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Higher powers vs. The Family International(COG)

from illuminated - Tuesday, July 31, 2007
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NOTE: I am an atheist. I am not a sympathizer in any way of the creator of the homepage below and its teachings or the fundamentalism he/she is representing. That is not the point. This piece of the article was just something that struck a thought. ...The Children of God would be another cult whose leader David Berg had friends in high places within the US administration who protected the cult from the many allegations of child abuse and devil worship.

(Second paragraph under the eagle picture)

The Family International are victims of mind control experimentation. I thought I was alone on this one.

I suspected this along time ago. No wonder its been next to impossible to win any solid cases against The Family.

Think about it. The sect has symbols of the pyramid in their publications. The believe that that is how heaven will look like. There is some dark secrecy about the whole thing. I`m starting to believe that there must be some kind of a connection between the The Family International(aka COG), Illuminati, Freemasons, CIA and other numerous sects and orders using the pyramid symbols etc etc. Yes, I know this sounds all bizarre. Perhaps it would be a very interesting subject for Dan Brown to write about in his next book(I am a real fan)that would make an interesting read and that can make peoples minds going on the subject.

Something is clearly wrong with this group the COG. Somebody is paying someone to keep their organisation working.

The Family always used the words "friends in high-places". The Family is obviously oblivious to who these "friends" really represent or work for...think about it. Whether the highest leaders of the sect are aware about it or not will have to remain a mystery for now.

They are kept going for some reason however. Some plan. The big plan where The Family and hundreds of sects and orders around the globe all pay a some part in it all. The Family are only pawns in the bigger pictures hands. They only play an insignificant part in the whole plan...if there ever is one.

All of these crazy wars and economic wars, sects and cults etc are all part of some plan to help make this one world government dream to fall into place eventually. To keep the world and its population in confusion..because that is what they want...and its obviously working. Frankly, I don`t give a damn! What came to mind is something that David Berg said in one of his MO letters that if you can`t beat`em, join`em. Render to Caesar right? I know I will.

Best I stop talking cause this is sounding nuttier by the minute. But I don't know how far or close I am to it being some kind of truth to this unexplained mystery however incorrect or bizarre I put it. It would just be an interesting discussion to talk about here on this forum.

If there really is a one world government in the makings, well hell, I`m all for it.

OK now hit me. Pick this article apart as much as you please. I really don`t care. I`m just blabbing here. Hell, I ll pick it apart myself.

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from False Memory Syndrome Foundation
Tuesday, August 14, 2007 - 00:01

Fast foward this video to 4:27

My only opinion is that the production could use some polishing.

That user seems to have some other clips that feature the COG as well.
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from the zerb on myspace
Monday, August 13, 2007 - 03:51

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From Steven Kelly's Space
Monday, August 13, 2007, 18:54

Who can do a good Peter Hamsterdamned site?(reply to this comment
From Kelly
Monday, August 13, 2007, 05:31

LOL! (reply to this comment
From AndyH
Monday, August 13, 2007, 08:18


She has no friends! (reply to this comment

From Kelly
Monday, August 13, 2007, 09:51

someone should become her “friend” on my space so they can post insults/exposé’s might be entertaining--Do you have the time? I will set aside time to read and laugh if you write...(reply to this comment
From AndyH
Monday, August 13, 2007, 12:06


I don't have the energy. (reply to this comment

from SeanSwede
Wednesday, August 08, 2007 - 10:32


Folks, something serious seems to have happen....perhaps to our benifit. After the comment about someone having "slept with the secretary of defence "Philippines", there is an ongoing investigation within the Philippine defense department on this matter.

...hold on to your butts and stay tuned!
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From suse
Thursday, August 09, 2007, 19:19

Tell me more.(reply to this comment
From AndyH
Wednesday, August 08, 2007, 11:53


How do you know this?(reply to this comment

from ....
Tuesday, August 07, 2007 - 07:50


Labour allowed the charity, the Association for Better Living and Education (ABLE), to pay between £3,500 and £13,500 for a stall at the party's annual conference in Manchester.

Tory bosses also sanctioned a stand at their annual gathering in Bournemouth.

But MPs expressed concern after it emerged that they were part of an extensive lobbying operation by Scientology members to promote its drug treatment programme, Narconon, and the criminal rehabilitation scheme Criminon.

The "religion" founded by science fiction writer L Ron Hubbard, was once branded "corrupt, sinister, immoral and dangerous" by High Court judge Mr Justice Latey.

The Home Office has refused to sanction Narconon because it "does not meet the minimum standard for drug treatment delivery. It has never been funded by the Prison Service."

But papers released under the Freedom of Information Act reveal that Graeme Wilson, the chief UK spokesman for the Scientologists, met Baroness Scotland - then a Home Office minister - in Manchester.

