posted on Sep, 28 2010 @ 05:06 PM
I just watched it, and it was interesting. The guy who (in)famously lost his rag and shouted at the appalling little Scientologist returned to the
scene, as it were, and found a few former brainwashees who were willing to spill the beans on the nasty methods employed. It seems that the
methodoloy of Scientology is indeed far more aggressive and sinister than they would have you believe. And this was from former brainwashees, as I
I always felt sorry for that BBC guy. I know he looked a bit silly roaring in that miscreant's smug, idiotic face, but I empathised totally. The
miscreant in question was a Scientologist of little brain who wore the mask of shouty, contradictory, aggression to hide from his own inherent lack of
... anything at all in the world that renders one an interesting or worthwhile human being. The BBC guy had looked like a bit of a turnip in the
older documentary, but it's very difficult to retain one's composure in the face of blithering, programmed hostility and utter, utter disregard for
Now if only he had the gumption to tackle the three big mystery religions. Scientology may be involved in the programming of the lost and mindless,
the completely disingenuous justification of it's aggressive means, and of spouting preposterous nonsense to beguile the limp-minded ... but it's
got aeons of work to do if it wants to catch up with those three. Wow!
I still like Tom Cruise films. Is that wrong? Ah, but I have always seen Travolta as a fat, talentless hack. Balance is achieved.