BBC Exposed Sai Baba Top Aideís And Indian Foreign
Ministerís Ploy With UNESCO
For Media and Government Investigation of Sathya Sai
Baba', see the article:
Barry Pittard on April 28, 2011
Below - in red
highlight - are subheadings in the article:
The Case of UNESCOís Missing Media Advisory.
Barry Pittard on March 15, 2007.
This piece is about
a watershed event, the
involvement of UNESCO, in the history of former devotee
exposure of the Sathya Sai Organization operation at the
highest government levels ..... (Article continues)
With the personal
assistance of the then Indian foreign minister, the
Deputy world chairman of the international Sathya Sai
Dr G. Venkataraman, who is the director of the Sathya
Sai international satellite radio station, made a
concerted attempt to undo the successful representation
to UNESCO of former devotees around the world. For
a further glimpse at Venkataraman, see: Sathya
Sai Baba's 'Minister of Propaganda' - Dr G.
The BBC assistant
producer of 'The Secret Swami', David Saville, was able
to expose the Puttaparthi-Indian Foreign Minister-UNESCO
Director and Assistant Director nexus to undermine the
opportunity for a venue for former Sai Baba devotees
from many countries.
The UNESCO Director
and Deputy Director rode rough shod over us, but the
clout of the BBC was too much for them to resist.
Simply, they were in well-oiled cover up mode. The BBC
exposure of this aspect came too late for inclusion in
the one-hour documentary (2004),
'The Secret Swami'.
As a result of
strongest complaint to governments and to UNESCO itself,
UNESCO had - embarrassingly to it - to admit that we had
acted correctly, and made a written statement in
reversal of their improper decision, which flew in the
face of some of UNESCO's foremost case officers.
BBC Caught UNESCO Head Bowing To Indian Government.
Barry Pittard on June 26, 2007.