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« Reply #15 on: October 12, 2008, 01:28:10 PM »

Paulette Cooper interviewed by "VICE MAGAZINE". October 2008.

....."Have you been keeping up those ?Anonymous? guys from 4chan and their whole pissing match with Scientology?

Anonymous has done more in eight months to change the public?s perception and attitude about Scientology than I was able to accomplish in 15 years of fighting and exposing them. Most of these people have had no personal involvement with Scientology or ax to grind, yet they realize there are some pretty bad things going on. They have stuck their necks out and risked harassment and lawsuits to help get the truth out. I love them all even though I?ve never met any of them personally.".......

Read the whole interview here...
http://vice.typepad.com/vice_magazine/2008/10/new-york---paul.html

This is one tough lady. I am in awe of her.
She was the first person to stand up to Scientology.
Those she went to for support were Scientology spies.
But did they break her ? No fucken way !!!
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« Reply #16 on: October 12, 2008, 05:17:07 PM »

A scientologist has posted their outrage at having
LRH tech applied to them .  WTF ???

http://www.nolanchart.com/article5171.html

The comments are worth a read as well.


I see Kevin Owen popping up in the comments pimping out CCHR, wtf random. And lol at Tom Newton's baaawing.

Go go Kazakhstan!
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« Reply #17 on: October 12, 2008, 06:21:56 PM »

Yep. Good old Kevin Owen.
I`ve met up with him online a few times
over the years. He posts all this scio PR crap
but then when I ask him a few probing questions
 he goes all quiet .
He lives in Rotorua.
If you`re ever there and see Dianetics posters
pasted on shop walls , do like I did and tell the
shop keepers that Kevin Owen has been graffiti-ing
their buildings, "Kevin Owen " from Scientology.

For anyone reading this if you know of anyone
who is criminally insane. Send them to see Kevin
Owen of Rotorua. Apparantly he is some sort
of Authority in the field of mental health.

Is that right Kevin?
Kevin ........?
Are you there ....?
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By Kevin Owen.

Fireman Said "When your on the way to the fire, don't worry about the yapping dogs".

 PSYCHIATRIC DIAGNOSIS
MANUFACTURING MADNESS

[link edited for length]

Webster's [dictionary] defines fiction as "anything
made up or imagined. "Anyone reviewing psychiatry's
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) and
the mental health section of' the International
Classification of Diseases (ICD: tenth version)
would find it difficult to place it in, any other
category. They are literally psychiatry's "bible"
of invented mental illnesses. Of course, psychiatry
will protest that they do not invent the behaviors
defined. And this is true the behaviors are often
observable. However psychiatry's unscientific and
arbitrary bundling together of behaviors and
emotions under the fraudulent tag of "mental
illness" is pure fabrication - calculated to further
the myth of mental illness and precipitate a Mental
Health State.

For more information contact:
Citizen's Commission on Human Rights?
Ph/Fax 09-3733897
PO Box 5257 Auckland
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http://myurlisname.blogspot.com/2007/07/scientology-cited-in-australian-murders.html

http://www.mefeedia.com/entry/more-scientology-related-deaths-in-australia/10128099/
 
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« Reply #18 on: October 16, 2008, 02:40:51 PM »

Here is evidence of the real danger that Scientology poses.

Scientology moves politically and legally.
ie. It infiltrates, and manipulates political process.
It uses the best lawyers money can buy to confound the legal system.
Witnesses have observed up to 20 lawyers meeting with Miscavage at a time.


Once it has entrenched itself safely in societies foundations it
can dictate to whole populations with impunity.

"IN an unanimous landmark decision, the European Court of Human Rights gave a verdict in favour of the Scientology religion, upholding religious freedom throughout the 46 nations that comprise the Council of Europe, in a precedent-setting ruling that will help guarantee these rights for people of all faiths. The court overturned the Moscow City government?s refusal to register the Church of Scientology of Moscow as a religious organisation."

