AnonyNews 10.6 (February 07th - 12th) [SIZE="4"]Operation TitStorm[/SIZE] Following an unprecedented move by the Australian Government to censor internet access to pornography containing female ejaculation and small breasted women, Anonymous has begun a new OP , entitled Operation Titstorm, a sub-unit of Operation Internet Freedom. Several letters from various members of Anonymous have been received by Australian news outlets, including the Sydney Morning Herald. These letters called out the Government's actions as both discriminatory and "the first step down the slippery slope of internet censorship." As of February 10th, several Australian Government websites were DDoS'd, and offices were spammed with pornographic emails, prank calls, and black faxes. More information can be found at WhyWeProtest. [SIZE="4"]Scientology: The Religion of the Stars- oh exploitable[/SIZE] Author Ian Halperin goes undercover to reveal never-before-told secrets of the strange, science-fiction inspired church of the stars. Halperin infiltrates the Church of Scientology posing as a gay actor attracted by the church's claim that it can cure homosexuality. Rebuffed until he claims that his uncle is a rich millionaire thinking of joining the church, he is given unprecedented access and allowed to video his entire experience. The results are explosive. He already published a few articles about his experiences in the Scientology Org but now it seems he will release a whole Book called "Scientology: The Religions of the Stars" in August this year. [SIZE="4"]Celebrity Centre LA to hold Autism fundraiser - Lolwut?[/SIZE] It appears that an Autism awareness group - "The Love For Autism Association" is going to be holding a kids' fashion show at the L.A. Celebrity Centre. Kids with Autism aged 5 to 9 will appear, raising money for this charity group. While it remains to be seen if this is a legitimate Association or just another front group, it is strikingly odd that Scientology would allow an event to be held in their Centre for a disease they claim does not exist. Have they changed their ways after the highly-publicized death of Jett Travolta? Are they doing this in response to the negative PR they've received over the last few years? Or are they using another front group in a disgusting display to cheat people out of their money? That remains to be seen. [SIZE="4"]Today Tonight and Daily Telegraph report on Aaron Saxton fight against the AVO[/SIZE] Today Tonight and the Daily Telegraph have picked up on the story of Sue Hunt’s AVO filed against Aaron Saxton. In the TV broadcast of Today Tonight a lot of insight on Scientology’s Fair Game policy is given and even Senator Xenophon speaks about this Scilon policy. Be sure to take a look at this great report. [SIZE="4"]Cardinal warns Catholics against Scientology and asks Government for clearer rules [/SIZE] Cardinal Marc Ouellet served a warning against the Church of Scientology inviting Catholics to be cautious and again asking the Quebec government for clear criterias for an organization to be recognized as a religion. The Cardinal mentions the excesses of the Solar Temple and the mass suicides due to other sects, stressing that the vigilance of the State and citizens was necessary to protect the public against abuse of all kinds. [SIZE="4"]Exaggerated MSNBC report on “helpful” Volunteer Ministers on Haiti[/SIZE] Since the earthquake in Haiti two weeks ago more and more Scientology Volunteer Ministers travel to Haiti to “help” people. The MSNBC joined the Cult missionaries and painted an overly positive picture of the VMs work in Haiti. The clear lack of fact checking by the news team shows either that they are very naïve or that Scientology still has enough money in its pockets. [SIZE="4"]Columbus Ideal Org - Scilons to build new 50,000 sq. ft "church"[/SIZE] The Church of Scientology wants to build an Org on Dublin Road. They are moving into the old Time Warner customer service centre, which lies in an industrial area. It’s basically on a mini expressway with limited road access and no sidewalks. This fits into the reported pattern of constructing new buildings that the local Org will be unable to afford or fill with people. It is financially disastrous to continue buying or building new facilities at the same time that membership is shrinking and contributions are drying up. The ordinary, citizen Scientologists have been bled nearly dry. [SIZE="4"]Nostalgia Critic Reviews - Battlefield Earth[/SIZE] One of the newest reviews of the Nostalgia Critic brings us the most horrible Sci-Fi movie ever – Battlefield Earth. In this episode he tries not to touch the Scientology topic too much. But as bad as this movie is, he gets near to a nervous breakdown – not only when Terl tries to give him acting lessons. For those who have and have not seen this “movie” yet, it’s definitely a great watch. [SIZE="4"]Alarming alliance between Scientology and San Jose local government exposed[/SIZE] In a leaked email, Scientology executive and OTVIII John Allender states that the county planned to publish fliers warning residents about the "cyberterrorist" group Anonymous. San Jose Scientologists plan to participate in this door-to-door approach on Saturday, February 12th. In his email Mr. Allender seemed to imply that Scientologists would be posing as county workers for the day, provided with ID cards identifying them as such. Anonymous plans to be there as well. Phone calls have confirmed that this is not a troll.