Madhu Pandit's Hand Waving
BY: BANGALORE CORRESPONDENT
Aug 06, 2011 BANGALORE, INDIA (SUN) When I read Madhu Pandit dasa's recent post, "Bangalore Correspondent Fails to Prove Charges", I was wondering why he waited almost a month to do so and also why he didn't include a link to my original article, "Madhu Pandit dasa: Prince of Prevarication and Father of Lies". (I request the gentle reader to read it and refresh their memory.) Then I understood. He hoped that people would by this time have forgotten the catalog of lies he has perpetrated and which I had documented, and thus be willing to swallow his latest offering.
In his most recent text, Madhu Pandit writes in regards to myself: "He has failed miserably to prove his allegations, so much so that he does not even respond to the challenge put to him in his so-called reply." The so-called challenge of Madhu Pandit was made in "Challenging the Bangalore Correspondent".
But what allegations did I make that Madhu Pandit is challenging me on? He is referring to the following article, "Madhu Pandit dasa to Offer Compromise Proposal"? In this article I only wrote two paragraphs, as follows:
"The above notes that ISKCON did not run to Madhu Pandit, but the reverse. Why? Because Madhu Pandit knows that he will lose in the Supreme Court, and after the Supreme Court come criminal proceedings against him, which he can't escape.
It will be interesting to see what Madhu Pandit's proposal will look like considering that for the last 12 years he has been demonizing ISKCON, the GBC, ISKCON devotees, etc. But now that his skin is on the line, suddenly he will get a new perspective. Must be some connection between the above and what I just read on another blog:"
So what allegations in these two paragraphs is Madhu Pandit challenging me to prove? None. Madhu Pandit obviously was in so much haste that he didn't bother to read what little I actually wrote and separate that from what was written by others. I strenuously object to and resent his challenge to me that I have to prove statements that I didn't make. I am in no way obligated to prove statements I didn't make. It seems that Madhu Pandit is having some sort of breakdown and beginning to lose it. In any case, it is beneath my dignity to have a battle of wits with an unarmed man who cannot even read what is actually written.
One may ask, why did I write "Madhu Pandit dasa: Prince of Prevarication and Father of Lies" in the first place? Because I used it as an opportunity to showcase Madhu Pandit's history of deceit.
As for Madhu Pandit's explanation of how the Hundi is handled in the Bangalore temple, etc., we have only his word on it and we are supposed to believe that. This from a man who has made false statements on sworn affidavits, and we are now supposed to naively accept whatever he states to be gospel truth. I simply do not believe him. The same goes for any future explanation given by Madhu Pandit or anyone hired by him. He got his auditor to falsify documents, so he would do the same with any person he hires to certify his bona fides.
Madhu Pandit trots out the letter from Jayapataka Swami as a shield to hide behind, but it is Madhu Pandit's lies, deceit, frauds, and criminal activities that took place after this time that we are concerned about, so he should stop resting on his laurels. In World War I, Marshal Petain was hailed in France as a war hero,but in World War II he was denounced as a traitor who had collaborated with the Nazis. Similar is the condition of Madhu Pandit.
While Madhu Pandit spends his time taking the readers on tangential fantasy excursions hoping that they will believe him and regain his credibility, it is all a waste of time for everyone. Because the real people that Madhu Pandit will have to convince that he is not a liar, fraud and criminal do not read the Sampradaya Sun. Beginning on September 23, 2011 in Delhi before the Supreme Court of India, that is where Madhu Pandit dasa will have to prove that the High Court of Karnataka got everything wrong and that actually Madhu Pandit is innocent. Any guesses on who will be believed?
In conclusion regarding Madhu Pandit's vain challenges: a person is not obligated to prove statements that they didn't make.