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Re: Chris Butler, Jagad Guru, Science of Identity
Posted by: just-googling ()
Date: January 27, 2017 07:51PM

Good point, Corboy ... and Chris Butler also had a pampered childhood as well. Brought up on the sparsely populated island of Molokai, with zero tourists to litter the beach, young Chris had the whole beach to himself ... catch a wave and you're sitting on top of the world kind of consciousness ....

I wonder if this childhood program is still running in his brain, and he has a difficult time tolerating all those other humans on HIS beach? And hence the military-grade speed-boat to scare them off?

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Tulsi Gabbard visits Syria - Stars and Strips News
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: January 27, 2017 10:55PM

This just in.

Tulsi Gabbard's secret trip to Syria, eh?

She grew up in sect that is all about secrets -- including how she was
selected and groomed for office.

Rep. Gabbard’s trip to Syria attracts criticism, puzzlement

[www.stripes.com]

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PHILADELPHIA — Hawaii Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s secret trip to Syria this month continues to attract criticism from fellow members of Congress, as well as a washing of the hands from her own caucus leader.

Illinois GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger, who, like Gabbard, is a veteran of the Iraq War, slammed his Hawaii colleague for meeting with President Bashar Assad and called on House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Speaker Paul D. Ryan to condemn the trip.

“In no way should any member of Congress, in no way should any government official ever travel to meet with a guy who has killed 500,000 people and 50,000 children,” Kinzinger said in Philadelphia at the GOP issues retreat. “It is sad and a shame and a disgrace.”

Kinzinger said Gabbard may have violated some rule but he didn’t know much about it. “I’m interested to see where the money came from for the trip,” he added.

Links to other news sources here:

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Re: Chris Butler, Jagad Guru, Science of Identity
Date: February 03, 2017 10:23AM

Yes, Corboy, SuperDevbot Tulsi dasi does it again.
AND
she states that no taxpayers funds were used.

Begs the question then, who paid for this?
According to this article, the "affiliates" who accompanied her in her
delegation did not either.

[www.thedailybeast.com]


Money money- who gave Tulsi the money???



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Re: Chris Butler, Jagad Guru, Science of Identity
Date: February 07, 2017 05:47AM

Hey Vera, check your PM, thanks!

Hello everyone!

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Re: Chris Butler, Jagad Guru, Science of Identity
Posted by: kailuasleuth ()
Date: February 08, 2017 04:07AM

Aloha. Freelance journalist here writing a story on Science of Identity. If you are willing to communicate on the record, please private message me. You can choose not to have your identity revealed in my article if you fear retaliation or being cut off from family. If that is the case, I will protect your identity.

I have an editor at a national U.S. news media company interested in publishing the story. I've been researching this for over a month now (and yes, I've been lurking here).

I am interested in hearing from people with direct experience. Facts only, please, no speculation. Thank you!

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Re: Chris Butler, Jagad Guru, Science of Identity
Date: February 11, 2017 01:49AM

I'd like to vouch for KailuaSlueth, they are legit. I have been in contact with them, it's not a cult member! I guarantee it.

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Re: Chris Butler, Jagad Guru, Science of Identity
Posted by: kailuasleuth ()
Date: February 11, 2017 08:45AM

Thanks Rama.

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Re: Chris Butler, Jagad Guru, Science of Identity
Posted by: kailuasleuth ()
Date: February 12, 2017 06:27AM

I should clarify that I'm interested in speaking with current Science of Identity members, ex-members, and relatives or close friends of members who would like the public to know what the group is all about.

Sources I am already working with can confirm that I am easy to work with and just after the truth. I'm not here to promote myself. I'm also not into rants or unsolicited advice from people who have not been directly affected by Science of Identity.

If you have inside knowledge that you believe the public should hear, please do contact me.

Mahalo.

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Re: Chris Butler, Jagad Guru, Science of Identity
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: February 14, 2017 10:57PM

One man's thoughts while watching the Hare Krishnas.

[hardcorezen.info]

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What was more interesting to me than the lectures was watching the people watching their guru. There was that expression again, like a pack of chihuahuas wagging their tails trying to please their master. Obedience. Submission.

But I get it. Life is hard. The world is confusing. It’s all a big mess and then you die. People lie. Friends flake out. Nothing makes any sense.

You find ways to cope. You drown your sorrows in booze or smoke them away in a sinsemilla haze. Or you try to fuck your way to happiness. Or buy enough stuff to keep the gnawing fear of disease and death at bay for a little while. Or you try to numb yourself with meditation.

Because maybe there’s no fucking point anyway. Maybe even if you found The Answer, you wouldn’t like it because it wouldn’t comfort you. Maybe lies are better. Just live in a bleary fog of cheery falsehoods till you croak. At least you’ll be happier than the people who face the truth and find out it all sucks.

I really do have total sympathy for anyone who chooses that route. I’m not being sarcastic at all.

Recently a friend of mine asked me, “What’s so great about the truth?” It’s a damned good question. It stopped me in my tracks. I mean, what is so great about the truth? Does it even matter? I’m still gonna die even if I know what’s real. Why not at least be happy for the short time I’m here by believing in some comforting untruth? As the Rutles said, “Did you ever get the feeling that the truth is less revealing than a downright lie?”

But hiding your head in the sand has bigger consequences. Maybe not so much for the individual, but for the collective.

For example, I have a friend from high school who finds tremendous comfort in the belief that Jesus loves us all. Which is fine. Except his faith in Christ also leads him to believe that Global Warming is a hoax. His great grandchildren will suffer terribly for the lies that comforted him. But he’ll be gone by then, so that’s their problem.

To paraphrase Philip K. Dick, the truth is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn’t go away. We owe it to our friends and our descendants not to comfort ourselves with jolly fabrications.

Or, as a consequence of your beliefs, you listen to your guru and send
your children to a boarding school far from home and
do not give them age appropriate medical care.

Or become a burden to tax paying Americans because your guru is tax exempt
and we support him indirectly.

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