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« Reply #15 on: March 06, 2009, 11:45:49 PM »

Stephan Colbert explains the story of Xenu.

http://glosslip.com/2009/03/05/stephen-colbert-explains-the-story-of-xenu/
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« Reply #16 on: March 08, 2009, 09:38:07 PM »

more on the above.

http://www.p2pnet.net/story/18721
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« Reply #17 on: March 11, 2009, 12:00:45 AM »

 Hubbard was "Humanitarian" like MLK, Mother Teresa, Gandhi

According to a new Scientology cult fundraising video, cult founder L. Ron Hubbard was a humanitarian and inspirational world leader on a par with Martin Luther King, Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Nelson Mandela.

 According to a new Scientology cult fundraising video, cult founder L. Ron Hubbard was a humanitarian and inspirational world leader on a par with Martin Luther King, Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Nelson Mandela. The video, designed to help raise funds for Scientology?s Mountain View, California office to become an "Ideal Org," or massively luxurious new facility, has no narration, but features photographs of each of these figures, usually accompanied by a short audio excerpt of an important speech, and then a bit of text on the screen from a different speech. In the background plays a sort of "new age" electronica music. There is no audio of Mother Teresa (whom they have re-named "Mother Theresa"), and they do not identify Mahatma Gandhi or Eleanor Roosevelt by name. Text at the beginning of the series declares that "Humanitarians of the past have worked tirelessly to build a better world...", and afterward, it reads that "L. Ron Hubbard developed the way for all their goals to be fully realized." Then, a photograph of L. Ron Hubbard appears, in a very unnatural-looking pose that someone apparently thought would make him look contemplative, followed by one of Hubbard?s quotations.

If you can stand any more....

http://www.agoravox.com/article.php3?id_article=9463
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« Reply #18 on: March 12, 2009, 11:36:43 PM »

   COLBERT RAID UPDATE (xenu is now 3rd position :( go vote fuckers edition)
Help NASA Name Node 3!


Can we get some voting going on?
Click on the link and type XENU in the suggestion box

http://www.nasa.gov/externalflash/name_ISS/index.html
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« Reply #19 on: March 13, 2009, 12:09:36 AM »

Can we get some voting going on?

Done :D

Suggest you start a new thread if ya want to get some serious efforts going on.
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« Reply #20 on: March 15, 2009, 12:42:52 AM »

Scientology issue on "How to use a vibrator."
This is not fake.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/9926676/How-To-Use-A-Vibrator

If you are under 18 ask mummy before clicking the link.
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« Reply #21 on: March 16, 2009, 06:50:44 PM »

Monday, 16 March 2009, 11:12 am
Press Release: Anonymous

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

3-15-09

Anonymous
Anonymous[at]whyweprotest.net


Scientology Spokesman Tommy Davis Confirms Xenu Story

Los Angeles, CA - After years of dismissing the story as false, Scientology spokesman Tommy Davis has confirmed that the story of mankind's origins involving an alien overlord named Xenu is indeed authentic Scientology teaching.

In the exclusive interview with KESQ News Channel 3 reporter[1], Nathan Baca, Scientology spokesman Tommy Davis was asked about the story of Xenu, known to senior Scientologists as part of "Operating Thetan Level III", or "OT III" for short. Davis denied the story at first (as he has done in the past), stating that these were claims "forwarded by anti-Scientologists."
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When Baca began reading from a book written by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard that mentions the Xenu story, Davis became defensive, admitting that the story is indeed authentic, but confidential. He then accused Nathan Baca of religious hate, saying that a non-Scientologist asking about Scientology's core beliefs is an "offensive concept", and that Baca was "just forwarding an agenda of hate."

Tommy Davis previously denied the Xenu story, asking CNN reporter John Roberts if it "sounded ridiculous" and saying the story was "unrecognisable" to him[3]. The Xenu story has also been denied by actor Tom Cruise and other famous Scientologists [6]. In that same interview with John Roberts, Davis claimed that anti-Scientology protesters known as "Anonymous" had sent death threats and bomb threats to Scientology "orgs" around the world. When Roberts revealed that the FBI had told CNN that they had no reason to believe Anonymous was responsible for the alleged threats, Mr. Davis stuttered, and claimed that the alleged threats were being investigated by local law enforcement.

