Monday, 22 June 2015

Swami Prakashanand Saraswati recruited Superwoman to Delude Americans

Swami Prakashanand Saraswati recruited Superwoman to Delude Americans
Swami Prakashanand Saraswati recruited Superwoman to Delude Americans


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The idea of religions using celebrities as promotion tools is nothing new. The stereotype is all too real, and many organizations such as Scientology have been using it as a strategy for years. In the latest tirade by Black PR goon Karen Jonson, Karen Jonson claims that Hindus have now got in on the act. Karen Jonson is an American lady who uses hatred as a strategy for "selling books smarter", and is making tonnes of money from rolling out allegations against Swami Prakashanand Saraswati, and "Eat, Pray, Love" author Elizabeth Gilbert and many others, young and old, women and kids. Karen adopted the name Rishika to seem less racist.  Using the name Rishika makes Jonson's hate comments against the Indian community more palpable to white folks who don't really want to be part of a cyber lynch mob against minorities.

Karen Jonson claims that Hindus such as Swami Prakashanand Saraswati are not only recruiting celebrities, but you guessed it: Superheros

Karen Jonson claims that Swami Prakashanand Saraswati deluded Americans by recruiting Superwoman. That is the beginning and end of Karen Jonson's attempt to jump on the celebrity-recruiting steriotype bandwagon. The idea is almost as fantastic as Karen Jonson's drivelous and mean spirited tirades against other people -





1. Indian kids are spending $2 to use an inflatable bouncing castle
2. 100 year old Indian spiritual leaders continue raping millions of women from beyond the grave, and one Indian man raped 45 "virgins" per day, for 60 years, and Karen Jonson is the only conduit between the virgins and the rest of us.
3. Indians are setting up animal hospitals to delude Americans

In an earlier rant, Karen Jonson asked Swami Prakashanand Saraswati to prove that he was a real Saint afterall:

Perhaps Prakashanand will perform a few divine miracles for us


That last rant was particularly telling. During the good 'ol days of the Witch Trials, the fine folks of Salem would drown a woman to make her that she wasn't a witch. Only a non-witch would drown, while a true witch would set herself free and fly away. As you can guess, there were no broomsticks. The trial of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati, and subsequent orchestrated Black PR Campaign against the Indian American Community was about showing that Swami Prakashanand Saraswati was a "false guru" and making the Hindu Community in Texas lose faith in their own religion.

Ex Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe and Ex Hays County Assistant District Attorney Cathy Compton have repeatedly used the term "false guru" for Swami Prakashanand Saraswati,

The plot thickens with this latest tirade about Superwoman. Perhaps it was his disciple Superwoman who saved him from being lynched by the good folk of Hays County or having a 280 year prison sentence for relatively minor charges which he did not commit. The real miracle worker here is Superwoman.

Perhaps, Karen Jonson, who adopted the name Rishika to seem less racist, will now prove once and for all that she really is God. In one hate speech, Karen Jonson said:"It’s the simple idea that we are already God, so we don’t have to “realize” him and we don’t have to go anywhere."

Karen Jonson was pushing people into making false accusations against religious institutions as a money-making venture

Read all about the prejudices against Swami Prakashanand Saraswati

Read about who Karen Jonson is

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