Wednesday, December 11, 2013

119 Bahá’í Picnics Over!

The 119 conferences called by the Bahá’í Administration, the UHJ, for the Bahá’í Youth held in 119 cities carefully selected by the UHJ to measure its acceptability amongst the Bahá’ís, proved to be the nightmare for the UHJ as only 30% of participation were Bahá’ís and the rest were non Bahá’ís i.e. from the “wider community”. It is quite natural that any NGO announcing 3 day picnic at a picnic resort with free lodging boarding and luxury of mixing with fairer sex in the name of enhancing the collective capacity for service, for benefit to Mankind will be welcomed by any group of people. The “wider community” was no exception and did not failed to take benefit from the “sinking titanic”.

If this figure of 30% Bahá’í Youth attendance is true then the Bahá’í Administration is losing grip over the Bahá’ís which will result in gradual dismantling of Bahá’í Administration in the very near future. Bahá’í youths cannot be fooled for a long time and this 30% is the best proof of it. Bahá’í Faith is now a Paper Tiger which is being run by the paid executives, the Members of Universal House of Justice, the Counselors the ABMs etc. These officials have their Salaries, their Holidays and finally Retirement. There are no real Bahá’ís left in the Faith.

There was a severe Bahá’í discontent during the conferences as lots of efforts were directed to please the youths of wider community at the expense of Bahá’í money as UHJ sees these youths as potential Bahá’ís for the future as their deception process is ON. Now the UHJ is asking the Bahá’ís to pay for the non Bahá’ís attending the conference.

Another major reason for discontent amongst Bahá’ís was total neglect by the UHJ of the Bahá’í Agenda carefully drafted by the Bahá’í Youths to be discussed in these conferences. These agendas were the real things going in the minds of every Bahá’í and the UHJ failed to satisfy the needs of the Bahá’í Youths. The conference had only one agenda and that was to please the youths of the wider community for enrolling themselves as Bahá’ís.

Another cause of dissatisfaction amongst Bahá’í Youths were the propaganda organized by the UHJ against Iran. The representative of the External affair committees of the Bahá’ís spoke on the ways and means for how to degrade and defame Iran by contacting their respective governments and giving them false information about Iranian government mistreating the Bahá’ís.

Also a careful analysis will find juxtaposition between the rise of rebellious in Bahá’í Faith and different sects emerging amongst the Bahá’ís all claiming to be True Bahá’ís. The Bahá’í administration is avoiding these issues as they feel that they are not in a position to reply to these issues. As lot of covenant breaking has been done by the Bahá’í Administration itself.

The Bahá’í Administration should know that future analysis is a key tool for the improvement of the present situation and extending their lives for a few more decades. Their next picnics should incorporate:

1. An awareness of demands by the Bahá’í youth of answering the unanswered question occupying the Bahá’í community related to the Central figures of the Faith that who was the Real Successor of The BAB.

2. The reliability of UHJ based on Holy text whether this is the same UHJ forecasted by Bahá’í central figures Baha’u’llah and Abdul Baha?

3. The safety of Bahá’í community not from Covenant Breakers but from abusive language used by the so called infallible members of UHJ.

4. Other sensitive issues like, the Collusion amongst the Persian Bahá’ís to keep the Bahá’í Administration in their own hands and let the Bahá’ís of other communities work as slave for them nothing sort of renaissance of Past Iranian Monarchy overthrown by Iranians.

Friday, August 2, 2013

Baha'i Youth conferences Begins with lackluster note

Participants gather outside of the conference venue in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea for betterment of society by ‘teaching Baha'i Faith’ to Tiny Tots of other Faiths.
Youth striving to contribute to the well-being of their communities have begun gathering in a series of conferences called for by the Universal House of Justice, the international governing body of the Baha'i Faith. The first eight of the 114 youth conferences, scheduled between now and October of this year, were held this past weekend in Papua New Guinea, Canada, Costa Rica, Colombia, and Indonesia.

The outcome of these already concluded 8 conferences can be best summarized in one word “ABSOLUTE FAILURE” from the side of UHJ as well as participants.

The participants were unaware for what they have been called and the UHJ was confused, what had to be done with participants who were ignorant about the basic principles of the Faith. Nobody knew the meaning of facilitator, teacher, cluster etc. They had all come on planned for picnic and games.

Despite strong propaganda, the attendance was poor, even though the UHJ had taken care of lodging, boarding and travel expenses, no enthusiasm was seen. The participants found no point in attending for the agenda. Several doubts remained unanswered. The truthfulness of the Baha'i Faith, its legality and who was Baha’u’llah? were the predominant thoughts in the minds of few attendees.