The organization is well-known for aggressive public relations and media handling tactics, such as claiming threats of violence against itself. New York journalist, Paulette Cooper, the author of the famous critical book "The Scandal of Scientology", was framed for making bomb threats by Scientology in the 1970's. "Operation Freakout" was revealed by the FBI after raids on Scientology headquarters in Washington and Los Angeles in which were seized detailed plans for the false bomb threats. In 2007, the Church of Scientology in the UK alleged that the BBC sent "terrorist death threats" to the organization[5].

A leaked recording exists of Hubbard giving a lecture[2] on OT III, as well as a hand-written document summarizing the Xenu story written in Hubbard's own handwriting[4]. Hubbard instructed his followers not to mention OT III to any non-Scientologist and Scientologists who themselves have not reached the level, ostensibly because Hubbard wrote that people are liable to fall victim to pneumonia and die if exposed to the Xenu story before they have completed the preparatory steps in Scientology. Scientologists pay up to $350,000 to reach OT III. Those that reach OT III are required to have a safe in their home and to transport the OT III materials in a locked briefcase [7].


About Anonymous

Anonymous is a collective of like-minded individuals that are currently protesting the abuses of the Scientology Organization. For more information, please visit these sites:
http://www.whyweprotest.net/
http://anonstillalive.com/
http://www.anonymousresources.com/

For a summary of the OT III story, check out the Complete OT III Class VIII transcript package: http://www.wikileaks.com/wiki/Scientology_cult_Hubbard_Class_VIII_Xenu_transcripts_1968

Sources:
[1] KESQ News Interview: http://www.kesq.com/Global/story.asp?S=9996728
[2] L Ron Hubbard Audio recording of OTIII (Xenu Story): http://www.bringyou.to/apologetics/HubbardOnXemu.mp3
[3] CNN Interview with Davis on May 8th: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58igVWapjR8
[4] OT III documents: https://secure.wikileaks.org/wiki/Church_of_Scientology_collected_Operating_Thetan_documents
[5] BBC Editor Blogs About Scientology: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/theeditors/2007/05/investigating_scientology_1.html
[6] http://atheism.about.com/b/2005/06/24/tom-cruise-denies-xenu.htm
[7] http://www.whyaretheydead.net/krasel/aff_mp89.html
 
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« Reply #22 on: March 17, 2009, 04:14:13 PM »

Finding Xenu....  The dvd.

A bit of fun


http://www.p2pnet.net/story/18805
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« Reply #23 on: March 18, 2009, 12:36:33 AM »

Its old and i dont know if anyones seen it before but i found it amusing.

January 4, 2000, The Washington Post
THE RELIABLE SOURCE (column)
By Lloyd Grove

Scientology's Funny Photos

The Church of Scientology insists that more than 14,000 of it's faithful packed the Los Angeles Sports Arena for a millenia celibration of Scientology's first 50 years and the "triumph of spirituality over materialism." To bolster that claim. the church's PR operation posted four panoramic color photographs of the Dec. 28 event -- for use by the news media -- on the Scientology Web site. But then Arlington resident Arnaldo Lerma entered the picture, reports The Post's Richard Leiby.

The 49-year old Lerma, an-ex-Scientologist who has tangled repeatedly with church officials since he quit 23 years ago, and today owns an audio-video and computer business, immediately thought he spotted something fishy. He says the crowd scenes were doctored extensively. In one shot he found repeated images of some attendess---apparently added to fill empty seats. The touch-up work left one doppelganger parishioner with no head. In another shot a bald man who had been replicated magically grew hair.

On Friday, Lerma shared his discovery with the media and Posted his findings on an online Scientology discussion group, and on New Year's Day the church removed two photos altogether and considerably cropped the remaining two.


