Racial Attacks Continue


Back To Prabhupada, Issue 39, Spring 2013

An email sent out in January 2013 by one Madhudvisa Dasa, with the subject heading "Everyone is Lying to You", stated:

"The other, more insidious motivation, is that Krishna Kant is of South Indian descent and the Indian brahmanas, particularly the South Indian brahmanas are very upset at Srila Prabhupada and ISKCON for making westerners Vaisnavas and worse still making westerners sannyasis and gurus. They want to stop this and have taken to supporting the rtvik philosophy as a way to eliminate western gurus, 'Prabhupada did not want any of his disciples to become diksa gurus ever' is an idea that the Indian caste brahmanas like very much..."

Thus, those opposed to Srila Prabhupada's status as ISKCON's diksa guru have come up with the following conflicting racial theories:

1) Jayadvaita Swami insisting that I must be wrong in relation to the GBC due to being a "Gujarati guy" (of Western Indian origin) -- please see BTP 34;

2) ISKCON Nairobi's spokesperson claiming that BTP opposes ISKCON's gurus due to myself being of British birth and culture -- please see BTP 37;

3) And now, that I am promoting Srila Prabhupada as ISKCON's only diksa guru due to being of South Indian descent!

Thus, they are unable to even settle on the same racial theory. We await to see which theory based on bodily considerations will be conjured up next in a desperate attempt to attack the idea that Srila Prabhupada is ISKCON's diksa guru. If one could defeat the arguments presented by the IRM philosophically, then there would be no need to resort to such racial theories. And for the record, since I am not even of South Indian descent, clearly it is Madhudvisa who is "lying to everyone" here! These racial theories, and other nonsense, are thoroughly debunked in the paper "Madhudvisa is lying to you", which can be read online here: www.iskconirm.com/lying


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