1:10 A.M. — When groups organize around a worthy cause, to mark World Elder Abuse Prevention Day, "awareness" seems like the weakest link among goals.Not for the new Lee Elder Abuse Prevention Partnership, a collection of more than a dozen local agencies that seeks to keep senior adults in Southwest Florida safe.Community awareness is a big part of that because seniors are not likely to report abuse, exploitation or neglect on their own."A lot of times older people don't want to tell us because they're embarrassed," said Dotty St. Amand, executive director of the Alvin Dubin Alzheimer's Resource Center in Fort Myers and the wind beneath LEAPP's wings."Every month in Southwest Florida we investigate almost 200 allegations of abuse, neglect and exploitation of vulnerable and elderly adults," said Erin Gillespie, spokeswoman for the state Department of Children and Families. "Statewide, it's almost 3,000 monthly. ... We know there are many more victims out there."
I've dealt with such organizations. Their "investigations" are actually coordinated in secret with the abuser, and are intended as further abuse, such as by dropping in "unannounced" (to the victim, that is - the timing is coordinated with the regular abuser) at the worst possible time. It also provides them with opportunities to practice lying ("awareness"), which is another means of cultivating the "will for destruction," i.e. by "destroying" truth. (Such as by creating a virtual reality with big lies over a long period of time.) Note that they said that they conduct 200 investigations every month, which is essentially an admission that abusers aren't afraid of these "investigations." (They're partly intended to convince the victim that there's no hope of stopping the abuse.) You'll find that the abusers are never actually held accountable. The reason they know that that there are many other cases of abuse is that they probably manage them.
So, "elder abuse prevention" groups are actually intended to prevent any actual investigations, and are just another smiley face worn by organized Satanism, which preys on the "unfit and outcast," just as Aleister Crowleys Book of the Law commands, in a rare or otherwise nonexistent admission of the appalling true nature of Satanism. Imagine considering tormenting an elderly, dying person as a virtue, and you'll have some idea of demonic will, which is what Satanism seeks to cultivate in its members. It's twisted, and immune to reason. After all, Crowley ordered his followers not to ask for the reasons behind his orders to "stamp down the wretched and the weak."