Prabhupāda: ...people, just like China or India. The American invite them, "Come here. Grow your food." Immediately world solution. But they won't... "No, we shall keep it jungle. Still, we shall not allow you to come here." (break) ...come here to hunt. No?
Ambarīṣa: I think they are protected. (break)
Prabhupāda: ...those who were killing tigers and not that, by making arrangement from behind, no.
Brahmānanda: Ah, they would come face to face.
Prabhupāda: Yes, face to face. Yes. Where there is tiger, a kṣatriya, would meet him with a sword. That's all. "Come on. You attack and be killed." Even twenty years before, the king of Jaipur, every year he should go in the forest and kill one tiger personally. And the dead tiger will be brought in procession. He'd be given... Just like a prince or king dies—his body is taken in procession-tiger would be brought that way. Both of them, kṣatriyas... So the tiger should be given the honor of a prince. (break) ...means enemy is going out of fear of life and showing his backside, then he will not be killed. (break) ...into Canada?
Brahmānanda: No, that's Detroit.
Prabhupāda: Oh, that is Detroit.
Brahmānanda: This part is Canada, there.
Prabhupāda: In Canada they grow large quantity of wheat?
Jagadīśa: Yes, Śrīla Prabhupāda.
Brahmānanda: America is now selling wheat to Russia again.
Prabhupāda: Oh. And what exchange they are getting?
Brahmānanda: I don't know how they pay for it. They pay for it in dollars.
Prabhupāda: Now they are no more enemies?
Brahmānanda: They are trying very hard to be friends.
Prabhupāda: Who is trying more? America?
Brahmānanda: I think so.
Ambarīṣa: Yes. They just had a big conference in Finland. They all signed... All the heads of state of the Western countries signed a document saying that they would respect each others' boundaries.