Sally Brinks crowd funding to raise a few thousand to treat cancer while Bronfman- Raniere squander millions pursuing enemies

Sally Brinks is the dear friend of many at Executive Success Programs. Unfortunately, she contracted cancer.

Her husband was the former head of the Society of Protectors, the Keith Raniere-inspired men’s group.

This is what happens when you lead a Raniere-based organization and you leave and your wife gets cancer.

Edgar Boone is another ESP success story.

His Facebook page makes a plea, on Sally’s behalf, for people to help her with her crowd funding for her cancer treatment

Ms. Brink has raised $41,767 of her $50,000 goal. Those funds were donated bu 262 people in four months.

This woman has cancer. She needed $50,000 and while she suffers, she gets 262 people, probably a good number of them from Executive Success Programs.

Alex Betancourt – $270.

Ginger Macintosh – $50.

Wayne LeBaron – $200

Christina Starr – $200.

Siobahn Hotaling  $150

Ceci Salinas – $200.

Linda Chung  – $100
Angelica Hinojos – $300 [She is a nanny at Rainbow Cultural Gardens]
Kim Constable – $108.
Jack Levy – $1000
Lyvia Cohen – $54
Wendy Rosen-Brooks – $200
Vany Huber -$500
Amanda Canning – $108
Curiously, Mr. Boone does not appear to have offered any donation himself.
The GoFundMe page was created on March 19, 2017, and it still has not reached its goal.

No donations are listed as coming from Clare Bronfman, Sara Bronfman, Nancy “Prefect” Salzman, Lauren Salzman or Keith “Vanguard” Raniere.

Where is Mr. Raniere?

Where are the Bronfman sisters?

They have spent $50 million attacking their enemies.

They spent $65.6 million to cover Mr. Raniere’s losses in the commodities market.

They lost an estimated $20 million in a badly managed Los Angeles real estate investment deal that was concocted and managed by Mr. Raniere.

But not a dime for Sally Brinks.  Is that because Nancy Salzman has long preached that “Breast cancer is the result of low self-esteem”?  (Yes, that was actually part of one of the teaching modules).

Executive Success Programs’ Mission Statement claims: “Our mission is to help transform and, ultimately, be an expression of a noble human civilization. We all have the potential to live and work together in harmony, but this potential is often cut short by our opposing interests and beliefs. This ongoing struggle greatly limits our ability to experience ourselves and the world. …. Our company embodies a set of consistent and universal principles in which all humans can participate. …  By creating a new understanding, we can actualize our potential to live and work together peacefully, and consequently bring human existence to a whole new level. Yet this cannot be done without first raising human awareness, fostering ethical humanitarianism, and celebrating what it truly means to be human. This is our mission.”

They left the word “monster”out.

Celebrating what it truly means to be human monsters.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Sally Brinks crowd funding to raise a few thousand to treat cancer while Bronfman- Raniere squander millions pursuing enemies

  1. If you scan the comments on Frank Report, you will note that Saturday night is when the Raniere-verse apologists and concern-trolls come out.

    They don’t seem to have integrated the “Persistence” module because they vanish by Sunday morning.

    It is interesting that the current talking points explicitly concede that the DOS revelations of blackmail, slavery, and genital branding are true. The posts are just ad hominem attacks on Mr. Parlato’s style and legal case status.

    It is to be hoped that students in Vanguard University will be taught the fallacious nature of such arguments. But since the Vanguard University curriculum is reported to be high school level (for $5000 per month!) that may be expecting too much….

  2. Praise be to those who have contributed. Whether they are in the Raniere-verse or not.

    That said, it should be noted that ESP teaches a version of Ayn Rand’s Objectivism. Feeling “obligated” to help anyone is an ethical breach. Choosing to help someone is tolerable, but a sign that you have not conquered your conscience and is thus a sign of incomplete integration.

    It is of course unethical to require people with multimillion dollar income streams (that they deny lead to them) to pay taxes to cover catastrophic medical expenses of others….

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