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MALAYSIA DEMOLISHES SCORES OF HINDU TEMPLES

MALAYSIA DEMOLISHES SCORES OF HINDU TEMPLES

79 Hindu Temples in Malaysia Being Demolished, Relocated
Next to Sewage Tanks, Being Served Notice for Demolishment,
or Burnt to the Ground

Monday, July 2, 2007
1:43 AM  

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-From 22.2.2006 TO 13.6.2007 (one year and four months),

79 HINDU TEMPLES IN MALAYSIA WERE FACED WITH:
BEING DEMOLISHED, GIVEN NOTICE TO BE DEMOLISHED,
RELOCATED NEXT TO SEWERAGE TANKS, BURNT TO THE GROUND, OR
DEITIES FORCIBLY REMOVED

Over the last 15 years, Hindu temples in Malaysia are being
demolished at the rate of ONE temple in every THREE weeks.

According Mr. P. Waytha Moorthy, Chairman HINDRAF (Hindu
Rights Action Force):

-From 22.2.2006 to 13.6.2007 (about one year and four
months) HINDRAF have recorded 79 Hindu temples to have been
unlawfully unconstitutionally and with impunity demolished,
given notice to be demolished, burnt down, relocated next
to sewerage tanks deities removed etc.

-From 22.2.2006 to 26.6.2006, 99 police reports have been
lodged in respect of the said Hindu temple demolishments.
Not a single criminal has been prosecuted as of date.

-From 22.2.2006 to 26.6.2006, HINDRAF have written 74
letters and memorandums to the Attorney-General and the
relevant state authorities, but are yet to receive a single
response.

For more details, contact:

P. Waytha Moorthy, Chairman HINDRAF (Hindu Rights Action
 Force)
No. 135-3-A, Jalan Toman 7,Kemayan Square,70200 Seremban,
 Negeri Sembilan. Tel : 06-7672995/6 , Fax: 06-7672997
 Email: way…@hotmail.com

FIFTEEN (15) HINDU TEMPLES DEMOLISHED IN THE KLANG VALLEY

1. The Shri Ayyanar Sathiswary Alayam Temple (more than 65
years) Jalan Davies was demolished on 22.2.2006 and the
statues buried at site.

2. The Malaimel Shri Selva Kaliamman Temple Pantai(more
than 100 years) was demolished on 17.4.2006 by the Kuala
Lumpur City Hall.

3. The Vaalmuniswarar Rajaamman Kovil(more than 60 years)
at Lady Templer Hospital demolished on the 3.05.2006 by
City Hall Kuala Lumpur.

4. Shri Kaliamman temple at Midlands Estate, Seksyen 7,
Shah Alam (more than 100 years) was demolished by the Shah
Alam City Hall on 9.5.2006.

5. The Shri Balakrishan Muniswarer temple in Setapak (more
than 60 years) was partly demolished on 11.05.2006 by the
Kuala Lumpur City Hall.

6. The Shri Balakrishan Muniswarer temple in Setapak was
completely demolished and deities broken up on 8.6.2006.

7. The demolished Shri Kaliamman temple at Midlands Estate,
Seksyen 7, Shah Alam was demolished for a second time on
the 12.06.2006 wherein 3 main Hindu deities were hammered
and smashed up to pieces with a sledge hammer by the Shah
Alam City Council enforcement officers.

8. On 1.08.2006 the Om Shri Sakti Nagamma Allaya Hindu
Temple in Taman Shri Manja, PJS 3/30 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor was demolished by the Petaling Jaya City Council.

9. Demolishment of the Shri Subramaniam temple in Country
Homes, Rawang, Selangor, Malaysia on 29.09.2006.

10. On 31.10.2006 Shri Muniswarar Temple (more than a 100
years old) which was built on private land in Bandar
Rinching, Semenyih Selangor was demolished.

11. The demolishment of the Devi Shri Karumaniamman Hindu
Temple, Petaling Jaya Utara, Section 21, Kampung Taman Aman
on 30.11.2006.

12. On 29.12.2006 Shri Muniswarar Temple (more than a 100
years old) which was built on private land in Bandar
Rinching, Semenyih Selangor was demolished.

13. On 22/2/2007 the Shri Maha Nageswari Hindu Temple in
Taman Cahaya 7, Ampang, Selangor Darul Ehsan was
demolished.

14. On 15.5.2007, the JKR Shri Muniswarar Hindu Temple,
Jalan Kapar, Klang was demolished.

15. On 13.6.2007 the Shri Kaliaman Hindu temple in Midlands
estate Shah Alam was demolished.

FOUR (4) OTHER DEMOLISHED HINDU TEMPLES LOCATED OUTSIDE
KLANG VALLEY BUT WITHIN PENINSULAR MALAYSIA:-

16. The Demolishment of the Shri Maha Sivalingaeswarrar
Hindu Temple, Batu 7, Gemas Tampin 10/04/2002.

17. The 80 year old Shri Muthumariamman Alayam Hindu Temple
in Skudai Johor Bahru was demolished in August 2006.

18. Statutes from Sungai Wangi Mathurai Veeran Temple (60
years old) in Sitiawan, Kampung Tirali, 9th Mile Jalan Air
Tawar, Sungai Wangi Estate, Perak were hammered, smashed up
and thrown into a drain and temple demolished on 17.10.2006
by the Manjung District Council.

19. The 55 year old Kaliaman Alayam Hindu Temple in Taman
Impiana Mengelembu in Ipoh was demolished on 27/11/2006.

THIRTY ONE (31) HINDU TEMPLES WITHIN THE KLANG VALLEY THAT
HAS BEEN THREATENED WITH DEMOLISHMENT NOTICE:-

20. Kuil Hindu Shri Mariaman di Seksyen 11, Shah Alam has
been given notice to the demolished on 26.4.2006 from the
Shah Alam Municipal Council.

