Re: Straight, no milk
Jun 25, 1998 00:17 AM
by Govert Schuller
>>Yes, C.U.T. thinks that there is a substantial chance for
>>such a situation to occur, substantial enough to be
>>prepared. But we hope it will not happen. Better safe,
>>sorry. You are not at risk regarding rightwingers, because
>>you probably have not food for more than a week. Sorry if
>>you don't catch the logic.
>Yes, I know what you're saying here, but I doubt it has
much logic for me to
>"catch." Lizzie Prophet said the world was going to end in
1990 - C.U.T.
>has this "end time" mentality. And yes, I am at risk
>"rightwingers" - America is run by them and I know the
damage they can do -
>and they need not rob my cupboards to do it.
She never said that. Her study of prophecies and astrology,
and contact with the Masters made her conclude that April
1990 was a very dangerous time for the world. Dangerous, not
the end. Years later we heard that in that month India and
Pakistan were almost at each other's throat again and the
USA and Russia were on high alert. Luckily nothing happened.
"End time" mentality has indeed crept into the organization
through certain fearful individuals. Meanwhile they also act
as if they will be around for a long long time and its new
president has taken a hard look at the 'organizational
culture' and is implementing a very effective and creative
plan to change the whole organization.
>>The U.S. government has failed to provide its people with
>>common defense, so the people have to provide it for
>You got that straight from an NRA (National Rifle
I did not know they were into national defense issues.
Though I can imagine that whatever might promote their cause
they will use it, as is done by the other side of the
>>Compassion and justice are for me the key-words and I do
>>translate them into pacifism nor situational ethics. For a
>>more visionary account of Adepts invoved in politics
>>throughout the ages read
>>Manly P. Hall's "The secret Destiny of America."
>First of all, I don't trust anyone with the first name of
>Secondly, you may also have noticed that CLIMB THE HIGHEST
MOUNTAIN is a
>wieldy book. Same with the SD or any other big, honkin'
>than stockpile guns, I suggest stockpiling those titles.
>rightwingers attack, simply beat them to death with the
corner edges of the
>aforementioned books. Messy, yes, but it will get the job
Before I can have that pleasure I hope to be able to lure
them away from their guns by inviting them to come and read
together the SD. I know this will work, for they are very
interested in literature promoting the superiority of the
>Now, after having accomplished the mission of the Masters,
>tingles of holding up such aforementioned books (like the
Statue of Liberty
>holds up her Light), slowly dripping thick drops of blood
down your arm,
>knowing you have vanquished the enemy, preserved the
Masters and Truth,
>revealed compassion, doled out justice, and lived to tell
about it. You're
>right, pacifists miss out on all the good stuff.
O.k, if they did not like my little reading circle and
started pulling out their guns, I do not know what I would
do, but theoratically I will be in favor of shooting first.
How I would feel afterwards I do not know either, but it
might be pretty miserable. How did Washington feel after the
last battle against the British? Or Eisenhower when the
Allies finally beat the Nazi's? At home the people had a big
party, but many soldiers came back deeply traumatized or not
at all. Freedom comes with a price pacifists don't want to
>You know, Govert, I've figured it out. No one else is
getting into this
>because you're a fruit loop and I just might be a fruit
loop and they've all
>realized it but us.
You have enriched my vocabulary again with "fruit loop."
Only the meaning is missing. Fill me in again, Kym.
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