What's Good About Landmark?
Date: February 09, 2004 02:55AM
New legislation is not the answer in consideration that cultic manipulation is not a violation of rights, meaning life, liberty and happiness.
What is needed is education on the nature of cults, which also is not a right. The reasons why cults are profitable are knowable...otherwise they would not engage in the activity.
There is no way to force this type of knowledge. People must come to thier own conclusions, individually, and they will reap or suffer the consequences.
So in this sense is involvement a personal failure...yes, absolutely, as involvement is in contradiction to individual well-being so to speak. We would not be so concerned if it was not. But one can refuse and/or recover, and without legislation or rights violations.
The good of people refusing to attend Landmark is that they refused, by choice (which assumes consideration), not because it was illegal, and therefore were prevented from attending.
The good of people refusing to attend Landmark is that they refused, by choice (which assumes consideration), not because it is mentally damaging, or were legally prevented.
Hope you understand me,