Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): Built on a Foundation of Lies

The founding of AA was built on a hotbed of propaganda and lies: • Bill W. did not write the big book • The big book was actually a conglomeration of 3-4 previous writings by various authors on the subject of alcohol & religion • Bill W. did not get “guidance” from a dead monk in writing the 12x12 • Spiritual not religious • AA’s effectiveness • Will not remove defects of character • God will not perform a miracle, but only for those that have thoroughly followed the path of AA • Not possible to recover w/o AA • BillW never used 12 steps to get sober

There is alot of anger about AA. Anger can create energy.

How can an individual use this energy to bring care for people with addiction issues to the 21'st century? How can we gain the strength to make this happen?

Should parents bring their children to Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings? What is a "child friendly" AA meeting?

Questions still arise as to whether people should bring their children to Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings where many of the attendees have been recruited from jails and prisons or mandated to attend because of sexual assaults or domestic violence. The average 12 Step member will claim they are the safest places in the world and if you find a dangerous one, just go to a different meeting. But lets face it, these people are living in a delusional perfect world that is non-existent.

Mentos... Fresh and full of life!

Did you ever notice in those Mentos commercials that someone is always doing something their not supposed to be doing, and when they get busted they just pull out some Mentos and everything is fine? It's like somehow Mentos is the get out of jail free card... one can do no wrong so long as they have some Mentos in their pocket... All they have to do is whip them out and smile, and all is forgiven.

Prelim information is coming in of an upcoming film release about a sister cult

Word has been recieved that hidden cam footage of Mitt Romney in his full mormon/masonic regalia doing secret rituals inside a secretive LDS temple is about to be released with several national news organizations taking interest. I have been aware of the existance of this film for months, and the owner continued to promise an October surprise. Apparently a deal with Bill Mahar went bad and this thing is about to be national. If only it could have been an AA faith thing.

Want to Scare on Halloween? Go as an Addict!

I posted this on my old blog last year, but seeing as it's Halloween....(

October 2012 - Another Milestone for the Orange Papers - Highest Internet Activity Ever

The final numbers for the Internet activity of October 2012 for the Orange Papers aren't in yet, but with 24 hours left in the monitoring cycle a new milestone has been made.

Generated 31-Oct-2012 07:19 MDT - Monthly Totals (With one more day left in the month)
Sites - 86731
KBytes - 175596771
Visits - 148617
Pages - 1118966
Files - 2217293
Hits - 2562868

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): Playing Doctor?

F O R E W O R D Before considering the attached proposal, certain information should be known by the reader.

Interesting blog about Mike Q

For the whole blog click on the link. Here is a snippet. Is that Q's pic with the suit and tie? WARNING, CONTAINS OFFENSIVE CONTENT ____ Well, The Washington Post brings the Good News that V-Man and I are not alone. Michael Quinones joins us among the ranks of Modern Heroes.

Buisness Insider explains why Scam artists recruit boiler room staff from Narcotics Anonymous - Oct 30, 2012

Citing a recent study from AARP ( a Business Insider columnist connects the dots about why illegal telemarketing scams are often recruited from the rooms of Narcotics Anonymous in South Florida.

The Interchurch Center (TIC), home of the Spiritual, Not Religious movement of Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS) will be closed Monday Oct. 29th, 2012

This is the real thing guys, stay inside and be safe. Due to Hurricane Sandy, nicknamed the Frankenstorm, the main offices of Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, the Grapevine and the GSO will be closed and the website for the Interchurch has posted

The TIC administrative office will be closed tomorrow, Monday, October 29th due to Hurricane Sandy. The building will be opened if any tenant needs access.

The cafeteria will be closed.


Bill W & Playboy Magazine

Here's a commentary on Alcoholics Anonymous by psychiatrist and author M. Scott Peck, author of "The Road Less Traveled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth" (1978). Peck was interviewed by Playboy in March, 1991. Playboy: You've said that the success of "The Road Less Traveled" is connected to the proliferation of groups such as A.A. Why are A.A. and its offshoots so popular?

NA Zombie

I savor the moment and every day after when the light bulb lit up in my brain and illuminated NA for what it is. At around the 10 month mark of indoctrination I began to become mentally ill like a rash on my body would warn me of a food allergy the same was happening to my mind. My psyche was warning me that it did not like being brainwashed. I was breaking down. I would dread going to meetings knowing I would be leaving there feeling worse then when I came in.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): AA History

Correcting A.A. History Some Published Information is Not Accurate The article below was written by nationally recognized historian and oft-quoted Alcoholics Anonymous archivist Mitchell K. Before continuing on with this series of articles about AA History we would like to take this brief opportunity to respond to a question asked by many of the readers. In fact, it was the most prevalent question submitted to this writer.

