Journalist (2): Can you tell me what is Kṛṣṇa consciousness?
Prabhupāda: First of all you have understood this thing or not? If you want to see God, you have to become a student like him. Are you prepared to that?
Journalist (2): I haven't got the opportunity to become a student.
Prabhupāda: Then don't talk of seeing God. Don't talk of seeing God. God seeing is not so cheap. You talk about seeing God. If you want to see God, then you have (to) become a student how to see God.
Journalist (2): Can I see God by becoming a Christian?
Prabhupāda: Yes. That I was speaking. That if you are true Christian, you will see God. But who is true Christian, let me see first of all.
Journalist (2): Have you got a particular mission for London?
Prabhupāda: I have particular mission for the whole world? Why London? London is included in the world.
Journalist (2): What is that mission?
Prabhupāda: That mission is to make you understand what is God. You cannot say what is God. If I ask you, can you say what is God?
Journalist (2): I can't. Can you?
Prabhupāda: Therefore you have to learn.
Journalist (2): Can you say what is God?
Prabhupāda: Yes. Yes. Yes. Therefore you have to become student.
Journalist (2): Tell me what is God.
Prabhupāda: First of all, you become a student, otherwise you'll not be understand... That I say God is the supreme enjoyer, God is the supreme proprietor. That I already told. Can you understand this? Can you refute this, that God is not the supreme proprietor?
Journalist (2): What sort of people do you want?
Prabhupāda: No, why you are going away? You are talking one thing and then going another thing.
Journalist (2): I have to do, I'm afraid.
Prabhupāda: No, no. Then I cannot waste my time. You question one thing. Make a solution.
Journalist (2): What sort of people do you want to become students?
Prabhupāda: Tell him, Bhagavān.
Bhagavān: We want everyone to become our students. No one has a good understanding of what is God.
Journalist (2): I can't get this on the microphone.
Prabhupāda: You can take instruction from the students who are actually trying to understand God.
Journalist (2): I read somewhere that possibly you wanted to convert people who were politicians and businessmen. Why?
Prabhupāda: Who said? Where you have got this idea that I am trying to convert politicians? Where?
Journalist (2): In a newspaper.
Prabhupāda: Where is that newspaper? This is not a fact. You are telling something which is not a fact.
Journalist (2): You want to convert everyone.
Prabhupāda: Yes. Everyone requires to understand God. Why politicians and newspapermen? Everyone. God is for everyone. Everyone requires... The human life is meant for understanding God. Why politicians and businessmen? Without knowing God, he cannot be happy, whatever he may be.
Journalist (2): Do you think if people had a deeper understanding of God... a spiritual consciousness...?
Prabhupāda: Yes. Then he will be happy.
Journalist (2): Do you think it would solve the problems of...
Prabhupāda: Oh yes. Oh yes. Certainly.
Journalist (2): Which problems?
Prabhupāda: All problems. Whatever problems are there. Social, political, religious, cultural, everything.
Journalist (2): The problems that exist in Ireland and India?
Prabhupāda: Yes. Everywhere. You simply give education to understand what is God. Then all problems will be solved.
Journalist (2):.What about yourself? How long have you had this understanding and awareness of God?
Prabhupāda: How long you want? (laughter) I have had this under-standing from my birth. My father was God conscious, he taught me how to become God conscious.
Journalist (2): And you are in fact the spiritual leader of these students. What does that mean?
Prabhupāda: Huh? Because I want to teach them what is God. If anyone is interested with God, I can teach him.
Journalist (2): How long does it take?
Prabhupāda: It takes one second.
Journalist (2): Well, can we do it?
Prabhupāda: Yes. You accept, surrender to God, then you become God conscious.
Journalist (2): And what happens to me then?
Prabhupāda: Then you become happy. And the Bhagavad-gītā says that God said that "You surrender unto Me. I give you protection from all sinful reaction." That is the statement of God. So if surrender to Kṛṣṇa, or God, that "God, so long I was forgotten about You. Now I surrender unto You. You do whatever you like," everything is all right.
Journalist (2): Thank you. Thank you for your time. (break)