VoxVeritasVita Das Wrote:
> From somewhere on the 'net:
Harassment, rape - it happens in principle in most hierarchical religious organizations.
The problem is party mental and denial. The same is true of SIF activists. There was quoted a case where a woman devotee came to one of the centers in Poland, forced by her "guru" to have sex. She came to SIF for rescue or help. There was no reaction. Oh, she chose the wrong "guru" she suffers.
A worse example is when activists are told that i.e. there is evidence that TG took a subsidy from an abortion clinic, they will disprove it, attack it, and follow the instructions not even look at the evidence. The same mechanisms as, for example, in the Catholic Church in Poland. Nobody wants to believe a 14-year-old girl molested by a priest, so she commits suicide. Of course, it is possible either to slander a spiritual person, to provoke or to actually abuse a kid. So seriousness is required. Immediate denal is a lack of seriousness.
And these are the consequences of creating idols. The guru is supposed to be self-effulgent. And not "recognized in the world". When I ask people from Australia if "the recognized in the world" is so recognized, they say that "they once found out that he emerged as a guru and authority".
It cannot be fooled.
They do not want however to jump out of the train. Jumping Jack...
Yet another mechanism is ridiculous. "The one recognized in the world" gives a webinar on Facebook. And now activists are making an artificial traffic in the form of comments. Well, yes, but the content of the comments. One of them sounded more or less like "how interesting it is, I'll read in because there can be a lot of information there." The problem is that the author of the comment has been in a group for over 30 years and wrote a book about it
. Treating People Like Idiots.
Yeees. There can be money it in for the book or the fame!! Really...
Stupid does, stupid is...
Edited 5 time(s). Last edit at 10/02/2020 09:49PM by Culthusiast.