Posts justifying slavery and child abuse appear on Blue Blinds Bakery Facebook page

Souce: MassLive By Alban Murtishi, MassLive.com Follow on Twitter on July 11, 2016 at 4:54 PM Recent posts advocating for the return of slavery and corporal punishment of children have appeared on the Facebook page of The Blue Blinds Bakery in Plymouth leaving some question as to their origins. The most recent post alleges that the page…

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A Bakery, a Christian Cult, and the Reach of Social Media

Source: Patheos.com July 11, 2016 by Peg Aloi The Blue Blinds Bakery in Plymouth, Massachusetts looks to all outwards appearances like a nice friendly family-owned business. It’s gotten great reviews for its food and service in major media outlets like the Boston Globe and, until rather recently, their Yelp page also contained many positive reviews for…

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Family Owned Bakery Kills Business by Promoting Slavery And Child Abuse on Facebook

Source: Liberals unite The Blue Blinds Bakery, apparently named for its blue shutters, posted the following on their Facebook page on Thursday: “we have decided to use our Facebook page as an active evangelism tool.” And that would be great if it meant following the teachings of Jesus Christ of reaching out to the less…

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20 Diversion Tactics Highly Manipulative Narcissists, Sociopaths And Psychopaths Use To Silence You

Source:Thought Catalogue.com 30 June 2016 Shahida Arabi 509 Comments Toxic people such as malignant narcissists, psychopaths and those with antisocial traits engage in maladaptive behaviors in relationships that ultimately exploit, demean and hurt their intimate partners, family members and friends. They use a plethora of diversionary tactics that distort the reality of their victims and…

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The Ugly Truth Behind Real-Life Cults (inc. 12 T.)

Source: VANITY FAIR,The Path Fact-Checked: The Ugly Truth Behind Real-Life Cults The new Hulu drama premieres on Wednesday. by Julie Miller March 30, 2016 5:55 pm When Jessica Goldberg first sat down to create The Path—the hour-long Hulu drama about family members in a fictional cult—she focused first on the core marital couple, played by…

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This Woman Was Raised By a Notorious Cult. Here’s How She Finally Got Away.

Source: Project Literacy-March 2016 by Kirstin Kelley 15 March 2016 This story is part of an ongoing campaign called the Alphabet of Illiteracy. By using letters themselves—the foundation of reading and writing—Project Literacy examines the ways illiteracy underpins some of the greatest challenges facing the world today. Below, we explore the letter R for “radicalization.”  For many of us, cults are…

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Twelve Tribes Communities. A warning [from a fellow traveler]

Source: Reddit.com From Vagabond, posted on 25 of January 2016 So mainly in the northeast but also in Tennessee, Georgia, and even Europe there’s this group they call themselves the 12 tribes. They are really really (like freakishly) nice to travelers, and recruit them for the communities. Basically they invited you back to the compound,…

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My accidental sleep over with a cult

Source: Appalachiantrails.com Cynthia Stewart August 3, 2015 I docked my canoe at Watermelon Campground at last. I had just paddled about 150 miles on the Shenandoah River, which flows parallel to the Appalachian Trail in the Shenandoah Mountains of Virginia. Hikers call this aqua-blazing, as opposed to following the white blazes that mark the Appalachian…

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Is the Twelve Tribes a Cult?

Source: Goodmanson blog There are many ‘anti-cult’ sites (Rick Ross Twelve Tribes resources, Twelve Tribes-EX) that attack the Twelve Tribes for being a cult. Their claims often attack positions the Twelve Tribes takes on discipline, lifestyle and Biblical authority. I’ve had a couple people request feedback from my stay at the Twelve Tribes commune in…

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