Questions for the GBC





Questions for the GBC


  1. Now that there is new evidence, taken from your own abandoned hair sample, that Srila Prabhupada was murdered, are you going to investigate who committed this crime?

  2. Was it a crime for the senior devotees to lie to their godsiblings in 1977 by saying that Srila Prabhupada appointed them as pure devotee, sum total of all the demigod, gurus? If that was a crime, what is a fitting punishment for the liars who damaged many godsiblings’ faith in Srila Prabhupada?

  3. Was/is it a crime to chase godsiblings away from ISKCON who have a different understanding of Srila Prabhupada’s teachings and do not interpret Srila Prabhupadas instructions in the same way that the GBC has agreed to interpret them?

  4. Is it a crime for conditioned souls to change the written words of a pure devotee, against his instructions?

  5. Is it a crime for the leadership of ISKCON to ignore purpose “(f)” of the articles of incorporation of ISKCON, (f)To bring the members closer together for the purpose of teaching a simpler and more natural way of life.” , especially when the specter of WW3 is looming?

  6. Is it a crime for the leadership to observe the egregious failings of their policies in terms of over 39 GBC sanctioned diksa gurus having fallen down, and not make major changes to the policy? Why hasn’t the GBC by followed Srila Prabhupada’s instructions that a disciple becomes a diksa guru only through the order of his spiritual master? Do you think that Srila Prabhupada is dead and gone and incapable of ordering a qualified disciple to assume this post?

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