The 13th Bahai Principle

The Baha’i Administration never fails to propagate about their plagiarized 12 principles, which are never practiced by the Baha’is. The only principle which the Baha’i administration and the Baha’is practice very religiously and effectively is the 13th unwritten principle of the Baha’i Faith and that is the use of Baha’i women in attraction of potential converts to the Faith.

Can you believe a persian Baha’i lady (even if she is obese) would marry a colored man if he is poor ?

A longtime Baha’i Mr. Dale Husband says:

“I got sick of seeing how women are conditioned to flirt with any possible potential convert around. For the Baha’i administration, most worthy of women values are their bodies – which are conditioned to attract new followers to Baha’i faith”.

The Baha’i Moral classes are arranged so that the Baha’i teacher can use their charm to attract non Baha’is. We can see the innumerable number of Baha’i love stories doing rounds on the Net (bahai-scandals.blogspot.com/) where such love affairs with Baha’i teachers are descripted. The case of Sama Sabet (http://smartbahai.wordpress.com/) and Dilavara Mihrshahi (http://panchgani-bahais.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/new-era-high-school-panchgani-centre-of.html) is not new to the Faith. The Baha’i women are programmed to trap wealthy, influential, capable non-Baha’is to the Faith. This is the prevalent culture worldwide and Baha’i Administration doesn’t think it bad. In fact Baha’i women successful in implementing this 13th unwritten principle are awarded by rise in the Administration.

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The Bahai Faith and Al Qaeda

“John Ricardo I. “Juan” Cole (born October 1952) is an American scholar, public intellectual, and historian of the modern Middle East and South Asia. He is Richard P. Mitchell Collegiate Professor of History at the University of Michigan. As a commentator on Middle Eastern affairs, he has appeared in print and on television, and testified before the United States Senate.

Cole became a member of the Bahá’í Faith in 1972 as an undergraduate at Northwestern, and the religion later became a focus of his academic research. He resigned from the faith in 1996 after disputes with Bahá’í leadership concerning the Bahá’í system of administration.”

qaedaThe Baha’i faith stands for universal love, for tolerance, and for a separation of religion and state.  The need for religious leaders to let politicians do the ruling is a key value stated over and over again in Baha’i scripture.

Unfortunately, a weird Baha’i sub-cult has arisen.  It structurally resembles al-Qaeda, and differs from al-Qaeda only with regard to methods, not ideals.  It does not usually employ violence or terrorism (though persons with this mindset have beaten up friends of mind).

And, most frighteningly of all, it has taken over and subverted the main institutions of the Baha’i faith.
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Corruptions of the Bahais of Akka – Part II

This article is the second in a series which has been compiled from the book “Kashful Heel” written by “Abdul Husain Aayati. He lived amongst the Bahais for 20 years and served them through these years. He was popularly known as “Awareh” which means the one who wandered about in love (of Bahaullah). After these years, he saw the corruptions of the Bahais first hand, renounced the Bahai Faith and finally reverted back to Islam. Thereafter he wrote the book “Kashful Heel” to reveal the true face and hypocrisy of the Bahais. The life history of Awareh is full of interesting events and episodes which outline the true face of the Bahais as revealed by an insider. (Click here to read part 1 of this article)

Hussain "Avareh" Ayati

Hussain “Avareh” Ayati

Bahaullah and his relatives instigated people against the government of Tabriz and tried to overthrow their government and lay the foundation of the new government and since Naseeruddeen Shah was busy in the activities of his government, they opposed him and ultimately he had to submit to their wishes with the condition that they would only preach their religion. They ate and lived lavishly under the pretext of teaching universal religion and peace. Wherever they could find anybody who was ready to listen to them, they used to preach against Iran. They killed a lot of children and women for to achieve their purpose.

They even tried to kill me (Aawareh) but since I was careful they could not harm me. They instigated the people against me. Mohammed Kashani was a good man and I had helped him to get the post of teacher in a madresa. In one of the meeting in Tehran, they said to him that it was easy to kill Aawarah due to which doctor Yunus Khan was angry and thought resigning Some men pointed out that they have even incited women to kill me (Aawareh). Infact, due to this I feared that I should not say whatever I know and hence whatever I am saying now is very little of what is in my knowledge.

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Baha’is engage in acts of Cyber-terrorism against Iran (2011)

Came across the following article on the web sent by one of my FaceBook friends..time and again, we find Bahai violating the rules of the land – when it comes to spying (remember Indian spying case), conversions (remember Indonesia, Uzbekistan etc). And then they cry hoarse about how these countries are treating them shabbily.

