Prominent Indians Berate India’s Rife Political Corruption


At Call For Media and Government Investigation of Sathya Sai Baba - - see the article:

Prominent Indians Berate India’s Rife Political Corruption

Posted by Barry Pittard on July 6, 2009


"Many are the intellectually extremely dishonest ploys used by those who fanatically oppose the exposure of Sathya Sai Baba and core leaders of his sect. One of these ruses intended to blacken those who have stood for truth for a great many years of their lives is that former devotees who speak out are “India bashers".

"Robert Priddy, former longtime leader of the Sathya Sai Organization in Norway and retired academic of the University of Oslo,





has just blogged most interestingly and with a generous supply of useful authoritative research links, suggesting some poste general election tide-turnings in India. He cites important and respected Indian commentators such as the 10th Chief Election Commissioner of India T.N. Seshan,

Former Indian Election Commissioner T.N. Seshan






and also the British citizen of Indian background, Sir Gulam Noon MBE.

Such commentators can hardly be accused of “India bashing” – they are telling it like it is – likely because they deeply care for the greatness that resides within India, and they stand against her betrayal.  See: India’s election gives some hope. Posted by robertpriddy on July 5, 2009".

Sir Gukam Noon, MBE - richest Indian immigrant in UK