How to spot a
in the dress of a Vaisnava
Similarly, cheating type of religious system--kicked out. It is not such religion, "this religion," "that religion." Any religion system, if there is jealousy, that is not religion. Jealousy means... We should understand jealousy, what is jealousy. Jealousy means that you are rightful owner of something; I won't allow you to take it. This is jealousy. This is jealousy. Jealousy, try to understand. Suppose you are rightful owner of something, and I am trying that "You don't own it. I shall own it. Or somebody own it. I shall not allow it." This is jealousy.
So what is the rightful ownership of the living entity? That is to be understood. Birthright, what is called birthright. Just like everyone has got right to live under the protection of the government, everyone. That is good government. Government should give security of life and property. That is government. Not only for the human being, but even for the ant. This is government. Not that I give protection to my brother, and not to others. That is not... Just like Pariksit Maharaja, he was giving protection to the animals also. When he was on his tour, as soon as he saw that a black man was trying to kill one cow, oh, immediately he took his sword, "Who are you? You are trying to kill?"
[Srila Prabhupada from Bhagavad-gita lecture, 1.1 London, July 7, 1973]
Note: So what is the rightful ownership of ALL members of Prabhupada’s real Iskcon??? To worship Prabhupada as their Diksa Guru!
Jealousy means that you are rightful owner of something; I won't allow you to do it. This is jealousy. This is jealousy. Jealousy, try to understand. So if we approach any member of the vipers nest and explain to them the true rights of all the members of Prabhupada’s real Iskcon, will they agree? NO, because they are all jealous.
So any person who doesn’t acknowledge the right of all souls for the next 10,000 years to accept Prabhupada as their Diksa Guru is JEALOUS!
And Prabhupada says:
"There are many jealous people in the dress of Vaisnavas in this Krsna consciousness movement, and they should be completely neglected." (C.C. Madhya Lila 1.218)