Wednesday, September 30, 2015


At this point we have concluded our expose of the ISKCON organization, especially regarding its operation on the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville. One family recently has already been destroyed by the on-campus recruitment / indoctrination of their son and we are asking UF how many more will it take before they will take notice and do something about it. We certainly will not stop until Carl Woodham / ISKCON have been completely banned from the UF campus to prevent any more victims and families from such needless pain and suffering.

We hope that the University of Florida will wake up and follow in the footsteps of the University of Arizona, who recently banned three on-campus groups because of “financial coercion, alienation from parents, shunning of those who leave the church or question its leaders” and more.

According to the complaints and evidence we’ve received, the same thing is happening at UF with ISKCON and yet they are still allowed to operate not only on the UF campus but on campuses all over the US and abroad. For whatever reason, they have been given permission to recruit “young westerners wholesale” as Carl Woodham once stated in one of his letters.

We at FACT will make sure at this point that our efforts will be addressed by the leadership of the University of Florida and other affiliated entities (like the Florida Department of Education and the U.S. Secretary of Education for examples), not to mention all relevant lawmakers in an effort to make sure that Carl Woodham / ISKCON will leave the campus of UF permanently.

We believe these religious high-control cultic groups have no right going after impressionable students and should be barred from any such activities to safeguard students from these insidious recruitment and indoctrination practices.

Thank you to everyone for your involvement and sharing of this expose. Please stay tuned for more exposes by FACT on currently active destructive cults operating in the U.S.


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