Christianity was seized and spread by those, of not so much as faith but as opportunity to dominate the congregation.

204. Christianity was constantly changing its message with about a 1000 sects within yet opportunistic agreements always carried the faith.

205. Now let us move on to Islam which began with Mohammed who was born in Mecca in Arabia in 570 AD. He died in 632 AD.

206. The basic premise of Islam is same as those of Christians viz. you are created but you have an everlasting soul.

207. There is hell as also paradise.

208. But the idea of Christ the son of god is overrun by the new dictum that Mohammed is a messenger of god and his last prophet.

209. In Islam the original sin is either not accepted or held inconsequential.

210. Christianity points to a vileness in man the source of which is said to be the original sin.

211. Islam without lamenting on the vileness of man decides to harvest it towards a purpose of spreading its message across the globe.

212. There is no god but Allah. This emphatic statement that denies the right to any other faith.

213. Non-beleivers have to be made believers or hounded and even put to death. Apostacy is punishable by death.

214. The supremacy of Mohammed is very clear in this: “Allah Says, by your Lord, they can have no Faith, until they make you (O Muhammad) judge in all disputes between them, and find in themselves no resistance against your decisions, and accept (them) with full submission.” [4:65].

215. In other words, if you have an opinion that is contrary to Mohammed (or his successors) such an opinion is unacceptable.

216. Allah Swears by His Noble and Holy Self that no one believes until he accepts the decision of the Messenger of Allah on all matters.

217. Whatever the Prophet decides is the truth that should adhered to inwardly and outwardly.

218. Allah also Says, “It is not for a believer, man or woman, when Allah and His Messenger have decreed a matter that they should have any option in their decision.” [33:36]. The true believer does not prefer his wishes or inclinations to what Allah and His Messenger decide.

219. There are many instances that indicate that obedience to the Messenger of Allah is obligatory.

220. For eg. O Muhammad: “Obey Allah and the Messenger (Muhammad)”. But if they turn away, then Allah does not like the disbelievers.” [3:32].

221. Allah explains the necessity of obeying His Prophet, and the reward of him who obeys him’ He said, Whoever obeys him will enter Paradise.

222. So Mohammed says: “Whoever obeys me has obeyed Allah and whoever disobeys me has disobeyed Allah.”

223. Allah also threatens those who disobey the Prophet’s orders with Fire and severe punishment.

224. He Says, “And whoever defies and disobeys Allah and His Messenger, then verily, Allah is Severe in punishment.”[8:13].

225. He also Says, “And whosoever disobeys Allah and His Messenger, then verily for him is the Fire of Hell.”[72:23].

226. So in Islam all that its followers have to accept and digest is that they say this following prayer 5 times a day.

227. Allahu Akbar (Allah is the greatest) Allahu Akbar (Allah is the greatest)

228. Ash hadu an la ilaha illal lah (I bear witness that there is no god but Allah.)

229. Ash hadu an-na Muhammadar rasulul lah (I bear witness that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.)

230. Thus it is incumbent on the laity to believe and defend the faith, never to doubt. Laity has no right to interpret but only echo the Clergy.

231. Clergy such as mullahs are the only ones who can say what Quron means on each occassion and the laity has to obey and defend.

232. In Christianity god chooses who goes to heaven and the rest go to hell. In Islam god is far removed. It is between you and Mohammed.

233. You obey Mohammed and the clergy who speaks in his name and you are assured of entry into paradise where you enjoy all you want.

234. If you refuse to obey you are packed to hell right away by being put to death.

235. In Islam there is a role for every Muslim and it is “Hunt down the disbelievers”!

236. Incestual marriages are established norm in Islam. Children of same man can marry provided the mothers are different.

237. Women are mere child-producing machines. They cannot refuse sex and can have no say on whether they like to bear a child.

238. Men can marry more than one but women cant. The man can divorce a woman at will but such right doesnt exist for a woman.

239. Woman is in effect a slave to man in Islam which contrasts itself from the other two Abrahamic religions.

240. Judaism is Israel specific. Therefore it finds no need to spread its religion beyond its borders. Forced conversion is anathema to it.

