Sunday, August 5, 2007


Hundreds protest attack on Temple on the Sea
Louis B Homer South Bureau

Every day, at least 50 people visit the Temple on the Sea at Waterloo, Central Trinidad.

After the news broke that an attempt was made to burn the temple, there were hundreds of visitors who went to view the damage or to express their disgust about the incident.

Owner of the temple Randolph Rampersad said four murtis (statues) were damaged and bundled together, several windows were damaged and an attempt was made to burn the 12-year-old shrine, which replaced one constructed in 1949 by an East Indian immigrant, Sewdas Sadhu.

The four murtis that were damaged are of Lord Krishna, Lord Ganesh, Hannuman Baba and Mother Durga. Rampersad said, "It will cost approximately $100,000 to repair the damage done to the temple."

The Rampersad family was shocked at the extent off the damage done to the temple.

It have to take some dotish setta niggas to do something like this.

Off course these fockers doh have no sense of fockin religion in them and as such no regard for any fockin people. They doh know whether dem is mudder cont Christian, Muslim, Buddhists or whatever. Hinduism is the only religion that will not accept these fockers. So they mash up the mudder cont thing.

And bet you bottom dollar the fockin waste ah time police will be of no use in finding perpetrators of this disgusting act.

Something telling me is dem niggas from Boot Hill. And they probably responding from the fockin racist comments made by people on the COP platform.


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