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Dark secret of Mother Teresa-Exposed

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All saints are manufactured by religious organizations. Mother Teresa is no exception.
Remember Bhopal tragedy? ( city in Madhya Pradesh state of India). It happened on 3rd December 1984 in the early hours. 3,800 workers in Union carbides factory died in their sleep due to leakage of methyl isocyanate gas. It was total shock to the civilized world. At that juncture Mother Teresa flew from Kolkata city to Bhopal. She had not gone there to console the families of the victims but to plead that the management of Union Carbide be forgiven. That is Mother Teresa! The factory was closed and management paid compensation after 20 years.
Sushan Sheilds who worked with Mother Teresa for 9 years dealing with her accounts of donations revealed that there was $ 50 million in New York Bank .The amount was received by various donors. That amount was supposed to be spent for poor, destitute children in her charity homes. She never bothered about the ethics of donors.
Robert Maxwell, the mega publisher who embezzled the employes funds to the tune of 450 million pounds, donated $ 1.25 million to Mother Teresa. And she was aware of the facts about Robert Maxwell.
The inhuman dictator of Haiti Jean Claude Duvalier honored Mother Teresa .She flew all the way to Haiti to receive the honors. She praised him as kind person who helped poor people while the fact was that he tortured Haitians. He fled the country in 1986 and returned in 2011.He was arrested . He tortured people and killed several persons during his regime. At that time Mother Teresa received honors! Jean Claude escaped from the country to return in 2011 and he was promptly arrested.
Mother Teresa received $ 1.25million from Charles Keating in California, USA. He floated a company called Keating Savings and Loans during 1980.He cheated the public to the tune of $250 million .He was arrested and imprisoned. During his trial Mother Teresa appealed to the judge , requesting him to pardon Keating. Then Paul Turley, deputy attorney of Los Angeles asked Mother Teresa to return the amount so that it could be distributed to the victims of Keating . Mother Teresa observed stoic silence !
Mother Teresa visited the grave site of Albanian dictator and nobody knew why she did that.
When Indira Gandhi, the prime minister of India imposed emergency during 1975 and suspended constitutional fundamental rights of citizens, Mother Teresa praised her saying that the people were happy, and the unemployment problem of India was solved! Later Mother Teresa received Bharat Ratna , the highest honor from government of India.
Dr Robert Fox, editor of Lancet , medical science magazine from UK visited the charity homes of Mother Teresa in Kolkata, India during 1990s. He found that volunteers without any medical knowledge attend sick patients and the treatment was hazardous. No medicines were administered to sick children in homes including analgesics. The syringes were not sterilized. He pointed out these things to Mother Teresa but she coolly replied that children need no medicines since prayers would cure them.
During Bangla Desh war with Pakistan in 1970s scores of women refugees flew to India. Among them several were rape victims. Mother Teresa opposed termination of pregnancies in the name of divine grace.
Walter Weber , after thorough research about the funds received by Mother Teresa published articles in Stern magazine in Germany in 1998. Germany alone donated $ 3 million annually to Mother Teresa charity homes. There was absolute secrecy about the donations received by Mother Teresa.
In 1975 Indira Gandhi, prime minister of India imposed draconian measures to suppress fundamental rights of the constitution and put several leaders in prison. Mother Teresa praised Indira Gandhi saying the prople were happy with that measure and employment was better.
Later Mother Teresa got Bharat Ratna, the highest honor in India, but it may not be related to her praise of Indira Gandhi.
Robert Fox, editor of Lancet, medical journal from UK visited Kolkata and observed the homes of Mother Teresa. He found that syringes were not washed in hot water and even minimum medicines like analgesics were not administered to children when they fell sick. Volunteers without any medical knowledge administered medical aid to children. When he brought these things to the notice of Mother Teresa she coolly replied that Jesus will take care of them and prayer will cure their diseases.
Treatment to Mother Teresa
Mother Teresa was sick and had to be admitted several times into hospitals. Those are corporate nursing homes which were very expensive.
She was in Nanavati Hospital in Mumbai which is highly expensive.
Twice she suffered heart attacks and treated in hospitals. During 1989 she received cardiac pacemaker.
During 1996 she was in intensive care after suffering heart failure.