241. But Christianity relies on conversion alone for its existence and this takes itself to be planted throughout the world.

242. Islam spreads itself by forced conversion by means of sword. So both Christianity and Islam clash with each other for world domination.

243. Islam also see the advantage of being wedded to a locale as in Judaism so it exhorts its followers to take up Haj pilgrimage so as to anchor itself to Mecca.

244. In all the three Abrahamic religions god is actually an unknown factor. He is known through an angel only. Christ have never seen the god or an angel!

We come to the end of our enumeration of the three Abrahamic religions.

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“Who am I?” – A perspective from the Abrahamic religions – Part 4

137. Let’s take stock of what happened so far.  Jesus abrogated the dividing line between the Jews and the Gentile;

138. Jesus converted the soul that was a ‘loan’ from Yahwe to a ‘gift’ from Yahwe! (who can check if he can do?!)

139. And established the ideas of inheritance of ‘original sin'(how come? That is not in the original Bible!), and

140. Christianity can be summed up as follows:

141. (i) You have an everlasting soul and Yahweh is your god;

142. (ii) You have been sinning – caused by the inheritance from Adam’s original sin;

143. (iii) Admit you are a sinner and repent!

144. (iv) Accept Jesus as your saviour for he dies for your sins;

145. (v) Join a Christian church;

146. (vi) Pay your tythe. (and presto you are laughing your way to Heaven!)

147. (vii) If you dont do the above you will rot in everlasting hell!

148. Inheriting someone’s sin is the landmark in Jesus. Surprisingly his followers are dumb enough to accept it!

149. After the crucifiction of Jesus all of his 12 disciples were killed one by one except Judas who killed himself.

150. Important among them was Peter who was crucified in Rome by Emperor Nero Augustus Caesar.

151. Jerusalem itself was attacked and razed down by the Romans as Jewish Zealots rose against them in armed rebellion in 70 AD.

152. The Romans would not let the Jews enter Jerusalem from then on and the Jews became weak and dispersed but not totally vanquished.

153. The followers of Jesus were also spread around preaching underground yet their presence was detectable.

154. Rome that was a power on earth in that area around the Mediterranian reached its greatest geographical extent under Emperor Trajan (98–117).

155. The Empire sustained as a power for another 150 years and by 260 it split into three for a short while. Emperor Aurelian reunited the empire in 274.

156. In 285, the emperor Diocletian partitioned the Roman Empire’s administration into eastern and western halves.

157. Since then the new supreme rulers disposed of the legal fiction of the early Empire and openly styled themselves as dominus et deus, “lord and god”, titles appropriate for a master-slave relationship.

158. Official cruelty, supporting extortion and corruption also have become more commonplace.

159. The scale, complexity, and violence of government were unmatched.

160. The emperors lost control over their whole realm as that control came increasingly to be wielded by anyone who paid for it.

161. The richest senatorial families, immune from most taxation, engrossed more and more of the available wealth and income.

162. There was growing economic inequality between a gold-rich elite and a cash-poor peasantry.

163. The barbarians had invaded the empire sometimes stealthily and sometimes openly that a cultural and religious strife was seen as imminent.

164. The need for one single state religion was being felt to keep the empire together. In 313 Emperor Constantine declared official toleration of Christianity.

165. In 325 in the Council of Nicea convened by Emperor Constantine Jesus Christ was declared as of the same substance as God (Yahwe).

166. Let me give a verbatim quote of the Declaration of Nicea which clearly tell you that Christianity is a religion by agreement.

167. This is the agreement of faith that the great council of Nicea, assented to with a loud acclamation:

“We believe in one God, the Father Almighty, Maker of all things visible and invisible;

And in one Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, the only-begotten of the Father, of the substance of the Father; God of God and Light of Light; true God of true God; begotten, not made, of the same substance as the Father, by whom all things were made, in heaven and on earth: who for the sake of us men and our salvation, descended, became incarnate, and was made man, suffered, arose again on the third day, and ascended into the heavens, from where he will come again to judge the living and the dead;

And in the Holy Spirit.”

