It’s FREE! One of the biggest lies of 12 Step groups.

See below the recent tax return for one club (Paridise Inc. in Ohio).  As a tax exempt corporation, this large sum of money is free for them to use any way they see fit.

For those of you who have not read my story about this club, here it is.  Criminals running a million dollar cult religion.  This is just ONE in a sea of 12 step businesses, including 97% of the rehabilitation companies in the USA.


It’s just sickening.

7 comments on “It’s FREE! One of the biggest lies of 12 Step groups.

  1. I’m stunned by the link showing the tax info. These are HUGE amounts. Is it possible for large clubs to be used for money laundering?

    • Not only is it possible, it is probable. The trick is to find someone willing to talk from the inside. They are so brainwashed, they do not see the damage they inflict and the greed they support. I am working on it.

      Thanks for writing Catherine.

  2. I used to go to AA. Ask me anything. I once had an AA-er come to my house with a bottle of vodka. She wanted more than a drink as well.

    • Of course she did. These are the winners who end up, and stay, in a 12 step group. The old ‘coming over with a bottle of vodka’ trick, huh!

      What did you do?

  3. Wow! They are a literal corporation! Looks like they must have a better building than the frivking White House judging by their remodelling expenses! And since when does an AA group have the right to a gaming licence? What a bunch of snakes!

    • And that’s an insult to snakes! I could spend the rest of my life posting tax returns of these groups. This is what they mean by ‘our own contributions.’

  4. Is this club essentially an “Alano” club? Are the owners at all qualified to practice therapy on others, or are they basically property/business owners who “rent” the space out for 12 step meetings and sell refreshments? If so, how do they manage to get non-profit status? They get away with it, no doubt, because they have no official affiliation with AA.
    I find this very interesting, because I was very familiar with a local Alano club in my area, but I have no idea how the business end of it was handled. I suspect someone was making out on the deal after reading this, although not to as great a degree.
    Is it really that easy to claim you’re a non-profit?
    It’s as if AA is the big, well-known, reputable organization, and these member-run outfits are run by semi-white-collar (baby-blue?) criminals cashing in on the AA name. You don’t suppose the AA organization is skimming off the top, or do you? It seems unlikely to me, but anything’s possible.

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