Earlier she suffered with pneumonia during 1991.She broke her color bone in 1997.
Catholics, Pope and Mother Teresa should be thankful to doctors and medical science for curing her and discharged from corporate hospitals. Of course, she deserves such treat just as any other human being.
But Mother Teresa did not extend similar treatment nor facilities to children in her charity homes. There were advised to pray. When one patient in her charity homes was suffering and dying with cancer, Mother Teresa told him that Jesus must be kissing him. The patient immediately asked Mother Teresa to recommend to Jesus not to kiss him any more!
No body objected when Mother Teresa got corporate hospital treatements instead of prayers. But she did not realize that the lives of children are equally important, and no prayer would cure their disease.
Sister Paulen in Germany refused to answer any questions about the money of Mother Teresa charities.
Dhiru Shah of India mentioned that Mother Teresa aimed to convert as many people as possible to Catholicism.
Arup Chatterjee (Kolkatta)in his book “ The Final Verdict” narrated several facts with first hand experience and documented the evidence.
Sunanda Datta Ray, reputed journalist published articles exposing the behavior of Mother Teresa.
Christopher Hitchens in collaboration with Tariq Ali produced documentary evidence entitled: Hell`s angel.It was telecasted from channel 4 in UK ( Nov 8, 1994)
Christopher Hitchens published a book entitled: Missionary position , which has become eye opener .He wrote this book after visiting Mother Teresa`s charity homes and also after interviewing her.
Of course on the other side Catholics worldwide and Pope , particulary promoted her activities .She received Templeton prize in 1973.
Above all, Mother Teresa received Nobel Prize for peace in 1986.
Mother Teresa was born in 1910 in Uskante, a small town in Macedonia. Her original name was : Agnes Gonxa Bojaxhiu.She joined in Sisters of Lorita and later came to India. Just as Hindu Sanyasis change their original name, just so catholic nuns change their original names. Mother Teresa emerged like that.
Drama after the death:
As usual catholic institution commenced to concoct miracles in the name of Mother Teresa so that she can be canonized as saint. Then big business starts. It is necessary to show two miracles for that purpose.
The story starts!
Monica Basra, a poor tribal woman in west Bengal was suffering from tuberclosis and a cyst was found in her womb. Dr Ranjan Mustafa of Belurghat hospital treated her and acute cyst disappeared after administering medicines for 9 months.She was poor lady and had 5 children. They could not raise them.Catholic nuns took that opportunity , offered her help and free education to her children.They also offered her some land. But she had to say that her disease was cured due to Mother Teresa. How? When Monica saw a hanging locket she found a picture of Mother Teresa in it. That cured her cancer disease. But doctors clarified that she had no cancer and she suffered with tuberclosis .The husband of Monica and the doctor who treated her gave interviews to New York Times correspondent where they told the truth. Later the catholic nuns started concocting stories. Surprisingly the medical records of Monica Basra disappeared from the hospital !
Yet, Pope determined to make her saint which they could not do. But to start with they beatified her and called blessed. Of course, in due course , it is no wonder if they concote another miracle and finally make her saint. That is the regular business of Catholic institution.
I met Mother Teresa in Hyderbad, India during 1975-76 and had brief interview. I did not find any intellectual spark or brilliant point to report in Andhra Jyothi daily ( for which I was bureau chief at that time and Narla Venkateswararao was the editor)
Christopher Hitchens was called to Vatican to give evidence and he promptly went and gave. It all went against Mother Teresa.
By Innaiah Narisetti
Stern Mag Blasts Teresa For Neglect
The German magazine Stern (10 September 1998) published a devastating critique of Mother Teresa’s work on the first anniversary of her death entitled ‘Mother Teresa, Where Are HerHeH Millions?’ The article concluded that her organization is essentially a religious order that does not deserve to be called a charitable foundation do to the charges of neglect of residents, indifference to suffering, massaging of figures, manipulation of the media and knowingly handling millions of dollars of stolen cash. The Missionaries of Charity never responded to these allegations. It is ironic that the article was still scathing in spite of the fact that the publication is traditionally pro Catholic and the original drafts were heavily edited to tone down the valid and legitimate criticism and skepticisms expressed and demonstrated.
