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Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

Discussion in 'St Petersburg Times expose' started by Oinkertron9000, Jun 26, 2009.

  1. Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    Report lays bare the Times' bias against Scientology - St. Petersburg Times
  2. Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    More comments from others baww and pro are in the link above too.
  3. SickLab Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    Oh the irony.
  4. Oswald2001 Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    Well, you can't ask Slappy's wife.

    She's clapped in irons and hidden away somewhere while Slappy carries on his purported affair with the wife of a man who was left to conveniently die in horrible conditions of a debilitating disease without proper medical treatment.

    "The most ethical people on the planet."


    (I just threw up in my mouth a little.)
  5. Anonymous Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    indeed. perhaps someone should start asking about ol' shelley's whereabouts?
  6. Consensus Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    Someone in Clearwater PLEASE write a near-identical letter to the editor criticizing the paper for being 'biased' in it's Iran coverage.
  7. mrfyde Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    This is rather telling, suggesting it would have been legitimate to attack him on alcohol and drug issues, financial misdeeds, and sex scandals. - me thinks she reads to much religious freedom watch.

    Don't worry Pat, those allegations are coming.
  8. A.Non Hubbard Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

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    ALBEIT DEMANDING
  9. RightOn Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    What a doink
  10. anonakatie Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    So we shouldn't then listen to anything that the "Church"-produced ex-wives said about the Defector 4?

    Because after all we know those ex-wives can't be reliable.

    Thank You, Lynne Irons, for once again proving how stupid the leaders of this "church" are.
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  12. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    Whassis? Was I just unconscious for a week? Hadn't heard about this rumored affair.

    As for Harney's letter, it might be lulzy to juxtapose it with Tommy Boy's rantings.
  13. xenubarb Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    "Everything on the internet is lies."

    <commercial ends with scientology.org>

    Nuff said.
  14. Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    You've GOT to be shitting me!

    THAT is the Flag PR spokehole's rebuttal to the St. Pete Times' epic investigation?

    BWAHAHAHAHA!

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    Thanks Pat Harney!

    Your fail is only surpassed by &quot;Tiny Tyrant&quot; Miscavige's and Tommy &quot;Footbullet&quot; Davis'.
  15. Snake Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    Pat Harney needs a good pussy to lick. She looks like she'd enjoy one.
  16. twistedpuppet Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    :/ I thought Miscavaige was claiming to not be a religious leader. Hmmm...
  17. Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    Attack the attacker, Pat, admit nothing? SP Times , What are your crimes? We're legally a fucking religion, so fuck off? ( Only in US due to extortion, harassment and blackmail, btw). I'm sure Pat Harney would be more than happy to perjure herself to protect this wonderful "church" that caters to heavily paying customers and cult slaves only. At least you're following the policies of your lying, scamming founder L. Ron Hubbard. God bless the SP Times (SP times, great name) for standing up and exposing your church sponsored abuses and your little tyrant dictator who should be in jail for assault and battery amongst many other church supprted criminal activities. Scientology is also a bunch of child-abusing mother-fuckers. Nice "Religion".
  18. ntnmf Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    Hey! Quit bitching about Harney's letter! At least we didn't have to listen to her glass-cracking my-ears-are-bleeding voice!
  19. Obi-Wan-anon Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    And just think, right now, OSA is currently getting data from Pat Harney's ethics folder. Just to keep her in line, ya know?
  20. incog712 Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    Whew, it looks like that was one very busy Staturday down at Flag.

    Way to handle your hat Pat. Just imagine, if Miscavige had trusted you to handle this flap to begin with, surely you could have saved scientology. But he didn't.

    When the time comes that you have to go out and get yourself a real job, you'll know who to blame. Take heart, the SP Times will be there to listen to your stories too.
  21. Smurf Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    I know Pat Harney very well. If Davis Miscavige were a black man, she would have been screaming the race card from every rooftop of every cult-owned building in Clearwater.

    She is a disgusted, demented tool following the orders of OSA-Legal and the COB. She also failed to graduate from high school so I suspect she signed a letter written by someone in Legal.

