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Drama at Strongsville, Ohio a suburb of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County - "Drug dealer steals money from addict at AA meeting"

Drug dealer steals money from addict at AA meeting: Strongsville Police Blotter

John Benson, special to Sun News By John Benson, special to Sun News
on December 03, 2015 at 10:17 AM, updated December 03, 2015 at 10:19 AM

Theft, Pearl Road: On Nov. 29, a woman called to say her ex-drug dealer appeared at her AA meeting. The man forced her into his car and stole her money.

Apparently the guy was collecting old debts. Police are investigating.

Where does the term "Alcoholics Anonymous Classes" come from and who started it?

Normally when you hear about "Alcoholics Anonymous Classes" it relates to a judge or magistrate ordering someone before them to go to a certain number of AA meetings or they will be sanctioned by loss of liberty, licenses or both. The prospect hunting bible of Alcoholics Anonymous commonly called "The Big Book" does not mention classes. Where did the term come from and why has the misconception been propagated in the press?

Why is AA Affiliating With the Courts? We have all heard it before, MY AA Group doesn't sign court cards, yet they advertize that they go to Jails, Prisons and Court Systems looking for AA Prospects.

TheFix has picked up on Court mandated (coerced) AA prospects and AA Zealots are claiming that their groups handle things differently(https://www.thefix.com/ask-expert-why-aa-affiliating-courts). The only thing is the "literature" from the Alcoholics Anonymous Interchurch Center on 475 Riverside Drive, NYC directs them how to hunt for canned prospects and how to coerce courts on how to send them an ample supply of new AA recruits constantly.

Systematic Gang Stalking manual of Alcoholics Anonymous "When you discover a prospect for Alcoholics Anonymous, find out all you can about him." page 90 of the AA gang stalking manual commonly called "The Big Book" Chapter 7 "Working with Others"

Chapter 7 of the book Alcoholics Anonymous teaches members of AA the proper way to gang stalk those they methodically target for assimilation and training of new gang stalkers that they call Sponsees. Once the AA Sponcee it trained they are expected to become gang stalkers identified as AA Sponsors. Chapter 7 of the AA "Big Book" is entitled "Working with Others" and as the title suggests the chapter explains how to gang stalk AA prospects.

The SYNANON Chuck Dederich and Alcoholics Anonymous Bill Wilson Ouija Board association and similarity.

It is known by many that Bill Wilson moved to Stepping Stones on April 11, 1941 and had a "Spook Room" where he "held séances and practiced with a Ouija board" (http://www.barefootsworld.net/aasteppingstones.html).

Let's put the Alcoholics Anonymous "Spiritual, not Religious" word games to rest. Besides Alcoholics Anonymous what other movement claims to be "Spiritual, not Religious" and what Religious organization claims to be "NOT" Spiritual?

Let's put the Alcoholics Anonymous "Spiritual, not Religious" word games to rest. Besides Alcoholics Anonymous what other movement claims to be "Spiritual, not Religious" and what Religious organization claims to be NOT "Spiritual" but Religious? No such organization exits for the latter except for the SBNR movements and I can only find one for the first...

75 yrear old homicide victim in Austin Texas AA Area 68 District 3B/3C knew his alledged murderer in AA for seven years - Alledged murderer also faces endangering victim’s grandson

Man charged with endangering victim’s grandson now murder suspect

KVUE 7:03 p.m. CST December 4, 2015

AUSTIN – The day after police charged a man with endangering a homicide victim's grandson, police have confirmed Friday that the same man is the suspect of the grandfather's death.

"We do believe Mr. Pentland is a suspect in the death of Philip Liberty," said Austin Police Lt. Justin Newsom. Liberty, 75, was found dead in his northwest Austin home in November.


"The Power of Faith and Prayer?" Do the 12 Commandments of Bill Wilson Work?

The Power of Faith and Prayer?

Posted by Steven Novella on August 3, 2011 47 Comments

Does having only a cellphone lead to more binge drinking than having a land-line telephone? According to a CDC study it just may

Are you still seeing that correlation with risky behavior, or are we maybe approaching a point where only having a cellphone is more of a factor of convenience?
We still see it in the general data, so if you take a look at the report, you can see that 29 percent of wireless-only adults are binge drinkers whereas only 18 percent of adults living in landline households drink heavily.

Sheriff William Snyder of Martin County, Florida Alcoholics Anonymous General Service Area 15 District 6 is concerned about the lack of control over sober homes in his area.

Sheriff warns of growing sober homes

Story by Greg Angel /CBS12 November 10, 2015

STUART (CBS12) -- An unregistered sex offender dumped off at a local Walmart by a local sober home has turned himself in to the Martin County Sheriff's Office.

Prohibition Comes to an End and the cult commonly called Alcoholics Anonymous is incubated in church basements.....

Prohibition Comes to an End

The high price of bootleg liquor meant that the nation’s working class and poor were far more restricted during Prohibition than middle or upper class Americans. Even as costs for law enforcement, jails and prisons spiraled upward, support for Prohibition was waning by the end of the 1920s. In addition, fundamentalist and nativist forces had gained more control over the temperance movement, alienating its more moderate members.

