November 06, 2006

Moreno's Guardian Lies And Speculations

This is the type of poorly cobbled and cribbed style of "investigation" that Gerald Moreno is well known for. In response to the recent Guardian article that presents a devastating exposé for the Sai (Youth) Organisation in the UK, Gerald inimitably found a way to twist things around to me in a full and blatant display of his continuing obsession with me.

For all of his inclinations against "conspiracy theories" that are against Sathya Sai Baba, it is funny to see how he quickly and devotedly engages in a conspiracy theory of his own! Before one reads further, it is essential to read the Guardian article (and it's follow-ups) to properly understand this issue and Moreno's skewed take on it, and then allow me to explain:

On April 24th 2006, I made the following comment on the SSB2 Yahoogroup under the heading, "You people make me sick":

"Sai Baba, male-rapist extraordinaire, has been drooling for TWO YEARS expecting the entire UK Youth contingent to travel to Puttaparthi and satisfy his perverted sexual cravings.

"It's all going down this November. Details to follow."

And because I intended to give the details shortly, I did not bother to expand on my comment. In the fallout from the Guardian article, which drew attention to an upcoming (November 2006) "pilgrimage" to Sathya Sai Baba with over 200 young boys making the journey, I made the following rebuttals to Sai devotees who were engaging in foul verbal abuse against me and accused me of being blind:

"Want to talk about blindness? I warned you fools about this months ago, but you're way too thick to pick up the hints. I even warned you months in advance about the BBC movie, and you were too thick to pick up the hints about that too. Nothing has changed even two years later. :-)"

In essence, I am merely drawing attention to the fact that I knew months ago that this trip would be taking place, and that this accounted for my sardonic comments about Sai Baba's perverted sexual cravings back in April. However, Gerald Moreno, in his utterly cockeyed and topsy-turvy way has "authoritatively" claimed that this refers to a secretive collaboration between former devotees and the Guardian journalist going back six months!

"Six months later, come November (just as Sanjay said), Paul Lewis' Anti-Sai article was published about (you guessed it) the UK Youth Group Trip and allegations of 'pedophilia'."

And if that wasn't enough, there was more still:

"Needless to say, it is exactly this type of hidden bias that is responsible for misleading so many people about Sai Baba. This very same type of hidden bias is to be found in both the Secret Swami Documentary and Michelle Goldberg's article entitled Untouchable?. This time around, however, we have direct admissions from Sanjay Dadlani that this newspaper article was the unequivocal result of behind-the-scenes scheming, subterfuge and collaboration between The Guardian, Paul Lewis and Anti-Sai Activists themselves."

What Moronic Moreno fails to understand is that, as with any newsworthy issue, any reporter worth his salt would do his very best to take account of both sides of the story. Indeed the Guardian reporter, Paul Lewis, made all efforts to interview all parties connected to the story including Peter Westgarth, Chief Executive of the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme; Brig. Sir Miles Hunt-Davis, personal secretary to HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh; Tom Sackville, former Home Office minister; Hon. Michael Gove MP, and even Shitu Chudasama, the National Youth Co-Ordinator for the UK Sai Organisation. Pretty impressive even if I do say so myself.

Nowhere has Paul Lewis intimated that he was in contact with former devotees of Sathya Sai Baba, so Moreno has no proof for that claim. However, as stated already, a good journalist owuld seek to obtain all angles of the story and so Paul Lewis was certainly in contact with former devotees. Moreno would certainly turn up his nose at this, given his predilections for one-sided and almost fascist reporting that is wholly favourable to Sai Baba. However it is utterly silly of Moreno to jump to the wild conclusion that this was a scheming close collaboration, that too taking place for six months!

This is Gerald Moreno at his best; making wild assumptions, inferences, speculations and conclusions, cobbled together from all sorts of sources and coming up with a premature banana. More serious are his insinuations against Paul Lewis and his journalistic skills , when he happens to be a widely respected columnist and broadcaster writing for a highbrow national British newspaper such as the Guardian.

An example of this is Moreno's insinuations about Lewis' reporting of the US State Dept. India Travel Advisory, that warns travellers to India that:

"U.S. citizens should be aware that there have been unconfirmed reports of inappropriate sexual behavior by a prominent local religious leader at an ashram or religious retreat located in Andhra Pradesh. Most of the reports indicate that the subjects of these approaches have been young male devotees, including a number of U.S. citizens."

Naturally this refers to Sathya Sai Baba as US officials will confirm. See how Moreno completely twists this below:

Does Moreno know anything about journalistic writing? Does he know anything about how to write an article? The extremely piss-poor style of his own writing (complete with his boldened, italicised and underlined words to add emphasis) would earn him a D- from any English teacher. If one reads the Guardian article (and especially the print version) it is plainly apparent that the Advisory is being paraphrased. It was not necessary to quote the entire text which would have disrupted the flow of the whole piece. Unconfirmed or not, the fact is that Sathya Sai Baba and his Organisation are hugely embarrassed at the fact that they are named and shamed by the US State Dept. for homosexual and child sexual abuse, and this is why they cannot handle the fact that they will be named and shamed repeatedly for this very issue. It's no wonder that Sai Baba and his supporters will quibble over including words and correcting grammar.

