Date: July 08, 2019 12:20AM
Just listened to a pod cast about Dusty Rusty. It was how he took three events in his life and blew them up to make himself look good. Each event was presented to Church members by Rusty. The pod cast presented and document the original event and then showed how Dusty Rusty made it into a miracle. The documentation was written and oral.
It was the last event that he talked about that bothers me. A couple of years ago, Dusty Rusty and Bendy Wendy were in South America meeting with mission president. A couple of other people were present. The news reported that 4 thieves came into the mission with machetes to rob the mission home. The only one who spoke the language was the mission president’s wife. She ran out into the street yelling in the native language they were being robbed. End result according to news report the thieves got away with nothing. She got an injured arm and no one else was hurt or threatened.
Dusty Rusty talks about it in one of his later books saying that the people were coming to get him, and the Lord intervened, and the thieves left. The only one who understood the language well enough was the mission president’s wife and had run out and was yelling in the street. So how would Dusty Rusty know what they were saying?
Within the last year we have Dusty Rusty telling Church members in a meeting that the thieves pointed a gun at his head and told him they were going to kill him and were going to take Wendy. They pulled the trigger and the gun did not fire. Wendy said she could feel the influence of the spirit and that it was that, that chased the intruders away. So, we have gone from machetes to guns. From no one, except the mission president’s wife who could speak or understand the language well enough, to Rusty knowing what they said to him. From a simple robbery to a gun pointed at Dusty Rusty’s head and the gun not firing. From a simple robbery to wanting to take Wendy hostage.
Wendy confirmed at the same meeting with Church members that this is what happened. Great examples of honour and honesty from the top leaders of the Church. Two people who took an event and just blew it up to make themselves look good. They deserve each other.