Shinehah Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What is to become of Boyd's famous talk? Will it > be filed under: > 1) I don't know that we teach that > 2) He was only speaking as a man > Or > 3) Little factory talk? What little factory talk?
At the last day, their words will condemn them, their actions will condemn, yeah their gaslighting and alluding to powers greater than they possess will condemn them and thrust them down to hell to join Boyd K Packer in the pit of desolation while he remodels the environs for his soon to depart brethren in the Q15.
I notice that his entire talk is presented in a method known as "Voice Roll". This is where ther message is presented in a low volume monotone with a slow speed so that the listener is somewhat hypnotized. It is the oposite approach to the fire and brimstone method and it subliminally attacks the deep internal response mechanism. Properly used it is a powerful mind control tool.
Website technical malfunctions are very common. As someone who has cleaned up many such things, I can tell you that oversights, incompetence and laziness is extremely common and the cause of many things outsiders often attribute to other things. When you have hundreds of thousands of content assets, it's very easy to have some that do not display correctly, especially legacy assets.
Still, this would certainly be a convenient piece of content to disappear. Since it's available on YouTube from the church, it would seem like they're not trying to hide it.
Does anyone know if the pamphlet "To the Young Men Only" is no longer distributed? It was for many decades. I'm sure they still believe the ideas behind it.
The dude had issues- so hugely concerned about boys' private lives. Whatever he talked about in public, I am sure that he counseled youth on behind closed doors. Such a creep and an unqualified authority on human sexuality.
[|] Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Between Kimball's Miracle of Forgiveness, Packer's > little factory and Petersen's suggestion to tie > your hand to the bedpost*, a lot of guilt and > sexual maladjustment was created.
Given his claim to have never seen his wife naked, and his statement that sex was for procreation only, and his suggestion of tying hands to the bedpost, one has to wonder if Petersen wasn't secretly into gay bondage.
Haha cludgie wins best comment for me. Too bad I didn't know back in the day how pathetically neurotic and shamed Packer, Kimball and Petersen were. It would have spared me quite a bit of personal anguish in life.
[edit note] I was a live listener to the infamous little factory speech. It was piped into our stake center in El Paso. My recollection, probably corrupted by time, was no man in that priesthood session could look at any other. Therein was Void KKK Pecker's power.
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Me, too! I was serving in Okinawa, and for some three or more conferences, they used an international telephone connection to pipe the conference into our building. I went to the priesthood session where I heard the talk. But years before that, I was at a special stake priesthood meeting for youth only, and the speaker actually kept saying things with the term "little factory" in it. We were crushed shoulder to shoulder in the movie theater at Edwards AFB, and had no way to escape.
The international telephone connection proved much too costly for the district, so after only three conferences, they stopped it.
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Nevermo here. I believe that when I first became aware of this talk, it was in written form and was no doubt a link on this site. Anyway, I do recall thinking that it was one the most amusing things I'd read in a long time. When he speaks of "fondling", I think I actually laughed aloud :)
Boyd Packer had delusions of sitting in the big chair. In my opinion his big problem was he believed his own B.S. It would appear, that all other things considered, he was on a power trip and forever looking out for #1. It is sad because he could have done so much good.