More serious are Moreno's insinuations that Lewis intentionally misquoted the Advisory, further casting doubt on Lewis' journalistic credentials. This careless action makes it entirely possible that Lewis may consult with his legal counsel with the intention of bringing legal action against Moreno, which I think would be sufficient punitive action to prevent such careless slander from being carrie dout willy-nilly.

Further to this Moreno continued to waffle by nitpicking over the one inaccuracy in the article, Sai Baba's age. Whereas the article (at the time of writing) states that Sathya Sai Bba is 79 going on 80, the situation is that he is really 80 going on 81. Making a big hoo-ha over this is deplorable, especially since sensational new research has established Sathya Sai Baba's current age to be 77 going on 78. :-)

And then after all this, Gerald Moreno reveals to the whole world how he missed the whole point of the Guardian article:

Even though Moreno is still stupidly claiming six months worth of collaboration he fails to understand that's because the article in itself was not about Sai Baba's child sex abuses per se, but about the shameless arrogation and endorsement claims made by the Sai Organisation about gaining Royal approval for their activities! As the article reveals, Sai devotees made a grand hoo-haa about an "endorsement from the Queen" at a Buckingham Palace garden party after Shitu Chudasama was asked to address the crowd upon receiving his Duke of Edinburgh Award certificate. They even wrote a fanciful article about it (hosted on my test blog) on their official RadioSai website and were forced to pull it down after Award executives took objection and personally intervened.

Is it even possible for Gerald Moreno to comprehend the enormous scale of this story? HRH Prince Phillip is the husband of the Queen of England, and the prestige of his Award scheme has been besmirched thanks to it's association with a motley organisation who worships a homosexual paedophile as God incarnate on earth! There's no telling how high this story has reached in the upper echelons of the British establishment; surely there may be several blushing faces for allowing it to happen in the first place and to be sensationally exposed in the British media which also brought a huge and very public backlash for the Sai Organisation, causing red faces on their side too. Other newspapers in India and Taiwan have followed up on the Guardian's story which makes this British story a very international affair, and all Moreno can do is quibble over words like "unconfirmed", "scheming", "collaboration", "bias", and other accusatory epithets that fully suit his hateful agenda against the former devotees of Sathya Sai Baba.

Is it even possible for Gerald Moreno to get himself a reality check? Contrary to Moreno's unsubstantiated and hasty claims, there is no repackaging of old information as no other media source has reported on this instance of 200 British boys on their way to visit a suspected homosexual paedophile posing as a "living god", what to speak of the new reportage involving the prestige of the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme. As far as I am aware, Paul Lewis found out about the India pilgrimage all on his own despite my writing about it in May 2006. I certainly never passed him any of that information.

As a matter of fact, and this may come as a huge shock to Moreno, Paul Lewis was not "collaborating" with former devotees for six months. In fact, there was no contact lasting even up to a month. This whole "six month" misconception has originated from the dark recesses of Moreno's dull brain after inferring, speculating, assuming and concluding his ideas after cobbling together miscellaneous bits of information from April 2006. When I made those comments, I was in fact referring to my article 'UK Youth Heading To Sai Baba Abuse', which was published only a few days later (3rd May 2006)! As you can see, I reported my findings from reading the details of the trip on the official website of the Sai Youth UK and this was what I was referring to in my public message. That's it.

Also, I have had almost no contact with Paul Lewis during the time he took to prepare his article. He emailed me on only one occasion with a view to obtain the contact details of a British citizen who was sexually molested by Sai Baba, and which I provided him with. That's it. Nothing more and nothing less. Thus it is a complete mystery where Moreno got his ludicrous "six months collaboration" idea from given that he has not even an inch of proof to support his useless ideas. Those of us who have observed his patterns of behaviour over an extended period of time know that this is typical fare from Moreno and is fit for being ignored; it has always been the case that Moreno flaps his arms and screams for five minutes and then remains quiet when someone places a cloth over his cage.

A final quote from Moreno fully exposes his way of thinking:

Just imagine: Even if Gerald Moreno was correct about a six-month collaboration with Guardian journalists, a logical fallacy is exposed in his arguments above; if I have a big mouth then how did I keep quiet about it for so long? :-) Trust him not to be aware that my comments were deliberately intended to be a verbal substitute for rubbing the salt deeply into his wounds, he would love to twist things around and claim that I indulge in careless talk.

It should be noted that upon the publication and further revelation of the Guardian article, extremely inept and pathetic responses were furnished by both Gerald Moreno and his sidekick, Lisa De Witt, who immediately set about "investigating" Paul Lewis' religious affiliation of all things! After this amusing start, they then reverted to type by doing exactly the same things that Moreno condemns in his quote above, viz., making ad-hominem attacks and rehashing old slanderous material. In that light, it is plainly clear that Moreno is very bitter about missing out on this sensational and huge Guardian exposé which is why he is coming out with all of these invectives, slanders, conspiracy theories and general quackery only after everyone else has packed up and gone home for the evening.

