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Modesto Gospel Mission 1 - Stanford 0

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Published by Robert Stanford
The Modesto Gospel Mission demands to weed out any other individual or group that offers assistance to the homeless. They want all the donations and cash to be funneled only to them, so that they can maximize their Cult, the New Life Program", by providing filthy bedding and feeding food rich in heart disease and diabetes to what they themselves call our homeless individuals - "wretched".
The Modesto Gospel Mission demands to weed out any other individual or group that offers assistance to the homeless. They want all the donations and cash to be funneled only to them, so that they can maximize their Cult, the New Life Program", by providing filthy bedding and feeding food rich in heart disease and diabetes to what they themselves call our homeless individuals - "wretched".

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Published by: Robert Stanford on Jun 05, 2011
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Modesto Gospel Mission 1 - Stanford 0Opportunities are not so prevalent in the Modesto Airport District.Primarily because the few bad apples have the advantage of havingtheir descriptions applied across the pre-destined images to be held byall who would step foot on the mission’s “property” in
expectation of any type of assistance whatsoever.
This is further exacerbated by the seemingly unnatural Cult of the NewLife doctrine that prays on the desperate and dull. Blazoned upon theAssistant Director, Mark Hammond’s business card “Building LivesWorth Living” - As though some lives were not worth that much beforeyou started doing “life business” with this man - that same approach
 
toward making a living worked well for Jim Jones too. Well, for awhile.To promote such a thing as their cult, “The New Life Program” iscertainly their right, I suppose, though a flagrant violation of the civilrights of all those in need of their assistance.It’s quite a simple exchange. The more assistance you require, the morerights you must have relinquished.Perhaps Mike Moradian can tell you that now. Or perhaps not.You certainly do not hear of the Mission requesting to get back the$50,000.00 they lost because of the appeal Moradian lodged againsttheir Cult of the New Life de-tox expansion. Which, of course I was andstill am totally in favor of. I like to call it Modesto’s only Christianmonestary. Because in all truthfulness and hyperbole aside, that is infact what it is.Then again, you don’t hear about Mike Moradian asking for a refundfrom the City of Modesto or the Modesto Union Gospel Mission of thefees he had to pony up for the appeal, though it might have been earlyenough for him to put a stop payment on his EarthCalc LTD. Check anyway. I would imagine he was probably compensated from the LaLoma Neighborhood Association’s tax evasion slush fund.Perhaps Darryl Fair can tell you that now. Or perhaps not.You certainly don’t hear him speaking up too much anymore, since hisculpability was discovered by the McClatchy Pravda, the Modesto Beewatchdog that he had headed up an incentive package for his grantwriter of well over a half million dollars. I am sure his Modesto Parksand Recreational Julie Hannon Director will still be spitting down uponhim another cash wind-fall - it just won’t be stolen from the HUDNeighborhood Stabilization grant fund this time.And to think, all she gave me, was a drinking fountain for La Lomapark.Perhaps Corey from the Modesto Union Gospel Mission can tell you. Orperhaps not.
 
His IQ is beginning not to seem very high. He might only be able to tellyou all about me and who I am. Or more specifically who I am not.But you never hear about the special perks the number one thug of theMission staff enjoys at his beckoned call.Of course, neither did I, until I was approached by a professionalhomeless man on the street, ready to body slam me to the filthypavement which lines the marginally public sidewalk in front of theMission.It did not work the way he had once thought it would. That’s theproblem with heroin and playing king of the hill on a span of sidewalk.Things just play out differently for some reason when your opponentisn’t a junky like you and your pimp are. The best his filthy nodded upmanliness could muster was a quick shout out of the phrase, “fakedisciple!” and a step off the sidewalk.Then of course, that evening, like a tragic night in Selma, Corey cameacross yet another black man.The Mission’s top thug did his best to dissuade the young and freshlydisplaced gentleman from seeking from me any opportunities of possibleemployment or advancement.He went on to inform him as to exactly why that would be path leadingto debauchery that Corey has only ever been able to day dream aboutfor hours on end.That I was, in not so many words to be best described as a charlatan,practicing felon and a crazy liar that could only lead him to shooting upon an HIV/AIDS infested mattress, in an alley just down the rail-roadtracks.Whatever number was on the Modesto Gospel Mission’s website, Icalled the next morning leaving a long tirade of an emotional outburstcomplete with the threat you are reading right now.

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