In Reply to: Three Points, and not solely directed at Karen posted by Concentrate! on December 19, 2002 at 06:28:21:
Thanks so much for writing that. That is an excellent point you made that when people take up residence in someone else's country, it would behoove them to notice their surroundings and act accordingly. Having the women FF top government officials, going in and out at all hours of the night (and the F. did this in Muslim countries too and "surprisingly" got kicked out - which added to their "persecution complex"), keeping the children out of public schools and public activities, except fund-raising, and distributing Mo letters of at the very least questionable if not down-right subversive content, having look-outs perched on the top of buildings, and on and on, it's no wonder that a country such as Argentina would perform a raid. My question is, if exmembers didn't blow the whistle on their activities, would the raids have happened anyway? I think so - so what's the point of putting guilt on exmembers once again when they are riddled with guilt and remorse and are only trying to right some of the wrongs they were responsible, if only by proxy, for carrying on or furthering or allowing? It was bound to happen sooner or later, regardless of exmembers speaking the truth about the F. Look, it was happening everywhere and was a general trend. Mo had become so blatant in his self-righteous ego trip that he was declaring his insanity to the world and F. members followed along like trained seals. The sex revolution was in full swing with unabashed proclamations that children were involved. Yeah, F. members wised up that they couldn't openly declare such beliefs, but it wasn't because of exmembers, it was because of government laws.