Celebrities captured by the dragnet of Alcoholics Anonymous - is AA purposely targeting these high worth prospects? Is AA the disease of the wealthy?

How many of these celebrities were coerced into the cult commonly known as Alcoholics Anonymous?
1. Stephen King
2. Robin Williams
3. Ben Affleck
4. Michael J. Fox
5. Jamie Lee Curtis
6. Diana Ross
7. Mel Gibson
8. Johnny Depp
9. Mickey Mantle
10. Billie Holiday
11. Eminem
12. Anthony Hopkins
13. Daniel Radcliffe
14. Steven Tyler
15. Robert Downey, Jr.
16. Kristin Davis
17. Leonard Nimoy
18. Alec Baldwin
19. Elton John
20. Charlie Watts
21. Nick Nolte

What is "Rule 62" in Alcoholics Anonymous? Should AA trolls be following it?

Rule 62

Don't take yourself so damn seriously.

The Story of Rule 62

How the USA can regulate the abuse in the "Troubled Teen" Billion $ industry WWASP - H.R. 3060 2015

H.R. 3060 Stop Child Abuse in Residential Programs for Teens Act of 2015

Stop Child Abuse in Residential Programs for Teens Act of 2015 This bill directs the Department of Health and Human Services to require each covered program to prohibit child abuse and neglect and meet specified minimum standards.

Alocoholics Anonymous member kills 3 people in Colorado Springs, CO AA Area 10 District 7 Sat. Oct. 31, 2015

In a very sad sequence of events a 33 year old recovering alcoholic identified as Noah Jacob Harpham, who regularly talked to his AA Sponsor in AA Area 10 District 7 (http://coloradospringsaa.org/members/district-7) shot and killed an unknown bicyclist in his neighborhood and then walked to a female sober home and killed two of the residents.

Save the Orange Papers Reminder for future survivors of Alcoholics Anonymous

No special installation is required — just make a new empty subdirectory ("folder" in Windowese) and put all 178 archive files in it, then unpack them, and then start browsing with the "index.html" or "menu1.html" web page.
For more information see Archive files now available: http://www.orange-papers.org/

Prayers to GOD for the Spiritual non-religious Alcoholics Anonymous Step meetings. Direct from the AA Bible called the Big Book (BB)



God, Creative Intelligence, Universal Mind, Spirit of Nature or Spirit of the Universe my name is ______, And I'm a real alcoholic ... and I need your help today.
(pg.. 10-2, 46, & Chp. 3 BB)

2nd STEP

God, I'm standing at the turning point right now. Give me your protection and care as I abandon myself to you and give up my old ways and my old ideas just for today.
(p. 59 BB)

3rd STEP

Primary Purpose and the Special-Purpose Groups in AA from the A.A. Grapevine, Inc., October 1977 (the non-conference approved "literature" of Alcoholics Anonymous)

Many members feel that no AA group is special and, therefore, that no group should be labeled as such or even give the impression that it is "special." However, the fact is that such groups do exist - in the United States and Canada, at least. There are women's groups, stag groups, young people's groups, and groups for priests, doctors, lawyers, and homosexual members. These groups feel that the "labels" serve the purpose of attraction (double identification) and are not intended to imply exclusion of other alcoholics.

Al-anon and Alateen the gateway cult to Alcoholics Anonymous and why it breaks up families unless you become full fledged AA members....

I'm sure everyone has seen them, the wonderful AA couple that go to meetings together. It usually doesn't start out that way, it just evolves into being that way because of the gateway cults of Al-Anon and Alateen that talk the prospects into being alcoholics through repetitious chanting. When a prospect is identified in 12 Step the coven does everything to "find out all about" them and goes to the spouse and children of their target and tell them it is a family disease and they must go to Al-Anon or Alateen to "help" and understand the made up disease they are peddling.

Surviving Straight Inc ® - When Alcoholics Anonymous "Principles" are used on Children...

Straight, Inc. (1976-1993) publicly claimed to rehabilitate teenage drug users by using tough love and Alcoholics Anonymous principles. Straight, Inc. provided NO professional counseling: Straight, Inc.'s "treatment model" relied exclusively on "positive peer pressure" from unprofessional staff (program graduates) and from the teenage clients. Straight, Inc. claimed to have an astronomically high success rate and was supported by both the Reagan and Bush administrations. However, Straight, Inc. did not publicly reveal what many survivors will tell you. The REAL Straight, Inc.

When confessing sins and asking for forgiveness goes wrong at Word of Life Church in Mohawk Valley, New Hartford, NY - 19 year old dies as a result Sunday Oct 11, 2015

Another "counseling session" in a Church discussing the "Spiritual State" ends in the death of Lucas Leonard and seriously injures his younger brother Christopher. While this does not appear to have any direct ties to Alcoholics Anonymous, it does have to do with Spirituality (core tenet of AA) and is called a "Counseling Session" which is the new codeword lately for AA meetings....

Church "counseling session" ends in beating death, six arrests

Kicking Heroin with Ibogaine...


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