tiistai 27. syyskuuta 2016

AMURT ITALY NEEDS YOUR HELP IN NEED!

 

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RECENT ITALY EARTHQUAKE

A month after a devastating earthquake hit several mountainous villages in central Italy, construction of many of the buildings is still on hold. Almost 300 people were killed and houses reduced to rubble and many of those have been seized by the judiciary for investigation. Al Jazeera’s Hoda Abdel Hamid reports from the town of Amatrice. See the tent cities, and winter is approaching.
Italy: Earthquake town awaiting reconstruction short video


Delegation of Amurt Italy working on the quake-hit area of central Italy to deliver aid collected and to identify a reconstruction project. 

The group, composed of the National President Paul Bocchi, the Coordinator Giacomo Boselli, President of Amurt Viadana De Cillis and volunteers are helping in the city of Rieti area by giving the basic necessities collected in the post-earthquake period. A van for delivery is offered free for use.

Our collections have been successful, thanks to the collection events that took place this summer. Mainly hygiene products, educational materials for children, long-life food - and medicine with thanks for the contribution by Ail Oglio Po.

The Amurt team will have meetings with the municipal representatives to define a reconstruction project, thanks to the numerous private donations by citizens, associations and companies. After evaluating the situation Amurt will choose a public utility project feasible in a short time and pay the bills directly in order to be sure of the effectiveness and transparency of our actions. Amurt is launching further fundraising, for those wishing to join the funding: 

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Finland has the Best Schools – why is that?



Three decades ago Finland’s school system was not good at all.  Although the classes were small in size, and students did lots of homework, and the teachers used hard disciplinary actions – still the results were not good. Students were demonstrating against the systems and cutting from classes. At some point in early 90s, the whole school system was reformed. Physical disciplining was no more allowed, exams were cut off, and teachers became rather guides for creative learning.

Commonly Finnish people, at any age, are very serious, honest and sincere by nature. The reformed model of education offered pupils freedom to do their best without pressure. Education and learning is very highly valued in Finland by children themselves, as well as parents, teachers, professionals, politicians and big business. Everyone has the same interest to get kids educated, and thus special attention is provided for any students lacking behind.

When agricultural and forest industry needed less work force, Finnish people understood the importance of education for the further success of the whole country as an industrial nation. It has never been so much question of getting high grades and gaining international recognition, but educating future professionals for the needs of big business, high quality healthcare system, research purposes etc. And the results have been good; PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) ranks consistently Finland’s education system on the top internationally.

So what is their speciality of Finnish education system? Michael More has interviewed school authorities and pupils in Finland. His video describes some of the specific methods of Finnish cheap but effective school system comparing to other countries’ education systems. Children have very little homework, because ‘they need to explore things and have fun’ according the teachers. They don’t have competitive standardised tests before high school. They have to learn by using their own brain, which makes them creative, motivated, happy and more “Where To Invade Next” by Michael Moore

               

Private schools in Finland are almost non existent. For example The Netherlands has 15 different school systems based on religion. Pre-school education has been rare in Finland compared with other EU countries, and primary education is usually started at the age of 7. Finnish schools have individual support for every student in need and daily health care facility available. Speech and other therapeutic services are provided also according needs.

Finnish pupils spend least time at school compared to other OECD countries. In 2010, Finnish children aged 9-11 spent an average 640 hours in school a year, compared to 899 hours in England, and 847 hours in France. And younger kids and their teachers spend only 20 hours/week in the school. The difference between weakest and best students is the smallest in the world and about 90 % of Finns graduate from high school.

Teachers are well tested, suitable and well educated. According international research, Finland is least corrupted country, so the officials really use the funds for education. Save the Children – organization ranked Finland best place to be a mother – starting when the child is born, every mother receives free clothes etc materials for the baby. Besides parents get regular benefits for the up keeping of the child until she/he is 16 years old.

Finland has also a long tradition of adult education, by the 1980s nearly one million Finns were receiving some kind of instructive education each year. Forty percent of them did so for professional reasons. Finland has more educators than most of the countries in the world.

