Proof That Afshin Khorramshahgol Suppresses Pro-Sai Viewpoints:
Said Afshin Khorramshahgol is the person who created and maintains the Yahoo Group called: SathyaSaiBabaDiscussionClub. The Description for this Yahoo Group is stated as: "This club was formed for the purpose of discussing the activities of Sathya Sai Baba of India, who is a self declared 'Almighty in human form', and against whom serious allegations of cheating, sexual abuse of minors, and international racketeering have been surfacing in the International media."
Of course, my site is 100% relevant to the content on this Yahoo Group. I added a post with my site-link because my site discusses all these issues in depth (more so than can be posted on any discussion board). Since Sanjay Dadlani (Afshin's good friend) was allowed to advertise his blog with his site-links on it, I saw no reason why I couldn't do the same. Apparently, that is not allowed. The only links that are allowed are Anti-Sai links. Pro-Sai links are suppressed and deleted (despite their relevance to the Yahoo Group). This shows how these Anti-Sai Yahoo Groups purposely try to mislead the general public with selective, one-way and biased information.
This club also claimed that there are allegations of "international racketeering" against Sathya Sai Baba. There is absolutely no merit to this blatant disinformation. SSB has never threatened or forced anyone to give him money. Nor has SSB ever been shown to engage in any kind of illegal behavior (such as extortion or murder) to further any sort unlawful activities. Of course, one can never expect Anti-Sais to be truthful and back up their claims with factual and verifiable documentation. Rather, they resort to public deception, deceit and dishonesty to wage their smear campaigns on their hate sites.
Update: April 28th 2006: Afshin has subseqently changed the setting on his Yahoo Group and the messages are no longer public. They can only be viewed by members.
Update: May 15th 2006: Afshin changed the setting on his Yahoo Group again and now the messages are public.
Update: July 21st 2006: Afshin changed the setting on his Yahoo Group again, removed my name as a member and now the messages are no longer public.
Update: May 25th 2007: Sanjay Dadlani changed the settings again and the messages are now public.
Below are the screen-captures to my submission and its subsequent removal by Afshin Khorramshahgol. I also provide the actual submission I made to the site: