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MANIC: My Father a CULT Leader | ENDEVR Documentary

ENDEVR | April 1, 2024
MANIC: My Father a CULT Leader | ENDEVR Documentary


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  1. @westho7314

    April 1, 2024 at 11:10 am

    All i got out of this is that a self obsessed insecure little egomaniac with the urge to breed with a multitude of naive and gullible women, leaving a trail of mental illness Maybe he was a wannabe globe trotter wanting to live life large by ,means of petty theft & lying & sending out his victims to steal.. The Hippie cults in Hawaii back in the 70's were strange and often dangerous I lived on the Big Island back then in the 70's and remember the different groups of commune zombies down at the beach, like an adult pre school field trip of sorts, The leading men or guru figures were always these short changed insecure egomaniacs that nobody in their Cult ever questioned yet had all the answers to the questions the leader would both pose upon the flock & and answer to their flocks of fools. The woman who finally killed this creep after baring 5 or 6 children leaves one wondering how she could or anyone be so blind.

  2. @road66runner3

    April 1, 2024 at 11:10 am

    Damn that kid got a dark sense of humor if you can call talking about stabbing your mom casually humor… Its sad that they let their "manic depression" define them, its like they have completely given into it and they play into it for attention IMHO prob something they learned since childhood. Some people shouldnt have children…otherwise this doc really sucks its all over the place.

  3. @alexcarter8807

    April 1, 2024 at 11:10 am

    One thing about Hawaii is, you can't swing a cat without hitting a cult. The place is rotten with 'em. Some are pretty well-known like the Mormons, and some less-so, like "More" or "More House" where a group would live together in a house and take turns turning all their energy/money into fulfilling each person's dreams, taking turns. Like, one guy wanted one of those mail-order TV repair courses. Then there's whatever weird cult Tulsi Gabbard is in. Scientology is big, also Theosophy, pretty much you-name-it plus you-can't-name-it.

  4. @yeshuamysavior04

    April 1, 2024 at 11:10 am

    It's hard it's a weird to hear them. Call her name when I have the same name. It's probably not spelled the same. But it's weird and I do wonder. What was the father doing to the children behind closed doors? That wasn't videotape because it makes me wonder about this. You know, because I went through myself and a lot of people. Don't see it. Don't realize it. Don't believe it and hide it. And the victims of things was like sexual abuse and stuff like that. They don't talk about it. But some of us who have talked about it weren't believed and we were told we were bad, and if it did happen to us we must have caused it to happen to ourselves because of the way we dressed, acted or something like that.

  5. @RawOlympia

    April 1, 2024 at 11:10 am

    cool art. the boy seems to need more physical activity, being in the house makes him feel wretched – he needs to run, swim, jump around mountains – so sorry for all the pain

  6. @trishdelacour8746

    April 1, 2024 at 11:10 am

    What an engrossing and touching story. Beautifully and artisticallly put together. Such a talented and tragic family. However, no matter what his mental health problems were, he was an absolute cad who treated women shockingly badly. It ended for him in the only way it could have.

  7. @IKEMENOsakaman

    April 1, 2024 at 11:10 am

    Kids can't choose their parents. I was also born in a very religious family, and I was taken to worship place every three days. I wasn't allowed to date while in school, and they controlled every part of my life while growing up. I've of course cut contact with them now that I'm an adult, but I'm scarred for life. The thing is, religion is not considered "child negligence", and nobody can help you.

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