What else related to education Finns are best on; In Finland people are using most libraries, every person borrows 18 books during year. In New York people borrow 8 books/ year, in London 4.8 and in Rio de Janeiro 0.03. Finnish people read more newspapers, than in other countries. Finland has more researchers than any other country. Helsinki is the most honest city in the world according Readers Digest. They dropped 12 wallets in 16 different cities. In Helsinki eleven from twelve returned the found wallet.

Alternative forms of education work better than the strict government controlled model. Finnish scholar Pasi Sahlberg, at Harvard thinks that for a small, agrarian nation, educating all of its youth equally well, is the best way to catch up with other industrialised countries. Pasi has popularised Finland’s methods abroad.’ [Source]. From the early 90s, Finland schools became responsible for their own curriculum planning and student assessment, while state inspections were abandoned. This required teachers to have high academic credentials. [Source] And What Makes Finland’s Teachers So Much Better…? Vic Bishop.

I was once working as a kindergarten teacher in Helsinki. We taught the kids to do everything themselves. They used to serve the food, bake cakes and feed the fish at the age of 4-5. I used to also give classes occasionally in different primary schools. I was impressed the way the teachers cared for the kids like they were their own. Even the uncooperative children were taken good care. Then while I was teaching in India briefly, it was quite different, the number of kids in classes was huge, so the teachers had to be very authorative. Some teachers werre banging the table in front of the kids with stick, but I never saw a child been beaten. Anyhow this would be another story to write about.

But not everything is that perfect in Finland. What I’m hearing, especially when the students reach the high school grade, they have lots of homework and exams, as they have not get used to them, they spend often many apprehensive sleepless nights. Also education is too independent for some students. As Finnish people are very serious and sincere they are often also critical. At the young age it often shows up as harassment towards different children. In older age the students may not express directly criticism, but some victims become subject to experience it due to others isolating them. Anyhow after all Finland is really doing its best with the education.

Update; Indeed, I just came across news about woman arrested due to planning a massacre in a Finnish school. According the writings of the woman herself she clearly seems to have mental problems and anger directed towards schools. May be she has been bullied in the school. So even the best school system in the world can’t prevent everything and this case was not the first at all. Finland has also a dark history of suicides and alcoholism, but I think in that Finns are advancing into better direction too. You may see my article about the school threat case which I just wrote; /eu/2016/09/just-school-massacre-planner-taken-into-custody-in-finland-2612164.html

Neohumanistic Education in Finland, photos from http://sunrisefinland.org/

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A bit about Neohumanist Education Model

Neohumanist Education fosters love and respect for all, regardless of culture, religion, race or nationality, and also for animals, plants and the ecosystem. Yoga and meditation practises develop child’s potentiality in all three spheres of existence: physical, mental and spiritual. The very foundation of this education is happy blending of occidental extroversial science and oriental introversial philosophy.

Neohumanist Education awakens a thirst and love for learning, with integrity, self-confidence, self-discipline and cooperation. In order to encourage a universal outlook, teachers and parents have to be as examples and children are encouraged to help and work for the welfare of others too. Alternative medical treatments (medicinal plants, naturopathy, acupressure massage, etc) are introduced to them at early age.

Human beings use only a very small percentage of their inherent capacity – even great personalities waste ninety percent of their capacity, because they do not know how to utilize it. People are called poor, idiots and sinners, but rather we should encourage them to develop the noble qualities lying dormant in them. Every person is a VIP – a very important person!

For the all-round progress of human society as a whole, psychic and intellectual progress should be encouraged. But no more dogma – dogma seals the future of the human intellect. The intellectuality should be enlarged with the help of spiritual practises. If the especial subtle and refined propensities of human beings are developed properly, they will be gradually elevated to the status of divinity says the profounder of Neohumanist Education P. R. Sarkar.

Can any school party be more fun than this Spring River School Fest in Australia, amazing!
                   

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torstai 15. syyskuuta 2016

Shiva’s Impact on Human History – Marriage System 7000 Years Old?