Mother Teresa Hell’s Angel
Criticisms of Mother Teresa peaked during her lifetime as well. Apart from the November 1994 documentary “Mother Teresa: Hells Angel” which aired in the UK on BBC TV as the very first attempt to explode the Mother Teresa myth, there was a harsh critique on conditions in her orphanages in India that was published in the Guardian of London (14 October 1996) where charges of gross neglect and physical and emotional abuse were made. The article alleged her own complicity and knowledge in the unacceptable practices that went on in her homes. (Chaterjee, Final Verdict)
Dr. Robin Fox Speaks Out – TB Patients Not Separated
Dr. Robin Fox, editor of the international and highly esteemed medical journal the Lancet wrote how he visited the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta in 1994 and he wrote in his own words how disturbed he was that TB patients were not separated neither were painkillers used along with a total neglect of diagnosis. Dr. Fox was professionally qualified to pronounce upon the standards of care. At that time Mother Teresa had been working Calcutta for forty five years and for nearly thirty of them had been favored with immense quantities of money and materials.
Molly Moore – Babies Have Rashes And Smell Like Urine
The American journalist Molly Moore covering Bill and Hillary Clintons’ 1996 trip casually mentioned in the Washington Post the children smelling of urine when Hillary Clinton visited Mother’s orphanage. She had to endure the reader’s wrath for her passing comment! Such was Mother Teresa’s extent of insane, uncritical, unreserved popularity. She was above reproach.
Mary Loudon – Teresa Ran A Concentration Camp
Mary Loudon, a volunteer in Calcutta testified that her initial impression of the Mother Teresa home for the dying is that it looked like a concentration camp where all the patients had shaved heads (In Indian culture long hair for women is essential and the women were humiliated with this stipulation), clothes were removed and any possessions confiscated. An open overall with stings was provided however no underwear was provided. Food was nutritionally inadequate and always the same. The patients were put on very rudimentary pallets or WWI type stretchers which the nuns made. The stretchers had green plastic type sheet (remember cotton is grown and spun in India and cheaply available in plenty) and small scratchy blankets. There was no garden or yard for leisure. Two rooms were crammed with fifty to sixty men in one small room and fifty to sixty women in another. (Chaterjee / Hitchens)
Needle Sharing
Needles were reused over and over and nuns rinsed hypodermic needles under the cold water tap. When a nun was asked why she was not using boiling water to sterilize the needles she dismissively said “There’s no point, there’s no time”. A young boy of about fifteen was dying and an American doctor advised Mary Loudon that she had been trying to treat this boy and that he had a relatively simple kidney complaint that had got worse and worse because he hadn’t had antibiotics and he actually needed an operation. The nuns refused to take him to the hospital. He died unnecessarily as did many others including a new born baby girl called Maria who was admitted, the superior decided that she was not to be fed from a teated bottle as there was an epileptic child in the room; teats were passed around and not properly cleaned and the superior insisted that epilepsy was contagious. Maria was fed so badly that she died in two months. A woman was dying from TB and there was no intervention from the nuns. God decides who lives and who dies. The only painkillers used were aspirin and very rarely if the patient was lucky Brufen. Mere aspirin was given to patients with cancer, linctus to those with TB and glucose drips with old needles rinsed in cold water to those in comas. And everybody regardless of creed gets a good Catholic funeral. When young children or teenagers died because they were refused adequate treatment the usual refrain from the nuns would be gross indifference, ‘If we do it for one we have to do it for everybody’. Mother treated the Indian poor very differently than she did herself. (Chaterjee / Hitchens)
Dr. Preger Starts Alternative “Calcutta Rescue”
Dr. Jack Preger (OBE) another disillusioned Catholic volunteer with the Missionaries of Charity was also so appalled by what he witnessed that he founded his own charity called ‘Calcutta Rescue’. He wrote disparagingly and despairingly about the hypodermic needle sharing policy. Patients with TB were not isolated despite the highly contagious nature of the disease. Patients with Hepatitis B and C were not isolated either and the needle sharing would have made patients highly susceptible to even further contagious diseases. There is no justification for the needle sharing policy of Missionaries of Charity as they have stockpiles of needles, syringes and medical supplies that are lying unused. Even Prince Charles bought syringes and needles when he visited the Mother Teresa clinic. The order is so famous that they needn’t even have to ask and floods of steady supplies would stream in. Shockingly she would receive a bounty of donations of syringes and needles from the west but these were not used. Tracey Leonard another appalled volunteer wrote ’the equipment supplied is usually IV sets, syringes and needles, catheters, scalpels, and boxes and boxes of gloves (none of which we ever seem to use)’. Whether Calcutta’s poor caught AIDS or Hepatitis C mattered little to Mother Teresa so long as her fame was on the ascent and an incredulous world believed whatever she uttered. (Chaterjee / Hitchens)
