Saving Armstrongism on a Institutional Level

“In the midst of chaos, there is also opportunity”
― Sun-Tzu, A Arte da Guerra


In the article Keys of Power, we learned how a organization is structured, and that the organization always acts in its own best interest. It must always be profits over people. This is rule #1 always.

Let us now explore the only way that may save armstrongism from obsolescence…

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Suffer The Little Children

It used to be an ancient Chinese custom that upon giving birth, the mother had each foot of the baby bound. Then, reaching womanhood, it made the child more acceptable to a marriage proposal. In the interim, she learned to walk in this condition until she became a young maiden. Although it may have gained her a mate, she was crippled for life. For after the binding had been removed the feet would never develop.

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