> I'd venture to say it's a bit more tragic than
> what you make it out to be.
Listening to your story I felt what you are talking about. The reasons why I didn't allow myself to feel deeper are that it would simply be too hard for me. Not long ago, remembering my - similar to your faith or settlement - remnants of this "mental", "energy" or "mood" accompanying insanity in SIF - my hands are shaking.
Another aspect is that your story will very likely be met with methodical hypocrisy or denial - hence the adoption of such a formal method. That's why i have to stay cold and formalistic.
What to say - some people from Poland are shocked now when they listen about waking up with taser, and some have symptoms of denial.
Anyway - if someone stopped Siddha that time, maybe Shri Shim would live today. "He for sure would made pressure for mr. Hansen to make the licence".
And of course the whole thing takes place on several platforms:
- understanding of suffering and reparation to the victims,
- criminal aspect, breaking the law,
- purity of the Vaishnava philosophy,
- continuation of teaching by the "authorities" of SIF (i.e. Happy Man),
- defamation of Vaishnava philosophy,
- making current members aware - those innocent, cheated or beneficiaries of the arrangement,
- political plane - Tulsi Gabbard as US president
> The fact is that 40
> boys and the girls were sent overseas so that
> their parents can slave away for Butler. They
> received an extremely subpar education with no
> ability to prove any schooling credits when they
> returned back home. There were no counselors and
> anyone to deal with psychological problems that
> the students are going through. There was sexual
> abuse by students. We could not speak out because
> just the mention of sex let alone male on male
> sexuality would have been met with extreme guilt
> and shame. Kids had no access to their parents or
> really any sane adult for that matter. The school
> was run like a military school where children were
> sleep deprived and made to listen two lectures of
> Butler where he went on literal rants about any
> number of social topics.
In the history of mankind, even the last 2000 years have been similar, unsuccessful "experiments".
"Mein Herz brennt" - "My hear burns"
> In effect, virtually
> immobilizing us psychologically in numerous ways
> that took years to recover from.
Yes, I confirm, I remember the specific mentality present in the detailed instructions and the approach to education, personality or philosophically speaking - the "lower nature" of a sect member. In general, the impression was as if material uniqueness did not matter. The qualifications were not significant. Their development was not significant. All that mattered was practical involvement in worship, and preferably "outreach" or "going out to people". The rigor itself was inaccurate and dull. Dulled by "party" mechanisms and of course the idea of ??"the only right path and institution of salvation."
Of course it was impractical and idiotic because even making money, renovating the center or making the mantra.pl site requires specific "material" qualifications.
At a practical level, I think, it was related to naimittika dharma addressed to drug addicts in Hawaii - as SIF activists themselves say - where they started plus other aspects.
So I also understand that returning to a "normal" or rather practical life in a socio-state organization, where you had to get the appropriate education, certificates and qualifications to take up the normal gainful work needed for life cost you a lot. In Poland there were also similar examples of people blown up into space professionally. Where Bhagavad Gita says that "without a job you can't even keep a physical body."
And I also confirm that this specific mentality of leaders led people to a sense of helplessness in the surrounding world.
> But I do
> appreciate how you keep playing down the full
> criminal activity of this cult. You make it sound
> like it was a poorly-run summer camp for kids. I
> think it's time so you wake up brother.
Your story mainly shows that the school in the Philippines was run unlawfully - unofficially. The question is how it is governed by Philippine law and whether this crime has not expired. The practical part is that the school was run by a military man, so law enforcement can be an illusion thanks to local contacts there. Another matter is that I smell it was not "just ordinary military". According to my information, "they were not such ordinary soldiers" among the members of the SIF Philippines. Another point - maybe it was a cover. What about the factory? Maybe he has some connection.
Another aspect is, for example, Siddha Bellord waking you with a taser - he was a minor at that time, so criminal liability would rather fall - if it is not time-barred - on your guardians.
Anyway "all night long interview one by one how much did you know" about Siddha Bellord outrageous behavior rather resembles methods:
So there is a taste of "spirituellen Konzentrationlager". It is still far to Auschwitz, Majdanek or Treblinka but this is the direction.
Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 03/12/2020 08:39PM by DaWatcher.