Adoption Scandal
The Missionaries of Charity used to charge an unofficial adoption fee and were quite open about placing their children with Catholic families often in exchange for large donations. Donations from adopting couples remain a large source of income for the organization. In 2013, thirteen of her orphanages recently closed in India for their inability to comply with the new state rules where orphanages must let single and gay couples adopt. [11] Previously the orphanages could decide who the child would be adopted by. In the small classroom prayer is also solely Catholic despite telling the world that she allowed the children the option to pray to their own Gods. In his book “The Final Verdict”, Aroup Chatterjee describes how he witnessed a very poor woman with children thrown out into the street by the nuns. After some agitation and anger expressed by local shopkeepers who took pity on the poor women the nuns reappeared at the door and said that they would only take care of her if she signed over the children to them (and the author safely assumes the children would then be adopted by a Catholic family) .The irate and incredulous mother though poor, refused to sign her children over to them. (Chaterjee / Hitchens)
More False Claims
Mother Teresa also made outrageous and truly bizarre claims in front of the world media that she fed 9000 people a day when in fact the numbers were more like 150 a week and mostly exclusively those who had a family card which really translated as those families that had converted to Catholicism. This practice only applied in India and not in her homes in Western countries where this pernicious religious discrimination would never have been tolerated. She only took in 500 to 700 people a year despite claiming tens of thousands. False and exaggerated claims continued in succession ‘We never refuse a child’. She claimed that she taught thousands of children, however she did not have a single proper structural school for slum children or any kind of children. Many people assumed that she helped huge numbers with the vast assets and resources at her disposal. In actual matter of fact hardly a mere 12c was spent on each slum dweller per year. In all probability a portion of this measure figure was spent on upkeep of her religious community. A very small, minutiae portion went to the poor. Given all her grandiloquence and image making wouldn’t people naturally assume that Mother Teresa spent 101% of her money on the poorest of the poor? Questions have been raised pertaining to the vast fortune reported to the order of the Missionaries of Charity. Nothing is known what happens to the endless donations and prize monies Mother Teresa received. Mother Teresa had told Sudeb Roy Chaudauri, a Calcutta journalist shortly before receiving the Nobel that ‘I shall spend this (Nobel of $ 160,000 or so which included $ 110,000 prize money) for lepers and for housing for the poor’. No housing for the poor was seen except for 50 Catholic families in Hatgachia and no new leprosy facilities were built in India either. It cannot be emphasized enough that if you were Catholic, you were treated differently. (Chaterjee / Hitchens)
Did Her Money Go To The Vatican?
The lion’s share of donations actually went to the upkeep of nuns, brothers and training novices and religious homes such as nunneries and monasteries. The orders main bank is the Vatican Bank, formerly known as IOR (Institute for religious work which is secretive). The Vatican was always of a recipient of the countless millions collected. Even though Mother Teresa always emphasized that her organization was a strictly Indian one, in 1965 it ceased being governed by the Calcutta Archdiocese and came under direct governance of the Vatican in all probability for financial purposes. This unknown but substantial sum was being deposited with the Vatican Bank with its dubious and murky connections. Mother Teresa’s order does not keep any public accounts except in Britain where the laws are strict. In India, charities are not obliged to publish their accounts but most of the others do except Missionaries of Charity who are exceptionally secretive and aggressively protective over their accounts. She declared as much as she had to the relevant government departments knowing that the public would not have access to her accounts. Mother Teresa was always fiercely loyal to her backers, the largest of which were corrupt financiers and dubious dictators and she never revealed their identities. She would conceal their identities by saying the money was coming from God himself.
