Only thing worse than spineless, is spineless Hindu

Only thing worse than spineless, is spineless Hindu

I am practicing Krishna consciousness for 25 years, and I didn’t know am I Hindu.

You surely remember Anuttama das, the spineless PR saint from yesterday’s article. Well, it turns out that he is willing to go deep into your butt if you are a popular politician. To enter deeply into Tulsi Gabbard’s butt, the is willing to become a Hindu.

Yet another sell-off by GBC prostitutes. Srila Prabhupada clearly explained to us that we are followers of Sanatana dharma, we are called Rupanugas because we follow Rupa Goswami’s system of religion.

But Anuttama would sell his own mother for some money and popularity. The greatest poet said:

Yet man professes to belong to a particular type of faith with reference to particular time and circumstance and thus claims to be a Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Buddhist or any other sect. Such designations are non-sanātana-dharma. A Hindu may change his faith to become a Muslim, or a Muslim may change his faith to become a Hindu, or a Christian may change his faith and so on. But in all circumstances the change of religious faith does not effect the eternal occupation of rendering service to others. The Hindu, Muslim or Christian in all circumstances is servant of someone. Thus, to profess a particular type of sect is not to profess one’s sanātana-dharma. The rendering of service is sanātana-dharma. (BG Introduction)

I would request ISKCON retards to read at least the Introduction to Bhagavad-gita as it is. This is really enough for you to understand that you have been cheated by crooked Gestapo officers who are not acting in your best interest.

If you God Forbid read anything beyond Introduction to Bhagavad-gita, you would know that:

But although life is temporary and we do not know what we are going to be in the next life, still, by the spell of this illusory energy, we consider ourselves in the light of this bodily conception of life, and we thus think that we are American, Indian, Russian or brāhmaṇa, Hindu, Muslim, etc. And if we become entangled with the modes of material nature, then we forget the Supreme Personality of Godhead who is behind all these modes. (BG 7.13p)

In all his books, lectures, letters and conversations, Srila Prabhupada did not write even once that. “I am Hindu and my disciples are Hindu”. Not once. On the contrary, Srila Prabhupada was not even neutral toward Hindu religion, he was against it:

Unfortunately, those who do not cultivate Kṛṣṇa consciousness and do not properly understand the Vedic knowledge accept any rascal to be an incarnation of God, and they are of the opinion that one can become an incarnation simply by worshiping a demigod. This philosophical hodge-podge exists under the name of the Hindu religion, but the Kṛṣṇa consciousness movement does not approve of it. Indeed, we strongly condemn it. (CC Adi 10.11p)

This analysis by Śrī Bhaktivinoda Ṭhākura, supporting the statements of Śrī Kṛṣṇadāsa Kavirāja Gosvāmī, depicts the position of the present so-called Hindu religion, which, being predominantly conducted by the Māyāvāda philosophy, has become a hodgepodge institution of various concocted ideas. Māyāvādīs greatly fear the Kṛṣṇa consciousness movement and accuse it of spoiling the Hindu religion because it accepts people from all parts of the world and all religious sects and scientifically engages them in the daiva-varṇāśrama-dharma. As we have explained several times, however, we find no such word as “Hindu” in the Vedic literature. The word most probably came from Afghanistan, a predominantly Muslim country, and originally referred to a pass in Afghanistan known as Hindukush that is still a part of a trade route between India and various Muslim countries. (CC Adi 12.73p)

Although posing as great scholars, ascetics, householders and svāmīs, the so-called followers of the Hindu religion are all useless, dried-up branches of the Vedic religion. They are impotent; they cannot do anything to spread the Vedic culture for the benefit of human society. (CC Adi 12.73p)

So, if you remain a member of ISKCON, you are actually a follower of a Spineless Hindu guy and you are also an enemy of Srila Prabhupada. And this Spineless Hindu guy will approve the next generation of ISKCON gurus who are supposed to protect Srila Prabhupada’s legacy. What a joke. So, who will be guru after Srila Prabhupada’s disciple leave the planet? Guru will be some feminist Hindu guy who is following into the spineless PR agenda and tries to make a living in that way. Somebody like Gaur Gopal.

As a matter of fact, as no ISKCON member is protesting this nonsense, you didn’t actually deserve anything better. You deserve to live as a brainless fool and be led by Spineless Hindus. And you when you receive your brahminical initiation from an ISKCON puppy guru who never attacks deviations, you will become a certified retard.

As far as I am concerned, I am not Hindu, Hindus are those guys who don’t allow Srila Prabhupada’s followers to enter temples. Srila Prabhupada called them Rascals:

We do not know why the pāṣaṇḍīs of the present day protest that we are deteriorating the Hindu religion by spreading Kṛṣṇa consciousness all over the world and claiming all classes of men to the highest standard of Vaiṣṇavism. But these rascals disagree with us so vehemently that some of them do not allow European and American Vaiṣṇavas to enter into the temples of Viṣṇu. Thinking religion to be meant for material benefit, these so-called Hindus have actually become vicious by worshiping the numerous forms of the demigods. (CC Adi 17.217)

All glories to Srila Prabhupada, an uncompromising Acarya who was not afraid to call spade a spade.

Our philosophy has always been that the one who follows Krishna consciousness is above all mundane designations. And due to retards like Anuttama, this knowledge has been lost:

One may become attached to the four sinful activities-illicit sex, intoxication, gambling and meat eating, or one may consider a Vaiṣṇava to belong to a mundane caste or creed. One may think, “This is a Hindu Vaiṣṇava, and this is a European Vaiṣṇava. A European Vaiṣṇava is not allowed to enter the temples.” In other words, one may consider Vaiṣṇavas in terms of birth, thinking one a brāhmaṇa Vaiṣṇava, a śūdra Vaiṣṇava, a mleccha Vaiṣṇava and so on. One may also try to carry out a professional business while chanting the Hare Kṛṣṇa mantra or reading Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam, or one may try to increase his monetary strength by illegal means. One may also try to be a cheap Vaiṣṇava by chanting in a secluded place for material adoration, or one may desire mundane reputation by making compromises with nondevotees, compromising one’s philosophy or spiritual life, or one may become a supporter of a hereditary caste system. All these are pitfalls of personal sense gratification. (CC Madhya 19.160p)