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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on July 18, 2002 15:03:42 UTC

Dear Anonymous Lecturer about opinion,

You ask,
"It seems that that you already been known to NSA or called SGI-USA(SGA)today. Have you got acquainted or know them before? From where? On TV, Internet, magazine or meet personally some SGA members?"


If you feel I am "known to them" it is unnecessary for me to explain my previous contact.
Your grammar says they know me.

Yes, I have experience with them. I knew that American women have Japanese men as their "senior advisors" in the cult.
I experienced how their supposed ideals translated into action.
This works very well for cult insiders with an agenda, but not so well for Life's wider perspective. This is a very common phenomenon:
persons wishing for status create an organization wherein they have status. But the theological information and the ethics were nothing to be proud about. It was also made clear that you get in trouble if you want to stop being with the group.
I was there. What I have said was very clear to me. I say this for the benefit of persons who might have their time and energy wasted by someone who needs to get a life and quit being
so controlling.

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