A Fraud video production – Sai Baba, A Shameless Fraud – Totally Exposed.:
More info here: http://exposedsaibaba.blogspot.com/
After seeing this only the most gullible fools will still stretch there imagination – not wanting to accept they were totally and completely fooled. Remember demons can have minor supernormal ablities by which they can confound your thinking, appear in dreams etc. All genuine traditions repeatedly emphasize and warn about this.
This things a demon, a python that incarnated from the 17th level of Hell. It still retains elements of its original python appearance. If you think of this as some personal diety you will go along with it to the hell it came from upon death.
It asks you to pray for material things, do ritual worship to it so that it can, in exchange, take away precious things from your soul.
Further, by propagating stuff for this demon and helping it fool more people you will accumulate even more karma. If you have done such things its your own responsibility to reverse it.
The video absolutely does not violate any copyright law [ Putting up the note since there are some directly paid by and directly affiliated with this cult who try to take down any expose of the person under a concocted banner of “copyrights violation”. Such people should be immediately brought to Justice. One such person who has been going around doing this is Mr. ” Richard Wetmore” as can be evidenced by a google and related discussion on raionalist forums such as Randi’s ]:
Fair Use Rationale:
According to US law Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. § 107, there are 4 factors:
1) the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes; (This work is to raise awareness( nonprofit educational purposes ) and is absolutely not for commercial use
2) the nature of the copyrighted work; (The source is from Television news programs, which has already been broadcasted to the public multiple times, by the national television of different countries – including Australia , Denmark, England and Canada – translated to several languages.)
3) the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole; (the clips are only several seconds of original work. If we use the whole video or substantial portion of it, then it may not constitute fair use.)
4) the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work. (Considering 2, and 3 above, there’s not much effect upon the market value of original work since the original works were for educational and non-commercial purposes – and has already been broadcast to the public multiple times – including on Dutch National Television, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, etc.)