21. The Shri Maha Mariamman Temple Taman Intan Baiduri
Selayang has been given notice to be demolished recently
(Nanban June 2006)

22. The Shri Subramaniam Temple Kg.Jawa Klang(107 years
old) has been given notice to be demolished (June 2006).

23. The Mariamman Temple Jalan Meru Bandar Setia Alam, Shah
Alam (101 years old) has been given notice to be demolished
(June 2006)

24. The Kg.Jawa Mariamman Temple (more than 120 years) has
been given notice to be demolish (June 2006).

25. The Shri Maha Laxhsmi temple in Sunway has been given
notice to be demolished by the Petalaing Jaya City Council
in June 2006.

26. The Shri Angineer Temple in Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Kuala
Lumpur built on a private land has been given notice to be
demolished by the Kuala Lumpur City Manager(June 2006).

27. Shri Mahamariaman Hindu Temple in Kg Semarak, Old Klang
Road has been threatened with demolishment five (5) times
before on TOL Land-Nanban(6/7/06) pg. 12

28. Shri Sai Bala Raman Hindu Temple in Klang Jaya is being
threatened with demolishment – Nesan (7/7/06)

29. 101 year old Dewi Shri Karumari Aman Temple in 4 1/2
Mile Jalan Meru, Klang was ordered closed by Selangor State
Government on 10.07.2006 and thereafter the said temple is
threatened to be demolished to make way for housing
development.

30. The 101 year old Thevy Shri Karumariamman temple’s
Bandar Setia Alam, Shah Alam access road to be closed on
10.7.2006 by the Selangor State Government and later to be
demolished to make way for a private housing development.

31. Arun Estate Temple in Shah Alam- Nesan (12/7/06) pg. 6

32. In July 2006 the 110 year old Tepi Sungai JKR Mariaman
Temple was given notice to be demolished.

33. In July 2006 the Shri Muniswarar temple in Jalan Air
Panas Baru Setapak was given notice to be demolished.

34. In July 2006, the Shri Jada Muniswarar Hindu Temple in
Danau Kota, Kuala Lumpur was given notice to be demolished.

35. Jedda Manismanar Hindu Temple in Jalan Setapak was
informed to vacate is being threatened with demolishment –
Nesan(17/8/06)

36. Shri Maha Megeswari Hindu Temple in Lembah Jaya, Ampang
is being threatened with demolishment -Nesan(20/8/06)

37. Muniswarar Hindu Temple in Bandar Baru Ampang is being
threatened with demolishment -Nesan(20/8/06)

38. Shri Sakti Vinayar Hindu Temple in Kampung Ampang Indah
is being threatened with demolishment -Nesan(20/8/06)

39. Mariaman Hindu Temple in Kg Tasik Permai, Ampang is
being threatened with demolishment -Nesan(20/8/06)

40. Siti Subramariam Hindu Temple in Kg Tasik Permai,
Ampang is being threatened with demolishment –
Nesan(20/8/06)

41. Shri Mariaman Temple (60 years old) in Section 18 given
notice to relocate on 18/10/2006.

42. Shri Kaliaman Temple (80 years old) in Section 18 given
notice to relocate on 18/10/2006.

43. Shri Vinayagar Temple (80 years old) in Section 18
given notice to relocate on 18/10/2006.

44. Shri Mariaman Temple (109 years old) in Section 19
which has a sacred 100 year old tree given notice to
relocate on 18/10/2006.

45. Shri Mariaman Temple (100 years old) in Section 15
given notice to relocate on 18/10/2006.

46. Shri Maha Mariaman Hindu Temple in Section 11 given
notice to relocate on 18/10/2006.

47. The 80 year old Shri Athi Muniswara Temple in Jalan
Semarak, off Jalan Gurney in Kuala Lumpur was given notice
to be demolished on 19.10.2006.

48. On 21.11.2006 the Sivaksakthi Linggeswara Hindu Temple
in Kampung Tropikana, Jalan Padang Tembak, Subang Jaya
given notice to be demolished.

49. The Shri Kamatchie Amman Telecoms Temple Cheras (more
than 100 years) is being threatened with demolishment.

50. Despite receiving recognition from UNESCO, Nageswari
Hindu Temple in Bangsar is being threatened with
demolishment.

SEVENTEEN (17) OTHER HINDU TEMPLES LOCATED OUTSIDE THE
KLANG VALLEY BUT WITHIN PENINSULA MALAYSIA THAT HAS BEEN
THREATENED WITH DEMOLISHMENT:-

51. The Shri Muniswarar Aalayam Seremban (150 years) and a
150 year old Raintree have been threatened with
demolishment since March 2006 by the District and Land
Office .

52. On 26.6.2006 the 110 year old the Shri Chinna Karuppan
Temple in Masai Johor was given notice to be demolished.

53. The 60 year old Saiva Muniswarar Temple Temple in
Sg.Petani Kedah given notice to be demolished (Nanban
29.6.2006 pg 4)

54. Shri Muthumariaman Aman Skudai Hindu Temple (70 years
old) in Lindon Estate risks being demolished- Nesan
(3/7/06) pg. 7

55. Shri Muniswarar Temple in Slim River- Nesan (14/7/06)

56. On 15.7.2006 the Muniswarar Temple in Sitiawan was
given notice to be demolished- Nanban(15/7/06)

57. Hindu Temple is being threatened with demolishment –
Nesan (19/7/06) pg. 6

58. Shri Nageswari Amman Alayam Hindu Temple is being
threatened with demolishment – Nesan (19/7/06) pg. 6

59. Muniswarar Hindu Temple is being threatened with
demolishment – Nesan (19/7/06) pg. 6

60. Shri Sakti Viyanayagar Hindu Temple is being threatened
with demolishment – Nesan (19/7/06) pg. 6

61. Shri Maha Mariaman Hindu Temple is being threatened
with demolishment – Nesan (19/7/06) pg. 6

62. Shri Subramaniam Hindu Temple is being threatened with
demolishment -Nesan (19/7/06) pg. 6

63. Muthu Mariaman Hindu Temple in Liutan Estate Skudai
threatened to be demolished on 13.08.06.

64. Shri Subramaniam Hindu Temple in Kampar is being
threatened with demolishment -Nesan(21/8/06)

65. Bangi Mariaman Hindu Temple is being threatened with
demolishment -Nesan(23/8/06)

66. Taman U Hindu Temple in Skudai, Johor Bahru was on the
verge of being demolished when about 600 Hindu devotees
protested on 23.08.06.

