Clams trying to win $50K for CLC

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Anonymous, Nov 19, 2011.

  1. Anonymous Member

  2. Anonymous Member

  3. Anonymous Member

  4. Anonymous Member

    I too will add to the length of this thread while saying to search it for an email address I won't put in this post.
  5. Anonymous Member

    WTB: "Pepsi: the Choice For a New Generation" Cadet Org shoop.
  6. RightOn Member

    Is Pepsi really that dumb?
    If they award this to the scilons the bad PR could be intensily lulzy
  7. xenubarb Member

    Long thread is long, but didn't the cult list a different address on their application for these funds? Fraud? Can haz convenient list of shenanigans related to this Pepsi thing?
  8. Anonymous Member

    It's a win-win.

    Coke tastes way better anyhow.
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  9. xenubarb Member

    I don't waste money on overpriced fizzy sugar water.
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  10. RightOn Member

    mix up yer own sasparilla in the tub do yah?
  11. Anonymous Member

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  12. xenubarb Member

    No. I drink beer. (but I know what sassparilla is, I stomped around in it a lot back east. It smells nice.)
  13. RightOn Member

    back east?
    Isnt that an old "wild west" kinda thing?
  14. Anonymous Member

  15. Aurora Member

    December 23rd they start to confirm winners.
    With the 1 vote a day domestic limit and the cult promoting international voting 3 ways a day, I would guess their final 5th place position is bogus. However, if the votes are verified on the last day of voting, maybe not.
    Regardless, I hope they lose. I'd love to see their facebook page bravado explode to bits of nothing.
  16. xenubarb Member

    I would like for them to win, then lose after their fraudulent crap is exposed.
  17. Aurora Member

  18. Anonymous Member

  19. Anonymous Member

    I think you're reading that quote wrong. I don't think it's "all votes are verified by 11:59" I think it's "at 11:59 we begin to verify votes."
  20. Aurora Member

    Clams verified at winners. :(
    Pepsico is now on me crap list.
  21. Anonymous Member

    Poon Ortega. Pepsi should suffer the negative PR of being associated with a child abusing cult.
  22. RightOn Member

    "Pepsi Awards $50,000 to the Mega Rich Church of Scientology For a New Roof for One of their Front Groups"

    please let me see this title somewhere
  23. Xenu Is Lord Member

    Also when I called Pepsi, they said people could vote each way. Yep I know that does not sound right and I went over it with the lady more than once. None the less we made a good show of it and if they did violate the rules I think Pepsi will be on the look out for it.
  24. Xenu Is Lord Member

    Opps I see the cult just got confirmed.
  25. RightOn Member

    this can't stay the way it is
    If Pepsi gives 50,000 to Scientology, then it must be spread far and wide.

    OK I am yelling......

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  26. Anonymous Member

    people should poon the other groups that were in the running to let them know that they lost to Scientology and that the money is going to a multi million dollar cult that brainwashes kids with LRH study tech and that the money is for a roof with not even the correct address
  27. Anonymous Member

    THIS. You so clever and creative and devious. Make it happen, Anon.
  28. Anonymous Member

    send the runner ups this pic and point out the LRH picture on the right and the ARC triangle on the left along with this COS and NOI idiot
  29. Anonymous Member

    ^^^ also point out his COS phony ass cross!
  30. Anonymous Member

    some of the other groups that were in the running
    from an early post ITT (snipped ) :

    Let's take a look at the other bunch of projects also asking for $50,000 from Pepsi.

    At number 4:
    This is an idea to build a center for kids suffering cancers.

    At number 3: iMize -

    At number 2:

    This is a lovely project to help disabled kids and make their lives better and assist them to find their place in society.

    At number 1:

    Seems to be a genuine campaign to rebuild crappy schools and involve parents.
  31. Herro Member

  32. Anonymous Member

    Can someone will skilz post a vid on boobtube explaining this ridiculous situation?
    Would be good to include pic of Jim Mathers pointing out the Hubbard pic on the back wall, the ARC triangle on back wall and his COS cross, the pic of the school pointing out it does not look like it needs any repair, mention that the "school" gave Pepsi the wrong address, the COS front group proof, how people outside the US vited and how the voting was don by COS, point out that the "school" is run by scilons, and also the dox on the remodel and new roof they had on that building in 2007 which is in an earlier post ITT
  33. Xenu Is Lord Member

    So do it.
  34. Anonymous Member

    if I had the skilz I would
    which is why I asked if someone with skilz can do it
  35. Xenu Is Lord Member

    Then don't expect it to get done. Send an email. You don't have the skills my ass.
  36. Anonymous Member

    it was a suggestion and NO I don't have the skilz to make videos and post them. sorry I am an an old fag!
    be nice!
  37. xenubarb Member

    Here's a better suggestion. You can write a script, can't you? Write out your idea and ya never know. Shit happens here, but it's pretty random.
  38. Anonymous Member

  39. Anonymous Member

    here is a script for a video.
    For anyone who cares to make a vid (again, sorry I don't have the skills), here is everything in a nut shell. I hope whomever makes a vid understands that Pepsi may find the vid liable? IDK?

