Portland Ideal Morgue Opening - may 11 2013

Discussion in 'USA - West Coast' started by Charles Carmichael, Feb 20, 2013.

  1. Really? Miscavige is coming out of hiding for this event? Babbitt may want to alert the local Sherrif if he wants Miscavige served for the Garcia lawsuit.
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  2. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Hrmm. I may have a conflict -- which would be a shame; I really look forward to getting the band back together.
  3. The Wrong Guy Member

    On Facebook this morning, Tony Ortega posted:

    On May 11, Scientology's newest "Ideal Org" will open in Portland, Oregon, and we have an internal e-mail that shows just how much effort is going into putting on a good show -- which makes us wonder, does David Miscavige really think anyone outside of the church really care about these events?

    Scientology Stakes Everything On Portland Like It Matters | The Underground Bunker
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  4. DeathHamster Member

    Street View of probable podium location if they have a street closure on Oak Street.

    Long range forecast shows rain on the 11th.
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  5. Foul weather swingcoats are advised.........
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  6. if the bad weather strikes the event would be postponed again why won't the use their OT powerx snd stop the rain Why not?
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  7. DeathHamster Member

    David Miscavige pulls out all the stops for the Portland Idle Org opening...
    However, even the hardest kool-aid drinkers figure out what's going on.


    They promise to come, but no, ha ha, not really.

    The turnout at the org looks like this:


    David Miscavige goes berserk!

    He orders heavy ethics on everybody!

    Everyone leaves.

    The End.
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  8. Random guy Member

    Such religious devotion!
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  9. TL;DR VERSION We need lots and lots munnay before we can open,

    can someone calculate their goal vs attending and "donating! scilons? I want to see many slaves they require to be present
    i've got a feeling they'd have muster flotilla sized drone fleets tp reach their goal.
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  10. jensting Member

    Well. I, for one, cannot thank our undercover operatives enough! Without this descent into unblinking fanaticism, there's no telling how long this group could have dragged on. As it is, they'll either be poor or sent through ethics (on their way to being poor) and the group will simply dwindle away.
    Nice work!
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  11. Bubbles Member

    Two words - "Beyond Desperate"

    It's obvious from the dispatch, that no one is coming. The word is out, and Austin Nichols knows it.

    Austin's worse nightmare is about to come true -

    Austin's time would be better spent figuring out an escape plan BEFORE going to the "non-event" in Portland on May 11th.

    The cult is running out of cash fast.
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  12. Random guy Member

    I think the main point of this e-mail might put some dampening on the enthusiasm to go to the event for the average cultist. If there ever was any doubt to begin with, it goes to show this cult is all about the money. I hope this get spread far and wide!

    Thanks to Rinder for bringing this one to Ortega and thus into wider circulation!
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  13. The Wrong Guy Member

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  14. Anonymous Member

    As of May 6th the Idle mOrg location had surveillance cameras installed. They are positioned two to each side, including the Pay To Park parking lot adjacent to the building. I am including pictures taken a day after the lrh birthday event where you can seen the drill holes for said cameras. I am also including a peek inside, it was taken while the curtains were up.

    I really do hope there is some merchants of chaos that can part take in all the wonderful entheata that this deranged cult deserves.

    Hopeful Portlander

    Fuck you Co$. Portland had zero need for your poisonous, brainwashing, sour, snake-oil, Kool Aid. I look forward to seeing the many smiling faces of the autonomous anonymous internet collective. Let us give them an 11th to remember.

    Attached Files:

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  15. can these security camd be monitored by a outside source or are they controlled by some local rebt-A-cop?

    dancing in front of those said cameras and enturbulating staff in the process doing so would be lulzy

    Why the hell DM is dragging out of his happy valley bunker just to attend this spesific event, it myst be important so enturbulation is needed on may 11th, I'd love to see the video of security freaking out when Anon comes crashing the clam partay.
  16. Anonymous Member

    a thought,
    list all the current lawsuits on sign (s) ?
    Maybe people standing next to each other with signs with the pending cases listed?
    here are some...
    Narconon - investigated for both insurance and credit card fraud
    Narconon- 10 lawsuits
    wrongful death and negliegence, several other pending lawsuits filed by former patients
    deaths were:
    Gabriel Graves, 32, of Claremore died Oct. 26, 2011; Hillary Holten, 21, of Carrollton, Texas, died April 11, 2012; and Stacy Murphy, 20, of Owasso died July 19, 2012.
    LAURA DESCRESCENZO - Forced Abortion Lawsuit
    The Garcias- suing to get their money back
    Investigated for Human Trafficking by the US Department of Homeland Security
    Narconon Georgia RAIDED BY THE POLICE
    I know there is more
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  17. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Conflict avoided. EFG mask dusted and ready. SEE YOU THERE, FAGGOTS.
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  18. RightOn Member

    has anyone checked the local papers for ads for "seat fillers" for this fail?
    Going to look a bit today
  19. DeathHamster Member

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  21. JohnnyRUClear Member


    A wild NEW CONFLICT appears. It's super effective!