67. Shri Mathuraimeeran Hindu Temple in Kampar Taman, Shri
Wangi is being threatened with demolishment –
Nanban(25/8/06).

THREE (3) HINDU TEMPLES THAT HAVE BEEN BURNT TO THE
GROUND:-

68. The Ganggai Muthu Karumariaman temple in PMR Batu
Buntung Estate Kulim, Kedah on 15.5.2006 was torched by
unknown / mysterious criminals.

69. The Shri Kalikambul Kamadeswarar temple in Ebor Estate
Batu Tiga, Shah Alam Selangor.

70. The Shri Kalkattha Kaliamman temple in Kampung Sungai
Kayu Ara, 47400 Petaling Jaya.

SIX (6) TEMPLES FORCED TO BE RELOCATED NEXT TO SEWERAGE
TANKS:-

71. The Shri Muneeswarar JKR Temple, Batu 5/12, Jalan
Kapar, 42100 Klang, Selangor (73 years old) was given
notice to be demolished forced to be relocated next to a
severage tank (June 2006). (Hindraf)

72. Shri Kumaravel Hindu Temple in Kampung Medan, Petaling
Jaya, Selangor was forcibly relocated next to a sewarage
tank, electric station (TNB) and high voltage cable on
14.07.2006 . (Makkal Osai 15.7.06)

73. Mariaman Hindu Temple in Bukit Beonang, Taman Bukit
Melaka forced to relocate next to sewerage tank.(Nanban
25/8/2006)

74. Shri Raja Rajeswarar Hindu Temple in Taman Tunku
Jaafar, Senawang, Seremban. (Hindraf)

75. Mariaman and Perumal Hindu Temple in Puchong Perdana,
Selangor. (DAP sources)

76. Mariaman Temple in Desa Mewah, Sunway Semenyih forcibly
relocated next to a septic tank. (Bandar Rincing, Semenyih
Temple Chairman)

THREE (3) HINDU TEMPLES WHERE DEITIES FORCIBLY REMOVED:-

77. Statues from 73 year old JKR Shri Muniswarar Temple,
Jalan Kapar Klang Temple was forcibly removed and taken
away under mysterious circumstances in July 2006.

78. Deities from the Devi Shri Karumariaman Hindu Temple,
Petaling Jaya Utara, Section 21, Kampung Taman Aman
forcibly removed and left in a construction site.

79. Kaliamman Hindu Temple, Jalan Matin Batu 5 Seremban
(more than 28 years) deities and temple bell was removed.
(Nanban – 3.9.2006)

More at:
http://malaysianunplug.blogspot.com/2007/07/79-hindu-temples-in-malay…

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MALAYSIA SHUTS DOWN NEWSPAPER OVER PICTURE OF JESUS WITH CIGARETTE

Newspaper suspended over Jesus picture

By Julia Zappei, Associated Press Writer
ASSOCIATED PRESS
Friday, August 24, 2007

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia — Malaysia’s government ordered a
Tamil-language daily to immediately halt publication for a
month Friday as punishment for printing an image of Jesus
Christ holding a cigarette, an official with the newspaper
said.

S. M. Periasamy, general manager of Makkal Osai, which
caters to Malaysia’s ethnic Indian minority, said his
office received the directive by fax from the Internal
Security Ministry.

"Of course we are shocked by this. My entire staff are all
in tears. They will lose a month of income," Periasamy
said, adding that the newspaper would abide by the order
but plans to appeal the suspension.

Ministry officials in this Muslim-majority nation could not
immediately be reached for comment.

The newspaper had said it published the photo by mistake
Tuesday and carried a front-page apology Thursday.

Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said Thursday that the
picture was hurtful and an insult to Christians. Kuala
Lumpur archbishop, Murphy Pakiam, criticized the picture as
a "desecration," but later accepted the newspaper’s
apology.

Ethnic Indians comprise 10 percent of Malaysia’s 26 million
people, and are mostly Hindus with a sprinkling of
Christians and Muslims. Chinese, who follow Christianity
and Buddhism, make up 25 percent, while Malay Muslims
comprise 60 percent.

Malaysia’s newspapers operate under government licenses
that bar them from publishing potentially provocative
material on religion, race and other topics.

On Thursday, Periasamy said a graphic artist — who has
since been suspended — downloaded a picture of Jesus from
the Internet for use along with a quote from the Bible on
the paper’s front page on Tuesday. But the artist
overlooked the fact that the picture had been altered to
insert a cigarette in one hand and another object — a can
or a book — in the other, he said.

The Malaysian Indian Congress, a party in Malaysia’s ruling
coalition, had called on the government to close the paper,
which is generally critical of the MIC.

Makkal Osai is one of two Tamil-language newspapers
catering to Malaysia’s largely Tamil-speaking ethnic
Indians. The other newspaper is aligned with the MIC.

More at:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070824/ap_on_re_as/malaysia_jesus_picture

Jai Maharaj
http://tinyurl.com/24fq83
http://www.mantra.com/jai
http://www.mantra.com/jyotish
Om Shanti

Hindu Holocaust Museum
http://www.mantra.com/holocaust

Hindu life, principles, spirituality and philosophy
http://www.hindu.org
http://www.hindunet.org

The truth about Islam and Muslims
http://www.flex.com/~jai/satyamevajayate

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purposes of research and open discussion. The contents of this post may not
have been authored by, and do not necessarily represent the opinion of the
poster. The contents are protected by copyright law and the exemption for
fair use of copyrighted works.
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considered or answered if it does not contain your full legal name, current
e-mail and postal addresses, and live-voice telephone number.
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not necessarily those of the poster who may or may not have read the article.

