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Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs are a cult
Shakey1
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Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs are a cult
Yes, no? You won't get me butt-hurt. I think it is, or they probably are or could be to some degree. Everything is NWO-related at some level. What else is sacrosanct or taboo? There's a pyramid paradigm, and they can suck my f*cking cock Cheers

This poll is up for 28 days, btw chuckle

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RE: Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs are a cult

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RE: Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs are a cult
I would tend to agree on some level.

They always have a somewhat charismatic leader of sorts that says just the right thing at just the right time.They also tend to shun those who dont see things as they do and seem to always have a "Holier than Thou"Additude.

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10-02-2012 12:03 PM

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RE: Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs are a cult
They creep me out, remind me of Mormons....

Shakey have a smoke for me buddy, on 11th day quit cold turkey, but still drinking.

Cheers

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Post: #5
RE: Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs are a cult
Well, they push God on you, they just don't pick the God. So in a way, yes it is.

2: Recognizing a higher power that can give strength.

This can be taken a lot of ways though. It's just my opinion that God is pushed here...... In all fairness, I tend to look too deep at statements like this.
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Shakey1
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RE: Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs are a cult
I had experience with 12-step meetings in my late teens/early 20's and late 20's, early 30's. I dig the A.A. big book. I don't doubt Bill or Bob's or many A.A.'ers Higher Power intentions, but like a lot of shit, I think the 'program' got hi-jacked along the way. I really never got past my 4th step (sex inventory, particularly). I enjoyed a lot of the meetings and people, but there was a big push to 'get a sponsor' and 'work the steps'. I pretty much went back to A.A. because of a failed relationship, and that's sort of what I knew from my previous history. I did that shit pretty much every day for about 6 months, but eventually had a falling out. No hard feelings, but since coming into the NWO conspiracy worldview, I believe the pyramid's evil eye has been poking its nose up into this organization. Who knows when it got infiltrated (maybe, like the U.S. of A.), since its inception. I don't know much about cults, or even Scientology, but it's reminiscent of Scientology in its divulgence of secrets mandate, or Mormonism in its ostracization protocols I know A.A. and 12-step programs have helped a lot of folks, but I like to keep a critical mind. No disrespect intended, but it begs a discussion, imo Jhikpghf

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RE: Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs are a cult
Shakey1  Wrote: (10-02-2012 11:56 AM)
Yes, no? You won't get me butt-hurt. I think it is, or they probably are or could be to some degree. Everything is NWO-related at some level. What else is sacrosanct or taboo? There's a pyramid paradigm, and they can suck my f*cking cock Cheers

I never considered that before. In my experience, when people join, they don't have many places to turn. Some are successful at overcoming, what I call spiritual sickness, without 12-step programs.
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Shakey1
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RE: Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs are a cult
blind prophet  Wrote: (10-02-2012 12:03 PM)
They creep me out, remind me of Mormons....

Shakey have a smoke for me buddy, on 11th day quit cold turkey, but still drinking.

Cheers

I quit smoking cigs on 9/11/2001, but I did 'relapse' and had quite a few cigarettes when I was in Fallujah (I started again about mid-way through my deployment, after an IED explosion in a Humvee I was in). I smoked cigars for a time towards the end of that deployment and while back CONUS, but the shitting and light-headedness cured that addiction fairly quickly doomed

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RE: Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs are a cult
Shakey1  Wrote: (10-02-2012 12:15 PM)
I had experience with 12-step meetings in my late teens/early 20's and late 20's, early 30's. I dig the A.A. big book. I don't doubt Bill or Bob's or many A.A.'ers Higher Power intentions, but like a lot of shit, I think the 'program' got hi-jacked along the way. I really never got past my 4th step (sex inventory, particularly). I enjoyed a lot of the meetings and people, but there was a big push to 'get a sponsor' and 'work the steps'. I pretty much went back to A.A. because of a failed relationship, and that's sort of what I knew from my previous history. I did that shit pretty much every day for about 6 months, but eventually had a falling out. No hard feelings, but since coming into the NWO conspiracy worldview, I believe the pyramid's evil eye has been poking its nose up into this organization. Who knows when it got infiltrated (maybe, like the U.S. of A.), since its inception. I don't know much about cults, or even Scientology, but it's reminiscent of Scientology in its divulgence of secrets mandate (to me, anyway). I know A.A. and 12-step programs have helped a lot of folks, but I like to keep a critical mind. No disrespect intended, but it begs a discussion, imo Jhikpghf

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Post: #10
RE: Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs are a cult
Nope just a support group.

Touchy feely. Tissue

Oh I feel better now chuckle
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Hi Shakey1 Hello


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RE: Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs are a cult
Shakey1  Wrote: (10-02-2012 12:21 PM)
blind prophet  Wrote: (10-02-2012 12:03 PM)
They creep me out, remind me of Mormons....

Shakey have a smoke for me buddy, on 11th day quit cold turkey, but still drinking.

Cheers

I quit smoking cigs on 9/11/2001, but I did 'relapse' and had quite a few cigarettes when I was in Fallujah (I started again about mid-way through my deployment, after an IED explosion in a Humvee I was in). I smoked cigars for a time towards the end of that deployment and while back CONUS, but the shitting and light-headedness cured that addiction fairly quickly doomed

Tissue

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Shakey1
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RE: Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs are a cult
SecretGeek  Wrote: (10-02-2012 12:26 PM)
Write down all the garbage you ever did on a stack of paper or type it into a software program. Secure the document. If you don't know anyone you can trust to read it to, hire someone bound by the law, like a psychologist or attorney.

I doubt if I'll ever do that chuckle i feel like I got bigger NWO problems that supercedes ETOH, anyhow doomed
Shit's b/twn me and God or f*cking Jesus/Michael. If some dildo who's a human being comes into my path who I feel I need to share shit with, I'll do that (and I have, to an extent). I wasn't going to be pressured into doing so by A.A., however (and this caucasian negro has drank a shit ton of beer since then, too). A.A. is run centrally in New York. The logo of A.A. is a triangle. It doesn't take a f*cking conspiracy genius to put a few digits together to add up to an occult denominator.

Shootzoo  Wrote: (10-02-2012 12:30 PM)
Hi Shakey1 Hello
chuckle

Hey, Shootz

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Shootzoo
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RE: Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-step programs are a cult
blind prophet  Wrote: (10-02-2012 12:03 PM)
They creep me out, remind me of Mormons....

Shakey have a smoke for me buddy, on 11th day quit cold turkey, but still drinking.

Cheers

That's good news and it didn't take a 12 step program you say? Humm Maybe I should try not smoking. Been thinking about it. Stay strong BP.
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blind prophet  Wrote: (10-02-2012 12:32 PM)
Tissue

Thanks for your intent brother

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