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Fascist scam artist possible closet satanist prarading as a altra right wing ultraconservative christian starts his own political party after making himself a bishop and marching against equal rights.

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what a total piece of shit
he forces working class poor and unemployed people to give him money to pay for his celebrity self grandiousing 5 star life style buying luxury motorcycles to try and make himself look threatening and employs other parishioners as his own personal body guards to make himself feel important they go with him to places and stand around pushing people and standing over people trying to intimidate people to make  himself feel powerfull even though there is no threat against him and lives in a very low crime country.
he is like a new age Hitler
around half of the members have kids who live on the poverty line and cant afford basic school books or proper food and forces those family's to give some of their weekly income to him every week.
he has made himself a millionaire off the poor and lives like a fascist hitler type dictator in waiting  trying to get into rule the government.
 i hope he has a fatal car accident with him and his wife, they are like bonny and clyde had a love child with hitler couched in 3rd rich ideological self modelling running a religion

he also forces his poor parishioners to take out high interest personal loans to give to him the money when they cant afford money for proper school books or food and have to go to food banks to get food donations for them and their kids.

self anointed bishop(insulting the pope) brian tamaki ?
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(May 23, 2019 07:06 PM)RainbowUnicorn Wrote: . . . he has made himself a millionaire off the poor and lives like a fascist hitler type dictator in waiting  trying to get into rule the government.
 i hope he has a fatal car accident with him and his wife, they are like bonny and clyde had a love child with hitler couched in 3rd rich ideological self modelling running a religion


Brian Tamaki: "Destiny Church claimed a close relationship with New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta, USA, the church of Bishop Eddie Long, until at least September 2010."

Bishop's Queen: A life with Brian (2010): . . . Brian Tamaki readily admits he knows nothing about money and is happy to let his wife control that area, while he concentrates on preaching and being the spiritual head of the organisation. Sources familiar with the church say while Brian is the charismatic front for Destiny, Hannah is the powerful first lieutenant controlling almost every aspect of church life, but especially the finances.

[...] "She's very quick when it comes to money, if there's an opportunity to make money, she's in there," a source says. Tamaki wears the trappings of wealth literally on her sleeve – her extensive wardrobe is colourful and expensive and she is always dripping in plenty of bling. She is 49 [2010], but in photos, at least, looks a decade younger. A few years ago she suggested she had a blase approach to money. In a 2004 Sunday Star-Times interview with her and her husband, Hannah Tamaki claimed not to know how much the church brings in each year in donations.

[...] But former senior members of the church dispute this, and claim Tamaki now scrutinises every cent that comes in. "It's a money-making machine and she is in absolute control of it," says Lynda Stewart, a former events co-ordinator for Destiny who became personal bookkeeper to the Tamakis, but left in 2005 because of concerns over money and teachings. Stewart says Hannah would ask for an update on the weekend's offerings every Monday morning. "She receives copies of the tithes every week, and everything that's paid out every week. She knows exactly how much comes into that place and exactly where it goes."

[...] She says she was one of Hannah Tamaki's confidantes. "She doesn't like getting close to too many people. She has a little group of friends from before the church who she still stays in touch with, Maori girls from Tokoroa. "But she keeps herself separate within the church, and because of that people revere her even more."

Stewart believes Hannah Tamaki is a "compulsive buyer". "She spends money like it's going out of fashion, especially [on] clothes, but she ends up giving half of it away. She can be very generous.
[To whom?] "The most extravagant purchase Stewart ever saw Tamaki make, she says, was a three-carat diamond ring worth about $90,000, from a jewellers' on Auckland's North Shore. "She said Brian had had his toys, now it was her turn."
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(May 23, 2019 08:11 PM)C C Wrote:
(May 23, 2019 07:06 PM)RainbowUnicorn Wrote: . . . he has made himself a millionaire off the poor and lives like a fascist hitler type dictator in waiting  trying to get into rule the government.
 i hope he has a fatal car accident with him and his wife, they are like bonny and clyde had a love child with hitler couched in 3rd rich ideological self modelling running a religion


Brian Tamaki: "Destiny Church claimed a close relationship with New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta, USA, the church of Bishop Eddie Long, until at least September 2010."

Bishop's Queen: A life with Brian (2010): . . . Brian Tamaki readily admits he knows nothing about money and is happy to let his wife control that area, while he concentrates on preaching and being the spiritual head of the organisation. Sources familiar with the church say while Brian is the charismatic front for Destiny, Hannah is the powerful first lieutenant controlling almost every aspect of church life, but especially the finances.

[...] "She's very quick when it comes to money, if there's an opportunity to make money, she's in there," a source says. Tamaki wears the trappings of wealth literally on her sleeve – her extensive wardrobe is colourful and expensive and she is always dripping in plenty of bling. She is 49 [2010], but in photos, at least, looks a decade younger. A few years ago she suggested she had a blase approach to money. In a 2004 Sunday Star-Times interview with her and her husband, Hannah Tamaki claimed not to know how much the church brings in each year in donations.