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which may or may not have been specifically authorized by the copyright
owner. This material is being made available in efforts to advance the
understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic,
democratic, scientific, social, and cultural, etc., issues. It is believed
that this constitutes a ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as
provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title
17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without
profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included
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RUSSIA AIMS TO SELL BHARAT 40 FIGHTERS IN SEPTEMBER

Russia aims to sell India 40 fighters in Sept

News item and informed discussion here:

http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1886306/posts

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MI5 Persecution: Chris Tarrant – 10/March/1999 (220)

Chris Tarrant – 10/March/1999

Certainty level: 25%

This one might be aimed at me, or it might be tinged with a whiff of intent, although I only give one chance in four for Tarrant’s thoughts being aimed
at me when he said this. During his "Who wants to be a Millionaire" TV show in March 1999, he said;

if you’re watching the show jumping up and down screaming at the telly,
remember you could be here. You can either seek professional help or call us…

The background is as follows. In early March I’d sent a quantity of emails to Capital FM, the London radio station where Mr Tarrant has his breakfast
show. They were addressed to the email account which Mr Tarrant used to read emails posted on Capital’s website. Capital objected to the quantity
of emails – in fact, they contacted the Metropolitan Police’s Computer Crime unit, who, in turn, "felt my collar" by giving me a verbal warning
over the phone to cease this behaviour.

The emails contained the words which I had heard Mr Tarrant speak in early 1994, namely;

"You know this bloke? He says we’re trying to kill him.
We should be done for attempted manslaughter".

At the time of writing (May 1999), the Police have not told me what aspect of the emails was "illegal", nor despite my repeated urging have they
questioned Mr Tarrant about his remarks from 1994.

Regarding the clip from Tarrant’s show above. The Police spoke to me on the afternoon of Wednesday 10 March 1999. Tarrant’s live show went out
that same evening. The Police have told me that after speaking to me they told Capital FM that they’d spoken to me regarding the emails. So Tarrant
would have known by the time of the show who’d sent the emails and why…. and it’s quite possible that his remarks about "seeking professional help"
were aimed at me personally following my attempts to persuade him to own up to his 1994 remarks.

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MI5 Persecution: Nicholas Witchell – 10/April/1999 (1443)

Nicholas Witchell – 10/April/1999

Certainty level: 100%

This clip is of Nicholas Witchell reading the BBC2 evening news at 7pm on Saturday 10 April 1999. You have to understand that the psychopaths of
the Security Service consider their abuse of me to be "so funny"; and central to their persecution of me is their inducement of their "bought
journalists" like the BBC’s Nicholas Witchell to laugh at me on television.

So in this clip we see Witchell smirking and grinning while he reads the news. Only part of the news broadcast is shown in the clip; preceding it,
Witchell’s upper lip quivers in mirth for several minutes, until his entire mouth twists into the uncontrollable smile shown in this clip,
through the excuse of a weak non-joke about sports fixtures.

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MI5 Persecution: England expects every man to do his duty (2666)

"England expects every man to do his duty"

Certainty level: 90%

This video clip portrays a fairly-certain case of unpleasant MI5 harassment; because of context, surrounding events,
not just this one happening. It’s the first time an MI5 agent has been caught on video, and, presumably to their chagrin,
their paid agent is either engaging in an onanistic practice, or, more probably, pretending to do so, in order to
carry out an act of harassment.

The background is as follows. In late June 2000 I had posted the following message to Usenet, about MI5′s making
obscene noises at me on several recent occasions;

- Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -

>From: bu…@torfree.net (Mike Corley)
>Subject: relax, don’t do it (mi5 again)
>Date: 22 Jun 2000 00:00:00 GMT

>you will recall that a couple of weeks ago I was supposing what MI5 were
>doing with their ‘single’handed’ posting antics at 2am

>exciting stuff

>so about a week ago someone rings me up at home…. ‘is that Emmanuel
>Goldstein?’ then he phones back the following day and goes ‘huaaaagh’ on
>the phone before dropping the handset in excitement

>and a day or two later, just coming out of our house to put something in
>the rubbish bin, a pair of blokes over the other side of the road, again
>start making orgasmic noises

>I’m not paranoid enough to record minidisc when I pop out for a few
>seconds…… but perhaps I should be

The video clip, which was captured on 1/September/2000, is the culmination of that thread of harassment. You
have to understand that MI5′s abuse is in threads; they choose a topic, and then continue with it for months
and years. Sometimes they drop a topic, usually to be replaced by a worse one, and you never hear of it again.

If the person in the video clip were not an MI5 agent, then he would deserve privacy, despite carrying out a real
or feigned act in a public place. But I am almost 100% sure, because of context, that this man was one of their
operatives, which removes any consideration of privacy from his act. He is facing away and cannot be clearly
identified from this clip. I’ve never seen this man before or since, but that is true of most other such incidents.

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MI5 Persecution: C4 SnowMail – January/2001 (3889)

C4 SnowMail – January/2001

Certainty level: 50%

In January 2001 I signed up for Channel 4 TV News’s email service SnowMail, under an anonymous email address.
Quite soon Jon Snow and others started getting at me in the SnowMail bulletins, so I promptly unsubscribed.
Here are three distributed messages which may be intended to be against me; I have given these items a joint
probability of 50% only, since it is quite difficult to be sure these are against me, although I think they
may well be.