When the world is in great turmoil the Supreme Creator has no other option but to come to aid the suffering humanity. The first one to quide and manifest in human form was Shiva about 7000 years ago. In those days people had already noticed that behind psychic power there is another power which provides psychic strength. They had already invented simple, scattered tantric practise (spiritual practise), but Shiva gave it a systematic form, thus making tantra a spiritual science. 


Photo, Shiva, the Universal Father

Even at the present time practices taught by Shiva occupy the waking hours of nearly a fourth of the earth’s human population. Besides some of his fundamental systems like marriage are accepted by most of the humanity. Many people worship Shiva as a god, but fail to recognize him as an historical person.

The civilization of those ancient days was quite different from our time. Each community used to live on a hill, a gotra in Sanskrit. A sage was the acknowledged leader of that community, just as the clan-mother had been in earlier matriarchal age. After the patriarchal system was established, the members of one gotra would forcibly carry women from other gotras, their hands bound in iron chains. Even to this day, many Indian women wear symbolic bangles on their wrists during wedding and red mark on their foreheads – a symbol of blood – hit by an axe. All this invariably led different clans into bloody conflicts.

Shiva declared that those who found it impossible to accept the bondages of family life, should remain single celibate. Others would have to become disciplined family people by fully accepting their responsibilities. There was patriarchal system, but the matrilineal order was still in vogue, because it was easy to identify the mothers, but the male libertines would not know or take responsibility for their offspring, as a result of which many children died in early infancy. After children were weaned, they would forget their mothers also.

My comment; It seems Atlanteans and Lemurians are not considered here as part of human civilization if they even existed before Shiva, or were they ET origin? They probably had their own kind of marriage systems and also influenced the Egyptians, but Shiva’s system of marriage has continued until today around the world. One may question is humanity returning at present time to the ‘stone age’ of single mothers struggling to maintain their kids alone, and kids not knowing their fathers?

In order to practically unite the different races, Shiva married three wives – Parvatii, a fair-complexioned Aryan girl; Kalii, a dark-complexioned non-Aryan girl; and Gaunga, a yellow-complexioned Mongolian girl. Shiva also convinced people, those of you who love me, should accept the benevolent rule of a code of discipline. You should proclaim to the world; henceforth we shall no longer remain divided into various gotras. Smashing all barriers, we shall all sit and eat together in the same compound, bound by the ties of one human family’. People declared; ‘we, the followers of Shiva belong to one gotra, Shivagotra’.

Shiva’s greatest contribution to humanity is the concept of dharma (human characteristic); human beings want absolute peace. He taught people how to attain peace and evolve their minds with the help of mantra, asanas and pranayama in order to attain the Supreme Consciouness. This path is known as Shaeva Dharma (Shiva Dharma). Besides intuitional science, Shiva played also a crucial role in propelling human society on a forward path in education, medicine, social code, music, dance and phonetics. 

Shiva’s Tandava, just imagine gotra folks dancing with snake on one hand, and fire on the other


This Shaeva Dharma became the essential dharma of India, no one was ignored – neither the Aryans and non-Aryans, nor the women and untouchables. There were conflicts between the ‘Vedic’ Aryans, and the indigenous non-Aryan simple ‘Tantrics’. Vedas were still just external rituals, and Aryans had no real spiritual awareness or urge, and took many non-Aryans as their slaves. Shiva held one ideal before them; ‘remember, you are all the loving children of the Supreme Father. You are entitled to live in this world as the sons and daughters of one and the same Cosmic Father. I am always ready to help you to establish yourselves in your right to cosmic inheritance and a truly ideological life.’

According Vedas, even spiritually advanced woman would have to be reborn as a man in order to attain liberation. Shiva smashed all these dogmas with a blow of his trident and advised also others; ‘those who commit wrongs – strike them with your trident. But the moment they rectify their mistakes, forgive them and take them affectionately on your lap.’

Born into a Mongolo-Aryan family, Shiva was a great master who as the result of his Tantric practises attained extraordinary powers, which he employed to help any undeveloped human society of those days. He propounded ‘self-realisation and service to humanity’. Shiva’s family meant whole universe. 

