Friday, July 9, 2010

1 Tila and her Army just can't accept the Truth!

So earlier today, I was surprised that I was able to comment at Tila's gossip "shite" under the title of "MISS TILA’S NEW HAIR AND VIDEO BLOG!" and decided to take advantage and left a message intended for vulnerable fans. Tila doesn't seem to understand that deleting is futile because I've took a screen shot of my message that is not perfect, but certainly better than Tila's usual and insipid Dear Diary thoughts. In the end, I got banned, again, but it's nothing and I knew my actions.

The fans who had the opportunity to reply weren't too happy and I'm not usually good at improvising quick quips, but read what they had to say:

I can't expect much out of them. Here are some of applications Tila published:

Here are more excerpts from Helter Skelter book regarding about The Family members: You should read Manson: Family | Nguyen: TilaArmy ...cult congregation? first to fully understand what I'm saying.

[pg 554] Shinn then took Susan through her background: her early religious years ("I sang in the church choir"); the death of her mother from cancer ("I couldn't understand why she died, and it hurt me"); her loss of faith; her problems with her father ("My father kept telling me, 'You're going downhill.' so, I just went downhill"); her experiences as a topless dancer in San Francisco; her explanation for why she was carrying a gun when arrested n Oregon ("I was afraid of snakes"); and her introducation to drugs, Haight-Ashbury, and her first fateful meeting with Charles Manson.

[pg 577] Hochman found in all three girls "much evidence in their history of early alienation, of early antisocial or deviant behavior." Even before joining the Family, Leslie had more emotional problems than the average person. Sadie actively sought to be everything her father warned her not to be.

Katie first had sex at fifteen. She never saw the boy again, and she suffered tremendous guilt because of the experience. Manson eradicated that guilt. He also, in letting her join the Family, gave her the acceptance she desperately craved.

[pg 578] Susan Atkins was suffering from a diagnosable condition, he said: an early childhood deprivation syndrome which had resulted in a hysterical personality type. This was not legal insanity as defined by M' Naghten. Leslie Van Houten was an immature, unusually impulsive person, who tended to act spontaneously without reflection. Nor was this legal insanity as defined by M'Naghten.

Dr. Claude Brown, the Mobile psychiatrist, had stated that "at the time I saw Miss Krenwinkel, she showed a schizophrenic reaction."

Schizophrenia may be legal insanity as defined by M'Naghten.

I had Hochman define the word "pyschotic." He replied that it meant "a loss of contact with reality."

[pg 579] "Basically, you define the word "insanity" to be the layman's syndrome for "psychotic?"
"I would say that the word "insanity" is used generally to mean "psychotic."

[pg 589] It was obvious that each of them had a revulsion, an antipathy, a seething feeling of disgust for society, for their own parents." Each of the three girls had dropped out of society before even meeting Charles Manson; ...and each had rejected her real family before meeting Manson.

"Manson was simply the calatyst, the moving force that translated their pre-existing disgust and hatred for society and human beings into violece."

[pg 593] "Mrs. Roseland was convinced Manson's power to manipulate others came not from within himself but "from the voids within the minds and souls of his followers."

[pg 626] during the course of his wanderings Manson probably encountered thousands of persons. Most chose not to follow him, either because they sensed that he was a very dangerous man or because they did not respond to his sick philosophy. Those who did join him were not, as noted, the typical girl or boy next door. Charles Manson was not a Pied Piper who suddenly appeared on the basketball court at Texas State, handed Charles Watson a tab of LSD, then led him into a life of crime. Watson had quit college with only a year to go, gone to California, immersed himself in the selling as well as the using of drugs, before he ever met Charles Manson. Not just Watson but nearly every other member of the Family had dropped out before meeting Manson. Nearly all had within them a deep-seated hostility toward society and everything it stood for which pre-existed their meeting Manson.

[pg 627] Those who chose to go with him do so, Dr. Joel Hochman testified, for reasons "which lie within the individuals themselves." In short, there was a need, and Manson seemed to fulfill it. But it was a double process of selection. For Manson decided who stayed. Obviously he did not want anyone who he felt would challenge his authority, cause dissension in the group, or question his dogma. They chose, and Manson chose, and the result was the Family. Those who gravitated to Spahn Ranch and stayed did so because basically they thought and felt alike. This was his raw material.

In shaping that material into a band of cold-blooded assassins who were willing to vent for him, his enormous hostility toward society, Manson employed a variety of techniques. He sensed, and capitalized on, their needs. As Gregg Jakobson observed, "Charlie was a man of a thousand faces," who "related to all human beings on their level of need." His ability to "psych out" people was so great that many of his disciples felt he could read their minds.

...Manson made it a point to find out what that something was, and supply at least a semblance of it, whether it was a father surrogate, a Christ figure, a need for acceptance and belongings, or a leader in leaderless times.

[pg 628] "You can convince anybody of anything if you just push it at them all of the time. They may not believe it 100 percent, but they will still draw opinions from it, especially if they have no other information to draw their opinions from." - Charles Manson.

He used sex. Realizing that most people have sexual hangups, he taught, by both precept and example, that in sex there is no wrong, thereby eradicating both their inhibitions and their guilt. But there was more than sex. There was also love, a great deal of love. To overlook this would be to miss one of the strongest bonds that existed among them. The love grew out of their sharing, their communal problems and pleasures, their relationship with Charlie. They were a real family in almost every sense of that word, a sociological unit complete to brothers, sisters, substitutes mothers, linked by the domination of an all-knowing, all powerful patriarch.

[pg 630] Whenever people unquestioningly turn over their minds to authoritarian figures to do with as they please--whether it be in a satanic cult or some of the more fanatic offshoots of the Jesus Movement, in the right wing or the far left, or in the mind-bending cults of the new sensitivity--those potentials exist. One hopes that none of the these groups will spawn other Charles Mansons. But it would be naive to suggest that that chilling possibility does not exist.


You can just literally feel their rage from the replies that they [TilaArmy] find offensive.


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