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Internet Trolling: A Playground For The Cruel and Unusual

Posted by Barry Pittard on June 13, 2012

 “Trolling” is a main internet hazard. One that is cruel and anarchic. The effects of “trolling” soon become known to those who speak out on topics people feel passionate about.  Often vicious and evil-minded, a “troll” can attack even those who raise no contentious topic, but who attract disturbed comment, whether verbal or pictorial. 

Here is a commonly seen, rather chilling representation of the internet “troll”.

“Troll” icon. The Wikipedia article states:  ‘The “trollface”, first appearing in 2008, is often used to indicate trolling in contemporary internet culture.[1] Modern usage of the word itself dates from 1980s”. For full Wiki article, click HERE.  Except:
‘In Internet slang, a troll is someone who posts inflammatory,[2] extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as an online discussion forum, chat room, or blog, with the primary intent of provoking readers into an emotional response[3] or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion.[4]The noun troll may refer to the provocative message itself, as in: “That was an excellent troll you posted.”

While the word troll and its associated verb trolling are associated with Internet discourse, media attention in recent years has made such labelssubjective, with trolling describing intentionally provocative actions and harassment outside of an online context. For example, mass media has used troll to describe “a person who defaces Internet tribute sites with the aim of causing grief to families.”[5][6]

Prominent writers on Sathya Sai Baba and his cult, the international Sathya Sai Organization, such as Robert Priddy (Norway), Brian Steel and Barry Pittard (Australia) came to regard the last decades of unrelenting attacks on us as an occupational hazard.  Many decent Sathya Sai Baba devotees would have nothing to do with one of the worst “trollers” (among other of his undoubtedly sociopathic  ‘talents’) on the internet, Gerard ‘Joe’ Moreno. See also:  Gerald Moreno – Fanatical Cyber Libeler

Any scholar or investigative journalist who reviews the history of the exposure of Sathya Sai Baba and his cult can see the sheer volume of Moreno’s dismal opus, and the sheer intensity of his defamation, character assassination, ad hominem arguments, misrepresentation, vituperation, name-calling, and, as only briefly seen below, distorted and demeaning cartooning of former devotees who have spoken out, and other, endless devious exploitation of internet resources ….

Among other revealing details, note his permanent banning by the Wikipedia authorities:  Defender of Sathya Sai Baba and his Organization Gerald ‘Joe’ Moreno of Las Cruces, New Mexico

The saibabaofindia group, some members of whom were long close to Sai Baba and his core servitors are, in their aiding and abetting of Moreno, as to extreme behaviours, most a-typical of the many good and decent rank-and-file Sai Baba followers. However, he has been a kind of populist hero among some followers. Heads of the international Sathya Sai Organization, like Dr G. Venkataraman, have long turned a blind eye, and permitted members to persist in their cruel defamations of many former devotees around the world, including outstanding leaders who, until they raised their voices, were held in high esteem (just as they have always been in their own wider communities!). See:  

Sathya Sai Baba Critic Serguei Badaev: An Incisive Voice of Conscience From Russia

Stephen Carthew, A Voice of Testimony From Australia, On The Dangers of Cults

The Late Leo Boogaard: A Dutch Voice of Conscience On Sathya Sai Baba

Barry Pittard – On Institutional Cover Ups and Psychological Denial

The Sathya Sai Organization: Almost overnight, dissenters treated as demons! 

For news of British laws for curbing at least some of the “Wild West” aspects of the internet, see below.  For a brief Al Jazeera television news report, click here: What is an internet troll?

The article from Britain’s ‘Independent’ newspaper may prompt the notion that as increasingly many deeply entrenched high establishment figures get “trolled”, there will be commensurate moves to enshrine measures in bodies of internet law.  The ‘Independent reports:

“The victims of his (Frank Zimmerman’s) vitriolic messages included the businessman Lord Sugar, General Sir Mike Jackson, the former head of the Army, and David Petraeus, the former US Army commander in Iraq and Afghanistan and now CIA head. And to Terence Blacker, one of his former neighbours, Zimmerman posed as a member of the hacking group LulzSec, sending a series of threatening emails”.