He was no doubt able to connect to spiritual aspirants around the world even intuitionally or in dreams. Important element in Tantra is the spiritual relationship of Guru and disciple – independent of distance.

Many disciples of Shiva realized that although he was human in form, he was in fact none other than Supreme Consiousness. Towards the end of Shiva’s lifetime, even the Aryan communities considered him as a god. Vedas were influenced by tantra when finally written down about six thousand years ago. The first writings were in pictorial script developed in China, followed by Dravidian pictorial script in India.

So as the scripts of Aryan Vedic language and indigenous Sanskrit were not yet invented during Shiva’s time, many things are forgotten or false interpretations made up. Shiva was whitish complexion, not bluish according common belief. He did’t live on top of Mount Kailas, but on lower planes and occasionally on hills of Himalayas. He travelled with yak, not ox. (During his visit to Switzerland in 1979, Shrii Shrii Anandamurti revealed that Shiva had travelled to the Alps on his yak, Nandi, and also to China and Siberia).

Shiva used loose tiger skin and matted locks of hair. He carried trumpet and trident with his (only) two arms. The moon crescent is related to astrology during Shiva’s time. Ten-armed goddess Durga and four-armed Kalii of the Puranic Age, have nothing to do with Shiva. Shiva’s wife – Gaunga has no relation to river Gaunga. Before the Vedic Age different clans worshipped phallus as the symbol of their earnest desire to multiply – in almost all the countries of the world. After Shiva’s time phallus worship continued as a spiritual practise with Shiva-liunga in India, Asia, and Central America by Mayan civilization.

After Shiva’s departure the Buddhist and Jain doctrines almost inundated the land of India, but Shaeva Dharma maintained its influence among the masses. Still after seven thousand years no one has forgotten him, neither the upper castes nor the so-called untouchables. Most of the followers of Shiva are still vegetarians as also Shiva was.

Shiva song by Shrii Shrii Anandamurti, sang usually at five o’clock in the morning. These dancers are from Indian children’s home on visit in USA, “Victory to the benevolent wielder of the thunderbolt” starting at 2.22


Tantra yoga philosophy is mainly composed of Shiva’s answers to Parvatii’s questions – meant to educate the common people. When Parvati asks what is the minimum qualification for spiritual aspirant, Shiva answers; ‘the minimum qualification is that he or she must have a human body’, and ‘the only way to attain salvation is to acquire self-knowledge through proper practice.’ Ideation on Brahma, the creator, is the best – repetitious incantation and eulogistic prayer are the worst, and idol worship is the worst of the worst’.

When Parvatii asked; ‘what qualifications spiritual aspirant should possess in order to succeed,’ Shiva answered; ‘firm determination, caring little for praise or condemnation, seeing others as yourself, control of the senses and balanced diet.’ He also mentioned that while angry the power of one’s thinking is impaired, which state disturbs one’s spiritual sadhana.’ Shiva was not also happy with liars; ‘where there is no satya (truth), there is no dharma, and the ‘ways of sin are always crooked’. Children do not tell lies unless taught otherwise. Even undeveloped people, animals and plants do not speak falsehoods. The so-called advanced people tell lies out of personal interest or habit.

Human beings want expansion, but this is not possible by depriving others of their wealth. A controller is highly necessary in the physical sphere, because ‘those of animal nature seize the morsels of food from others’ mouths like mad dogs’. Shiva taught people that one who protects dharma for the welfare of others is protected oneself by dharma in material, subtle and causal sphere.  
      
Before Shiva people were half animal, half human, devoid of any social consciousness and mutual love. During Shiva’s time for the first time in history, people began to realize that they were human beings. They built a sweet and loving environment, a social atmosphere of peace and happiness. Besides humans Shiva used to take care of animals and plants too – animals used to approach him without any fear.

No other divinity than Shiva would even touch the shadows of the low castes. After Siva’s time the Aryans in order to prove that Shiva was Aryan hung a sacred thread on his left shoulder, while non-Aryan Shiva wore a snake around his neck. The vestiges of Shiva Tantra are still to be found in Bengal, especially in Kurmun Village in Burdwan District.