As new agenda floated, the minds of the youths were stirred with a more confusion and uncertainty. The youth debated the motive of these conferences’ and why suddenly the UHJ has become so hospitable? Was the UHJ trying to cover-up :
a)    failure of Ruhi curriculum? Or,
b)    absolute non acceptability of the Faith with the masses inspite of efforts taken by Baha'i authorities to make it acceptable. Or,
c)    to take the minds of the Baha'is away from humiliating court case defeats at the hands of followers of other sects of Baha'is.

Certain net savvy and updated youth discussed amongst themselves :
a)    why the Baha'i Faith is banned in most of the countries?
b)    why there are deportations and arrests of Baha'is in different countries?
c)    why does the intelligence agency of every country have a Baha'i cell to keep a track of their activities?
d)    why there is widespread and profound allegation of espionage charges made against Baha'is in many of the countries?

Some Baha'i Youths suggested that women and children are not safe in Baha'i meetings and classes, and hence “Child and women Protection”, has to be discussed in these conferences.

It was told in the conference that “The purpose of neighborhood children’s classes is to provide spiritual growth and training to children. Such classes make Baha'i children gain a stronger identity when they are in classes with children of non-Baha'is who are learning about the Baha'i Faith. It is an obligation of every Baha'i to teach others about Baha’u’llah.”

Most of the Baha'i youth did not think that children have any obligation “to teach Baha'i Faith to other children”. In fact, they felt that it shows that Baha'i Faith is desperate to make converts. A good religion sells itself without trying to sell itself, and does not need any special methods such as children’s classes, cleverly designed for evangelistic purposes.

Also whispered was that in a letter dated dated 1 July 2013 the UHJ stated that “how the act of reaching out to touch individual hearts, acquainting souls with the Word of God, and inviting them to contribute to the betterment of society which is contrary to saying of Baha’u’llah “Verily I say, strife and dissension, and whatsoever the mind of man abhorreth are entirely unworthy of his station. Center your energies in the propagation of the Faith of God’

With this feedback of first few conferences, it is not clear how the remaining will be managed by the UHJ. Picnics apart, the youth do not see any sense in the way the Faith is managed.

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Is this Baha'i Covenant ?

Thus the whole history of the supposed Baha'i Covenant can clearly be seen to be flawed, faulty, and erroneous. Thus there is no clear lineage of authority, authority being seized by opportunists in every instance when that lineage was put in question.

The whole Baha'i edifice from beginning to end is tainted, the supposed authority of it's administration based on false-hoods and outright lies.
The Bab being the forerunner of Baha'u'llah left a Will&Testament that named Baha'u'llah's half brother Azal as the inheritor of the mantle of leadership of the Babi/Bayani faith. Did Baha'u'llah respect this Covenant? No. In fact the best that Baha'is can do to detract from the fact of Azal's appointment by the Bab is to state that Subh-e-Azal was simply a scapegoat to take the heat off Baha'u'llah.
How noble is this if it were true?

The second installment of this supposed Covenant is Baha'u'llah's Will&Testament which stipulated that after Abdu'l-Baha his half brother Muhammad Ali would become the center of the Covenant. Did this occur? No. Why? Because Muhammad Ali was written out of the Covenant by Abdu'l-Baha'.
Where did Abdu'l-Baha suddenly get the authority to rewrite Baha'u'llah's Will&Testament? Truth is that Abdu'l-Baha clearly had no such authority.

Then there is Abdu'l-Baha's supposed Will&Testament which clearly stipulates that there is to be a living Guardian as the head for life of the Universal House of Justice. Has there ever been such a situation? No.
How was this clear stipulation of Abdu'l-Baha's Will&Testament overruled?
Then Shoghi Effendi dies without naming a successor or leaving a Will&Testament, which was a requirement; and then the Hands of the Cause take control where they clearly had no authority to take control; which is openly admitted by none other than Ruhiyyih Kahnum:

How to assume the reins of authority, with no document to support us, other than the general theological statements about the Hands?

   (Custodians, Ministry of the Custodians, p. 9)

Thus the whole history of the supposed Baha'i Covenant can clearly be seen to be flawed, faulty, and erroneous. Thus there is no clear lineage of authority, authority being seized by opportunists in every instance when that lineage was put in question.

The whole Baha'i edifice from beginning to end is tainted, the supposed authority of it's administration based on false-hoods and outright lies.

