Excellent negative sample by Ruben.
The book "The Broken Buddha" by Shravasti Dhammika provides good information on how parts of the Sangha and the Buddhist World today may not be reflecting the original ideals put forward by the Buddha.
Not so much the content, but the ways and what for. A sample by own actions, obiviously unseen or to silly, or deliberately inhonest and uninformet. So Shravasti Dhammika and his deeds display well what the Buddha urgend, like quoted by Rubben in his answer.
Yet how could a corrupt heart, delight in becoming and sensuality ever see it's corruption?
People find together in accordiance to their tendencies, and one is not able to help them out while they don't see that their defilements are nouished by even the most clear Dhamma.
It's End-time-season of the Dhamma, and of course fools will still a long time write their Books, disrespecting the elders, their previous supporter, the Dhamma, formost the Vinaya, will live in improper dependency with householders, do them favors, use money and avoid forest an secluded modest live, meet up lanching in restaurants and write mass of entertainments...
As you see, by abroving the answer, calling this Shravasti: "Isn't it against the nature itself of the truth, to mass share a specific view of it ?"
No, that's Samsara and food for defilement, and as you see, you got caught faster as thought...
The more possibilities one has, to get away from "Buddhism" and "Buddhist" and their Dhamma-deals and find Dhamma-Vinaya and Dhammika (not just by name)
So much more than ever, its all up to your previous and current decisions if you might find a last grasp of the tripple gems those days. Don't be to fast, and be observant! What ever fits well to ones defilements can be seldom the heartwood.
People will sacrify in that, on and on, but this leads step by step more way from Nibbana into the deeps of Mara.
[Note: This is a gift of Dhamma and not meant for commercial purpose or other low wordily gains by means of trade and exchange.]