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Originally posted by intrepid
Originally posted by Majestic12
It seems any group these days is regarded as secret and a threat to society.
What next? The Cub Scouts?
Or Girl Guides, Civil Servants, Teamsters. Oops that last one is probably wrong.
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Originally posted by Cug
Well AA forces you to have a God (any God, much like the masons).. There have been some lawsuits when an atheist was ordered by the court to go to AA for just this reason.
Originally posted by ConspiracyNut23
Almost a year later!
Wow, excellent thread, I wasn’t going to read it (cause the title appeared ludicrous) and then I’ve noticed who started it, so I gave it a shot...
Originally posted by Dae
Just curious but you and a couple of people thought the idea that AA could be a secret society as an "out there" theory. Admitedly I wouldnt have called it one either but a certian % of AA is not open to Joe public. I do wonder what secrects are held close, for instance suicide rates or abuse from sponsors. Too many similarities to catholicism - and the not very nice bits to boot.