Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

Exposing major deceits by guru Sathya Sai Baba in India, incl. murders cover-up & widely alleged sexual abuse

Sai Baba was visited in 2005 by Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela

Posted by robertpriddy on March 9, 2013

Much enthusiasm, it seems,  in Sai circles because the new President of Venezuela (by default) once had an interview in 2005 with Sathya Sai Baba. Must be a consolation since Sathya Sai Baba never ruled the world as had been predicted by him. So far Madura has not said anything about Sai Baba in public. He is unlikely to promote Sai Baba for good political reasons… why invite more controversy (and about an accused paedofile and murder accomplice) when his hold on power is reportedly so fragile in the tumult that is Venezuelan politics now that the strong man Chavez has expired. It makes no difference to the status of Sai Baba, of course. Most of the Prime Ministers and Presidents of India were Sai Baba devotees, a remarkable fact which is seldom mentioned nowadays, especially by any of them.

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2 Responses to “Sai Baba was visited in 2005 by Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela”

  1. […] and his wife did visit Puttaparthi in 2005, as Robert Priddy mentioned in his blog of March 19 (Sai Baba was visited in 2005 by Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela), and is publicized widely and uncritically in India and in western newspapers (New York Times, […]

  2. Too true, Robert. In his announcement of the demise of former president and despot Hugo Chavez, Maduro (meaning ‘the mature’) accused the West of poisoning Chavez with cancer. Chavez himself was not unlike Sai Baba in his latter days, come to think of it. Both advocated very outlandish ideas, to say the least. Chavez e.g. suggested in public that ‘the civilization of Mars had been destroyed by capitalism’. Doesn’t this sound as abstruse as Sai Baba’s declaration that he was himself an enormous magnet or that he would lift mountain ranges? Maduro and his wife did visit Puttaparthi in 2005, as you mentioned, and is publicized widely and uncritically in India and in western newspapers (New York Times, Washington Post).

    In this photo mr. Maduro can be seen during his ‘private’ interview with his late greatness: http://www.sathyasai.org/imagecountries/venezuela/nicolas.jpg.

    The orange-clad guru looks decidedly masklike to me, inane, near-dead, like he increasingly did during the last ten years of his ‘reign’.

    Chris Dokter

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