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Read The Panicked Email That Scientologists Are Circulating After The TomKat Breakup
Business Insider ^ | 07/06/2012 | Ashley Lutz

Posted on 07/06/2012 7:01:49 AM PDT by SeekAndFind

The Church of Scientology is trying to contend with the greatest scandal its ever seen--the impending divorce of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes.

Media sites are reporting that Holmes is leaving Cruise because he planned to indoctrinate their young daughter, Suri, and send her to a camp for young Scientologists. The church sent out an email instructing members on how to "stand up for their religion" and instruct sites like Microsoft and Google to take down anti-Scientology content.

Marty Rathbun, a former Scientologist who now blogs against the religion, posted the email.

It's from the Office of Special Affairs, which Rathbun describes as the "propaganda arm" of the church.

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1 posted on 07/06/2012 7:01:59 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
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The following is a write up posted by an Office of Special Affairs (dirty tricks and propaganda arm of Scientology Inc.) operative on how to counter free speech on the internet. It is posted currently with specific reference to those commenting on the break up of Tom Cruise and Katies Holmes and Scientology Inc’s role in the affair. The recipient Ray McKay is a well-known OSA operative. ”Razzline members” refers to members of a corporate Scientologist on line collective. When will David Miscavige (supreme leader of corporate Scientology and Tom Cruise’s best man) ever learn that attempts to suppress communication and expression only make more news than the news he attempts to censor?

From: Daniele Lattanzi [mailto:dlmc0809@live.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2012 1:53 AM
To: Ray McKay
Subject: RE: Simple hatting on how to fight back on the internet
and Stand Up For Your Religion

Dear Razz Line members,

I am not a big fan of media, but you may have glanced the news of
the split between TC and Holmes and all the speculations around.
While this is a personal matter, when people start to bring our
religion into the middle and a bunch of uninformed people start to
spread false datum, rumors and defame our religion it became a
matter that does affect my Dynamics and I believe that affects
yours as well.

Well, I am not somebody that I am going to simply stand and watch a
bunch of uninformed people putting my religion under the carpet. So
here is a simple hatting on how you can causative fight back and at
the same time stand up and defend our religion on the internet.

Microsoft or Google or any of these big online company require that
each person when create an account with them follow a Code of
Conduct when they are on the internet. If there are abuse of such
Code of Conduct, those website do actually invite you to report the
matter to the Moderator — in other word, write the matter to
Ethics.

These is where things can be turn around!

Here is a simple example on how to fight back abuse of the Code of
Conduct that is happening within the Microsoft (MSN) website:

1. One of the Code of Conduct that Microsoft impose is to not
“threatens, defames, degrades… an individual or group of
individuals for any reason; including on the basis of age, gender,
disability, ethnicity, sexual orientation, race, religion; or
incites or encourages anyone else to do so..”

So is you go to MSN Now – What’s Trending? you will see different
articles about TC and Holmes split. The articles then ask for
comment…. (Note: if the article does not show up anymore on the
first page, go to the search bar and type ‘Tom Cruise Divorce’…
or a similar search. You want to go where the comment section is)

On each comment if you place your mouse over it,it show up on the
bottom right a tag that say ‘REPORT’.

2. Click the “Report” Tag and a small window show up. Click the tab
“Send Note to Moderator”

3. Once you do that a new window show up and you can send a text of
100 character. You can write something like ‘Violate Your Code of
Conduct’. “defames or degrades a group for any reason including on
the basis of religion.”

The above exact comment it fit.

4. Read the comment from people and pick the ones that fit the
violation of the Code of Conduct.

5. Report the Violation!! That’s it!! You are done.

6. Now rinse and repeat the same process from step 2 to 5..

Once you got the hang of it it get pretty fast and in one hour you
can report of lots of these nonsense comment!

If is only one person (me) reporting these issues, the Moderator at
Microsoft will not take the comment off. if you start to have 10 or
20 people reporting it, they are going to take this down.

LRH give an exact quote on the Price of Freedom that you find on
Tape 1 – Transcript page 32 – The Genus of Dianetics and
Scientology – ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN MIND CONGRESS. The same quote
appear also in the Tech Dictionary under the Price of Freedom.