First item is from 5 January 2001. "Back passage contacts" might genuinely be about Labour were communicating
in a shielded way with ITN; but it may be about Snow’s covert communications with me on his programme and in
this bulletin; and it’s a slightly strange thing for him to say, it suggests the human body’s back passage.
"I wish they’d come and talk on our website"…. Snow knows I’m subscribed to his mailing list, and he may be
encouraging me to talk to him by email; again, if that comment were genuinely about Labour, then it would be
a strange thing to say, since the politicians talk to Snow by phone and on his programme, so they wouldn’t talk
to him by email; my suspicion at the time is that he was trying to persuade me to talk to him by email,
so he could decently lie that my thoughts of reference were incorrect.

From: "Snow C4N, Jon"
Subject: Channel 4 News briefing
Date: Fri, 5 Jan 2001 17:15:06 -0000
MIME-Version: 1.0

January 5, 2000

Good afternoon dear viewer,

Well the ‘snowmail’ drew a little ire from Labour HQ yesterday. A sensitive call at 6.35pm from my friendly
mentor there sought to correct the impression I gave in yesterday’s missive that in some way Labour was bounced
into naming these latest millionaire donors. Well I’m afraid they were…rest assured Paul Hamlyn would not have
been named without the diligent sleuthing of my colleagues, and had HE not been named neither would these latest two.

The only serious inaccuracy I must plead to was the promise that we would put these matters to a ‘senior Labour
person’…alas none was forthcoming…I shall make no such rash promise again. My same mentor was on the phone again
during last night’s Channel 4 News urging us to ‘get some reality into the programme’. I fear we may have touched a
sensitive nerve…and the election campaign has not even started, or has it? I shall try to keep you posted with these
‘back passage contacts’ as the campaign unfolds..from all sides. I do wish they’d come and talk things over with all
of us on the web site…here’s an open invitation…

So to today:

Harold Shipman murdered as many as 250 people it now turns out. But he is never to be tried and relatives who seek
closure to their uncertainties will never reap satisfaction..we have the DPP, the Chief Medical Officer and a solicitor
for aggrieved and bereaved families on the programme..the world’s second-worst mass murderer..can he be allowed to
escape further action?

Sending private/sexy emails in company time gets workers the sack..Big Brother spies on office premises..is electronic
life in the work place getting out of hand? We explore what we can…and if you are not sure what you can and can’t
send, our site spells out the legal dos and don’ts and gives you the chance to put your views to us.

The CIA publishes its risk assessment for the world in the coming years..beyond the CIA itself, what’s the biggest
threat to life and liberty? Find out on Channel 4 News..and a major encounter with a man expected to take a top job
in the Bush administration…

And a sumptuous piece from Nicholas Glass in Valencia..a city transformed by a brilliant young architect for half
the price of what the Dome cost us.

Lots moving, see you at 7.00,best as ever,

Jon Snow

The next contact was on 11 January, with the unsubtle words "the lunatics have taken over the newsroom"
from Krishnan GM. The phrase needs no explanation as to why it might be a dig at me.

From: "Guru-Murthy C4N, Krishnan"
Subject: Channel 4 News briefing
Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 16:56:25 -0000
MIME-Version: 1.0

January 11, 2001

Good Afternoon. Jon’s away so the lunatics have taken over the newsroom. I am joined by Samira for tonight’s show.

The Depleted Uranium confusion deepens. What did Ministers and senior officers know about the risks to soldiers?
What did they tell others? And why the lack of candour over the recent documents that have surfaced? Having
dismissed the army report leaked yesterday warning of the dangers of exposure to DU as written by a trainee and
littered with mistakes, the Ministry of Defence now accepts it was written by an experienced officer.
But they won’t say who. More awkwardly it emerges that senior officers decided a month after it was written that
the report should be circulated to all personnel likely to come into contact with DU. But was it? Nobody seems to
know. Our Science Correspondent Andrew Veitch has also visited the lab in Oxford that could begin testing
veterans for Depleted Uranium within six months, but they have had no contact from the government as yet. From
the Tories, Mr Duncan Smith is likely to join us. And we have Defence Secretary Hoon coming into the studio to
answer the obvious (and not so obvious) questions.

No interest rate cut today from the Bank of England, but could it be next month? As real fears are raised about
the likelihood of recession in the US how could it affect us over here? There’s been a recent consensus that
Britain could weather the storm instead of falling into the usual pattern of shadowing American trends. But how
realistic is that? And what about all that inward investment we rely on from the States? Liam Halligan has been
looking at just what impact economic downturn across the water would have on us.

The former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic pleaded not guilty to charges of warcrimes including genocide
today. She was number two to Karazdic and a reputed hardliner during the "ethnic cleansing" of Bosnia.
But has a deal been done on her sentence if found guilty? Just why did she get on a plane and give herself up
to the Hague War Crimes Tribunal? Nobody seems to have any explanation. Her lawyers are asking for special
accommodation and even the possibility of bail. Gaby Rado is there and joining us live is the first Prosecutor
in the Hague Judge Goldstone to discuss whether plea bargains and deals are the only way to get the real villains.

Also the astonishing news that scientists in America have bred the first genetically engineered monkey. What will
they be used for and what’s the next step? Does anybody really believe they won’t do it to humans before too
long? Julian Rush will have details.

All that and loads more at seven. See you then, I hope. Krishnan.

The third and final item is from 24 January, shortly after which I unsubscribed from SnowMail. Again, it is difficult
to be sure if this item refers to me; it may do, it may not do, 50% captures the possibility. Snow refers to
"third leg of [Blair's] political footstool". In English culture "third leg" indicates one’s male member;
Snow’s phrase may be a sexual reference, of which there were others around that time.

From: "Snow C4N, Jon"
Subject: Channel 4 News briefing
Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2001 16:37:36 -0000
MIME-Version: 1.0

January 24, 2001

Good evening dear Channel 4 News viewer,

There are times in this business when you suffer severe attacks of deja vu…haven’t I already said "Mandelson
Resigns!"…I’m afraid I have, and tonight I shall say it again. He’s gone, the fat lady has not only sung but
died completely and utterly on his career…that is the end of the former Northern Ireland Secretary’s political career.

