Apr 17, 2017 DENMARK (SUN)
"It is a question of taste. Just see birds, two kinds of birds, crows and the swans, different taste.
Therefore we are trying to create taste for Krsna consciousness.
...Then these crows' place, newspaper, we'll not...
We don't read newspaper.
We don't touch it unless there is some news of ours.
We don't touch it. What is the use of wasting time?
They read so big, big bundle of newspaper.
But we don't touch them.
Oh, we have got (indistinct) literature here. Why should we waste our time in the crows' manifestation?
The same politics, same Nixon, same Dixon, same Hitler.
It is called punah punas carvita-carvananam [SB 7.5.30], chewing the chewed.
Things which have already been chewed and thrown away, another person is crying, "Let me see if there's any juice."
But you have already chewed. What juice you find there? Punah punas carvita-carvananam [SB 7.5.30], again and again, same politics, same new leader, same he's a rascal.
Just like Nixon advertises in news, "America now requires Nixon."
So America accepted him and now America doesn't want him.
Again another Nixon will come.
This is going on, punah punah, again and again, chewing the chewed.
The people are not disgusted but we have tasted all these rascals.
Why another Nixon?"
(Srila Prabhupada, Stockholm, 1973)