Ok – there you have it!! This simple hatting is something that you
can use now for this or similar situations that may happen in the
future.

Over to you!
Best
Daniel

2 posted on 07/06/2012 7:02:50 AM PDT by SeekAndFind (bOTRT)
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To: SeekAndFind

The author of this email should be shot for the assassination of the English language.


3 posted on 07/06/2012 7:08:02 AM PDT by immadashell
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To: SeekAndFind
Scientology may have met its match in Katie, who is as close to a wholesome American girl as comes out of Hollywood..

If anything happens to her, should she suddenly "disappear," for instance, all Hell will break loose for them.

They are between a rock and a sledge hammer this time.

4 posted on 07/06/2012 7:10:13 AM PDT by E. Pluribus Unum (Government is the religion of the sociopath.)
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To: SeekAndFind

That memo is written so poorly, it’s almost unreadable. Coupled with the fact he doesn’t like people who wear hats (”hatting”), it’s a joke. Much like Scientology itself...


5 posted on 07/06/2012 7:11:17 AM PDT by bcsco
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To: SeekAndFind

I bet a lot of people are regretting that 1 billion year enlistment in the Scientology Navy.


6 posted on 07/06/2012 7:13:32 AM PDT by edpc (Wilby 2012)
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To: SeekAndFind
Look At The Red Light, Katie!


7 posted on 07/06/2012 7:16:52 AM PDT by TexasCajun
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To: immadashell
The author of this email should be shot for the assassination of the English language.

That's what I thought-English as a Second Language?

8 posted on 07/06/2012 7:17:09 AM PDT by sockmonkey (She could never be a saint, but she thought she could be a martyr if they killed her quick)
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To: SeekAndFind
How does a science fiction writer from the 50s get enough wealthy people to buy into this foolishness????
9 posted on 07/06/2012 7:17:27 AM PDT by ontap
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To: SeekAndFind

I problem have really the way article written is, the sentences scrambled are, incoherent, confusing, and read difficult to. Meps!


10 posted on 07/06/2012 7:17:54 AM PDT by HerrBlucher ("The cross opens its arms to the four winds; it is a signpost for free travelers." GK Chesterton)
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To: E. Pluribus Unum

RE: If anything happens to her, should she suddenly “disappear,” for instance, all Hell will break loose for them.

Simple solution — GIVE HER UP. There will always be other victims to exploit. Hey, if they can get to Greta Van Susteren, anybody is fair game.


11 posted on 07/06/2012 7:19:59 AM PDT by SeekAndFind (bOTRT)
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To: SeekAndFind

Really weird jargon lots is, and grammar all bugger-up!


12 posted on 07/06/2012 7:22:14 AM PDT by ArrogantBustard (Western Civilization is Aborting, Buggering, and Contracepting itself out of existence.)
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To: ontap

A science fiction writer gets folks to believe him that live a fantasy life in the first place. Based on how Tom seems to have succeeded in alienating Nicole Kidman from their adopted children I can see why Katie wants full custody and did what she had to in secret. Poor kid. A young, star struck girl married a shark in Tom. Now she’s older and matured/smarter and wants no part of Tom’s “alien” culture. Don’t blame her. She hasn’t looked happy since the first couple years of their marriage.


13 posted on 07/06/2012 7:23:21 AM PDT by sevinufnine (Sevin - "If we do not fight when we know we can win, we'll have to fight when we know we will lose")
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To: ArrogantBustard
Really weird jargon lots is, and grammar all bugger-up!

I think you meant "up-bugger"...

14 posted on 07/06/2012 7:24:32 AM PDT by bcsco
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To: HerrBlucher
I problem have really the way article written is, the sentences scrambled are, incoherent, confusing, and read difficult to. Meps!

Too me! Maybe but I'm just hatting.

15 posted on 07/06/2012 7:25:44 AM PDT by MCH
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To: SeekAndFind

“the greatest scandal its ever seen”

So...no one has editors any more?


