Unesco Withdrawal



Dear Stephanie and Rick,

Don't you think it is finally time to do a full story on this?

The guest speaker (Art Jumsai) at the Grand Opening of the Sai School in Hartford is the founder of the Institute in Thailand that is referred to in the media announcement from UNESCO HEADQUARTERS. (See below).......and he went from Hartford to open a new Sai School in Toronto the very next day.

Don't you think it is time for the Hartford Courant to talk to some of the actual victims who are willing to testify.

You have an institution in your back yard that is named after the most dangerous pedophile in the entire world. It's no different than having a school named after Adolph Hitler. I am sure your city Fathers are going to want to know about this.

VP Gore and his running mate, Senator Lieberman deserve to know the truth about this so called God who continues to rape and molest innocent young US citizens probably as we speak.

Call talk Brooke and ask him about his current book called Avatar of Night. He was the original whistle blower on this pedophile many years ago when the rest of us did not even want to hear about it.

He's willing to appear on a satellite hook-up if you can arrange it.

We really need some balanced reporting here and I think all the citizens of Hartford and the parents of the children attending that school deserve to know about this Sathy Sai Baba who claims to be the God of Gods, but who in reality is a most wicked and dangerous pedophile child abuser.

Best regards,

Glen Meloy



I received an early morning fax from David Bailey which really got my attention. I then called the press service at Paris Headquarters to verify what David had sent me.

Thank goodness most of us did not listen to several of our members who wanted to thank UNESCO prematurely based upon the previous notice from Mr. Zhao in Thailand.

We kept the pressure on UNESCO, THE UNITED NATIONS and FLINDERS UNIVERSITY and now they have at last appropriately responded and NOW, it is appropriate to Thank UNESCO HEADQUARTERS, NOT UNESCO THAILAND.

Here is the official Media Advisory issued by UNESCO HEADQUARTERS IN PARIS FRANCE.

Virginie and David, please thank the officials in Paris on behalf of all of the Former Devotees and if there is a particular person/s that the members should Email or Fax their appreciation and thanks to, please send it to me so the entire lists of former devotees can respond.

Friends, Now is the time to widely distribute this wonderful news, post it on all the web sites and discussion boards, contact the media and law enforcement groups etc. etc.

More later - I want to stop now and send this out to all of you.

Jai Jai Jai Expose"


On Bibalex org we can find the UNESCO Media Advisory:


Media Advisory


Paris, September 15 - UNESCO has decided it will no longer sponsor nor take part in a conference it had been due to co-organize with the Institute of Sathya Sai Education (ISSE, Thailand) and The Flinders University Institute of International Education (Australia), in Puttaparthi, India, from September 25 to 29. The decision means UNESCO is no longer associated in any way through sponsorship, organization or participation of any kind with the conference on Strengthening Values Education: Innovative Approaches to Teacher Education for Peace and International Understanding.

UNESCO's withdrawal was prompted by several factors. Certain decisions were taken by the ISSE without consultation, such as plans to hold some of the sessions at the Ashram of the Sathya Sai movement in Puttaparthi, and the inclusion of some speakers in the conference programme without their previous consent. Furthermore, the Organization is deeply concerned about widely-reported allegations of sexual abuse involving youths and children that have been levelled at the leader of the movement in question, Sathya Sai Baba. Whilst it is not for UNESCO to pronounce itself in this regard, the Organization restates its firm moral and practical commitment to combating the sexual exploitation of children, in application of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, which requires States to protect children from all forms of sexual exploitation and violence.