It’s not enough for Robin Edgar to go out of his way to insult and offend any and every UU who does not fulfill his egocentric need for attention and retribution. (Remember, dear readers, he admits that such behaviour is deliberate on his part.) Now he has to insinuate that all UU leaders are complicit in any and every action of which he disapproves.
His latest target: The Board of Trustees of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Why? Well, let’s see…
He thinks Reverend Victoria Weinstein should be punished for certain statements made on her “Peacebang” blog, including statements which she herself removed. If the Board does not agree, then the Board is complicit and therefore guilty.
He thinks that one or more UU ministers are behind this blog, and even though he has absolutely no proof of that, since the Board will not take action against us, then they are complicit and therefore guilty.
He continues to harp that Reverend Ray Drennan was verbally and psychologically abusive towards him, and therefore must be punished – even though he has been retired from active ministry for many, many years – and since the Board will not compel the UUA’s Ministerial Fellowship Committee to reopen the case simply because he demands it, then they are complicit and therefore guilty.
The list of “offenders” goes on and on – basically any UU who has the intelligence and fortitude to tell this man, ‘No, you cannot have your way simply because you believe you’re right about everything’ – and because the Board will not do as he demands (yes, he specifically told the Board in his latest communication that he demands that they act on his lengthy list of complaints) then they are just as guilty.
It’s like filing a lawsuit against your neighbor, and then when the judge determines there is no evidence and therefore no case, then you sue the judge for ‘complicity’ with the neighbor. Worse, you sue anybody and everybody who had even the most remote association with the neighbor and the judge, all to bully them into giving you what you want.
One question, Mister Edgar – Are you even a member of any Unitarian Universalist congregation? You could have joined the Lakeshore UU Congregation in the Montreal area, or the Church of the Larger Fellowship. No? So why do you keep complaining that the UUA, CUC and other UU bodies will not do as you say? If you are not a member, then what standing do you have to demand such things of the Board? Oh, that’s right – you were a member of the Unitarian Church of Montreal … until they got fed up with your disruptive, abusive and obsessive antics, and after suspending your membership twice, finally decided enough was enough and showed you the door. And what have you done since then? Picket in front of that door, and demand that anybody who might hear you join in your rage-filled drive for ‘justice’.
All of this was based because, as you say, the former minister of the Montreal church alleged that you might be mentally ill. So let’s put that to rest once and for all. Go to a qualified and impartial psychiatrist, and let him or her evaluate you. If, as you say, there is nothing to this allegation, then what are you afraid of?