Wolves in Sheeple Clothing

I was looking for free images of wolves in sheep clothing for another article in this Community Development blog, as a follow up on another similar posting, Shearing and Slaughtering of Sheeple and came across something interesting.

The availability of information on the Internet is like peeling layers of onion skins, sometimes taking us where our naiveté is exposed and in want of more information.   Sometimes what you read seems incredulous so you seek clarification from diverse sources and ultimately come to your own conclusions.

We are living in an age of deceit which will inevitably separate those with conscience and those without.   You will find more on that topic in a separate post, Community Ark of the Covenant.

Please forgive me for being skeptical, cynical, and now guarded, as seemingly even many church groups are forming and conducting themselves on the basis of being faith-based multilevel marketing schemes.  I’ve witnessed firsthand unconscionable predatory actions of presumably respected church members, truly wolves in sheeple clothing.  This problem will inevitably grow with an aging population.  This observance made me wonder why churches are not founded on the basis of more accountable ideals, such as cooperative ideals, which I’m quite familiar with for empowering people and community.  So, I initiated on a LinkedIn Group, “Cooperatives” the following discussion,  “Has anyone ever heard of a church or faith-based facility being owned and managed by a community cooperative endeavor? It would seem to be a logical way to organize something like that.”, http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Has-anyone-ever-heard-church-99154.S.101868449?trk=group_search_item_list-0-b-ttl&goback=%2Egna_99154 .  The resulting comments were of interest and basically substantiated the fact that no facility exists like that today that I’m currently aware of.

Wolves in sheeple clothing seem to be pervasive, in politics, in business, in your neighborhood and where you would least expect it, in religion.


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