Full article...
http://www.merinews.com/catFull.jsp?articleID=144483

What Hubbard just did to Russia and appears to have succeeded , is what Hitler tried to do in the 40`s and failed.

Luckily for us the same cold Russian winter that caused Hitlers troops to starve,
is about to start again. Soon the cult will have to burn their court decision just to stay warm.
Hitler`s troops encountered row after row after row of Russians saying "Fuck you."
They knew that Hitler was not liberating them. Just as they know scio isn`t.




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« Reply #19 on: October 17, 2008, 04:38:38 PM »

Scientology takes another gigantic kick in the nuts.


New York, NY (PRWEB) October 16, 2008 -- New York Times bestselling author and award winning filmmaker Ian Halperin is proud to release his newest film, His Highness Hollywood, onto DVD. In his latest 'outing,' Halperin poses as a gay actor to infiltrate The Church of Scientology and the world of Hollywood.

Here are some reviews for 'His Highness Hollywood':

"Much Like Borat...But with Substance."
-- NY Times No.1 Bestselling author Andrew Morton

"Halperin posed as a gay man wishing to be cured by Scientology...he received the most offensive response imaginable."
-- Ben Widdicombe, NY Daily News

"After claiming to be a gay actor afraid that revelations of his homosexuality would ruin his career, the Church took him in, promising they could 'cure him of his sexuality through auditing,'or, you know, asking him to pay up."
-- Gawker.com, NY

Full article...
http://www.prweb.com/releases/Ian/Halperin/prweb1439914.htm
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« Reply #20 on: October 23, 2008, 03:31:11 PM »

Here is a very accurate article about the kid
arrested for bringing down scios web site in January.

Dmitriy Guzner anonymously helps to cause a Scientology website to be unavailable and almost gets 10 years in prison plus a $250,000 fine.


http://www.nolanchart.com/article5251.html

This by the way is what has inspired Scientology
to try to connect EVERY threat they receive to
the criminal, terrorists at anonymous.

Remember the PR training.
Position yourself with the desirable
Position your opposition with the undesirable.

In 1974 a man was found wandering inside the
grounds of Buckingham Palace.
When asked what he was doing there , he
told security that he was in love with Princess Ann.
So he was taken to a mental hospital. !!!
This actually happened.

No it wasn`t Cptn. Mark Phillips.
His name was never released...

Mike, your job for the long weekend is to
connect him with anonymous.
If that was too easy work on Charles Manson.
So far the FBI can only connect him with Scientology.
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« Reply #21 on: October 24, 2008, 03:49:40 PM »

Re : the above.

Interesting article posted

DDOS Retaliation Against Church of Scientology, Understanding Motives

DDoS attacks are harmless, nothing is damaged nor defaced... the mass alarm is uncalled for and exacerbated.

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I recently spoke to a intelligence professor at a local university in the San Francisco Bay Area, who wants to be unnamed because of possible harassment from the cult, about the DDoS attacks against Scientology and their illegality. The professor laughed at the issue at hand where a young teenager in New Jersey is being charged for maximum penalties. DDoS wasn't a big deal at all. Nothing was defaced, nothing was destroyed, and the site was restored eventually. He laughed harder when I asked about the "cyber terrorist" label which Scientology likes to throw around. He stated that "Unless someone attacks a government website to steal information or cause harm to the government or citizens, there's no way [Anonymous] are terrorists. In fact, he said "we know about real terrorists, you're definitely not." In fact, the DDoS is considered a "cyber sit-in" by some national security experts, akin to peaceful acts of civil disobedience. Which are reminiscent of the 1960's in the Civil Rights movement. Sit-Ins in restaurants that didn't serve African-Americans throughout the south were the main highlight of civil rights. Standing up for freedom which Anonymous is carrying out.

More...

http://www.opednews.com/maxwrite/diarypage.php?did=10312

And another one here...

http://www.opednews.com/articles/DDoS-Hacker-Responds-To-Sc-by-Kate-Noelle-081023-596.html

And another which is of interest from Boston.