16 posted on 07/06/2012 7:25:50 AM PDT by Psycho_Bunny (Future generations will curse what we've done to them.)
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To: SeekAndFind
Maybe Katie got tired of the REAL Tom:
17 posted on 07/06/2012 7:28:46 AM PDT by sevinufnine (Sevin - "If we do not fight when we know we can win, we'll have to fight when we know we will lose")
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To: SeekAndFind

Here’s a factual description of the Scientology religion for those who aren’t up to speed:

Definition:

The term Scientology is taken from the Latin word “SCIO” : which means, in the fullest sense of the word, “knowing”, and the Greek word “LOGOS” which simply means “study of”. Literal meaning “knowing how to know”.

The subject of Scientology is further defined as :

“the study and handling of the spirit in relationship to itself, universes and other life. “

Scientology is a new religion. Less than 60 years old.It is an applied religious philosophy. By “applied” is meant that it is for use in life and living to improve the conditions of existence.

Scientology is not belief or faith based. In Scientology a truth is only true if it’s true for you, according to your own observation and experience .

It does acknowledge the principle of God or the Infinite but does not try to define or describe this principle, leaving it up to the individual.

It is also not a messianic religion. This means there is no worship of prophets or messiahs or gods.

The most basic principle of Scientology is that YOU are your own immortal soul, that this is not a thing you have but what YOU actually are.

Scientology believes or considers that Man is basically good. This is different from many religions that promote that he his natively evil or bad unless “made” good.

Scientology’s closest spiritual ties with any other religion are with Orthodox (Hinayana ) Buddhism with which it shares an historical lineage. But even here the relationship is based mainly on friendship and the recognition of the being as a spirit rather than any organizational ties.

L.Ron Hubbard explained fully the theology and technologies of Scientology in more than 500,000 pages of writings, including dozens of books and over 4,000 tape recorded public lectures.

________________________________

Everything comes from the Story of XENU.

According to the founder of Scientology L. Ron Hubbard, the dictator of the “Galactic Confederacy” who, 75 million years ago, brought billions of his people to Earth in a DC-8-like spacecraft, stacked them around volcanoes and killed them using hydrogen bombs.

Official Scientology scriptures hold that the essences of these many people remained, and that they form around people in modern times, causing them spiritual harm

Xenu was supposed to have gathered up all the overpopulation in his sector of the galaxy, brought them to Earth and then exterminated them using hydrogen bombs.

The souls of these murdered people are then supposed to infest the body of everyone. They are called “body thetans”. On the advanced levels of Scientology a person “audits out” these body THETANS telepathically by getting them to re-experience their being exterminated by hydrogen bombs.

So people on these levels assume all their bad thoughts and faulty memories are due to these body thetans infesting every part of their body and influencing them mentally. Many Scientologists go raving mad at this point if they have not done so already.

Young people, not yet made cynical through the machinations of life and politics, are very keen to contribute to the world and to be ethical. So the “ethics” trick works easily into persuading them to join the “church”. Many of them join an elite group called the “Sea Org” where they become brainwashed slaves. There they work a hundred hour week for almost no pay. There they are subject to every cruel whim of their masters. It is a living hell that they endure because of the conditioning they have received and this now perverted sense of ethics that they have accepted.

The “Sea Org” is the ultimate in brainwashed slavery. They are expected to work harder and harder to achieve ever higher targets of production. If they fail to meet their targets there are various penalties. One of them is to be put onto a diet of beans and rice and to miss sleep. Another is to be sentenced to a period on the RPF (Rehabilitation Project Force). This is the equivalent to “hard labour”. Such is the extent of their brainwashing that they actually write “success stories” when they complete their sentences.


18 posted on 07/06/2012 7:28:48 AM PDT by SeekAndFind (bOTRT)
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To: SeekAndFind

Reading this thread reminded my of the scene in the movie “Airplane” where Robert Stack takes on all those nut jobs at the airport. Sure enough, Scientology was represented.....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qse_wf57tZM


19 posted on 07/06/2012 7:30:21 AM PDT by HerrBlucher ("The cross opens its arms to the four winds; it is a signpost for free travelers." GK Chesterton)
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To: bcsco

Bugger-up?

Up-bugger?

I rather get the impression that Tom is OK with it either way ...


