Reputed Media and Other Agencies Decried By Sathya Sai Baba’s Defenders
Posted by Barry Pittard on October 27, 2009
Those who defend Sathya Sai Baba and his global cult would tirelessly denigrate and defame all who seriously question him and his Sathya Sai Organization. Quite apart from former followers and other critics, their targets include leading journalists and broadcasters of repute who have investigated Sathya Sai Baba and his sect. This fact alone suggests the cultic mind at work.
Being one of those centrally involved in approaches to Interpol, governments, media, UNESCO, and other agencies in attempting to bring third party scrutiny to the Sathya Sai Baba and his core accomplices, I have repeatedly seen how demanding journalists and officials of these professional organizations are. Media include the BBC, DR, CBC, ABC, SBS, India Today, Times of London, Telegraph, the Guardian, the Age, Gatopado, West Australian, (Adelaide) Advertiser, and newspapers in Europe, Canada and and still others.
Networked former devotees from various countries have strongly stood for transparency and accountability – our own as well as that of the Sathya Sai Organization. This organization of ‘the secret swami’ has repeatedly been seen by the agencies mentioned above to eschew the requirements expected in any genuine democracy.
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