Religious Freedom Day And Unitarian Universalist Misuse Of Canada's Blasphemy Law To Cover-Up "Such Despicable Crimes As Pedophilia And Rape" Committed By "Certain Unitarian Universalist Ministers" - What's The Connection?
Imagine where we *might* be today *if* immoral, UNethical, borderline criminal, and quite frankly. . . #BatShitCrazy UUA leadership like UUA President Rev. Dr. Peter "Beyond Belief" Morales, UUA Executive *Vice* President Kathleen "Kay" Montgomery, various other implicated UUA leaders, and the UUA's hapless Canadian attorney, Stikeman Elliott Barristers & Solicitors litigation lawyer Maitre Marc-André Coulombe, had actually practiced what the "tiny, declining, fringe religion" known as Unitarian Universalism aka The U*U Movement so insincerely preaches in its Seven Principles by actually engaging in "a free and responsible search for Truth and meaning" *before* falsely accusing me of the archaic criminal act of blasphemous libel on the unfounded aka false aka UNtrue pretext that I am allegedly guilty of making "unfounded and vicious allegations to the effect that ministers of the Association engage in such despicable crimes as pedophilia and rape" in this arrogant and aggressive cease and desist demand letter?
The UUA's Tweet about how the UUA will "honor" Religious Freedom Day tomorrow links to the UUA web site's page about UUism's 4th Principle.Here is my "annotated" version of Rev. Paige Getty's word that exposes the outrageous two-faced hypocrisy of ALL UUA leadership who are directly implicated in, or complicit in. . . the UUA's immoral, UNethical, borderline criminal, and yes. . . #BatShitCrazy misuse of Canada's blasphemy law in Bill Cosby style clergy abuse cover-up legal bullying and
“As responsible religious seekers, we recognize that we are privileged to be free, to have resources to pursue life beyond mere survival, to continually search for truth and meaning, to exist beyond bonds of dogma and oppression, and to wrestle freely with truth and meaning as they evolve.
“This privilege calls us not to be isolated and self-centered, believing that our single perspective trumps all others, but rather to be humble, to be open to the great mysteries of truth and meaning that life offers. And those mysteries may speak to us through our own intuition and experience—but also through tradition, community, conflict, nature, and relationships.
“As a faith tradition, Unitarian Universalism makes sacred the right and responsibility to engage in this free and responsible quest as an act of religious devotion. Institutionally, we have left open the questions of what truth and meaning are, acknowledging that mindful people will, in every age, discover new insights.”
— Rev. Paige Getty, UU Congregation of Columbia, Maryland (read more from Paige in The Seven Principles in Word and Worship, ed. Ellen Brandenburg)