Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by DodoTheLaser, Dec 31, 2011.
This is why.
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SO, SO typical - the reaction from the spokeshole: "Those stupid, evil people are just stupid. Oh look, a shiny new building!" I'm not surprised that they didn't quote how many linear feet of posters they printed up last year as "evidence" of how successful they are.
ha! Check this out OSAtards
She has started accepting friend requests from ex's/indies. Just in the last hour or so.
I see that...I was checking em out...good for her....draw a line in the sand...that says do not cross....
Even WBM is a friend of her now... Seems like she is an SP now for sure.... And she is like.... Fawk it!
I find that.... Aaah... Excellent!
Hm... it's not like we didn't know this was gonna happen. Would have wished she'd have waited a bit with this step though, because now the church really can say she is connected to "SPs".
I'd like to know if this means Debbie will be on Knowledge Report.
All this attention is going to make it very difficult for Miscavige when it becomes time to run and hide. As happened in the case of the late John Gotti, he's too famous to get off the hook easily any longer, or if not yet, soon will be.
Just a reminder of who we are.
It's not 2008 anymore.
Be as water and embrace change.
Are you sure that's us? I can't recognize anyone in that video.
"...the suppression of your followers will become increasingly difficult to maintain. Believers will wake, and see that salvation has no price. They will know that the stress, the frustration that they feel is not something that may be blamed upon Anonymous. No--they will see that it stems from a source far closer to each. Yes, we are SPs. But the sum of suppression we could ever muster is eclipsed by that of the RTC..."
They moved ATMs into $cibot fundraisers now?
Now that David Miscavige has cleared up - once more - the question of whether the criminal organisation known as the "church" <spit> of $cientology is a cult or not by behaving in this completely predictable fashion (allegedly declaring Debbie Cook, definitely dead agenting her), which of the following actions will turn out to be predictable? To how much of an advantage will Debbie Cook and her friends inside and outside of the Co$ be able to turn this predictability?
It's extra sweet that among the first papers to pick it up were USA Today (isn't that the only paper Scientologists are allowed to read?) and the one in Philadelphia, so close to home for Miscavige.
This will embolden so many likeminded but hesitant people.
more have arrived
Jim's got crazy eyes.
An image to make the OSA shudder:
I wonder how much the machine charges.
Nothing like a $2 charge on top of every donation, right?
Maybe her goldenrod just arrived?
I bet all those overjoyed members wallowing in happiness over 27 Idle Orgs are really ecstatic when they get hit up for renovations and other expensive necessities.
They will be overjoyed to know (or be reminded) that LRH did not want the new age of continuous donations for buildings.
I think they need a copy sent to them?
no to derail, and it's not rreally a derail, it is just part of the possible fall out from this...
I wonder how Farrakhan is taking this?
or was he sheltered from it? OR is he right in the middle of everything with DM and desperatley trying to do damage control with his followers himself?
I doubt that Louie and Alfrauddie Johnson will like what is going on lol
I wonder if the FBI and IRS talk to each other much nowadays... ?
She accepted my friend request.
hey don't forget they feel their eternity is at stake and publics would prolly like to avoid hours of auditing for any "doubts" they may have for receiving the letter. Or if they are on staff, they will get sect checked
Oh the amount of KRS that will be filed! The Sea Org is going to BUSY.
SAD just all so fucking SAD
Smurf...showing how its done
I hope that OSA goes on a great witchunt to guarantee the purity of the Scientology corporation's employees and clients, kicking out anyone who shows any hint of disloyalty to the great leader.
*gleefully rubs hands together*
but how are they going to know? I mean, really KNOW, that they have sec checked everyone who received the message?
We also corresponded privately.
If they sec-check everybody who is on lines, that should cover it.
Anyone not on lines, who they have a terminal for, will be warned that they must come or be declared.
If they are unable to reach everyone, then technology is being misapplied.
they won't mwah ha ha
They are not going to be able to sec-check everyone and I suspect alot of Scilon publics would question the need for it anyways. Debbie's email has caused the cult alot of damage and Scilons are questioning policy. They may put up a united front on Facebook (you don't want your Facebook friends to REALLY know what you're thinking), but behind the scenes? It will be interesting to see how this is played out.
Debbie can never go back to the Scilon world she was living in before the email. She's guilty of High Treason in DM's book.
The tsunami of backlash that would accompany this action would make the exodus of the late 80s pale by comparison, and likely succeed in metaphorically flooding the reactor cores of Scientology.
Every time I see that picture, I hear this song:
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