20 posted on 07/06/2012 7:31:50 AM PDT by ArrogantBustard (Western Civilization is Aborting, Buggering, and Contracepting itself out of existence.)
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To: sevinufnine

According to the founder of Scientology L. Ron Hubbard, XENU was the dictator of the “Galactic Confederacy” who, 75 million years ago, brought billions of his people to Earth in a DC-8-like spacecraft, stacked them around volcanoes and killed them using hydrogen bombs. Official Scientology scriptures hold that the essences of these many people remained, and that they form around people in modern times, causing them spiritual harm.

These events are known within Scientology as “Incident II”, and the traumatic memories associated with them as The Wall of Fire or the R6 implant. The narrative of Xenu is part of Scientologist teachings about extraterrestrial civilizations and alien interventions in earthly events, collectively described as space opera by Hubbard. Hubbard detailed the story in Operating Thetan level III (OT III) in 1967, warning that the R6 “implant” (past trauma) was “calculated to kill (by pneumonia, etc.) anyone who attempts to solve it”.

Within the Church of Scientology, the Xenu story is part of the church’s secret “Advanced Technology”, considered a sacred and esoteric teaching,[11] which is normally only revealed to members who have contributed large amounts of money.

The church avoids mention of Xenu in public statements and has gone to considerable effort to maintain the story’s confidentiality, including legal action on the grounds of copyright and trade secrecy.

Officials of the Church of Scientology widely deny or try to hide the Xenu story.

Despite this, much material on Xenu has leaked to the public via court documents, copies of Hubbard’s notes, and the Internet.

In commentary on the impact of the Xenu text, academic scholars have discussed and analyzed the writings by Hubbard and their place within Scientology within the contexts of science fiction, UFO religions, gnosticism and tribal creation myths.


21 posted on 07/06/2012 7:31:50 AM PDT by SeekAndFind (bOTRT)
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To: SeekAndFind

That letter was awful!

But then again - it gave some good tips to Freepers if we don’t like a story on MSN or Google we can report, remove, rinse and repeat! lol


22 posted on 07/06/2012 7:34:17 AM PDT by jcsjcm (This country was built on exceptionalism and individualism. In God we Trust - Laus Deo)
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To: ontap
How does a science fiction writer from the 50s get enough wealthy people to buy into this foolishness????

That's what I've always wondered, it is babble and no logic is found. I remember hearing Ron Hubbard in the 60s on radio, so I listened 2-3 times, he never made sense. Yep, it is strickly fiction and poor fiction at that.

23 posted on 07/06/2012 7:34:57 AM PDT by cotton
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To: SeekAndFind

Hubbard had to have taken some heavy drugs like handfuls of LSD to have come up with this idea.


24 posted on 07/06/2012 7:35:34 AM PDT by sevinufnine (Sevin - "If we do not fight when we know we can win, we'll have to fight when we know we will lose")
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To: SeekAndFind

Wow! The grammatical and spelling errors in that email are quite “telling”. I would suspect that Daniel has a plethora of negative engrams in his mind that are hurting his “Dynamics” more than any Internet posting. He should hold onto his tin cans a wee bit more tightly and clear them out as soon as he possibly can.


25 posted on 07/06/2012 7:36:17 AM PDT by left that other site
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To: ArrogantBustard
I rather get the impression that Tom is OK with it either way ...

Doubt no that about.

26 posted on 07/06/2012 7:37:39 AM PDT by bcsco
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To: SeekAndFind
One of them is to be put onto a diet of beans and rice and to miss sleep. Another is to be sentenced to a period on the RPF (Rehabilitation Project Force). This is the equivalent to “hard labour”. Such is the extent of their brainwashing that they actually write “success stories” when they complete their sentences.

It's not so much brainwashing, but the fact that you don't get OUT of the Rehabilitation Project Force UNLESS you write a sufficiently glowing "I love Big Brother" success-story, wherein you are thankful for the RPF getting your head right.

27 posted on 07/06/2012 7:38:02 AM PDT by PapaBear3625 (If I can't be persuasive, I at least hope to be fun.)
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To: SeekAndFind

check out the comments here

http://www.eonline.com/news/katie_holmes_no_emergency_hearing_date/327999#ixzz1zpeMq6se

one person claims there are issues with Suri that Katie wanted to address.

Perhaps she saw the warning signs of what was to come after Jett travolta.

I remember reading one story of a Scientologist who needed meds and his father wouldn’t let him have them . He went to visit his father and the boy killed himself. The mother tried to sue but I think they held Scientology not responsible.


