3 Native Sons, 3 Saintly Souls & 3 Brutal Assassinations

Note: This is an excerpt from a chapter of my book ‘Orissa in the Crossfire,’ titled ‘Some Dare Call it a Conspiracy’

The picture could not be more obvious. Within less than 8 years, three native sons who had risen to the role of leaders amongst their people, who had developed dedicated followings and also happen to be not only active but spectacularly successful in the promotion of Hindu culture, have been eliminated. In an area targeted by Christian terror outfits, Maoist terror or a deadly mix of both, these three native Hindu leaders dedicated their lives to the upliftment of their own people. For that reason alone, they were targeted for elimination.


We find very similar conditions in all three Indian States of Orissa, Manipur and Tripura.

  1. Ongoing violent campaigns
  2. Active, ongoing and focused Christian conversion drives
  3. Large tribal populations
  4. Native spiritual leaders with successful track records in humanitarian and Hindu cultural activism with large local followings
  5. Strategic high resource value areas
  6. All targets of previous threats or attempts upon their lives (Similar to Orissa’s Swami Lakshmananda, Iskcon Manipur and Shanti Kali’s Tripura Temple were frequent targets of threats and protection racket money demands.)
  7. All targeted for assassination on Janmashtami day

Their deaths serve the goals of anti-National forces and radical Abrahamic conversionists.The aggressive attacks parallel each other in terms of method of operation, agenda and action. For this not to be a conspiracy, is beyond belief. Slowly but surely native local Hindu leaders, active within the targeted zones, are being eliminated.

Such figures were potential kingmakers whose one word could influence millions and decide the political outcome of elections. The pattern is clear. Any obstacle to the stated agenda of those dedicated to the dismemberment and debasement of India as a Nation will be removed. Any contender to the various anti-India terror groups for the loyalty of the people will be eliminated.

The Same Ancient War Against the Vedic Sages Continues Today. The mere acts of Yanja, Puja and Bhajan Counter the Demonic Potencies and have thus Always been the Targets of Destruction

Bhaktisvarupa Damodara Swami (9 December 1937 – 2 October 2006), also known as Dr. Thoudam Damodara Singh and by the honorific Sripada (Śrīpāda), was a Gaudiya Vaishnava spiritual leader, scientist, writer and poet. In 1971 he received spiritual initiation from A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. A few years later he became one of the religious leaders of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (also known as the Hare Krishna Movement). Despite claims of a ‘natural death’ the Swami died in Kolkata hospital a mere 7 weeks after the Janmashtami day terror attack
Gurudev Santi Kali or Santi Tripura (died 27 August 2000) was a popular Hindu priest who was shot to death inside his ashram near Jirania under the Sadar subdivision in the Indian state of Tripura. Police reports regarding the incident identified ten members of the Christian terrorist organization National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) as being responsible for the murder. In the same month, another Hindu leader of the Jamatya community, Jaulushmoni Jamatya, was also murdered.
Swami Lakshmananda’s Gift of Vedic Literature to a graduate of one of his several Tribal Girl’s Schools

3 Native Sons, 3 Saintly Souls & 3 Brutal Assassinations

“And the Beast was allowed to make war against the saints and to conquer them, and was given power over every race, people, language and nation.” Holy Bible, Revelation 13:7

Note: This is an excerpt from a chapter of my book ‘Orissa in the Crossfire,’ titled ‘Some Dare Call it a Conspiracy’

The picture could not be more obvious. Within less than 8 years, three native sons who had risen to the role of leaders amongst their people, who had developed dedicated followings and also happen to be not only active but spectacularly successful in the promotion of Hindu culture, have been eliminated. In an area targeted by Christian terror outfits, Maoist terror or a deadly mix of both, these three native Hindu leaders dedicated their lives to the upliftment of their own people. For that reason alone, they were targeted for elimination.


We find very similar conditions in all three Indian States of Orissa, Manipur and Tripura.

  1. Ongoing violent campaigns
  2. Active, ongoing and focused Christian conversion drives
  3. Large tribal populations
  4. Native spiritual leaders with successful track records in humanitarian and Hindu cultural activism with large local followings
  5. Strategic high resource value areas
  6. All targets of previous threats or attempts upon their lives (Similar to Orissa’s Swami Lakshmananda, Iskcon Manipur and Shanti Kali’s Tripura Temple were frequent targets of threats and protection racket money demands.)
  7. All targeted for assassination on Janmashtami day

Their deaths serve the goals of anti-National forces and radical Abrahamic conversionists.The aggressive attacks parallel each other in terms of method of operation, agenda and action. For this not to be a conspiracy, is beyond belief. Slowly but surely native local Hindu leaders, active within the targeted zones, are being eliminated.

