In an article in the Santa Fe Reporter, “Khalsa vs Khalsa,” journalist Corey Pein reported on the dramatic schism erupting between the students and family of the late Yogi Bhajan, who are feuding in Oregon courts over control of Bhajan’s religious and financial empire.
The group’s largest company, Akal Security, has reportedly earned billions in contracts relating to U.S. security. There has recently been a debate in the news about the wisdom of outsourcing security contracts to private entities. Looking closely at Bhajan’s organization, one can’t help but wonder why our government officials have not more thoroughly investigated a group with such questionable history. An article by cult expert Steve Hassan.
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