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The "Anonymous" Scientology Protest is an NSA/FBI Fishing Expedition

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posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 04:36 AM
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Well, a mod. This should be interesting.


Originally posted by neformore
Some thoughts....



Who watches anonymous?

Noone and everyone. That's the way it works.


If you are "anonymous", why would you admit it? (doesn't the "Fight Club" rule apply? - way to go in not being anonymous if you think about it)

Some stay in their cubby holes, some wear masks, some talk in forums, some post responses, some do other stuff. It's all the same as long as it's towards the goal of taking down the CoS structure. The Fight Club rule only loosely applies to this movement.

The gamespeak and leet reminds me of Warcraft guilds and gamers... Oddly though, that links into this...S. Spies Want to Find Terrorists in World of Warcraft .

I've never been into gaming, so that flew over my head.


Who's next? When does the ideology of anonymous suddenly become wanton splintered DOS attacks by people with a particular beef against an organisation that isn't scientology?

Beats me if there even is a next. If it's justified, I may go along, but if it's just anonfag actions for lulz, I won't.


Just how many "anons" are wannabees who picked up on a bit of info and want to look to be something they aren't?

Again, I have no idea. What I find fascinating is the desire by some to derail this movement. So what if I've never heard of the most commonly used memes. Does that really matter if, after reading both sides, I come to the conclusion that CoS is something that should be exposed, changed and/or stopped?

More importantly the cloak and dagger stuff and to the topic at hand, how many anons are scientologists who only claim to have left the church, and how much disinfo is there beong put about by both groups?

I'm sure no one knows, nor does anon really care as long as the information is getting out there. We prefer that people at least have the info, CoS does not.

It may not be an NSA/FBI sting, but I bet some of it is - as they say -CIA all the way - its in the interests of the federal authorities to let both sides kick the crap out of each other, and no one stirs the pot better than the spooks.

If it is a gov op, which I greatly doubt, they didn't pick a bad target.

[edit on 25-2-2008 by anon too]

[edit on 25-2-2008 by anon too]





[Mod Edit: Quote format - Jak]

[edit on 25/2/08 by JAK]




posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 04:41 AM
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Thanks for the stars on my earlier post. I take that as a sign that there are some intelligent people reading this thread. As for Anon, Anon too, Anonymous 12 and the other screen names of our friendly Cointel Pro agent, we don't buy it.

We know the Jack Whitehouse Parsons, the head of the OTO, who designed the Pentagon was best friends with L. Ron Hubbard the Scientology founder. We know what the two triangles with an S symbol of Scientology represents. Two triangles, 3 sides = 33. The 33 degrees of Freemasonry and the 33 vertebrae of the spine. The S is the kundalini Ssssnake energy written about by Yogis, also known as the Sleeping Dragon to the Chinese which weaves like a Snake up the spine.

We also know that your "Anonymous" video went supernova overnight with supposedly millions and millions of views from out of nowhere because you are a government operation. You are not a group of concerned individuals. The worldwide awakening group of concerned individuals couldn't care less about your pathetic religion, but we respect your right to believe that Xenu is coming.

To all you screen names that keep popping up, assuring us that you aren't FBI or Cointel Pro, thanks for the assurance. We are assured that you are being paid handsomely for selling out your country to a corrupt government, that like a high-fiber diet, [Mod Edit] like anonymous rises to the top. We aren't buying your diversions. You're all over ATS and that's why this thread has 80+ flags... not because we give two hoots about Scientology.

So to the anonymous' out there, whether you're being paid to be anonymous, or just giving up your identity/individuality for fun, we think you're all immature for caring about Scientology. And you're bordering on unconstitutionally infringing on a certain group's rights. This kind of moral relativity is just what the NWO needs to selectively enforce its coming laws.