It's no wonder he complains that Paul Lewis "missed" his take on the BBC movie affair; it wouldn't surprise me at all if Lewis knew all about Moreno and his meanderings and had dismissed him as a quack, unworthy of even a cursory email contact. Ditto for Tom Sackville, whom Moreno claims is in receipt of his views. That in itself speaks volumes about Moreno's status as a self-appointed advocate of Sathya Sai Baba, and is perfectly consistent with the various other dismissals that he has publicly suffered in the past.

With all of the various issues surrounding Gerald Moreno, listed on this blog and elsewhere, it only remains to be seen how long a confused soul like him will survive. What with his own flip-flopping on Sai Baba's divinity, Sai Baba's sexual abuses of children, his own sexperience at the hands of Sai Baba, confessions to near-lapses into mental illness, as well as the very serious development of psychopathic tendencies, we cannot honestly expect him to continue like this without suffering a serious and major falldown.

October 23, 2006

Gerald Moreno's Media Bias Lies

Gerald 'Joe' Moreno, liar and intellectually dishonest hypocrite extraordinaire, makes a big hue and cry over comments made by Andries Krugers-Dagneaux within the talk (discussion) pages of Wikipedia articles. Specifically, Moreno behaves in an adversarial manner towards Andries and insists on being a stubborn and obstinate opponent who nitpicks over every tiny little edit, so he cannot be free from bias or even good faith.

Gerald Moreno quotes the following from Andries in a desperate bid to show how the creators of the Salon.Com article and the BBC documentary were negatively biased against Sathya Sai Baba:

"In Wikipedia we give majority point of views majority space. and the BBC favorably and extensively cited critics and ex-followers, so this is a strong indication that they agree with the ex-follower point of view." Andries 22:53, 2 December 2005 (UTC)

"Read the articles and watch their documentaries and it is clear that Michelle Goldberg of, Danish Radio, and Tanya Datta of the BBC are sympathetic to the critics and ex-followers. Magazines and TV stations rarely have official opinions." Andries 23:05, 2 December 2005 (UTC)

"I do not claim to be Mr. Accuracy. Yes, I made mistakes in this article and other articles in Wikipedia, especially when I rely too much on my memory. But I do continue to hold the view that the BBC, Danish Radio, and wrote articles or showed documentaries that could in fact have been made by ex-devotees." Andries 23:23, 2 December 2005 (UTC)

That's it, just these three quotes. Just see how Moreno created a page with his own interpretations of Andries' comments:

Perhaps Gerald Moreno should have tried quoting Andries in context as part of his rabid crusade to defend Sathya Sai Baba. To wit, several editors including Andries were discussing the length of the 'External Links' section of the Sathya Sai Baba Wikipedia entry, which apparently contained links to critical websites and articles about the Baba. An anonymous editor by the name of 'Thaumaturgic' (who is Gerald Moreno's very close friend) got into a spat with Andries about this. Here's how that conversation progressed between them and see Andries' remarks in the proper context:


"Andries, you are trying to argue your case from authority. That does not make you right. The Ptolemaic concept of the universe was accepted by even the brightest of scholars and philosophers. That did not make Claudius Ptolomy right. The BBC and do not accept your viewpoint. They simply published a documentary and an article. Can you provide me with a link to the BBC or's official stance on Sathya Sai Baba? You are trying to mislead people about the BBC and Why? There should five links relevant to Sathya Sai Baba and five links each to favorable & unfavorable viewpoints. I see what you are trying to do Andries. It won't work." Thaumaturgic 22:50, 2 December 2005 (UTC)

"In Wikipedia we give majority point of views majority space. and the BBC favorably and extensively cited critics and ex-followers, so this is a strong indication that they agree with the ex-follower point of view." Andries 22:53, 2 December 2005 (UTC)

"Once again, where is the official statement, from any of these sites, that states explicity what you are saying? Substantiate your claim. Drawing inferences is not factual." Thaumaturgic 23:00, 2 December 2005 (UTC)

"Read the articles and watch their documentaries and it is clear that Michelle Goldberg of, Danish Radio, and Tanya Datta of the BBC are sympathetic to the critics and ex-followers. Magazines and TV stations rarely have official opinions." Andries 23:05, 2 December 2005 (UTC)

"Andries, earlier, you said, 'The ex-devotee viewpoint is both accepted by the media and by academics, e.g. by the BBC and Danish state television, etc. etc'. You are now changing your tune. Now, you are saying that people from these places are "sympathetic" with your viewpoint. You clearly tried to mislead people by saying the BBC and accepted your viewpoints. Those organizations do not accept your viewpoints and have never released any statements regarding their official position on Sathya Sai Baba. If you had not been corrected, you would continue to mislead others with your careless over generalizations." Thaumaturgic 23:17, 2 December 2005 (UTC)

