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Senator Nick Xenophon says Scientology is 'a criminal organisation'

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posted on Nov, 18 2009 @ 02:03 AM
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Senator Nick Xenophon says Scientology is 'a criminal organisation'


www.news.com.au

PRIME Minister Kevin Rudd says he has concerns about the Church of Scientology but wants to see what material independent senator Nick Xenophon has before committing to a parliamentary inquiry.
(visit the link for the full news article)


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posted on Nov, 18 2009 @ 02:03 AM
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Whoahhhhh, something's not right here, what is going on...

Did anyone else pick up on the Senators name???? Xenophon.... Xeno Phon... Or is it Xenu Phon???? XENU! Now some of you may know about the supposed alien dictator that dropped other aliens into a volcano and then dropped a nuke on them, all by the powerful Lord XENU.

First of all let me say, yes I studied with Scientology in 2001 for 3 months. I classify myself as a Suppressive Individual, and perhaps, so do they. What i would like to comment on is what actually happened in 2001.

I attended a seminar which I was NOT supposed to be in. Thats right, after a certain amount of time, I had to be escorted out of the center because I was not supposed to be there. I was at a meeting in Australia, and what the speaker said to me was absolutely mind boggling, I was wondering how they were going to do what they said they were going to do, and I can slowly start to see it now..

They stipulated, and I quote:


We have nearly completed Scientologists Global Agenda, we will complete this within 8 to 10 years'


That was in 2001. So 8 or 10 + 2001 is between 2009 and 2011. that is NOW people.

What is their global agenda? They want the world to be free of Insane, Criminals and stop War.

I wondered how the hell they would do this?

I found out that they have a structure in place to own companies that founders are scientologists, but have no link to Scientology.

One company is Stars Edge International. The founder was a Scientologist for 15 years but left Scientology and founded 'Avatar'. You can find Avatar at www.avatarepc.com...

Another company that has Scientology influence is Landmark Education. You can find Landmark Education at www.landmarkeducation.com...

I have actually completed Landmark Forum and Landmark Advanced course, I found out during the advance course that it has Scientology influence among other influences.

There are many companies out there that has Scientology influences, and I believe this is one of the goals. This news story got me thinking again.

Senator Nick Xenophon, or Senator Nick the Xenu Phony!!!

It is my belief that the Xenu Story is propaganda, I dont believe they actually believe this, I believe they use this story to actually identify PTS and SPs' (Potential Trouble Sources and Suppressive Individuals). I believe that L Ron Hubbard intentionally made stories up so that the church can identify such individuals.

1 in every 5 people are Suppressive. These people like to cause trouble intentionally or not intentionally. Something is amidst with this story, it smells funny, I don't believe Senator Nick is doing the Australian public any favors, I think any publicity is GREAT publicity.

(I get that this post probably does the same, but i needed to get that out there)

www.news.com.au
(visit the link for the full news article)



[edit on 18/11/2009 by Im a Marty]



posted on Nov, 18 2009 @ 02:18 AM
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I decided to do some research on Nick Xenophon, what a coincidence to have this name, here are some details from Wikipedia


Nicholas (Nick) Xenophon[1] (born Nicholas Xenophou on January 29, 1959) is a South Australian barrister, anti-gambling campaigner and politician. He attended Prince Alfred College, and studied law at the University of Adelaide, attaining his Bachelor of Laws in 1981. Xenophon established and became principal of his own law firm, Xenophon & Co. in 1984. Between 1994 and 1997 he served as president of the South Australian branch of the Australian Plaintiff Lawyers' Association.

No Pokies, the name of his independent ticket in the South Australian Legislative Council, garnered 2.9 percent of the statewide vote at the 1997 state election electing himself on preferences, and 20.5 percent at the 2006 election (or 2.5 quotas), which was unexpected by political commentators. He was elected to the Australian Senate at the 2007 federal election, again from the same pool of voters in South Australia, however he only received 14.8 percent. This was still over one full Senate quota, gaining election without the need for preferences. With current numbers in the Senate, Xenophon is one of the balance of power Senators. Whilst his original 1997 platform was No Pokies, he since has been an advocate in many other areas.


Nick Xenophon on Wikipedia

I wonder how far he will progress if he continues to target Scientology!

[edit on 18/11/2009 by Im a Marty]



posted on Nov, 18 2009 @ 03:23 AM
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posted on Nov, 18 2009 @ 04:18 AM
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i lived in SA most of my life. nick xenophone is one of teh ONLY hosnest politicians out there.

im sure he had to sell out to get into federal parliament but he is a good and honest man. AND and independant!

anything anyone can do to attempt to bring down scientology is a good step. they are a money making cult and deserve to be ousted from any country they infest.

in my opinion



posted on Nov, 18 2009 @ 04:48 AM
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I don't like Scientology either but honestly what organized religion isn't based around money and power?



posted on Nov, 18 2009 @ 04:48 AM
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There is another thread concurrently discussing this issue, located here. Please continue the discussion there.

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