In her insightful and fairly detailed article in The Guardian newspaper, Lucy Pepper makes a note which, in a perverse way, comments on the sheer versatility of an internet voice of hate such as Gerald Moreno. “Trolling” is but one of his cruel and unusual skills:

“You can hear haters described in song by Isabel Fay, but they’re not the same as trolls, even while many people (Fay included) use the terms interchangeably (I’m not being a hater when I say that, by the way; I’m being a pedant). Trolls aren’t necessarily any more pleasant than haters, but their agenda is different – they don’t just want to insult a particular person, they want to start a fight – hopefully one that has a broader application, and brings in more people than just the object of their original trolling. The term derives from a fishing technique – say your stupid thing, watch the world bite”.

The Independent

Internet ‘troll’ who targeted Louise Mensch escapes with suspended sentence

 KUNAL DUTTA . TUESDAY 12 JUNE 2012
The man who sent threatening messages to people including the Conservative MP Louise Mensch and The Independent’s columnist Terence Blacker avoided jail but received a suspended sentence and an order not to contact his high-profile victims again.

Safe in what he must have thought was the anonymity of the internet, Frank Zimmerman portrayed himself as an expert computer hacker with inside information on the newspaper phone-hacking scandal as he sent abusive and threatening missives.

Yesterday, as he appeared at Cheltenham magistrates’ court having been arrested on a warrant by police, he was revealed as a destitute, 60-year-old agoraphobic with flowing white hair and a history of depression.

The victims of his vitriolic messages included the businessman Lord Sugar, General Sir Mike Jackson, the former head of the Army, and David Petraeus, the former US Army commander in Iraq and Afghanistan and now CIA head. And to Terence Blacker, one of his former neighbours, Zimmerman posed as a member of the hacking group LulzSec, sending a series of threatening emails.

But it was his messages to Ms Mensch that brought him to the dock. Zimmerman told the MP she faced a “Sophie’s Choice” – a reference to the novel in which the heroine has to choose between the life of her son or daughter.

Addressing the Corby MP as the “slut of Twitter”, Zimmerman wrote: “We are Anonymous and we do not like rude c***s like you and your nouveau riche husband Peter Mensch. We are inside your computer, all your phones everywhere and inside your homes. So get off Twitter. We have sent a camera crew to photograph you and your kids and we will post it over the net including Twitter, c***face.”

The MP, who had given him her personal email address after he contacted her on Twitter claiming he had information on the hacking scandal, ordered protection for her family and informed police who traced the IP address of the messages to Zimmerman’s house in Barnwood, Gloucestershire.

After the sentencing Ms Mensch tweeted: “Sentence seems proportionate and just. I hope it will deter others from this kind of abuse and bullying.”

She added: “Other women besides myself were targeted by this man; and police forces…[devoted] resources.”

The sentencing of Zimmerman is the latest sign that prosecutors are clamping down on cyberbullying by so-called “trolls”. Earlier this year police took action against Liam Stacey, 21, from South Wales, who was jailed for 56 days for mocking the Bolton footballer Fabrice Muamba on Twitter after he collapsed with a heart attack. Sean Duffy, 25, was jailed last September for mocking the death of Natasha MacBryde, 15, who threw herself under a train. And last week, Facebook was ordered by the High Court to hand over details of users accused of bullying Nicola Brookes.

What is an internet troll?

Victims of anonymous trolls on Twitter and other social media may soon have the power to discover their tormentors’ identities, thanks to a new law. But what’s the difference between a troll and somebody who just has very bad manners?

 Guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 12 June 2012 16.38 BST. Comments (293)

Trolls can wreck lives.
Trolls can wreck lives. Illustration: Lucy Pepper.

I’m sitting waiting for the House of Commons to start debating a Law Against Trolls or, as they would call it, an amendment to the Defamation Act. It would basically let internet providers off the hook for the publication of their content, so long as they signed up to divulge the identity of any of their users. To warrant such a disclosure, the injured party would have to show that their reputation had been significantly damaged; then they would be given the offender’s identity, and would be free to pursue a civil case. Online abuse still won’t be a criminal offence, even if the bill is passed. It has wide support in parliament, so is not intended to be a very heated debate: I want to watch it to see how many MPs actually know what a troll is.