"I do not claim to be Mr. Accuracy. Yes, I made mistakes in this article and other articles in Wikipedia, especially when I rely too much on my memory. But I do continue to hold the view that the BBC, Danish Radio, and wrote articles or showed documentaries that could in fact have been made by ex-devotees." Andries 23:23, 2 December 2005 (UTC)

So all Andries was trying to do is argue his case for the inclusion of the Salon.Com and BBC documentary links. All he was trying to say is that the critical opinions of former devotees of Sathya Sai Baba are a bona-fide viewpoint, and that such opinions are reported by the media. That's it! And then we have Gerald Moreno citing these comments by Andries thoroughly out of context and using them to "prove" a media bias against Sathya Sai Baba. Talk about intellectual dishonesty!

Another humorous aspect of Gerald 'Joe' Moreno's miscitations is his apparent leanings towards fascism. Specifically, he appears to have a serious problem with the idea that critical opinions of former Sai devotees should be allowed to be made in public! This is the possible reason why he chose to include yet another out-of-context statement from Andries as "evidence" of media bias:

Gee whiz! Forgive us for thinking that freedom of speech is a right of human beings in civilised countries, what to speak of the fact that former devotees of Sathya Sai Baba have every right to voice their concerns and criticisms against a figure who stands charged with extremely serious allegations of homosexual paedophilia, involvement in murders, financial scandals and many other disturbing crimes, and that media agencies have every right to take these alternative viewpoints into consideration.

And guess what? Moreno took this out of context too.

In conclusion, all of this provides the full context of the comments made by Andries Krugers-Dagneaux. They show clearly that - unlike the biased and partisan views of Gerald 'Joe' Moreno who has openly professed his faith in Sai Baba - media agencies who have reported on the unsavoury activities of Sathya Sai Baba do not hold proven biases against the guru, and that any suspicion of the same should pass through the proper channels instead of making reckless allegations on the Internet.

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October 11, 2006

Moreno Confesses Belief In Sai Baba

Sensational Update!

In a sensational update to 'To Be-lieve Or Not To Be-lieve', Gerald 'Joe' Moreno has finally confessed his belief in Sathya Sai Baba by way of citing his own personal and spiritual experiences with him:

After over a year of personal wrangling , hand-wringing and extremely intense anguish born of agonising over his faith in Sai Baba, he has now publicly declared his evangel faith (on the QuickTopic Forum) that can thoroughly explain his pathological need to insert his nose into every single forum and website where Sathya Sai Baba is being discussed, and viciously force his overbearing viewpoints onto other people.

Curiously, he insists that he is not a devotee of Sai Baba. Given the typical cultural milieu of Sathya Sai Baba and the way his devotees tend to twist everything out of reasonable common sense and understanding, who knows what definition of 'devotion' Gerald is applying here? Sai Baba himself simultaneously claims that he has not even one devotee, and yet at other times he boasts that he has more than a hundred million. So we are not too bothered by Gerald's insistence of his non-devotee status as he has just publicly declared that his fiath and belief in Sai Baba are abiding.

We may take a look at another curiosity, however. Given that Gerald has modified his statements about his devotion when it suited him to do so, a certain section of his FAQ betrays yet another confounding lie:

While this may have been true of Moreno's initial efforts, history has since shown that he has not maintained a balanced or "neutral" view into the debate on Sathya Sai Baba. Rather, he has displayed the exact opposite; fundamentalist cackling, partisan bias, stubbornness in face of conflicting evidence, thoroughly vile and vicious slanderous and defamatory behaviour against former devotees, alliance with Sai devotees of questionable character, inability to accept irrefutable facts, and much more, all in favour of Sathya Sai Baba.

It's just too bad and altogether a very tragic affair. All of his unstable behaviour can be perfectly reconciled in view of his own public admission to be absolutely and thoroughly biased in favour of Sai Baba. Gerald 'Joe' Moreno can no longer claim to present a "balanced" or a "neutral" view into the Sai Baba debate; he has been exposed all over the place as a slavish zombie mind-controlled from Puttaparthi HQ with none other than the Baba himself with his finger on the 'destruct' button.


October 07, 2006

Gerald Moreno's Sexy Sai Oilings

One of the most disturbing things about Gerald Moreno is his claim to have been physically oiled by Sathya Sai Baba. Despite all of his long-winded, desperate and panicky-sounding clarifications about how his oiling experience - as well as the experiences of others - are not to be regarded as sexual, the simple fact remains that such experiences are sexual by nature.

Read Gerald's half-baked explanations for yourself:

An explanation is often offered by devotees that Sathya Sai Baba is supposed to be performing some sort of "healing" or energy arousal, by which the recipient often does not know what is happening since Sai Baba often does this without consent. Assuming that the explanation of healing is true, Sai devotees often use the example of how such treatment is to be seen as akin to that of a doctor; if a doctor manipulates your genitals in a medical exam, is that to be considered sexual?

