'Church of Scientology Using Riot Aftermath To Recruit Members'

Discussion in 'Media' started by Anonymous, Aug 10, 2011.

  1. Anonymous Member

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  3. Anonymous Member

    Make sure you bring audio recordings and printed flyers that have LRH's own racist comedy and his attitude to black Africans "whassa matter wid you hat" that kind of thing.

    Be sure to explain to any victims that the scientologists are currently awaiting trial for organised child abuse rings in Australia, and that scientologists have also been very recently involved in terrorist activities in Israel.

    Also tell them about John Travolta's son and the way that scientologists do not permit children access to medication, particularly in the field of mental health, because LRH himself was utterly crazy to the point he sent begging letters to the US Navy pleading with them to send a psychologist to his aid.
    They refused. He went crazy and this psychotic sci-fi cult, this bullshit tax-free Miscavige owned scam that can pay $9 million to Wollersheim to stop him handing documents to a federal judge but cannot feed their 10,000 worldwide members basic food rations, this dumb fairy tale and the touch assists that help nobody. There is no org in Brixton, London, is there?
    Where are these volunteer clams usually based? Are they from Stain Hill? Not many left that didn't blow the cult already.
  4. Anonymous Member

    know what you're talking about. A lot of that ^ is inaccurate.
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  5. SeenTheLight Member


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  6. Herro Member

    Incredibly misleading. A scientologist in Australia is awaiting trial over allegations that she coached a child to lie about sexual abuse. That is entirely different from "organized child abuse rings."

    Now you've crossed the line from being misleading to just flat out lying. I assume you're referring to the recent arrest of the attorney in Israel. There is no evidence that Scientology had anything to do with the crimes of which that attorney has been accused.

    I hope you're not out there spreading such lies and misleading information, because it serves nobody.
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  7. WhiteNight Member

    What fags.

    Go get em in Brixton lads. Not seen any at the clean ups in my area but I'm keeping my V mask and a little waterpistol handy. Nothing irritates them more than when they get their leaflets wet. Immature? Yes, but oh so much fun.
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  8. Sponge Member

    "Zoooomg, Idle Morgues, because we care, soooooo much"...... oh wait.....



    Something can be done about it! Eventually. Maybe. Maybe not.
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  9. Anonymous Member

    Vulture ministers expected in Brixton this morning
    Any sightings anywhere report them here - anyone available for London or Birmingham miniraid response team?
  10. RolandRB Member

    No, it is like being poked by a chimpanzee.
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  11. Sponge Member

    Repost of an old shoop:

    If anyone is thinking of making a sign/poster, here's a higher resolution version of the above:
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  12. Anonymous Member

    Will be following this one with interest, I know people in Brixton who although nothing to do with Anonymous won't take too kindly to Scientologists recruiting there.

    At least one of the places they've been spotted in Brixton in the past is outside Foot Locker which was burnt out during the riots and as far as I know is still taped off by the police, meaning the only two places I can think of is right opposite the tube station (between Morleys and Body Shop - both of which received damage) or heading towards Croydon slightly on the corner by KFC - which is known universally as where to get drugs (I was personally approached by a dealer on a saturday afternoon whilst waiting for the bus asking if I wanted any skunk). That area is often taken up either by one of the local church groups, or Socialist Worker/some other wierd lefty group exploiting the trouble for their own political gain).

    I know, from a previous Brixton protest, that they managed to sell absolutely zero books. As an area, it's not that well off, and I'm sure most people would rather spend their last few pounds on food (or drugs/alcohol) than Dianetics.

    Given the abuse that chuggers/preachers/lefties/crusties get otherwise in Brixton, if the scifags are stupid enough to go to Brixton today, with tensions still running high around the area, I think they would be really quite stupid and potentially putting themselves in unnecessary danger by going there - and their OT powers won't do shit about it.
  13. CarterUSP Member

    That's not how to spell 'immortal'. Maybe the scilons need to improve on their literacy because teh study tech isn't working.
  14. Wish I could; sadly, I have to work.

    Anyone who goes, go well.
  15. basil Member

    Just seen a post on a London forum that was posted a few minutes ago by a long term user of the forum.

