Puṣṭa Kṛṣṇa: In the Western countries they criticize our gurukula that "This is inhuman, people sending their children away at such an early age, not seeing them."
Prabhupāda: And to kill, that is very human. Rascal. Kick them upon their face. You rascal, you are talking of morality, rascal, you go to hell. Your place is hell. "Devil citing scripture." You are not... You are so shameless that you do not be ashamed to speak like that. You are so shameless. Your civilization is so shameless. You are killing child in the womb, and you are talking "inhumanity." Just see. We have to deal with such fools and rascals.
Harikeśa: But they say the child in the womb is not living. They say it's not life yet. Only after it takes birth.
Prabhupāda: That is said by you. You, the tenth-class rascal, you say like that. No sane man says like that. Because you are a tenth-class rascal—you have no knowledge—you say like that. They are... The so-called scientists, they are tenth-class rascals.
Harikeśa: Until the child is moving there is no life.
Prabhupāda: Moving, it is not moving?
Harikeśa: No. It doesn't move until after seven months.
Prabhupāda: Then why the dead child cannot move, rascal?
Puṣṭa Kṛṣṇa: It's developing, it's growing. That's moving also.
Prabhupāda: No, no, if moving is not there, then the dead child is also not moving. Why he is not moving again?
Harikeśa: I don't understand.
Prabhupāda: A dead child comes; it is not moving. But does it come to movement again?
Puṣṭa Kṛṣṇa: No.
Prabhupāda: He is another rascal. He takes so much time to answer. (laughter)
Morning Walk -- October 21, 1975, Johannesburg