Perhaps not, but what medical qualifications does Sai Baba possess? And how does he get away with all of this without consent? And contrary to what Gerald Moreno claims, a majority of these oilings do take place on the genitals or involve the genitals in some way. Gerald speaks more:

Again we hear a lot of panicky-sounding clarifications about his own genitals being exposed (or not). As before, we are not concerned with what Gerald Moreno thinks he felt in regards to victimisation or violation; the issue still stands regarding what Sai Baba is supposed to be doing? That too, without consent! If this was not so and the whole affair was as "innocent" as Gerald tries to paint it, then why even bring up the mention of genitals? Why aregenitals such an issue? Indeed, others like B. Premanand have analysed Gerald's experience and have concluded that he is indulging in a cover-up of some sort!

Ultimately Gerald offers the following fruit of his long contemplations on the subject:

Yep, that's it. Nothing! After all that tripe about being oiled, between the pubes and the navel, taking care to steer well clear of the word 'genitals', offering plenty of justifications and paranormal experiences that were due to some monkey-spanking with oil, he has nothing to offer by way of explaining what exactly Sai Baba is doing rubbing oil on the intimate parts of younger men, least of all himself!

For those of us who have enough life experiences to understand the intent and purposes of these actions, the issue of homo-erotic genital fondling is clear and needs no explanation. For intellectually impoverished and infinitely regressive people like Gerald Moreno, they are doomed to tie themselves in knots thinking up all sorts of wacky explanations that utterly fail in explaining this patent and obvious homosexual behaviour. Speaking of which, since when does forced anal penetration and genital fondling count as energy arousal?

Gerald Moreno's Sex Abuse Flip-Flop

In a case with great similarities to his beliefs (or unbeliefs) in Sathya Sai Baba, Gerald Moreno also flip-flops on the issue of whether Sai Baba is a homosexual child molester or not! As stated on his old FAQ:

However, in May 2006 due to a development in a sensational legal case, Gerald changed his views to the following:

Now I do understand the right of individuals to update and modify their views on subjects according to new information, but this episode that deals with such traumatic and serious issues such as systematic child sexual abuse leads me to think that Gerald Moreno prefers externals over human qualities such as sympathy, empathy, etc.

And considering the real story behind the case at hand, the fact remains that the case itself does not in any way deny the sex abuse claims of the plaintiff, and therefore we submit that Gerald has simply tried to find a convenient excuse to rid himself of the embarrassment he felt whenever his beliefs about child sex abuse were pointed out to contradict his own defensive actions as regards Sathya Sai Baba. While also claiming not to be a Sai devotee, Gerald has exhibited the exact behaviour of a Sai devotee which is to flip-flop on his position whenever facts are brought to light that further enunciate the fraud that is Sai Baba.

What a pity that Gerald Moreno cares not for the screams of little children as they are senselessly raped and sodomized by an evil pervert who Gerald does not believe in and whom Gerald continues to defend regardless!

To Be-lieve Or Not To Be-lieve?

Gerald Moreno, thanks to his daily seva (service) of defending Sathya Sai Baba with a Malcolm X-like strategy ("through any means necessary"), is often mistaken for a devotee of the guru. After all, given the vast and incredible amount of time and energy that Moreno pours into his self-appointed mission by way of blogs, websites and forums, the ordinary guy on the street could be forgiven for making that mistake. Moreno himself is quick to dismiss it with a wave of his hand, even though no ring drops out of it. I think it is important to take a cursory look at the history behind this claim.

When Moreno first bounded onto the scene unpreparedly, he declared thus on his FAQ:

"I am not a Sathya Sai Baba devotee. Nevertheless, I have had many positive, powerful and spiritual experiences with SSB, as I have had with any other spiritual personalities. I do not belong to, go to, or affiliate myself with SSB Centers or the SSO."

Aside from the fact that having an FAQ was a tad on the presumptuous side since no one knew or cared to know who he was, Moreno soon realised that the above was insufficient to justify his full-time participation in defending Sathya Sai Baba. Very quietly and without a word of notice, he changed it to the following:

"I am not a Sathya Sai Baba devotee. I was a devotee from the age of 18 to the age of 25. I had/have basic philosophical differences of opinion, with several aspects to SSB's teachings (in particular, God Concepts & Karma), and I left the Sai Movement for that reason. Nevertheless, I have had many beautiful, powerful and spiritual experiences with SSB, as I have had with many other spiritual personalities. My opinion about Sathya Sai Baba (based on my personal experiences with him) is positive. I do not belong to, go to, or affiliate myself with SSB Centers or the SSO. I am an open-minded (but not gullible) agnostic."

