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12 years ago
anticult
Given the elusiveness and secrecy that enshrouds Chris Butler and his inner circle and since it is a well known fact that the Gabbards are his best success story to date, if you want to make a difference and if you live in Hawaii, vote against Mike Gabbard in the upcoming primary and vote against his daughter Tulsi who is also running again for political office. It is sickening to think that Ch
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
12 years ago
anticult
"The documentary also covers the topic of how cult leaders control their followers by controlling their sex lives. This is a big feature in Butler’s cult." Recently a friend who is also mother to a junior disciple and grandmother to two young children relocated and purchased a home very close to her children to keep close watch especially on the young children. She has observed th
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
12 years ago
anticult
The responses on this thread, long lived, have more to do with the emotional consequences shared by those who have suffered directly at the hands of SOI. That is why this is a forum. Given all who have participated over the years and the willingness of those to continue to participate emotionally, that suffering is understood. It is a different time now. Several in the "inner circle"
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
12 years ago
anticult
Since Hawaii is the nexus of control for this organization, here are some common sense ideas: 1. Encourage people to shop at Whole Foods as opposed to DTE. That is almost a no brainer since the DTE chain was fined for improper treatment of their recyclables and let's face it, there is no comparison between the two with regard to quality, service and normalcy. This may take a few coins
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
12 years ago
anticult
When I referred to a weak spirit, I mean weak as it equates to vulnerability. These followers had to be vulnerable or unsuspecting in large part to have gotten hooked up with a crook like Chris Butler. There is another motivation though and it centers around the whole homosexual issue. Let's face it, within the past few decades, the moral majority leaders who spoke most loudly against it
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
12 years ago
anticult
Those of a weak spirit succumb to the likes of Chris Butler. More than likely Chris does not understand his attraction to men. And that is alright. But there are those of us who kind of give into an idea and how it morphs into a following and then goes onto an enterprise only to become a racket....kind of like yoga or tv dinners...pick your era. And with regard to an anti homosexual stan
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