Perhaps if Baha'is could actually live by one of the simpler of Abdu'l-Baha's teachings they would be harmless:

Let them see no one as their enemy, or as wishing them ill, but think of all humankind as their friends; regarding the alien as an intimate, the stranger as a companion, staying free of prejudice, drawing no lines.

   (Abdu'l-Baha, Selections from the Writings of Abdu'l-Baha, p. 1)

Thing is even Abdu'l-Baha himself couldn't bring himself to live by this principle. He was drawn into the cult of covenant breakers and allowed this cult to draw a line between himself and his own half brother Muhammad Ali just as his father had allowed the same cult to draw a line between himself and his half brother Subh-e-Azal.

So insidious is the work of this cult that it succeeded in having Shoghi draw a line between himself and his entire family, his own parents included.

So much for a religion that supposedly has unity as one of it's central principles!

To subject oneself to such a cult of covenant breakers is one thing, to wish it on others is another.

If there is a warning that should be given to people interested in the Baha'i faith it is this: Look behind the facade! See the truth behind all the talk about unity; the truth that the Baha'i faith is covenant breakers in disguise, that it is a religion which is all about the drawing of lines in spite of the fact that one of it's central figures taught that Baha'is should see no one as their enemy:

Let them see no one as their enemy, or as wishing them ill, but think of all humankind as their friends; regarding the alien as an intimate, the stranger as a companion, staying free of prejudice, drawing no lines.

   (Abdu'l-Baha, Selections from the Writings of Abdu'l-Baha, p. 1)

Beware indeed!

Friday, April 12, 2013

UHJ call for 95 Youth conferences is in fact SOS for Bahá'í Faith

The Bahá'í Titanic is about to be archived to the annals of history.  
The Captain of Titanic has given a signal of distress to the Bahá'ís of the world in the form of organizing 95 youth conferences across the globe. The UHJ will pump dollars to make these conferences a success. As usual, the youth will come to make merry and play music, as at the last moments of Titanic people aboard were singing and dancing.
So threatened is the faith with danger of extinction due to Bahá'í Faith's administration being infiltrated with pretenders and gangsters who 'claim' to be Bahá'ís, but lack faithfulness in their hearts. Their aim is to keep the ark 'motionless' and focus on 'fancies' such as over-administration, a social-club-like mentality, backbiting, passing time over trivial issues, more importantly, ridiculing those who lack it, instead of effectively teaching, sharing & reaching the highest realms of the spirit.
The Bahá'í Faith is suffering from Ideological and Administrative and social turmoil.
Baha'is or Hippies ?
Ideological turmoil
Ali Nakhjavani (Former UHJ Member and Staunch opponent of Ruhi Curriculum)

While the matter of Guardianship sprang-up many other issues surfaced like:
a.   authenticity of Will and Testament of Abdul Baha,
b.   who was the real successor of Bab - Subh-e Azal or Baha'u'llah?
c.   Baha'u'llah's sister Aziziya (or Izziyih) Khanum disclosing viceful personal life of Baha'u'llah.
d.   The Unitarian Bahá'ís bringing all sorts of Holy writings against Abdul Baha.
e.   number of ideological questions were raised by the Knowledgeable Ex Bahá'ís, who were shown the gate, over the internet. They launched a full attack on the History of Bahá'í Faith. The Ex Bahá'ís proved that the Pen is mightier than sword (Excommunication).

The UHJ found itself incapable to give any logical answer to these questions and went on damage control mode asking NSA to take back all the Bahá'ís whose voting rights were taken. They absolutely erased the concept of Sanctions of Administrative Rights. And now, finally, 95 conferences are being arranged as a part of damage control strategy.
Administrative turmoil
The Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Beverly Hills (2013).
Fred Jafari, Keyvan Khadem, Farid Holakouee, Behzad Faridian, Parsa Zadeh, Payam Afsharian,
Annie Pirmoradi, Hamid Mashhoudy, Malihe Jafari (100% Persian)

On the other hand there were many Administrative questions surrounding UHJ regarding its legality, its infallibility and the extra ordinary higher percentage of Iranian Bahá'ís on it. The Bahá'í scholars have been openly objecting to the high level of intolerance shown by UHJ, use of derogatory languages for respected Bahá'ís, threat of excommunication, election process of UHJ and its interference in election of the other countries.

Even the various methods of propagation are so frequently being changed that it gives a sign of uncertainty. Earlier it was fireside and then Mass teaching. The Social Economic Development has failed to give any serious acceptability to the Bahá'í Faith.