Some things will never change…

Iran Arrests 30 Over U.S.-linked Cyber Ring

Reuters
March 14, 2010

Editor’s note: In February, the Bipartisan Policy Center held a war game and concluded cyber attacks would come from Russian, Chinese, and Sudanese hackers. It now appears the cyber threat in part originates from the CIA-supported Mujahadeen-e-Khalq.

Iran has arrested 30 people suspected of belonging to a U.S.-linked cyber network gathering information on Iranian nuclear scientists and sending people abroad for training, a news agency reported on Saturday.

It said the group sought to recruit people through the Internet for training in Iraq with the People’s Mujahideen Organisation, a leftist exile group which launched attacks on the Islamic Republic from Saddam Hussein’s Iraq

“Thirty people were arrested in connection with an organised American cyber war network via a series of complex security measures in the field of information technology and communications,” the Fars news agency said.

Tehran’s general and revolutionary court said one of the group was linked to an outlawed sect — a reference to the Baha’i religious minority, the agency said.

“Among the charges against this network are creating an intelligence gathering network, including identification of the country’s nuclear scientists and staging illegal demonstrations and encouraging the public to take part in them after the presidential elections,” it said.

Source: http://www.infowars.com/iran-arrests-30-over-u-s-linked-cyber-ring/

 

Beyond and Behind Ruhi Classes there is Moral Bankruptcy of the Baha’i Faith

ruhiyouthsWe recognize that all human beings are sinners; however, there is a disproportionately high rate of moral failure among the Baha’i teachers of Ruhi Children Moral Classes. We also recognize that there may be a few of these kinds of teachers in every faith, but our concern is that almost ALL the most famous Baha’i Teachers have been disgraced their moral lives.

Moreover it is the Baha’i Faith which thinks that it is the monopoly of them to spiritualize and moralize the children of other faiths through these Ruhi Books. The Ground reality is that beyond and behind these ‘Ruhi Curriculum’ there is absolute immorality of Baha’is and Baha’i Teachers.

The most important question now is that, only saying is enough that there should be morality and spirituality, among the people OR it should be practically applied by the people in their life?

Morality is not a product that any one can buy or hire from market by paying some money. It is a matter of human value. It develops through lots of passion, compassion and disciplined life. The word ‘Morality’ may look simple, short, not codified in law but is continuously applying in all the cultures. It will not come by signing a declaration card or by meeting some political leaders and asking them to give a statement against Iran

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Was Shoghi Effendi gay?

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/talk.religion.bahai/PCgaYZjZ6NY

According to research done by Jackson Armstrong-Ingram (primarily based on letters of the Afnan family and other firsthand accounts) and Mildred Mottehedeh who confided to Michael Zargarov and several others, Shoghi was a homosexual who struggled with his condition for his whole lifetime. There have also been suggestions that George Townsend was perhaps the one true love of Shoghi’s life, and not as popularly believed Mary Maxwell (aka Amatu’l-Baha Ruhiyyih Khanum).

Apparently among Ruhi Afnan’s papers, there are several letters which explicitly suggest Shoghi’s homosexuality as early as his days in Beirut, well before Ruhi and Soheil’s expulsion at Shoghi’s hands. Perhaps these cousins were in fact expelled because they knew Shoghi’s dark secret.

Mildred Mottehedeh, who was quite close to the Rabbanis, had also known about this. Perhaps the time has come to psycho-analyze the “Guardian,” reasses his ministry and examine his authoritarian style of governance in light of his repressed homosexuality and unrequitted love for George Townsend. After all, according some recent historical findings, Adolf Hitler was a bisexual who struggled with his effeminate ponceness and compensated it with political power and the Will to Power (* Ernst Roehm, leader of the Brown Shirt SA, was an out and out ponce). Perhaps a Nietzchean-Freudian probe into Shoghi’s life and writings is not that too far off in the horizon, not to mention suggestions by Wombat Joey that one of the Persian Hands who was a lifelong Shoghi devotee was himself also a closet homosexual

Baha’i Scandals in India – one more…

Courtesy : http://bahai-scandals.blogspot.com

Baha’is very often preach of high moral standards, love, peace and unity in their deceptive speeches and classes. These sermons are nothing but to fool the world and gain some well wishers and adherents for the dying Baha’i Faith.

Divorce, elopement extra marital affairs, espionage and manipulation – all are normal day to day events in the life of every Baha’i. Still they give long sermons of morality and spirituality, taking for granted that the world is full of fools.

Writing open letters to political leaders and pressuring the politicians using their charms to speak for Baha’is and Baha’i Faith and then claiming that the Baha’is do not involve themselves in politics is real politics.

