It looks like I didn’t comment on this Tactics’ post in September 2014. I am not sure why. At first guess, maybe I felt that Tactics’ post was fairly self-explanatory. Maybe I did, and maybe I didn’t. I really don’t know.
But, now I must tackle this one, and I honestly don’t believe that this Tactics is as obvious, or at least spot on, as I perhaps once thought.
While Bob Scott does indeed love his yearly trips to Disneyland, the cult of Calvary Temple is certainly no Never Never Land, nor is it a “Once Upon a Time” fairytale.
Unless you want to bring up every evil stepmother, every wicked witch, every Ursula, every Gaston, every Prince John and the Sherriff of Nottingham…every Big Bad Wolf…I think you get the picture – Only the dark and wicked side of Disney can be compared to Calvary Temple. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Disney_villains)
Tactics plays the video and quotes from the song, “Once Upon a Dream,” stating that Calvarytemplanders are sleepwalking and singing a love song to Wolf Bob Scott because he promises them a “Happy Ever After.”
I’ve got to tell you, that makes my stomach roil. I will definitely concur with the “sleepwalking.” After all, members of CT have been brainwashed by a charlatan who twists the Scripture to accomplish his self-grandiose illusions of a kingdom, creating chaos and confusion at every turn, leaving the Bobites deaf, blind, and with ice-cold hearts. But love? Wolf Bob Scott love anyone but himself? Never. What seems on the surface like a church, like a safe place, like the stuff of happy endings – remember, I once believed this myself about CTC – is truly the antithesis of anything good or Godly.
The evidence against this mirage speaks for itself: countless destroyed families; testimony after testimony of abuses of every kind imaginable; parents, children, and grandchildren divided; friends and family cut off.
And Bob Scott plays at Disneyland.
Oh yes. Calvary Temple is a freakin’ utopia, isn’t it?
Against my better judgment, I started watching The Handmaid’s Tale, a Hulu original television series. I don’t know if any of you are watching, but it is a very disturbing show…very.
BookRags offers this brief introduction:
“In Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, Offred, the main character, recounts her experiences as a Handmaid in the Republic of Gilead, a twenty-first-century authoritarian society run by radical Christian fundamentalists. In this American dystopia, women have been reduced to the status of breeders. As Offred chronicles her days as a Handmaid, she gradually pieces together for readers the horrors of the totalitarian regime and her struggle for survival.
Offred begins her story with a flashback to her time at the Rachel and Leah Center. where she and other Handmaids received their training. She remembers the Aunts, who guarded and taught them, patrolling at night with electric cattle prods and leather belts. The Handmaids-in-training were confined to what used to be a gymnasium, except for twice daily walks within the chain-link, barbed wire fence. During the long nights, the women communicated with each other in the dark by lipreading silent whispers and touching each other’s hands…” (http://www.bookrags.com/studyguide-handmaidstale/summary.html#gsc.tab=0)
Horrifying, no? And that was just a glimpse…
The book and the show are all about control. If you believe that I am reaching here when I compare the cult of Calvary Temple to The Handmaid’s Tale and Gilead, and not a Disney fantasy, you might want to give this some more thought.
Think about Calvary Temple’s track record:
Husbands separated from wives
Wives encouraged to divorce husbands
Children forced to live in the garage or locked up in their rooms, or worse
Adolescent children put out on the street with nothing but the clothes on their backs
Women locked up in motel rooms
Parents separated from children
Children who no longer speak to parents
Grandparents who have never met their grandchildren
Abuse at every turn – Spiritual, sexual, psychological, mental, physical, verbal, emotional, economic, financial
All on the command of Wolf Bob Scott
No. I’m sorry Tactics, but I simply cannot buy into the Disney premise.
Bob Scott, in case you’re wondering…Yes, Disney has its villains, but they always get theirs in the end. You and your henchmen are the creators and villains of your little cult.
And God knows.
I will warn you yet again. It’s not too late, Bob. Bow the knee. Repent. Go to all you have hurt and ask for forgiveness. Restore what you have stolen. Turn yourself into the authorities and stand for what you did. Then, and only then might there be hope for you.
To the Sterling communities and outlying areas, Calvary Temple is not a safe place. It is not a church but an authoritative and abusive cult. Please be warned. Please do not go there, regardless of any offerings of “Free” events. Nothing is free in Calvary Temple. There will always be a price to pay.
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