Such figures were potential kingmakers whose one word could influence millions and decide the political outcome of elections. The pattern is clear. Any obstacle to the stated agenda of those dedicated to the dismemberment and debasement of India as a Nation will be removed. Any contender to the various anti-India terror groups for the loyalty of the people will be eliminated.

The Same Ancient War Against the Vedic Sages Continues Today. The mere acts of Yanja, Puja and Bhajan Counter the Demonic Potencies and have thus Always been the Targets of Destruction

Bhaktisvarupa Damodara Swami (9 December 1937 – 2 October 2006), also known as Dr. Thoudam Damodara Singh and by the honorific Sripada (Śrīpāda), was a Gaudiya Vaishnava spiritual leader, scientist, writer and poet. In 1971 he received spiritual initiation from A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. A few years later he became one of the religious leaders of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (also known as the Hare Krishna Movement). Despite claims of a ‘natural death’ the Swami died in Kolkata hospital a mere 7 weeks after the Janmashtami day terror attack
Gurudev Santi Kali or Santi Tripura (died 27 August 2000) was a popular Hindu priest who was shot to death inside his ashram near Jirania under the Sadar subdivision in the Indian state of Tripura. Police reports regarding the incident identified ten members of the Christian terrorist organization National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) as being responsible for the murder. In the same month, another Hindu leader of the Jamatya community, Jaulushmoni Jamatya, was also murdered.
Swami Lakshmananda’s Gift of Vedic Literature to a graduate of one of his several Tribal Girl’s Schools

Time to Hold India’s Media Legally Accountable

“The Indian media has been clearly and repeatedly implicated as a cause of violence and mayhem. It is widely recognized for its ruthless and biased approach towards news reporting. The Indian media has also been implicitly involved in stirring up tension and fear amongst the people in a manner nearly identical to the UN Media Case. India would do well to challenge its media to create rather than destroy fundamental human values. The Indian media should be held to account for the consequences of its actions.” – Brannon Parker

Orissa in the Crossfire: Kandhamal Burning

This is an excerpt from one of my books titled, Orissa in the Crossfire: Kandhamal Burning. This is the same book that the Indian Parliamentarian and Congress Party leader Digvijaya Singh demanded be banned for allegedly being a cause of community strife. However that be, the fact that there is a direct correlation between violent mayhem and the media’s actions has been established repeatedly. I therefore call for India’s media to be held accountable for its many crimes against society. This can be done by using the Indian court system based upon the precedent of setting convictions conducted by the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal’s Rwandan Media Trial.

The trial was known as the Rwandan Media Case. These precedent-setting convictions have established the standard regarding those that abuse the power of the media and disturb and disrupt civil society. India’s mainstream media has long been at the forefront of sowing seeds of mayhem and chaos across the nation. Rather than my writings, it is the Indian media which is blatantly setting Indian society against itself. Thus such publications and journalists must be held accountable and convicted for their crimes.

The fact is anyone who reads Orissa in the Crossfire will see that I did not pit one group against another nor did I condemn any religion or ethnic group. But I did expose many crimes, criminals, mass corruption and the many conspiracies, groups and personalities that are actively engaged in a brutal campaign against India. Recently,India’s Minister of External Affairs V. K. Singh characterized the mainstream media as Presstitutes, who ignored his major international humanitarian rescue mission in Yemen. Yet this same Press attempted to accuse him of damaging the morale of the Indian Army.

V. K. Singh

The basis of this bizarre claim? The Minister had attended a Pakistan Day celebration at the Pakistani Embassy. Despite this being an annual event that the Indian Government has often attended, the media created an artificial scandal aimed at damaging the morale of India’s armed forces. This is pure sedition. It is high time the Indian judicial system tackled this destabilizing force that is traumatizing the country. Perhaps the precedent-setting UN Rwandan Media Case has applicability within the Indian court system as well. The following excerpts are from the chapter entitled “A Medium for Chaos.”  

Obfuscation: “To totally obscure with non-germane information in a verbose manner, with the intent to provide a non-answer, and provide total befuddlement.” This perfectly illustrates the modus operandi of the Indian media.