It’s a body blow against Blair for whom Mandelson was a mentor, manipulator, calculator, friend, brother and the
third leg of his political footstool.
It’s a body blow for a Prime Minister who has had to have him resign not once but twice. It calls into question
Tony Blair’s judgement. Mandy, probably one of the most brilliant spirits in politics, flew too close to the
sun…suffering finally at the hand of his own diabolical flaw.
Amazingly it’s a flaw Blair understood more keenly than anyone…

And then there are the Hindujas who have compromised every political party with ridiculous photographed party
poses..who are they and how do they work?
Masses moving on all fronts on this story tonight. We have the resignation speech in full on our site www.channel4.com/news;
if you want to see how Mandelson bowed out.

There are other developments:

The cancer tragedy at Nottingham Queens medical centre..the wrong drug going into the spinal column of an eighteen-year-old
Leukemia victim who’s now in intensive care, dangerously ill…it’s happened before..why has it happened again?

And a moving interview with Sharon Sage who’s mother Lorna Sage wrote a spell binding memoir highly rated in last night’s
Whitbread Prize. An exceptional piece….

A highly political night….see you at seven on four…best, as ever, Jon

After this email I unsubscribed from SnowMail. I could not be sure that these items were or were not about me,
but it’s an unpleasant feeling that Mr Snow might be getting at me in writing, as he certainly was when he watched
me while presenting the news; so I cut my losses, so to speak, and bailed out.

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MI5 Persecution: BBC-TV See You, See Me – 7/Dec/2001 (5112)

BBC-TV "See You, See Me" – 7/Dec/2001

Certainty level: 80%

On Friday 7 December 2001, BBC Schools aired a TV programme from their "See You, See Me" series.
The series was based in Scotland, with Grant Stott and Wilma Kennedy trying to find some stolen jewels.
Its web home is www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/education/seeyouseeme/

The programme appeared to make some "subtext" references to my situation. Kennedy refers to "it’s not fair",
which is a key phrase; its existence started with OCTS MD Hugh S.-W. who humorously referred to my treatment
with the same phrase.
The subtle statement is that it is fair, because we’re doing it, and we’re always right, even when we’re wrong.

The phrase "useless idiot" from the police chief is a clear insult directed at me, and needs no explanation.

But it is the third item in this clip which is most telling. Stott says the words, "humiliating in front of
the whole public, it would crucify us" if the investigation were called off. That’s the phrase that assures
this clip of an 80% probability rating. MI5 are trying to humiliate me "in front of the whole public",
and their strategy is a mixture of ambiguous covert, such as this very programme, and clear overt.

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Review – GODS AND MONSTERS

Review

Gods and monsters

In an era when most British officials were interested only
in exploiting India, a few remarkable men celebrated Hindu
art and culture. William Dalrymple explores the rich legacy
of their collections and commissions

The Guardian
Saturday August 25, 2007

[Caption]  Strangeness and paradox … Shiv and Parvati
Seated on a Terrace, Jaipur, Rajasthan, c1800.
   Photograph: (C) British Museum

In 1805, a young scholar-official of the East India Company
was invalided home to Suffolk at the age of only 35. Edward
Moor had first gone out to India at the age of 11, soon
learnt to speak several Indian languages, and became
passionately interested in the cosmology and beliefs of the
Hindus.

Now, back in England with time on his hands and in an
unfamiliar country he hardly remembered, Moor filled his
time by gathering together and organising the artistic,
anthropological and textual materials he had been
collecting for many years on the deities and images of
Hinduism. Five years later, in 1810, he finally published
his masterwork, The Hindu Pantheon

Written in the same style as other encyclopedias of the
gods of the classical and near-eastern world that were then
being published across Europe, such as John Bell’s New
Pantheon (1790), Moor’s book was the most detailed and
accurate attempt yet by any European scholar to collate and
compare the textual and artistic material on Hinduism. As
well as classifying the complex and elusive universe of the
gods and godlings of India, The Hindu Pantheon was the
first serious analysis in English of the everyday rites and
practices of ordinary Hindus.

Before Moor, British scholars in India had managed to write
some quite amazing nonsense about the Hindus and their
religious practices. Sir William Jones, the pioneering
Sanskrit translator, correctly believed that the ancient
language of the Brahmins was "more perfect than Greek, more
copious than Latin, and more exquisitely refined than
either". Nonetheless, he also passionately believed that
the Hindus were a lost tribe of Egypt. Others in Calcutta
were equally sure that the Jains were confused descendants
of the followers of Pythagoras, and that the three-faced
Maheshamurti image of Shiv was somehow a strange Indian
representation of the Christian Trinity.

So Moor’s work was not flawless. Yet, by and large, The
Hindu Pantheon remains a remarkably encyclopedic and
accurate guide to Indian mythology. It brought together
almost everything that was then known by European
intellectuals about the religion of the Hindus, and
contained reliable descriptions, images and genealogies of
some 2,000 of the major deities. Moor corrected, for
example, the widespread belief that depictions of the half-
man, half-woman Ardhanarishvara Shiv actually showed one-
breasted classical "Amazons", as earlier travellers had
whimsically thought.

Although Moor’s work remained in print for over a century,
he is remembered today less for his scholarship than for
the remarkable Indian paintings, miniatures and artworks he
commissioned and collected as part of his research. These
consisted of over 640 items of Hindu painting and
sculpture, with a special emphasis on the varying
iconographies of the different deities.

Now, as part of the celebrations for the 60th anniversary
of Indian independence, the British Museum is mounting a
remarkable exhibition called Faith, Narrative and Desire:
Masterpieces of Indian Painting in the British Museum. This
shows part of the Moor bequest, as well as many other works
from the museum’s superb and rarely exhibited collection,
concentrating particularly on the Hindu art commissioned
from Indian painters by British patrons. The show is thus a
timely tribute both to the breathtaking skill of the
miniature painters who created the images and to the
curiosity and passion of the early British patrons who
commissioned them.

