Posted by: exmstmember2009 | April 21, 2010

When the dogs bark

This morning I remember a passage from Don Quijote de la Mancha, when Don Quijote  is determined to do what he feels is the right thing to do at the moment and Sancho is afraid of the potential consequences and I want to use it as a great symbol of where we are now in this process of exposing this abusive cult operating in Gainesville GA and some of the followers trying to silence us.

Sancho: “He said, Master! Master! Speed up. These dogs might bite us’ …

Don Quijote: ‘Be quiet, when the dogs bark it is because we are working.”

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  1. That’s a good one!
    If people were not saying the truth in this blog, if the stories mentioned here were not real facts, then these dogs wouldn’t pay any attention to this, they wouldn’t be as nervous as they are.

    The “big” dog (CEO, falconer, Gregg, Gregory, or whatever name he uses) keeps “barking” by desperately writing so many posts in his blog.
    And his greedy accomplices and followers want us to shut up and “move on” so that they can keep their jobs.

    • A word from our sponsors….

      Does this make you
      1) Fear the white board
      2) Nervous
      3)Wanna puke?

      • All of the above and more.
        It reminds me of the 4th hours. So brilliantly designed to brainwash us.
        I don’t remember having been totally awake at any of those classes. Right after snack time our sugar levels crashed, Grant’s voice was soft and hypnotic, so easy to indoctrination with a bunch of crap mixed with elements of truth.


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