Alcoholics Anonymous in Mumbai India is embracing the TV Drama series Satyamev Jayate which is becoming more and more like an India version of Dr. Drew and Dr. Phil. Causing mass hysteria in the surrounding population, the Alcoholics Anonymous infrastructure in that country can not keep up allowing many prospects to escape capture by the cult. Expect the recruitment of Internet and phone engineers to be heavy by the cult with little or no pay for the "service work" in the promotion, identifying, capture, coercion and conversion of the population to the pseudo religion of Bill Wilson chanting and the confession cult of the Oxford Group of Frank Buchman.
Aamir's impact on the countrymen drowning in alcoholism
ABP News Bureau
Friday, 06 July 2012 21:22
Mumbai: Lakhs in the country who are in the trapped state of alcoholism have now begun to knock the doors of Alcoholics Anonymous, an organization helping such people to get rid of the disease. Aamir's impact on curbing alcoholism
The ninth episode of Satyamev Jayate dealt with alcoholism featuring real life case of alcohol addicts and interviews with experts.
‘Asar’ on ABP News, which showcases the impact of Aamir Khan’s weekly talk show, has come to know that Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) has now received over a lakh calls and over 14,000 smses.
In India, the AA programme has more than 1,100 groups with more than 30,000 members involved with it. It runs the completely free-of-cost programme by taking donations only from their own members.
As soon as the show got aired, within 45 seconds AA received 1000 calls. It also jammed the website. In a single day the organisation received 30,000 calls.
Alcoholics Anonymous is, a fellowship of recovering alcoholic, had expected to receive so many calls and hence set up a temporary call center to receive maximum calls.
Rekha, Alcoholics Anonymous employee, says: “We take the caller’s info and we call them back and help them. I feel good about what we are doing.”
“I am glad that many want to come out of it. Happy to know these people are taking a step. Because of alcoholism one needs to realize that it is just not the drinker but his/her entire family who is being affected,” said Aamir.
Studies have shown that alcoholism is a disease and not a “bad habit” devastating not only the addict but also his family.
Alcoholism has led to domestic violence, depriving children of education, causing unemployment among the bread earner of the family and finally leading to indefinite social problems.
“Banning alcohol is not the solution because there are a lot of chances that people can go beyond their village and district in search of it. Here is where such organizations like Alcoholics Anoynmous can help,” says Aamir
However, Aamir does not blame the film industry for glamourising alcohol. But he also believes that we need not glorify the intake of consuming alcohol in a larger way through our screen presence.
“It was a good show explaining us the ill effects of alcohol. Got a lot of knowledge from it,” Jaswant Singh, trader.
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Why on earth they are advertizing the numbers that are already dropping calls and not being answered is beyond comprehension. It would appear that the insanity of Bill Wilson chanting and Frank Buchman religious conversion is taking hold in India......