The finest of the images on display is probably a
remarkable Jaipur-school gouache bought by Moor in Pune,
depicting Shiv and his consort, Parvati. The two divine
lovers sit on a tiger skin draped over a terrace, just
after sunset on a monsoon night. They lean back on lavishly
embroidered bolsters as they enjoy the evening breeze, the
edge of the clouds turning golden in the fading Himalayan
light. Parvati affectionately touches Shiv on his chest;
the latter’s foot nuzzles his consort’s knee.

Yet amid the tender domestic intimacy lies the strangeness
and paradox inherent in a god who is both devoted husband
and turbulent cosmic dancer, at once the ascetic and the
erotic. The skulls of Shiv’s fallen enemies hang from his
shoulders; a snake curls around his neck; the river Ganga
spouts from his matted locks. The exquisite picture was a
particular favourite of Moor, who wrote: "I think it the
most beautiful, highest finished thing I ever saw . . .
painted with consummate skill."

Nearby is another remarkable commission of the same period,
showing Shiv in his form as the wild, fanged yogi Bhairava,
riding upon a giant green parrot amid a shower of yellow
amaltas. Facing it is the wonderful Month of Bhadon, part
of a series of brightly coloured Barahmasa images that Moor
commissioned, illustrating verses of Keshav Das on the
different seasons and the emotions that are connected with
them. The turbulence of the thunder of the monsoon mirrors
the emotional upheaval of the lovers Radha and Krishna, who
sit enraptured at the centre of the picture. On a rooftop
chattri-pavilion above, Krishna’s favourite bird, the
peacock, displays his magnificent fan of tail feathers;
below, three sporting elephants splash in the rain-swollen
river.

In images such as these, the seasons are used as metaphors
for the emotions, and the scenery is the landscape of the
imagination. Such images were painted not to be shown in a
picture gallery or hung on a wall in the European fashion,
but to be collected in folders and enjoyed with a group of
friends on a terrace in the evening — much the same
setting as Shiv is depicted sitting in. Nevertheless, the
British Museum has made a remarkably good job of displaying
these small but perfect pictures, with lighting carefully
arranged to bring out the burnished gilt of the borders and
the inlaid iridescent beetle wings and carapaces that are
arranged to form the deities’ necklaces and bracelets.
Other paintings illustrating the seasons, from Bundi in
southern Rajasthan and also shown in public for the very
first time, hang nearby.

At a time when British aristocrats were looting every
classical antiquity they could lay their hands on across
the Mediterranean, and shipping home much of their plunder
to the British Museum, few East India Company officials
showed any interest in the art of the Hindus. However, Moor
was not the first British enthusiast to collect Hindu
statuary. That honour goes to Charles "Hindoo" Stuart, a
strange Irishman who, in the 1780s, travelled to India
while still in his teens and seems to have been attracted
to Hinduism almost immediately.

Within a year of his arrival in Calcutta, he had adopted
the practice — which he continued to his death — of
walking every morning from his house to bathe in and
worship the Ganges, according to Hindu custom. "Incredible
as it may sound," wrote one horrified officer, "there is at
this moment a British general in the Company’s service, who
observes all the customs of the Hindoos, makes offerings at
their temples, carries about their idols with him, and is
accompanied by fakirs who dress his food. He is not treated
as a madman, but would not perhaps be misplaced if he had
his idols, fakirs, bedas, and shasters, in some corner of
Bedlam, removed from its more rational and unfortunate
inmates."

Stuart appears to have worshipped as well as admired the
statues he collected. Certainly he is known to have
commissioned and built an entire Hindu temple at Saugor,
and he wrote an anonymous pamphlet called The Vindications
of the Hindoos in which he tried to discourage European
missionaries from attempting conversion, arguing that "on
the enlarged principles of moral reasoning, Hinduism little
needs the meliorating hand of Christianity to render its
votaries a sufficiently correct and moral people for all
the useful purposes of a civilised society".

Stuart’s military contemporaries never quite knew what to
make of their general. One of his junior colonels, William
Linnaeus Gardner, himself a British convert to Shia Islam,
wrote how "he regularly performs his pooja and avoids the
sight of beef". Later, Gardner noted that Stuart was
planning to take a week off to bathe at the Kumbh Mela,
where he was later seen sitting "surrounded by a dozen
naked faqueers who, joining their hands over his head, gave
him Benediction . . . Every Hindoo he salutes with Jey
Sittaramjee [Victory to Lord Ram and Queen Sita]".

Eccentric as he may have been, Stuart was a central figure
in the history of the western appreciation of Indian art.
His collection, which towards the end of his life he put on
display to visitors in his house in Calcutta, now forms the
core of the British Museum collection of Hindu statuary,
known today as the Bridge Collection after a subsequent
purchaser. It is without question the finest group of Hindu
sculptures brought to Europe in this period. Appropriately
enough, several of the finest masterpieces of Pala art from
Stuart’s collection line the stairs that lead up to the
exhibition.

About two decades before Stuart began collecting his first
Hindu images, another Company official, Sir Elijah Impey,
commissioned Mughal-trained miniaturists to paint his
menagerie. It was the first recorded commission of Indian
artists by a British patron, and remains one of the most
successful.

The three artists whom Impey summoned to his classical
Calcutta palace were all from Patna, 200 miles up the
Ganges. They had clearly been trained in the old Mughal
techniques of miniature painting. But when they worked for
the Impeys — using English watercolours on English paper,
and taking English botanical still lives as their models —
an extraordinary fusion of the two cultures’ artistic
impulses took place, a fusion that resulted in an entirely
new type of painting, known today as the Company School.