Photo's on this site here.
http://www.lermanet.com/scientologynews/washingtonpost/nohead01042000.htm


Yesterday when Leiby asked church spokeswoman Janet Weiland for an explanation, she said there was no intent to inflate the head count. "That was just a goof when they put it up on the Web",- she said, "It was later corrected." She maintained that the celebration was "absolutely packed...there wasn't an empty seat"

Lerma - who left the church after what he describes as an unsanctioned romantic involvement with one of church founder L. Ron Hubbard's daughters disagreed. 'It wasn't a mistake -- we think it took many hours, of work" - he said. "They didn't just clone people, they squished their heads and drew hair on them. It's only a 'goof' because we noticed it" Later Scientology's Weiland phoned Leiby back to offer futher explanation. "Someone made an independent decision over the holidays to fill in a hole around the camera crew for aesthetic reasons, and when we found out about this the photos were pulled," Weiland said. -"That wasn't okay." (Lerma's analysis of the offending photos, complete with helpful diagrams, can be found at http://www.lermanet.com)
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« Reply #24 on: March 20, 2009, 04:07:52 PM »


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Criticism of Scientology by Criminals

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You might have noticed that America seems to be overflowing with lame criticism of Scientology.

Do you want to know just how much of this criticism you should believe?

Well, I have the answer for you - none of it. You should not believe any of it.

This criticism is ALL originating from

(1) former Scientologists - people who have failed at Scientology because they are not ethical enough, and

(2) criminals who have never been Scientologists, so they have no reality about it and have no basis to criticize it.

Such criticism from the uninformed is worthless.

The picture that most people get of Scientology is distorted by hatred and misinformation. Just because Scientology is unpopular doesn't mean it is wrong. For example, many people quote the March 2008 Gallup Poll on religions that found that most Americans have a negative view of Scientology, disliking it more than atheism or any other religion. This is a very deceptive and misleading poll.

The problem with the so-called poll is that most of the people surveyed were probably NOT Scientologists, and probably were criminals or atheists and thus have no basis for their opinions on religion. The people surveyed might not have even met a Scientologist. But the poll doesn't tell you that, thus distorting the picture. A proper survey would have surveyed opinion amongst Scientologists. The results would have been overwhelmingly positive.

The fact is that Scientologists are a minority trying to make the world better with proven technology that is clearing the planet of aberration, insanity and war. Many people oppose any social betterment activity, hence they oppose Scientology.

The legitimate source of information about Scientology is the Church itself. Anyone can borrow a Scientology book from a library, for free, and learn for themselves, just like John Travolta did.

Check out the links.

http://www.rantrave.com/Rant/Criticisim-of-Scientology-by-Criminals.aspx
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« Reply #25 on: March 22, 2009, 04:34:39 PM »

  Leaked Scientology email...


 DEAR FRIENDS,

    WE HAVE A HUGE UNBELIEVEABLE SEMINAR AND EXPANSION PLANNED FOR IRELAND IN APRIL.

    SURROUNDING THIS SEMINAR WE WILL BE DOING MANY PR ACTIONS AND WORKING TO SET UP A NEW SCIENTOLOGY SCHOOL TO TEACH CHILDREN HOW TO STUDY AND HELP PEOPLE HANDLE THEIR PROBLEMS.

    IT WILL BE A CHALLENGE BECAUSE IRELAND IS STILL A VERY BACKWARDS COUNTRY AND UNEDUCATED BUT WE ARE THE ONLY ONES WHO CAN DO IT.

    MAY BE THE BIGGEST SEMINAR AND DISSEMINATION ACTIVITY I HAVE EVER BEEN INVOLVED WITH.

    I NEED AND WANT YOUR THETA AND PHYSICAL SUPPORT TO MAKE THIS COME TRUE.

    CAN YOU PLEASE GET BEHIND THIS 1500 PEOPLE SEMINAR IN IRELAND FOR APRIL IN ANY AND EVERY WAY YOU CAN. FOR ANYONE WHO CONTRIBUTES TO THIS CYCLE, YOU WILL RECEIVE A DVD OF THIS CYCLE AND A SPECIAL COMMENDATION.

    YOU WILL GO DOWN IN HISTORY AS A FOUNDING MEMBER OF CLEARING IRELAND AND A MAJOR PILLAR.

    OUR TARGET: TO SET THE ALL TIME WORLDS RECORD FOR NEW PEOPLE STARTED ON SERVICES AND NEW PEOPLE AUDITING HOURS IN ONE WEEK. GOAL FOR 2009: ONE MILLION PEOPLE AUDITING SELF ANALYSIS

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    THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU.
    WE ARE A TEAM. WE ARE TAKING THIS PLANET.
    STEP UP, STEP FORWARD AND LETS MAKE IT SO.

