What's up with the cult religious leaders? It looks like they hide behind the cloak and prey on women. When it comes the safety of women, no religious guy should be trusted, particularly the ones in costumes... why do they need to wear these garbs, to fool the public that they are pious? Can't they just wear normal clothes like every one else?
These are sex maniacs, and get this right - there is an ass like Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in every religion with no exception - it is not a religious thing, it is a evil thing done under different religious garbs. Religion is a front for evil men. It appears that he had 400 men castrated, but for himself.
We need to guard ourselves from stereotyping religious men and women, creeps like him make good religious leaders look bad. Verify these guys, but protect your women from these wolves.
# # #400 Men Cut Their Balls Off Believing It Would Help Them Meet God
The controversial guru, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, is said to have 40 to 50 million followers worldwide.
NEW DELHI, Feb 27, 2015:
An Indian spiritual guru-turned- movie-star allegedly convinced up to 400 men to castrate themselves because it would bring them closer to God.
The procedures are thought to have taken place around the year 2000.
However, victims are only coming forward after overcoming initial fears of speaking out against the widely-beloved Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, who has around 40 to 50 million followers worldwide, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.
Known as “the guru in bling” and worth an estimated US$40 million(RM140 million), Gurmeet reportedly urged his followers that having their testicles removed would allow them to meet God and speak with Him directly.
Witnesses of the castrations say they were conducted at a hospital owned by Gurmeet’s spiritual organisation, the Sydney Morning Herald added.
400 Men Cut Their Balls Off Believing It Would Help Them Meet God
The Sydney Morning Herald reports the procedures are thought to have taken place around the year 2000, but victims are only coming forward after getting over initial fears of speaking out against the widely-beloved Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, who has around 40 to 50 million followers worldwide.
Known as “the guru in bling” and worth an estimated 40 million USD, Singh reportedly urged his followers that having their testicles removed would allow them to meet God and speak with Him directly.
Witnesses of the castrations say they were conducted at a hospital owned by Singh’s spiritual organization.
Several witnesses have agreed to testify in court, possibly putting an end to Singh’s history of avoiding conviction.
He was charged with conspiracy involving the murder of an investigative journalist in 2002, and several female followers claim he sexually abused them.
Singh was not jailed, however, supposedly thanks to politicians who believe his authority commands votes.
The current case was brought upon by The Central Bureau of Investigation, which is India’s version of the FBI, and accuses Singh of grievous bodily harm.
A source told Indian media,
CBI sleuths met some old Dera followers and were, thus, successful in tracing some others who were castrated in the name of God. Some of the castrated followers, who agreed to record their statements before the judicial magistrate, have left for Delhi where the case has been registered.
The publicizing of the castrations has already tarnished Singh’s reputation, at least for movie-goers.
Ticket sales for his latest film, “MSG: The Messenger,” are supposedly so low that Singh is reportedly buying them in bulk to maintain profits.
Read more: http://www.therakyatpost.com/world/2015/02/27/400-men-cut-their-testicles-off-believing-it-would-help-them-meet-god/#ixzz3T3Dp8wrg