maanantai 31. joulukuuta 2012

...but Stalin died.

Our people are circulating stories about Stalin's death as they were told or demonstrated by Sarkar in different occasions....Stalin's plan to engulf the world in another destructive war include several previously unknown details regarding the circumstances that led to his death.

BBC published the mysteries surrounding of the death of Stalin. There is some correlation between the facts given by Krushelnycky and Sarkar.

BBC 24th Febr 2003 interview with Pyotr Lozgachev, about 45 years after the incident when he was a guard on duty at the Stalin residence....In the night of 28 Febr Stalin and his closest political circle - Beria, Nikita Khrushchev, Nikolai Bulganin and Malenkov watched a film in the Kremlin and then retired to Stalin's country home, outside Moscow, for yet another night of feasting. By the early hours of 1st March, Stalin's guests had returned to their homes in Moscow. Out of ordinary routine the main guard, Khrustalev gave the guards order to go to bed. 'We were glad when we got this order, and went off to bed without thinking twice' – said Pyotr Lozgachev, guard on duty.

The guards slept late the following morning, and so, it seemed, did Stalin. Twelve o'clock, one, two o'clock came and no Stalin. The guards began to get worried, but no one dared to go into his rooms. At 6.30 a light came on in Stalin's rooms, finally by the time 10 o'clock Lozgachev was finally sent in to check on Stalin. "I hurried up to him and said 'Comrade Stalin, what's wrong?' He made some incoherent noise, like 'Dz dz.' His pocket watch and a copy of Pravda were lying on the floor. The watch showed 6.30."

Mr. Radzinski asserts that Stalin was injected with poison by the guard Khrustalev, under the orders of his master, KGB chief Lavrenty Beria. "All the people who surrounded Stalin understood that Stalin wanted war - World War III - and he decided to prepare the country for this war," Mr Radzinski says. "He said: 'We have the opportunity to create a communist Europe.' But Beria, Khrushchev, Malenkov etc understood it was not wise to begin a war against America too, because the country [Russia] had no resources but only nuclear weapons...And Beria knew Stalin had planned on 5 March to begin the deportation of Jews from Moscow." At 9.50 p.m. on 5 March Stalin died officially.

Our people reveal based on Sarkar: It was the first week of Febr, 1953 in the evening after sunset, Sarkar was sitting on the tiger's grave in Jamalpur. Along with Him was Sadan Dev, who worked in railway workshop, and Dr. Sachinandan Mandal (Sarkar's classmate).

Sarkar was silent and looking at the sky. Suddenly He told Sadan Dev to close his eyes. Sarkar then ordered his mind to go to Moscow and see what Stalin was doing in Kremlin. Sadan Dev said that Stalin was sitting alone and was brooding about something. Sarkar then asked him to enter inside Stalin's mind and see what he was thinking. Sadan Dev said that Stalin was planning to spread communism in different parts of the world. He was also planning to attack neighboring countries, including India. Now Stalin's thinking was that if India, which was the second most populous nation, was taken over by the communists, then he would be able to exert his influence in nearly all parts of Asia.

Then Sarkar told Sadan Dev to warn Stalin that it was not within his power to do this, and that if he tried to do this, it would only bring him disaster, and hence he should desist from any such attempt. Sadan Dev replied that he warned Stalin accordingly. After Sadan Dev gave Stalin the warning, Sarkar asked him to bring his mind back. He did not say anything more about Stalin that day.

The next piece of the puzzle was revealed just three weeks after previous. Again Sarkar was sitting on the tiger's grave in Jamalpur. This time Haraprasad Haldar was with Him. There was also another person present whose name is no longer known...Sarkar asked a passing man in Army uniform to sit near and used him as a medium to see what was happening in the Kremlin. He said that Stalin was having a conference with his Army Generals, and he was explaining something to them while pointing at a map. Sarkar asked him to enter inside Stalin's mind and see what his plans were. He said that Stalin was planning to invade the neighboring countries, including India, with a view to spreading communism all over the world.

Sarkar asked him to warn Stalin to desist from this action forthwith, as otherwise it would be disastrous for him. The man said that he had warned Stalin, and that it had created some fear in his mind. Stalin left the conference and went to his private room. Sarkar then continued discussing something else with Hara. Nearly half an hour had passed, Sarkar stopped the discussion and suddenly asked the medium to see what Stalin was doing now. He replied that Stalin had overcome his momentary fear and was preparing to give the final order to his army. Sarkar became very serious and said that he had not learnt any lesson and that his time had come. A few days later Hara was returning home. He found that some people had gathered around a sweet shop and were listening to the radio. Someone then told him that Stalin has died. Hara was stunned by this news.

