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The Fellowship - Who Are They?

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posted on Mar, 5 2004 @ 10:00 PM
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Members of Congress belonging to "The Fellowship" a supposed right wing religious offshoot of the Masons, are currently pressuring the FCC and Clear Channel to remove Howard Stern from the air with 3 years of violations and fines.

Senator Sam Brownback is a member.

Who are the other members in Congress?
What is their history?

For the "Stern Revelations"
Friday Transcript of Free Speech suppression, FCC, Masons, The Fellowship, Clear Channel and Infinity
marksfriggin.com...




posted on Mar, 5 2004 @ 10:26 PM
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I found this...

The Fellowship a.k.a The Foundation
Seek to end separation of church and state
Also against free speech and 1st amendment under the guise of decency Also, they are believed to be masons.

The Fellowship
www.quinnell.us...

4.20.03 - Six members of Congress live in a $1.1 million Capitol Hill town house that is subsidized by a secretive religious organization, tax records show. The lawmakers, all Christians, pay low rent to live in the stately red brick, three-story house on C Street, two blocks from the Capitol. It is maintained by a group alternately known as the "Fellowship" and the "Foundation" and brings together world leaders and elected officials through religion. The Fellowship hosts receptions, luncheons and prayer meetings on the first two floors of the house, which is registered with the Internal Revenue Service as a church. The six lawmakers - Reps. Zach Wamp, R-Tenn.; Bart Stupak, D-Mich.; Jim DeMint, R-S.C.; Mike Doyle, D-Pa.; and Sens. John Ensign, R-Nev. and Sam Brownback, R-Kan. - live in private rooms upstairs. Rent is $600 a month, DeMint said. "Our goal is singular - and that is to hope that we can assist them in better understandings of the teachings of Christ, and applying it to their jobs," said Richard Carver, a member of the Fellowship's board of directors who served as an assistant secretary of the Air Force during the Reagan administration. Its tenants dine together once a week to discuss religion in their daily lives. "We do have a Bible study," said DeMint, a Presbyterian who asked to move into the house less than a year ago when there was a vacancy. "Somebody'll share a verse or a thought, but mostly it's more of an accountability group to talk about things that are going on in our lives, and how we're dealing with them." That secrecy is unsettling to the Rev. Barry Lynn, a United Church of Christ minister who heads watchdog group Americans United for the Separation of Church and State. "What concerns people is when you mix religion, political power, and secrecy," Lynn said. "Members of official Washington should always be open and direct about the groups they choose to join, just to dispel any concerns that there's an inappropriate or unconscious agenda in these groups." Lawmakers living under religion's roof is not necessarily problematic, Lynn said, "as long as there are no sweetheart deals that are being made that could trade low rent for access." (AP)


[Edited on 5-3-2004 by StopTheNWO]



posted on Mar, 6 2004 @ 12:32 PM
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The Fellowship of the Ring perhaps? Thats original.. lol.



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