168. By 330 the Capital of the empire was also moved from Rome to Byzantium which was to be known as Constantinople.

169. Nicene Christianity became the state church of the Roman Empire with the Edict of Thessalonica in AD 380.

170. In the next 100 years i.e. by 476 AD the Roman empire ceased to exist but Byzantine empire sustained.

171. Byzantine empire lasted till 1453 (with a break of 55 years in between) and was taken over by the Ottoman Empire which renamed it as Istanbul.

172. During this period the most important personality who made an impact on Christianity was Augustine of Hippo (354 – 430).

173. St.Augustine contended the predestination of man is hell only unless god chooses otherwise.

174. Christians sell the idea that their omniscient god is equal to all and he loves all.

175. Omniscience means knowledge of the past, present and the future.

176. Omniscient god knows who will be rich and who will be poor. He also knows who will be sick and maim and who will be
healthy.

177. Omniscient god knows who will go to hell and who will go to heaven.

178. The arguments of Augustine clearly indicate that their omniscient god knows and creates soul that are to go to eternal hell and souls that are to go to heaven.

179. Clearly this is not an act of a god of equality or a god of love.

180. In all of 400 years since Jesus Christ was crucified people for the first time began to perceive the vile nature of their ‘loving’ god!

181. This is one important reason for the rise of Islam.

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“Who am I?” – A perspective from the Abrahamic religions – Part 3

92. No Jew has ever dared to blame Yahweh for not keeping his part of the covenant that had caused deprivation and persecution for over 600 years.

93. Such has been the enduring faith of a Jew in Yehwe. He could never betray his Lord god Yehwe to revolt against him like angel Lucifer (devil) did.

94. The Jews endured and never repudiated their religion that could have resulted in atheism.

95. Such attempt had to wait for another 1800 years for the two Jews – Feurbaugh an Marx – to appear on the scene in far off Germany to preach godless atheism.

96. Less revolutionary yet quite radical attempt was by Jesus who reposed faith on Yahweh and yet claiming that everyone has an everlasting soul!

97. The idea of the soul returning to Yehwe was put an end to by Jesus. “God gave me the soul and the soul is mine and I am the soul.” was his idea.

98. This released the INDIVIDUAL from the ‘collective’ that Jews claimed as a nation to which alone every Jew is bound to.

99. This was truly a treasonous attempt to dismember the nation and naturally the Jews were aghast at Jesus and disowned him.

100. Jews despised Jesus for what he did was nothing short of complete betrayal. Jesus robbed me, a Jew, of my very being, my very swaroopam as a Jew.

101. Jesus did not criticize Yahweh for not keeping his part of the covenant but the Jews for their neglect of 10 commandments.

102. Jesus attributed the neglect of the Jews to obey the commandments to the work of ‘original sin’.

103. Yet again the idea of ‘original sin’ was a daring invention of Jesus to assert his new idea.

104. By his death he ‘cleanses’ the original sin thus giving each one a chance to redeem himself by sticking to the faith and showing loyalty to the redeemer.

105. By the logic of everlasting soul Jesus contended that those who stick to him go to heaven, others to hell.

106. Jesus asserted that he is the son of god and he is here to redeem the souls by a covenant with the God that by his death he absolves the sin of the believer.

107. King Constantine who made Christianity a state religion became a Christian only at his deathbed to ensure he is sin- free!

108. It is to the credit of Jesus Christ who gave a lasting identity to each individual which was denied in Judaism.

109. By this single act of betrayal of the Jews Jesus became a hero to the gentiles who yearned for an impartial Yahweh because Jesus provided them with one.

110. There is yet another group among these gentiles who kept coming up again and again under different names, such as Kabbalah, the Cathars, the Druze, the Rosicrucians and many more.

111. They were thrilled at the idea of an everlasting soul with which they neither wanted to go to hell nor even heaven but come back to earth to claim all those they have missed enjoying!

112. There are references in the new testament that people asked Jesus about coming back but he could not answer them at all but deflected.

