|Diane aka "Dee" Gerrish of Goldendoodle World, has stooped a new low. She posted a horrible blog on Blogspot.com insulting Amish men. Diane Gerrish thinks one of my friends who lives in central Pennsylvania is Amish and prior to the insulting blog about Amish men, Diane posted a nasty blog about me and mentioned my friend's name. A man she does not know and has never met. |
My friend called Diane on the phone and asked her nicely to remove his name from her blog but she refused and the blog is still viewable. I heard the entire conversation between Diane and my friend and Diane was yelling so loudly that my friend couldn't get a word in. My friend had to literally scream at Diane in attempts to get her to hear what he had to say.
Below is the blog that Diane posted about how Amish men beat their wives and have anger issues: I am not posting the rest of Diane's blog where she discusses Internet dating.
The title is:
"One of the most common Amish names in Pennsylvania is the last name Yoder. There are about 1,214 families with the sir name . According to Wikipedia, the Amish (pronounced /?m/, AH-mish) (Pennsylvania
Dutch Amisch, German: Amische), sometimes referred to as Amish
Mennonites, are a group of Christian church fellowships that form a
subgroup of the Mennonite churches. There are many common Amish first
names for men such as Eli, Roy, Atlee, Moses, ,
David, Andy, Reuben, Levi, Ivan, Jonas and John. The Amish always use a
middle initial to indicate the first letter of the mans fathers name to
distinguish what family he was born to. Example, Eli J. Miller means
his fathers name could have been Jonas. Amish women's first names
commonly used are Esta, Fannie, Ada Mae, Edna, Miriam, Esther, Sarah,
Emma, Verna and Mary. There are many Amish people in , Pennsylvania. ; There are quite a few old working towns in the state of Pennsylvania such as Highspire.
Many factories and mills employ quite a few families in the state of
Pennsylvania. Many retireesor those with disabilitieslive there
too. Pennsylvania is the home for many Amish families whether they are
participating or not. Amish church groups seek to maintain a degree of separation from the
non-Amish world. There is generally a heavy emphasis on church and
family relationships. They typically operate their own one-room schools
and discontinue formal education at grade eight. They value rural life,
manual labor and humility. Due to a smaller gene pool, some groups have
increased incidences of certain inheritable conditions which means the
Amish heritage carries quite a bit of genetic health problems due to
inbreeding. The Amish do not participate in military service, so they
have never served their country for any reason whatsoever.
The Amish are very devout in their faith. They believe in the literal
interpretation and application of Scripture as the Word of God. They
take seriously the Biblical commands to separate themselves from the
things of the world. They believe worldliness can keep them from being
close to God, and can introduce influences that could be destructive to
their communities and to their way of life. But what happens if someone
who was raised Amish, leaves the group or breaks away from the group ?
What happens if someone has an Amish ancestry but isn't raised Amish ?
How are they influenced ? The Amish people do not drink, but does that
mean they not have other problems ? Those who do not participate as
Amish, may drink. They may live among regular people and go to different
churches. Those with Amish ancestry may have temper issues.
Relationship issues. Anger issues. Maybe they even hit the women they
are married to or are dating. Maybe they believe it is okay to hit the
women they will date in the future."
In a previous blog that Diane posted, she stated that my friend threatened her with bodily harm. As I stated, I heard the entire conversation and at no time did my friend threaten Diane. Here is a quote from this blog about her accusation: "Footnote: January 29, 2011. "Dan" called my home
to tell me he had "friends in high places" and that I "better leave his
name out of my blogs" or else he would "rip my face off".
This particular blog like all of her other blogs, is extremely long and tedious to read. However, I am posting my complaint about how she continues to slander me on Blogspot.com and one of the things she said about me is this:
"Pine Acres 407-298-4973. (Just recently. Jan. 2011. For a short few days while she went to Hershey, PA.)
"This facility is where Sandra Johnson placed my mother during her visit
with Dan. The Orlando DCF didn't even know Mrs Johnson had left the
state until I forwarded the supervisor her blog message she posted at
this link,(I removed the link).
Diane Gerrish unfortunately is one of my sisters and she is ticked off that I have power of attorney for our elderly mother and that I am our mother's care taker. The above statement that Diane posted about my mother staying at Pine Acres is correct however, for Diane to complain to the department of children and families that I put my mother in a respite so I could take a break is simply outrageous. I do not have to report my whereabouts to anyone and it is NOT my sister's business where I go, what I do or who I do it with. I take care of her mother twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and I deserve to take a break once in awhile.
Diane Gerrish posted this to my friend in her blog: "
"When Dan called my home this morning, his blood pressure seemed to be
quite high. Well, that is quite unfortunate. He doesn't know the facts
because he hasn't seen the actual documented evidence. He is taking Mrs
Johnson at face value so he is taking her side. I understand how he is
being misled. He said he doesn't want to be caught in the middle. As I
told him on the telephone, if he is getting involved with Sandra
Johnson, then unfortunately he will become a part of what is going on."
Instead of quoting my sister's nonsense, I am just going to post the URL where all of her slanderous blogs are about me.