New Era is a major centre for Baha'i activities

The students confessed that they were going to villages for conduction of Bahai religious classes for children and youths and they were told by their teachers that their course will be completed only when they do these activities. The teacher warned them to be 'TACTFUL' while propagating the Bahai religion. On seeing the Bahai books it became clear for the Police that it was a conversion class. As the "Ruhi Book" that they were having, contained Baha'i religious material and chapters such as "Understanding the Baha'i Writings"

New Era High School and NETTC, Baha'i Conversion Institutes

Wednesday, 24 August 2011

 (Conversion of the vulnerable)

Conversion through educational inducement is a forcible conversion. The parents send their children to be nurtured by these Educational Institutes. However, instead of nurturing these children the Baha'i Schools like New Era and NETTC at Panchgani brainwash them with Baha'i ideas and beliefs.

Baha'is take advantage of those in need, especially the parents who want to see their children go high up the ladder in the carrier and hence try to offer them with the best of the education but in Baha'i educational Institute their need are often met with Conversion of their children, to Baha'i Faith.

Most Baha'i organizations disguise their conversion efforts as :


These objectives are just a euphemism for aggressive and violent conversion activities. Baha'is do not do this for the good of humanity, but instead to convert the people to Baha'i Faith.

Baha'is have decided to target the Children (Age group 8 to 12 years) and Junior Youth (12 to 15 years) for conversions, not because they are the neediest, but rather, because they can be easily deceived into changing their faith, and they cannot easily report to the press.

Students attending NETTC courses are required to vigorously participate field practicum that is their involvement in Rural Development Programmes in a cluster of villages surrounding Panchgani on the week-ends.

The students are required to participate in the regular Reflection Meetings to share their know-how and refresh their teaching proficiency.

NEETC at Panchgani is a full fledged conversion institute. The only difference between a missionary conversion and Baha'i conversion is the economic aspect. Christian Missions offers material benefits to its converter where as the Baha'is convert, extract money and also the energy from the newly convert.

Besides training the trainee students the skill of imparting the prevailing academic curriculum NETTC lays due emphasis on the moral transformation of the students who in turn will emphasize on the moral structure of their tiny tots hand in hand with their academic improvement.

Here Academic improvement is just an eye wash. The real agenda is Moral Transformation of the Students, which is Conversion to the Baha'i Faith.

NETTC's training enables the trainee teachers to be suitable both for rural and urban settings. The basic curricular foundation for the first year programme of NETTC revolves around certain scopes of BAHA'I INSPIRED MATERIALS such as the Hidden Gems Programme (By BADI Foundation, Macau), The Preparation for Social Action (By FUNDAEC, Cali, Colombia) and the Junior Youth Empowerment programme.

If the motive is bad, then the Educational Institute has no real merit. There are many organizations that are doing noble service without expecting anything in return. And in offering such services, the Hindus are very actively involved.

Indians must exercise constant vigilance to educate about the true nature of the hidden agendas of Baha'i groups and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) funded and directed by foreign agencies. Their mission is couched in ecclesiastical terms but their ulterior motive is to convert Indian population by coercive conversion.

Indians must be aware that the value of free speech and the basic right to free expression is not absolute under the Indian constitution. Indians have the right to oppose the deceptive practices of the Baha'is that deem offensive. Awareness, education and assertive protest seems to be the best way of confronting deceptive Baha'i proselytizing.
Unchallenged and unchecked, coercive religious conversion can erode and destroy our spiritual tradition, dismantle our social fabric and destroy our moral foundation.

During his meetings with the foreign missionaries, Mahatma Gandhi had said that they are doing social service with the ulterior motive of conversions. He asked them to give up this offensive program. He also said to them that if this situation continued in a free India he would ask the foreign missionaries to leave the country.

Baha'i Faith is a political invasion from a foreign country. It is a bloodless war for the minds, hearts and souls of Indians. It is being waged with force, foreign fund and deception on us, in the class rooms of Baha'i educational Institutes, in the media and in the political fields. It is a constant and continuing war on our spiritual values in order to weaken our beliefs. We must stand up and take sides in this war for the minds.


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