113. There are fanciful accounts spread among Hindus that Jesus came to India and stayed for a long time.

114. Such is an attempt to make Jesus an acceptable character even though Christianity per se is a diametrical opposite of our Dharma.

115. If he had really been in India he would have certainly understood the idea of karma and reincarnaion that is a central point of our Dharma.

116. The very fact Jesus could not answer questions on reincarnation is proof enough that he never came anywhere near India.

117. Jesus, it must be admitted, became relevant only in the context of the constant defeat of the Jewish people in the hands of gentiles.

118. Yet Jesus Christ became irrelevant to the Jews who refused to give up on Judaism. And they persevered.

119. In my estimation the Jews might even outlive the Christians one day as Christianity is on the decline now.

120. Let’s now compare and contrast between Judaism and Christianity.

121. In Judaism Yahweh is all powerful and it is Yahweh’s game from the beginning to the end. This idea is not changed in Christianity.

122. Humans are Yehwe’s fancy plaything. Humans are created, given the rules of the game in 10 commandments and replaced when worn out.

123. This idea also remains unchanged in Christianity. I as a Christian have to obey the 10 commandments.

124. Humans never exited before their life on earth. This is also true with Christianity.

125. Humans never have an existence after death is an obvious fact in Judaism. But the idea of everlasting soul changes this in Christianity.

126. While Yehwe has no beginning and no end while I as a human has a beginning and an end makes Yahwe very powerful in relation to me.

127. With an everlasting soul in Christianity, if there is a chance that I can keep coming back as human then I can easily repudiate Yehwe as needless to me.

128. So in the Council of Nicea in 315 AD the idea of reincarnation was quelled and the belief that the soul either goes to hell or heaven was firmly planted.

129. You are not coming back, you are going to hell and you you need a redeemer Jesus Christ is the message.

130. Upon death of the body, the ‘sinned’ ones go to hell to rot and the chosen ones go to heaven to live with Yahweh!

131. By the way in the Council of Nicea and before it and after it those having a differing view were simply put to death! This was going on for a few centuries.

131. The worst ones were the inquisition and the holocaust.

132. In Judaism there was a covenant on the part of Yahweh to protect the nation of Israel.

133. That part is singularly absent in Christianity as the congregation is now spread all over the world.

134. In Christian idea the world is still a place for you to run amok using your free-will, no fear of sin as long as you are a Christian.

135. Vhowever St. Augustine & Calvin had laid down that Total Depravity is the nature of man and he is destined to hell only and ‘god’ has destined chosen ones to come to live with him in heaven.

136. Thus the partiality of the Jewish Yehwe finds expression and reincarnation in the Christian God the Father!

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“Who am I?” – A perspective from the Abrahamic religions – Part 2

48. What did we learn from the bible so far?

49. Mainly Yehwe makes it clear in the first three commandments that he is the boss!

50. The first three commandments are (i) Thou shalt have no other gods before me.

51. (ii) Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above etc.

52. (iii) Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain. (Dont call me, I not your servant.)

53. He created the world (‘chessboard’ in our concept!) and the two opposing coins black & white! White is the Jew!

54. Coins are made out of earth and will go back there replaced by new ones. They come to life only because of souls he gave.

55. On the death of a coin the soul is cleansed of all identity and affliction and taken back by Yehwe.

56. I am just a coin, either black or white due to no choice of mine. I am also a king or a pawn not by any choice either!

57. I cannot change sides or roles! I operate because of the soul that is not mine! In fact I am really nobody but a coin!

58. Oh, yes, black and white are not equal. Yehwe has a covenant only with the white coin! Non-jews are not his favourites!

59. Last but not the least, take away my being the ‘chosen people’ and my identity as an “Isratelite” then I am no more a Jew.

60. This is the sum and substance of who I am as a Jew!

61. Moses freed the Jews from slavery in Egypt and led them into Israel and reminded them that they are the chosen people and Israel is their land.

63. Come to think of it, the gentiles were not dealt with badly. They have no commandments to obey and they have all land except Israel!