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2013 – A Bahá’í Love Story

bahai moral classesWe had not yet erased from our minds the love story of 2012, when we came across a more sizzling story in 2013.

The 2012 story was set in Bhubaneswar involving a 50 year old ABM with a lady of 25 years. The 2013 story also involves an ABM. Mr. Gopalkrishnan, husband of an ABM for protection (Ms Reena) flirting with his best friend’s (Mr Daas’) wife, Ms Rijesh, in popularly known God’s Own Country, Kerala.

Mr. Gopalkrishnan has served as Board member and also as State Coordinator for ‘moral activities’ till Nov. 2011. Mr Gopalkrishnan is father of a 7 year old son and his wife is expecting another child. The ‘virtuous flirt’ Gopalkrishnan has given his heart to Rijesh, who was in Kannur cluster and now moved to North Parvur Cluster. Rijesh reciprocated Gopalkrishnan’s feelings and soon both spent hours on the phone. The relationship has flourished for 6 years and has bloomed into physical contact, after Daas shifted as caretaker of Bahá’í Center at Cochin.

Both Gopalkrishnan and Rijesh then openly confesses to their love for one another and decide one fine day to get married. Daas who had one son from Rijesh gets separated from Rijesh but continues to stay with her for sake of his son. Rijesh’s second child, a two year old daughter, is born out of her illicit relations with Gopalkrishnan.

Reena also on the other hand has reconciled to the reality as are other relatives of Gopalkrishnan. Goplakrishanan’s sister, who is also an Auxiliary Board Member continues to adore her brother.

The story of prominent Bahá’í office bearers of Kerala is straight out of soap-opera. In the above story following major violence of Divine Law is seen :
1.    Relationship beyond marriage
2.    Physical relationship beyond marriage resulting in birth of a child
3.    Sexual Scandal happening in the holy premises of Bahá’í Center.
4.    Second marriage before divorce.
5.    Second marriage of a Bahá’í ABM as per Hindu rituals!

Close relatives including the first husband of Rijesh and first wife of Gopalkrishnan reconcile to the developments. The Bahá’í community in Kerala watches silently. It is a Victory of Love, as in Hindi soap opera. Abdul Baha’s smiling face at the Bahá’í Center could be shot as a final scene to solemnize this story. Can there be a better happy ending?

2012 – A Baha’i Love Story

Bahais of Bhubaneshwar

Bahais of Bhubaneshwar

The recent events at Orissa can form an excellent romantic fairy tale. The hero is a 50 year old married ABM for protection of the Baha’i Faith, having two children, and the heroine a Baha’i teacher half his age.

The story is set in Bhubaneswar, a town known for its tradition and culture. Our higher-than-middle age hero sets out on a moral class training programme with a Ruhi Book in hand to proselytize a group of youngsters. While moral classes progress, love blossoms between him and a lass and within no time the two are deeply in love. Moral classes apart, the two step into the immoral zone and decide to elope.

Now come to the reality – The girl’s family was absolutely terrified after the incidence. They filed an FIR with the Police and Law enforcing agencies. They reported that the Baha’is use to come at their place and talk about Morality and Spirituality in the Baha’i Faith. Moreover the girl also progressed and graduated to conduct Children moral class in her area. The poor parents could not evenly remotely imagine that behind this moral religious garb is hidden absolutely immorality. The senior Bahai ABM has played with lives of four – the innocent girl whom he took away, his wife and their two children.

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US Baha’i authorities accused of pimping and child trafficking

Note: The blogger highly recommends that the author of the original message contact law enforcement authorities in their relevent jurisdiction and force an investigation of this matter since child trafficking and prostitution of underage children is a serious criminal matter.

*Names and identifiers have been removed.
To: “ex-bahai Moderator” <ex-bahai-owner@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Sunday, November 04, 2012 10:00 AM
Subject: Re: File – Ex-Baha’i New Member Survey
Bahai "Morral" classes

Bahai “Morral” classes

Hi all, …I’m a “white” woman in her 60’s who joined the bahai organization in the 70’s. I was attracted to the principals, especially the oneness of humanity. I was married to a Native American in ND with four children. In the years following I remained a steadfast bahai until recent years when I noticed the organization becoming more and more “top heavy”, with the leadership not listening to rank and file bahais, only sending directives from the top down. And while many of the directives quoted the bahai writings, in actuality the activities seemed to not reflect what a deepened bahai could believe. In my opinion Ruhi was created as top-down extracts from bahai writings with the goal of bringing in troops of people to brainwash, creating McBahais. An individual being deepened in the bahai writings seemingly became a liability to the leadership who more and more were manufactured from the Ruhi factory.

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