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The Sun attends David Miscavige's Saint Hill speech

Discussion in 'Media' started by The Wrong Guy, Oct 22, 2012.

  1. DeathHamster Member

    Silly cult leader! Get a camping mug with a cover that rotates to close. Keeps the little flies out, and water scotch and ice cubes will stay chill for hours! Not sure about the poison thing, maybe install a padlock?

    I recommend:
    http://www.mec.ca/AST/ShopMEC/HikingCamping/CookwareUtensils/PRD~5002-345/mec-sea-to-sky-mug.jsp
  2. Anonymous Member

    Everything you know is a lie. Everyone has a secret agenda. Everywhere the conspiracy spreads.
  3. Anonymous Member

    Look, the people you are after are the people you depend on: we cook your meals, we haul your trash, we connect your calls, we drive your ambulances, we guard you while you sleep. Do not fuck with us.
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  4. Anonymous Member

    Hey David Miscavige: you're surrounded by SPs and DBs. Time to give up.
  5. Jeff Jacobsen Member

    when I took the Gold Base tour the 2nd time there were glasses of water in the waiting room. they had cellophane over them. I assumed it was because there was a cattle feed lot across the road so there were lots of flies around. My guess is that DM one day took a nice swig of water and got a little protein with it. From then on, cover the water.

    Also, DM is probably gonna think that from now on everything he says might wind up in a newspaper :)
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  6. Anonymous Member

    How many undersized Polacks does it take to run Scientology?
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  7. The Wrong Guy Member

    Here is the cult's press release in its entirety. There is no mention of Tom Cruise, John Travolta, Kirstie Alley, Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, or Stacy Francis, but Chill E.B. was there.

    16th Annual Church of Scientology Charity Concert - Raises £50,000 To Aid Royal National Lifeboat Institution | Cision Wire

    Sunday October 21st, an audience of over 1,500, including mayors, dignitaries and other special guests, attended a musical spectacular hosted by the Church of Scientology at Saint Hill Manor. The Royal National Lifeboat Institution, a charitable institution founded in 1824 to save lives at sea, was the beneficiary of this 16th annual Gala Charity Concert staged in the Grand Marquee — one of the largest marquees in Europe.

    Mistress of Ceremonies Marisol Nichols, a star from Fox Television's drama series "24", introduced an audience from around the world to a wide spectrum of music. They were treated to top class acts, from award-winning Gospel singer Jesse Stevenson and Italian Queen of Jazz Elena Roggero to rapper Chill E.B. Special guest Rebecca Grant, singer and actress known for playing Nurse Daisha Anderson in "Holby City", joined The Jive Acres — the UK's top jive band — for two of their high octane numbers.

    Over the 16 years that the Saint Hill Gala Charity Concert has been taking place, numerous and varied charities have been supported — from the Sussex Air Ambulance and RSPCA, to the National Drug Prevention Alliance and the Bluebell Railway Trust. The concert follows the tradition initiated by L. Ron Hubbard in the 1960's when Saint Hill Manor was his home and he supported many of the local charities.

    Speaking on behalf of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, Mr. Peter Tarrant said he was overwhelmed with the cheque for £50,000, which he received on stage from Ms Marianne Rowell of the Church of Scientology. He said this will fund the Lifeboat Crew Room at the brand new Lifeboat Station in Cowes, Isle of Wight.

    Mr Tarrant expressed his gratitude to the L. Ron Hubbard Foundation and the Church of Scientology and all who made the concert possible. He said, "This enormous contribution will mean so much to our life-saving activities. I also love the special connection with Master Mariner L. Ron Hubbard who supported the RNLI when he lived at Saint Hill Manor."

    The Scientology religion was founded by author and philosopher L. Ron Hubbard. The first Scientology organization was formed in the United States in 1952 and the religion has expanded to more than 10,000 Organizations, Missions and affiliated groups, with millions of members in 167 countries.

    CSI Media Service
    Liz Ostermann
    +44 1342 326 711 or +44 7535 169 303
    mediarelations@churchofscientology.net

    Source: www.cisionwire.com/church-of-scientology-international/r/16th-annual-church-of-scientology-charity-concert---raises--50-000--to-aid-royal-national-lifeboat-i,c9323388

    Search: www.google.com/search?q=Scientology+Marisol+Nichols

    Search: www.google.com/search?q=Scientology+Jesse+Stevenson

    Search: www.google.com/search?q=Scientology+Elena+Roggero

    Search: www.google.com/search?q=Scientology+Rebecca+Grant
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  8. Anonymous Member

    Sippy cups are win.
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  9. RightOn Member

    "Speaking on behalf of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, Mr. Peter Tarrant said he was overwhelmed with the cheque for £50,000, which he received on stage from Ms Marianne Rowell of the Church of Scientology. He said this will fund the Lifeboat Crew Room at the brand new Lifeboat Station in Cowes, Isle of Wight."

    may want to look into this one.
    They don't do anything unless they get something back down the line
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  10. Anonymous Member

    There is no reason why someone would know who these people are. I, myself, have NFI.
    What is this, the "Z" list?
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  11. Anonymous Member

    That's absolutely right. They have to have something in return for that money, otherwise it is considered "out-exchange", or unbalanced. Scientology has no idea what charity is, unless they are receiving it.
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  13. RightOn Member

  14. Another variation on that is the "All religions and organizations have abused their members at one time or another. That's life. Get used to it and don't single out Scientology." comment. I have always wondered about those people.
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  18. :).