    "perky girls handing out ways to happiness booklets on brixton high street"
  16. RolandRB Member

    This Ideal Org is already open, in a sense. :)

    I can see birds "flocking in" to that Ideal Org but not people.
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  17. Anonymous Member

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  19. Anonymous Member

    Happily, the leaflet is written in the kind of gibberish which makes the cult look particularly nutty.

  20. Anonymous Member

    This is an interesting para:

    There's a press story here for anyone who wants it - "Psychiatrists to blame for riots, says Scientology cult".
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  21. Anonymous Member

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  22. Anonymous Member

    True. It's a nice contemporary example of that though. I'm getting a bit bored of the old "Scientologists say Psychiatrists caused the holocaust" line.
  23. Anonymous Member

    What if you do want to continue living in a world like this?

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  24. Anon PTS Member

    Tony Ortega has the exploitation story on now, under the heading "Scientology Sees Fundraising Gold in the UK Riots: "We Have a Strategy"
  25. xenubarb Member

    No, actually a lot of them believe in the tech and truly think they're "helping" with the touch assists and TWTH handouts. Behind that, of course, is a dump load of pressure to contribute; to order booklets (with just enough added on to make a profit for the "church") and donations advertised as money to send VMs to the area.

    Does it help? We know better.
    Do they think they're helping? Absolutely.
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  27. xenubarb Member

    Brixton Boys do it with hammers. Or so I've heard.
  28. Trotter Moderator

    Yeah, but I think that leaflet was intended for Scientologists, not the general public. I'm sure they're handing out something different on the streets.
  29. Anonymous Member

    darn. well perhaps we should take it upon ourselves to forward their nutty fundraising to the press.
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  30. anonamus Member

    They have been trained to 'help', but the only way the VM's and the 'church' consider true help, is to get them into the fold.
    So it all comes down to how you define help IMO.
    But okay, the vm's think they help by luring them into scn.
    I rest my case.
  31. RolandRB Member

    If I had the choice between rioters, looters and muggers hiding in dark corners or my Church calling me in for an Ethics interrogation and then three people hard-regging me for every penny I could borrow, after already taking everything that I have, then, well, I'd opt for the first.

    New picket sign aimed at staff and Scn public - "What's Worse - Being Mugged or Regged?"
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  32. Anonymous Member

    Muggers presumably only take the money you have on you.
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  33. Orson Member

    Way to Happiness brochures.
  34. RolandRB Member

    In London, they take credit cards and bank cards and march you down to the cash machine with a knife in their hands or get their mate to go and keep in contact using their stolen mobile phones and knife you if the pin number is wrong.
  35. RolandRB Member

    They have been "trained" using "Big League Sales Closing Techniques" by Les Dane.
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  36. AnotherSock Member

    Scientology won't change the nature of the world for the better... it just causes you to stop living. Stacy Moxon tech FTW!
  37. RolandRB Member

    When I was a kid and during the summer holidays I spent most of the time on the beach and swimming then there was a "Weymouth Sands Mission" there where they brainwashed the kids including me. We used to be made to sing....

    "Trust and Obey,
    For There's no Other Way,
    To be Happy in Jesus,
    But to Trust and Obey".

    Now, for a start, this gives you an insight into my bitter and twisted mind. But more than that, it explains how the public and staff carry on with Scientology. They are holding that idea in their minds (replace "Jesus" with "the Church") and that is what sustains them. If you want to strike against that then undermine this view that props them up. A sign like "What's Worse - Being Mugged or Being Regged?" might start to crumble this unthinking trust and get them out.
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  38. Anonymous Member

    Good thought.

    There is an atm right outside of our org. I remember seeing the registrar march a dude out-never mind that we were there filming. He was so concentrated on getting that money-marched the dude out and stood there with him, making him get the money.
  39. RolandRB Member

    Then he was mugged - no difference !!
  40. Anonymous Member

    There are nasty stories of victims of this sort of crime being tortured as they wait for confirmation of the pin number.

    Also, because you're dealing with crack users, if the pin does work, the guy sent to the cash machine might keep the cash and tell his accomplice the pin number was wrong. Nothing to lose.

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