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Offline MarkE

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Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« on: December 31, 2014, 02:14:38 AM »
To get to the bottom of it start at about 28 minutes. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=WxIT8-gahYc

At about 56 minutes, Sterling claims that he is "a scape goat for humanity". 

At 1:15 or so he blames the child for consent.   Sterling chooses to ignore:  C H I L D R E N.. A R E ..I N C A P A B L E.. O F.. C O N S E N T.  Unbelievable.  This is not the first time for Sterling.  He published years ago his plans to run away with a 14 year old when he was about 30.

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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2014, 03:03:01 AM »
WTF?

I watched and skipped through about as much as I could take.  What has he resigned from?

Thanks,

Bill

PS  Found it here:  http://pesn.com//2014/12/21/9602586_Sterling-Resigning-from-NEST/

NEST, NEM,  and NEC.  I also see a post where he is asking for donations to pay his taxes so he does not go to jail.  Holy cow.  Maybe we will see Sterling moving to Morocco?

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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« Reply #2 on: December 31, 2014, 05:16:54 AM »
Its a sad day,
There is no excuse for a pedophile, and claiming to be God in the flesh in no excuse.
Its a sad end to an era.
Kind Regards
Mark

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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« Reply #3 on: December 31, 2014, 05:27:33 AM »
Yes, I do not see how PESN is going to carry on unless someone else takes it over.  I don't know who would be prepared to do that given that everything they have promoted has washed out.

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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« Reply #4 on: December 31, 2014, 07:55:39 AM »
He is also now asking people to fund him.
I am totally convinced the world has gone nuts
Mark

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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« Reply #5 on: December 31, 2014, 08:33:38 AM »
He is also now asking people to fund him.
I am totally convinced the world has gone nuts
Mark
The dependence on donations has been an ongoing condition at PESN, particularly since they went rabid purging unbelievers.  That's business as usual.  If people want to give Sterling/PESN money I think that is between them and Sterling.  I give Sterling credit for disclosing before an arrest. 

I am disgusted that he deflects blame to: the child, provocative clothing and commercials.  To me that says that he is not taking responsibility for the fact that he has harmed a child.  IMO, if there is any duty that adults have it is to protect the innocent.  I don't know if Sterling acted on his "lust addiction" that apparently caused his divorce in Florida or Utah.  The age of consent in both states is 18 with some allowance for relations between minors.  Sterling's age puts him way outside the exceptions to statutory  in either state.  Sterling says the parents are livid.  I can imagine.  The thought of their daughter getting caught up with someone three times her age must be a complete nightmare for them and their daughter.

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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« Reply #6 on: December 31, 2014, 09:00:42 AM »
     Wow.  Given the evidence, it would seem he has laid much groundwork for a potential insanity defense.

     It appears that the roman catholic church doesn't hold the monopoly on institutionally systemic pedophilia and corruption, as the rather lengthy spate of news items in the media would have us believe.  Not to mention the latest statistics on members of congress, members of the military, or any group these days that are given positions of power over others.

     Who among us has not read story after story multiplying in the press for the last decade at least, regarding these kinds of violations.  Here is a news item fresh in the headlines, which reveals once again that vigilance is often the only way left for the people to receive even a chance 'hope' of 'justice' in the face of such widespread systemic corruption...

https://www.baltimorebrew.com/2014/12/28/grief-and-anger-at-scene-of-fatal-bike-crash/

     Power corrupts.  One has only to look at the tiled mosaics on the walls of what remains of Pompeii to see how far such lustful corruptions may be taken before our Creator's enduring patience reaches it's limit.  One has only to look upon the remains of Sodom & Gomorrah, littered with ash, ionized marble, granite and sandstone strata, and innumerable 'brimstone', pure sulfur nodules, more pure than any others found in nature....or the remains of Noah's Ark which are still visible today, to see that His Justice is final.  And once He reaches the limit of His patience, His way of 'cleaning house' leaves no room for argument.

http://arkdiscovery.com/dtimes-1.htm

http://arkdiscovery.com/sodom_&_gomorrah.htm

http://www.contentedtraveller.com/pompeii-hedonism-personified/#comment-38157

     We humans can be a fickle bunch.  It's often easier to decry a God that seems too patient, too unwilling to 'get involved' and take out the bad guys, than to look in the mirror.  But then, many decry a God that got involved and was 'too harsh' on the bad guys.

