Rev. Dr. Fredric Muir Has Grown Quite Tired Of The Silly Ignorance Of The Uninformed U*Us. . .
Without further ado, here is the comment that I have successfully posted in response to Rev. Fred Muir's 'A Silly Religion?' blog post lamenting The Silly Ignorance Of The U*Us with some hyperlinks added so that persons of inherent worth and dignity may engage in a free and *responsible* search for its Truth and meaning. . .
"I’ve grown quite tired of outsiders - and insiders, as in our own members and friends - whose misunderstanding of Unitarian Universalism leads them to conclusions and then utterances that are at best wrong and at worst offensive. My hope and prayer is to see the day when we no longer must endure the silly ignorance of the uninformed."
As someone who is very well acquainted with UU clergy sexual misconduct, how do you feel about the following "utterances" made in an arrogant and aggressive cease and desist demand letter that the UUA hired its Canadian attorney, Stikeman Elliott Barristers & Solicitors litigation lawyer Maitre Marc-André Coulombe, have me served with last June?
"Your unfounded and vicious allegations to the effect that ministers of the Association engage in such despicable crimes as pedophilia and rape are similarly defamatory to an extent such that they constitute blasphemous libel which is prohibited under section 296 of the Criminal Code (R.S.C. 1985, c. C.46.1)."
Besides being poorly written and researched and - in several places - simply wrong, I’ve been wondering what the point of the cease and desist letter was. What was the UUA's goal? Was there purpose to the UUA's shoddy (and indeed shameful) Lance Armstrong style legal bullying? What *was* the UUA trying to accomplish?*
Sadly, I have been enduring this "silly ignorance of the uninformed" (to say nothing of the perjurious lies of well informed UUA leaders. . .) for over ten months now because the Peter Morales UUA administration is obstinately refusing to formally withdraw these highly questionable accusations that are at best wrong, and at worst offensive to anyone who knows anything about "less than perfect" UU clergy and UU Religious Educators etc. who have actually been convicted of such despicable crimes as pedophilia and rape. . . and properly and publicly apologize to me for bringing these unfounded and more than a little bit offensive accusations against me.
* This is a classic example of what is known as "a rhetorical question". . .
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