The term is widely misused: Frank Zimmerman, who received a suspended sentence for asking Louise Mensch which of her children she wished to remain alive, is not a troll, he is a hater (the death threats take him beyond the realm of ordinary hater into criminal hater; but that’s his category nonetheless). You can hear haters described in song by Isabel Fay, but they’re not the same as trolls, even while many people (Fay included) use the terms interchangeably (I’m not being a hater when I say that, by the way; I’m being a pedant). Trolls aren’t necessarily any more pleasant than haters, but their agenda is different – they don’t just want to insult a particular person, they want to start a fight – hopefully one that has a broader application, and brings in more people than just the object of their original trolling. The term derives from a fishing technique – say your stupid thing, watch the world bite.

Now, the effects of this can be devastating, especially for people who are being attacked precisely because they admitted to a vulnerability in the first place. Olivia Penpraze, from Melbourne, Australia, started blogging about her depression in 2010. Over a period of time, amid many messages of support, some trolls told her that she ought to kill herself because she was so ugly she was better off dead. She took her own life two months ago, at the age of 19. Last year, in Worcester, 15-year-old Natasha MacBryde killed herself under similar pressures. Following MacBryde’s death, Sean Duffy posted a message opining that she wasn’t bullied, she was just a whore, for which he received an 18-week prison sentence and was banned from using social networking sites for five years. This is the dead centre of troll territory; what they’re looking for is that sharp intake of breath; the collective, “How can you say that?” outrage. Richard Wiseman, a professor of psychology at the University of Hertfordshire, who also makes cool videos for the web, has had his share of haters, and greets that with equanimity. He thinks it is the consequence of this type of communication (“You remove a social barrier on the internet, and suddenly people feel a bit more freed up to say things”), and also a consequence of the fact that you move in broader circles online than you ever would in life. But while hating bounces off him, trolling does not: “There were a couple of comments that came in that were horribly racist. You do shudder. You think: really, you felt the need to write that?”

Racist trolling probably has the highest profile cases – most recently, Liam Stacey was jailed for 56 days after tweeting offensive messages including, “LOL” and, “Muamba, he’s dead, hahahaha,” when the footballer Fabrice Muamba collapsed on the pitch during a match in April. It’s generally very unusual for trolling to result in custody – and race is generally at the crux of it when it does. There is an astonishing seam of trolling that concerns violence against women (I was particularly struck recently by the person who said they wanted to fuck Josie Long in the eyes) but such abuse is generally without consequence.

Of course it’s possible to troll at a much less violent level, simply by stalking through internet communities where people might be expected to think in a particular way, and saying things that will wind them up. If you would like to try this sort of trolling to see what the appeal is, I suggest you go on to the Comment is Free section of the Guardian’s website and post something like, “People shouldn’t have kids if they can’t afford to pay for them. End of.” Or: “men like skinny women, which is why you won’t be able to find me a banker with a fat wife. WILL YOU?” Or: “Men like sex. Women like cuddles. GET OVER IT.” Or: “Nobody even knows what’s in a greenhouse gas. How can I take ‘climate change’ seriously when nobody knows anything about it?” Amusingly, I am getting quite wound up by these remarks, even though it was me who made them.

Wiseman explains this as straightforward pranking. “That’s a control thing, isn’t it? It’s baiting. Other people think you’re being genuine, and actually all you’re doing is trying to get a reaction out of them. Borat is that gag, written big. ‘I’m going to pretend to be one thing, in order to get you to respond in a particular way.’ It just happens that previously we often saw it played out with liberal values, and often now it’s played out with very illiberal values.”

I think there is something more nefarious than a prank going on, however – since these remarks often do either skew or hold up or derail the conversation, I divine anti-intellectualism, a complete rejection of and/or fear of the idea that people whose views are in the same mould might do something really fruitful with a discussion. They might work on their differences to make an argument that is more robust or far-reaching. Sticking your oar in and distracting everybody by dragging them back to first principles is a good way to ensure that nothing constructive ever happens.

Hence the mantra, “Do not feed the trolls.” But that’s destructive as well, because it makes you look afraid, which empowers trolls, or there’s a chance that you might have mistaken a troll for someone who has a good point but bad manners.

Trolls often, when you talk to them, turn out to be quite nice. One minute it’s all “when will you WAKE UP to the fact that your STINKING LIBERAL MANURE has DESTROYED THIS COUNTRY” and the next thing you know, you’ll get a message saying, “Sorry I was testy, I just got stuck in traffic on my way back from the garden centre.” It’s all about humanisation, which is the big conundrum facing this amendment – people behave badly online because they feel liberated, and they feel liberated because it’s virtual. Our standards of courtesy are bound to our corporeal selves; freed from one we’re freed from the other. Calling trolls “trolls” probably doesn’t help. We should call them rude people.

