BFG Book II - "The Greatest Good"

Discussion in 'Marc Headley v. Church of Scientology Internationa' started by blownforgood, Sep 12, 2012.


What format would you most likely get a book in?

Hardback 23 vote(s) 26.7%
Paperback 26 vote(s) 30.2%
Kindle / E-format 30 vote(s) 34.9%
torrent - pirate copy 7 vote(s) 8.1%
  1. AnyOldName Member

    Much as I might want to know, the pain it might cause the innocents trumps my curiosity. It's really not Conner's or Isabella's fault. Yeah, they may have gotten extraordinary wealth as a result, but they didn't ask for it or have any say in the matter. Hopefully, their stupid fuck father will have the sense to give them the facts before they hear from someone else.

    Hai OSA - let Lil Tommy know' before someone else tells the kids. It's all on you. You know. If you don't reveal the truth, it"s RFP time for you when the shit hits!
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  2. Anonymous Member

    I have been trying to wrap my ahead around "Sea Org babies that he got as part of a special deal"
    Now THAT really peaked my curiosity, more then who his kid's parents are.
    "Deal"? I have to wonder if the adoption was actually legal? Why was there a deal needed in the first place?
    Or was it that Cruise just needed an immediate family to go along with the fairy tale mariage to Nicole and there just happened to be two Sea Org babies at the right place at the right moment. After all, you can't have babies in the Sea org! So Tom knows ALL about this rule and is ok with it?

    And further more, wouldn't Nicole Kidman know all the details? Or was she totally kept in the dark about where these babies came from? Kind of hard to believe someone with that much money would willy nilly adopt Sea Org babies without knowing all the details behind it? Whether she was married to Cruise or not.
    Her silence really annoys me. Is her silenceonly to protect her adopted children? Herself? both? Did she sign legal agreements fir her silence?
    It's bound to come out at some point.
    and when it does... wow!
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  3. Anonymous Member

    Please speak my language properly.

    Scientologists care not about what we say is legal. They tend to do as they please. Look at Rex Fowler.
  4. Anonymous Member

    yes, but Fowler wasn't famous.
    Cruise being involved in this mess is HUGE. Nobody knew or cared about Fowler.
  5. Anonymous Member

    It's not huge, unless one is Paris Hilton. Do you live in the world of supermarket-checkout tabloids?

    If Cruise offs someone, THAT'S huge. Cruise adopted some kids no one wanted? That makes him a good guy.

    As I said before: 4/10.
  6. Anonymous Member

    I do not live in the supermaket-checkout tabloids, but sadly many people do, so I have to disagree concerning the popularity that this story may generate.
    It's all the way they spin in. Cruise adopting babies because they are not allowed in the Sea Org and if it was " part of a deal" can be a very juicy story. Besides the obvious and more exposure of the Sea Org.
    AND it's his "religion". They can also ask "Does Tom Cruise support the hard life and rules of the Sea Org"?
  7. Anonymous Member

    And nobody (for those who ever did) cares about Paris Hilton any more
  8. Anonymous Member

    and sorry for the Cruise derail
    back to the book!
  9. Anonymous Member

    Eric knows that Marc is a nice guy. They were friends! It's all a matter of the ethical and moral stand that Eric took in the Marc situation. Some people say "I won't do certain things, because this is immoral, no matter what you do to me", while others succumb to the blackmailing pressure. Eric decided to give in and let OSA use him as an evil anti-Headley puppet.
  10. jensting Member

    .. and using him as a sock-puppet also makes him persona non grata among the more short-sighted ex-clams (well, for longer than would be necessary), killing two birds with one stone for OSA. Or so they think.
  11. The Wrong Guy Member

    Please Welcome Our Newest Reader! « The Underground Bunker

    The Underground Bunker is pleased to announce the birth of Grayson Pierce Headley, who entered the world at 10:50 this morning at 8 pounds, 15.9 ounces.

    This makes three boys for Marc and Claire Headley, who were finally able to start a family after they left Scientology’s Sea Org in 2005.

    Marc assures us it was not a silent birth.

    Says Claire: “I’d like to see L. Ron Hubbard give birth silently.”

