Saturday, September 26, 2015

A GURU WHO DISAPPROVES OF HIGHER EDUCATION IS ALLOWED TO RECRUIT STUDENTS ON A COLLEGE CAMPUS.

We just discovered a shocking quote by Carl Woodham, the Secretary of the Board for the University of Florida Campus Multi-Faith Cooperative, where he states, “Although my parents had kindly offered me many good opportunities to establish a professional career, I kept finding "higher education" empty and unsatisfying.” This explains why Mr. Woodham never achieved more than a high-school diploma with his formal education, yet he is allowed to continually connect with and influence students at the University of Florida in Gainesville.

It is no wonder why a student named James [name has been changed to protect the victim’s identity], who happened to be a devotee of guru Carl Woodham, didn’t even bother to show up for his college graduation ceremony, leaving his family (who drove all the way up for the special event) completely broken-hearted by his absence How is it possible that Woodham is allowed to connect with and teach / influence young college students when he is obviously against higher education?

In our opinion the only reason his ISKCON chapter is operating on the campus of UF is to recruit the “young westerners wholesale” (as Carl once stated in a private email to a fellow guru). We believe ultimately there is no true educational benefit to students by keeping ISKCON / Carl Woodham on the campus of the University of Florida. On the contrary, their recruitment efforts on the campus pose a serious threat to the 50 thousand plus attending students and their families.

Carl Woodham

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