    LOVE,
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« Reply #26 on: March 22, 2009, 06:22:46 PM »

Get the quote in the last paragraph!!  Laugh - I nearly shat myself.

regards
Martin


"Troubled Scientology Church in Ireland is now ?1m in red"
Source: "Irish Independent," June 28, 2006

Dublin, Ireland - INTEREST-FREE loans from abroad are propping up the
troubled Irish branch of the controversial Church of Scientology.

Financial documents seen by the Irish Independent reveal that the
church is more than ?1m in the red after running up huge legal bills
in an epic eight-year battle brought by a disgruntled former member.

As a result, members of the mega-rich Church of Scientology in the
United States have had to cough up almost ?400,000 just to keep the
Dublin arm afloat.

The celebrity endorsed group landed itself in a financial hole after a
case was taken against it by a former owner of a sports equipment
shop, Mary Johnston.

In the high-profile case, Ms Johnston alleged conspiracy,
misrepresentation and breach of constitutional rights, as well as
deliberate infliction of emotional harm, against the church and three
of its members. The case was eventually settled out of court in 2002.

The Scientology spokesman in Dublin, architect Gerard Ryan, said
yesterday: "Obviously, if you get into a legal thing that lasts eight
years, the legal bills are going to be simply staggering. There is no
pressure on us to pay the money back. It has been donated by various
Scientologists across the world. In the States, we are very large and
some of the more affluent people have been able to help us out."

Mr Ryan admitted that the growth of Scientology here had been "very,
very small". Eighteen years after the Dublin office opened, it had
managed to attract only a few hundred members. "We have a different
point of view of things. We have teachings on past lives. From my
point of view, I will be coming back next time," he said. "If someone
isn't a Scientologist this time around, they may be next time."

Mr Ryan admitted, however, that the Church's ?1m deficit was making it
"difficult" to achieve things in its current lifetime. The Church has
also failed to achieve charitable status in Ireland, which would give
it tax-free status.

The head of Scientology in Ireland is Kerryman Gerard Collins. Other
prominent cientologists here include members of Mr Ryan's family as
well as a Swede, Anna-Lena Blance, who edits the church's infrequent
magazine, called Freedom. Outside Ireland,Scientology - which was set
up by the deceased US author L Ron Hubbard - has celebrity devotees
including Tom Cruise.

"It is a double-edged sword having celebrity members," Mr Ryan said.
"One the one hand, it i promotes the fact that we exist, but on the
other, it means we can be associated with airy-fairy land."
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« Reply #27 on: March 23, 2009, 02:45:29 PM »

  Leaked Scientology email...


 DEAR FRIENDS,

    WE HAVE A HUGE UNBELIEVEABLE SEMINAR AND EXPANSION PLANNED FOR IRELAND IN APRIL.

    SURROUNDING THIS SEMINAR WE WILL BE DOING MANY PR ACTIONS AND WORKING TO SET UP A NEW SCIENTOLOGY SCHOOL TO TEACH CHILDREN HOW TO STUDY AND HELP PEOPLE HANDLE THEIR PROBLEMS.

    IT WILL BE A CHALLENGE BECAUSE IRELAND IS STILL A VERY BACKWARDS COUNTRY AND UNEDUCATED BUT WE ARE THE ONLY ONES WHO CAN DO IT.

    MAY BE THE BIGGEST SEMINAR AND DISSEMINATION ACTIVITY I HAVE EVER BEEN INVOLVED WITH.

    I NEED AND WANT YOUR THETA AND PHYSICAL SUPPORT TO MAKE THIS COME TRUE.

    CAN YOU PLEASE GET BEHIND THIS 1500 PEOPLE SEMINAR IN IRELAND FOR APRIL IN ANY AND EVERY WAY YOU CAN. FOR ANYONE WHO CONTRIBUTES TO THIS CYCLE, YOU WILL RECEIVE A DVD OF THIS CYCLE AND A SPECIAL COMMENDATION.

    YOU WILL GO DOWN IN HISTORY AS A FOUNDING MEMBER OF CLEARING IRELAND AND A MAJOR PILLAR.

