Interesting comments. I had not read this thread being mentioned until now. Here are some extracts from this thread titled The Dead K Society.
The op says : I have often wandered whether there could be a ‘safe space’ (not the political kind of ‘safe space’ people talk about elsewhere, although it should also be a safe space for all), by which I mean an open, liberal space, for people to share anything they like about Krishnamurti: questions, clarifications, observations, epiphanies, complaints, doubts, gripes, etc. In short, a place for K nerds but not for K police, not for people who “know”, and not for people who just want to troll, throw mud or be cynical.
This poster with the alias ‘Inquiry’ says: I wander in this “open, liberal space for people to share anything they like about Krishnamurti: questions, clarifications, observations, epiphanies, complaints, doubts, gripes, etc.; a place for K nerds but not for K police”, and I’m of the opinion that those “who “know”, and want to troll, throw mud or be cynical”, should be banished.
Its quite interesting, this poster who seems to be in the habit of misquoting and deceiving, with a tendency for creating conflict, was asked several times in the past not to initiate any contact on my posts. At that time he had refused to refrain, trying repeatedly to create more conflict. Now he is back on my post, trolling. Once more, disguised, as a response to op.
It is interesting to observe how you can label people as trolls, cynical, authoritarian etc, yet your own actions betray everything that you condemn in others, or preach to others. It is mildly interesting, in a comical sort of way, how people throw their opinions, as if they are the center of the universe, and their opinions have some value. Guess, illusions and delusions can be powerful.
But this thread Dead K Society is really something. Tribalism and exclusivity on full display. Yet another example of a dream akin to Hitler’s Germany, where, 'either you play our game or we will banish you. Or maybe we will kill you. I suppose one should thank K. If it wasn’t for his lectures it would be hard to identify these subtle discrepancies in yourself, or your poverty. Hopefully one can learn to be more charitable.