From the shadows, Anonymous battles Scientology

With their dark suits, leering masks and signs warning of what they call the "cult" of Scientology, the protest group Anonymous may startle a few visitors to Millennium Park on Saturday. Full Story
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Since: Feb 07

Belfast, UK

#521 Aug 9, 2008
Yeah blaim the Catholics!

Since: Jun 08

Sterling, IL

#522 Aug 10, 2008
The Anti-ron wrote:
Yeah blaim the Catholics!
Your ability to spell lends authority to any point you are trying to make, so I will respond. If you were refering to my comments, you will see that I was in no way blaming Catholicism (much less Catholics, themsleves) for the problems of Scientology. Perhaps you will be able to understand these kinds of subtleties when you learn to read.
Anonymous

Perth, Australia

#523 Aug 10, 2008
Conspiracy Man wrote:
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Your ability to spell lends authority to any point you are trying to make, so I will respond. If you were refering to my comments, you will see that I was in no way blaming Catholicism (much less Catholics, themsleves) for the problems of Scientology. Perhaps you will be able to understand these kinds of subtleties when you learn to read.
At least Catholics have a strong foundation for their religion, not much can be said about the whole creation of the universe in an 'all-knowing' light, but the idea of aliens brainwashing people and all this is absolutely ridiculous. I'm by no means Christian, I'm an atheist, but scientology takes the cake when it comes to retarded 'religions'. What's with the name anyway, it has nothing to do with scientology.
Anonymous

Perth, Australia

#524 Aug 10, 2008
Erm... I mean science.

Since: Feb 07

Belfast, UK

#525 Aug 11, 2008
Conspiracy Man wrote:
<quoted text>
Your ability to spell lends authority to any point you are trying to make, so I will respond. If you were refering to my comments, you will see that I was in no way blaming Catholicism (much less Catholics, themsleves) for the problems of Scientology. Perhaps you will be able to understand these kinds of subtleties when you learn to read.
The Topix scientology forum is rather similar to those small town bars where regulars turn to look at anyone strange or new as they walk in the door.
Since you are new to me and also to my (sometimes strange) mind, fit the other discription, I am now turning around and looking at you.

Using the same analogy you have obviously introduce yourself so I will say hello and say that I do not always address "the bar" in an entirely serious way and sometimes merely make a comment with very little thought. Thats not to say that I have not in the past intervened against bigotry such as comparing some European states' restrictions on Scientology to historical European systems of government or picking on other religions (sometimes unfairly and often for no dicernable reason that relates to scientology and hence this forum). But as human beings are complex individuals with many sides (perhaps tones) I may have also regrettably indulged in a little bigotry myself; If any of it was towards scientologists this was probably intentional as, according to my knowledge, they belong to an morally bankrupt organisation with few redeeming features if any.

And as punishment for your inexcusable insult to a life-long battle with dyslexia:) its your round.

Since: Feb 07

Belfast, UK

#526 Aug 11, 2008
The Anti-ron wrote:
<quoted text>
The Topix scientology forum is rather similar to those small town bars where regulars turn to look at anyone strange or new as they walk in the door.
Since you are new to me and also to my (sometimes strange) mind, fit the other discription, I am now turning around and looking at you.
Using the same analogy you have obviously introduce yourself so I will say hello and say that I do not always address "the bar" in an entirely serious way and sometimes merely make a comment with very little thought. Thats not to say that I have not in the past intervened against bigotry such as comparing some European states' restrictions on Scientology to historical European systems of government or picking on other religions (sometimes unfairly and often for no dicernable reason that relates to scientology and hence this forum). But as human beings are complex individuals with many sides (perhaps tones) I may have also regrettably indulged in a little bigotry myself; If any of it was towards scientologists this was probably intentional as, according to my knowledge, they belong to an morally bankrupt organisation with few redeeming features if any.
And as punishment for your inexcusable insult to a life-long battle with dyslexia:) its your round.
I may have went on overkill there and should OSA be reading they may well notice that I sometimes say things without putting much thought into them and start totting up my score on a stress test/ how best can we fleece and brainwash this raw meat test.

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