He then wrote to the Home Office inviting ministers to the opening of the new Scientology base in London. Drugs minister Vernon Coaker declined the invitation due to "diary commitments".

Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker said: "Scientology is a dubious cult at best and it's worrying that it seems to have infiltrated both Labour and the Tories in this way. It only goes to show that some politicians are prepared to take money from anyone. Given Scientology's record of spin it is no surprise that they have links to this Labour Government."

A Labour spokesman insisted that the payment was a business transaction and did not constitute a donation to the party. He added: "Approval for organisations looking to attend conferences is made after careful consideration by the NEC board. We do reserve the right to exclude an organisation but in this case approval was given. Every year exhibitors represent a range of views and opinions. Their policies may not always reflect those of the Labour Party."

A Tory spokesman said: "Many organisations rent space at our conference to exhibit. Like Labour we reserve the right to exclude an organisation. In this case we allowed Narconon to rent a stand to exhibit their work on drug rehabilitation."

Critics of Narconon claim it is a front for Scientology. The programme, which uses Mr Hubbard's teachings to help wean addicts from drugs, is funded by £15,000 payments from participants for a six month course. But the website for ABLE, the charity behind it, admits they "receive much support from Scientologists and from churches of Scientology".

A spokeswoman for the Church of Scientology claimed that the treatment programme, which makes patients go "cold turkey" has a 75 to 80 per cent success rate.

But in 2001 London Mayor Ken Livingstone banned the Scientologists from promoting it at an event in Trafalgar Square. He dismissed it as "a medically unproven policy which I am advised could be dangerous' and 'a spurious medical programme which many drugs professionals are concerned about."

Former Tory minister John Gummer said the Home Office should have nothing to do with Scientology. He said: "They have often presented their views under the cover of some kind of charitable exercise. Those who are the most vulnerable should be the most protected."

The revelations came after the Daily Mail revealed that Scientologists infiltrated the City of London police handing thousands of pounds worth of gifts to officers. The group - which is worth £200million worldwide - handed out free invitations to film premieres and a £500a-head charity dinner where the guest of honour was Tom Cruise.

The Charity Commission in Britain has refused to register the Church of Scientiology, which has faced repeated claims that new members are manipulated and enticed into spending thousands of pounds on Scientology courses.

In 1994 the Californian Court of Appeal accepted that the techniques of Scientology constitute "brainwashing" and "thought reform".

A Scientology spokeswoman said: "Making our programmes and work known to the various members of parliament and their staff is a responsibility of ours.

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from a world..
Saturday, August 04, 2007 - 06:31

...filled with mind controled /cult member zombies, obeidient to one leader is not a healthy state for humanity to be in, for sure.

look up CIA connection to cults. Many were started by the CIA. There is a lot of info on the net about this. Search youtube and google videos too.

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from cheeks
Wednesday, August 01, 2007 - 13:09

Average visitor agreement is 1 out of 5(Agree/Disagree?)
I don't know if I want whatever you are taking, or if I hope you stop taking whatever substance you are taking. Either way it's good shit. I think you should tell us what it is so we can get some if we wish.
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from Falcon
Wednesday, August 01, 2007 - 13:03

Average visitor agreement is 3 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 3 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 3 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 3 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 3 out of 5(Agree/Disagree?)
Typical conspiracy theorist scaremongering rubbish!
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from Ef-effing
Tuesday, July 31, 2007 - 18:16


The only time the family had any 'friends' in high places was when they were trading it for sex.

Who was the highest level john/client of FF'ing? The highest one I can think of was an attorney in the Philippines that gave them their house & had contacts in the military. Was there anyone that beat that?
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From suse
Thursday, August 02, 2007, 22:21

I slept with the Secretary of Defense (Phillipines) every week for six months. (reply to this comment
From cheeks
Tuesday, August 07, 2007, 19:48

EEEWWWWW(reply to this comment
From suse
Thursday, August 09, 2007, 19:21

Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5(
I didn't mean it in a boastful way, it was disgusting. My first taste of being a prostitute for the Family. It is an interesting story though. (reply to this comment
From AndyH
Thursday, August 09, 2007, 23:13

I'm sure this is meaningless, but I'm really sorry you had to go through that. (reply to this comment
From Impressed
Friday, August 03, 2007, 04:07

If that's true, YOU should be writing a book!(reply to this comment
From suse
Tuesday, August 07, 2007, 18:21

Of course its true. Who has time to write a book! (reply to this comment
From Impressed
Tuesday, August 07, 2007, 18:43

Evidently, quite a lot of people.(reply to this comment
From how about
Tuesday, July 31, 2007, 19:13


Argentina's richest industrialist, rich on the level of the world's richest people. As far as specific favors he reportedly once wrote a $900,000 USD check for the Family. At one point the NAS'es of Argentina Uruguay and Paraguay and shepherds of the local selah FF Home in the mid-80's, Mario Torres and Sophia Dow AKA Agustin and Paloma (see and even moved into his mansion, ostensibly to watch his FFer's kids. The FF'ers husband was sent off somewhere, maybe Japan. In South American countries one contact like that buys you anything, starting with judges.