    Remember, this is the skank that abandoned her husband during a very lengthy stay in RPF.
  22. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    What would you know? You can't even spell "weird".
  23. xenubarb Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    She is also one of the spokesclams who said Scientology doesn't break up families. Completely ignoring the fact that it broke up hers...
  24. Shellback Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    And that's the very best they can do. It boggle s the mind!
  25. Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    Ah Pat. How I've missed her.
  26. ALLANON Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    hahahahahha
  27. Anonymous Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    i'm skeered. itt fear that talking about pat harney will make her start talking.
  28. The Lushster Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    "If you want to know the character of a man, don't ask his ex-wife." Lynn Irons.


    Where oh where is the letter from the church in response to the article, where they use the ex wives of the ex scientologists to attempt to discredit them????
  29. Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    Pat Harney searching for a clue.....obviously not found.......it is a cult, for the record........This poor girl's expression says it all about interviewing a scientologist.
  30. Anonymous Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    lol
  31. Anonypeg Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    A tribute to Pat Harney:

  32. Smurf Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    Bawwwwww... STFU, troll.
  33. Anonymous Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    I wanna go fast and furious on Pat Harney's fajita.
  34. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    Uwi ?

    He was sick; he was abandoned, ignored, imprisioned, denied proper medical care, humiliated, had his wife stolen, and was ripped off for his humanity and left to die a lengthly, painfull, degrading, and un-necssary death.

    Tahnks davey! (you skfk!) Tahnks Lron! you dead sick stupid man.........pffffffffffffft!

    Your 'retirement' plan seems to work in your favour again, not your own ret. of course, everyone elses, and the blinded bat brigade still defends you. Pat Harney is a good slave for ya, but your plans to get her into bed have gone astray, and the new pump might take offence eh.
    How's the wife Davey? Is it true she caught you and Two-TomS playing turd miners and hasn't been seen since?
    Inquiring minds must know!



    erm, kk, end thread derail here............sry, good story OP.


    :/
  35. Herro Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    They really need to give it a rest with this biggotry stuff. I think most people by now are growing tired of it and see it for what it is.
  36. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    yeh, it gets kind of hard to sell after several thousand people from every walk of life (and a bunch of ex's etc. etc.), end up saying the same thing, Lron 'tech' fail # 38

    :rolleyes:
  37. randomx Member

    Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    What Judges and Prosecutors Need to Know About Scientology

    Sat, 2009-06-20 16:55 — gargy

    Anyone involved in bringing accused Scientology criminals to justice needs to know a few important things about the Church of Scientology and Scientologists.

    Because of their "scripture", many Scientologists would perjure themselves, would destroy incriminating evidence, would manufacture evidence, would, in fact, do anything, including breaking the law, to protect their church. They would do so even when there is a chance that they would get caught.

    Let me present a few facts so you can understand this.

    First, you need to understand the Scientology view of the world. The world is separated into the Good and Bad People. The Bad People, according to L. Ron Hubbard, make up 20% of the population. Of those Bad People, exactly 2.5% of them are truly, deeply evil ("Suppressive Persons") and the other 17.5% are in agreement with and under the influence of the evil ones ("PTS" or "Potential Trouble Sources").

    The remaining 80% are good, with Scientologists and the Church of Scientology being, by definition, Good. Note that, by their scripture, the Church of Scientology cannot ever be bad.

    Of course, according to Scientology's scripture, attacking the Church of Scientology is a "suppressive act" and means that the attacker is a Suppressive Person and, therefore, an enemy of the church.

    Consider these "High Crimes" as listed in Scientology's Introduction to Scientology Ethics by L. Ron Hubbard:

    * Public statements against Scientology or Scientologists ...
    * Testifying hostilely before state or public inquiries into Scientology to suppress it.
    * Bringing civil suit against any Scientology organization or Scientologist, including the nonpayment of bills or failure to refund ...