So, as it is said; ‘when the world is in great turmoil Supreme Creator has no other option but to come and aid the suffering humanity’ – about 3500 years ago, when Shiva’s teachings were forgotten and human society became degenerated – another sublime entity, Shrii Krsna came. He became the supreme ideal politician of the world during the period of the Mahabharata. Krisna made people conscious in the social, economic and cultural spheres, and advanced society by providing inspiration with his divine flute.

At the present age the society is in crises again, and one more incarnation of cosmic consciousness in human form had to come in order to start the awakening process of humanity for the final golden age – but so far his advent is not yet recogniced as such…See more; The Future Superpower India and Its Kalki Avatar – Who Came and Left His Mission to be Folded

One would ask why all these three divine quides were born in India? India is very special country as even the first human culture spread from India, (Shrii Shrii Anandamurti, book, Rarh – The Cradle of Civilization) and spirituality has rooted and started spreading from there. (May be even ETs had something to do with that). Then it was more easy for these great masters like Shiva to spread their message to the whole world from there, also with the help of intuition. Besides we have to notice that those advanced souls in India have reincarnated later on around the world, and brought their spiritual realization with them.

Source, the excerpts were taken from Shrii Shrii Anandamurti’s discources in 1967 to 1982, Namah Shiváya Shántáya. (Marks ” on quotes are ‘, due to my edit/short cut. Notes with pinkish purple colour are mine).

Now why would Shrii Shrii Anandamurti be the only one to know these things? Nobody is able to convince you about it, you have to decide that by your mind, but let me just mention that he was intuitional beyond belief according those who met him.

Songs about Shiva; http://prabhatasamgiita.net/shiva.html. Shiva Aum namah Shivaya Mantra seen by 39 million people, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aq-CKdT6IG4

Lord Shiva – Mythology; https://youtu.be/vtvkTvoPjwY

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Yogis and Swamis walk amongst us !



sunnuntai 4. syyskuuta 2016

Indira Gandhi Jailed a Guru and Declared Emergency


The Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi was accused of election fraud in 1975. Defeated Raj Narayan filed a case against her in High Court, which found her guilty of misusing the government machinery for her election campaign in 1971. The court declared her election null and void and banned her from contesting in any elections for six years. In the Supreme Court Justice Iyer upheld the High Court judgement and further ordered all her privileges debarred.

Indira Gandhi was more than annoyed and declared National Emergency. Before declaring emergency in India you need to have actually a cabinet decision. But in this case cabinet ministers were only informed about the declaration and next day it was implemented. As soon as the emergency was declared all the ministers who were against Congress were put behind the bars.



History books and newspapers doesn’t know, or want to tell the other part of the story related to the National emergency. Russian KGB was closely involved in Indian politics and supported Indira Gandhi already in 1971. They had mutual paranoid fear of PROUT, which made Mrs Gandhi to imprison the profounder of PROUT, P. R. Sarkar.

During the emergency in 1975 Indira Gandhi used the opportunity to ban altogether 30 organizations – half of them related to PROUT and P. R. Sarkar. Thousands of Sarkar’s missionaries were taken to prison as well. During those times Gandhi personally wrote a letter to one Proutist in Sweden, which shows how afraid of PROUT she was; “I have acted not only to save democracy in India, but very existence as a free nation”.

So why was Mrs Gandhi so afraid of PROUT?

Let’s see first a bit about Prout, An Alternative to Communism…


WHO WAS SARKAR AND WHAT WAS HIS MISSION to be afraid about?
P.R. Sarkar was born in 1921 and got his nick name Arun according his birth time on sunrise. Four years old Arun recited already a long Shiva mantra, which made many professionals astonished. His relatives and followers called him with different names when he became older, and eventually their Guru at a young age, but I am using here only his official name P. R. Sarkar in order to avoid confusion. He started his spiritual mission in 1955 and founded PROUT, The Progressive Utilization Theory in 1959.

