The Katie Holmes-Tom Cruise split apparently has had a negative effect on the Church of Scientology, which is calling for members to take action
and silence naysayers.
The campaign also comes as an entire mission for the church has defected from under the leadership of David Miscavige, reports the Village Voice.
Leader Dani Lemberger of Israel's Dror Center, in Haifa, told Voice blogger Tony Ortega that his mission is one of the few that are still growing and
announced that it is rejecting Miscavige's leadership.
It is the "first time in memory" that an entire mission has announced that it is leaving the church, Ortega said. The church has sent an email to
followers instructing them on how "to counter free speech on the internet," according to former Scientologist and current anti-Scientologist blogger
Marty Rathbun, who posted the email message in its entirety on his blog.
Church of Scientology internet shills .. spreading out to counter the negative information coming out of the Cruise/Holmes split. Oh ... and it
seems Lisa Marie Presley has split with the cult as well. Another big name Hollywooder hightailing it from the 'church'. Good for her!
Maybe Katie Holmes and Lisa Marie can team up and spill all the secrets .. and take Scientology down. That would be an IQ boost to Hollywood and the
So ... coming to an internet forum near you ... Scientology shills ...
Originally posted by SarnholeOntarable
I was going to join...failed the lie detector test.....
I would have thought that would make them happy. They tape those lie detector sessions, right? Future blackmail material. I would think that
they'd rather have people with 'questionable' backgrounds coming in and spilling their guts on tape. More power for the cult that way.
As much fun as it would be for us, I don't think we've had any of them register to openly defend Scientology, yet...
Here is a link to the email (which
is already in your source). What I'm wondering is, who is this Daniele Lattanzi guy in the church? Someone of influence or a Scientology Grunt? It
appears this news piece is trending quite a bit around the web already, unfortunately for them.
Yeah, I'm suspicious of it. It seem to me this "mission defection" could easily just be a life boat for the cult to survive whatever is about to
unravel. The independent missions will just continue with the same old cult pyramid schemes all while decrying the Co$. It will essentially be a
My god .. Scientology must be full of lawyers or something. They 'trademarked' their supposed scriptures and they 'trademarked' their
spiritual counseling? (or what they call counseling). What a slick way to get out of trouble with the law. If anyone publishes information about
these things then they are guilty of trademark infringement and subject to prosecution.
hew bouy......sometimes there's so much I wanna say that it's better to just not say anything at all.....you know whatta mean?
for the life of me I can't wrap my brain around anyone who would trade their life for a religion (and I use that in the loosest sense of the term)
that was created by a known fictional author and affiliate of Jack Parsons.
I acknowledge the diversity of religions and their corresponding denominations in the world, but I just can't bring myself to consider Scientology
one of them.
I was involved in and left Scientology in the '70's and had them at my door just about 2 years ago, asking for their "copywritten" books back. I
didn't have any, but if I did I wouldn't have given them back, I paid for them!
They said that they found flaws in Ron's original work, and after his death they rewrote everything. So, they said, everything I read and learned
was no longer valid and to be relearned.
I had invested quite a bit of money and time in Scientology and had moved up the "Bridge" and was even ordained. If I still cared about
Scientology, which I don't, I would be upset. Jason Beghe, a defector, complained that he had to retake his courses and sessions, and was quite
pissed about it!
Here's a video of that oily weasel, David Miscavaige, trying to convince a group of Scientologist that Ron Hubbard didn't die, but ascended to
"Target Two," to beginning clearing yet another planet, plagued by Xenu's thetans.
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