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1113Re: Who Do We Blame, the Victim or the Perpetrator?

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  • Freefrom
    Feb 1, 2006
      Hello Mish and all,

      I am in agreement with you on this "Fred" person. You are
      right on in my book and I like the fact that your words are direct and
      to the point! "Fred" is obviously still stuck in the eck group think.
      He has difficulty with normal disagreements and personal conflict, as
      is shown by the vain attempt to end communications with "I love you
      all" stuff. It's nice to be loved, but not by someone who has just
      insulted you and treated you like you are an ingrate. lol This is the
      eckankult mentality. I also say no thank you for that.

      It appears that "Fred" is speechless now and will not answer simple
      questions about his involvement with eckankar and why he decided to
      leave this bad and deceptive, duplicitous Kult. I can only hope that
      "Fred" will wake up one day to the true freedom of Spirit. In that
      sense I wish "Fred" well.

      The con artist, sociopath, toxic personality is what eckankult and
      klemp represent and continued perpetuation of lies. This hurts people
      and should be stopped and confronted often, IMO.

      Klemp is not just covering up for the Twitch, he is in effect out
      right lieing, repeating the lies over and over again, all for his own
      personal gain based on GREED. His creed is: "Do as I say, not as I
      do." gg what a hypocrite!


      --- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, "mishmisha9"
      <mishmisha9@...> wrote:
      > Hello, All!
      > I want to make a few additional comments to Fred's earlier post
      > (Jan. 31/06).
      > Fred stated: "If I may ask, which of them comes first? Our being led
      > to Eckankar by spirit and brain washing by Eckists. If people
      > subject their will to manipulation will you blame Eckankar for that?
      > It is the individual's business. We have to open our eyes to look
      > beyond the veil and gratitude helps in that direction."
      > So, basically, Fred is saying that Eckankar, the perpetrator of
      > lies, deceptions and brainwashing, is not to be blamed. It is the
      > fault of the victims for allowing themselves to be conned! This is a
      > very nice supportive statement of eckankar and Klemp! I suppose Fred
      > also would blame the child for the injuries an abusive parent
      > inflicted on the child--right, Fred? After all, the child could have
      > behaved differently and not have aroused the anger of his parent--
      > the child had choices too!
      > The comment about gratitude seals this all up rather neat and tidy,
      > as well--we are to be grateful for being duped because that is what
      > we were supposed to have experienced, as Fred sees it! Well, maybe
      > and maybe not! While I recognize the gifts and guidance of Divine
      > Spirit, I also am aware that sometimes I do not go in the direction
      > that I am to go. How many people ignored the "red flags" and other
      > warnings about eckankar, and either joined or stayed well beyond
      > what was sensible? How do we thank Divine Spirit for our own
      > stupidity?
      > Fred, I am sorry to say this but your point of view just does not
      > touch me. It is what you believe, I guess, but please stop trying to
      > convince us that we should think as you do! No thank you for your
      > suggestions! You're just making excuses for the scam and trying to
      > put blame and responsibility on everyone but eckankar! It is
      > insulting of you to presume that we do not know how to show
      > gratitude to Spirit . . . but you do! Rather pompous of you, don't
      > you think? I would suggest that you take a deep and long hard look
      > at the vanity in what you are posting here.
      > You say that you come to this message board to learn, but all I see
      > from you is that you want to teach us your vahana eckankar spin--
      > that eckankar is beneficial and necessary for spiritual growth. The
      > posts on this site are speaking quite to the contrary. I would
      > suggest that you should read the archived messages on this site--
      > because if you seriously want to learn here, these messages should
      > be enlightening for you. We definitely are not on the same page!
      > I would very much like to know about your personal experiences in
      > eckankar, why you decided to leave the org, how long you were a
      > member and your level of initiation at the time you dropped out--as
      > I asked in my earlier post.
      > Thanks,
      > Mish
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