Monday, March 28, 2005

San Angelo pays attention

Well, whadda ya' know, the Standard Times finally noticed that something is going on at the YFZ Ranch.

http://www.sanangelostandardtimes.com/sast/news_local/article/0,1897,SAST_4956_3654503,00.html

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

I agree with "Confused Cowboy". This is an issue that needs to be monitored closely. These people's way of life is not proper. Hopefully something will end their unethical ways.

Anonymous said...

well if you want to fix everything that is "not proper" you've got about 90 percent of america to change---good luck

Anonymous said...

Yearning For Zion - I'll bet Warren Jeffs is yearning for Zion right about now!

hahahaha!!!

Peace said...

To 3:17 - I completly agree. I am not with FLDS, or even in Texas, but I would say to ALL mind your business and God will deal with man according to their works. Stop pointing the finger at one thing you dissagree with and allow the rest of the world fall apart around you. Keep in the line of your duty and you will be blessed.

Anonymous said...

peace

very well said.

Anonymous said...

To 10:13 & 10:31:

The Golden Rule works well for me too. I wonder if it works for the miniter's and citizen's of Texas?

Anonymous said...

So let me get this straight. You're saying that you're just as bad as the worst of us, but we should wait until we get all the other bad guys before going after you?

stg

Anonymous said...

Anon 3:17

I don't care if this group bows to a chicken at sunrise.

We only have so much water in Schleicher County. It is considered the best there is. It is completely our business to insure any group neither contaminates or uses too much of our limited resources.

Add that to a sewage plant on a feeder stream, and livestock with possibly a dairy on a tributary that can contaminate the Concho River (the only river in North America that flows north) - that makes it our business!!

Anonymous said...

I agree with you about our precious water resource. Did you know the Eldorado chamber of commerce is trying to recruit someone to bottle and sell Eldorado water? Don't beleive me, check it out at:
http://www.eldoradotx.com/bottling.htm

They're also recruiting someone to open a motel here. I wonder what the lady who own's Shaw's Motel things about that.

By the way, check out the Red River between MN and ND, I believe it runs north, too.

Anonymous said...

To anon 7:17

Yes Eldorado has been trying to get someone to bottle water here - we can regulate it, tax it and it would offer jobs to the community. Bottled water plants do not dump sewage in the river.

How many jobs has the cult brought into the community?


As to Shaws motel, I would love for you to stay there. You will see the need for another motel.

Anonymous said...

Oh that's real bright El Dorado. Start doing business with these people and become economically dependent on them.
Oh how neatly you too will fit into Warren's pocket.
stg

Anonymous said...

When those boys get done looting the UEP and all that is left is the faithful in Zion, they will need something to do. They can do about anything as you can see. They might even be interested in bottleing water. They could build a motel in a week. They will get hungry. Get to know some of those boys and you will be surprised that most of them are decent likeable people who have no idea what is really going on. When they start to disappear one at a time they will begin to wonder. Then they will need all the help and understanding that you Texans can deliver.

Mountain Man said...

There was once a leader that was revered and loved by his most ardent followers. He was a man that would lead them to glory. There were songs written about Him, His picture adorned the walls of nearly every home. Tales abounded of His benevolence toward His people. His speaches were published and recorded and then distributed to his eager followers. His Autocratic style of leadership assured that His were the teachings they would follow. He lived in spacious homes with many women. He was constantly being deified and flattered by His flock. He was portayed as the loving Father of all. Many would gladly die for Him. He was greatly admired by His people because He had the courage to defy all oppostion. He seemed fearless as only one backed by God Himself would be. To He and His people it was "righteos vesus evil" for surely they were the chosen of God. No matter how strange or odd the teachings He gave them the people would nod in agreement with his words. But alas a different pictured emerged as time marched on. To outsiders there was a different perspective. One of a man that became the real power behind His ailing and aged President. A man that obtained power by removing His rivals. He was a man that had no regard for his neighbors or fellow man as long as they did not see things the way He did. He had acess to great wealth but kept His people very poor. Soon after taaking power He began to persecute His own people, forcing many to leave their homes. He began to remove men from their families. Being related or a friend was no guarantee of escaping His wrath. He was all poweful. He lived with his privilaged few in beautiful dwellings built by the people He kept in poverty. He became reclusive, rarely seen in the flesh. He began to wreek havoc on His own people. Any that opposed Him were sure to recieve immediate retribution. Finally the eyes of the world began to see what this man was doing to His own people and His diregard for His fellow man. Justice demanded that something had to be done. The destruction of families and the hearache He caused had to be stopped for the sake of His own people. Fortunately He was removed from power. His grandios ideas replaced by an epitaph of a people divided. Loyalty given becaus of the fear of what would happen to them if they spoke thier minds. Sill many truly loved him and would die for Him even today. He was eventually found cowaring in in a pit dirty and defiant to the end at a small farm near Tikrit, Iraq.

Anonymous said...

Hey nountain man. coparing Warren with Sadam just shows your total ignorance and lack of knowledge. You don't know WArren at all

Anonymous said...

You could definetly be a stand-up comic ;o)

Anonymous said...

to 11:43. Actually I know Warren very well.I never mentioned His name, You did. Why did He come to mind?

Anonymous said...

Ha Ha! Very good point anon 12:43 a.m. That puts the old foot right where you eat, doesn't it anon 11:43p.m.!

Anonymous said...

I'd say that's a check-mate there 11:43 p.m.! Can't argue your own words!

Anonymous said...

Wow, these people are amazing. My family are polygamists. I am from Saskatchwan orginally born in Hong Kong. In the west, wow, after what I heard. Incrediable!!!!

The Divine Right of King!!!!!

Arnold Yung 416-481-0244

Anonymous said...

This eldorado thing in west texas in amazing, Joesph Ratzinger being the pope. Too much...

The Wan 416-481-0244