So He immediately chided him, that asocyan anvasocas tvam prajna-vadams ca bhasase. "My dear Arjuna, you are talking just like a very learned man, but you are fool number one." That was His first words. Of course, He did not say directly "fool number one," but He said indirectly that "No learned man speaks like this, as you are speaking." That means, "You are not learned man. You are fool." He indirectly said, nanusocanti panditah. Pandita means learned. "No learned man speaks like that. But because you are speaking like that, that means you are not learned man. Or in one word, you are fool."
(General Lecture Montreal, June 26, 1968)
Even though the Lord didn't directly call Arjuna a fool, He did still call him a fool indirectly. Even if it is an indirect statement the Lord is still calling Arjuna a fool and it is a fact that he was playing that role.
Jagadisa: Srila Prabhupada, can you tell us why you want to go on the parikrama?
Bhakti-caru: (Bengali) (break)
Prabhupada: ...good paddy.
Tamala Krsna: This seems like suicide, Srila Prabhupada, this program. It seems to some of us like it's suicidal.
Prabhupada: And this is also suicidal.
Tamala Krsna: Hm. Prabhupada said, "And this is also suicide." Now you have to choose which suicide.
Prabhupada: The Ravana will kill and Rama will kill. Better to be killed by Rama. Eh? That Marica--if he does not go to mislead Sita, he'll be killed by Ravana; and if he goes to be killed by Rama, then it is better.
(S.P.Room Conversation  November 10, 1977, Vrndavana)
Indirectly Srila Prabhupada says "The Ravana will kill and Rama will kill. Better to be killed by Rama." That means he is saying it is better to be amongst my real disciples (good paddy) on Parikrama and die there than stay with demons and be poisoned to death.
In other words with this above statement alone Srila Prabhupada is saying he is been killed by demons. Only other similar heartless demons with no love for Srila Prabhupada cannot hear him saying this.