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"Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Anonymous, Jul 25, 2010.

  1. Anonymous Member

    "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    http://www.thefoundingchurch.org/?cat=3
  2. anoninoob Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    I fix.

    "We're not loseing, we're winning. Down stats mean up stats, low numbers mean high numbers. We're wining so work harder."

    Delusional cult is delusional.
  3. Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    less = more?
  4. Anonymous Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    Anonsparrow's videos are proof that their methods do not work. Or maybe the Scilons are doing it wrong.
  5. Hombre Moderator Skandinaviska

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    Saw this before. Read the example conversations. They don't make sense. A real conversation does not go like that. In fact, let me demonstrate:


    Scilon imaginary conversation:

    Public: It said Dianetics cures all illnesses.
    Bookseller: That’s not true, it alleviates psychosomatic illnesses.
    Public: Huh?
    Bookseller: Clears away pain and discomfort caused by the mind. Sound like something you would desire?
    Public: Sure!


    Real conversation:

    Public: It said Dianetics cures all illnesses.
    Bookseller: That’s not true, it alleviates psychosomatic illnesses.
    Public: Huh?
    Bookseller: Clears away pain and discomfort caused by the mind. Sound like something you would desire?
    Public: A book does that? Yeah, I'm not buying it.



    Scilon imaginary conversation:

    Selectee: I saw a strange TV news show about Scientology.
    FSM: Heard about that too. Helping others does not seem like the media’s priority, does it?
    Selectee: I guess not.
    FSM: You do wan’t to go Clear don’t you?
    Selectee: Of course!


    real conversation:

    Selectee: I saw a strange TV news show about Scientology.
    FSM: Heard about that too. Helping others does not seem like the media’s priority, does it?
    Selectee: What are you talking about? It was about weird things that go on in here, not helping people. And I was just worried about some of the stuff I heard...
    FSM: You do wan’t to go Clear don’t you?
    Selectee: yeeeaaah, I'm gonna leave...


    Scilon imaginary conversation:

    Cynic: Scientology! I know all about it. Saw it on the news.
    Scientologist: You ever get unwanted thoughts or unwanted emotional reactions?.
    Cynic: Everybody gets those.
    Scientologist: You get ‘em?
    Cynic: Sure, everybody does.
    Scientologist: Scientology technology helps to eradicate them.
    Cynic: Maybe for others but not for me.
    Scientologist: All right. (end of conversation)


    real conversation:

    Cynic: Scientology! I know all about it. Saw it on the news.
    Scientologist: You ever get unwanted thoughts or unwanted emotional reactions?.
    Cynic: What has that got to do with... alright, I'll just answer. Yes, everybody gets those.
    Scientologist: You get ‘em?
    Cynic: As I said, everybody does.
    Scientologist: Scientology technology helps to eradicate them.
    Cynic: Oh you're so full of shit.
  6. Anonymous Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    "Scientology as a whole" is winning. Interesting. Because $cilons sure as fuck don't see $cientology winning in THEIR area, they're supposed to think that they're the exception because "as a whole", they're doing just super! LOL
    The Nazis did a better job lying to their troops and their civilians when the Russians were about to kick their asses.
  7. urbanhawk Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    Wait so now they have “Otherwise skip it” tech?

    We must now try out this new tech on the ultimate squirrel, David Miscavige.
  8. the anti Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    HA! HAHA! HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

    Cynic: Scientology? I know all about it. Saw it on the news, and in photos, video, a number of other reports and stories both old and recent, first hand accounts, court documents, and my own personal experiences of crap the cult has done
    Scientologist: You're a bigot!

    I like how they use this as an excuse, if they really care about destroying something whose goal is to help people in need, then when do they leave red cross alone? or unicef? or local emergency services?

    no, the shear number of stories and other proven evidence is overwhelming scientology is nothing but lies, fraud, and a scam only out to take your money and over every aspect of your life.
  9. BLiP Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    Public: It said Dianetics cures all illnesses.
    Bookseller: That’s not true, it alleviates psychosomatic illnesses.
    Public: Huh?
    Bookseller: Clears away pain and discomfort caused by the mind. Sound like something you would desire?
    Public: you are aware that making unsubstantiated medical claims is illegal, aren't you?
  10. AnonEZ Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    Is there a reason we are called squirrels?
  11. urbanhawk Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    It's because they think that we are nuts.

    Now in all seriousness a Squirrel is a person who subverts Hubbard's "Tech" via alteration and is also sometimes used to refer to someone who is too insane to follow Standard Tech. From that i can only see one reasion as to why they would refer to us as squirrels which would be because we do not use or follow their "tech" and also because we activly try to destroy it.
  12. the anti Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    well from what i know of the animal

    this is true, squirrel can spread disease, after all they are rodents.

    squirrels don't have a desire to destroy anything, they might do so but it's only for the reason of finding food and trying to survive

    now i would say we are more like cats, we spot our prey and strike at the neck. slowly suffocating it as it dies, then we eat. Cats are rather independent animals but when they need to they can work together

  13. Anonymous Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    Don't forget that cats are one of the few animals which will kill for the fun of it even if they are not hungry. I'd say that also represents us quite well.
  14. Bipolart Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    "...expands his or her sphere of influence and responsibility in the face of threatened survival."

    Oh yeah. It's not a threat, Scientology. It's a promise.
  15. the anti Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    and still be highly adorable and loved by all

    tumblr_l5l3d9UdMx1qzex9io1_500.gif

    edit: note, i nor anyone else on this board approve of murder, so don't even try OSA
  16. Scatman Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    Hubbard liked "squirrel" as a dehumanizing term. He used it frequently in his brainwash policies and technical bulletins. BTW, I have yet to hear anyone who screams about scientology except a few hardcore members, like Tommy Davis.
  17. Anonymous Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    or tom tom cruise
  18. Anonymous Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    I wouldn't say it would be murder if it is cross spiecies killing. I mean if a bear were to break into my house in the middle of the night and kill me it wouldn't be seen as a murder at all. Besides kittens are so adorable when they kill other little innocent creatures. <3
  19. AnonyVix Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    Scientology is winning and because of that we need even more money!! ^^
  20. Hombre Moderator Skandinaviska

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    unless kittens do it.
  21. Anonymous Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    Death by Kitteh
  22. Anonymous Member

    Re: "Signs of Success" - The Founding Church of Scientology, Washington, DC

    Public: It said Dianetics cures all illnesses.
    Bookseller: That’s not true, it alleviates psychosomatic illnesses.
    Public: Huh?
    Bookseller: Clears away pain and discomfort caused by the mind. Sound like something you would desire?
    Public: Pain and discomfort caused by my fist. Sound like something you would desire?

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