“The negroes, they capture and rape.”

“The negroes, they capture and rape.”

Prabhupada said, “I have heard from many women that they rape. The negroes, they capture and rape.” – Morning walk, 20 April 1974, Hyderabad

Prabhupada: That Central Park, nobody can walk there. I have heard from many women that they rape. The negroes, they capture and rape. Life is unsafe even in a civilized city like New York. So what is this civilization? Our (name withheld) was… [break] …Park. (Name withheld) our. Yes, she said.

Mahamsa: She said?

Prabhupada: No, no, she said. She was captured by a group of negroes to rape her. [break] That girl, what is his name? (name withheld) wife?

Satsvarupa: (Name withheld).

Prabhupada: She was raped.

Satsvarupa: Trinidad.

Prabhupada: Yes. She was raped.
“Such action of the cupid is going on even on the negroes and beastly societies who are all ugly looking in the estimation of the civilized nations.”

“Such action of the cupid is going on even on the negroes and beastly societies who are all ugly looking in the estimation of the civilized nations.”

Prabhupada said, “The cupid, therefore, throws his arrow upon the living being to become mad after his opposite sex never mind whether the party is actually beautiful or not. Such action of the cupid is going on even on the negroes and beastly societies who are all ugly looking in the estimation of the civilized nations. Thus cupid’s influence is exerted even in the ugliest forms (of living being) and-what to speak about the most perfectional stage of personal beauties.” – SB 1.11.36, purport (1964 ed.)

“Certainly we are not going to say these things about the negro people publicly…”

“Certainly we are not going to say these things about the negro people publicly…”

Prabhupada said, “Certainly we are not going to say these things about the negro people publicly… So, you can understand that these talks are not for the public, as they have not got the ability to understand.” – Letter to Satsvarupa, 9 April 1968, San Francisco

“Certainly we are not going to say these things about the negro people publicly; we have no distinction between black or white, or demon or demigod, but at the same time, so long as one is demon or demigod, we have to behave in the proper way. Just like Caitanya Mahaprabhu; He had no distinction between a tiger and a man. He was so powerful that He could convert even a tiger to dance. But so far as we are concerned, we should not imitate and go to some tiger and try to make him dance! But still, tiger is equally eligible like a man. So, you can understand that these talks are not for the public, as they have not got the ability to understand.”

“A first-class Rolls Royce car, and who is sitting there? A third-class negro.”

“A first-class Rolls Royce car, and who is sitting there? A third-class negro.”

Prabhupada said, “It is all nonsense civilization. A first-class Rolls Royce car, and who is sitting there? A third-class negro. This is going on. You’ll find these things in Europe and America. This is going on. A first-class car and a third-class negro.” – Room conversation, 5 October 1975, Mauritius

“…because these blacks, if they don’t get employment, they will create havoc…”

“…because these blacks, if they don’t get employment, they will create havoc…”

Prabhupada said, “And especially in your country it will be dangerous because these blacks, if they don’t get employment, they will create havoc, these blacks. And they are not civilized. They want money, and if they don’t get money, then they will create havoc.” – Room conversation, 21 January 1977, Bhuvanesvara

“That is best, to keep them under control as slaves…”

“That is best, to keep them under control as slaves…”

Prabhupada said, “Sudra is to be controlled only. They are never given to be freedom. Just like in America. The blacks were slaves. They were under control. And since you have given them equal rights they are disturbing, most disturbing, always creating a fearful situation, uncultured and drunkards. What training they have got? They have got equal right? That is best, to keep them under control as slaves but give them sufficient food, sufficient cloth, not more than that. Then they will be satisfied.” – Room conversation, 14 February 1977, Mayapur