“We Are Religious, Religious, Religious”
Please bear in mind that Mother Teresa’s global income was more than enough to outfit several first class clinics in Bengal. The real description of her institutions was that it was merely the propagation of a cult based on death, suffering and subjection. The decision not to develop proper outfitted clinics with doctors, nursing and professional care and equipment lay with Mother Teresa herself who stated that ‘we are not doctors, we are not teachers, we are not nurses, and we are not social workers. We are religious, religious, and religious’. In the daily life of the Missionaries of Charity more importance is given to prayer than to actual work. ‘We are not social workers’ Mother Teresa would say ‘We are first and foremost contemplatives’. Mother Teresa admonished all priests who engaged in community work: ‘I say to all priests: ‘You have not become priests to be social workers’. Kalighat her famous hospice for Calcutta’s dying destitute is very small with fewer than a hundred places. She had no involvement with the poor of Kalighat, she did not even run a soup kitchen there. Teresa order does not offer any facilities for the extremely unfortunate poor women and children in Kalighat. This place was the first of many establishments and it was here that the film ‘Something Beautiful for God’ was made and bought her international fame. She rarely visited any of her other homes in Calcutta for at least the last two decades of her life as she spent half the year abroad as the Pope’s political ambassador where she spent most of her time on religious and administrative work. She never compromised religion for the sake of charity. Her loyalties were never divided when it came to advancing papal pelf and power over the world. It was in the 1970s that she began spending the vast majority of her time abroad and took on a massive international expansion programme – Calcutta did not feature in that programme. Much of her international travel was for religious and diplomatic rather than charitable reasons. She refused to make any of works of her particular brand of charity into an institution. She refused to have hospitals or employ a full-time doctor unless they gave free service. She refused all sophisticated types of equipment in her homes even the simplest microscope which could rapidly diagnose certain sicknesses, unless of course it came to herself. When she was ailing with heart problems she had more than fifteen thousand dollars of the most advanced and sophisticated medical aids and equipment in her room at any one time! (Chaterjee / Hitchens)
Death Bed Baptisms
In January 1992 after heart surgery at Scripps clinic, CA Mother Teresa made a lengthy speech to an enraptured audience of doctors and nurses and gloated about secretive conversions of her patients in India. She told a predominantly Christian captive audience that she had ‘cheated’ Heaven as no one had died without receiving the special Baptism ticket for St. Peter as she called it. She stated that ‘We ask them, the dying person if they want a blessing by which their sins will be forgiven and they can receive God. They have never refused’. She boasted that 29,000 had died in Kalighat from the time it began in 1952. Mother Teresa surreptitiously taught the sisters to baptize those who were dying. The sisters were to ask each person in danger of death if he wanted a ‘ticket to Heaven’ An affirmative reply was to mean consent to Baptism. The sister was then to pretend that she was just cooling the person’s forehead with a wet cloth while in fact she was baptizing him quietly saying the necessary words. Secrecy was important so that it would not come to be known that the sisters were baptizing Hindus. Susan Shields who wrote about this issue and who was known as Sister Virgin left the order in 1989 as she grew more uncomfortable with the deceit, pretense and hypocrisy. (This issue of death bed conversions and Catholic baptisms is also covered in Wikipedia under Mother Teresa criticisms and controversies). Dead bodies were not treated with respect by the Missionaries of Charity. There was no refrigeration. As per Hemley Gonzalez he witnessed dead bodies in the morgue be given Catholic last rites. In February 1992 when Princess Diana visited Kalighat her personal protection officer Ken Wharfe had to do a security check of the morgue. He wrote ‘The mortuary attached to the hospice run by Missionaries of Charity is the most appalling place I have visited in my life. Indeed the hospice itself was effectively a mortuary. Tracy Leonard describes the morgue as a place ‘where the line between the living and the dead was sometimes blurred. She recounts an experience where she found a living (albeit just) person in the morgue and then in surreal drama bringing him out of it to the room. He had been wrongly diagnosed by a Brother! (Chaterjee / Hitchens)
