Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Aravosis Is A Blogevangelist!!!!

Cult Of Aravosis
John Aravosis is a secular internet blogevangelist.

He asks for donations, cries poor, and then goes on lavish trips.

He claims that he needs money for his new and improved blog. How is this unlike televangelists who need extra donations for new broadcasting studios or to build new churches?

He claims that he is above being accountable for his income.

He tolerates no opposing views or challenges to his authority.

He threatens anyone who disagrees with the prospect of being banned. This is no different than when cult leaders excommunicate those who question their authority.

His followers attack anyone who disagrees with their beloved leader.

He attacks anyone who disagrees with him.

His moods are erratic, and his tantrums routine. He is becoming more and more irrational.

He has delusions of grandeur.

John Aravosis is simply a cult leader, and his blog is his church, and those who post are his flock.

Cults come in many forms.

10 Comments:

Anonymous Lydia Lunch said...

I totally agree. He scares me.

7:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think someone should look into the fact that he never discloses anything regarding his income.

7:26 AM  
Blogger Everyday Activist said...

Not to mention the sales of all the crap merchandise.

7:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've long thought that he's been studying the masters like Pat Robertson and such. Hell, I'll bet he can even leg-press 2,000 pounds! Be on the lookout for Aravosis' "celebrity endorsements" of health food products in the near future. :)

9:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think someone should look into the fact that he never discloses anything regarding his income.

Absolutely. If we know how much Darth Dick pays in taxes, why shouldn't we know how much someone actively soliciting donations from us collects? Is he taxed on this money? Enquiring minds want to know.

9:38 AM  
Blogger Everyday Activist said...

I too expect celebrity or rather pseudo-lebrity endorsements. Maybe he can get a list of those who were rejected on "The Surreal Life". Gary Coleman might be a start.

2:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder when his next big trip will be.

3:07 PM  
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