[...] But former senior members of the church dispute this, and claim Tamaki now scrutinises every cent that comes in. "It's a money-making machine and she is in absolute control of it," says Lynda Stewart, a former events co-ordinator for Destiny who became personal bookkeeper to the Tamakis, but left in 2005 because of concerns over money and teachings.  Stewart says Hannah would ask for an update on the weekend's offerings every Monday morning. "She receives copies of the tithes every week, and everything that's paid out every week. She knows exactly how much comes into that place and exactly where it goes."

[...] She says she was one of Hannah Tamaki's confidantes. "She doesn't like getting close to too many people. She has a little group of friends from before the church who she still stays in touch with, Maori girls from Tokoroa. "But she keeps herself separate within the church, and because of that people revere her even more."

Stewart believes Hannah Tamaki is a "compulsive buyer". "She spends money like it's going out of fashion, especially [on] clothes, but she ends up giving half of it away. She can be very generous.
[To whom?] "The most extravagant purchase Stewart ever saw Tamaki make, she says, was a three-carat diamond ring worth about $90,000, from a jewellers' on Auckland's North Shore. "She said Brian had had his toys, now it was her turn."


http://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/local-ne...ey-slammed

Quote:A budgeting service says Destiny Church members could be pressured to part with their much needed money to pay for the church's planned complex at South Auckland - despite their Bishop's seemingly extravagant lifestyle.
Brian Tamaki announced at Destiny Church's New Year's Eve "MegaService" in Rotorua that the church had gained consent to build schools, a university and a massive auditorium in Wiri.
The self-appointed Bishop called for his congregation's help in paying for the facility.
Mangere Budgeting Service chief executive Darryl Evans says clients often feel pressured to pay up when an appeal is put out for extra money to fund specific church projects.
"Once those church leaders put these messages out we do have families who go and take out loans.
"They will go to family or take out a personal loan just so they can put $1000 into the church."

Quote:Evans says a number of their clients tithe $50-$100 a week to the Destiny Church already - a figure he believes is excessive on a beneficiary budget.

these are poor family's that have to ask for food charity from food banks every week to feed their kids who go without so these 2 tamakis can drive around in fancy cars wearing gold jewelry & live in big mansions.

they are literary taking food from the mouths of poor children and taking school books off their tables to spend on material possessions and their greed and lust.




imagine what they would do if they got their evil filthy hands on taxes and government budgets

imagine how many poor working class children they would steal food from

and people ask how germany 1932 built death camps and why they did not ask questions or see it coming ...
yet we see the same thing in many places in the world.


i worry a bit about when angela merkle goes. she has been such a strong middle of the road lynch pin.

germany is such an amazing model of how far people have come and how politics can be used to try and level the playing field and provide for secular diverse cultures.


i hope all the dems get behind Alexandria and keep a clear message.
or its going to be add water and stir for the same old tired public rhetoric.
i dont know biden but its a young persons game to live that really connected jet set life style.
and the world needs female leaders to drag the man-babys into the 21st century, all be it a century late.
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Woke up earlier this morning, thinking it was Saturday, and then realizing it was Friday. Ugh, the pain of it.

But, a three day weekend is coming... Cool
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(May 24, 2019 02:05 PM)Leigha Wrote: Woke up earlier this morning, thinking it was Saturday, and then realizing it was Friday. Ugh, the pain of it.

But, a three day weekend is coming... Cool

thats ok because it means you get an extra days wages.
Dodgy
or...
does that mean it feels like you thenhave to work an entire day for the same amount of money you were going to get ?
 
when you have a 3 day weekend do you prefer to have a double saturday or a double sunday ?
im on the fence with it
i mostly prefer to have a double sunday so i can spend an entire day convincing myself i am on a really long holiday.
  Smile
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I'm actually salaried, Rainbow. ^^


In other news, don't ya hate it when you post a long response to someone's lengthy response to you, and then you delete it because you felt meh about it?  Confused
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(May 28, 2019 01:16 AM)Leigha Wrote: I'm actually salaried, Rainbow. ^^


In other news, don't ya hate it when you post a long response to someone's lengthy response to you, and then you delete it because you felt meh about it?  Confused

ridden that horse so many times it follows me around the message board Big Grin Dodgy

in other news...
i have met middle managers who claim to feel equally hard done by because they thought about work for half an hour on their day off.
they then try and ethically validate that against people whom are paid 25% of what they get working un paid over time.

100k per year salary with free car who works around 30 hours a week
feeling equal to 45 hour a week person earning 30k per year no car who is forced to do unpaid over time to keep their job.
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Who knows how to make a coin float?  Cool
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(May 28, 2019 09:55 PM)Leigha Wrote: Who knows how to make a coin float?  Cool

I might indirectly know a Korean or two via offspring intermediaries, but no Japanese (minus traveling a couple hundred miles). There may be that one species of newer(?) 1 won if taking the Korean negotiations option seriously, though. Dodgy

"So just because my parents were from South Korea, you stereotype us as having this aluminum coin from there? Oh, crazy octo-amerindian who looks like just any white #####, get away from me!"
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Fresh out of aluminum coins but how 'bout a paperclip? It's from a stupid photo contest game at another forum. I used the shadow of a screen and a bowl of milk to enhance the effect, but I had to compete with rockets, telescopes, and dissected animals. My little paperclip didn’t stand a chance.


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