Reports Action On Corrupt Indian Gurus
By: Ex Baba admin
This article contains the media
links for this development, and also quotes from relevant
articles by Barry Pittard, with hyperlinks provided, spanning
many months - e.g., suggesting a gradual groundswell against
endemic corruption in India. He expresses the hope that,
increasingly, independent forms of investigation will eventually
be made into Sathya Sai Baba and his core servitors.
"The influential media outlet
CNN-IBN has just come out with a series of articles on the
increasing exposure of ‘godmen’ in India.
What will not be so obvious is the courage of those in
journalism, the judiciary, police forces and so on who are
putting themselves in danger when they attempt to confront the
forces of corruption"
"With India on her way to becoming a
superpower, a great contribution she can make - one that can
indeed shame those countries which flaunt their democratic
traditions - is to clean up her ‘house’ and set an example of
flourishing democratic achievements. For decades, the profoundly
failed guru, Sathya Sai Baba, has been saying that he will first
clean up his ‘own backyard’. He has made all too little dent but
India does not need him. She has, down millennia, furnished the
worthy aims that he uncontroversially preaches. She has long
abounded in great exemplars. It is goods delivery well in excess
of all the preaching by her sometimes shady and failed gurus
that is needed"