Wow, what a change! From going to a non-devotee to an ex-devotee is a significant change in status. I strongly suspect that the reason for this change was precisely because he was feeling the heat from all those who were openly wondering why he has committed a significant amount of time and energy writing in defence of a troubled avatar who he does not believe in. It appears to have been a cynical move to gain legitimacy for his viewpoint by claiming that he has a reason for investment. Even then he fails, as his current activity does not represent his current beliefs about Sai Baba. He maintains a total of

  • two yahoogroups and one quicktopic forum
  • seven blogs (possibly more)
  • three pro-Sai sites, two of which include devotional content, pictures, biographies, etc.

That's a total of thirteen separate presences on the Internet (so far) dedicated to defending and propagating an individual who he claims not to believe in, and which frankly makes him look very silly. Although one should note that, of late, Gerald Moreno has decided to nomenclate himself as a 'Sathya Sai Baba Advocate'. At least that is the name that he uses to sign his blogs, and has even requested to be referred to as such:

Now see if that makes any sense to you: Moreno declares that he is not a "devotee, disciple or a follower", yet wastes no time in propagating and advocating him anyway, which includes hilarious "defences" of faked pictures, humiliating exposures of insufficient philosophical knowledge, and so on.

A day in the life of an insincere propagandist... :-)

September 30, 2006

Moreno Threatens Positive Sai Media

When an independent Wikipedian like Sacca comes along, who wants to include a completely neutral source report for Sai Baba's alleged homosexual paedophilia and other disturbing crimes, such as the BBC transcript of 'Secret Swami' that is hosted on their independent site, and which is fully acceptable by Wikipedia standards, trust Gerald Moreno to come along and disagree:

And he has no arguments as such to support his view. Instead of referring to previous discussions and previous "agreements", he should be intellectually honest enough to admit that the BBC transcript is an important source report to give a succint summary of the allegations as required by Sacca.

Unfortunately Moreno threatens to bore us all with positive media articles about Sathya Sai Baba, which he claims is "fair measure" for the inclusion of "negative" statements. Hellooooooo, the BBC transcript is an independent report that is fair for inclusion, especially in the section that discusses the controversies against Sathya Sai Baba and needs a summary/statement of the allegation. It is not a "media article", it is a transcript of a television documentary about Sathya Sai Baba. But because Moreno does not agree with this, he threatens to vandalise the Wikipedia page with nuggets from "positive" articles, when the article overall contains plenty of positive things enough about Sai Baba!

This only goes to show how incredibly biased Gerald Moreno is in favour of Sathya Sai Baba.

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Moreno Questions Reducing Positive Sites

The latest news on Wikipedia is Gerald Moreno questioning why the positive links to official Sai Organisation sites should be reduced. 'Pjacobi', an independent Wikipedian, himself suggests the reduction in order to make the article look less biased in favour of Sai Baba. Sacca agrees with this, and Gerald questions why it must be so!

From someone who pretends that he wants to make the Wikipedia article on Sathya Sai Baba "balanced" and free of "Anti-Sai bias" (according to him), he's sure championing the inclusion of positive links.

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September 25, 2006

Poor Moreno: One Year On

Observant participants will note that it is more or less one year since I first started interacting with Moreno on discussion forums. Whereas the record shows that I treated him with due civility and respect, he has gradually become more and more ruder until he is now openly hostile.

The other interesting thing is that for an entire year, I never bothered to address Moreno's perverse lies, distortions and exaggerations about me except in "private" comments made on said forums. Now it is time for the truth to be revealed and is time for Moreno to be exposed as the scandalous twisted psychopathic EVIL dogsbody that he is.

Poor Moreno, can't take the heat so he is resorting to rehashing old points that he has made before on his website. Nothing new to say, so just rehash rehash rehash. :-) It won't work, Moreno has been getting away with extremely reprehensible behaviour for an entire year and now it is time for him to pay for his misdeeds. Tough luck, now everyone will know what a sleazy liar Gerald Moreno really is.

Nothing else to talk with a confirmed psychopath. He just won't learn nor will he drill it into his THICK skull. Psychopaths don't do that.

Lonely Moreno Lives Home Alone

As if the exposure of Gerald Moreno's psychopathic tendencies and tendency to mock at disabled people was not enough, the "f*****g wackjob" had nothing to respond by way of regretful apologies or similar except for this:

"An admission from Sanjay that he is 'disabled'. Funny enough, Sanjay still LIVES WITH HIS PARENTS at age 28!

"Grow up you WHINY crybaby."

There you have it, folks, not even a pinch of regret for his desultory remarks, in perfect keeping with the psychopathic qualities of

  • Lack of remorse or shame.
  • Antisocial behavior without apparent compunction.
  • Poor judgement and failure to learn from experience.
  • Pathological egocentricity and incapacity to love.
  • General poverty in major affective reactions.
  • Specific loss of insight.
  • Unresponsiveness in general interpersonal relations.
Regarding my residential situation: Not that Moreno ever bothered to ask me for a clarification, nor did he explain why it is any of his business to interfere or enquire into my personal affairs (nosey parker that he is) but I moved back into my family home in order to assist my aging parents with their daily routine and other duties. Besides that, it is well-known that extended families are part of Indian culture and children do not move out of the family home, unlike Gerald who was mercilessly kicked out.