Additional research by Edna Mohamed

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Sathya Sai Organization Shields Its Accused Members From Investigation

Posted by Barry Pittard on October 13, 2011

In responsible, accountable organizations, correct, fair and reasonable processes address inappropriate or criminal behavior.

On countless occasions, the international Sathya Sai Organizationis refuses to deal with serious allegations. If they have any self-respect and regard for democratic ways, rank-and-file members of the organization should demand accountability and transparency. They should also be concerned about why so many respected institutions avoid association with their organization, and why political and government leaders refuse invitations to Sai Organization functions. Members need to heed their own feelings of misgiving at the explanations their leaders give to them.

This lack of speaking up, of questioning, profoundly ails the organization. It is also why, for example, so many costly drives in luxurious venues fail. See:

‘Secret Swami’ Cult Recruits At Prime Public Venues

Those of us who have stood forth have often been assailed by Sai Baba activists such as Gerald Moreno, of New Mexico, USA, who deride Sai Baba’s accusers for not having succeeded in court actions. However, the difficulties the victims face are formidable. Many of them wish to hide what they regard as their sense of shame. They do not wish to suffer discrimination against them in their personal or professional lives. Many have friends or relatives still closely associated with the Sathya Sai Organization. Sadly, many of them will not reach out for professional counseling, even though offered excellently qualified professional counseling.

These and other formidable obstacles are familiar to all those familiar with the years of denial and cover up in the case of such institutions as the Roman Catholic Church. (See Further Reading, below)

Robert Priddy, former, well-respected leader (Norway) in the Sathya Sai Organization and retired academic of the University of Oslo, has just posted a note on Hal Honig, of New York, USA, a high-profile Sai Baba cult leader in the United States:

Hal Honig – misguided copier of Sai Baba’s practices

Posted by robertpriddy on October 11, 2011.

Hal Honig with Sathya Sai Baba. Dare this love breathe its name?

Priddy cites my article:

Will Sai Baba Keep Hal Honig Smiling?

Posted by Barry Pittard on March 22, 2007

in which I include reference to allegations of pedophilia against Honig. A noted former leader, Shirley Pike, a U.S. psychologist highly qualified in dealing with sexual abuse of young people, made allegations at a Sai conference that Honig acted as a sexual pimp for Sathya Sai Baba.

See: U.S. Psychologist Shirley Pike’s Moving Challenge To Sathya Sai Baba and His Organization

The former Swedish leader, Conny Larsson, among others, has made the same allegations, as my above-mentioned article details.

Hal Honig Speaks. Unholy Ghost Whispers

Read independent report of what happened to some group members here

Commentators such as Robert Priddy, Brian Steel, Alexandra Nagel, Conny Larsson, and myself in addition to others who have spoken out (and left the Sathya Sai Organization), have expressed a constant theme: the need for extensive, proper and independent investigation of the many allegations.

Why should killings in Sathya Sai Baba’s bedroom, and later cover up on a monumental scale, apartments and other scams by those in his front office, and worldwide allegations of sexual abuse (some involving those other than Sathya Sai Baba, such as Hal Honig) escape due processes of the law?

Why should Sathya Sai Baba devotees remain members of an organization which, demonstrably, escapes those proper processes which are best placed to adjudicate issues? The BBC spoke of Sathya Sai Baba as ‘The Secret Swami’.

But, though he died in April 2011, his Sathya Sai Organization remains the secret swami’s secret organization.

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Further Reading

Barry Pittard – On Institutional Cover Ups and Psychological Denial

Institutional Sex Corruption: Plight of Roman Catholic Church and Sathya Sai Organization

Boy Scouts of America – Sex Abuse Revelations. Who Next?

Roman Catholics’ Deep Concern At Pope’s Apology. But He Is Way Ahead Of Indian ‘Pope’ Sathya Sai Baba

Call for media and government investigation of Sathya Sai Baba

The Public PetitionInformation on the Public Petition for Official Investigations of Sathya Sai Baba and His Worldwide Organization

About the Petition For Official Investigation Into Sathya Sai Baba Cult

(Note: You may prefer to go straight to the Petition): Public Petition For Official Investigations of Sathya Sai Baba and His Worldwide Organization

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Ex- Sathya Sai Baba Students Could Aid Sex Abuse Change In India. But Will They?