The worst failure was Ruhi curriculum which divided the Bahá'í Faith diagonally into the Persian and Non Persian Bahá'ís - finally resulting in outburst of a former UHJ Member against not just the Ruhi curriculum but the UHJ itself. Certain reactions are indeed eye openers, e.g. after a deepening session by a so called Bahá'í scholar, a Persian Bahá'í remarked that let us congratulate UHJ for successfully confusing the Bahá'ís.

The Volunteers who served on the world centers in the prime of the youth age, when asked to return as they had lost their youth, started openly criticizing the UHJ members

The attack of former UHJ member on Ruhi curriculum and a humiliating court case defeat has instilled shame in every Bahá'í. Bahá'í now care a damn about the claims of UHJ asking Bahá'ís to be patient that it is doing everything to reverse the case. 

Moral Turmoil

Since the advent of Ruhi system, the deepened Bahá'ís who were always ahead in activities felt betrayed by the UHJ for side tracking them in every field. Capable Bahá'ís having knowledge of Bahá'í Faith and Holy writings were left for job of travel teachers and useless and incompetent Bahá'í who did not know the difference between Baha'u'llah and Allah'u'Abha were made counselors.

Bahá'í culture can hardly be called as a Religious culture. The ultra modern culture resembles MTV pop culture and not at all a sober religion.

The rate of divorce, rate of elopement, infighting amongst the Bahá'í officials and an emerging trend of resignation of Bahá'í officials from Administration and their refusal to take up any responsibility whether it is paid or voluntary, are all signs of steep downfall.
Preoccupation with Iran

The UHJ's preoccupation with Iran is not proving to be a good omen for the Bahá'ís. The Bahá'í sites of every country contain more anti Iranian material than Holy writings. It seems that it is made for the purpose of instilling Anti Iranian feelings.

The Universal House of Justice is discussing how to contact the political leaders to defame Iran (in the matter of Yaran) and at the same time utilizing the meeting for Bahá'í propaganda by gifting some Bahá'í Books.  The UHJ members are openly talking with the Bahá'ís that Persecution of Bahá'ís in Iran is a blessing for them as it gave them the opportunity to meet different political leaders. In fact one of the UHJ members remarked that 'if the Iran problem is solved, then what?'

Further, it has antagonized many Persian Bahá'ís as nationalism is more important for them than faith.

This obsession with the Anti Iran Govt propaganda leaves little time for other activities. A typical Bahá'í LSA member apart from anti Iran propaganda has local politics, defaming other Bahá'ís, gossiping and merry making in the agenda. No wonder the faith has lost whatever spirituality it had.


It is clear that turmoil in the faith is deep. Relating the situation to the Titanic is not uncalled for. Most Bahá'ís can now see through the deception. Only hindrance is that they can't find a better social club to give allegiance. The current UHJ message is understood by many Bahá'ís as:
Message of 'Universal House of Justice'
Ground Reality
Within communities of every size and strength, we are glad to see the processes of the Five Year Plan kindling the spirit of service and stimulating purposeful action.
Examples appear every day of how the act of reaching out to touch individual hearts, acquainting souls with the Word of God, and inviting them to contribute to the betterment of society can, in time, tend to the advancement of a people. This collective movement becomes discernible when the Plan's elements are combined into a well-coordinated cluster-wide effort, the dynamics of which are becoming increasingly familiar. Such a cluster becomes the setting for experienced believers as much as those newly introduced to the Faith, whatever their age or background, to work side by side, accompanying one another in their service, enabling everyone to participate
in the unfoldment of the Plan.
From the panorama of the Bahá'í world engaged in earnest activity, one phenomenon strikes us especially: the decisive contribution made by youth on every continent. In this phenomenon we see the vindication of the hopes the beloved Guardian invested in them "forthe future progress and expansion of the Cause" and of the confidence with which he laid upon their shoulders "all the responsibility for the upkeep of the spirit of selfless service among their fellow-believers". We are struck, too, by the number of youth who, after only a brief association with the Bahá'í community, commit themselves to meaningful acts of service and quickly discover their affinity with the Faith's community-building Endeavour. Indeed, in contemplating both the Bahá'í youth and their like-minded peers, we cannot but rejoice at their eagerness to take on a measure of responsibility to aid the spiritual and social development of those around them, especially ones younger than themselves. In an age consumed by selfinterest,in which even spiritual affiliation is weighed in the scales of reward and personal satisfaction, it is heartening to encounter individuals from their mid-teens to their twenties— those upon whom the sights of an aggressive materialism are decidedly trained—who are galvanized by the vision of Baha'u'llah and are ready to put the needs of others before their Own. That such high-minded youth, by dint of their own exertions as well as the momentum they lend to the whole community, should be contributing so effectively to efforts everywhere under way bodes well for the anticipated acceleration of these efforts.
What has been accomplished in the past two years will, surely, be far surpassed, not just
in the concluding years of this present Plan but in the remaining years of the first century of The Formative Age. To spur on this mighty enterprise and to summon today's youth to fully assume the responsibilities they must discharge in this fast-contracting interval, we announce the convocation of 95 youth conferences, between July and October, planned for locations that span the globe:
There is no community of Bahá'ís. Bahá'í Faith is an NGO, which pays its officers to work
The Bahá'í contribution for betterment of society is NIL.