    OUR TARGET: TO SET THE ALL TIME WORLDS RECORD FOR NEW PEOPLE STARTED ON SERVICES AND NEW PEOPLE AUDITING HOURS IN ONE WEEK. GOAL FOR 2009: ONE MILLION PEOPLE AUDITING SELF ANALYSIS

    DONATIONS ARE NEEDED FOR MATERIALS AND EXPENSES OF OUR GREATEST IRELAND DIANETICS EXPLOSION EVER IN IRELAND. PLEASE DONATE WHAT YOU CAN TO HELP US MAKE THIS DREAM A COMPLETE REALITY. MAIL DONATIONS TO

    CARY GOULSTON
    425 CLEVELAND ST.
    CLEARWATER FL. 33755

    WE CAN TAKE ANY CREDIT CARDS.

    THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU.
    WE ARE A TEAM. WE ARE TAKING THIS PLANET.
    STEP UP, STEP FORWARD AND LETS MAKE IT SO.

    LOVE,
    CARY
    727 xxx xxxx
    carybg@aol.com

http://www.p2pnet.net/story/18835

THis is just too, too much.  It needs to get printed in the paper in Ireland.  Anyone got a contact with John Duignan?????

I would love for him to get a hold of this.

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« Reply #28 on: March 23, 2009, 04:42:13 PM »

Comedian Kathy Griffin trashes celebrities, with love

By Eric Deggans, Times TV/Media Critic
In Print: Sunday, March 22, 2009


Imagine your smartest, cattiest, most foul-mouthed, celebrity-obsessed friend, hopped up on a steady intake of Diet Coke and Oprah episodes, ready to dish on everything from movie stars who are secret Scientologists to why Gloria Estefan runs Miami like a pint-sized, pop music-singing Scarface.

That's a hint of what it's like to step into comic Kathy Griffin's world.

Forget about AIG, the economic meltdown and whatever Barack Obama is up to today. In Griffin's house, the most important topics at hand are celebrities, gay culture, pop culture and the dysfunctional behavior that binds them all.

The carrot-topped comic brought a hyped-up crowd of 1,875 along for a twisted ride Saturday at Ruth Eckerd Hall, taking on the Church of Scientology, Nancy Grace's Caylee Anthony obsession and her own 89-year-old mother's fixation on Judge Judy.

"Did the Sarasota gays make the drive up?" Griffin yelled, calling out to her gay fans after an introductory montage of video clips featuring bit parts on shows ranging from Seinfeld to The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. "Upscale gays in the house ? thank you for crossing the bridge."

Dropping curse words like snowflakes, Griffin offered X-rated takes on famously overweight singer Wynonna Judd's new diet pills ("You know those pills are just tiny doughnuts"), all the free stuff people have given octuplet mom Nadya Suleman ("You know that wouldn't be happening if her name was Shaniqua Suleman") and Winfrey's continuing weight struggles ("I think it's amazing that Oprah is so wealthy and powerful she just noticed she's fat again last week").

For those who only know her for the controversies ? directing remarks to Jesus when she won an Emmy and slinging a curse word at a heckler during CNN's live New Year's Eve coverage ? it's easy to dismiss Griffin as a headline-grabbing vulgarian.

But her 90-minute show at 7 p.m. Saturday, the first of two shows that night, showcased the oddball blend of down-to-earth cattiness and relentless talent that has converted legions.

Tossing off spot-on impressions of Winfrey's shouts and Grace mispronouncing Anthony's name, Griffin nailed the vortex of cynicism and absurdity where today's celebrity culture thrives.

"I want to see Paula Abdul's head fall into the table once a week ? and she never let's us down," Griffin said, explaining her love for the loopiest judge of American Idol. "That new (judge Kara) DioGuardi made her put down the vodka and Vicodin. ? And I don't know if I'm ready for a Paula Abdul who can walk upright and drive a car."

Unfortunately, some of her best jokes could never make the pages of a family newspaper.

For fans who came for a serious dose of pop culture cynicism with a dash of gay-friendly sex jokes, Griffin offered an evening of relentless comedy powered by her boundless love for the big names she's constantly trashing.

What more could you ask from a pop culture-obsessed pal?

http://www.tampabay.com/features/performingarts/article986059.ece
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« Reply #29 on: March 26, 2009, 10:16:06 PM »



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Scientology and the Abrahamic Religions


http://www.rantrave.com/Rant/Scientology-and-the-Abrahamic-Religions.aspx
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