Friday, May 13, 2005

Sewa International UK Team : Short Videos & a Presentation

Please find below links to various Short Videos & a Presentation regarding the work done by Sewa International UK for both the Tsunami Appeal and the Gujarat Earthquake Appeal.

We hope that you take a few minutes to view the videos in order to see exactly the types of rehabilitation projects that have been completed from funds collected in the United Kingdom.

Please forward to all on your email contact lists.

Best regards

Sewa International UK Team

1. Video: Sewa International UK's Tsunami Earthquake Appeal

2. Video: Sewa International UK's Gujarat Earthquake Rehabilitation Projects

3. Video: BBC News Coverage of Sewa International UK's Gujarat
Earthquake Rehabilitation Projects

4. PowerPoint Presentation: Sewa International UK's Tsunami Earthquake Appeal

5. Video: UK Delegation's visit to see Gujarat Earthquake
Rehabilitation Projects funded by people of the UK (Part 1)

Video: UK Delegation's visit to see Gujarat Earthquake Rehabilitation
Projects funded by people of the UK (Part 2)

The videos and other information about the work carried out by our
dedicated volunteers can also be found on our website


At 7:15 AM, Blogger Naxal Watch said...

Mother Teresa's millions

June 22, 2005

To the title of this article I would append another rhetorical question. Where is the Missionaries of Charity today-- and its head Sister Nirmala?

When I pointed out in my article "The Real Mother Teresa" (which is reprinted in my book A Hindu View of the World, New Delhi: Voice of India) that Mother Teresa was mainly a fund-raiser for the Vatican and her charities were all but defunct if not outright fabrications, people attacked me with a fury. All you have to do is go to Kolkotta and see for yourself what her wonders are really like.

A question: why was Missionaries of Charity missing in action when the tsunami struck? But the same entity under Mother Teresa descended on Bhopal soon after the Union Carbide disaster-- not to help the victims, but appeal to everyone to "forgive." Forgive whom? Surely not the victims of the tragedy? They needed help not forgiveness from any sins. But to forgive Union Carbide and its chief Anderson, for they were the ones with the money to donate. This also gives the clue to their absence during the tsunami tragedy: there was little money to be made.

This brings us to my other point : why is the Missionaries of Charity under Mother Teresa's successor Sister Nirmala moribund and virtually anonymous? Is it because she is a dark-skinned Nepali while Teresa was a white-skinned European? When we see Sonia Gandhi — barely literate herself — terrorizing the Indian intelligentsia it is hard to avoid the suspicion that it was not Mother Teresa's charity work so much as her skin color that made her a celebrity and a fund-raising success.

Neither Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu (Mother Teresa) nor Antonia Maino (aka Sonia Gandhi) would have escaped the sordid surroundings of their birth but for the hospitality of Indians steeped in their sense of racial inferiority.

In his famous Civil Rights speech the late Dr. Martin Luther King said:

"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character."

That day is yet to dawn in India, though it apparently has in the supposedly racist America. Can one imagine someone like Dr. Condoleeza Rice or General Colin Powell rising to the highest office in the Congress Party as long as the "dynasty" with even a trace of European blood is about? See what happened to Narasimha Rao even after his death.

Is this the future that our youth has to face?

N.S. Rajaram

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