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VNN's "Death of COM" not fooling me
By Balarama Dasa

Hare Krishna.

Recently, an article entitled 'the death of com' appeared on VNN. I have this to say about that article, and 70% of everything else I read on VNN:

One of the worst things about the material world is how easy it is for a person who is fool number one to write down a bunch of lies that don't even *begin* to hang together logically, grammatically or in any other way, then spread them around to other fools who take it as gospel. This is the method used by the Ritviks, the Poison Purana wallas, and in general every sorry SOB with an axe to grind. The worst thing is that people actually *fall* for this stuff, and to defeat it, you have to do *so* much work, since practically every word is fallacious in one way or another; the entire piece has to be deconstructed one word at a time. Then, to top things off, when you're done trouncing them into the dust they refuse to admit defeat, and come out with another literary pearl even more spurious than the last. I don't know what the solution to this is, though I have my opinions. But I do have this to say, Mr. Kruma Rupa Krsnadasa: you're not fooling me. I see right through your word jugglery.

I think that about covers the situation.

Thank you. Hare Krishna.

Your servant, Balarama Dasa

© CHAKRA 11-April-2000

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