Posted by Barry Pittard on August 5, 2011

A few years ago, I addressed an ‘open letter’ to my former Whitefield (‘Brindavan’, via Bangalore, South India) Sathya Sai College Students.

On re-reading, I see that its terms can fairly be addressed (give or take the occasional specific reference) to all alumni, past and present. There have been so many revelations of great and pervasive corruption both in Sathya Sai Baba himself and in many of his officials (especially his core servitors) that it may not go amiss to post this communication here.

Thousands of Sathya Sai education alumni face a dilemma not only in their immediate communities but wherever they may settle or travel. It is hard to imagine a major education institution in which a founder and certain teachers and Trust officials have been so deeply embroiled in scandal.

But, with searching analysis and deeply thought-through remedial action, what can be so terrible can, with great good will, be transformed into something that is so wonderful. And these alumni, potentially, are faced with a great challenge. Examples where still more horrible consequences could have ensued spring to mind. Such as the work associated with names like Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, and so on. I do not mean to say that their visions for society should not be challenged. I do mean to say that they triumphed over likely outcomes that are almost too terrible to contemplate. 

Was major change to human mores and consciousness ever achieved without courage and sacrifice? Or via silence and inaction?

The Sathya Sai Baba schools, colleges and university were always places which emphasized moral uprightness. In all Sai Baba’s and his teachers’ preachments, compassion for those who suffer was exalted as an action, not just a fine feeling. Such action was the means by which the great primal energy which flows through all sentient beings could be vividly experienced.

The qualities forever enunciated were:  Sathya (Truth), Dharma (Right Conduct), Shanti (Peace), Prema (Love) and Non-violence (Ahimsa). These were said to be timeless in their nature but pragmatic and contemporary if they were to be experienced at all.

Many parents trusted Sai Baba and his teachers to deliver an education meant vastly to be different. To be something transformative in terms of character, with unselfishness at its core. And anything but materialistic and utilitarian. Or subject to corruption and scandal. Or for its founder to be exposed on BBC television in a documentary that has been seen by tens or scores or millions of people, and named ‘the Secret Swami’ …..

And – via the hardworking efforts of networked former devotees from around the world, who presented excellent credentials – our movement of exposure was able to be covered at various times by many leading media. This ability to prove our good standing, was, be it said, most contrary to the libels of Dr G. Venkataraman – see:  Robert Priddy and Barry Pittard On Dr G. Venkataraman – Sathya Sai Baba Global Propagandist. And indeed, with a vitriol and cruelty hard to match, of Sai Baba’s virtual proxy on the web,  Gerald Moreno, a web fanatic urged on by those close to Sai Baba who daily broke his teachings in his years of almost daily web-stalking, bitter name-calling attacks on former devotees and others who stood forth. 

For some indication of former devotee activity in exposing Sathya Sai Baba internationally, see:  BBC, CBC (Canada), DR (Denmark), Salon.com (USA), SBS (all television), ABC (Radio Australia). In paper media – India Today, Times of London, Daily Telegraph, Guardian (UK), Marie Claire Magazine, Salon.com, BT, Bild, Focus, Trouw, Speegelbield, Noordhollands Dagblad, Sokaren, Gatopardo, Ottawa Citizen, Toronto Star, Vancouver Sun, Age, Australian Financial Review, West Australian (a major front page article by an award-winning journalist (Torrance Mendez) was pulled at the 11th hour!), Adelaide Advertiser, etc., …..

Of course, perhaps there never was an education institution which lived up to its glowing Prospectus. But at the very pinnacle of the Sai institutions was a leader who, for whatever good he intended or achieved, was bright in what he preached but often dark in what he secretly lived.

For those who wish confidentially to write to me:  barpittard@gmail.com

Or – Robert Priddy, former head of the Norwegian Sathya Sai Organization, retired academic, University of Oslo: rero@getmail.no

Note:  For those who wish to contemplate mounting Class Action Legal Suits, networked former Sai devotees remain servants, just as we do for those who do not wish to take such actions. Those who may wish to embark on the healing of themselves and families, we are happy to put in contact  with our highly qualified psychologists and psychotherapists under conditions of the strictest confidentiality. Advice can also be accessed via departments in major universities, chartered national and international associations, etc.