    I hope some of you people have more agreeable situations than I do. *sigh*
  22. RightOn Member

    why yes, I checked the Oregonian and didn't find anyhting
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  23. DeathHamster Member
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  24. Anonymous Member

    So.... Who is going 2morrow?
  25. Triumph Member

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  26. DeathHamster Member

    Comparing Google Streetview with the picture above, they definitely smacked a whole bunch of branches off of those trees.

    Say, who owns those trees, and did they get a permit?

    (Cosmic justice if one of those trees drops a widowmaker on the podium.)
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  27. RightOn Member

    wow that's an awful giant building for 10 scientologists
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  29. RightOn Member

    They are across from the Silverado gay bar?
    Dear Scientology,
    no, Portland does not want you to audit the gay out of it's residents. Go away
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  30. DeathHamster Member

    So this is the area where they're going to fit thousands of Scientologists? Riiiight.

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  31. RightOn Member

    well, you know how Scientologists say that their "space got so much larger?" or some moonbat shit like that?
    Maybe that is what they are hoping for. And it looks like they will be postulating those 1000's.
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  32. The Wrong Guy Member

    Countdown to Portland: Scientology Planning a Rager Saturday | The Underground Bunker

    Scientology leader David Miscavige began opening “Ideal Orgs” about a decade ago. In each case, local church members are pressured to raise huge amounts of money to replace perfectly adequate church facilities with much larger, more elaborate palaces that tend to stand empty. It’s a controversial plan that has exacerbated splits in the church membership — there’s lots of evidence that founder L. Ron Hubbard actually preferred more modest facilities and always stressed the need for new members, not new buildings.

    But for whatever reason, Miscavige has banked the future of the church on his Ideal program, and seems to think tomorrow’s grand opening in Portland is the most important one yet. We’ve been marveling recently at the effort going into tomorrow’s big show, and we have some more updates for those thinking of stopping by for a gander.

    Continued at
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  33. moarxenu Member

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  34. Mr. Magoo Member

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  35. FLCL0303 Member

    A hand full of OG chanologist protesters are meeting up at the umbrella man at Pioneer Square at 11am. Right now I can confirm 5 of us, but I'm trying to get a hold of others right now.
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  36. Anonymous Member

    Starts at 1pm was told to show up by 12:30pm on the 11th.
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  37. Chipshotz Member

    Love down voting scibots.
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  38. Anonymous Member

    Is there anyone here from Seattle going down?
  39. Anonymous Member

    My lol bold from link:

    The first thought I had about this big production is that it might be related to Scientology's practice of setting up the "Ideal Orgs" that former Village Voice editor Tony Ortega has written about:
    As [Scientology leader David] Miscavige has pushed his followers to raise money in extreme quantities to buy up these large buildings and renovate them, there's been a real question about their purpose. Church membership itself hasn't been growing, and the Ideal Orgs are replacing smaller facilities that weren't out of space.
    That info seems to match with Portland's previous, far more humble Scientology offices, which were always sparsely populated whenever I'd walk by. But back to Ortega: While he notes that openings of such buildings come only after "local Scientologists... are encouraged to mortgage their homes and max out their credit cards in donations so the church can buy a historic property in their area that needs renovation," Scientology's PR department focuses on the dramatic impact those buildings can have—particularly their grand openings, which "are attended by thousands of parishioners, guests and dignitaries from across the social spectrum."

    Which leads to something else interesting, this time from Ortega's dedicated Scientology site: A recent story headlined "Scientology is Staking Everything On Portland Like It Actually Matters." That post takes a look at information gathered by former Scientology spokesman Mike Rinder, with particular interest paid to this Portland-centric flyer that calls Portland "The First Scientology City.
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  40. I will be there as well. not an original by any means (just moved here)...but I hate those fuckers a ton!

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