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ISKCON’s AIDS

Every organism has some system of defending itself against a disease. That system is called immune system.

Similarly, every society has some kind of immune system against those who are trying to damage the society. For criminals, we have police and justice system, which of course has many flaws, but it somewhat works in normal countries.

For the government officials, there is also immune system, which is called journalists, social media and so on. If some government official makes a mistake, journalists will create public pressure and that official might even be forced to step down. If he doesn’t step down, the the whole ruling party might get implicated. More recent example is australian deputy prime minister, who was forced to resign because he had an affair with his female secretary. I am sure many ISKCON sannyasis can learn a lot from his example.

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Polite opposition

Only way to fight nonsense is to publicly oppose it. And you can publicly opposite it only if you are well grounded in reading Prabhupada’s books, in this way, you will be able to recognize nonsense.

It is duty of every follower of A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada to keep his teachings intact and pure. However, today, in Prabhupada’s own society, fighting deviant philosophy is pronounced criminal activity. It is taught to be “offensive”. This is so because corrupt leaders of Prabhupada’s society established such social norms. It is “not good” to fight nonsense and be straight forward, because that might “offend” fake gurus and their followers.

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Positive opportunity (according to Radhanath baba)

Here, Radhanath’s baba is trying to teach us very important lesson. Successful person sees “positive opportunity” in everything. Something to learn. But what is there to learn? This can be whatever you imagine it to be. I mean Prabhupada was very straightforward, he said material world is not a place for gentleman, and that we need to get out of it. Material world is full of danger on every step, dukhalayam asasvatam. And we have only one thing to learn in this material world, and that is that we need to become devotee of Krishna and go Back to Godhead.

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Being simple (as explained by Radhanath baba)

What it means to be simple? According to Radhanath baba, simple means to be content with what is meaningful and valuable. 😀 😀 😀 This can be whatever you imagine it to be. Some people thing money is valuable, others think that TV is valuable, and majority of people think their cat or dog are valuable. So, what is really valuable, baba didn’t explain. And therefore this quote is useless.

Prabhupada was very open and straightforward, he emphasised all the time that Krishna consciousness is most valuable thing. And to be simple, that means that you repeat words of your spiritual master instead of becoming circus new age fake guru.

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Being grateful (as explained by Radhanath baba)

You can be grateful for many things, and with new age gurus like Radhanath Swami, it’s important to feel gratitude. Gratitude for what? For “any little thing”? What a hell is “any little thing”? Prabhupada didn’t come to the west to bring “any little thing”, he came to bring the greatest treasure possible. And that is an opportunity to become pure devotee of Lord Krishna. My God, how this guy ever made it to the “ISKCON guru” list, that list is severely compromised.

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Caring for each other (by Radhanath baba)

I always felt spiritual when I took care for my pig. And now I finally found a guru who confirmed it. Now I know that when I feed my pig, I am walking a spiritual path. Therefore, to become even more spiritual, I took inspiration from this russian girl to feed my pig with flowers. Now, sincerely, tell me, when I can get initiation from Radhanath baba?

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Open letter to Malati “prabhu”

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Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2016 06:02:51 +0000
Subject: reading without buying
From: Hanuman das
To: malati.acbsp@pamho.net

Dear Malati “prabhu”,

thank you for explaining us that “Woman: Masters or mothers” book is not actually banned, allow me to retort.

In your recent article on Sampradaya sun, you explain how book is not actually banned, rather only sales are prohibited.

Murari das took you seriously and tried explain various word meanings.

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