Furthermore, Gerald is hardly one to point fingers at other people in order to combat the frustrating and suffocating loneliness that he feels on account of having to live alone, as he confesses on his website:

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And this is not a one-off either, because Moreno intends to stay that way vis-a-vis his obedience to Sai Baba's order for him to stay celibate:

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So far be it for Moreno to point his pudgy fingers at other people when he would do well to get a life and get some sunlight once in a while, instead of being cooped up all day and night in a tiny bedroom obsessing about Sai Baba and hungrily stalking his critics all around the Internet.

September 22, 2006

Gerald Moreno: A True A.S.S.

It's always funny to watch Gerald Moreno twist and squirm his way out of a difficulty when he has backed up into a corner by his own traitorous words. One of his latest refers to his "objection" of an earlier post I made highlighting his fascination with anuses.

Moreno bleated:

"Needless to say, I was not the person who created the befitting acronym "A.S.S. Team" (Anti-Sathya-Sai Team). It was an acronym mentioned on my guestbook by a person named Srinivas. Part of his submission reads:

"Hi Joe. I have been going through the contents on your website and your ongoing arguments with Premanand. It's a great job you are doing. While you have highligted the contradictions that the ASS teams have put out, I am going to list out a few, that perhaps escaped your attention. I am aware of these as I was a student at Swami's college."

"So the only 'boo-boo here' was on Sanjay's behalf. He obviously did not care to research the origin of the term 'ASS Team' and jumped to his erroneous conclusions (as he often does) and blamed me. Don't expect Sanjay to retract his comments. He never corrects his lies but rather justifies them with endless half-baked excuses and rambling diatribes whose sole purpose is to confuse, confound and bore readers to near-catatonia."

Can you believe this? Moreno is actually protesting that a term he used in full knowledge of it's meaning was created by someone else. As if that matters?! The point is that he used it and here is proof:

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Moreno's arguments are as ridiculous as stating that the moon is made of cheese. It is the equivalent of saying: !"The fact that I called you an 'idiot' exonerates me because somebody else created that word, and you never bothered to research this." This line is so childish that I almost expect a schoolboy to pop out from behind a tree chanting, "nahhh nahhhhh nah-nahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh nahhhh."

And to top it all off, he actually expects me to "research" this fact! For the record, I already knew that the guestbook entry was made but I saw no need to account for it because Moreno proceeded to use this term in his own commentary on Exbaba.Com articles. I have no need to retract my original post because it is evidence of Moreno's increasing and perverted fascinations with male genitalia and anuses, even going so far as to label former devotees of Sathya Sai Baba as the A.S.S. team. Tough luck. :-)

Moreno's TRUE Feelings For Lisa Dee

Gerald Moreno and his evil twin, Lisa De Witt, engage in their sinister mission to defend a self-proclaimed incarnation of God (Sathya Sai Baba of South India) from very serious widespread allegations of homosexual paedophilia, rape, murders, financial scandals, kidney robberies, and so on. They work together in tandem, stalking and harassing former devotees of Sai Baba and cooking up evil and malicious stories in a bid to discredit them.

However, things were not always so harmonious between them. A current essay on Moreno's website bespeaks his true feelings for Lisa De Witt:

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Hilarious. Considering that this was written at a time when Moreno hardly knew Lisa and was desperately trying to maintain an impartial face, it has amused many to see how they now openly embrace each other and continue their double-trouble crusade of cloak-and-dagger skullduggery.

Needless to say, Moreno is wrong when he claims that vicious responses to attacks from Lisa were in response to attacks on her first. Is this some sort of school playground or something, were little kids argue over who hit who first? It might surprise you; Lisa De Witt has behaved exactly like a childish schoolkid with the tone of her intemperate vicious and vile attacks upon former devotees. Scandalous allegations with no proof whatsoever. What won't surprise you is that whereas Moreno may not have known all of this before, he surely knows of them now and is a direct witness to many of her abuses and insults. Still he continues to embrace her and is perfectly happy to work with a vicious rottweiler who openly wishes death on Sai Baba's critics, terming them as cancerous growths, whores, retarded, barwhores, venereal diseases, wishing brain tumours upon them, even wanting to CASTRATE them, and much more utterly shocking statements of pure hatred.

And while Lisa behaves like a child, we may as well state for the record that she was the one who first started attacking other discussion participants and former devotees of Sathya Sai Baba, almost from the very day she stepped into the public arena. :-)

Psychopath Moreno Laughs At Disabled

Evidently feeling the pressure after the release of the recent blogs (which, in my view, does not even constitute a warm-up), Gerald Moreno has finally taken to climbing the walls and tearing his hair out when he really wants to tell me to "shut up".

