The Indian Minister of Health, Gulam Nabi Azad, shows himself to be totally unfitted for the job due to his crass and ignorant discriminatory views on homosexuality as being a ‘disease’. His ignorance on the subject is not shard by all experts in India, however, since That an elected representative who has been chosen for top office by the Government of India holds such views – let alone expresses them widely – is not only a most divisive and unhelpful signal to the populace but it also shows what a vast distance there remains to be covered before the subject of homosexuality can be discussed intelligently in most Indian media. He apparently agrees with Sathya Sai Baba’s words but not his very widely alleged actions! The closest Westerner to Sai Baba and leader of his organization in the USA, Dr. John Hislop, wrote “…He told me in an interview (which you have seen) that a homosexual is denied Membership in a Center, that this person should be questioned closely and be admitted only if the person desires to change their life away from that of a homosexual, and that people were homosexuals because of weakness of mind. see here“. As to Sathya Sai Baba’s actions… well, there is so much convincingly detailed and mutually consistent evidence and testimony, plus affidavits, that he was a homosexual abuser that it cannot be doubted. (No court case, though, as protected by devotee Supreme Court judges, PMs and Presidents!). One must wonder if the Health Minister has distanced himself from Sai Baba, or is an endorser of him?
That the Health Minister calls for more sex education is a plus, but what form it would take is highly suspect! For example, to claim that homosexuality was imported to India from the developed world is an unfounded statement smacking of chauvinistic nationalism, because widespread research shows that homosexuality is evenly distributed world-wide and that there is roughly a one-in-five chance of having a predisposition of that nature. Wikipedia states: ”The consensus of the behavioral and social sciences and the health and mental health professions is that homosexuality is a normal and positive variation in human sexual orientation.“
Wikipedia again: “The Laws of Manu, the foundational work of Hindu law, mentions a “third sex”, members of which may engage in nontraditional gender expression and homosexual activities.
and of course also “On July 2, 2009, homosexuality was decriminalized in India by a High Court ruling.“
As to the spread of homosexuality, it is officially documented by a commission under the auspices of the UN, the Indian Government and Save the Children that fifty-three per cent of India’s forty million children claim to have been sexually abused. That is over 20 million child victims!). The official Government report states: on:- 1. Out of the total of 2211 respondents, 42% children faced at least one form of sexual abuse or the other.
2. Among respondents, 48% of boys and 39% of the girls faced sexual abuse.
3. The prevalence of sexual abuse in upper and middle class was found to be proportionately higher than in lower or in lower middle class. (page 74)
Homosexual abuse of minors: Sathya Sai Baba schools and colleges, especially in India, are inevitably under the gravest suspicion of supplying a steady stream of under-age boys for sexual purposes, not only to Sathya Sai Baba but to those masters and higher students who have been themselves turned into sexual abusers by Sathya Sai Baba himself or those homosexuals and even paedophiles who have come there attracted by the ‘precedence’ of Sathya Sai Baba’s sexual activities. Paedophile activity by anyone who is in the public gaze invariably involves the complicity of others, that is, a secret inner circle of paedophiles and victims who are threatened to silence. Experience is teaching the world that a major abuser cannot keep his activities secret and continue for many years without a circle of silenced ‘victims’, some of whom become active collaborators and abusers. Reports have been posted and supporting evidence accumulated about this delicate and dangerous subject to expose. This is a most likely, for many examples of such institutionalized abuse have been coming to light during recent decades. This has finally been proven in courts in many countries, especially the USA in recent times. Even the supposedly infallible Pope was finally forced by the huge weight of public opinion developed through decades to admit and condemn as ‘evil’ the massive homosexual abuse of minors that has taken place in the Roman Catholic Church all over the globe.
Parapsychologist Erlendur Haraldsson’s confirmation of Sai Baba’s homosexuality: After consulting a psychologist friend and others, I decided that information with which my long-standing associate, Erlendur Haraldsson (known to all Sai followers) was entrusted by Krishna Kumar (now deceased) in Madras is of too great importance to bury, considering what is at stake for so many in the turmoil of uncertainty or grief. Because Dr. Haraldsson wished to limit his interest to para-normal investigations, he would not speak up about the many allegations of homosexuality by Sai Baba he was faced with in India when conducting research there in the 1970s. Nevertheless, I consider such information scientifically interesting too, since sexual malpractices are so very common among those having so-called siddhi and tantric powers (on the authority of such a formative researcher as Mircea Eliade in his major work on Indian religious practices, Yoga, Immortality and Freedom). Therefore I have posted some of the many e-mails he sent me to show that he was fully convinced that Sathya Sai Baba was a homosexual and a deluded person, probably a split personality. Professor Haraldsson wrote in the 1980s the only scientifically underpinned book about Sai Baba’s supposed miracles (Modern Miracles), but without endorsing them as true!
Letters to John Hislop and his instructions to Sathya Sai Organization leaders
Sex scandal and Sathya Sai Baba – 3rd Hislop letter
Cover-up letter: Hislop wholly neglects duty of care
The Hislop letters – part one [Timothy Conway]
Hans de Kraker: telling comments on Sai Baba on The Telegraph obituary