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Upananda Brahmachari | HENB | Haridwar | July 15, 2018:: The utterly shocking confession of arrested Sister Conselia of the Missionaries of Charity of Ranchi (Jharkhand) unit to having sold three babies for money and giving away of the fourth baby for free during interrogations by the Jharkhand Police has put the Catholic Church of India into a tight spot for defending the crime and crying wolf over deliberate ‘victimization’. The Jharkhan Police has published the video of related confession of Sister Conselia through the news agency ANI’s twitter handle+.
Even after this conspicuous revelation, the Church Brigade, Bishops’ Fraternity and the Paid Propagandist like Sagarika Ghose. Aurandhuti Ray, Mamata Banerjee+ all jumped into the cisterns of the Missionaries to clear the evidences of sins of baby selling and others committed by the evangelic agents in sex, trafficking and mafia rackets.
The Jharkhand Police had taken into custody Sister Conselia, an employee Anima Indwar and a guard involved in the child-trafficking scandal into custody. During the questioning, Sister Conselia and Anima Indwar confessed to the crime of selling the babies for money.
The Bishop of Ranchi Theodore Mascarenhas speaking on behalf of the Catholic Church to NDTV stated, “The nun has told their lawyer that she was made to sign under force. She was pressurized. The sisters are absolutely innocent. I am appealing to all, allow them to do their work in peace. He further went to term it as a systemic maligning. “The First Information Report seems to have accused the Sister of being responsible for baby sale. I want to make it absolutely clear that a whole organisation cannot be maligned for one or two people. The police are treating the whole of Mother Teresa’s organisation as a criminal gang,” he further stated.
While Jharkhand Police continues with its probe in the Ranchi case and with the likelihood of the Centre instituting a nation-wide probe into the Catholic Church’s most venerated “Missionaries of Charity” of Saint Mother Theresa – it must be highlighted to the http://www.hinduexistence.org readers that this Ranchi child trafficking scandal is not the first time that the Missionaries of Charity have been accused of such a crime. In 2011, Missionaries of Charity were accused of child-trafficking in Sri Lanka too.
The Sri Lankan media in 2011 reported that Sister Mary Eliza, from the Missionaries of Charity – Prem Nivasa – was imprisoned after being sentenced by a judge of illegal trafficking in children. She was the first nun of Missionaries of Charity to be arrested since the congregation was formed. After three-days she was granted bail. Following that, a court in Sri Lanka has issued a ban on ‘Prem Nivasa’ – Missionaries of Charity convent, Moratuwa preventing it giving children to foreigners for adoption.The Colombo Magistrate Court issued the ban on the request of the National Child Protection Authority (NCPA) of Sri Lanka. The NCPA told the court that there had been a large number of child adoptions to foreigners by the Prem Nivasa orphanage over the past five years which have to be investigated.
The Catholic Church in Sri Lanka reacted similar to the Catholic Church in India. The Archdiocese of Colombo has categorically denied this; a church statement said: “We never involve in selling these precious lives of the children and never take money for our work.”
The church also accused the Sri Lankan media of trying to stoke public anger over the issue.
The problem staring the Catholic Church in India is that they have cried victim as insinuated by the statements of the Bishop of Ranchi but a similar child-trafficking racket had emerged in Sri Lanka too and the accused has confessed to the crime, raising serious questions to whether there is a child-trafficking racket in some of the centres.
Interestingly, the Sri Lanka child-trafficking case had an India angle. The accused Mother Superior Sister Mary Eliza was an Indian and worked in Sri Lanka on a transfer from India.
Nepal is also importantly figured in the Missionary of Charity’s record book of conversion and baby selling as Sister Nirmala Joshi, the immediate successor to Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity was a Nepali woman.
But, this rackets of baby selling or child trafficking network by the missionaries is not confined into India, Sri Lanka or Nepal. A BBC documentary in 2011 exposed 50 yrs scandal of baby trafficking by Catholic Church in Spain+.
As per Daily Mail, 300,000 babies were stolen from their parents – and sold for adoption. The children were trafficked by a secret network of doctors, nurses, priests and nuns in a widespread practice that began during General Franco’s dictatorship and continued until the early Nineties.