There are no believers in Bahá'í Faith only officers and workers. And they are paid for it.

“Guardian”, please explain which Guardian? there are multitudes of Guardians in Bahá'í Faith

If it is selfless service, stop the remuneration given to counselors, ABMs, NSA members and to the Bahá'ís for attending the conference. Ask them to pay for their lodging and boarding then see the attendance

It is a great lie.

You have accomplished some statistics which are falsely written by Persians

When the officers and workers get together, in language of NGO is called as PARTY, and in Bahá'í Faith it is called as Conference

Monday, January 21, 2013

Agenda : 95 Youth Conferences throughout the world

Recently this is being circulated among Baha'is. I received this from one of my friend.

95 Youth Conferences
We Bahá’í Youths across the Globe are overwhelmed due to announcement of the 95 youth conferences plus 19 additional conferences to be held between July and October 2013, that will span across the globe. We Bahá’í Youths accept the cordial invitation of the Universal House of Justice to this conference and we are also happy that we will be the guest of UHJ as no registration fees will be charged.

We assure the UHJ that these conferences will help in betterment of the society and bring those who have been excluded into the circle of intimate friends means making more Bahá’ís across the globe that can work untiringly for UHJ and keep on paying Huququlláh to the Bahá’í World Centre. This Huququlláh will help the Bahá’í world centre in defeating the covenant breakers and those who disagree with the infallible house of Justice by slamming more court cases against them. In this way the UHJ will help in shedding light of Justice upon the whole world.

Dear House let these conferences be a source of deepening for the youths who are galvanized by the vision of Bahá’u’lláh and are ready to put the needs of others before their own. That such high-minded youth, by dint of their own exertions as well as the momentum they lend to the whole community, should be contributing so effectively to efforts everywhere under way bodes well for the anticipated acceleration of these efforts.

Beloved House of Justice: let us make these conferences as an opportunity to make a Contribution in making our belief strong towards Ancient Beauty and please make an agenda by clarifying the following points which are disturbing the Bahá’í Youths raised by Covenant Breakers and Enemies of Faith. We are sure that these points will be clarified at these conferences.


1.    It is said that Seyed Báb appointed Mirza Yahya Nuri as his successor but UHJ says that it was Bahá’u’lláh. (Mirza Hussain Ali Nuri).

2.    Bahá’u’lláh clearly stated in his WILL that after my elder son ‘Abdu’l-Bahá my younger son Mohammed Ali will be my successor but UHJ says that after ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, Shoghi Effendi is the successor.

3.    The Will of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá is a forged one researched by greatest Forensic Scientist of our time, Mr. Mitchell but UHJ says that it was written by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá. So what about the principle that Religion and Science should go hand in hand.

4.    Shoghi Effendi died as a Martyr in London but UHJ says that Shoghi Effendi passed away in London suffering from dysentery.

5.    Why was the Body of Shoghi Effendi not brought to the Holy Land? Why he was buried in London?

6.    The Holy writings of Bahá’u’lláh clearly stated that there will be 24 Guardians, but UHJ says that there is only one Guardian, Shoghi Effendi.

7.    The alleged Will of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá says that it is incumbent upon a Guardian to appoint another Guardian in his life time; UHJ says that Guardianship ended with Shoghi Effendi.

8.    ‘Abdu’l-Bahá called Mason Remy as his spiritual son but UHJ say he was a Covenant Breaker.

9.    There are at least 13 recognized sects in Bahá’í Faith but the UHJ says there are no sects.

We ask the Blessed Beauty for endowing His youthful followers with an immense collective capacity for service, and we beseech Him that these conferences will be realized in benefit to humankind.