     The point is, we all take our turn at being the 'bad guy' to widely varying degree.  We are all in need of 'saving'.  We've proven time and again, that when power is put in our hands, we soon turn to abusing it both individually at times, and collectively toward the end. (Of each and every empire so far, I mean.)  Empirically speaking, (small pun) Mankind always ends up Royally trapped between the Rock and a hard place.

     We keep choosing the hard place, because we assume too much.  Too much power, too much of ourselves, too little of others, etc.

"The greatest among you must be the least" - Jesus Christ

     They don't call them 'power trips' for nothing.  I've never caused much trouble by being too humble.  But most every problem that I've caused for myself and others involved me 'assuming too much'.

     One of the reasons Christ said that the meek shall inherit the earth, is because the pompous could only end up destroying it.  Too many have confused the word, 'meek' for 'weak'.

     And in a world that idolizes the supposed strong and powerful, the meek are often misjudged entirely for their apparent lack of strength.

"The first shall be last and the last shall be first" - Jesus Christ
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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« Reply #7 on: December 31, 2014, 01:54:23 PM »
He is also now asking people to fund him.
I am totally convinced the world has gone nuts
Mark
How long have we been trying to tell people that Sterling is a couple of cows short in the top paddock Mark?-to many times as i recall. But even this has shocked me--i didnt realise the whole herd was missing.

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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« Reply #8 on: December 31, 2014, 03:58:02 PM »
@Pirate: Bill, he's not worried about going to jail over the taxes... he's worried about incarceration because of the acted-out pedophilia. I don't know what he thinks he's accomplishing by this disgusting rationalizing "confession". The segment from about minute 28 thru minute 42 is one of the creepiest things I've ever heard in non-fiction.  He says that pedophiles get "ten times the sentencing they actually deserve" and of course he's worried about how he'll be treated if (when) he is sent up. And he calls the event, whatever it actually was, consensual! But it didn't involve "penetration"! Well whoopty-doo, so he's not copping to actual *r a p e*  of a minor. What a relief that must be.

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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« Reply #9 on: December 31, 2014, 04:04:52 PM »
He is also now asking people to fund him.
I am totally convinced the world has gone nuts
Mark

Not the whole world, Mark. Some of us are aware of the good works you perform in your corner of this mad mad world. You have helped more people, in real material ways, than Sterling ever has done with his cynical fake religious instruction and his messianic rantings. The very real good that people like you do more than offsets the ineffectual craziness of people like Sterling Allan.

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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« Reply #10 on: December 31, 2014, 04:34:45 PM »
How long have we been trying to tell people that Sterling is a couple of cows short in the top paddock Mark?-to many times as i recall. But even this has shocked me--i didnt realise the whole herd was missing.
It seems the whole herd contracted mad cow disease.  What is really remarkable to me is that nowhere in that two hour video does he say he is sorry that he hurt the child.  He does not even seem to acknowledge that he hurt her.  He blames her for "consenting".  Children cannot consent.  They do not have the capacity.  He seems only "sorry" that he faces what he thinks will be inordinate punishment.

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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« Reply #11 on: December 31, 2014, 04:41:06 PM »
Quite true
A child can not be held accountable for their actions when influenced by the mind of a much older and wiser man, a man with an agenda....


yeeeesh...


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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« Reply #12 on: December 31, 2014, 09:04:02 PM »
He is also now asking people to fund him.
I am totally convinced the world has gone nuts
Mark


That also really blown my mind away...

Its a big shock to hear and read this about and from Sterling.
Never ever thought that about him.

Steve




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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« Reply #13 on: December 31, 2014, 09:35:41 PM »
Man I could beat the living sh*t out of Sterling in a religious debate. I'm not buying *anything* he says. Hopefully the thing of value
here the PESN file archive isn't held hostage. I'm not sure it could be even held on a shelf, but I'll bet one could be arranged.

When is this guy going to start holding peoples feet to the fire, they are damaging more folks positions then just his.

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Re: Sterling Allan Explains His Recent Resignations
« Reply #14 on: December 31, 2014, 10:18:24 PM »
Man I could beat the living sh*t out of Sterling in a religious debate. I'm not buying *anything* he says. Hopefully the thing of value
here the PESN file archive isn't held hostage. I'm not sure it could be even held on a shelf, but I'll bet one could be arranged.

When is this guy going to start holding peoples feet to the fire, they are damaging more folks positions then just his.

:S:MarkSCoffman
Backing it up to a couple of independent drives or storage services would be prudent.

 

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