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Old 03-18-2016, 12:56 PM   #17
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Default Re: The History of Philip Lee

Originally Posted by aron View Post
Who was so free in thinking and speaking save WL & son PL? As RG put it to BM, "Well do as we are told." Program enforcers RG and MP probably drove out 10 members for every one they recruited, but they ensured that those who remained were cowed and compliant.
A brother I met in 2007 several decades removed from meeting with the Church in Seattle was allegedly told by Seattle's lead elder JK that it would be better if he met somewhere else after the brother expressed an observation the New Way was not organic, but an organized movement.
So much for free thinking. It must be "concepts" we have between our ears are fine as long as it's not expressed verbally or written.
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