64. Enter Jesus and the equation changes!

65. Jesus repudiated by breaking the two legs of Jews on which they were standing viz. the idea they are ‘chosen people’ and that Israel is their land.

66. Why did Jesus do this? What was his basis?

67. Beginning from around 600 BCE the jews were subjected to constant invation, occupation and exile.

68. One such exile was known as the Babylonian captivity that lasted from 597 BCE to 538 BCE.

69. The Jews during this period of turmoil were put to immense strain to keep their faith and adhere to the 10 commadments.

70. It was also untenable to maintain that Yehwe was keeping his part of the covenant to protect Israelites.

71. So it was more easy to hold their god Yehwe was angry that he is now executing his threat to destroy them for their defiance!

72. Jews were divided into those who hold they are the chosen people by yahweh’s covenant and those who cite his threat of destruction.

73. During Jesus’s time Israel was occupied by the Romans.

74. There were 4 main groups among jews existed when Jesus came on the picture. They were Zealots, Sadducees, pharisees and Essenes.

75. Zealots were for armed revolution against Romans while Essenes had given up and were waiting for apocalypse.

76. The other two namely Sadducees and pharisees were in-between.

77. That is when Jesus comes in with his new covenant claiming to be the son of god! From ‘chosen people’ to ‘chosen one’!

78. Thus far we considered the premises of weakening of ‘Lord’s’ covenant with Moses by the time of Jesus.

79. While the Zealots talked of armed rebellion against Romans to re-establish Israel, Essenes waited for apocalypse.

80. Jesus radicalised the religion by abolishing the Jewish-gentile (non- jews) division. This abrogated Moses’ covenant.

81. Remember Moses’ covenant ensured Jews as chosen people and their right to Israel as their homeland.

82. Jesus by this abrogation abolished the Jews as an entity that enjoyed a history of 4000+ yrs with a home called
Israel.

83. Disciple Judas, a Jew in great anger, ‘betrayed’ to Romans that Jesus was out to create severe disturbance among Jews.

84. Jesus was caught and crucified. Judas hanged himself in remorse. Other disciples met with violent death too.

85. The crucifixion of Jesus is glorified by Christians who claim that Jesus rose from grave and ascended to heaven.

86. The event and idea of Crucifixion and Resurrection are claimed as testimony to the covenent of Jesus, the New
Testament.

87. Jesus a born Jew, didnt win them over to his New Testament. Jews persevered with their belief of being the chosen
people.

88. Jews’ right to return to Israel happened after almost 2000 years after the sacking of the 2nd temple in 70 CE.

89. The last of all invaders to occupy their land were the Muslims.

90. They also had to endure the holocaust at the hands of Hitler until they returned home. This immensely hardened their
cohesiveness.

88. Jews in all their 6000+ years of history saw themselves as persecuted, dispossesed and hounded people. Their last enemy are the followers of Mohammed.

89. Hindus for over a thousand years have been going through the same persecution in the hands of same Muslims who hound Jews.

90. Hindus and Jews thus have the same need and bond of existential nature in facing the common enemy.

91. We will break from the discussion now and continue it tomorrow at the same time 8.30 PM IST dealing with the new phenomenon of Christianity.

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Jayalalithaa approached HC with unclean hands, claims Swamy

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BJP leader Subramanian Swamy.
The Hindu

AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa approached the Karnataka High Court with “unclean hands” with the “false” claim that the Income Tax authorities had “accepted” her statements of income to be “true and genuine,” BJP leader Subramanian Swamy has stated in his written arguments submitted to the Court on Wednesday.

“This is not only false, but it is knowingly false since Income Tax authorities have not made and cannot make any such admission under Section 279 or any other section of the I-T Act,” contended Dr. Swamy.

Compounding of the offence of non-filing of Income Tax returns after she paid the tax dues and penalty does not in any way represent a legal vindication of any claims of Ms. Jayalalithaa on how the income she claimed was earned, and there can’t be escape from prosecution under the Prevention of Corruption Act, he has stated.

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