Boston Scientology: Sorry No Head On Pike For You

The Suffolk County DA's office today dropped charges of criminal harassment against Gregg Housh, of the Greater Boston Area, related to protests outside the Church of Scientology's Boston headquarters.
Full story...
http://www.opednews.com/maxwrite/diarypage.php?did=10295

Okay... Get back to what you were doing.
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« Reply #22 on: November 04, 2008, 11:38:11 PM »

Scientology has an important message for the world.

We are not crooks !!!
You want money ?  Here have money.
Believe us now ?  We have more money.
We smile. We have celebrities.
We care about the community. We come in peace.
How can we be bad ? Look ....We have money.
Here are 60,000 reasons to like us.
"One day, and maybe that day will never come,
we may call on you for a favor.....
In the meantime accept this gift on the day of your daughters wedding.
                                                            Vito Corleone

http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/79921
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« Reply #23 on: November 05, 2008, 08:23:11 AM »

so who will be needing an air ambulance?  Insurance for miscabbage or cruise?

The hospital at East Grinstead were pioneers in plastic surgery - during WW2 all burnt pilots went there and are known as the Guinea Pigs.

Maybe helicopters and plastic surgery is the exit strategy??

just a thought

regards, Martin
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« Reply #24 on: November 07, 2008, 04:40:17 PM »

More developments on the $ 250,000,000 lawsuit against scientology
by Peter Letterese. 

The very first comment posted is by a NZ scilon, and drug rehab
expert Kevin Owen.  Kevin never stays around for a debate.
Just likes to leave bits of theta and then BLOWS OFF.


http://www.mediabistro.com/fishbowlLA/geekdom/scientology_takes_off_kid_gloves_against_exsciento_guy_99924.asp
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« Reply #25 on: November 08, 2008, 04:20:18 PM »


Press release from Rev. Gwen Barnard....Community Affairs Church of Scientology
PORTLAND Oregon

They are moving temporarily while their org is renovated.
But get the "Good roads and good weather" PR bullshit !

"The growth of the Scientology religion has been accelerating in recent years. There are now more than 7,810 churches, missions and groups across 163 nations with 1,500 opening in the last year alone. The church has expanded more in the last five years than in the previous five decades combined. As an indication of the tremendous world-wide interest in the Scientology religion, Beliefnet, the premier organization monitoring religions on the Internet, established that Scientology was the number one searched-for religion on the Internet in 2006.

'We are here to serve our parishioners and our community at large. We look forward to continuing to work side by side with like-minded individuals and organizations to improve life in a troubled world,' said Rev. Crandell."

Rev Crandell ....clear the word "deluded."

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« Reply #26 on: November 08, 2008, 08:58:07 PM »

The reason it's the most searched-for religion on the net is because people want to look at the sites and go ....

Bwaaahaaahaaa

Is this for real???
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« Reply #27 on: November 10, 2008, 03:22:48 PM »

John Duignan who escaped for the cult then wrote a book
about it only to have it withdrawn mysteriously from
amazon.com.....   Has just received massive coverage in
Dublin Ireland`s "Sunday world"
See the article and photos here...
http://forums.whyweprotest.net/15-media/jd-sunday-world-full-win-again-31436/

This is another  major kick in the nuts for the cult.
The public are on our side. The media are finally coming to the party.

Make sure to order a copy of his book.
"Money talks bullshit walks."
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« Reply #28 on: November 10, 2008, 03:39:47 PM »

Also published in THe Sun...UK
on line and in hard copy.
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/woman/real_life/article1881317.ece

Wonder if Miscavige has sorted out his hide away yet.
Better get a move on Davy boy.
The world is coming for you and they are pretty mad.
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« Reply #29 on: November 13, 2008, 07:40:12 AM »

GERMANY...

