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Maharishi, der Abbruch-Unternehmer 
Maharishi lässt in grossen Stil abreissen, angeblich um in indischer Architektur neu zu bauen. 
Abgerissen werden Kulturdenkmäler, gebaut werden allenfalls kleine Häuser im Zuckerbäcker-Stil. 
Die angebliche Architektur ist Etikettenschwindel.
 
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Die Karikatur: Maharishis Abbruch-Manie ist international. "Road Kill along the highway to Heaven on Earth", plattgewalzt an der Schnellstrasse zum Himmel auf Erden. Maharishi auf einem Bulldozer schiebt Tempel und Kirchen beiseite.
Quelle: http://206.114.144.86/sv/roadkill.htm
Es handelt sich um eine Website der Sthapatyaveda Empirical Research Foundation
 

Weitere Hinweise auf Zerstörungen finden sich in der Website von Bob Brigante, "a satisfied TM customer and fan of Maharishi since 1968", einem "zufriedenen TM-Kunden und Maharishi-Fan seit 1968" http://www.geocities.com/bbrigante/
Auf der Seite http://www.geocities.com/bbrigante/party.html schreibt Brigante über Maharishi als eine Leicht-Version der Taliban.
Im März 2001 sprengten die Taliban in Afghanistan die zum Weltkulturerbe gehörigen Riesenbuddhas aus dem dritten und fünften Jahrhundert.
 
 
Bob Brigante in http://www.geocities.com/bbrigante/party.html, geladen am 31.5.2002 


Taliban leicht? 

Zur selben Zeit als die Druckausgabe der MUM Studentenzeitung (19.9.2001) ohne Kommentar ein Foto der kurz zuvor zerstörten Campus-Kapelle (weil das Gebäude "nicht im Einklang mit dem Naturgesetz gestanden habe")  brachte, gerade eine Woche nach den Angriffen auf das das World Trade Center und das Pentagon (wollte man ähnlich direkt sein wie die Taliban mit ihrer weithin verurteilten Zerstörung der Buddha-Statuen in Afghanistan?) haben wir gehört, dass die TM-Bewegung gerade die Fassade des Klosters zerstört hat, das sie in Vlodrop besitzt, obwohl ein holländisches Gericht dies gerade untersagt hatte. Die TM-Bewegung sagte, das sei ein "Missverständnis" gewesen (buchstabiert das als "Chuzpe" - Frechheit - Leute), eine Behauptung, die von der Bürgerinitiative prompt als "Lüge" bezeichnet wurde  ... 

Bob Brigante in http://www.geocities.com/bbrigante/party.html, geladen am 31.5.2002 
Taliban Lite?

UPDATE: At the same time as the print edition of the MUM student newspaper (19 Sep 2001 issue) inexplicably runs a cover photo of the ruins of the recently-demolished campus chapel (because the building was "not in accord with Natural Law") just a week after the WTC/Pentagon attacks (was the idea to be as in-your-face as the Taliban in their widely-condemned destruction of the Buddha statues in Afghanistan?), we get word that the TM movement has just destroyed the facade of the monastery it had in Vlodrop, even though it was ordered not to do so by a Dutch court. The TM movement says it was a "misunderstanding" (spell that "chutzpah," folks), a claim that was promptly branded a "lie" by the "burgercomite" ...
Das folgende Bild stammt aus der Website  der Sthapatyaveda Empirical Research Foundation.
Es ist anzunehmen, dass diese Maharishi zumindest wohlwollend gegenüber steht.

Dazu auch: http://www.fairfieldpublicaccess.org/carnegie.htm
 

The Carnage of Carnegie Hall

A senseless loss of
one of the most beautiful, sturdy
and historic buildings at MUM

The Carnegie Building, the first library built by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie west of the Mississippi, was torn down in the name of "Sthapatyavedic Rectification" July 2000 at MUM in Fairfield, Iowa. Destruction began when students went home for summer vacation, averting a possible student protest. 

The red brick and stone building was sturdy and in very good condition. It was remodelled in the 1990's and was one of the finest and most comfortable classrooms on campus. It contained modern features such as a computer lab with high speed connections on the Internet. Students generally enjoyed taking classes there. It was also convenient to the dining hall and student union. 

This picturesque building was often featured on MUM's brochures and videos. Photos of many graduating classes were taken on its steps. It was a building that gave the impression of a normal university to a most superstitious institution. 

So why was it torn down, with so many other buildings in bad condition, poor roads, and underpaid staff and faculty? It had an east entrance, and no southern entrance. So, there was little wrong with it Sthapatyavedically, except that it was a few degrees off from due east, and did not have a kalash on top. For whatever reason, it was considered "inauspicious" - which is a pseudo-scientific way of saying it was a "bad luck" building. 

This was a senseless and deplorable waste of a perfectly good building. It was very expensive to tear down such a sturdy building. Donors to MUM may wish to specify whether or not their funds should be used for such senseless destruction. Government subsidies to educational institutions from taxpayer funds should also not be used for such destruction. 

The demise of Carnegie Hall illustrates the demise of common sense, the scientific attitude, and the lack of caring and vision exhibited by the leaders of MUM. Along with the loss of Parsons Hall, a great tie to history and one of the most charming buildings on campus has been lost. 

No great "good luck" has yet been seen from the million dollar MU-tulation of the MUM campus, including filling in the pond, the Dreir bulding, and putting in an east entrance road. Nothing good has happened that would not have happened anyway. The Carnegie Building will be missed by present and past students and friends of Parsons College, and MUM. 

Andrew Carnegie was a man who was greatly supported by Natural Law. Through is Creative Intelligence he built a great financial empire. He dedicated himself in his later years to generously donating to the people, in part through his many Carnegie Libraries. Sadly, his gift of knowledge and science has been torn down in the name of superstition. 
Concerned Student

 
 



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