    In addition, some indications of "being PTS" are:

    * PTS Type C; persons who have ever threatened to sue or embarrass or attack or have publicly attacked Scientology ...
    * PTS Type J; persons attempting to sit in judgment on Scientology.

    Please note that none of this mentions or has anything to do with what is true and what is false. "Statements against Scientology or Scientologists", for instance, is a High Crime even when such statements are absolutely true!

    This means that prosecutors, judges and witnesses against Scientology are, according to their scripture, Evil People. They are "sitting in judgment" or worse. They are enemies of the church.

    Now for the important part of Scientology's scripture in this discussion. Anyone who is an enemy of the church may be, according to L. Ron Hubbard, "deprived of property or injured by any means by any Scientologist without any discipline of the Scientologist. May be tricked, sued or lied to or destroyed".

    Key point: "May be tricked, sued or lied to ...".

    And that is the key point that prosecutors and judges need to understand about the Church of Scientology and Scientologists. With this directive, Scientologists have full authorization (and some would even claim mandate) to destroy evidence, manufacture evidence and commit perjury in defending their church against all those suppressive prosecutors and judges.

    The Church of Scientology and all Scientology True Believers are at war with the Evil People of the world -- and prosecutors, judges and witnesses against Scientology are Evil People.

    Think I'm overstating this? The following is an exact quote from L. Ron Hubbard in a policy letter that all Scientologists are required to study at the beginning of every course:

    * We're not playing some minor game in Scientology. It isn't cute or something to do for lack of something better.
    * The whole agonized future of this planet, every Man, Woman and Child on it, and your own destiny for the next endless trillions of years depend on what you do here and now with and in Scientology.
    * -- L. Ron Hubbard -HCOPL 7 FEB 1965 Keeping Scientology Working

    That's how important Scientology and the Church of Scientology is to its True Believers. Compared with that, how important is being truthful in a court of law?

    Having a Scientologist swear to "tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help me God" is of little value. To a Scientology True Believer, such an oath has very little validity compared to the dictates of L. Ron Hubbard and David Miscavige.

    It may be hard for a religious person to understand how little God means to a Scientologist. According to Hubbard, the "Supreme Being" is only one of eight equally important "dynamics" -- God is not more important than, for instance, Groups or Self. And, according to the new interpretation by Miscavige, it is the Church of Scientology that is most important by far. Yes, far more important than God or any other dynamic.

    So any oath in court, to a Scientologist, does not have the power you might hope for. Do not expect any such oath to cause Scientology True Believers to actually tell the truth.

    To be fair, some Scientologists probably would tell the truth, but they would be the minority. To the rest, the Church of Scientology is absolutely senior to anything else.

    I will leave you, dear prosecutors and judges, with an opinion from L. Ron Hubbard on your justice system:

    * Police and courts offer an open-armed opportunity to the vicious and corrupt to establish themselves in a position of safety while satisfying their strange appetites of perverted viciousness toward their fellow man.
    * There is little thought of administering justice so that individuals can improve. There is every thought to punish and create misery.
    * -- Introduction to Scientology Ethics by L. Ron Hubbard

    What Judges and Prosecutors Need to Know About Scientology | ItsYourTimes.com
  38. Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    10/10
  39. anonhuff Member

  40. Re: Pat Harney bawwws about the SPtimes report.

    LOL, GREAT VIDEO!

    I love near the end when Pat &quot;Flunk&quot; Harney is confronted with the fact that her cult is on trial in France, and she tries to explain it away by claiming the French judicial process is based on the principle of &quot;guilty until proven innocent&quot;!

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    Sauce: Presumption of innocence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    and an English translation of The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen

    Which begs the question, did some higher-up in the cult just feed her that line which she didn't bother to fact check before opening her ignorant spokeshole or did she honesty believe she'd get away with that kind of ridiculous lie?

    Either way, it shows shes completely out of touch with reality.

    The perfect choice for your cult's spokesperson to the critical thinking public, amirite?

    So thanks for the laugh Pat, and keep those footbullets coming please! XD

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