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Saturday, July 11, 2015

Jill and Derick Dillard don't let the door hit your asses on the way out!



Jill and Derick are going to El Salvador instead of Nepal.  Guess Nepal told them they were not welcome.

Even though there is a lawsuit against Josh right now, it is still possible to extradite Jill back to the states to testify.  You can't plead the 5th in a civil suit.

6 comments:

  1. She'd like like a weasel in court, if Jim Bob ordered her to. She's been brainwashed to obey mindlessly.

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  2. Uh, do you suppose that just maybe the catastrophic earthquake and fields of rubble might have something to do with them not going to Nepal? Don't get me wrong, they're all douchebags, but it's really stupid to say Nepal maybe didn't want them. I doubt they were turned away based on being related to the Duggars.

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  3. LevidumpedthepalinsJuly 12, 2015 at 1:57 AM

    Jill grew up in a spartan, patriarchal household that covered up sexual abuse. This life is all she has ever known. She is a victim like all the other females in this subculture. Her world as she knew it has been shattered to shards.

    It is easy for me to understand how Jill could believe this is the best option for her and any children she may raise. I do not see this as her attempt to protect her father and brother. I see this as her attempt to escape and start a new life for herself.

    Good for her.

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    1. Too bad she and her husband have to poison another country with those same values.

      If she really wants to escape and start a new life, she will need to reject the cult altogether.

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  4. Actually Nepal has experienced more than a little unpleasantness with evangelicals. Hers an excerpt from an article on the subject;

    "In recent years in both Nepal and India tensions have been mounting between the majority Hindu population and American Evangelical missionaries who have been accused of employing aggressive and manipulative tactics to covert Hindus to their version of the Christian faith. Now, caught in the middle of a disaster zone, the American missionaries have come to centre stage in the international aid efforts. Americans and Europeans living and working in the country are westerners with contacts in the wealthy western world.

    What is now becoming apparent is the dangerous superior attitude of many so-called Christians towards the people of their host nation. Indian and Nepalese social media has come alive with examples of missionaries in Nepal cynically using the disaster as proof of God’s disfavour of their inferior religion, and using it as a means of ‘winning people over to Christ.’ One can only imagine that this is just another example of their ongoing behaviour.


    Chris Chadwick is a San Diego based Baptist pastor, and a member of a religious denomination that has long supported Evangelical missionaries in Nepal and around the world. Rather than using the earthquake as an ‘open door’ to take real and meaningful help to people in distress he sees it as little more than an opportunity to use trauma as a means of delivering the killer punch of faith.

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    1. Thank you for this comment. It is so true and I wish more media outlets would highlight the insidious nature of these missionaries.

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