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Losing Focus

Although I’ve written about the activities of the Exclusive Brethren sect in Australia and New Zealand, I hadn’t realized how well-established it is in Britain, too. There, as in Australia and New Zealand, the sect is targeting kids: the Brethren’s...


Completely green

The Exclusive Brethren, a shady Antipodean religious sect with a sideline in child abuse, has long tried to influence regional politics. So having failed spectacularly in New Zealand, the sect is now heading for a repeat performance in Australia: Anti-Greens...


The Exclusive Brethren gets tired

I’ve written before about the Exclusive Brethren, a nasty little Antipodean religious sect that, despite a long record of child abuse (not to mention money laundering), still receives some A$7 million a year in Australian government funding for its fundamen-talist...


Exclusive Brethren crashes Brash

I’ve written before about the Exclusive Brethren, a sad little religious sect that, when it isn’t harboring child molesters or laundering money, spends its time undermining New Zealand’s (and Australia’s) political processes. Those efforts aren’t exactly paying off: New Zealand...


Empty vessel

It’s always heartening to hear how religion can make a real difference in kids’ lives: For Vincent Field, it was the highest honour a boy in the Exclusive Brethren could have - the chance to meet the Elect Vessel, the...


Suffer little children

How our schools would be run if James Dobson was Secretary of Education: Children at taxpayer-funded schools run by the Exclusive Brethren sect are brainwashed and their basic texts are crudely censored, say former teachers. Several teachers have told The...