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Sathya Sai College, Whitefield. Founder Sai Baba Dead, April 2011

To My Dear Former Whitefield College Students

I taught you English for two years in 1978-79. These were wonderful experiences.

More recently, Sathya Sai Baba, founder of Whitefield College outside Bangalore, south India, is being accused of large-scale sexual abuse of boys and young men of many countries.

Whether through my own naiveté or lack of experience as a teacher, I was ignorant of any immoral sexual harassment perpetrated upon you or your classmates by Sathya Sai Baba. I am sad that I did not know of any actual or potential abuses, and only strong, sustained action to stop any further abuses by him will alleviate this sadness. The evidence very strongly indicates that he continues these abuses. .

As I reflect on those years I spent with you at the Whitefield College, I wonder:

Did you then yourself feel that whole families, even communities, would have disbelieved and scorned you had you spoken out?

Were you concerned that your education, career and marriage prospects would fail if you spoke out?

Was it impossible for you to reconcile your beliefs with your knowledge or suspicion that the one you believed to be “God” was a sexual abuser? Did some of you think that God would manifest in the guise of a molester of children and young men?

Did you secretly despise what was, it seems, happening to your beautiful, tender, and trusting innocence – yet did not know how to stop it?

Several of us, as former, long-time devotees, are now global coordinators in response to the alleged abuses. Increasing numbers of Indian and overseas persons have shared with us what they swear to be their direct experiences of sexual abuses by Sathya Sai Baba. They tell us that they found the experience most abhorrent, confusing and even traumatic.

Many of the descriptions, in shocking graphic detail, are heartrending to hear in person or on the phone, and to read in their affidavits and other testimonies. Expert psychologists and police have shown us how experienced sexual abusers operate the world over. The same patterns occur in countless worldwide reports that allege sexual misconduct by Sathya Sai Baba.

I was not able to stand up on behalf of what seems to have been your horribly betrayed innocence back in those days. However, I will – both openly and privately – do my best to represent that innocence now, and on an international scale.

I trust we will assist each other to uphold Truth, Right Conduct, Peace and Love. (These are such easy words to say! Yet, work and courage are required to uphold them). We coordinators are quiet about issues such as numbers and whereabouts of alleged victims or witnesses. On websites and elsewhere, defenders of Sathya Sai Baba and his assistants deride us for not producing credible witnesses. Time will most decidedly tell!

The real reason for our silence is the protection of those persons (or their families) by whom the allegations are being made. Outstanding professional abuse counsellors, Interpol, foreign ministries, legal and other consultants are closely assisting our efforts. With ever-increasing strength, former devotees from many countries will present to the world, and the law courts, extremely powerful evidence of terrible abuse of spiritual power. Abuse by one who seemed to be of the calibre of a Sri Krishna or Sri Rama or Jesus or Buddha. Yet, none of these illustrious spiritual leaders were ever suspected or accused of any such dreadful crimes against minors and young men.

Beloved former students, some of you and I actually were present during ineffably beautiful miraculous experiences that the rational mind will never comprehend. That is on the side of Light. It has promoted transformation. However, we are only whole persons when, fearlessly, we can look unflinchingly into the Darkness as well. This brings the greater transformation.

I welcome you, on a strictly private basis, to please contact me. Any information that you can provide concerning sexual or any other abuses by Sathya Sai Baba will be appreciated. It is our duty as citizens to ensure that sexual abuse and other crimes are made accountable. No matter what abilities a rare, super phenomenal, charismatic individual may possess, let us be sure: God will never manifest as a vast scale, serial sexual abuser of boys and young men.

Barry Pittard (Australia)

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Next article in this series:

Ex- Sathya Sai Baba Students Could Aid Sex Abuse Change In India. But Will They?

Posted by Barry Pittard on August 5, 2011

Further Reading

Re Sathya Sai Baba sex abuse accomplices and cover-up persons – important announcement

Posted by robertpriddy on July 16, 2011

Robert Priddy and Barry Pittard On Dr G. Venkataraman – Sathya Sai Baba Global Propagandist

Posted by Barry Pittard on October 18, 2009

THE SATHYA SAI ORGANISATION’S DECEPTION AND PROPAGANDA EXPOSED – By Robert Priddy and Barry Pittard.   Part One

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