The Emerson Avenger

The Emerson Avenger is a "memory hole" free blog where censorship is scorned. This blog will "guard the right to know" about any injustices and abuses that corrupt Unitarian Universalism. Posters may speak and argue freely, according to conscience, about any injustices and abuses, or indeed hypocrisy, that they may know about so that the Avenger, in the form of justice and redress, may come surely and swiftly. . . "Slowly, slowly the Avenger comes, but comes surely." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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In 1992 I underwent a profound revelatory experience of God which revealed that the total solar eclipse "Eye of God" is a "Sign in the Heavens" that symbolizes God's divine omniscience. You may read about what Rev. Ray Drennan of the Unitarian Church of Montreal contemptuously dismissed as my "psychotic experience" here: - This revelatory religious experience inspired me to propose an inter-religious celebration of Creation that would take place whenever a total solar eclipse took place over our planet. You may read about what Rev. Ray Drennan and other leading members of the Unitarian Church of Montreal falsely and maliciously labeled as a "cult" here: - I am now an excommunicated Unitarian whose "alternative spiritual practice" includes publicly exposing and denouncing Unitarian*Universalist injustices, abuses, and hypocrisy. The Emerson Avenger blog will serve that purpose for me and hopefully others will share their concerns here. Dee Miller's term DIM Thinking is used frequently and appropriately on this blog. You may read more about what DIM Thinking is here -

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Unitarian Universalism Is A White Supremacist Group LOL!

But don't take *my* word for it U*Us. . .

Take the word of *Certified* Risk Management consultant James C. Key aka UUA Moderator Jim "See No Evil" Key, as posted to the UUA Board of Trustees Facebook account:

We are well aware that to many of you the term “white supremacy” seems harsh and even inaccurate when applied to our beloved faith. Some of you are asking,

“What will the outside world think if we describe ourselves as white supremacist? Isn’t this just one more misguided example of liberal guilt at play?”

In a word, no.

The term white supremacist once referred exclusively to individuals and organizations that openly espoused the superiority of white people. In recent years the term has come to refer to a culture, or a social narrative that places the needs, desires, stories, well-being, and the very lives of white people over and above those of people of color. It is the water we swim in. It is so much a part of our lives and of the life of our Association that it has just become business as usual. We have chosen to use the term and to endorse the teach-in called for by many of our religious educators because we are absolutely committed to staying awake to the challenges before us. White supremacy is a continuum. When we refuse to acknowledge our place in that continuum we risk being lulled back into complicity. Not this time friends.

Forward together. Not one step back.

Jim Key

UUA Moderator and Chief Governance Officer

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Anonymous Leesa said...

I don't understand. I thought UU's were super-tolerant. Why would they call themselves supremacists for any reason?

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 3:56:00 pm  
Blogger Robin Edgar said...

U*Us aren't nearly as tolerant as they pretend to be in their propaganda, but this recent UUA decision to use the terms "White Supremacy" and "White Supremacist" to describe the fact that the Unitarian Universalist "religion" is overwhelmingly populated by White people and has only a small percentage of "People of Color" is an example of U*Us rather foolishly going to extreme lengths to publicly demonstrate that they are "super-tolerant" as you put it.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 5:10:00 pm  

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