In Utah, members of the Kingston Clan blend into contemporary society—but the Mormon group openly practices polygamy and incest and exploits its members financially. We spoke to former members to uncover what it’s like to grow up in the religious sect, and what it’s like to escape.
The Kingston Clan is a by-product of negative liberty. The “nature” of these folks lives (IE: born into cult-life) have allowed for the fact that they would also be born into a life of polygamy and incest
The nature of our own lives (IE: that we were born among brethren) has allowed for endless amount of family dysfunction also too
The nature of some Muslim folks lives will be that their folk will live life within isis ruled territory
In every one of all these situation.These human belief is also being imprinted via the very nature of their lives that they find themselves trying to exist within
More often than not.We (humans) just dont have any of our-own real religious liberty. Not in any real positive sense
Religious liberty is often govern via pure chance nature of “birth parent” and is thus also being pre-tagged imprinted along the way with the prevailing “religious culture” as well too
The “powerful” theists will naturally prefer to retain their free access to negative form of religious liberty. For if they were to be without it ,then they also wont have the “nature of their own ability” to be able to become dominant over what some other-folks beliefs are about
However this negative form of liberty is also been very fertile ground for the prospect of many faith abuses too. Ongoing strife and troubles that range from not so bad through to about as bad as we think it can ever get
Humans need to learn to accept the fact they may also reap some of that what were sown. Human cannot expect that some miracle can fix situations that humans have helped to engineer
Ask yourselves this question . If liberation of religious liberty is so abundantly available.
Then why? the hell do all the theist folk feel they would need to be keeping themselves all so separate and cut-off from each other. Feel they would have need, to need to shut themselves away within the wall of some Church building or Mosque
That doesn’t sound like any real form of liberation
Positive liberation is about building bridges. About tearing more walls down. About allowing yourself the freedom to even possibly contemplate some other peoples ideas