IRM is not a separate movement or entity to,

 nor outside of, ISKCON, in any way, but a



From IRM newsletter No. 7 "The IRM is a temporary vehicle that exists only to promote positive change throughout today's ISKCON. It will cease to exist once Srila Prabhupada is restored as ISKCON'S sole Diksa Guru. It is not a separate movement or entity to, nor outside of, ISKCON, in any way, but a 'movement within a movement', that will work for the renewal, rectification, and revival of the larger Society."

Note: IRM is not a separate movement or entity to, nor outside of, ISKCON, in any way, but a 'DEVIATION within a DEVIATION' and the deal offered by the reform movement to the Prabhupada killers is: You drop the guru scam and let us "worship" Prabhupada as diksa guru and we drop the poison issue and silence all the reform members, in fact we will even write a paper for you guys to cover Prabhupada's statement "someone has poisoned me."  

From IRM newsletter No. 7 and 8 "IRM members are not to propagate any literature or messages to the effect that Srila Prabhupada was deliberately poisoned. Rather they are instructed to at least wait until the outcome of the official investigation on this subject. Our position is that there is not enough evidence present currently on which to form any conclusions, and therefore we shall reserve judgement until concrete evidence comes to light...... Please note that there is an interesting parallel here with the May 28th 1977 'appt tape'. Just as in the 'appt tape' Srila Prabhupada also speaks the words 'grand-disciple', and 'disciple of my disciple', the meanings of these words can only be understood by looking at the words next to them, such as 'when I order'. Similarly in this case, the phrase 'someone has poisoned me', has to be understood by examining the prefacing phrase. Supposing the words preceding 'someone has poisoned me' were 'I don't think that...'. In such a case it would be folly to insist that we only take the latter part of the sentence into account. In effect this is almost what has happened with the poison theory book due to the misleading mistranslation. If it is acceptable and proper to take an isolated phrase without considering its context, then the phrase 'grand-disciple' (on the May 28th tape) alone is just as much evidence of Gurus being appointed as the words 'someone has poisoned me' is evidence that Srila Prabhupada was poisoned. Or conversely, if the GBC continue to insist as they do that the words 'grand-disciple' and 'disciple of my disciple' are evidence that Srila Prabhupada appointed gurus, then they must equally accept that Srila Prabhupada is directly stating someone had poisoned him. And if Srila Prabhupada is stating that, then there is no need for the GBC to conduct an investigation into whether or not Srila Prabhupada was poisoned, since it is an open and shut case - since the words of the acharya are infallible. If Srila Prabhupada states that he was poisoned, then he was. The GBC must simply hunt down the culprits. 

We can see therefore how the GBC, after 20 years of cheating and mis-interpreting the words of Srila Prabhupada, have now been trapped by their own deceitful technique of only taking half of what Srila Prabhupada says. Such cheating, it seems, is coming back to haunt them. And for this we must thank those who have pushed the whole poison issue, because it has highlighted how, if the GBC are to be consistent with the way in which they use Srila Prabhupada's words, they must accept either that Srila Prabhupada was poisoned, or drop perpetuating the doctrine that Srila Prabhupada authorised diksa gurus on the 'appt tape'. To ignore prefacing words is just blatant cheating, and will not convince anyone who is a little intelligent and unbiased." 

Note: What about looking at it this way - PRABHUPADA KILLERS ARE NOT DISCIPLES AND CAN'T MAKE GRANDISCIPLES, simple really aint it!