Have any written apology even been supplied
You’d expect that at least the family who’d lost their family member, to an act of suicide, might at least have receive some written apology, by now (well before now)
If Brethren ,were honestly feeling remorseful
Surely they’d have already delivered some written apology, to some people,by now ?
For instance, like maybe a written apology to the wives and/or children , of the deceased ex eb
Or to extended family member too
Surely this might of happen?
If in fact Brethren had of actually changed their way
So then the question is
What more evidence does the Charity commission require?
They could simply ask the Brethren to provide evidence
Ask Brethren to provide evidence, of who they’d made x-amount of written apology too?
If in fact they ever have done?
If in fact they have actually ever cared to… As yet?
It doesn’t seem fair, to me, to see the way that the Charity commission would make demand that the “broken hearted” ex eb member, would have need to try and prove that the Exclusive Brethren still fail to change their way
Why make the ex member, have need to run up and down rabbit warren, working their gut’s out with the act of trying to pin down cunning wealthy cult liars down, so as to provide the Charity commission with enough proof, so as to prove how the Brethren have still been playing the game “hide and seek”. And have failed to change their way toward ex members
How is that fair on ex members?
That’s too hard
That’s still allowing the Brethren to have “way to much room” to still “wiggle their way around” the truth of matter
“To fly under the radar”
(so to speak)
Just like usual
How about this other idea
How about the the idea, that the Brethren should be made to provided evidence of exactly how they have in fact actually changed their ways toward “the ex members”
How about that idea then?
Charity commission ?
That would at least serve to finally help provide a far better form of accountability
Lets put the ball back in the Brethren’s side of the tennis-court
Exactly what kind of evidence, are the Brethren being presently required to provide as a form of”proof” of the way in which the Brethren attitude have in fact changed toward the ex members
Any at all?
Or does the Charity commission presently choose to simply just accept the Cult-liars word “as if it’s truth of the matter”
As if like its the gospel truth of the matter
And then simply take it for-granted
That it is truth
Without need of any evidence ever being provided
How is happening
In what way are the Charity commission “regulating” this situation, at all
Surely the Brethren cannot be following the agreement within the charity commissions demands in accordance with the Deed of Variation. Unless the Brethren would provide proper written apologies to all the people they’ve harmed in extreme manner ?
See info here
The Charity Commission has now published a second monitoring report as part of its programme of post-registration monitoring of the PBCC’s Gospel Hall Trusts. Over 100 Gospel Hall Trusts have recently registered as charities; and the Commission made a commitment to monitoring a sample to ensure that they were complying with their governing documents, including a Deed of Variation (DoV). The report notes that:
“As with Preston Down Trust, a key element of our decision to register each Gospel Hall Trust was that the trustees agreed to address any issues of detriment and harm in accordance with the Deed of Variation, which clearly sets out PBCC’s principles and teachings and, in particular, that associated disciplinary practices and dealings with former members would be mitigated by compassion.”
The monitoring programme began with the Preston Down Trust, which was the first charity registered.
According to the new report, the Commission did not identify any significant regulatory issues relating to the charities’ compliance with their governing documents and saw sufficient evidence of each charity’s engagement with the wider community to demonstrate public benefit.
That’s the charity commissions Deed of Variation
That “dealings with former members would be mitigated by compassion.”
You’d think the Brethren would be required to provide written apology (in the very least)
Surely you’d think it would “be compassionate” for Brethren to at least see fit to deliver us some written apology
That would then be more in line with the agreed-upon commissions requirement, quote: “dealings with former members would be mitigated by compassion.”
Where is the evidence “of true compassion”
Charity commission ?
How many ex member have ever receive any written apology at all
How many can Brethren provide proof of having sent off , to anyone of us
Do your job properly?
What more evidence do you need?. Its obvious. You have no proof that the Brethren have followed through with the Deed of Variation
Can Brethren supply proof of making anyone any written apology?
If they cannot
Then what more evidence ,of “their non-compliance“, should you require?
Lets get real
I’ll hazard to bet, that the Exclusive Brethren will fail to provide evidence of them issuing any written letter of apology
They don’t care to bother
They have no remorse for any of the many people whom their group has mistreated
This will also precisely explain reason for why they’ll fail to provide evidence of any written apology
This is the reality of the matter
An ex eb said … Quote:
How much hard evidence can Exclusive Brethren provide, to say they provided anyone of us with any written apology?
Surely that would be in line with the charity commissions Deed of Variation
Are the Brethren being also reacquired to provide evidence?
Evidence that they’ve changed their way, so as to now be in line with the Deed of Variation
Or do just get to claim the charity status, without following through with their agreement
In regards to “dealings with former members would be mitigated by compassion.”
Obviously its compassionate to apologize properly ?