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Re: Why isn't Creativity huge?
« Reply #20 on: 16 January 2013 at 22:29 »
Another thought is that I keep encountering people driven out from Creativity. Reverends Melody and Jason la Rue, Guy Lombardi etc for example. This is just wrong. No person cannot be expelled from any organisation let alone a Religion without due process. Basic Laws and common sense procedure apply to anything from amateur dramatic society's to fishing clubs or employment and at least allow any decision to be challenged with regards to discipline.


In any employment you have the first step of a verbal warning which can be appealed. The second step is a written warning which can be appealed, the third step is a final written warning which again can be appealed.
Even such a notable historical figure as Napoleon Bonaparte was arrested by the french Revolutionary commitee for public safety, under penalty of death he was questioned and then exonerated.
A loose Religion organisation like Creativity that has no teeth cannot discipline nor expel anyone and anyone treated so is justly able to go off and form their own Creativity group.
Its not an ideal situation and there should really be just one group but ultimately the true church will just be the biggest that evolves organically.

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Re: Why isn't Creativity huge?
« Reply #21 on: 17 January 2013 at 01:26 »
Yes, a lot of first era Church Members with Founder Ben Klassen were expelled by the second era Church because of power trips, egomania and sheer bastardry. Other first era Creators abandoned Creativity when they saw the writing on the wall, while still others fought on, attempting to rein in the then current PM. They failed, but their final attempt to put Creativity back on the right track is one of the many reasons we have the Creativity Alliance (incorporating the Church of Creativity) as it is today. The second era of Creativity was one of endless denunciations that led to an irreparable breach in both the Brotherhood and the Creed. That is why we respect the choices of older (and newer) Creators to either join our Church or remain Independent.

People who annoy us but do no physical harm to either Creativity or Creator: We just turn our backs on those types and wait for them to either disappear or wake up and learn. Usually they are just loud mouths. Sometimes they do wake up to themselves and join us, or at the very least accept us as brothers while remaining as Independent Creators themselves; but most of the time they are intellectually deficient in some manner - bipolar and sociopaths for the most part, although some psychopaths make the rejected list - and live for the thrill of playing out their petty machinations. While the second type has existed since the beginning of time, in Creativity they were more a product of the second era Church. As we put that past behind us, so we bury the sociopaths and psychopaths of that era.

In this the third era - our era of Creativity, we give everyone a second chance. The only ones that do not get a second chance are those that show themselves through their actions that they are intellectually deficient, or commit crimes that grate against the very moral fibre of our glorious White Racial Religion, Creativity. And then, the position our Church takes regarding these individuals is still a decision for the Guardians of the Faith Committee to make; but it is THEIRS to make to protect our Church and our Creed.

To be blunt: No one man has the right to decide the future of any individual within or even remotely connected to our Church, or indeed, the future of our Church itself. Creativity is a Religious Creed, and our Church is the leading light of that Creed. And just as no one man owns our Church, we have to accept that no one Church owns that Creed. And again, that is why we respect the choices of our brothers and sisters who follow the Creed and keep the Faith, but choose, for whatever reasons, not to join our Church. It is also why our Guardians of the Faith Committee accept and respect the input of Independent Creators when it comes to matters such as Excommunication from our Creed.

And I say that as Pontifex Maximus and Chairman of the Guardians of the Faith Committee of the Creativity Alliance incorporating the Church of Creativity.

Cailen.
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Re: Why isn't Creativity huge?
« Reply #22 on: 05 February 2015 at 08:09 »
where is my hope for the white race is when i see white men and white women who have never pick up non white ways of life and heve ever stay honnest even with the jews pushing them to do so , like living for money and power only in their life time

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Re: Why isn't Creativity huge?
« Reply #23 on: 06 February 2015 at 23:13 »
From a Brother on Twitter
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Why does our religion not have the success it deserves? Was it our mistake?

It was certainly our mistake to not impose member quality control at an earlier stage.

Cailen.
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Re: Why isn't Creativity huge?
« Reply #24 on: 27 April 2015 at 01:01 »
Two main reasons:
One, the Jews and their Mud allies work hard to discredit Creativity or so called "racists" at every chance they get, be it through the media, the law or in fact illegal means.
Two, I feel our current members are not doing all they can to promote Creativity, rarely do I see pamphlets or what not from our church in the news. I am guilty of this sin myself, and I hope to correct that this coming summer once I'm on summer break.
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