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Humiliation is not an American Christian value:Smoking gun.com

Discussion in '2005 Archive' started by ASLANSPAL, Aug 22, 2005.

  1. ASLANSPAL

    ASLANSPAL New Member

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    Devilish Treatment At Christian Camp?

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    "WHERE CHRIST IS FIRST" right on the logo


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    Where do they learn this humilation and who planted the seeds to treat children like this?

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  2. Ed Edwards

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    This is demonic.
    In the early 70s i worked to get hazing
    out of the public school system of Oklahoma.
    What ever the relationship of this camp to
    any church or organization of churches,
    there needs to be some church discipline.

    Humiliation is NOT an American family lvalue -
    humiliation should not be exported nor
    tolerated at home.
     
  3. ASLANSPAL

    ASLANSPAL New Member

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    Ed the only explanation I can think of and this
    is pure conjecture on my part. Is that the camp
    messed up in their hiring practices or the counselors who humiliated this boy lied to get
    the job. My guess and it is just a guess is that
    they hired someone either unknown to them or known to them from one of these boot camps that
    were popular for a couple years until the horror
    stories started getting out about them.


    at its website it looks like a pristine and happy
    camp
    Camp Michawana

    It is now 2005 and what took place was in 2003
    so I hope they have got their act together..even
    the mother of the boy went there as a child.
    and the pictures as of 2005 seems to show happy
    kids.

    Oh, well aware of hazing in the 70's I got my
    first varsity letter my sophomore year and had to
    tolerate it..I had it easy because I had an older
    brother and sister as junior and senior..they took it easy on me..but others got beaten badly
    with a paddle..so good for you in rooting it out.
    I thought it was stupid and once I got my letter,
    did not take part in the hazing culture..it finally was done away with in the late 70's at BHS because of parents complaints that it had
    gone to far in some cases and it had...someone
    always had to top somebody else's hazing the year
    before.

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