Now it is the turn of the 10 rupee coin!
Long awaited Rs. 10 Coin is now officially in circulation. Please go through the enclosed notification issued by RBI.
The Central Government has issued a new 10 Rupee Coin with a ‘Christian crusader’s cross’ on side of the coin presented on the right above. Though the year 2006 is inscribed on one side of the coin displayed above, yet the fact that has to be noted is that it has been reported only today that such a coin has just been issued. In 2006, the UPA Government had issued a 2 Rupee Coin with the same Christian Crusader’s Cross on one side. Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi had taken this issue to the pointed attention of the people of Gujarat during his campaign in December 2007 Gujarat Assembly election rallies. After much popular protest this coin was surreptitiously withdrawn without much ado. I am displaying below the photographs of TWO SIDES of both the 2 Rupee Coin and the 1 Rupee Coin, to illustrate my point.
The Double-Barreled Christian Cross can be seen on 2 Rupee Coin on the left side above. The common and usual market-place Christian Cross can be seen on 1 Rupee Coin on the right side above. Later when there were wide-spread protests, the UPA Government, in the manner of an illicit distiller and dealer in contra-band opium, quietly withdrew those coins from circulation and replaced those coins with the newly designed coins shown below.
Please see the Thumbs Up design of 1 Rupee Coin on the left above. Please also see the 2 finger sign on the 2 Rupee Coin on the right above.
What is the difference between the Christian Cross seen on 2 Rupee Coins minted in 2006 and 1 Rupee Coins minted in 2005? The Christian Cross put into the 2 Rupee Coins issued in 2006 was a calculated and mischievous pseudo-secular experiment deriving its sanction from Suppressio Veri Suggestio Falsi (suppression of truth and suggestion of falsehood) for which the UPA Government in general and the Congress Party in particular own global monopolistic patents. Perhaps there was an element or grain of vagueness about it. Such vagueness or ambiguity or ambivalence as existed about the Christian Cross on the 2 Rupee Coins of 2006, was completely removed in respect of the 1 Rupee Coins of 2005. The Christian Cross inscribed on the 1 Rupee Coins of 2005 makes it loud and clear that it is a routine Christian Cross and the main aim of the UPA Government is the enforced Evangelization of India.
This indeed is unfortunate. Who is behind all this calculated national mischief? Is it the Congress Party and its pseudo-secular anti-Hindu allies? Is it Sonia Gandhi and her caucus with its own convoluted conduit pipes? Is it an over enthusiastic Christian bureaucrat dreaming of a Padma Award or some sinecure post of Governor of a State or Diplomatic post abroad after his retirement? These are the questions that can be asked by every responsible and enlightened patriotic citizen heroically fighting against national subversion and national sabotage in India today.
This nefarious process set in motion in 2004 has been taken to the next definitive stage with the recent notification of the RBI relating to the new 10 Rupee Coins bearing the same Christian Crusader’s Cross which was put on 2 Rupee Coin minted in 2006. Anybody can see that the 2 Rupee Coin minted in 2006 bearing the ‘Christian Crusader’s Cross’ shown above resembles the Gold Coin issued by Louis the Pious (778 AD-840 AD), also known as Louis I, Louis the Fair, and Louis the Debonaire. He was Emperor and King of France from 814 to his death in 840. He issued a coin bearing a Christian Crusader’s Cross which has been copied by the Mint Master who included the same Cross on one side of the new 2 Rupee coin minted in 2006. Now the same Christian Crusader’s Cross has again been minted on one side of the 10 Rupee Coin presented at the top of this article. I am presenting below the photographs of the two sides of the Gold Coin issued by Louis the Pious in 820 AD.
Gold Coin issued by Louis the Pious in 820 AD
Please see the Christian Crusader’s Cross on the Left side of the coin above. The same Crusader’s Cross was minted on one side of the 2 Rupee Coin in 2006 which has also been displayed above. As I have observed earlier, the Government of India used the routine Cross on one side of the 1 Rupee Coin minted in 2005. When there was a massive public outcry against these Christian Coins, the UPA Government quietly withdrew these coins from circulation. After observing a lull period of cultural armistice against the besieged Hindus of India, Sonia led UPA Government has now come out with 10 Rupee Coin bearing the same Christian Crusader’s Cross of Louis the Pious (French Emperor from 814 AD to 840 AD).
I am presenting below the different types of Crosses, including the Crusader’s Cross issued by Louis the Pious in the 9th Century.
The VIII Cross shown above is the Christian Crusader’s Cross which was minted in 2 Rupee Coin in 2006 and has again been minted in 10 Rupee Coin also shown as minted in 2006. Even a casual observer cannot miss noticing the fact that there is usually a planned gestation period of 4 years in the Gorilla cultural assaults on the soul of Bharat Mata launched by the UPA Government!
In VIII Christian Crusader’s Cross shown above, we can see that there are 4 Dots in the Cross, two on either side of the vertical line of the Cross. During the days of the Crusades and the Byzantine Empire, they were known a Besant or Besants. Besant was also called solidus, a gold coin of the Roman Empire used in Europe until the 15th century. Four dots (Besants) on the cross of Louis the Pious (9th century) later evolved into the ‘Jerusalem Cross’ which was used as a coat of arms for the Latin kingdom in Jerusalem. It was also called ‘Crusader’s Cross’ during the Crusades. The four small dots (later small crosses) are symbolic of the four Gospels proclaimed to the four corners of the earth, beginning in Jerusalem. Four canonical gospels are attributed to the Four Evangelists: Gospel of Matthew, Gospel of Mark, Gospel of Luke and Gospel of John. The large cross symbolizes the person of Christ. ‘Go into the whole world and proclaim the Gospel to every creature. He who believes and is baptized will be saved; he who does not believe will be condemned’ (Mk 16:15-16).
Two years back, when the UPA government issued 2 Rupee Coin with the same Christian Crusader’s Cross (Jerusalem Cross) on one side. Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi strongly took up this issue to the notice of the people in Gujarat during the December 2007 Gujarat assembly election meetings. After much public protest this coin was withdrawn.
Narendra Modi showing to the people 2 Rupee Coin with Christian Crusader’s Cross
Now again, the central government has come with Rs 10 coin depicting the same Christian Crusader’s Cross (Jerusalem cross). It is same story again as was the case couple of years ago with 2 rupee coin.
In this terrible context of UPA Government’s savage assault on the soul of Bharat Mata (Our Nation) today, I cannot help quoting the immortal words of Shri Aurobindo from his last political speech at Uttarpara on 30 May, 1909: ‘I say it again today, but I put it in another way. I say no longer that nationalism is a creed, a religion, a faith; I say that it is the SANATAN DHARMA WHICH FOR US IS NATIONALISM. This Hindu nation was born with the Sanatan Dharma; with it, it moves; and with it, it grows. When the Sanatan Dharma declines, then the nation declines, and if the Sanatan Dharma were capable of perishing, then along with the Sanatan Dharma, the nation would also perish. The Sanatan Dharma, is indeed nationalism. This is the message that I have to speak to you’. If India is held together, it is because of SANATANA DHARMA’’. The ideology of Sonia Congress Government today is to decimate every trace of Sanatana Dharma on the soil of India.