[Mod Edit: Please see ABOUT ATS: Vulgarity and The Automatic ATS Censors. Thank you - Jak]

[edit on 25/2/08 by JAK]



posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 04:44 AM
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Originally posted by freight tomsen
We also know that your "Anonymous" video went supernova overnight with supposedly millions and millions of views from out of nowhere because you are a government operation. You are not a group of concerned individuals. The worldwide awakening group of concerned individuals couldn't care less about your pathetic religion, but we respect your right to believe that Xenu is coming.

Dude, seriously, WTF?

Imma cashin' my FBI check now...



posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 04:48 AM
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reply to post by anon too
 


Welly in the barnyard muck, nicely done, not whorey or anything... fascinating to watch those who watch the watchers watch. No wonder they "wander-wonder". The "Cadbury secret" is... not secret, never was. 'too - beyond the lulz but of the lulz.


Vic



posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 04:56 AM
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Originally posted by V Kaminski
reply to post by anon too
 


Welly in the barnyard muck, nicely done, not whorey or anything... fascinating to watch those who watch the watchers watch. No wonder they "wander-wonder". The "Cadbury secret" is... not secret, never was. 'too - beyond the lulz but of the lulz.


Vic


I have to admit, if nothing else, ya'll are fun. (and wtf are you babbling about?)

I can't speak for other anon, it doesn't work that way. I was just stating my opinion of the recent happenings IRL and the posts here.



posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 04:59 AM
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Babylon a comin'. This is dread. Anyone watching the views this-thread "spike"?
Babelfishing, trawler with a drift net.

Vic



posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 05:17 AM
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Originally posted by V Kaminski
reply to post by anon too
 


Babylon a comin'. This is dread. Anyone watching the views this-thread "spike"?
Babelfishing, trawler with a drift net.

Vic


Epic missing of the point. Do you practice or does it come naturally?

- one internet for you.



posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 05:18 AM
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See what I mean. All he can say to my well-worded post is "seriously dude WTF?" and make a joke. Then a fellow Mason and/or Cointel man cryptically says he enjoys "watching the one's who watch the watchers" refering to me. Anon too and some other screen names was a newby agent and the other guy "V M-ski" is his superior. After I talked about the Kundalini Serpent energy which rises from the Egg (root chakra), he said that "the Cadbury secret isn't really a secret" because I know about the Kundalini Serpent Egg and I'm obviously not a Mason... Mason's are sworn to secrecy about such matters and it would be shocking for a newbie to hear me expose what he thought was a secret.

[edit on 25-2-2008 by freight tomsen]



posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 05:23 AM
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Naturally practised in the practicum and ontology... just keepin' powder-dry newf. "Here" has a while to play out.

Vic



posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 05:24 AM
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What happens in ebaumsworld, stays in ebaumsworld.

Remember rule 1 and 2, anon. Stick with it.



posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 05:28 AM
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Originally posted by freight tomsen
See what I mean. All he can say to my well-worded thread is "seriously dude WTF?" and make a joke. Then a fellow Mason and/or Cointel man cryptically says he enjoys "watching the one's who watch the watchers" refering to me. Anon too and some other screen names was a newby agent and the other guy "V M-ski" is his superior. After I talked about the Kundalini Serpent energy which rises from the Egg (root chakra), he said that "the Cadbury secret isn't really a secret" because I know about the Kundalini Serpent Egg and I'm obviously not a Mason... Mason's are sworn to secrecy about such matters and it would be shocking for a newbie to hear me expose what he thought was a secret.

Ok, I admit that I didn't answer directly to your post because I was laughing too much. Sheesh, I thought I had a market on the foil hats. WE DON'T BELIEVE IN XENU, IT'S FUNNY TO US!!

As to the other points you made. I greatly doubt them, but your are free to think however you wish. THAT is the point. anon wishes this, CoS does not.

I don't know how else to explain it to you. Sometimes the simple answer actually is the answer.


PS: Thanks to the mod who fixed my earlier post. It was messy and you made it readable.



posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 05:36 AM
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[Mod Edit: Please, if you feel you have nothing constructive to add to a particular thread, bear in mind Terms And Conditions Of Use - 1f.) Thank you - Jak]

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posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 05:39 AM
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Smoke and mist, Anon, Smoke and mist.