    I am out of time and on my way out the door and did not have time to spell/grammar check either. :(
    I was also confused about the addresses of the CLC and what was submitted to Pepsi and what was correct. And this script may be WAY too long for a vid. PLEASE Edit at will!
    I bolded some questions and things I was not totally sure of or need to be confirmed.
    Happy New Year Community Learning Center!

    Every month Pepsi sponsors a program called the Pepsi Refresh Project.
    It is program where Pepsi awards grants in various denomonations of cash to needy projects that receive the most votes at the end of each month. A project can ask for $5- $50,000. This past Novembers winner was a $50,000 grant for a place called the Comminity Learning Center in Clearwater Florida. Clearwater is The Church of Scientology's mecca. They own billions of dollars worth of real estate in Clearwater.

    The Community Learning Center happens to be another property owned by a Scientologist and the Center is also a Scientology front group, which teaches the tech of the founder of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard. The center is of course run by Scientologists.
    <insert pic of the Center and names of Scientologists who run it?>
    do not kow if these are the correct names that should be used?
    Holly Haggerty
    Brenden Haggerty Secretary/Treasurer and also the CEO of Bright Sky Learning
    Joy Gendusa
    Sharon Hillestad Executive Director

    Meet another Scientologist, Jim Mathers. A very prominent member of the Church of Scientology and also a big supporter of Louis Farrakhan's The Nation of Islam. He is pictured here inside the Community Learning Center, holding a sign with the Pepsi contest texting information. Notice the picture of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard on the back wall on the right side, and also Scientology's "ARC" triangle on the left hand side. Jim is also wearing a Scientology cross around his neck.
    <insert pictures of Mathers> this picture of him at the CLC center can be found here
    post # 228

    The Community Learning Center's project and application to the Pepsi contest was for a new roof.
    Here is their face book page

    With a lillte bit of investigative work, it was found that the address provided for the Center to Pepsi was NOT the actual address of the Center.
    The adresss the Community Center gave to Pepsi was
    1611 N Fort Harrison Ave Clearwater, FL 33755
    The same address is shared by Youth for a Drug Free Florida, which is another Scientology Front Group
    and here is the picture of that building at that adress.
    <insert picture>
    The actual adress of the center is
    1411 North Fort Harrison Avenue, Clearwater, FL
    (727) 447-2708 and is called the Bright Sky Learning Center. huh?

    Here is a picture of the Community Learning Center
    <insert picture>
    As you can clearly see, it does not appear to be in disrepair at all.
    As a matter of fact, it had a complete remodel and new roof put on in 2007.
    Pictured here are Scientologists Jeannine Hall and Gale Pollack
    <insert pics and dox. The one of those two woman on the roof holding the tile?>
    you can find that pic here , post # 195 page 4.

    There also is a question about the amount of the voting/texting that was done to win this contest.
    Although Pepsi's rules state that they do allow multiple votes by one person, the Center received votes from people outside the US and some members were quoted that they "voted 400 times in one day".
    Pepsi has stated that their system monitors and throws out foreign country votes and "robo text" voting.
    People were also setting up bogus accounts and proxy voting for under age people.
    Here is a video from the Community Learning Center telling people how to vote and to set up bogus accounts.
    At 3:15 they clearly set up accounts with Pepsi for under age kids.

    This is also against Pepsi's rules. Pepsi's rules on voting:
    "the maximum is 1 vote, per idea, per day, for a total of 5 votes per day"
    Pepsi's rules for applications for contest
    <insert any pics , info or footage of them asking for votes>

    Not to mention the Community Learning Center is NOT a non profit organixation which is also against Pepsi's rules.
    Tax ID / APN 09-29-15-51192-000-0061
    Address 1611 N Fort Harrison Ave, Clearwater, FL 33755

    Pepsi was alerted to all this information and deception. Their response was that they would look into it before granting any money to any project.
    Which is a good thing. Of course the Community Center will deny any affiliation with Scientology. This is an outright LIE which can easily proven over and over.
    Further more Pepsi's rules state:
    "as long as they don’t promote religious advocacy or proselytizing acts intended to expand membership, encourage conversion, or advance a religious denomination"
    The current Pinellas county tax records list The Community Learning Center as a Religious Organization.

    The other participants who were in the running against the Community Learning Center where actual projects with actual needs.
    Some of the projects that lost out to Scientology's Community Learning Center were..
    <insert links to their projects>
    to build a center for kids suffering cancers.
    iMize -
    project to help disabled kids and make their lives better and assist them to find their place in society.

    Scientology is a multi million dollar "church" with many front groups that have many different names.And the Community Learning Center in Fl, is just one of MANY.
    So the question remains...
    Will Pepsi grant $50,000 to Scientology's Community Learning Center? Even though is is rife with documented deception? How do you feel about this?
    Let Pepsi know that they have the "Wrong One Baby" and that the grant should go to an actual needy project with actual needs.
    Pepsi Info:
    The Pepsi Refresh contest:
    Young America at 1-800-768-2784 or email
    Tweet at:!/pepsi
    Visit Pepsi on Face Book
    Pepsi on Youtube
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  40. Anonymous Member

    also this vid need to be mirrored and saved before it dissapears

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