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Date: Friday June 07, 2013 16:29:38
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Date: Sunday Dec 27, 2013 20:06:11
Priddy states a correction and makes out that the President of India may
have changed his mind due to publicity.
His update - CORRECTION It seems
that the President may have changed his mind due to the publicity he
caused by appearing to ignore Prashanthi Nilayam, because he left for
Puttaparthi soon after the conclusion of the public meeting at Anantapur
on Monday morning in the special helicopters of the Indian Air force,
visited the Prasanthi Nilayam along with Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar
Reddy, Governor ESL Narasimhan and Minister Geeta Reddy.
He puts a
screen shot of the Deccan Chronicle dated Thur Dec 19th 2013.
Then how is it that the Times Of India, 2 days EARLIER had published the
following below, and mentioned the visit to Puttaparthi to visit
Prasanthi Nilayam in order to pay tribute to Sathya Sai Baba.
of Robert Priddy being economical with the truth
President to arrive in Hyderabad for southern sojourn on Thursday
TNN Dec 17, 2013, 04.40AM IST
Secunderabad Cantonment Board
As part of his annual southern sojourn, President Pranab Mukherjee will
arrive in the city on December 19 and stay at the Rashtrapati Nilayam,
Bolarum in Secunderabad. The state government received a communique
regarding the tentative schedule of the President from the Rashtrapati
Bhavan a few day ago.
revised schedule, President Pranab Mukherjee will stay in the city
between December 19 and 31," sources in general administration
(protocol) department told TOI. As per the schedule, the President would
land at the Begumpet airport on December 19 at 3.45 pm and then fly to
EME Helipad. From there, he would go by road to RP Nilayam, Bolarum.
December 20, he would go to Chennai and return the same day. He would be
at RP Nilayam on December 21 and 22. The next day, he would go to
Puttaparthi in Anantapur district to visit Prashanti Nilayam in order to
pay tributes to Sathya Sai Baba and participate in a special puja. He
would also attend the valedictory function of the centenary celebrations
of former president Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy at 12.30 pm and return to the
city at 3.40 pm.
Comment from Robert Priddy:
I am accused of "being
economical with the truth'. This is a Sai Baba devotee's distorted
view of critics, when Sai Baba himself, and ALL the Sai Baba
websites, all those who have inherited his billions and ALL his
remaining followers, are TOTALLY economical with the truth, and
spread disinformation and false denials, NEVER admitting any errors
and never posting anything that is not in full accordance with the
propaganda and rules laid down by SB and his minions, while anyone
who did not concur was excluded from all SB activities and, if they
were students, were even punished, even with beatings and in some
cases being murdered!
That the Times of
India posted new information during the Christmas holiday - several
news outlets having posted otherwise very shortly previously - is no
reflection on me. I do not spend my time scouring all the newspapers
every day. So the criticism by Alice Brown, whoever she may be, only
shows the infinite pettiness of those who criticise me or any
serious exposť writers.
That the President
of India worships a known pedophile, sexual abuser of young men and
a very active murder accomplice, a megalomaniac who died in most
inauspicious circumstances when the facts that he and other have not
managed to cover up are very widely known and recognised by anyone
with an ounce of critical and moral intelligence says more about the
corruption and backwardness of the Indian elite than even does the
handling of the Delhi rape & murder case, and the administrations
and President's failing to release the details of the Swiss bank
accounts he was provided - the billions of ill-gotten gains stored
away illegally by almost every top person in India while the masses
live on or below the breadline without more than the barest minimum
of healthcare, if any. Sai Baba lived like the President, with as
many luxury apartments, cars, entourages and wasteful monuments to
himself in the form of museums and temples and much else besides.
Rather think about that, Alice Brown.