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The Bhagavad Gita is a Buddhist Text

A. An Evil Buddhist text

The Mahabharata, which includes the Bhagavad Gita was written by Buddhist Kanha-dipayana, not by 'Veda Vyasa'.

It was a story of Buddhist emigrees in 705 BC
Buddhist Kanha-dipayana wrote about battle and intrigue and deceit to show to the kings of the time how clever and great he was
and how he had direct access to the gods so they should listen to him.
Krishna first appeared in the Buddhist work called 'Ghata Jataka'.

B. The Bhagavad Gita is a narration by Sanjaya, evil advisor to an evil king

Sanjaya was advisor to the enemies of God about what Shri Krishna is supposed to have advised his best pupil, Arjuna.
Which of you believes that the advisor to a King will give a faithful narration of what is being said by the King's worst enemies?
When you advise an evil King you will tell him what he wants to hear.
And which of you believe that God would communicate His knowledge via the messenger of a King He is about to destroy?

The answer is that you know perfectly well already that this is evil.

Krishna is evil, a buddhist warrior.

He ate meat. He lied. He killed by deceit.He abandoned his first love.He gave wrong advice.

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