File under "Starting them Young", a forensic analysis of how the BKWSU uses even kids to get ahead, despite an utterly contradictory agenda. In this case, they broadcast a 'woo-woo' NASA connection when in fact there is next to none and it is they themselves that are behind a competition encouraging kids to design Moon cities when they teach that the world is about to be imminently destroyed and there will never be such a thing as space exploration!?!
Far out ... may be they are becoming serious about training deities to go and retreive the flag off the moon and all those satellites and space junk before the Golden Age. But why are the Brahmakumaris sponsoring moon dwellings? Murli point please?arjun wrote:The February Edition of the Purity magazine has published a group photograph of participants in Third Asian Regional Space Settlement Design Competition organised by NASA at Om Shanti Retreat Centre (ORC) (which is located at Manesar, adjoining Delhi as far as I know). From the photograph all the participants seem to be children/youth.
So our Brothers and Sisters have added a new dimension to 'universal' service.
Actually, ARSSDC it not organized by NASA at all and so if that is what it says, the BKIVV is being dishonest again. Parent organisation International Space Settlement Design Competition is run by volunteers under Boeing employees Anita Gale and Dick Edwards who personally donated the majority of funding required to conduct the Competition. The website says the ARSSDC is run by the RajYoga Education & Research Foundation of the BKWSU. So are they buying status by association by running events and then saying they are someone elses!?! However ...
What do we make of this? See; http://www.arssdc.org/objective.html
Middle class only? And obviously "values education" rather than spelling.arssdc wrote:Objectives of organizing the competition:
The primary objective of organizing this competition is to teach industrial skills to students.
Inculcating confidence & pride amongst Indian students and Other Asian Students.
To encourage students from middle class families to participate at International level.
To teach values and slef-motivate [sic] students to become better human beings.
Is the student from Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology who is the convenor of it, "Rick Everest" aka Abhishek Agarwal, a BK? He sounds like a good kid but what might start to make sense of it is that he got to met Condoleeza Rice http://newdelhi.usembassy.gov/iprmar1605.html
Ah, the old BK shawl offering number, did Iraqi War terrorist Condoleeza get a Godly picture too I wonder? And a quick google and we find that Rick Everest is already on to United Nations related NGO gravy train, The Space Generation Advisory Council.U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice Meets Patiala Students
16 March 2005 NEW Delhi - Three Patiala students, who represented India in the Space Settlement Design Competition held in the United States in July 2004, today met with the visiting U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in New Delhi.
Dr. Rice, who is on a six-nation tour of Asia, met with Abhishek Agarwal, Aditi Kaushik and Jyotika Singh at Roosevelt House, the residence of the U.S. Ambassador in New Delhi. The students presented her with a Punjabi shawl. After this meeting, Dr. Rice departed for Pakistan, which is the second stop after India in her March 14-21, six-nation tour of South Asia and East Asia.
convenor Abhishek, Aditi and Jyotika were among the 17 students from Patiala who represented India in the Space Settlement Design Competition organized in July 2004 by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
So, fair dos, the kid is from a good background, working hard, doing well and they have got him involved in Godly propaganda. My question is, how do they manage the duplicity of it all? Encouraging a Space Generation when teaching, if they no longer believe, imminent Destruction of Kali Yug and forthcoming Golden Age? And from the Gyani point of view sponsoring utterly non-BK related things. Its schizophrenic ... or is it just all a cover up.?The Space Generation Advisory Council in support of the United Nations Programme on Space Application (SGAC) is a non-governmental organisation which aims to represent students and young space professionals to the United Nations, States, and space agencies.
Oh ... Team Force, Patiala, India were also one of the winners. So they seem to be backing the home team.