Russian and Indian governments became concerned, because PROUT opposes Communist suppression, although as well it goes against Capitalistic exploitation. And practically Sarkar and his missionaries were not only talking, but also acting against corruption, caste system and exploitation. They were well known with their efficient education methods and successful relief work in India too. Besides Sarkar once stated; “The KGB has an unfounded fear that our emergence would mean growing influence of the CIA in India.” Russian Pravda and TASS were spreading regularly propaganda against PROUT and Sarkar. Mrs Gandhi and Indian intelligence CBI – obviously with the support by the Russian KGB – imprisoned Sarkar with false charges in 1971.

In 1973 the assassins of CBI poisoned Sarkar in jail, which deteriorated his health – he lost almost his sight and hearing. He could have very well escaped from jail at any moment, as he was a master or all kind of psychic powers, but obviously he allowed all of this to happen as a part of his earthly mission in the human body. He stated once; “I want an honourable release” and “my mission is more important than my life”. He then started fasting, which lasted five years, with only taking two cups of Horlicks or butter milk daily – brought by his monks in order to avoid further poisoning attempts.

Another type of murder attempts didn’t succeed any better. Two assassins came twice to Sarkar’s cell in order to kill him with a knife. First time they found him floating on the ceiling of his cell and second time the room was empty. They heard only a voice asking: ‘who is there?’ They got so frightened that they refused to make any further attempts.

Acarya Savitananda who got Swedish passport with the help of Olof Palme, Prime Minister of Sweden, got granted an asylum for Sarkar in Sweden. According Ac Savitananda the assassination of Palme was related to Sarkar’s case. Swedish officers took Sarkar’s case into United Nations Human Rights Floor on 1976.

Sarkar was always very humble and didn’t participate on any TV or newspaper interviews - except on India Today, titled “The Mystery Man”. His devotees had to find him with their hearts and intuition. And they found him even during those 7 years time of imprisonment; his mission spread all over the world, into 95 countries. The jailers didn’t understand that Sarkar could guide his workers around the world telepathically. They thought that his ring in his finger was a secret transmitter to communicate outside of the jail, so they stole his ring eventually. 

Once an inspector team with higher officials came to tour in the jail. The jailers had warned and prepared the prisoners to behave nicely, that they would avoid getting beaten up, or their conditions been made worse in that already hot, dirty and overpopulated prison.

The prisoners were quietly staring the VIP staff, saluting them and some were even respectfully touching their feet. When the team entered Sarkar’s cell, there was deathly silence waiting for them. Sarkar started then rebuking the Inspector General about the inhuman conditions in the jail. The Inspector felt humiliated in front of his staff.

Many of his missionaries have stated that in reality it was Sarkar who controlled the prison and not the officials or inspectors. Some jailers, doctors, lawyers and prisoners became followers of Sarkar. His monks were also teaching meditation and yoga practises in prisons all over India.

The wife of the jail superintendent had a dream that there was a great sadhu in the jail, whose body emanated bright light. His husband realized she had dreamed about Sarkar. He then did everything to help Sarkar to have more justice and comforts in his cell. Soon this superintendent was transferred, as was anyone else who tried to help Sarkar too much.

Three parliament members came to visit Sarkar and arranged a press conference demanding his release. A Muslim leader also visited him in the prison. He was greatly sympathetic and organized rallies in order to get Sarkar released.

There was constant flow of visitors to Sarkar’s cell. In one occasion an Indian nun visited Sarkar. He continued to talk with her although the guards were repeatedly saying the time was over. Finally he told the officials: “You know she is working among the Indian minorities and her work is far more important than all your jail work.”

On one hot evening some prisoners had been locked behind bars without water. They were calling the monks of Sarkar in the neighbouring cells, to bring water. The monks didn’t hear due to being in deep meditation, but Sarkar heard them. He went to ask what was the problem and after hearing their miserable situation, he took water from his own cell and gave it to them without caring about his own needs.