Steppers Just Get Dumber "I don’t remember the first thing he said but I know the first thing I heard: that the type of mantra-based meditation he taught—Vedic Meditation—stopped the aging process. As I began to listen to a lecture that I’d planned on tuning out, I was shocked to discover that everything he mentioned intrigued me just as much as the notion of being able to stay looking young without surgical measures". Stay young forever for only a weeks salary.

Bill Wilson a Republican who lived off A Bailout

I read in one of the bios that Bill Wilson was a staunch republican but all the while living in a house that benefited from Roosevelts mortgage deferment. They eventually lost the house. In his drunken stupors he would rant against Roosevelt and the New Deal If some one could find reference to this on the Orange papers I would appreciate this.

The Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Evangelist - "Don't start out as an evangelist or reformer. " BB p.89, Working With Others

The Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Evangelist are those members who train to be a prospect hunter to bring back targeted victims for indoctrination into the Bill Wilson faith. All AA members are trained at hunting the elusive prospect for Alcoholics Anonymous, but not all become a full fledged prospect hunter, some just can't be that devious and underhanded.

A word from Anonpress and a WARNING that if you are not in the USA, AAWS may bring a lawsuit against you for downloading portions of the "Big Book"

Sorry for the hassle but we have to check... AA World Service claims a copyright on the text of Alcoholics Anonymous in all locations outside The United States. At the request of AAWS we are asking users to confirm that they are in The USA and accept this agreement:

Alcoholics Anonymous: Is it Magic?

Fighting Quackery: Tips for Activists Stephen Barrett, M.D. Many people concerned about quackery wonder what they can do about it. The crucial first step is to overcome any negative feelings about becoming involved. So before discussing techniques, let's look at the concerns faced by would-be activists. The Fear of Libel

$100M per year for bad coffee and terrible advice

Ever wondered just how much money goes into all the AA baskets each year? The latest figures from GSO (2011) show that in the USA and Canada there were 1,384,699 members attending an average of 2.6 meetings per week and one would assume (since alcohol is cunning, baffling and powerful and doesn't take vacations) attending 52 weeks a year. This means that over the course of a year the number of butts on seats at AA meetings would be: 1,384,699 AA members x 2.6 meetings/week x 52 weeks/year = 187,211,305 butts on seats at AA meetings in the USA & Canada in 2011.

A Preveiw of Things to Come

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): 2011 Tax Returns

The fellowship of AA is serviced by 3 NY nonprofit organizations. All 3 are in NYC. Alcoholics Anonymous Grapevine Inc. (AAGV) was formed in 1944. 2011 Tax Return >> Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. (AAWS) was formed in 1962.

GSO General Manager says that there is no hope for any alcoholic without AA

GSO General Manager, Phyllis Halliday, stated the following when addressing A.A.'s 2011 European Service Meeting in Frankfurt, Germany: "One thing is certain, there would be no hope for any alcoholic anywhere if the collective pulse of this lifesaving spiritual fellowship were not lighting the way with love and trust."

Free Book beginning tomorrow Danny has already given his review. Read it for yourself. If you don't have a Kindle, you can get one free from Amazon for your PC I enjoyed this book very much as I am mentioned in it :)

Come on Boniface, let's make it a bakers dozen. We can slip in the 13th Step and no one will even realize

Using purely scientific means, the Spiritualist Bill Wilson and other members of his coven attempt to contact Boniface, the ghost writer of the "Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions" and slip in the 13th Step at the Stepping Stones "Spook Room".... Unfortunately the 13th Step instructions were not formalized until after the publishing of the second manifesto of the cult commonly called the 12&12.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) : Criminals are AAproved!

Back view of a stylish all-purpose shirt/pant outfit worn by a significant number of AA members at one point or another in their lifetime.

Note the stylish head cover as well!

Orange Pickles

I have not read the book below, but I am interested in hearing anyone's thoughts on the subject matter. Specifically, the 12 steps are religious-based and are not "treatment" in any way. Can anybody really "connect the dots", in a scientific sense, between the "disease" of alcoholism and the 12 steps. The 12 steps are faith-based right? ****************************************************** From Amazon: Book Description Publication Date: October 20, 2011

Alcoholics Anonymous(AA) in Fiji, near New Zealand's North Island and Australia

Fiji is a cluster of small islands off the coast of New Zealand and Australia in the South Pacific Ocean, inhabited primarily by native Fijians who are of Melanesians and Polynesian decent who have been evangelized by missionaries of the christian faith for centuries.


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