The Fish married the FFer then divorced her for another young thing who probably has less meddlesome pimps.(reply to this comment

from shikaka
Tuesday, July 31, 2007 - 12:23

Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5(Agree/Disagree?)

Last I checked, most "field" family homes still support themselves by begging. There is a nice brainwashed family clone who balloons at the El Torito I go to occasionally. If the "illuminati" are funding the family, they're doing a piss-poor job of it. Most regular family grunts struggle to pay the bills every month.

Is there a customer service hotline I can call for the illuminati headquarters? I need to get about $700,000 deposited into my mom's non-existent retirement fund ASAP.
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From I want to know
Tuesday, July 31, 2007, 20:08

Where's my check, Mr. Rothschild?

Dear Jew,

As you may know, our world-wide domination has continued unchallenged for over fifty years. We control all business from movies to mainframes and have key people planted in the seats of power in case any group, such as the Nazis, should ever again try to unseat us from power by trying to kill every last one of us.

We are strong, but yet there is risk in the world. Our plan to undermine certain Muslim leaders by making them look foolish or unwise is no guarantee of our long-term success. And Israel, though strong, is technically still at war with most of her neighbors, who, despite occasionally advocating a Palestinian state, often forget to remind the world that their "roadmap to peace" is the total destruction of the state of Israel and the expulsion of the Jews.

So we need your help immediately. Your specific instructions are as follows:

1. If you do not have a good education, get one immediately.
2. If your income is currently low, you can apply for a loan from the secret Jewish World Domination Fund. Do not expect overt (read: traceable) payments. Instead, payment will be made in the form of chocolate gold-wrapped coins. Do not eat these.
3. Become a Doctor, Lawyer, or Media Mogul, but preferably one of the latter two. Lawyers can become political and business leaders. Media Moguls can shape the public mind with our own brand of misinformation about foolish Muslim leaders.
4. Marry and produce as many children as you can afford. We must out-populate the Muslims and the Irish.
5. Make as much money as possible. Invest. Buy things. Own things. Control things.
6. Do not run for public office–this will get too much attention (note: Lieberman is a rogue and must be stopped). Rather control the levers of power secretly, discretely, and effectively.
7. If you experience any form of anti-semitism, violence, prejudice, chastisement for killing Christ (our greatest coup in history!), or criticism of Israel, report it immediately. Do not panic. The offenders will soon be "eliminated" by our secret squad of black-suited assassins, cleverly disguised as Hasidic Jews.
8. Always wear clean underwear.

Your mission is a secret one, so do not tell anyone of our plans on pain of extreme guilt, bordering on death. Your mother is a Jew. Your grandmother is a Jew. They will be watching you, as will we all. Next Year, in Israel!


The Jewish World Domination Committee.(reply to this comment
From thatata
Thursday, August 02, 2007, 13:10

Average visitor agreement is 1 out of 5(Agree/Disagree?)
First I thought,mabye this was written by some racialist; we had one awhile back.But,mabye its from some unFamily person ,making a joke.(reply to this comment
From A Jew
Thursday, August 02, 2007, 17:53

Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5(

Thatata meet Satire.

Satire, meet Thatata. (reply to this comment

From thatata
Friday, August 03, 2007, 01:56

Hello.I thought wed never meet.(reply to this comment
From AndyH
Wednesday, August 01, 2007, 08:07


This is hilarious. Who wrote it?(reply to this comment

from SeanSwede
Tuesday, July 31, 2007 - 11:15

The the stupid Family COG are just pawns in the hands of the AC? Hahahahah! Than they must be really, really stupid! I guess real politics are probably alot more complicated than we think. This sounds almost unbelievable. I dont blame you whoever you are for getting flack. People on this site only think with simple minds anyhow.
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from Ne Oublie
Tuesday, July 31, 2007 - 10:51

What a load of utter bollocks! And on so many levels! You'll forgive me if I don't take this site - or anyone who even begins to ascribe to the views of this site - seriously. But, get a life and grow a brain already!
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from exfamily
Tuesday, July 31, 2007 - 10:08

A bunch of conspiracy nonsense. Next they'll be getting prophecies confirming their theories.
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from afflick
Tuesday, July 31, 2007 - 08:57

Oh, yes! The Family is so big and important that Dan Brown should research a book on their doings. Because they are so secretive and well-funded by the highest levels of government. Even detractors of the group want to believe it is special. The Family is not special, but the author of this page sure is!
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from AndyH
Tuesday, July 31, 2007 - 08:10

There are a million sites like these. This one is not particularly interesting.
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