    More, and open comments, at
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  12. Anonymous Member

    Beautiful baby! Congratulations to all the Headleys!

    Also wishing that LRH, should he be reincarnated, come back as a woman and be forced to have a silent birth.
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  13. fishypants Moderator

    Quite cute for a newborn.

    Usually they look like weird aliens (maybe that's just our family).

    Big congrats to the Headleys! Another child NOT growing up in Scientology. :)
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  14. RightOn Member

    Congrats Guys! Almost 9 pounds! YOUCH Claire!
    Look at that head of hair!
    Just wonderful news
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  15. FreakE420 Member

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  16. RightOn Member

    Freak!!! love it
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  17. Handsome baby! (the top one, not the shoop!:p)

    Congratulations to the Headleys!
  18. RightOn Member

    you know what that means?
    get your minds outta the gutter...
    I meant basketball
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  19. The Wrong Guy Member

    Tony has added some updates to his article. Here's one of them:

    And here’s Sweeney, toasting Grayson!


    As he says in our comments, “You’re allowed to wet the head a number of ways: I chose not beer but gin and tonic. Grayson struck me as a classy drinker. If I’m wrong, I’ll wet his head with beer tomorrow night.”

    There's more at
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  20. The Wrong Guy Member

    In the comments section on Tony Ortega's blog today, Marc made an interesting observation:

    Marc Headley

    8 hours ago

    I don't think the scilons realize that every hate site they set up just ends up selling more ex-scilon books.

    I have outsold Dianetics every single week since November 2009 and I truly attribute [that] to their constant promotion.

    I would also take it as a badge of honor. Here is this belief system that supposedly has millions and millions of followers. They have so many people that they need to make sure that none of those millions get mixed up with 20 or so people! That is very telling.

    Of course we all know that the few thousand books I sell each year are mainly Scientology folks looking for answers, and the flock gets smaller and smaller each year.
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  21. Quentinanon Member

    Says Claire: “I’d like to see L. Ron Hubbard give birth silently.”

    He might have found a way to do that with a fifth of Jameson's.
    Seriously, Hubbard was a pussy when it came to pain. After stupidly riding a motorcycle by himself in his 60's, he wiped out on an oil slick, fractured some ribs and a shoulder, and was nasty and violent with his staff for several months while he healed. He refused to go into the hospital because he was paranoid of "wog doctors", so he settled for non-professional care from those who put up with his physical and psychological abuses.
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  24. The Internet Member

    Ooo. That's a juicy article. I especially liked these bits:

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  25. Quentinanon Member

    In the scientology crime syndicate, the term "confidential" has a meaning that greatly changes depending on context. And "looking it up in the dictionary" means nothing.
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  26. Anonymous Member

    Tom Cruise is one cold SOB. Truely scientologies celeb elite. I can see how and why David Miscavige is his best friend.:mad::confused:
  27. Anonymous Member

    Gosh! I'm so shocked!

    Shocked that the great humanitarian fraudster, L. Ron Hubbard, readily projected all of his pain onto all of those around him, inflicting rage and violence on members of his adoring flock.


    Of interest is the refusal to seek qualified medical assistance for the injuries. If he did that it would have violated the terms of the holy church scripture that he was crafting for his adoring flock.

    Of late, I've been studying the case of Richard Kuklinski, and have decided that Richard is one of the most interesting psychopaths that ever lived.

    But with respect to LRH --- L. Ron Hubbard is the most boring, tiresome and idiotic psychopath I have ever encountered. (Also the most dangerous).

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  28. BlackRob Member

    So what's up with the book? :)
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  29. Anonylemmi Member

    ^ What BlackRob said. :)
  30. wolfbane Member

    From a recent blog comment BFG made yesterday:

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  31. The Wrong Guy Member

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  32. Fuckin awful!!! Can't believe I was part of Sci
  33. Anonymous Member

    And it's much worse than even you think.
  34. I was there
  35. Anonymous Member

    You were in Wally Hanks presence?
  36. I kno. I was born in
  37. No. I wasn't in Wally's presence but was a member until 3 years ago. Myself and others were punished like that. Left quitly 3 years ago
  38. I know Eric and Marc well. Grew up with them. Still close to one of them
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