“witch hunt” against a wholly innocent and fully integrated British Hindu community?

 

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  26th July 2018
 DISSOLVING CASTE CONSCIOUSNESS
  “The Governments announces its Caste Consultation conclusion  confirming that this is NOT “a real life issue”.
Hindus & Non Hindus must now consider theoverwhelming evidence pointing to institutionalised

“Hindu-odium” the colonialists hatred for Hindus. 

The EHRC, The House of Lords, the Labour & LibDem leadership  must be asked to clarify and substantiate their prejudiced actions.”  

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We have already established beyond doubt that:-ccc download
 
  • The  current manifestation of the “Caste System” structure in India was  consciously constructed by the Christian Anglican rulers of Colonial India
    • The Dalits as a crushed community were deliberately created by the Criminal Tribes Act of 1871.

… and many other hitherto conveniently overlooked inconvenient historical facts, all of which are available for download in our report . 

 

The British Government has now agreed that the evidence for the existence of caste discrimation presented was woefully inadequate and wholly unreliable. 

So the question remains … Why did Lord Harries and other peers initiate what can only be described as a “witch hunt” against a wholly innocent and fully integrated British Hindu community?

If such a “hate speech” motivated pogram can find broad institutional support in this day and age, what hope is there for community cohesion and integration?

The NCHT(UK)’s initial response can be found here

Sincere thanks to all who helped challenge and defeat this assault on British Hindus, Sikhs,  Jains and Buddhists ie on the minority Dharmic religious traditions.

NCHT(UK) executive.


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Europeans brought their caste system into India

By:Surinder Jain, 2nd July 2018.

It is known what the word caste used so commonly in India comes from ‘casta’ in Portuguese. In Spanish America (and many other places), racial categories were formal legal classifications. Racial categories had legal and social consequences, since racial status was an organizing principle of Spanish colonial rule.

The system of castas was more than socio-racial classification. It had an effect on every aspect of life, including economics and taxation. Both the Spanish colonial state and the Church required more tax and tribute payments from those of lower socio-racial categories.[1][2]

Spanish ideas about purity of blood (which historically also related to its reconquest of Spain from the Moors), the colonists established a caste system in Latin America by which a person’s socio-economic status generally correlated with race or racial mix in the known family background, or simply on phenotype (physical appearance) if the family background was unknown.

Other methods of categorization were based on the degree of acculturation to Hispanic culture, which distinguished between gente de razón (Hispanics, literally, “people of reason”) and gente sin razón (non-acculturated natives), concurrently existed and supported the idea of the racial classification system. Castas is a Spanish word that is used in New Mexico history to describe pueblo people and New Mexicans. During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, European elites created a complex hierarchical system of race classification. 

Cagots (a minority found in the west of France and northern Spain) were forced to use a side entrance to churches, often an intentionally low one to force Cagots to bow and remind them of their subservient status.[10] This practice, done for cultural rather than religious reasons, did not change even between Catholic and Huguenot areas. They had their own holy water fonts set aside for Cagots, and touching the normal font was strictly forbidden.[11] These restrictions were taken seriously; in the 18th century, a wealthy Cagot had his hand cut off and nailed to the church door for daring to touch the font reserved for “clean” citizens.[12]

Holy water font for Cagots in Oloron cathedral, Béarn

Cagots were expected to slip into churches quietly and congregate in the worst seats. They received the host in communion only at the end of a stick. Many Bretons believed that Cagots bled from their navel on Good Friday.[7]

 

A page from the manuscript Seventy-two Specimens of Castes in India, which consists of 72 full-color hand-painted images of men and women of various religions, occupations and ethnic groups found in Madura, India in 1837, which confirms the popular perception and nature of caste as Jati, before the British made it applicable only to Hindus grouped under the varna categories from the 1901 census onwards.

It is this system of “casta” that was applied by the British in India to classify Indian society into castes and then mistakenly assumed a caste (jati) to be a part of the four varnas.

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