Adoption Scandal
The Missionaries of Charity used to charge an unofficial adoption fee and were quite open about placing their children with Catholic families often in exchange for large donations. Donations from adopting couples remain a large source of income for the organization. In 2013, thirteen of her orphanages recently closed in India for their inability to comply with the new state rules where orphanages must let single and gay couples adopt. [11] Previously the orphanages could decide who the child would be adopted by. In the small classroom prayer is also solely Catholic despite telling the world that she allowed the children the option to pray to their own Gods. In his book “The Final Verdict”, Aroup Chatterjee describes how he witnessed a very poor woman with children thrown out into the street by the nuns. After some agitation and anger expressed by local shopkeepers who took pity on the poor women the nuns reappeared at the door and said that they would only take care of her if she signed over the children to them (and the author safely assumes the children would then be adopted by a Catholic family) .The irate and incredulous mother though poor, refused to sign her children over to them. (Chaterjee / Hitchens)
More False Claims
Mother Teresa also made outrageous and truly bizarre claims in front of the world media that she fed 9000 people a day when in fact the numbers were more like 150 a week and mostly exclusively those who had a family card which really translated as those families that had converted to Catholicism. This practice only applied in India and not in her homes in Western countries where this pernicious religious discrimination would never have been tolerated. She only took in 500 to 700 people a year despite claiming tens of thousands. False and exaggerated claims continued in succession ‘We never refuse a child’. She claimed that she taught thousands of children, however she did not have a single proper structural school for slum children or any kind of children. Many people assumed that she helped huge numbers with the vast assets and resources at her disposal. In actual matter of fact hardly a mere 12c was spent on each slum dweller per year. In all probability a portion of this measure figure was spent on upkeep of her religious community. A very small, minutiae portion went to the poor. Given all her grandiloquence and image making wouldn’t people naturally assume that Mother Teresa spent 101% of her money on the poorest of the poor? Questions have been raised pertaining to the vast fortune reported to the order of the Missionaries of Charity. Nothing is known what happens to the endless donations and prize monies Mother Teresa received. Mother Teresa had told Sudeb Roy Chaudauri, a Calcutta journalist shortly before receiving the Nobel that ‘I shall spend this (Nobel of $ 160,000 or so which included $ 110,000 prize money) for lepers and for housing for the poor’. No housing for the poor was seen except for 50 Catholic families in Hatgachia and no new leprosy facilities were built in India either. It cannot be emphasized enough that if you were Catholic, you were treated differently. (Chaterjee / Hitchens)
Did Her Money Go To The Vatican?
The lion’s share of donations actually went to the upkeep of nuns, brothers and training novices and religious homes such as nunneries and monasteries. The orders main bank is the Vatican Bank, formerly known as IOR (Institute for religious work which is secretive). The Vatican was always of a recipient of the countless millions collected. Even though Mother Teresa always emphasized that her organization was a strictly Indian one, in 1965 it ceased being governed by the Calcutta Archdiocese and came under direct governance of the Vatican in all probability for financial purposes. This unknown but substantial sum was being deposited with the Vatican Bank with its dubious and murky connections. Mother Teresa’s order does not keep any public accounts except in Britain where the laws are strict. In India, charities are not obliged to publish their accounts but most of the others do except Missionaries of Charity who are exceptionally secretive and aggressively protective over their accounts. She declared as much as she had to the relevant government departments knowing that the public would not have access to her accounts. Mother Teresa was always fiercely loyal to her backers, the largest of which were corrupt financiers and dubious dictators and she never revealed their identities. She would conceal their identities by saying the money was coming from God himself.