As he was considered by prisoners a highly respected Guru, they didn’t want him to lower himself and do service for them. However Sarkar respected any human being in need equally and thus not only brought the water for them, but even distributed it in a glass for each of them. His monks understood after hearing from the fellow prisoners that Sarkar had respected the monk’s meditation and didn’t want to disturb them, and on the other hand he never mentioned himself of having helped those prisoners.

During the emergency time there were also many opposition politicians that Indira Gandhi’s ministry had imprisoned. They came to know Sarkar and his monks, and were surprised to see how disciplined and service minded they were. When those politicians were released, they helped Sarkar’s mission to get back on its feet, including projects that had been taken over by government during the emergency time.

In the court at some point the senior advocate requested even death sentence to Sarkar, although at same time praising him as a great man. He was thinking that this way Sarkar will be remembered similarly than Jesus Christ, which would help to spread his mission all over the world. The judge, although wanting to give death sentence realized, he had no other option than sentence Sarkar to life imprisonment. The attendants of the court were keenly following this unbelievable drama unfolding.

Anyhow later on Sarkar was released without any charges. When he came out from jail, tens of thousands followers and common people were receiving him. He spoke to the crowds and stated, that truth is always victorious eventually.

Will PROUT ever be established in this world, as he believed it will? His faith in PROUT was so strong, that he once demonstrated it to a doubtful visitor without any words by throwing a glass out of window. The visitor heard some odd sound, but couldn’t understand what happened. Only when he went outside – and saw the unbroken glass on the broken rock – he then realized, PROUT is more strong than any opposing forces, according Sarkar.

Sarkar adviced that the exploiters will eventually fight against each other and destroy themselves. Then when Communism and Capitalism are gone, the world is in great need of a new alternative, Sarkar humbly expected PROUT to fill the vacuum. PROUT is based on spiritual values. When human beings will become commonly more spiritual, PROUT will be accepted widely.

Proutists may not yet be ready for supervising the application of PROUT, as also Sarkar expected that his mission would diminish and struggle greatly for the sake of learning integrity, but after solving its own internal problems, it would expand rabidly ready to offer solutions for the global problems.

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Russian Spy Agent exposing Paid Media Conspiracy to break India 


Between 25 June 1975 to 21 March 1977 under controversial circumstances of political instability, Indira Gandhi’s prime ministership, declared a state of emergency — “the security of India” having been declared “threatened by internal disturbances”.

‘Brezhnev had to be taken on board, and apart from the “internal disturbances’’, the fleet build-up in the Bay of Bengal was also cited to secure the tacit support of the Soviet leadership’. http://www.newindianexpress.com/thesundaystandard/Indira-Wanted-Soviets-On-Board-For-The-Emergency/2015/06/21/article2877484.ece

The book by former KGB defector and his co-author; Indira Gandhi, was codenamed VANO by the KGB. By 1973, the KGB had 10 Indian newspapers on its payroll. During 1975, a total of 10.6 million roubles was spent in India designed to support Mrs Gandhi and undermine her political opponents.

India was getting almost all its arms from Moscow in the early ’70s, as then Delhi’s KGB head Shebarshin noted in the files, “in an endless stream”. Oleg Kalugin, former KGB agent says, “It seemed like the entire country was for sale: the KGB and the CIA had deeply penetrated the Indian government.”

The former KGB agents may exaggerate, but Cold War International History Project in Washington also detailed the KGB penetration in India. http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/mitrokhin-archive-kgb-operations-in-india–during-cold-war/1/192955.html

Let MRS Gandhi speak, 1978, though questions asked


Dr Kiran Bedi started introducing yoga and meditation in Indian prisons since 1993 in order to inculcate spirituality and human values amongst the convicts and the staff. http://www.prison.dhamma.org/tihar.htm

Prout’s economic principles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ng-RP665_4
Thoughts of PR Sarkar – Industry in PROUT; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpB0HgnvI-A
Proutist Song, Take Them Down; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeRwwXD8OeQ
Ravi Batra, revolution in 2016 in US at 5.30; Career Politicians and Fury in America; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16F-FnL3tSk

Info Prout; http://sarkarverse.org/wiki/Progressive_Utilization_Theory.
http://www.prout.org/

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