Early this morning we had some comments left on some older posts by Ryan. While it’s not clear that Ryan is a PKG member, he clearly is drinking Ron’s Flavor Aid. In order to consolidate the discussion, and since people tend to ignore older posts concentrating on the more recent ones, I am quoting a couple of his posts here.
One of his comments on a posting from last year reads:
Now we see how it is that people do twist and distort what is said. Mr. Weinland did not call God a liar as was stated that he did, and neither did God lie to him or anybody else. This is not how he explained the second time-line.
Ryan, that point is discussed in some detail on my last post and in its comments. It’s quite clear that either God lied or Ron lied. All of Ron’s BS explanations justifying his change to the second timeline don’t change that there was some lying going on.
In apparent response to this comment by Whisper, on a post in which we were discussing Ron’s ruptured appendix:
The longer Ron is “out of action” the more time his sheeples will have to assess the situation and possibly, oh my goodness, allow some doubts to rise to the top and be thought upon. How can the most POWERFUL man ever birthed with the full power of GOD behind him and whom is immune to DEATH and who’s enemies and detractors shall be PUNISHED in the exact same way the attempt to harm the Witness, who is Gods Final Witness and one (spokesman mind you of both as the other is a woman and can’t speak) of the 2 Witness’s of REVELATION, who is a APOSTLE and the end time ELIJAH, how can he suffer from such a malady as a pandects that would indeed be life threatening if not for medical treatment by others? How can such a powerful man who’s prophesied stock and trade is miracles (although destructive) of God be afflicted by such mundane maladies? Doesn’t these maladies make Ron look, oh… HUMAN? MORTAL? You know, one of the rank and file, another man, no better or worse than the whole?
Whisper, that is the point, Mr. Weinland is indeed human, and his books never said that he would be immune to sickness, but he just won’t die is all. This is like the things I’ve heard about him not utilizing his prized Witness powers to shut up the heavens to make it not snow or rain so that he will be able to travel to wherever he goes. But convenience is not the reason for those powers, whether it would be him or anybody else, helping out themselves would not be the reason for Witness powers, but do you really think so though ?
Apparently Ryan was also responding to my post about Ronnie’s itinerary change due to last year’s snowpocalypse or possibly the follow-up post which also mentioned the End-Time-Elijah’s susceptibility to poison ivy and perfumes. Setting aside whether or not God’s Most Formidable Prophet should be vulnerable to maladies and whether or not he prophesied during the days of his recovery from appendicitis, let’s address the appropriate use of Witness Powers. Ryan, if it’s trivial to use Witness Powers to enable the End-Time Prophet to keep to his itinerary and preach the word of God, then why is it not a trivial use of Witness Powers to put a death curse on mockers who don’t impede his prophesying in the slightest? And speaking of Ronnie’s death curse (which BTW was the only exercise of his Witness Powers), whether it was trivial or not, why am I (his most persistent mocker) still mocking away over two years after he called for my speedy death? Why did Ronnie find it necessary to spiritualize my death? Which BTW is total BS — I find that my blogging activity has been a positive personal development exercise for me. The people who are really suffering as a result of Ron’s activities are the family members of his followers.
And why would the use of Witness Powers to prove himself as God’s End-Time Prophet be a trivial use? Seems to me that turning a few fountains into blood would be an effective way to make people take him seriously and consider his warnings so that God could show his mercy on them. Speaking of proving himself to be a prophet of God and death curses, why are all 5 of the specific individuals who were to die early on as proof of Weinland as a prophet of God still alive? Reminder, this was a test Ron defined for himself on page 108 of his latest book. It was just over 4 years ago that he wrote these individuals letters calling on them to repent or else. They didn’t repent and there was no “or else” either.
So, I’ve had my response. You can respond as well. And so can everyone else. And like Ryan, let’s disagree agreeably. We’ve had a couple of PKG members on this blog, Fred Roberts and Zach(helpingusoon), who were very obnoxious. But Ryan has been respectful and so should you. Well, we’ll give Kirrily some latitude to be snarky since she’s an ex-PKG-member, but no name-calling. Your turn.