Prabhupada: The police commissioner has remarked, "This bhajana is nuisance." So we have to agitate. There are so many Vaisnavas. Bhajana is nuisance? Eh?
Note: Srila Prabhupada is being called a duplicitous leader of a child molester cult. So we have to agitate. There are so many Vaisnavas.

Guest: (indistinct)
So there must be some big agitation to drive away this man. The demand should be that "This man should be immediately removed. He has focused a sarcastic remark on a very pure religious system." This movement should be started. He must be removed immediately.
Note: turley and co. have focused a very offensive remark against Srila Prabhupada, a very pure religious person. We should start a movement to force them to publicly apologise and withdraw this remark.

Balavanta: We can hold protest marches downtown.
Prabhupada: Yes, yes.
Guru dasa: Large. Large scale protest marches.
Balavanta: All the Vaisnavas will come with us.
Prabhupada: Yes. You have to organize all... There are many Vaisnavas. Eh? In the Bhagavad-gita it is said, satatam kirtayanto mam. One has to chant "Krsna" always. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu: kirtaniyah sada harih. And this rascal is saying "nuisance." So it is not possible to invoke an agitation against this? What right he has got to say nuisance? He could have spoken in a sweet language that "The bhajana may be very good for the devotees, but it creates disturbance to the others. Therefore we cannot allow." I say like that. But they cannot still stop bhajana. But he has remarked the bhajana: "Nuisance." This very word will kill him if you make proper agitation.
Note: Let's make some proper agitation to chastise the demon blasphemers.

Guru dasa:
That means the whole government is feeling that way. Otherwise he would not feel strong in saying it.
That is a fact, but we have to become strong.
Note: We have to united and become strong to defend Srila Prabhupada's honour. Devotees individually, could at least protest by sending a strong letter to turly and co. Let's act and prove we don't have the same mentality as the blasphemers.
If we remain silent, then whatever he says, that means we are accepting.
(Discussion about Guru Maharaji August 13, 1973, Paris)