Hm. Lausten, you might find this interesting
After release of “God is not Great”, one of the members of Osho contacted Christopher Hitchens and the publisher with their objections about how was the Bhagwan movement characterized. Its apology on apology…
Apparently their new organization - Osho - is still active.
I’m not going to fact check this. Osho left India because that government was catching on to him. Members the group in Oregon very willingly adopted the use of guns, despite the teachings claiming to be about peace. They perpetrated the largest use of chemical weapons in the history of the country. Watching the documentary, you see nothing but angry epitaphs coming them when they are in government meetings or getting interview by the news. They also interview 3 primary leaders and others who are alive today. They are still saying the same things, and offering no explanations for their crimes. They got nuthin’.
I’ve also skimmed the works of Osho, it’s crap. The logic is as bad as the flat earth society and the philosophy is 3rd grade reading level. It seems amazing that this can happen, but look at how many millions of people in the US today believe Mexicans are taking their jobs, while simultaneously draining the welfare system, that torture is good and more guns in the hands of children will make us safer.