How Extremist Sects Teach Their Children to Hate People of Other Religions

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  • Dogpatch
    Dogpatch

    How Extremist Sects Teach Their Children to Hate People of Other Religions

    Most Muslims are peaceful, good-natured people, just like Christians. But some are vulnerable to their religious leaders.
    In the next few days we will see examples from several different religions and political movements on brainwashing. Note the emphasis on violence inherent in leaders seeking absolute control. Jehovah's Witnesses subtly do it with pictures in their children's books.

    http://www.freeminds.org/psychology/mind-control/how-extremist-sects-teach-their-children-to-hate-people-of-other-religions.html

    also:

    Mike Rinder Speaks Out - Scientology (parts One and Two): aired on Australian TV TODAY/TONIGHT July 22, 2010

    Why are former members and especially former leaders afraid to speak out against internal organizational abuse?
    Whatever your opinion about Scientology, the same fear grips many every day among 7 million Jehovah's Witnesses

    http://www.freeminds.org/static-content/all-static-content/mike-rinder-speaks-out-scientology.html

    Randy

  • Lady Lee
    Lady Lee

    When I was in Montreal I joined a group that was for ex-cult members. It was amazing how similar their stories were.

    This kind of cross referencing is importatn to realize our experiences were not that unique and members of other cults would understand us far more than we realize

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