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There are 31 comments on the Daytona Beach News-Journal Online story from Jul 3, 2014, titled Jehovah's Witnesses 'investigating' uses for former FAA building PALM .... In it, Daytona Beach News-Journal Online reports that:

Members of the Jehovah's Witnesses hope their newly purchased building will help them in their mission to spread Bible teachings and inspire more people across the globe.

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Since: Sep 13

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#1 Jul 3, 2014
Too bad for Daytona beach-they pride themselves on free/volunteer laborers and the only regular workers are basically unpaid and will be living on the site-it't not dorms for visiting trainees, likely, but no matter who is sleeping there, they are unpaid and not there to check out the local sightseeing, nightlife or to in any way improve the local economy. They will keep the facility looking real nice until they sell it though, so there is that.
joe

Leesburg, FL

#2 Jul 4, 2014
The article lists a number for the people who have been jobless for 18 months. The cost of the building is not an exact figure. Intentions of using the building are not supported by he dates that remain vague The belief of an estimated 7 million dollar investment by religious organization is an exact indication of greed. Organizations are tax free with expressed interests of %100 profit margins. No investment not intention no belief. As a board member for the university system for the State of Florida this is a redirection of tax dollars to Mori Housini.
Dragonfly Hummingbird

Oviedo, FL

#3 Jul 4, 2014
Another property off the tax rolls is not a good deal for the county. They will declare it a church property even if it is used a a whorehouse.
joe

Leesburg, FL

#4 Jul 4, 2014
Right 4500 Palm Coast Parkway is listed as a leadership center. The Google Map split that address to Covenant Church [Port Orange off of Reed Canal] Neither of which resemble an F.A.A. building.

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#6 Jul 5, 2014
They apparently aren't to observant or they would know that people will not benefit .. Except for supplies.. One doesn't have to wonder about the merchant seeing the destruction and saying to bad ..to bad.. But as for bringing work to the area.. It's not very likely.. And when you look at their commune in Walkill.. they aren't buying food from local stores.. nor utilizing any of the facilities that most people would.. As they have unpaid slaves..doing it all.. IN house..

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#7 Jul 5, 2014
They seem to be buying property..with money..that is not their... and speculating on what to use it for.. Hmm! Kind of ..we don't have a specific need...at the moment but will just horde buildings and property.. because we can.. And the Members have been condition to see these articles and not pay any attention to them as it's just a worldly view... So..the comment about furthering the world wide work will give them a warm fuzzy feeling as the article and it content flows out of their mind.. And they won't give it another thought..
joe

Leesburg, FL

#8 Jul 5, 2014
The money alleged to be used as property investment is a partial liquidation of funds through separate Methodist organizations in Volusia County redistributing the same funds through donation [money laundering] The issue remains with accumulation of properties through mutual investment- trading of stocks insider trading mutual insurance fraud. It's an intent with direction.
joe

Leesburg, FL

#9 Jul 5, 2014
The combination of numbers between two separate tax based counties [Volusia -Flagler in the count for the number of homeless people would divide the numbers with an equal number of homeless to Flagler a marginal difference to record improvements in the real estate market -for Volusia by quoting exact numbers of 100 jobless against inexact numbers for Flagler. Tax free properties of religious organization [again greed] remain in tact though illegal zoning laws = no investment.
joe

Leesburg, FL

#10 Jul 5, 2014
According to legal standards of the county the homeless include intent to commit crime. Low level prosecution appointed by the state att. office in defense of those who can not afford a lawyer. Several of these cases [reported] involve minor offense creating a back log of the judicial system, where city county council member will have expensive representation [Jim Purdy prosecutor Volusia County- Dan Ekhart ] with the preparation of a defense that avoids prosecution under Sovereign Immunity. Immunity as a Florida Sunshine Law is re written as a matter of convenience to government members as a state constitution to violate amendment rights protected by federal law.
Joe

Leesburg, FL

#12 Jul 11, 2014
Not coincidentally a woman has been charged with stealing $150.000 from an aviation service operating from Daytona International Airport
Remnant 143999

Albuquerque, NM

#14 Jul 14, 2014
I thought the most holy beloved idol/wtnts was a non profit org. How did the wtbts acumalate 7 million dollars if they claim they are non-profit,go figure.
Joe

Leesburg, FL

#15 Jul 14, 2014
There are no official records of ownership of properties in Volusia County. The figures quoted by the News Journal only represent an opinion of the editor. Not for profit benefits from what is known as a collective tax. The collective tax has illegal zoning that makes up a private voting district to illuminate the purpose of a legal election. One property can be added to a tax structure without being an investment to protect another property that is a mutual stock agreement. This can be done with property lines or through business affiliations! Interests outside of the county divided between Volusia/Flagler represents an increase of property value by split numbers of homeless people supported by religious organization. The property in Flagler as an F.A.A. building is connected to Embry Riddle stockholders It's about the land not a legitimate property investment the money that's drawn from the property.

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#16 Jul 14, 2014
lol haters gonna hate!

“Family comes First”

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#17 Jul 14, 2014
Duh-boy wrote:
lol haters gonna hate!
And subscribers to false prophesies gonna justify!

Since: Aug 09

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#18 Jul 14, 2014
Mikronboy wrote:
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And subscribers to false prophesies gonna justify!
Jehovah's Witnesses are not guilty of one single false prophecy. Setting a date for a prophecy already recorded in the bible should not be considered a false prophecy, rather an error or false prediction of the prophecy already established in the bible.

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#19 Jul 14, 2014
Duh-boy wrote:
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Jehovah's Witnesses are not guilty of one single false prophecy. Setting a date for a prophecy already recorded in the bible should not be considered a false prophecy, rather an error or false prediction of the prophecy already established in the bible.
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. Justifying ..just like what was said,. No matter how you look at it.. It was an untruth..and it mislead people.. it went beyond what was written. and.. was preached to the world....So ..you can deny all you want .... IF your girlfriend set a date for you to get married and then didn't show up .. how would you feel??

Since: Sep 13

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#20 Jul 14, 2014
Duh-boy wrote:
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Jehovah's Witnesses are not guilty of one single false prophecy. Setting a date for a prophecy already recorded in the bible should not be considered a false prophecy, rather an error or false prediction of the prophecy already established in the bible.
Nope. Its false prophecy. The WT agrees. They wrote an article calling Harold Camping a false prophet when he gave a date for Jesus' return. Go to your WT index and find it for yourself.
Joe

Leesburg, FL

#21 Jul 14, 2014
123 Live Oak Daytona Beach the listed address of Lassiter Transportation represents F.D.O.T. The same address is Christian Fellowship Church Of Science.

Since: Aug 09

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#22 Jul 14, 2014
Maravilla wrote:
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. Justifying ..just like what was said,. No matter how you look at it.. It was an untruth..and it mislead people.. it went beyond what was written. and.. was preached to the world....So ..you can deny all you want .... IF your girlfriend set a date for you to get married and then didn't show up .. how would you feel??
Mislead people? What's the benefit of that? What proof do you have that they are intentionally out to mislead?

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#23 Jul 14, 2014
Covered wrote:
<quoted text>Nope. Its false prophecy. The WT agrees. They wrote an article calling Harold Camping a false prophet when he gave a date for Jesus' return. Go to your WT index and find it for yourself.
I know the article. They got it wrong. That's not actually a false prophecy.

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