At least, that's the way i would consider admirable as the way to do it.

I often wonder if there are members of scientology (or neo-fascists, manipulators and other assorted all-sorts) whom could infact claim to be anonymous, and yet be working to dismantle anonymous from the inside out.

Potentially stopping real talent being diverted to the anti-scientology protest, by *ahem* denouncing users who have hidden skills that they aren't displaying for all to see.

Of course, Fear of the unknown is often the simplest method of detecting this type of person.

Be aware, and watch your back, anons.

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posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 05:42 AM
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This thread alone has had 125 000 views within 24 hours. Scientology is indeed creating a media-hype for itself...in times of dwindling membership.



posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 05:44 AM
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*shakes head in despair*

Don't you guys ever do anything on the hush-hush anymore?

Question: Anyway, what would you do if say, some Agency somewhere decided to do something really bad, like blow up a national monument or something equally dastardly, and then blame it on anonymous?

I mean, if you work independantly of one another, how do you know what one hand is doing if you're watching the other?

[edit on 25-2-2008 by Throbber]



posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 05:45 AM
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we know for a fact that there are, there have already been things like bomb threats made and had our name put on them, our response, oddly enough, was to send a link to the FBI. oh, I can hear those wheels move on that one!

but this is pretty funny, I am arguing with someone about whether or not I am actually some sort of supar seekret agent, of all the things I thought I'd be doing at this point in my life this was not one of them. I wonder is there any way we would be able to convince you we were not under the control of the Marcab Confederacy, or I'm sorry FBI/NSA/CIA? though it's basically the same question either way.



posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 05:47 AM
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Originally posted by Skyfloating
reply to post by Throbber
 


This thread alone has had 125 000 views within 24 hours. Scientology is indeed creating a media-hype for itself...in times of dwindling membership.

Nah, CoS likes celebrity media that they can control, not web media.

The more views the merrier. The moar thoughts the merrier. anon has no problem with free speech.



posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 05:48 AM
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I'm aware that YOU don't believe in Xenu, I was refering to Scientology followers... if they want to believe that, then that is their right, and we don't need a group of Anonymous trouble-makers causing a stir over this pathetic and very small religion. It has plenty of funding from the NWO, so it's all over the world, but the amount of people that are actually suckered into this religion is completely negligable, regardless of the figures/polls you may have seen.

This religion was a psy-op from the beginning and remains the PROBLEM with which to springboard this ridiculously childish "Anonymous" resistence REACTION, and the SOLUTION will be unconstitutional legislation enacted to use against those poor ignorant dupes who fell for Scientology.

Watch as this happens folks. You will see "Anonymous" on the news and they will say there are millions of followers pushing for this draconian legislation to be taken against the CoS. Remember, if everybody's not free to believe what they want, then nobody is.

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posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 05:48 AM
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Ah i see, so it wasn't just disillusioned youths with empty threats of violence?

K - well i'm sure you'll forgive me for bringing up the more obvious counter-arguments.

I just don't like the fact that you're basically highlighting the areas of the web that could be problematic for the NSA/FBI/Scientology/WHATEVER.



Allow me to explain my thinking; The goons in washington don't know what to do about the internet*, so what do they do?

Cause something comparable to an anti-culture social wildfire, which will smoke out all the problems so they can be tagged and bagged.




*Obviously, they can't simply unplug everyone, because that would destroy the multi-million dollar advertising industry that has flourished recently because of the amount of people on the net - so what can they do other than to try and control the flow of information?

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posted on Feb, 25 2008 @ 05:49 AM
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Originally posted by anon too
Nah, CoS likes celebrity media that they can control, not web media.

The more views the merrier. The moar thoughts the merrier. anon has no problem with free speech.


Wrong. There are plenty of CoS bulletins which state that negative publicity is also good publicity.





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