Elena Marx 
Member since Jan 28, 2017

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Re: “Meet me at the Maté Factor

Having grown up in the Twelve Tribes and escaping myself, I'd like to thank the people who have done their homework on the cult and know what it is truly about. It is not the pretty picture they'd like you to believe. The kids there are severely abused, mentally, emotionally, and certainly physically. They are controlled by sociopathic leaders who are in it for the power and wealth that having a bunch of slaves, provides. Everyboby on the outside is given a message, conducive to what would be appealing for that particular individual to hear, in order to persuade them to join. The kids in the group are given no real education, so it makes it nearly impossible for them to leave or function on their own. The women are completely controlled by the men, and told they are nothing without them, and the men are duped into believing the have a purpose for god, when really they're there to make the cult more money. I feel it's important to know both sides to every story and not think just because something looks good or people are smiling and saying one thing, that there isn't a terrifying, painful, damaging other side to it.

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Posted by Elena Marx on 01/28/2017 at 9:51 PM

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