Boulder’s Yellow Deli facing eviction over condo association concerns

Source: Daily Camera Boulder County Business By Shay CastleStaff Writer Posted:   06/09/2017   Philip Corley makes a fruit salad at the Yellow Deli on Pearl Street on Friday. (Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer) Boulder’s Yellow Deli might be forced out of business after its fellow property owners at 900 West Pearl voted for changes…

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Twelve Tribes: The Church Preached Child Abuse & Slavery

Source: The daily beast Luke O’Neil 07.17.16 2:01 PM ET According to ex-members of Twelve Tribes who spoke to The Daily Beast, children are regularly beaten and leaders preached “slavery is necessary.” Now, an escapee has taken over the Facebook page of the Plymouth bakery run by the commune so he can broadcast its ills….

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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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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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Maté with a message

Source:Cindy.com, Colorado Springs Independent February 28, 2008 Manitou café mixes religion with its brew, but dismisses ‘cult’ catcalls By Amanda Lundgren L’Aura Montgomery Dayag Anashiym and his wife, Tsebiah Shel Dayag, with their drink of choice. The Maté Factor in Manitou Springs is something of a mystery to many. Before my visits, I didn’t even…

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“Cult” gets free advertising in Colorado newspaper

Source: Cultnews DaAdmin Miscellaneous 2008-02-28 “Twelve Tribes,” a notorious religious group, often called a “cult,” has apparently moved into a town in Colorado, Manitou Springs. The group is ruled by a self-proclaimed “prophet”/dictator named Elbert Eugene Spriggs (see photo with wife left). The sect has opened a café the “Maté Factor” and two group homes,…

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Peacemaker bus used for recruitment of drug fueled Phish followers

8/2004 They like their women subservient, their homosexuals closeted and their children kept in line via strict corporal punishment. 8/26/09 Keep your children away.  They like little girls for production and boys for slave labor. 8/4/2010 So we get on the bus, and I get some really good hot cocoa and they clean my lip. …

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A Father’s Story

The Greene County News November 12, 1998 Mark Spoor Coxsackie – Mike Reichmann looks like any average 57 year old man.  With his red checkered tie positioned expertly in a double Windsor knot over a perfectly tucked blue shirt and light khakis, you’d think his life was as normal as Joe Q. Public. But Reichmann…

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