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Why Not the Sacred Om on Secular Indian Currency

Why Not the Sacred Om on Secular Indian Currency

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DOES NOT THE SACRED OM REPRESENT
THE HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL ETHOS
OF OUR COUNTRY?
DOES NOT THE SACRED OM REPRESENT
THE HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL ETHOS
OF OUR COUNTRY?

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DOES NOT THE
SACRED
 
REPRESENTTHE HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL ETHOSOF OUR COUNTRY?
The patently anti-Hindu evangelical
Catholic Christian Sonia Congress UPA IIGovernment has its own priorities for the
aam aadmi 
of India
. Endless andrelentless skyrocketing of the prices of essential commodities, complete breakdown of law and order, infiltration of ISI agents from Pakistan, large scale infiltration of more than30 Million Bangladeshi Muslims into different parts of India (completely organized byIndira Gandhi and her Congress Government through a criminal and treasonable
TheIllegal Migrants (Determination by Tribunal ) (IMDT) Act
 
of 1983
) posing a definitethreat to internal security and our very national survival
 ARE NOT VITAL NATIONALISSUES TO EITHER 
 
Sonia Gandhi
or 
Dr.Manmohan Singh
.Likewise planned neglect of defence acquisitions, complete indifference bordering oncontempt towards the service conditions and welfare of serving and retired defencepersonnel belonging to the armed forces causing many of them even to return their gallantry awards to the President, uncontrolled and uncontrollable Maoist violence inmany parts of India,
overweeningly stinking corruption in public administrationwith the office of the Prime Minister serving as the omnipotent, omniscient andomnipresent beacon-head and with carefully laid underground conduit pipes toNo: 10, Janpath, with its VIP occupants having links to
 
unknown and unknowablesources of Christian funds
from abroad ---
THESE AND OTHER PRESSINGCRITICAL AND NATIONAL PROBLEMS ARE OF NO CONCERN TO THEIRRESPONSIBLE, SHAMELESS AND DEFIANTLY CORRUPT PETTICOATGOVERNMENT OF
 
Dr Manmohan Singh
.In short, the banana republic of India has become
a global symbol for Himalayancorruption
,
Himalayan fraud, Himalayan terrorism, Himalayan immorality andHimalayan savagery.
The two shining symbols of this national treachery on the onehand and international knavery on the other are the super 
de facto
Prime Minister Sonia Gandhi
and the supine
de jure
 
Prime
 
Minister Dr Manmohan Singh.
My wayof joking is to tell the truth about
Dr Manmohan Singh
and
Sonia Gandhi
and her creeping and crawling two-legged insects like Pranab Mukherjees, Antonys,Chidambarams and others of their invertebrate ilk.The most
TROUBLING AND SHOCKING CURRENT AND RECENT NEWS ITEM
relates to the recent announcement of the Reserve Bank of India to this effect 
:
The Indian rupee will soon join the elite club of major currencies like the dollar,euro, pound sterling and yen to have a unique identification symbol. The Union
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Cabinet will soon decide on the matter of approving a symbol reflecting the Hindi alphabet standing for 'R'.The murky background (like the Spectrum Fraud of Dalit Union Minister Raja) tothis UPA II Currency Revolution is as follows:
In order to
evangelize and Islamize India
by using the subterfuge of the non-existentpublic need for the modernization of the
Face of the
Indian Rupee
 
,
the Governmentof India in the Ministry of Finance appointed a Committee of seven members
 
withSmt.Usha Thorat, Deputy Governor of RBI Mumbai as Chairman in 2009 to invitepublic entries containing proposals for the incorporation of New Symbols in theIndian Rupee
.
This Committee was directed to critically examine all the proposalsand then make a suitable recommendation for the final adoption of a suitabledesign for the Indian Rupee. The composition of the Committee is as follows
:(i)
Smt. Usha Thorat, Deputy Governor, RBI, Mumbai-Chairman.(ii) Shri K.V. Eapen, Joint Secretary, Deptt. of Financial Services, Ministry of Finance, New Delhi.(iii) Ms. T. Kumar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Culture, New Delhi.(iv) Smt. Aditi Mehta, Joint Secretary, Indira Gandhi national Center for Arts NewDelhi.(v)Shri Anil Sinha, Chairperson, Integrated Desgin Services and IndustryProgrammes & Projects, National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad.(vi) Professor Hemant Nagdive, Director, JJ School of Arts, Mumbai.(vii) Shri Bazil Shaikh, Chief General Manager, RBI, Mumbai.Meetings of this Jury were held on 29/30 September, 2009 in Indira GandhiNational Centre for Arts, New Delhi and on 16th November, 2009 in Reserve Bankof India, New Delhi for evaluation of entries. Out of more than 25,000 entriesreceived by this Committee, only 3331 were eligible entries. Out of these 3331entries, only five final entries have been short-listed and selected by this jury.
The
criteria
adopted by the
Jury
in short-listing the
5 Symbols
was that the
Symbol
should represent the
historical and cultural ethos of the country
as widely acceptedacross the Country and that the
Symbol
has to be in the Indian National Languagescript or a visual representation. The second stage of selection focused on finer detailssuch as whether the symbol.
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(i) is distinct;(ii) can evoke a ready recall in India as well as internationally;(iii) is not unduly cluttered, i.e. simplicity;(iv) has strength of design;(v) is easy to write and typecast; and (vi) has integrity, unity of form and compact look I am presenting below the following 5 Symbols approved and short-listed by theSmt.Usha Thorat Committee. The Committee has claimed that the proposal hasbeen prompted by the growing influence of the Indian economy in the global arena and that thea short-listed five symbols for the Indian rupee drawn up theCommittee, reflect the Indian ethos and culture. According to the Committee, likethe US Dollar ($) and the Japanese Yen (¥), the new Indian Rupee too will soonhave a unique sign that will be recognized worldwide.
The 5 short-listed symbolsThe symbols above are a mischievously political and lethal combination of thepredatory Islamic Crescent and the Christian Cross --- global symbols of barbarous violence of the two alien Abrahamic Faiths during the last 1, 500 years.I would like to raise the following questions in this context:a) From when did the CHRISTIAN AND THE ISLAMIC CRESCENT become theShining Symbols of Indian ethos and culture?b) From the days of Islamic marauders like Mir Kasim who invaded Sind in 712AD?c) From the days of Mohammed of Ghazni who
raped north western India
and
destroyed the Somnath temple
in the 1
st
quarter of the 11
th
century between 1009AD and 1025 AD?d) From the days of Mohammed Ghori who raided and ransacked north-westernIndia in the last 2 decades of the 12
th
century?e) From the days of Portuguese Inquisition of Goa initiated by St.Francis Xavier in1540 AD?
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