The article below of mine was published on this site on 16 January 2015.

Warner Bros were going to produce a movie about Hillsong and backed out.

In the end, Hillsong financed the movie themselves and it was a flop. The movie didn’t mention how Frank Houston the founder of Hillsong was a secret pedophile all his life, or that his son Brian  Houston has been recommended by an Australian Royal Commission into child sex abuse to be prosecuted for pedophile protection. That is, for not reporting his father Frank to the Australian police in 1999 when he confessed to his crimes, and for sheltering his old dad from the Australian police and authorities from 1999 to November 2004 when he died.

 

Blog article 16 January 2015

 

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Warner Bros were going to produce a Hillsong Documentary.

A couple of months ago in January they cancelled it.

The rank odour of pedophilia and dead boys bones drifted across the Pacific from Australia and New Zealand to Los Angeles.

 

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Frank Houston's abuse of these boys didn't leave scars. It was physical and it did leave scars in their minds and bides. we just can't see them. They're actually worse scars because they went far deeper than skin.

Frank Houston the founder of Hillsong’s secret sexual abuse of hundreds of little boys didn’t leave scars. It was physical and it did leave scars in their minds and bides. We just can’t see them. They’re actually worse scars because they went far deeper than skin.

 

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Greater Los Angeles is a vast sprawling metropolis, one of the largest in the world, hedged between the Santa Monica and San Gabriel mountains to the east and the vast deep blue Pacific Ocean to the west.

To the north are sprawling suburbs running up the Californian Fruit Bowl towards San Francisco, a days drive to the north.

To the south lies more sprawling suburbs towards San Diego and Mexico.

Over the mountains lies Nevada and Arizona and famous cities, towns and destinations like Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe, Yosemite, Death Valley, Joshua Tree National Park and Palm Springs.

California is the most populous state in America.

The economic output of Greater Los Angeles is massive and its economic revenue and strength is the third largest city in the world after Greater Tokyo and New York City.

Greater Tokyo has 40 million people. Greater Los Angeles 18 million people. 

The economic output of Los Angeles is over $830 billion per annum (in 2008).

 America like Australia is a vast space.

And the Americans have been there, done that.

They can see a scam and a con coming at 1000 paces.

America is full of sharp shooters and fast talkers like Pastor Brian Houston, Pastor Carl Lentz of Hillsong New York and Pastor Jonathan Wilson, formerly of Goulburn Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney and now of Santa Monica, Los Angeles.

America, Los Angeles and Warner Bros can see a con and a fraud coming at 2000 paces.

That’s why they’ve cancelled the Hillsong documentary. It’s a waste of good film.

Warner Bros is a very old and discerning movie company.

Warner Bros caught wind of Hillsong fronting at the Australian Royal Commission on unanswered allegations of Hillsong’s CEO Brian Houston not reporting a pedophile and sheltering of a pedophile, which are criminal offences in Australian and which attract possible jail terms.

Who knows what happened in the Backlots of Warner Bros but the Hillsong documentary isn’t coming via Warner Bros.

 

Here is an article about it:

 

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Hillsong Documentary No Longer On The Cards For Warner Bros

Jan 15th 2015 | 6:47pm | Staff Writer More Sharing Services

An impending documentary about Christian mega-church Hillsong and its ubiquitous musical arm, Hillsong United, has been dropped from the release schedule of production house Warner Bros, it has been reported.

According to Variety, the planned flick, directed by Michael John Warren and titled Hillsong: Let Hope Rise, was due for release on Wednesday, 1 April (ahead of the all-important Easter weekend), a date it has apparently had booked since July last year.

Neither the studio nor film rights-holders Alcon Entertainment have issued a statement in response to the move.

Hillsong was founded in 1983 by Brian and Bobbie Houston, and is presently led by the couple’s son, Joel. It has, in its lifetime, grown into a worldwide collective boasting 12 locations and weekly attendance rates somewhere in the vicinity of 100,000 people total.

It’s not all been miracles and unlimited fish for Hillsong of late, though — Brian Houston made headlines last year after allegedly failing to report child sex abuse committed by his late father, Frank, which consequently led royal commission senior counsel to advise that he “should be referred to police for investigation” in late December.

However, it should be noted that consequently no charges have been filed, and there is no official indication the issue influenced Warner Bros’ decision or that it is in any way connected.

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The writer Donald Elley of Bellingen. Now coffee and food critic.

The writer Donald Elley of Bellingen. Doesn’t like pedo protectors.

 

There we have it folks.

The rank odours of pedophilia and dead boys bones has drifted across the Pacific to Los Angeles, the City of Angels.

After all Los Angeles was the site of the mighty Azusa Street Revival in 1905, one of the greatest revivals ever on the planet, which birthed the mighty modern Pentecostal Church.

 

Brian Houston step aside, you ain’t got the Breath of God on you son.

 

The life of Brian.

The life of Brian. Things are starting to unravel.