You wonder why...well, who has the money? Who has the rather interesting
All the mother has to offer is herself. Nothing more at this point.
The young women have everything to lose by seeing their mother. In the
sense the life that they have been groomed to know. The young women know
what the 'rules' are of this battle. Their entire world would become
unknown. Sometimes it is far easier to settle for the known then to even
explore other avenues.
I really feel for these young women. Seems that their mother has done well
despite all that has happened to her. She seems to be a far better example
of a parent (i.e. working towards goals and achieving them) then what their
father showed them (i.e. sponging off of others, lying about himself in the
process, using other's money to keep the daughters compliant to him).
And I find it very odd that there is no desire to meet their mother. Some
day there will be an understanding that what their father did was wrong.
(just as wrong as when women take their children and go into
hiding...although I have *yet* to read about a women living that type of
luxurious lifestyle in hiding) In the meantime, father has taught them
Marg Petersen <godd...@kira.peak.org> wrote in article
> In article <filipic.3-0106991108530...
> >In article <7iu6sb$7s...
@newsource.ihug.co.nz>, "Max Burke"
> >> The FACTS are :
> >> He LIED to them.
> >> They KNOW that.
> >> They BELIEVE his motives for the kidnapping and WHY he told them their
> >> mother was dead.
> >> They STILL support him 100%.
> >> They STILL want nothing to do with their mother.
> >> What does THAT tell you about them and him????
> >Actually, I find it incredible that the daughters don't even want to
> >their mother. All these years, believing she was dead -- and now, they
> >don't even want to talk with her??
> I find it pretty incredible as well. Even a certain level
> of curiousity would be *normal*.
> >That tells me that the father has poisoned their minds against their
> >mother. Perhaps he did have their best interests at heart when he first
> >took them, but at this point, why isn't he encouraging them to get to
> >their own mother? He has nothing to lose now. Except, maybe, his control
> >over his daughters' emotions.
> Absolutely! They are adults. What could any of them lose
> by at least meeting with their mother? And yes, I too believe
> that he is a *controller* and has completely brainwashed these
> young women. Both my parents attempted to do the same (brainwash
> my brother and I against the other parent.) When we were adults,
> we could meet with BOTH of them and make our own judgments of
> their integrity. These young women are hiding and it does make
> one wonder why.
> >Just my take on the situation.
> And mine pretty much as well.
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