“We Are Religious, Religious, Religious”
Please bear in mind that Mother Teresa’s global income was more than enough to outfit several first class clinics in Bengal. The real description of her institutions was that it was merely the propagation of a cult based on death, suffering and subjection. The decision not to develop proper outfitted clinics with doctors, nursing and professional care and equipment lay with Mother Teresa herself who stated that ‘we are not doctors, we are not teachers, we are not nurses, and we are not social workers. We are religious, religious, and religious’. In the daily life of the Missionaries of Charity more importance is given to prayer than to actual work. ‘We are not social workers’ Mother Teresa would say ‘We are first and foremost contemplatives’. Mother Teresa admonished all priests who engaged in community work: ‘I say to all priests: ‘You have not become priests to be social workers’. Kalighat her famous hospice for Calcutta’s dying destitute is very small with fewer than a hundred places. She had no involvement with the poor of Kalighat, she did not even run a soup kitchen there. Teresa order does not offer any facilities for the extremely unfortunate poor women and children in Kalighat. This place was the first of many establishments and it was here that the film ‘Something Beautiful for God’ was made and bought her international fame. She rarely visited any of her other homes in Calcutta for at least the last two decades of her life as she spent half the year abroad as the Pope’s political ambassador where she spent most of her time on religious and administrative work. She never compromised religion for the sake of charity. Her loyalties were never divided when it came to advancing papal pelf and power over the world. It was in the 1970s that she began spending the vast majority of her time abroad and took on a massive international expansion programme – Calcutta did not feature in that programme. Much of her international travel was for religious and diplomatic rather than charitable reasons. She refused to make any of works of her particular brand of charity into an institution. She refused to have hospitals or employ a full-time doctor unless they gave free service. She refused all sophisticated types of equipment in her homes even the simplest microscope which could rapidly diagnose certain sicknesses, unless of course it came to herself. When she was ailing with heart problems she had more than fifteen thousand dollars of the most advanced and sophisticated medical aids and equipment in her room at any one time! (Chaterjee / Hitchens)
Death Bed Baptisms
In January 1992 after heart surgery at Scripps clinic, CA Mother Teresa made a lengthy speech to an enraptured audience of doctors and nurses and gloated about secretive conversions of her patients in India. She told a predominantly Christian captive audience that she had ‘cheated’ Heaven as no one had died without receiving the special Baptism ticket for St. Peter as she called it. She stated that ‘We ask them, the dying person if they want a blessing by which their sins will be forgiven and they can receive God. They have never refused’. She boasted that 29,000 had died in Kalighat from the time it began in 1952. Mother Teresa surreptitiously taught the sisters to baptize those who were dying. The sisters were to ask each person in danger of death if he wanted a ‘ticket to Heaven’ An affirmative reply was to mean consent to Baptism. The sister was then to pretend that she was just cooling the person’s forehead with a wet cloth while in fact she was baptizing him quietly saying the necessary words. Secrecy was important so that it would not come to be known that the sisters were baptizing Hindus. Susan Shields who wrote about this issue and who was known as Sister Virgin left the order in 1989 as she grew more uncomfortable with the deceit, pretense and hypocrisy. (This issue of death bed conversions and Catholic baptisms is also covered in Wikipedia under Mother Teresa criticisms and controversies). Dead bodies were not treated with respect by the Missionaries of Charity. There was no refrigeration. As per Hemley Gonzalez he witnessed dead bodies in the morgue be given Catholic last rites. In February 1992 when Princess Diana visited Kalighat her personal protection officer Ken Wharfe had to do a security check of the morgue. He wrote ‘The mortuary attached to the hospice run by Missionaries of Charity is the most appalling place I have visited in my life. Indeed the hospice itself was effectively a mortuary. Tracy Leonard describes the morgue as a place ‘where the line between the living and the dead was sometimes blurred. She recounts an experience where she found a living (albeit just) person in the morgue and then in surreal drama bringing him out of it to the room. He had been wrongly diagnosed by a Brother! (Chaterjee / Hitchens)
References:
1. Mother Teresa: The Final Verdict
Aroup Chatterjee
2. The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice
Christopher Hitchens
3. Fox, Robin (1994). “Mother Theresa’s care for the dying”. The Lancet 344 (8925): 807
4. “Less than Miraculous” by Christopher Hitchens, Free Inquiry 24(2), February/March 2004.
5. Mother Teresa: Where are her millions?”, Stern 10 September 1998
7.Www.justiceforhindus.org
8.www.fb.com/missionariesofcharity
11.Canadian study: Mother Teresa not so “saintly” http://www.rcinet.ca/en/2013/05/07/canadian-study-mother-teresa-not-so-saintly/

9 comments on “Dark secret of Mother Teresa-Exposed

  1. Sanatan Dharm and Hinduism
    September 3, 2016

    Reblogged this on Voice of world and commented:

    Dark secret of Mother Teresa-Not a saint but corrupted and conversion saint-ANTI CHRIST

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  2. Sanatan Dharm and Hinduism
    September 4, 2016

    All connected like your body , hands feet , and brain if one has it. Thank you as this conversation is worthless . Let me enjoy American holiday of freedom of thoughts.

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