Unfortunately for him, his method of doing so has immortalised his status as possibly the most despicable and animalistic low-class human beings that we have ever had the sorry misfortune of witnessing. As if having his sordid lies, distortions, sexual perversions (and much more) exposed in public wa snot enough, Gerald has now taken the step of descending so far into the gutter that he is way beyond the point of no return. And this is how he did it.

On September 20, 2006, Moreno posted an entry on his stalkblog entitled "Maybe This Will Help", and which displayed the following picture:

For those who don't know, I suffered a severe hearing impairment at the age of five and use two hearing aids to help me hear. I have been diagnosed as 'profoundly deaf' and I am registered as disabled. I have written about this in more detail elsewhere as regards my experience with Sathya Sai Baba.

As is typical of the hatefulness, venomousness and vociferousness of those who dedicate themselves to "defending" Sathya Sai Baba from widespread allegations of homosexual paedophila and other serious issues, it appears that no boundary is 'off-limits' and no level is too low for them to descend in their spiteful and malicious self-appointed mission. Gerald 'Joe' Moreno had poked fun at my disability before in side-comments, but here is obvious and visible visual evidence of his all-consuming hatred and malice; a picture feauturing sign-language symbols with an obvious message.

And to add insult to injury, he accompanied his picture with the following comment:

What do you want to bet Sanjay is going to throw one of his flaming, girly hissy-fits and dutifully play the victim?

Sanjay Throwing His Girly Hissy-FitsSanjay Throwing His Girly Hissy-Fits lol

The comments concretised the intention behind the picture, and has revealed an alarming side to Moreno that was suspected but never enunciated to date. The label "psychopath" has been thrown about in all sorts of manners due to the media influences but it is a matter of interest to compare a clinical definition of psychopathy with the exhibition of Moreno's behaviour. The Wikipedia entry for 'psychoapthy' lists the major qualities and characteristics that are of a sound clinical basis:

  1. Superficial charm and average intelligence.
  2. Absence of delusions and other signs of irrational thinking.
  3. Absence of nervousness or neurotic manifestations.
  4. Unreliability.
  5. Untruthfulness and insincerity.
  6. Lack of remorse or shame.
  7. Antisocial behavior without apparent compunction.
  8. Poor judgement and failure to learn from experience.
  9. Pathological egocentricity and incapacity to love.
  10. General poverty in major affective reactions.
  11. Specific loss of insight.
  12. Unresponsiveness in general interpersonal relations.
  13. Fantastic and uninviting behavior with drink, and sometimes without.
  14. Suicide threats rarely carried out.
  15. Sex life impersonal, trivial, and poorly integrated.
  16. Failure to follow any life plan.

Needless to say, all of these characteristics fit Moreno to a tee! If you think this is being unfair or sensational, then it might be worth mentioning that I am a psychology student and am familiar with issues of mental health. It is also needless to mention that as far as posting an abusive picture goes, it is unbelievable that Moreno has the audacity to insinuate that I should not raise my voice in protest over his derisive actions. That's right; just like a clinically-defined psychopath he indulges in antisocial behaviour without any compunction and feels no remorse or shame for his reprehensible actions, even sneering at my right to reply. And to compund his grievous offence, he even adds a "hissy fit" smiley emoticon to ram home his point while laughing ("lol").

Typically he was not alone in this. His dearmost comrade-in-arms, Lisa De Witt, openly rejoiced at his behaviour by way of congratulating him, making the following statement:

"LOL...ROTFL!!! That is WAY too funny but he's probably dyslexic too! And of course we know Sanjay will now dutifully play the victim."

Good to see than an equally despicable person (if not more) like Lisa finds it highly amusing to mock the disabilities and sufferings of other people, but even beats Moreno by Rolling On The Floor Laughing. And yes, you did read correctly; Lisa unashamedly alleges that I might also be dyslexic in addition to my hearing impairment while also sneering at my right to reply, implying that I should keep silent and not raise an objection to their morally reprehensible behaviour! And for the record I am not dyslexic.

It is quite typical for the Terrible Twins to work in tandem stalking and harassing former devotees of Sathya Sai Baba all over the Internet, smearing them in the most horrific ways with the scantiest of proof. Now that they have fallen impossibly low in the credibility stakes and have lost the respect of almost everybody who would give them the time of day, very little remains to be said further, except for this: These are the people who dedicate their lives to the "holy mission" of defending Sathya Sai Baba from allegations of homosexual paedophilia, rape, murders, financial scandals and other very serious affairs. Sai Bba takes pride in presenting himself as an ambassador for ideal human qualities such as truth, peace, love, nonviolence and so on. How sad it is that he is left with these two rottweilers to fight his corner.

And the final irony is this: I do not know a word of sign-language. My hearing level is not as bad as other deaf people, and so I have no need to be offended by what I personally view as a worthless criticism. I just felt that it would be useful to publicly highlight the very open and scandalous behaviour of a pair of alsatians, who take it on themselves to point out every flaw that comes within their myopic purview when they are themselves held to scrutiny over their very immoral and questionable behaviour. To say the least.