Today the state parliament of NRW (Northrhine Westphalia) is going to discuss a motion, which will probably pass, concerning more organized spreading of information on Scientology, especially its efforts in the areas of education and economy (offering help for pupils and infiltrating businesses). This is an interview with a member of the SPD parliamentary group which created the motion. It is about the Church of Scientology in the german state of NRW.

original here: Interview: Landtag will Ma?nahmen gegen Scientology beschlie?en - Panorama - WDR.de

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Scientology on the Advance in NRW

State parliament to decide on informational concept on wednesday (November 12th 2008) on a common motion by the parliamentary groups of SPD, FDP and CDU, which aims at clearing the path for a more targeted observation of the Scientology Organisation. Businesses and teachers ought to be informed better, says SPD member of parliament Wolfram Kuschke.

WDR.de: Is there an increase in Scientology activity in NRW?

Wolfram Kuschke: Yes. On one side in the form of [institutes for educational support] to especially gain access to children and youths. Furthermore, the Verfassungsschutz has indications that Scientology tries to gain influence in a targeted manner by involving themselves in existing businesses or by founding new businesses. Such educational institutes demonstrably exist in Oelde, Lichtenau near Paderborn, M?nster and Essen, in addition to this two official branches exist in D?sseldorf- "Scientology Church" and a "Celebrity Center". Then there is an organisation with the misleading name "Youth for Human Rights". All this supports the [conclusion], that apparently there is intention for a new campaign to get started and to do it consicously in the biggest state, NRW.

WDR.de: Two years ago there was already excitement about the organisation's appearance in NRW, yet afterwards there had been silence surrounding Scientology.

Kuschke: We're observing wavelike movements: When one makes Scientology the topic, the organisation is taking cover. When, after some time, public scrutiny eases, it is coming out again. Since some months this has been the case again and Scientology apparently tries to get a foothold in NRW as well.

WDR.de: How does the organisation go about this?

Kuschke: Often by very cleverly devised strategies, which are often connected with offers of help - as is the case with educational help. Through this it is being tried to slowly introduce Scientology's ideology. The same happens with regards to the infiltration of businesses. Often there are written questionnaires which -siding harmless answers- investigate into private personal matters in a targeted manner. This happens via questions on e.g. your own feeling of self-worth, this way it is tried to influence the [approached] personality by creating insecurity inside of it. And we're of the opinion that people, who lack professional experience, are pretty helpless when confronted with this strategies before they even realize what is happening to them. We know of many former Scientology adherents that they actually got dependent, got sick till being depressed and were also financially exploited in the end.

WDR.de: Which measures are you demanding in the motion to the state government posed by the SPD parliamentary group and which is now brought forward together with CDU and FDP?

Kuschke: Three things: We want a continuation of the public information work on Scientology, which is in part already being done by the state government, in the areas of children, youths and parents, because this is just the area, which is particularly in Scientology's focus. Second, we want to portray the new area of business infiltration in a more open way, by informing the chambers of industry, commerce and trades themselves. Third, we want Scientology to remain in observation by the Verfassungsschutz in NRW. For we don't consider Scientology a religious community, but a business which is aiming for profit.

WDR.de: How may the target groups - businesses, pupils, teachers, parents - be informed better?

Kuschke: On one hand there has to be written information, but also events offered in a targeted manner, so that e.g. personell departments of businesses can inform themslves on the scientologic strategies. While Verfassungsschutz is already offering such informational events, they are far too irregular and unstructured. These should not be singular events, but rather a continuing, long term offer, because unfortunately, the strategies of Scientology are long term too.

WDR.de: Who could a business man approach, who has had a suspicious contact?

Kuschke: We have an excellent institution in NRW: The bureau for cult info [Sekten-Info] located in Essen. However, we also would like to see a point of contact within the state government itself, i.e. at the ministry of interior or economy, but also in the school ministry.

WDR.de: How fast may these concepts be realized?

Kuschke: We assume that there will be such offers already at the beginning of next year. Furthermore, we will request the state government to create a report at the beginning of the year, on how far the realization has progressed.

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