Are UU Clergy Misconduct Complainants aka Whistleblowers The Lepers Of The UU World?
Reporting UU clergy misconduct is a "death sentence" in modern times. UU clergy misconduct whistleblowers are set aside, isolated and apart from UU society. They can no longer live with the people they went to church with. They might even lose the work that fed them. They lose their place in the UU World. They are feared. . .
This social sickness of the UUs (to say nothing of other denominations) is often worse and more difficult to overcome than the abusive clergy misconduct that the whistle-blower dared to complain about in the first place. *This* particular ostracized man chose the fate of being being turned away by UUs, indeed "excommunicated" by the Unitarian Church of Montreal, by choosing to reach out to the proverbial Court Of Public Opinion via his "alternative spiritual practice" of publicly protesting against UU anti-religious intolerance and bigotry, UU clergy misconduct of all kinds, and a variety of other UU injustices and abuses.
Is that civil enough for UUs?
Robin Edgar aka The Emerson Avenger