Well 2½ months after leaving “The Garden”* and posting my reviews, this blogger randomly started receiving emails from Internet culture reporters and influencers for the first time in his life. That was when he started to learn about the horrible mistake the equally horrible The Garden in Lafayette, TN, had made.
So at long last Ariel “Rel” Gumson (who, and consider this a CONTENT ADVISORY, would seem most at home in a psychological thriller that ends at the Hague) was a major subject in an interview this blogger held today with Steven Asarch of Insider. This blogger has since learned that Asarch was recently beset by his own scandal that is alleged to have been related to his being dismissed from Newsweek in June of last year (6/2020). The interview dived DEEP into the now-trending dysfunction at “THUGarden” and apparently throughout Rainbow T̶r̶i̶b̶e̶ F̶a̶m̶i̶l̶y̶ Mafia culture, whose property-owning and in other important ways covertly capitalist leadership seem disturbingly consistent in their literally mindless profession of philosophical materialism, in sharp departure from the spiritually charged language of your typical hippie in general and Rainbow in particular, almost suggesting a network of élites who make true hippies their b*tches (figuratively?) by superimposing cult dynamics onto hippie culture, though of course that’s crazy talk, right?
So it looks like what happened in the days leading up to the Ides of March was, after this blogger posted the content in part 1 to every website that he knew had led people to “THUGarden”, the property owner Patrick Martion and his clique enlisted Jack (trailias Tree), a videographer and Euro-style creeper from Northern Ireland, to give “THUGarden” a positive image on TikTok so that Patrick’s equity might benefit from what the clique were no doubt confident would surely prove a younger, more gullible audience. They were wrong. Cat-astrophically wrong!
TikTok accounts run by “THUGarden” residents (which they legally are if they receive mail there, which is why neither Patrick nor Mai nor any of the clique can legally tell anybody to leave with no three days’ notice BS): Tree and Julia (SMS-IC), Rel (IC), Karl aka Eco (W), Amill + Britt, Patrick (SMS-IC). Anti-“THUGarden” users: dirtyhumantwunk, quent91, cultmaker, thomasedisonhatepage, okayhawkins. (SMS = social media shill; IC = inner circle; W = shrinking violet / weasel.)
What apparently happened instead, which triggered the whole “fertilizer-storm”, was that Rel was Rel, Rel had to be seen, and for this and for so many other reasons some major influencers finally had a clear window into the fact that, oh no, here was a cult that was committing some mortal sins against political correctness and the common good as the far-left perceives it, not to mention actual alleged crimes with actual alleged victims, all as radically contrasted with the general peacenik image as are such stimulants as coffee and tobacco that fuel the whole “fertilizer-show” that is The Garden.
Rel, Rel, Rel. And of course most Americans just sort of unconsciously wince (not to mention frown) at the premeditated murder, consumption and wearing of cats and dogs, whatever the whacked-out rationale. So whatever mind-control- or bribery-related means Rel was able to leverage to get people to either leave her alone or support her, the Internet seems not to be influenced quite as easily as some semi-abandoned, jobless town in central Tennessee or the poor decision makers, such as this blogger, who end up traveling there. And it just gets worse and worse.
Because “THUGarden” has now forced this blogger to make a second blog post (no use trying to deny it Bobby, because everything he feels and does is your fault–fair is fair), he’ll be starting a dossier titled Shut Up and Read It. Please send along your “THUGarden Story” so y’all can build an impossibly long testimonial file and finally put “THUGarden” on the map for the reason they oh-so-truly deserve.
(Yo Hollywood or Mel [either one] or Rob-Rod, this right here needs to be a movie!)
And as always,
S T A Y · S A F E · A N D · K E E P · I T · R E A L !
* By way of illustrating the extent of their plagiarism and fakeness (so common with mind controllers – people with no imagination know only control), “The Garden” appears to be a knock-off of “The Farm” nearby. THUGarden was initially called “Shut Up and Grow It” (perhaps a reference to their pathological loathing for any member dissent), derived from “Shut Up and Eat It” and falsely associated with the “Two-Dollar Revolution”, the “People’s Project” and the poor-tasting slogan “Free Land for Free People” (appropriated while figuratively dumpster diving at “Black Bear Ranch” which had discarded the slogan because it’s horrifyingly insensitive. This blogger strains to understand how any of these stated philosophies in any way reflects the day-to-day reality of what he’s simply calling “THUGarden”.