28 posted on 07/06/2012 7:38:41 AM PDT by RummyChick
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To: ontap

Because he established a religion that allows them to do anything that does not upset their conscience.

Now with the already loose conscience of Hollyweird, that is all the excuse they need to join.


29 posted on 07/06/2012 7:38:53 AM PDT by Venturer
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To: Venturer

If Katie wants a normal relationship with her daughter she has to keep Tom away.

http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2012/07/scientology_pre.php

Tom is going to have to agree or the dirt is going to come out.

I never thought I would ever say this but I admire Katie Holmes. It takes incredible strength to pull off what she is doing. I hope she can see it through.

I will say this though. She supposedly told Tom she wanted to get this apartment because of the underground garage. There is no reason for her to be walking Suri out into that madness out the front door. It is a constant barrage of flashes and people yelling.


32 posted on 07/06/2012 7:43:23 AM PDT by RummyChick
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To: ontap
How does a science fiction writer from the 50s get enough wealthy people to buy into this foolishness????

It all started as a bar bet between Robert Heinlein and L Ron Hubbard. Given his writings my guess is that Heinlein bet that the religion would take off. And it either got away from Hubbard, or he just went along for the ride, getting wildly richer than he could ever have hoped as a writer.

Mark

33 posted on 07/06/2012 7:45:09 AM PDT by MarkL (Do I really look like a guy with a plan?)
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To: bcsco

A little of the incoherency is due to Scientology lingo. For example “hatting” is their scientolospeak for “training”, “write the matter to Ethics” means to rat out fellow scientologists for “ethics violations”.


34 posted on 07/06/2012 7:48:04 AM PDT by Boogieman
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To: SeekAndFind
Marty Rathbun, a former Scientologist who now blogs against the religion, posted the email. It's from the Office of Special Affairs, which Rathbun describes as the "propaganda arm" of the church.

Marty Rathbun is quite a bit more than a "former Scientologist". From his own blog:

I was Tom Cruise’s auditor (Scientology counselor) between 1996 and 2004. I was his liaison to Chairman of Scientology David Miscavige during those same years. I advised on all aspects of Cruise’s 2001 divorce with Nicole Kidman. I set up the initial Scientology indoctrination of Conner (then age 6) and Bela (then age 9), and supervised it subsequently. I was also the senior church official over Scientology Inc’s Office of Special Affairs (the dirty tricks and propaganda arm of Scientology Inc) from its inception in 1982 through 2004.
He knows so much about Scientology's intelligence and "dirty tricks" organization because he's the one who set it up and ran it.
35 posted on 07/06/2012 7:54:39 AM PDT by PapaBear3625 (If I can't be persuasive, I at least hope to be fun.)
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To: Boogieman
For example “hatting” is their scientolospeak for “training”

Well, that right there makes them a bunch of mad hatters...

36 posted on 07/06/2012 7:57:32 AM PDT by bcsco
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To: SeekAndFind; All

http://www.southparkstudios.com/full-episodes/s09e12-trapped-in-the-closet

One of the best South Park episodes, beating on Scientology.


37 posted on 07/06/2012 8:00:22 AM PDT by wastedyears ("God? I didn't know he was signed onto the system.")
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To: PapaBear3625
Scientology Leader David Miscavige's Wife Has Been Missing Since 2006...
38 posted on 07/06/2012 8:01:26 AM PDT by bcsco
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To: wastedyears

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7EEOMbBIO8

Southpark proved Right

btw,

Tommy looks a lot like Suri.


39 posted on 07/06/2012 8:02:57 AM PDT by RummyChick
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To: bcsco

yes... they are worried about us “wogs”... we might all just and up on a COS “enemies list”...and “fair game” at that point. We are causing these extremely enlightened beings, “engrams”...

sheesh... you can just make this stuff up.. which they did and do every day.. heck, I’m told they even have a Church document on how to wash windows.


40 posted on 07/06/2012 8:04:05 AM PDT by Chuzzlewit
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To: SeekAndFind

Personal matter? Cruise and the Scientologists literally sat down and leafed through magazines to pick out a mate.

Impersonal, cynical, sick and nothing to do with love.


