This is a great source.
The comments section is also a good read.
No one seems to know what to do once they have put it all together.
"Uh, yeah... these candidates are supported by a secretive cult.
Now what? What does that mean? Something wrong with this picture,
but not sure what to make of it..."
I still think it possible that after awhile, Mike Gabbard figured out he was being
manipulated by Butler and became an opportunist. (Years of chastisement can do this.)
Once he got in power he contines to play the devotee game and played to those "constituents", including Butler.
I think it possible that both Mike and Tulsi are just using the cult as a tool for their own ambitions. Yes politicians can be that shallow.
It's possible that some members of the next generation have mixed feelings about their upbringing and just acquiesce or submit to the culture,
while finding ways to do their own thing.
It's possible for Tulsi to have actual good intentions in spite of being part of the Butler political machine.
And just what is Butler's agenda besides having fun and games as the secret puppet master playing in the dirty "maya" of politics?
Doesn't anyone care about his undue influence and meddling in Hawaii's politics as a stealth player?
The Daily Kos article was a bit disappointing but understandable.
It is also possible that Xenocrypt is covering his ass legally but has found a way to reveal Gabbard's cult connection
without really coming out and saying it directly, thus saving himself from an enormous lawsuit.
Any exer on this forum can tell you that the majority of the names listed in the article are known members of Butler's cult.
You will have to dig deeper to find out what that means. Because the Butler group is so secretive, the only place you will find information
is on this forum and now in Shyam Dodges book, "Hot Wet American Yogi" which I would recommend to Xenocrypt if I knew how to contact him.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/22/2013 02:34AM by Vera City.