If you ever decide to come and live in ISKCON Zagreb, a wonderful Ramesh community, there are couple of simple rules you need to follow unless you want to get yourself banned.
Message-ID: <CAHEdfkH9H5d6aXgzCv6h_0NxXC8aMiha52WZxaDk9RkTjcYLpA@mail.gmail.com> Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2016 06:36:39 +0000 Subject: open letter - Freedom of speech From: Hanuman das To: email@example.com, "Anuttama.ACBSP@pamho.net" <Anuttama.ACBSP@pamho.net>
Dear Malati “prabhu”,
please accept my humble obeisances.
All glories to Srila Prabhupada.
You didn’t reply to my last letter. I forgot to mention that whenever you don’t reply, I assume you agree with everything I wrote.
Feminists in the GBC body started panicking. And the source of panic is new book by Bhakti Vikasa Swami called “Women: Masters or mothers”.
Leadership of any organization is entitled to ban books which they consider dangerous for wider body of their members. But banning of books should be last measure to prevent deviant philosophies.
Since this book contains mostly Srila Prabhupada quotes, a million dollar question is what is actual deviation within this book?
Whereas the GBC Body accepts that many different understandings of the teachings of Srila Prabhupada and sastra, and many different understandings of what constitutes effective preaching, exist amongst ISKCON devotees, and this, in general, is a healthy situation;
So, let’s analyse my sins from the past half year and the whole background. Major point of contention with the temple board is that I didn’t relay my grievances through “proper channels”, namely local authorities and the GBC, but rather, I did it publicly.
Who was the first to save us Bosnia, Slovenia and Croatia from Brajraj Sharan tour in 2016?
The GBC for Bosnia and Slovenia is Bir Krishna Goswami.
Instead of stopping this nonsense by public statement, there is attempt to make Ramesh sahajiya bonafide.