If you put double quotes “like this”, that means you are quoting somebody, if you are quoting somebody, you should not quote something which that person never said. If you do that, that means you are low class cheater.
As Radhanath baba is spreading his “peace, tolerance, love everybody, cure the eye, feed the karmi school children” nonsense, we no longer don’t even dare to quote Prabhupada properly.
Durban Ratha Yatra, April 16, 2017
As you can see, this banner says “Simply by liberal distribution of pure plant-based food and pure sound, the whole world can become peaceful and prosperous.” However, there is slight problem with this quote, Prabhupada never said that.
What Prabhupada really said was: “Simply by liberal distribution of prasada and sankirtana, the whole world can become peaceful and prosperous.” (SB 4.12.10p)
So, what is this nonsense? What fertile brain took permission to change Srila Prabhupada words and convert him to Dalai Lama nonsense.
What a hell is “pure plant-based food” ? People will think that this is something which you washed before eating it.
Pure devotee, senapati bhakt Srila Prabhupada came to the west to cook “plant-based food”? What is the matter with these people? Food for life south Africa leadership became so deviated than they are insulting Prabhupada by changing his words and presenting him like some nonsense new age guru.
What a hell is “pure sound”? After 50 years, Hare Krishna maha mantra has become household word, but instead of sankirtana we are putting this “pure sound” nonsense. What a hell is pure sound? Maybe sound of violin?
Dear Vrindavana Chadra das, please put Ramesh baba photo on the poster next time, so that you are not insulting Prabhupada by converting him into nonsense.
GBC’s for South Africa, who are training the leaders in such a stupid fashion are Bhakti Caitanya Swami and Devamrta Swami. I wish them warm welcome to my website.
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This article originally appeared on Lasting Impression website