Media

India’s mediais in a league of its own. It presents itself as beholden to none. It claims itself to be the voice of reason, the conscience of the system and guardian of the public weal. Though this ideal is at the basis of a responsible media, India’s media is infamously and obviously far removed from such a role. The pattern and record speaks for itself. A graphic example would be the anti-Bihari riots in Assam. A false story detailing a Bihari’s rape of an Assamese girl led to a public response leading to much violence, injury, destruction and death. Despite the media’s role in initiating the mayhem, the obvious disconnect between the law, social welfare concerns, the people and the media, no action nor resolution was taken. The powers that be, behind the media, continued as before untouched by the law and uncaring towards the plight of a victimized people.

Media Bias

The media is clearly being used as a weapon against the RSS and affiliated Hindu organizations.  Rather than being the fourth estate of civil society, India’s media is more like a bludgeon. It decides what is relevant to its pre-scripted scenarios and cherry picks information to fit into its preordained scripts. This propaganda is then disseminated and imposed upon the public and the designed perceptions popularized as fact. India’s media has long abandoned its responsibility as a medium for information, events and facts. In a manipulative process, the Indian media trivializes the profound and sensationalizes the profane.

On a recent research visit to Govardhan in Uttar Pradesh on the last day of the Hindu holy month of Kartik, a full moon was in the sky. Thousands upon thousands  of pilgrims were circumambulating the sacred Govardhan hill. In an endless march  beginning from the predawn hours until late evening, thousands of Hindu pilgrims  circled the sacred mount. In a massive display of the living and ancient Indian culture,  people of all ages, including entire families walked bedecked in colorful clothes. The  excitement was tangible. Such a massive event inspired no mention in the media.  For the media, it was a non-event. Coming from the same media that highlights  every minor gathering of Leftist politicians and religious minority groups, such bias by the media is intentional. By constantly disenfranchising the Hindus, distorting their words and denigrating their efforts, the media is the primary cause of social chaos and political mayhem. The same media that projects itself as a voice of  concern provides the rationale for oppression.

Creek Chief Selocta (or Shelocta) was a Muscogee Creek chief who appealed to President Andrew Jackson to reduce the demands for Creek lands at the signing of the Treaty of Fort Jackson.

In America this same method was applied against the great American Indian leaders of the 1800s who struggled to defend their culture, people and lands. In every case, without fail, it was the media which provided the sensational and gruesome tales of  massacres of “innocent white women and children at the hands of the Red Savages”. The media-induced frenzy and uproar that followed led to organized lynch mobs and  groups of US soldiers bent on murder. American Indian tribes were ruthlessly  massacred, ethnically cleansed and imprisoned by the thousands. As the brutal aggression continued, the media provided the rationale within a context of law and order. By completely ignoring the injustices, the brutal acts of violence, rapes,  murders and loss of land and water rights that instigated the trouble, the media  distorted the historical underpinnings involved. With a focus on the effect and denial of the cause, the media becomes a powerful tool and weapon against a targeted group. Guns alone do not create genocide.

Ferdinand Nahimana

This conclusion was reached by the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal. In reference to the media’s complicity in the violence, the Tribunal declared, ‘Without a  firearm, machete or any physical weapon you, (Nahimana founder of Rwanda’s RTLM,  Radio TV des Milles Collines) caused the death of thousands of innocent civilians.’ The media case as it was known, was conducted by the UNICTR or the United Nations  International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and presided over by Judge Navanetham Pillay. The historic ruling clearly delineated the responsibilities and consequential role of the media. “The power of the media to create and destroy fundamental human values comes with great responsibility. Those who control such media are accountable for its  consequences (CCCLXXXIV).”

RTLM Radio Rwanda

This important, precedent-setting landmark case has been virtually forgotten and  suppressed. For some in India, the media is the weapon of choice. The implications of the Rwanda Media Case are far-reaching and significant. Such a legal mechanism based upon this landmark Rwanda Media Case would no doubt be of great benefit to the Indian authorities, law professionals and overall socio-political climate. Freedom of  the Press does not refer to the freedom to oppress. In the landmark case, the UN  convicted three Rwandan media personalities for “genocide, incitement to genocide,  conspiracy and crimes against humanity-extermination and persecution.” The verdict is  clear and the precedent set.

The Indian media has been clearly and repeatedly implicated as a cause of violence and mayhem. It is widely recognized for its ruthless and biased approach towards news reporting. The Indian media has also been implicitly involved in stirring up tension and fear amongst the people in a manner nearly identical to the UN Media Case. India would do well to challenge its media to create rather than destroy fundamental human values. The Indian media should be held to account for the consequences of its actions. – IndiaFacts, 22 April 2015

Freedom of the Press