Don’t expect Hanuman or anybody else to save you. You voluntarily joined the retarded Gestapo society, and you can save yourself by leaving this society.
ISKCON is in trouble. ISKCON is in big trouble. Since Radhanath baba became the main guru in ISKCON, almost everybody became retarded.
For years now, I have been warning spiritually inquisitive people about retarded ISKCON theology.
If everybody would remain retarded and stop reading Srila Prabhupada’s books, life would be bliss.
So there is one Mr. Hridayananda Goswami, but it’s 2019 and sannyasis walking around barefoot with nothing but kamandalu (all purpose small metal pot), danda and the clothes on their back is so 2018 (B.C.). Naturally, Mr. Goswami has a Facebook page, dresses like an ordinary person and has an apartment in Los Angeles, USA.?
Oh, I love “philosophical” encounters with ISKCON’s retarded followers. This debate is very important because it perfectly paints the profile of average ISKCON member.
Ok let’s establish some Vaishnava epistemology: Kirtan is a sacrifice of one’s time and energy that is meant only for the pleasure of Krishna. Ideally, the motivation to do kirtan should be purely for the pleasure of Guru and Krishna, but we all have material desires and false egos too, I get it. However one should not knowingly exploit Krishna, whether in the form of His Names, Deity, etc. For example in India, we find caste “goswamis” making a living by showing the Deities installed in their family temple and taking payment for darshan in the form of donations from pilgrims. Thus the temple becomes their personal storefront and the Deities are like zoo animals that they show off to the public for a fee (Krishna forgive me for even repeating such an offensive thing). These “caste goswamis” may be devotees, however, we can presume by their grossly exploitive attitude toward Krishna that they are neophyte devotees, or “mundane religionists” as Srila Prabhupada called these types of people.
Radhanath baba’s mayavadi crew continues to push mundane tourism through ISKCON channels.