Why Was This Parody Blog Created?
Since Anti-Sai Activists see no harm in joking and writing parodies about Sathya Sai Baba, Sai devotees and Sai proponents, I followed in their exact footsteps to see how they would react. Needless to say, critic's did not think it was funny when the tables were turned on them.
Sanjay Dadlani felt this Dadlani'nanda blog is tarnishing his wholesome reputation and that it is "slanderous" and "disgusting" (nevermind his online reputation for disgusting posts on his online blog, his requests for Jesus pornography and his shameless stalking and secret photographing of women under tables and up their dresses: Refs: 01 - 02 - 03).
Sanjay also made mention to composite images that he claimed are "childish". Again, what Sanjay failed to mention is that this whole issue of composite images and parodies first began because of his actions on his blog. Reference Taking It With A Smile & Comic Humor (scroll down to the bottom of the page). Sanjay posted sexually suggestive images, on his blog, against SSB. One of the images even depicted a child giving Sai Baba oral sex from underneath his robe! These images provoked a response from a Sai Devotee using an anonymous name. PremaPerm sent me composite images of Dadlani to see how he liked it (Reference). Since sanjay felt that his postings of composite images were amusing, lighthearted and done in a spirit of casual jest, I fail to understand why he became so upset when the same thing was done to him?
I demand the same standards across the board. If critics can act a certain way with impunity, then surely I can act in the same way with impunity. After all, critics are claiming the moral high-road and I am following their examples. This issue has been discussed on Dinakaran's Blog.