Ching Hai has had her money and her fingers in EarthSave.org for quite some time.
Even before EarthSave was openly on Ching Hai's payola list, their senior managers were defending Ching Hai.
kissing up = big financial gifts from Ching Hai.
Notice all the "vegans" who are shilling for Ching Hai, are on Ching Hai's gravy train?
Ching Hai is giving their groups money, or book sales promotion, etc.
For John Mooter of EarthSave to come out and shill for Ching Hai like this, its totally outrageous.
Is John Mooter in total denial of the facts of reality?
Open your eyes to the ugly underbelly of Ching Hai sect.
Don't look at the sausage, look at how the sausage is made.
John Mooter points to the Ching Hai package, just like a meat producer points to their package, and says, don't ask how the sausage is made.
Look behind the Ching Hai sausage package, and see how she gets her money, and all the crazy stuff going on with exploiting people in the Ching Hai sect.
Shame on John Mooter for shilling for Ching Hai.
He is either totally ignorant to the operation of these modern cults, or was running another agenda.
How much money has Ching Hai or her group given to EarthSave Cincinnati?
How much of the Ching Hai money going to EarthSave does EarthSave Cincinnati get?
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John Mooter says:
September 6, 2010 at 3:58 am
I have been active as Chairman of EarthSave Cincinnati for many years. We have many fine vegan groups in this city; EarthSave Cincinnati, ...and the Loving Cafe, our only pure vegan restaurant.I was shocked and disappointed to read the negative article on the Loving Hut restaurants. I believe that the article was far from objective, used few examples to show it’s points, and basically did a disservice to The Supreme Master Ching Hai’s followers, who are establishing vegan restaurants all over the world, including a fine one here in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Ching Hai’s “Precepts” are basically the same as Buddhist precepts. The only difference is that she requires her followers to actually adhere to the precepts. She is the only spiritual leader that I know of who thinks of veganism as central to spiritual practice. It would be great if other spiritual leaders would follow her lead.
As far as her being a cult, I assume other religious leaders with titles like “His Holiness”, Most reverend”, Your eminence” are also cult leaders?
I think not. Besides, this magazine is about veganism, not religious or spiritual beliefs. I do not think this is relevant to this publication.
I discussed this with local members of Supreme Master Ching Hai. They are saddened and shocked that this article was in a vegan publication. Is the author vegan? Veg News could release another article, perhaps by a Ching Hai member, or Dr. Tuttle,to show the positive side of the movement, which is extraordinary. The vegan community deserves this.