On 14th Nov 1954 at the Jagriti in Rampur colony Sarkar was giving demonstration and asked one person to read the mind of Russian President Malenkov, who was also planning ways to bring India under communist rule. Sarkar asked him to warn Malenkov to stop any such thought, and to say that Stalin met an untimely death while persisting in that pursuit.

Ac. Haragovinda Mandal of Jamalpur, had also heard the story from Hara. One day during a field walk, Sarkar said to him that Stalin was a 'Mahapataki' (great sinner). He was preaching peace and justice in the name of communism, but was planning just the opposite, i.e., to bring unbounded human destruction through serial war...

Later, in Jamalpur during one general darshan, Sarkar showed to Dasharat the actual scene before Stalin died. Dasharat saw that Stalin was holding a conference of his army officers. Sarkar then asked Dasharat to see what was in the pocket of Stalin when he died. Dasharat said that there was a paper with something written in Russian, which he could not read. Sarkar said that on that paper was written a dangerous order, but Stalin died before he could give that order.

Many years later, in 1970, Bhaktavatsalamji attended field walk in Ranchi. Sarkar suddenly stopped and turned to him, and asked, "Bhaktavatsalam, do you know how Stalin died?" Then He went on to explain, "One evening I was sitting in the Jamalpur tiger's grave. Then a 'little boy' from the Himalayas sent me a telepathic message. The message was: 'Sarkar, Stalin is planning to attack India. Save India from this monster!' Then a warning was given to Stalin. Again, three weeks later I was sitting in the tiger's grave. Again the 'little boy' send a telepathic message from the Himalayas saying that Stalin was preparing to attack India. He pleaded with Me to save India. Do you know, Bhaktavatsalam, what happened then? Stalin was dead soon afterwords. But the Russians kept his death a secret. There was a power struggle between Beria and Khrushchev. Only a few days afterwords, when that power struggle had ended, when it had been decided who would succeed Stalin, was his death announced.

In that same year there was another demonstration given by Sarkar in the Ranchi Jagriti. He was explaining that it is Paramapurusa who has given various powers to human beings, and without His wish humans cannot perform even a most normal function. He then asked Dada Vinayananda to deliver speech. While speaking, suddenly Dada's voice ceased. Sarkar smiled and said that that He had withdrawn Dada's power to speak. He gave then him back the power to speak and said: "The power with which the speaking ability of Vinayanandaji was ceased is the Cosmic Scissor. By using that, Paramapurusa can stop the function of anything in this universe. He paused for a while and then said, "At the time of Stalin's death, this Cosmic Scissor - the vein carrying the blood supply to his brain - was cut off, and he died immediately." After saying this, Sarkar left the room.

The persons present at this demonstration who provided this information were unaware of the information given by others, but Hara had before his death narrated his experience to several others who were interviewed.

Conclusion - The BBC report says - Stalin died under mysterious circumstance. There is rumor that he died of haemorrhage. Besides BBC: All the people who surrounded Stalin understood that Stalin wanted war. Stalin had said: we have the opportunity to create a communist Europe...

According to the BBC report, Stalin was found lying on the floor 1 March (?). The assumption is that he died on the 28th... And only 5th March he was officially declared dead. When in the future the entire information about Stalin's death is declassified by Russia, we will be able to get a better understanding.
Communist leader Jyoti Basu was very ininfluential person in West Bengal, where 1967 Communists brutally murdered five of our yogic Monks. The tribals continued to advance towards Sarkar's quarter. Everyone was terrified and had no idea how to stop the armed mob approaching in a murderous frenzy. Suddenly Sarkar stepped out of His quarters and began observing the advancing mob. And then in a flash, that mob run away, as if frightened out of their wits by some mysterious force. This was thirty-six years ago, on death anniversary of Russian leader and dictator Joseph Stalin.

Sarkar mentions in his books: Stalin was a demon who killed millions of people. This all occurred because of the inherent defects of Marxism. Marxists built castles in the air... They killed many innocent people and sent countless others to concentration camps in the name of so-called ideology... In the name of doing good for the masses he (Stalin) killed so many people.

The final and most dangerous form of economic exploitation is fascist exploitation... The British imperialists, in order to legitimize their exploitation, embraced nationalist theory. Following the example of the British, Mussolini of Italy and Hitler of Germany moved along the same path. When communist imperialism was established after the Second World War, the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin propagated the concept of the Slavic supremacy. Likewise, the Chinese leader Mao Zedong built up Chinese superiority.

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