Today's title is directed at my parents, brother, and sisters, as well as my Former Employer (see most previous post), and all the Bush/Cheney/Gingrich/Fox News Republicans and their allies, the CIA (who tried to murder me in Puerto Vallarta), FBI (who murdered JFK, RFK, and MLK Jr.), Papists, Mexican and other Drug Mafia who OWN narco-trafficking in the Americas and Afghanistan; Michael Remer and John Eastman and the others who conspired and hijacked the estate of Tennessee Williams -- especially Thomas Keith who added lies to my Tennessee Williams memoir when he edited it and John Uecker who murdered my former employer when my mother claimed she had me "chemically lobotomized" on Lithium.
Special shout-out to Christal Presley (and her close friend, Sean Hannity of Fox News), who connects these pieces together.
Also directed to some troublemakers in my new hometown, Wilmington, NC: The local drug mafia (operating largely out of Good Shepperd Center), much of the Wilmington Police Force (but NOT the Sheriff or D.A).
I'll be working with the D.A.'s investigator (and others) soon, to give y'all your "just desserts!"
>>> CORRECTION!!! The local D.A., Benjamin David, is TOTALLY corrupt from all appearances. >>> IN FACT: He and his lovely family sat Sunday Mornings in the very front pew of Kenan Chapel at First Presbyterian Church. Since I first blogged about his crimes on Palm Sunday (2011 -- this added 3 July 2012 for clarity. Click on blog header to get CURRENT posts and updates) -- or thereabouts -- they have NOT attended services at First Prez (at least not in Kenan Chapel).
The message today is the email I sent to the three pastors at First Presbyterian Church here in Wilmington:
Kenans are descended from the Stuart line in Scotland, so therefore, although not doing the original theorizing, sanctioned the "Presbyterian Church" as the official church of their kingdom, which continues in the US as BOTH branches, although, being gay as a goose, I say the remaining UPC is in error.
It originated when the old southern Presbyterian Church began ordaining women. It had nothing to do with either the United Presbyterian Church of North America or the United Presbyterian Church U.S.A., both northern Presbyterian Churches.