Oppose nonsense or become nonsenseHanuman das
Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura never ceases to amaze me.
As if he was able to see the future and send a message to a watered-down, rotten society called ISKCON, where you are constantly brainwashed into “not criticizing” and “not speaking negatively”. Because of those two pillars of ISKCON, deviants are really flourishing in this Gestapo society. But fortunately, for those who want to stay intelligent, Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati can show the way. And the greatest thing is that Bhaktisiddhanta’s statements have embedded retard filter, if you are retarded, you can’t even understand what Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati is trying to say:
The truth (satya) is propagated in a twofold way viz. positively or by the method of direct support and negatively by the method of opposition. The truth cannot be made sufficiently known by the positive method alone. Propaganda by the method of opposition more than the presentation of the positive aspect brings about more brilliantly in this world the appearance and glorification of the truth. The positive method by itself is not the most effective mode of propaganda in a controversial Age like the present. The negative method which seeks to differentiate the Truth from non Truth in all its forms, is even better calculated to convey the directly inconceivable significance of the Absolute. It is a necessity which cannot be conscientiously avoided by the dedicated preacher of the Truth if he wants to be loyal servant of Godhead. The method is sure to create an atmosphere of controversy in which it is quite easy to lose one’s balance of judgement. But the ways of the deluding energy are so intricate that unless their mischevious nature is fully exposed it is not possible for the soul in the conditioned state to avoid the snares spread by the enchantress for encompassing the ruin of her only too willing victims. It is a duty which shall be sacred to all who have been enabled to obtain even a distant glimpse of the Absolute. (Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Thakur, The Harmonist 25 N. 1 June 1927)