    Thanks Amy and her camera man.
    Chanologys wins continue.
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  19. RightOn Member


    they (the lifeboat station) has a lot of kids training,courses and acitvities, I wonder if COS is going to try to sneak in that way?
    offer a "drug talk" or try to get TWTH or applied scholastics in there somewhere?
  20. RightOn Member

    Amy has a steel vagina
    or ovaries....
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  21. Anonymous Member

    Isn't saying,"It was the psychs!" just racist code for, "It was the Jews!"?
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  22. Aurora Member

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  23. Anonymous Member

    This puts little Davey right up there with the also diminutive and crazy Iranian Pres Almondinajar.
  24. Anonymous Member

    123,000 in Old St. Hill's backyard? Where are the other 8-12 million hiding out?
  25. Anonymous Member

    yes. - and dox / testimonials from people who were once very indoctrinated and under the glowy spell of scientology looking so pretty from the outside have later admitted that that belief runs deep.
    unpleasant subject , but yeah. long ago aaron saxton talked candidly about it in one of his videos which have since been all taken down.
  26. Anonymous Member

    And, who knows, someone could forward that information to anybody who might be bored and into federal tax codes.
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  27. Anonymous Member

    The 2001 UK Census recorded 1,839.
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  30. Missfit Member

    Have any of you been to the CCHR psych museum in LA? Now that's a hilarious, sick, twisted trip down the Holocaust road...I literally couldn't believe the audacity they had to try and scare the shit out of people at that place. You can see it online though it's truly the worst waste of time and on a $ci site.
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  31. Anonymous Member

    Scientology, IAS & CCHR on Pychiatry, US Government and Mind Control

    brochure for event last year

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    PSYCHIATRY,
    THE US GOVERNMENT
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    IAS Freedom Medal Winner
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    President of CCHR Texas

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    The Foremost Authority of
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    Saturday November 12th, 6 p.m.
    At the Church of Scientology Dallas
    451 Decker Drive, Irving, TX 75062
    $50.00 Tickets
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    Call 800-572-2905 or 214-524-5300
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    ©2011 CSD. All Rights Reserved. SCIENTOLOGY is a trademark and service mark owned by Religious
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    Citizens Commission on Human Rights and is used with permission. Programmed in USA.

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  32. The Wrong Guy Member

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  33. Anonymous Member

    Oh the irony!

    If the CCHR want to look at mind control- they just need to look at the whole of Scientology and see that Hubbard based the entire bridge on psychological manipulation. PTS/SP is a revision of Korean mind control, "ethics" is just a variation on Communist mind control.
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  34. BTW this article was the centre page spread in yesterdays "real" paper. The virtual article does not give you an idea of how great this was to see.

    Did someone put three 0's on the end of that UK figure of Scientologists by mistake?
    123 hardcore UK Scientologists is about right

    They really should be buying their own Lifeboat, gonna need one soon, and that one is just way too big for all of them!
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  35. Anonymous Member

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  36. Anonymous Member

    Brilliant. Let's see it.
    Or post tits.
  37. Tourniquet Member

    Go into an asylum or a prison and look at the increasing institutional population and know what you are looking at. In the main, these are pain and sex addicts, decadent and degraded and no longer capable. They were sent on that route down through the ages by the psychs and here they are still in the psychs' hands! And do they get well or go straight? Oh no. Whether in prisons or insane asylums they just get worse. And the psychs in both places rub their bloodied hands as they turn their products loose again upon the remaining population! It's no accident. And the stocks-in-trade of psychs are PAIN and SEX. They will even tell you it's "natural" to steal!

    To compound their felony-if that is possible-they tell you it's the body doing it. Another crashing big false datum on top of all their other lies.

    [Excerpt from HCOB 26 Aug 82 Pain and Sex by L. Ron Hubbard]

    http://carolineletkeman.org/sp/index.php?Itemid=202&id=226&option=com_content&task=view
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  38. Sorry, but no tits, TC couldn't make it!
  39. Anonymous Member

    Fine, but then you have to post the docs.
  40. WTF are you on about?, page 1 of this thread shows the online article and Deathhamster above has posted the hard copy of the paper article. I was just pointing out that that is the centre page spread.

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