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Church of Scientology buys former science museum site in ...

That's funny, just the image I had of what you must be like. Except you're wearing an elron mask and masturbating over a picture of Tom Cruise while flaggelating yourself for being 1.1 Hubbard explaining Xenu: http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=pCHOp aP9704 The fact that the cult keeps buying up prooperties and claiming this as proof of expansion is hilarious and transparent. Especially funny when you consider that Hubbard declared in: Reference: Tape 31 DECEMBER 1960 – The Genus of Scientology "We own a tremendous amount of property. We own a tremendous amount of material, and so forth. And it keeps growing. But that's not important. When buildings get important to us, for God's sake, some of you born revolutionists, will you please blow up central headquarters. If someone had put some H.E. [high explosives] under the Vatican long ago, Catholicism might still be going. Don't get interested in real estate. Don't get interested in the masses of buildings, because that's not important."  (Feb 18, 2011 | post #124)

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Fact-Checking The Church Of Scientology: Journalist Lawre...

That's a very good point. This is why the cult began to masquerade as a religion, in order to claim religious freedom and avoid prosecution for practicing medicine without a license. They used to just a be a self-help business until their medical claims started being investigated.  (Feb 17, 2011 | post #3)

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Scientology's Aussie mayor

Evidence for this claim, pleaseEvidence for this claim, pleaseEvidence for this claim, pleaseLogical falacy. This material may come from supposed psychiatric techniques, but scientologists can view because it is in a scientology display, deemed acceptable by the higher ups who decide what you are allowed to view. "Industry of Death" is disgusting and offensive propaganda at it's worst. It is tantamount to holocaust denial based on the fact that it entirely misappropriates the suffering of the victims of a tragic part of history and abuses their memory to target a profession that Hubbard didn't like because they refused to publish his quack ideas ie. Dianetics. And the Topic is the massive fallout against the Mayor for letting himself be conned by a dangerous fraud, masquerading as a cult, masquerading as a religion.  (Feb 17, 2011 | post #64)

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Vicory over scientology! By Angry Dwarf Miscavige's stand...

Hi guys, was contacted by Red Pill. I've been away for a while but thought I should pop in to see how everyone is doing. Looks like you've driven the cult out of topix. The only pro-scientology activity is the automatic news-search program picking up Cult PR puff pieces from self-publication websites. Good work! Just a few dedicated people have managed to make this forum free again. That's beautiful. You fought the good fight with peace and love, you took down those who would con, lie, steal, destroy families and destroy lives. This is one less avenue open to the cult for recruiting the innocent and taking their money, their lives, their families, their futures. I salute you all and say Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Season's Greetings, Blessed Be, Good will to all, Peace on Earth and a Happy New Year!!  (Dec 20, 2010 | post #1)

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Church of Scientology opens new D.C. home

It's usually the way. Jeff Stone for example, though he's not a congressman. Yet.  (Nov 10, 2009 | post #3)

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I know the dark side of Scientology...I almost lost my fr...

Amazing Article. Could be worth following.  (Nov 10, 2009 | post #1)

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Scientologist Blog

wow, that's pretty well harpooned blog already. Reminds me though of something. I'm pretty sure it's the style of the old ARS handler, Trough Slurper...sorry, Truth-Seeker. But then, one programmed, brainwashed OSAbot is much like another.  (Nov 6, 2009 | post #2)

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Blown for Good: Behind the Iron Curtain of Scientology

There's always Amazon, Bane. I myself don't buy things over the net generally. Supporting local commerce and all that. One exception's stuff from Australia, strangely. Aussie's seem to make amazing liquorice for some reason. BFG's book should be amazing. It's already had some good write-ups in the media. It seems that the press are paying more attention to what people like Marc have to say and less to the mindless press releases and standing denials of the cult of scientology. The COfS has lost it's power to intimidate.  (Nov 6, 2009 | post #5)

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Will France Ban Scientology?

QUOTE who="Gold Mask"]<quo ted text> Dontchya just wanna dance a little jig to how the cult of scientology are just drowning in all the entheta and bad press? LMAO!! And, the best trolls and clams can do is rate my posts poorly. BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA AAAAA[/QUOTE] It's true. Their whole response is basically to put their fingers in their ears and run in circles shouting "blah, blah, blah! I can't hear you!" The few of them who aren't are channelling their failure rage into their keyboards, spamming up the forums with nonsense. It's terribly sad. Poor CofS. How easily and far you fall as you desperately try to avoid the truth.  (Nov 6, 2009 | post #63)

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Rathbun and Rinder on Minton

Always good to hear from Paulette Cooper. Sea Org down to a third of its number? Sounds good to me. As another poster over there pointed out, even if the report isn't accurate, the fact the people who are in are saying this sort of thing is amazing. The walls are coming down.  (Nov 6, 2009 | post #4)

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Will France Ban Scientology?

How is that? What has Islam done wrong? The faith of Islam has committed no evil as far as I'm aware. Yes, some people have committed crimes in it's name, but can be said of any religion. At no level can CofS practices be compared to Islam. Islam is free to anyone who asks about it. You can get all of the teachings of Islam without any charge. You can take part in Islamic services for free, hear the deepest beliefs of Islam for free. You can believe in Islam for free. This is the same for all legitimate religions. With the CofS, nothing is free. The deepest beliefs will cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars to reach. Auditing, books, courses, cds all cost ridiculous sums of money which have to be paid. Scientology enlightenment has been known to cost people their savings, their homes, their very lives. This is why the "church" of scientology has been convicted of fraud in France. Oh and before you start the inevitable "tithe" argument that everyone here just knows you're going to try, any legitimate religion that asks for donations asks for just that. Donations. Voluntary payments to charity or help the parish survive. You don't have to pay. Not only that but if you choose not to pay, you STILL receive everything that a person who pays does. EVERYTHING. The CofS has been proven to be fraudulent by a French court of law. That's because it is NOT like other faith groups.  (Nov 4, 2009 | post #25)

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Rathbun and Rinder on Minton

Pretty strange stuff. An excellent example of the devious and vicious lengths that the CofS will go to to try silence it's critics. This and Operation Freakout pretty much sum up the cult.  (Nov 4, 2009 | post #2)

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Will France Ban Scientology?

Why? What have French Muslims done? Now the Cult of scientology on the other hand has committed fraud and been found guilty of it. That's the merest of what they've been upto. This thread is kind of irrelevant anyway since France does not have the capacity in law to dissolve the organisation and bannign the group would force them to continue in the shadows, as the Judge rightly pointed out. Which you'd know if you'd read the article.  (Nov 4, 2009 | post #22)

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The "Good News" Just Keeps Coming for OSA

Awesome report. Covers some of the book's excellent material but leaves you wanting to read it more. BFG will be getting a lot of threats from the cult for this. But then he's used to that.  (Nov 4, 2009 | post #2)

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Scientology Flaws

Exactly. It's funny how the cult leadership always claims that critics and ex-members are against the beliefs when the simple fact is that the only group to have tried to prevent scientologists following their beliefs is the CofS, every time they've tried to stop groups like the Freezone. We are against the frauds and abuses perpetrated by the criminal organisation led by David Miscavige.  (Nov 4, 2009 | post #45)

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