Hell’s bells…

May 28, 2006 at 8:55 pm 2 comments

Scary as hell and inspiring. A priest of a small sect is refusing to play by the fedgov’s disaster rules. And oh, yes, they’ve been making rules for the clergy ever since 9/11, it seems.

This new round is stressing that pastors need to preach subservience to the authorities so the government doesn’t have to deal with the “cowboy mentality” of citizens standing up for their property and Constitutional rights, that the government has had problems with quarantines, martial law, and forced relocations (New Orleans cited as a prime example of “uncooperative citizens”). Pastors are being told that preaching subservience to such seizures and roundups would be “for their own good”. Detention centers (churches designated for long term containment of unruly citizens) have been renamed “community centers” – and isn’t that a travesty of what we Numenists have and do? I resent their subverting perfectly good words to nefarious ends…I think I’ve become a rebel priest. I will not comply with these governmental requirements, nor will I take any oath to support the things we were told, subtley [sic] or overtly, in this seminar. I never took an oath or signed any paperwork to keep silent about these seminars, not in 2002, and not now.

Whoever you are, Ebonypearl, may the grace of spirit be with you, especially when you most need it.


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. morrigan  |  May 29, 2006 at 3:53 pm

    I totally agree!

  • 2. David  |  June 10, 2006 at 5:03 pm



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