One Reality - Prem Rawat vs Hate Groups: setting the record straight


John Macgregor and his Affidavit
John Macgregor Affidavit - English version     John Macgregor Affidavit - Spanish version     John Macgregor Affidavit - French version
Hate speech


About Prem Rawat
The inside story
TPRF, EV & Words of Peace Global
Opposition: the reality
Propaganda debunked
Prominent detractors


Exponential growth
Wikipedia manipulation
Criminality and obsession
Amaroo (IRCC)
Dr Ron Greaves under attack
Symptoms of inner peace


Contact & Credits


Malicious, misleading information about Prem Rawat is being distributed on the internet by a small but vocal hate group known as 'ex-premies.'

In this website, the group's propaganda and false claims are debunked, and links are provided to other source material where accurate, up-to-date information can be obtained.

The publisher does not represent Prem Rawat in any official or unofficial capacity, and is not associated with any organization which assists Prem Rawat's work.


About Prem Rawat

Prem Rawat

Prem Rawat, left his native India at the age of 13 in 1971. Since then he has traveled extensively addressing audiences and helping to change lives for the better. His powerful and unique message is that peace is a human necessity, that peace is possible, and that it begins with each of us. Sharing this message of peace has been Prem Rawat’s life’s work. He does not receive appearance fees or royalties for print, video and audio material used by supporting organizations.

In 1982 he abandoned aspects of Indian culture popular with many people at that time. He also disbanded the organization which had previously assisted his work.

Since 2000 he has received international recognition for his humanitarian efforts and inspirational TV broadcasts. Detailed information is available in the book Peace is Possible by Andrea Cagan, and on-line at The main organizations which facilitate his work are The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) and Words of Peace Global (WOPG). TPRF provides worldwide humanitarian assistance. WOPG arranges events and produces TV Broadcasts, documentaries, and webcasts. TPRF is highly rated by Charity Navigator.

Comments from members of the group which opposes Prem Rawat's work.

"Hell yeah I hate him!...Is there a way to join a web site where the sole purpose is to find a way to kill Rawat?" Bill Bourke, May 13, 2004

"I hate premies -- and why not? Look at them." Jim Heller, Feb 22, 2000

"I've attacked people as have most of us who've been at this for any length of time." Jim Heller, Dec 1, 2005

"I am coming to Amaroo you mongrel and am going to ruin your f#cking plans you shit head...Better put yourself in a glass box like that other poofta the pope." Salam, Feb 27, 2001

"I'll be out of here (JAIL) in 7 months, older and wiser and in time to foil M's attempts to hold a successful event in September 2004." Neville Ackland, Oct 31, 2003

"How's things at (employer's name deleted)? Did you tell them about the cult you are in? Bet they'd be interested." Gerry Lyng, May 3, 2004

Delightful, Aren't they?

"If you hate a person,
you hate something in him that is part of yourself.
What isn't part of ourselves doesn't disturb us."
Herman Hesse

"Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds."
Albert Einstein

"More than just words, I offer a practical way to feel the contentment that is already within. My message is neither new nor old—it is timeless. The peace, the contentment that we seek is within. It was, is, and always will be. Now is the time to turn within. What I offer is a gift from one being to another. I want to make this possibility available to people. And if they want to pursue it, I want to help them however I can.”
Prem Rawat

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