Friday, March 6, 2009

FLDS Women Continue to Resist Texas Nazis

Mar 06, 2009 07:07

FLDS Women Continue to Resist Texas Nazis

If the 14 year old Texas wives had been Public School victims, there would be no controversy or concern that she was a mother. The outrage is that a girl should have the good sense to find a husband to care for her and her children and not resort to the likes of the state, nor a "ministry".

The Assimilation pastors say, "Let no man separate what god has joined," with the unspoken subtext being, "except the state."

It is fitting that the victims of the state should resist, and one such woman is resisting like Ester at this season when we remember Purim. It was Ester who saved her people from the murderous "state" law enforcement officers, and turned it into a day of punishment of the disciples of government power.

The "insane" mother refuses to bow to the Hamanite 51st District Judge Barbara Walther and does not appear. How crazy is she? She "defied her mother, her attorneys and the court by refusing to appear for hearings, refusing to answer questions about the whereabouts of her child, and more recently appearing at a prearranged meeting that included CPS caseworkers and attorneys with someone else's baby." This girl fights like Deborah. And like Deborah's lone ordeal, there were no men to help her.

Sarah Barlow, her mother, has surrendered to the tyrants and is now urging her daughter's compliance and to assimilate. It is because a girl dares to defy the ranks of Texas and Colorado ministries that she is regarded as insane. We regard the pastors of the Texas and Colorado mega churches as criminally insane.
Purim, March 10 - 11, 2009