The brilliance and simplicity of the colours, the
meticulous attention to detail, the gem-like highlights,
the way the pictures seem to glow, all show the Company
artists’ Mughal training; the tentative washes of a
memsahib’s watercolour are a world away. Yet no artist
working in a normal Mughal atelier would have placed their
subjects detached from a landscape against a white
background, or with flowers cut into a perfect, scientific
cross-section, as is usual in Company botanical images. Two
traditions met head on, and from that blinding impact an
inspirational new fusion took place.

In time, the Company style came to be used by British
officials all over India to record many facets of Indian
life, including the flora and fauna that came to fascinate
the British. Its extreme precision meant that it quickly
became recognised as the perfect medium for illustrations
to the different schemes of classification that appealed to
the Enlightenment minds within the Company. Soon officials
were commissioning Indian and Mughal-trained artists to
paint huge numbers of botanical specimens and exotic Indian
animals; the different castes, trades and occupations of
India; and the country’s architectural monuments and
deities.

The exhibition includes an especially fine Company image
from Patna of a roadside seller of clay images. An
elegantly attired client is being offered a standing image
by a sitting lady in a green sari and yellow blouse;
behind, her half-naked husband, a potter, turns a bowl on a
wheel. The client, however, is looking up at an image of
Kali trampling on the recumbent Shiv.

But it is Company images of the gods, of exactly the sort
commissioned by Moor, that dominate Faith, Narrative and
Desire. There are spectacular examples of a set of images
of the gods of the Tamil country, recently acquired by the
museum — Ganesha sitting straddled on a bandicoot; Shiv
incarnate in a garlanded linga; Kama, the god of love,
attempting, at Parvati’s suggestion, to shoot a long-
meditating Shiv with his arrow. Best of all, there is a
wonderful image of a wooden temple chariot being drawn in a
festival at the great temple of Sri Ranganatha at
Srirangam. At the open window of the chariot, two bare-
chested Brahmins attend on an image: one carries a tray of
lamps and a bell, while the other throws petals over the
holy image.

This perhaps surprising early colonial interest in and
respect for Hinduism was something that struck the Iranian
traveller Mir Abdul Latif Shustari on his Indian tour in
the early 19th century: "Most remarkable is the way that
the British take part in most of the festivals and
ceremonies of both Muslims and Hindus, mixing with the
people," he wrote. "They pay great respect to accomplished
scholars of whatever sect."

Such intelligent interest in the beliefs of India did not
last. By 1813, a change in the charter of the East India
Company let loose a wave of evangelical missionaries on
India. The act was pushed through parliament by William
Wilberforce, who told MPs that "the natives of India, and
more particularly the Brahmins, were sunk into the most
abject ignorance and vice". Within a few years, the
missionaries were beginning to change British perceptions
of the Hindus. No longer were they inheritors of a body of
sublime and ancient wisdom, but instead seen merely as
"poor benighted heathen".

The Rev R Ainslie was typical of the new breed of
missionaries filling the cantonments, or military stations,
of India during the 1830s. In British Idolatry in India,
Ainslie wrote of his visit to Orissa: "I have visited the
Valley of Death! I have seen the Den of Darkness!" The
sermon goes on to describe the "sinful and disgusting
scenes" Ainslie had witnessed, namely Company officials
assisting the Hindus in their ceremonies: "The cloths and
mantles are furnished for the idol by British servants. The
horrors are unutterable . . . Do not European gentlemen
encourage these ceremonies, and make presents to the idol,
and often fall down and worship?" According to another
outspoken evangelical, the Rev Alexander Thompson: "Those
who between 1790 and 1820 held the highest offices in
India, were on the whole an irreligious body of men who
approved of Hinduism much more than Christianity: some who
hated Missions from their dread of sedition; others because
their hearts ‘seduced by fair idolatresses, had fallen to
idols foul’."

Such missionaries began ferociously to attack any British
official who, like Moor or Stuart, studied or took a
sympathetic interest in the religions of India. The British
mind was closing, and the short period of Hinduphilia was
soon over. The brief flourishing of Company School
painting, the chief artistic product of that period, did
not survive the great uprising of 1857.

This one room of lovely images bears testament to the
strenuous attempts of a group of men working in India
between 1780 and 1830 to understand the religious images
and symbols of a world their compatriots were about to
seize, and then partially destroy. Today, as Britain
struggles to forge a more equitable relationship with India
on the anniversary of independence, this exhibition is an
effective metaphor for a brief but important moment of
British scholarly and artistic engagement with, and
appreciation of, the arts and culture of south Asia.

 o  Faith, Narrative and Desire: Masterpieces of Indian
Painting in the British Museum runs till November 11.
Details: 020 7323 80000. William Dalrymple’s book The Last
Mughal: The Fall of a Dynasty, Delhi, 1857 (Bloomsbury) has
been awarded the Duff Cooper prize for history.

More at:
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forum provides Basksh Zakariya al Maktoum's log

prison is emerging as America’s answer to the "reduced
: demand for less-skilled male workers." European countries deal with unem-
: ployable guys by putting them on the dole, he says.
:
: In this country, we throw them in jail after they commit a crime to survive.

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Factoid: poor black households’ telephone usage is dramatically different
from other groups and can be picked out statistically using just the time,
length, and number of calls per telephone.
[ page 61, "The Rise of the Computer State", David Burnham, 1984 ]

    The Los Angelos Police said they kept beating Rodney King while he
    was rolling around in pain on the ground was because he wasn’t
    following orders AND they thought he was on PCP. [What???]

    "The only thing Rodney King was guilty of was resisting slaughter"
    —Jimmy Breslin

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July 1st, 1997, News 4 NBC TV NYC: Police Commissioner Bratton says an officer
who shot a black youth dead—in the back—violated no departmental rules
because he thought the youth was going to turn and shoot him. A grand jury
fails to indict the officer, during a secret presentation by prosecutors.

Preventative shootings are now legal.

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I have tried to show you:

    o the power of high-traffic computer monitoring

    o what happens to a group of people who are
      closely monitored by law enforcement

Congress and CALEA are leading us into the 21st Penitentiary.

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