Prabhupāda: Toast. And they will…, this evacuation will be stopped, as soon as the belly is loaded. But they are accustomed. After eating, they evacuate. Not easily. (break) (indistinct) …for sevaites' sake is for the Kanpur wala (?). Then there is no question of fighting. Otherwise we shall take criminal and civil straight away. (break) Seven hundred.
Gurudāsa: Seven hundred. (break) Renovate these rooms, or just in general?
Prabhupāda: Huh? General.
Prabhupāda: That veranda, that, whatever he likes, we will spend. We’ll pay the bills (indistinct). (break)
Prabhupāda: But give us the temple portion, free, and purchase the land portion, the balance… (break) …negotiate, but we have no sufficient men to manage. (break) …unless you can utilize.
Prabhupāda: (break) There is fifty lakhs, twenty-five lakhs—that is beyond us. We can spare up to two lakhs, that's all. (break) You will be able to manage? (break) …people. (break)
Gurudāsa: Yes. The Britishers.
Prabhupāda: Britishers, they train. Just like in India, they trained. They were on the head of the administration. The Viceroy, the government, the secretaries, the military commander, they are all Englishmen; all other, Indians. Therefore Gandhi started the non-cooperation movement, that "These people are ruling over us by our cooperation."
Prabhupāda: "So non-cooperate with them, and they will fail." And that was successful. He started non-cooperative movement, that “Don’t cooperate with these Britishers.” And when they saw that now full non-cooperation, they left voluntarily. It is not possible to bring so many administrators, military strength, men, and to... Actually this British Empire was expanding through the help of Indians.
Gurudāsa: Yes. They did all the work.
Gurudāsa: Actually, if the British were more intelligent, they could have continued.
Prabhupāda: Oh, yes.
Gurudāsa: Just like that mutiny. The grease was used in the guns, and the brāhmaṇas mutinied?
Prabhupāda: That is propaganda. Now this is urine?
Prabhupāda: Just see nonsense.