International Cricket And The Secret Swami 


Date: 14-01-08

By: Ex Baba admin

Controversy rages on cricket involving India and Australia. See Barry Pittard's blogsite - He looks at the terrible rows and wonders whether Sai Baba dominated international cricket would be any better, in his article: 

International Cricket And The Secret Swami

(Note, 'the secret swami is BBC television's term for Sai Baba in its documentary The Secret Swami)


The Sai Baba-India Cricket Nexus
Sharad Pawar - Or Sai Baba Power?
Sai Baba’s Agenda to Use Top Level International Sport
Indian Cricket Players - Playthings of Sathya Sai Baba?
The Status of Witnesses Who Claim Abuse By Sai Baba
For the Time Being, Judicial Processes. But Will Pawar’s Threats Return Sooner or Later?
And What Of The Honor Of Grieving Former Sai Baba Devotees Worldwide?
Is Pawar a BCCI “Secret Swami” Man?
Two India’s


"Given worldwide allegations against Sai Baba, it is clear that Sharad Pawar, the BCCI and players themselves - not to mention the highly culpable Manmohan Singh government - who have shown themselves so partial to Sai Baba, have some explaining to do. Is it appropriate that a great Indian flagship to the world be used to further the well-known agenda of Sathya Sai Baba to reveal himself to the world as God fully incarnate? Is there any other nation which would support - much less profoundly support, as successive Indian governments have done - an individual who makes such extraordinary claims?"

"And what might we expect if Pawar assumes presidency of the ICC? Secrecy? Cover up? Refusal to be challenged on the Sai Baba nexus? With the BBC terming Sai Baba as ‘the secret swami’, can we expect Pawar and the BCCI to maintain the secrecy surrounding Sai Baba and his intentions for international Indian cricket? The international media needs to question him hard on this, for most Indian newspaper proprietors have been too fearful to take on Sai Baba"

"Sharad Pawar also wants to preside over world cricket. He needs, then, to be asked some hard questions about his and many of his team’s affiliations with Sathya Sai Baba and that guru’s own bid for world supremacy - not only in Sport but, with a devious sport’s stepping stone, to posturing himself to the world as its Savior of all Saviors who have ever visited the earth"