“Recruitment is a slow, steady process, you kind of slip into it, and before you know it ‘facts’ such as these are plausible. What you don’t know early on is that everyone else is in on it, so you are being recruited by the entire group. I remember an American girl arriving and we all recruited her, me included. I’d become one of them.”
“...This group wasn’t about money but power,” explains Graham Baldwin. “Nick was very confused when I met him, like many people in his position who are trying to make sense of what happened to them. I let him talk a lot, but I asked a lot of questions, such as ‘why do you think they did this or that?’. Cult victims must find the answers themselves. Cults target intelligent young people who are often searching for something. Anyone can be recruited. There is no immunity.”
It may be a story about a Costa Rican eco-cult. It’s modus operandi contains elements familiar from earlier cults that have robbed members of their money, minds and futures. These methods of psychological control will remind you of some similarities with how the inspection cult must operate.
Anything can be accredited as long as it can be written down for inspection.