New Zealand Bahá’í Community upholds the truth

I would personally extend my congratulations to the Bahá’í Community of New Zealand for upholding the truth. It stands out distinctly from other Bahá’í communities in the world who prefer being in good books of Universal House of Justice at cost of true Bahá’í Values.

The New Zealand Bahá’í community has taken a landmark step of acknowledging, for the first time in Bahá’í history, a reverse growth in numbers of Faith members, in agreement with the official census.

Following are interesting trends as per the latest official census of Government of New Zealand.

Religion   
1996
2006
2013
Bahá’ís
3104
2772
2637

In Seven Years (From 2006 to 2013) The Bahá’í population has DECREASED by 5%.

In last Seventeen years (From 1996 to 2013) The Bahá’í population has DECREASED by 15%. WHAT A GREAT ENTRY BY TROOP!!!!


This census also exposes the Bahá’í Administration false claim that the Bahá’í Faith is the fastest growing Religion in the world. It is the most widespread Religion after Christianity and so on. Earlier to this the Bahá’í census was exposed in India, Pakistan, Iran Russia, UK, US and now New Zealand.

The downtrend was predicted by me a couple of years ago when the Universal House of Justice declared Ruhi curriculum for propagation. The history of Bahá’í Faith history has never seen such a forerunner of failure than the Ruhi curriculum. The boringly longish Ruhi Books are sufficient to make a hyper-active Bahá’í dormant, what say about those recently induced.
If you are lucky to have an attractive instructor, you would stay awake a bit longer; else you are guaranteed slumber in 10 minutes.

A Tribute to late Mr. Peter Khan

Mr. Peter Khan the former Member of the House was tortured (mentally) by the New Zealand Baha'i community as he was greatly disturbed by few letters written by Bahá’ís to Universal House of Justice. May this has contributed to his sufferings and may be this and some other pressures lead to his dying in Australia.

Now after reading the Official Bahá’í Census of New Zealand and a downward trend indicated by it, if a few more members of Universal House of Justice do not succumb to this news then the Bahá’í credentials of these members have to be thoroughly checked. Or we will be forced to acknowledge that these members are more interested in Business rather than progress of the Bahá’í Faith. They did not accept the Bahá’í Faith but only changed their line of Business.

Excerpts from a talk given by Peter Khan
National Teaching Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, June 2000

Excerpt 1:

    The House of Justice has been appalled in recent weeks to receive vitriolic, nasty, vicious letters from New Zealand Baha’is concerned about actions the House of Justice took with regard to a believer from the South Island. I’m sure you are aware of it. These letters are not many, there are a few of them, but they’re probably the worst letters I have ever seen written to the House of Justice and they came from people who are part of the New Zealand Baha’i community. That, if nothing more, is an indication of the need for a far greater attention to this issue in this country as well as in other countries. New Zealand surely doesn’t want to go down in Baha’i history as the community that has produced such nasty correspondence. Correspondence of such a kind that I am embarrassed to have my secretary see it because of the kind of language that it uses. Anyhow, be that as it may, it’s their spiritual problem and they will deal with Baha’u'llah as they wish. But the point is that here it is an indication that something is fundamentally wrong with the Baha’i community in this country in terms of its depth of understanding of the covenant and the authority of the institutions of the Faith. What you take as normal is not normal, but abnormal.

The House of Justice has been appalled in recent weeks to receive vitriolic, nasty, vicious letters from New Zealand Baha'is concerned about actions the House of Justice took with regard to a believer from the South Island. I'm sure you are aware of it. These letters are not many, there are a few of them, but they're probably the worst letters I have ever seen written to the House of Justice and they came from people who are part of the New Zealand Baha'i community. That, if nothing more, is an indication of the need for a far greater attention to this issue in this country as well as in other countries. New Zealand surely doesn't want to go down in Baha'i history as the community that has produced such nasty correspondence. Correspondence of such a kind that I am embarrassed to have my secretary see it because of the kind of language that it uses. Anyhow, be that as it may, it's their spiritual problem and they will deal with Baha'u'llah as they wish. But the point is that here it is an indication that something is fundamentally wrong with the Baha'i community in this country in terms of its depth of understanding of the covenant and the authority of the institutions of the Faith. What you take as normal is not normal, but abnormal.

What is normal is to have in a Baha'i community a number of Baha'is who are very knowledgeable about the covenant who can share their insights with others so that the entire community has a good knowledge of the covenant and follows it. And if that is not done, then what I foresee in the future in New Zealand is more of the same - more vitriol, more foulness, more people rebelling against that crowd of kill-joys in Haifa who call themselves the Universal House of Justice and what do they know and this kind of stuff. That is what I see in the future in this country unless there is sharp, urgent and prolonged attention to a far greater deepening and understanding of the covenant."


Excerpt 2:
"So, how close is humanity to achieving the Lesser Peace? It is being born before us. Just as the local and national assemblies are maturing before us, and the establishment of the administrative system on Mount Carmel is being accomplished before our eyes. The present phase is coming to its conclusion in the next few months, but there’s a lot more to be done in the decades to come during the new, the 21st century.

Related to that is the question: “I’m still waiting for the unseen calamity by the end of the 20th century. Are we still getting it?” I’ve got news for you folks, you’ve got it. This stuff going on in New Zealand at the present time, if this is not a calamity, what is? Would you rather lose your spiritual life and your spiritual condition and go through all eternity spiritually crippled by this? Is that worse or better than the physical calamity of having your house blown up or having a war occur or something like that? Our values are spiritual. The things we value most are spiritual things. We are facing spiritual tests and a spiritual calamity is before us. And one of the things I wanted to do this morning is to alert you to my understanding that the Baha’is in New Zealand are facing the very real prospect of a spiritual calamity unless urgent and immediate measures are taken."

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1 Response to "New Zealand Bahá’í Community upholds the truth"

  1. Hossein H says:

    Hi,

    I've got a new census for you. Download the book "Twelve Principles: A Comprehensive Investigation on the Baha'i Teachings" from its website:
    www.avazedohol.com/eng/index.php/download
    or archive.org:
    https://archive.org/download/TwelvePrinciples/Twelve%20Principles%20-%20A%20Comprehensive%20Investigation%20on%20the%20Bahai%20Teachings.pdf

    See pages 436-451. There is a section in which it shows that Abdu'l-Baha had been lying to the Americans in 1912 when he went to America and had been claiming he had something between 2 to 40 million followers worldwide. He initiated the lies and exaggerations about the Baha'i population and Baha'is today are following his footsteps. I suggest you copy and paste the article in your weblog.

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