So, the child trafficking, illegal adoption networks controlled by Catholic churches including running illegal sex rackets to produce more babies inside the Church fraternity are nothing new to us. But, conferring the Sainthood upon such a criminal who sacrificed her life to convert the poor and distress Indians into Christianity in the name of ‘Service to Mankind’ is a total disgrace to the Indians as a whole.
Taking such words from me may create indigestion to the readers. But, don’t forget Cristopher Hitchens, the late British-American journalist who depicted Mother Teresa as “a fanatic, a fundamentalist, and a fraud+”. In his take in Slate Magazine, Hitchens blasted Mother Teresa through and article “Mommie Dearest” in 2003+. Incredibly, Hitchens exposed Mother Teresa’s Trillion dollar business through Missionaries of Charity involving pain, suffering, exploitation, superstitions, extrusion, misappropriation in the ‘Service of Lord’. In his book, The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice+, Hitchens established that Mother Teresa was less interested in helping the poor than in using them as an indefatigable source of wretchedness on which to fuel the expansion of her fundamentalist Roman Catholic beliefs.
But, the paid propagandists in Indian Media, Politics and so called Intellectuals do not belief the versions of eminent journalist Cristopher Hitchens or the reputed researchers like Serge Larivée and Genevieve Chenard from the University of Montreal as well as Carole Sénéchal from the University of Ottawa. Serge Larivée, Genevieve Chenard and Carole Sénéchal proved Mother Teresa as an angel of anti-abortion, divorce, and contraception+.
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has been denouncing the tricky conversion, humanity abuse game and child trafficking network and baby selling rackets of Missionaries of Charities for years. Now, RSS has demanded the withdrawal of the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honour, conferred posthumously on Mother Teresa in 1980+.
Rajiv Tuli, RSS’s Delhi unit publicity head demanded a strict probe on Missionaries of Charity which earns a huge unaccounted foreign money through various discreet sources only for the Indian evangelic entourage to run Jesus Mission to make India as a Christian State.
At the latest, the liberal thinker of international fame and exiled writer Taslima Nasreen twitted in this trail saying, “Mother Teresa charity home sells babies, it is nothing new. Mother Teresa was involved with many illegal, inhumane, immoral, unethical, unprincipled, wicked, fraudulent, barbaric acts. Please don’t try to protect criminals only because they are famous.”
In an essay (in Bengali) written in 2016 under the title, “Mother Teresa ki goriber bandhu chilen?” (Was Mother Teresa a friend of the poor?), Taslima narrated Mother Teresa as a fraud to exploit the poverty of the poor for her personal gain and to get in heaven. Taslima explained Teresa as superstitious woman who even denied the women rights of abortion or divorce. Even Mother Teresa did not establish any Hospital to treat the poor patients with modern facilities. Her sole aim was to get any Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh Muslim under poverty and distress and make them Christians ultimately.
I also doubt about the patriotism of Mother Teresa in Indian context. Her legacy was set with the Papacy and Vatican. I never seen her with a pride of Indian National Flag or getting the words ‘Jai Hind’ from her. These are quiet expected from any Indian citizen. Teresa was a tremendous tool for the Catholic aggravation in India and some parts in South and East Asia for which the Catholic lobby recommended the Noble Prize for her very disgustingly. The Bharat Ratna and Nobel to Mother Teresa were nothing but a travesty on truth and peace.
But, Mother Teresa is still in the hearts of Mamata Banerjee, Sagarika Ghose. Aurandhuti Ray, Rajdeep Sardeshai, Pranoy Ray, Thomas D’Souza, John Dayal and many in an dark about the Angel of the Hell.
Able Hindus and liberals in media, politics, administration, social and intellectual field must not bear with the ‘illegal, inhumane, immoral, unethical, unprincipled, wicked, fraudulent, barbaric acts’ of Mother Teresa and her mischievous Missionaries of Charity.
Yes, Taslima is right. We must not try to protect the criminals only because they are famous.
__This is an compilation work from various sources. Courtesy to Goa Chronicle and all links used above.