"Have you seen crows? In India we have got many crows. In your country crows are not very... But in India the crows, they take pleasure in all nasty things, the crows. You'll find they will take pleasure in a place where all nasty things are thrown, garbage. They'll pick out the garbage, find out whether there is mucus, where there is pus. Just like flies, they'll sit down on the stool. Mākṣikaṁ bhramarā icchanti. And the bees, they will try to take honey. Even in the animals you'll see. The honey... The bees will never come to the stool, and the ordinary flies, they never go to collect honey.
Similarly, there are divisions in the birds, divisions in the beast, divisions in human society. So you cannot expect that ordinary person will come to Kṛṣṇa consciousness. You see? Because they have been trained to become flies, they will taste stool. You see? The modern education is to teach people to become flies, only stool.
Not here, Kṛṣṇa consciousness. But you make it a honeycomb. Those who are after..., seeking after honey, they will find, 'Here is something.' You see? Don't make it a stool society. You see? Make it a honey society. At least, give chance, those who are seeking after honey. You see? Don't cheat people. So they will come."
(Srila Prabhupada Lecture, New Vrindaban, June 6, 1969)