41 posted on 07/06/2012 8:07:26 AM PDT by relictele
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To: SeekAndFind
It is also not a messianic religion. This means there is no worship of prophets or messiahs or gods.

This is incorrect. Scientology is VERY MUCH a messianic religion. L Ron Hubbard was the prophet, messiah and god of Scientology.

Prophet, because Hubbard discovered that there was a way to achieve perfection. Messiah, because he delivered to his followers the means by which they could achieve salvation, and become as gods. God, because he went beyond being human, and was totally infallible.

It was a basic article of faith in Scientology that, if Hubbard said it, then it was True. If you thought differently from Hubbard (on ANY subject), then you were automatically wrong and in need of correction.

In later years, David Miscavige has sought to impart to himself this same aura of infallibility.

42 posted on 07/06/2012 8:08:07 AM PDT by PapaBear3625 (If I can't be persuasive, I at least hope to be fun.)
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To: Chuzzlewit
I’m told they even have a Church document on how to wash windows.

That's the first thing I've read that makes sense. After all, if they're dumb enough to get involved with this...

43 posted on 07/06/2012 8:08:28 AM PDT by bcsco
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To: bcsco
lastest entry is Suri's burn book

It takes two people to hold up Maxwell Drew Johnson.
http://surisburnbook.tumblr.com/
44 posted on 07/06/2012 8:12:47 AM PDT by RummyChick
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To: SeekAndFind

My head is still hurting from reading that mess. I have one word for the author, EDITOR. Get one.


45 posted on 07/06/2012 8:14:38 AM PDT by pallis
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To: RummyChick
one person claims there are issues with Suri that Katie wanted to address. Perhaps she saw the warning signs of what was to come after Jett travolta. I remember reading one story of a Scientologist who needed meds and his father wouldn’t let him have them .

I don't doubt it. I believe that it was the plan of Cruise and Scientology to progressively alienate and isolate Suri from her mother, and progressively turn Suri into a loyal Scientologist.

For a true horror story of death by medical neglect, read the case of Lisa McPherson:

On December 5, 1995, Lisa McPherson was dead on arrival at a hospital 45 minutes north of Clearwater Florida. According to the coroner's report, Lisa was underweight, severely dehydrated, and had bruises and bug bites. Scientologists chose to pass three hospitals en route to New Port Richey Hospital, where Scientologist Dr. David Minkoff was on duty. They could have gone to Morton Plant Hospital, only six minutes away.

Lisa's last address was listed by the police as 210 S. Ft. Harrison in Clearwater Florida, which is the Fort Harrison Hotel, a Scientology property. Lisa had been a Scientologist from the age of 18 to her death at age 36.

Read more at the link.
46 posted on 07/06/2012 8:17:58 AM PDT by PapaBear3625 (If I can't be persuasive, I at least hope to be fun.)
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To: SeekAndFind
In Scientology a truth is only true if it’s true for you, according to your own observation and experience .

George Costanza: Jerry, just remember, it's not a lie if you believe it.

47 posted on 07/06/2012 8:17:58 AM PDT by Moonman62 (The US has become a government with a country, rather than a country with a government.)
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To: pallis

Son of Anne Archer (actress) and William Davis (real estate mogul) surfaces:

http://abcnews.go.com/US/church-scientology-statement-abc-news/story?id=16723195

Statement Issued to ABC News by Gary S. Soter, counsel for Church of Scientology International.

I received the following statement from Mr. Tommy Davis following publication of false statements which appeared in the Hollywood Reporter: The Hollywood Reporter did not check the facts with the Church or with Mr. Davis before publishing the false statements:

“Marty Rathbun never witnessed conversations between me and Isabella and Connor Cruise about their mother because no such conversations ever occurred. I have never spoken with Isabella or Connor about their mother and never would as it is none of my business. – Tommy Davis”


48 posted on 07/06/2012 8:18:10 AM PDT by RummyChick
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To: PapaBear3625

there is a great video with sinister music and timeline of the events and other cases but I can’t remember the name of the site. the front page starts with the video.


49 posted on 07/06/2012 8:22:26 AM PDT by RummyChick
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To: SeekAndFind
South Park--What Scientologists Actually Believe
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