Co$ Running out of CASH? MASS RAIDS???

Discussion in 'Scientology and Anonymous' started by Diablo, Feb 12, 2011.


Would mass raids further damage the $ intake of the Co$?

Yes 65 vote(s) 73.0%
No 5 vote(s) 5.6%
Leaving now for flash raid! 19 vote(s) 21.3%
  1. Diablo Member

    I have to think that with the worldwide attention on the negative stories, government inquiries, exodus of prominent members and the manical rants of their "spokesman" on national television that the Co$ is experiencing a huge vacuum of cash flow that typically would be free flowing from unknowing victims. Co$ is spending a ton of $ to discredit anyone shining a light on their bullshit so they are burning it at both ends. The crashing of the org's and stalled openings of new "ideal orgs" due to cash crunch and investigation of private inurement by the fucking midget (DM or COB so OSA is clear) has to be wearing thin on the management ranks.

    Think about it, DM is probably a lunatic right now trying to keep control, fight fires, spanking Tommy Davis for his dumb shit comments (like if hubbard didn't use dianetics to heal himself from a war wound then the whole church is a fraud), dodging process servers AND sucking tom cruise's asshole so he doesn't leave. In addition, he has to look over his shoulder every time he hits someone so there aren't witnesses that come forward at a later time (kinda like what is happening now).

    I truly believe that a big push could tip this over the edge...suggestions? Mass raid's to show the new truth's exposed about hubbard...NOT A WAR HERO!!!! HE IS A FUCKTARD who convinced people to believe in this UFO bullshit for $$$$$$!!!!!!

    Tommy Davis in his recent press release regarding the New Yorker article suggested everyone come in to their church, since the doors are always open to take your $, and find out the truth. GREAT, let's take the proof directly to them!

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  2. Anonymous Member

    how do you know DM is sucking tom's asshole?
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  3. Diablo Member

  4. exOT8Michael Member

    Just DM's personal custom stereo theaters world-wide are sufficient to prove unlawful inurement.
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  5. DeathHamster Member

    I'm sure that they spent at least as much as a major Idle Org on their printing and fabrication plant in LA, and they didn't even buy that building.

    The big question: is how large are the reserves and are they being tapped for the Idle Org campaign? (Or is it being fueled by sucking rich publics dry?)
  6. Make donating to Scientology shit a No No in upper celeb cirkles
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  7. i know with the dallas ideal org they got most of the money from donations but when a deadline came up and they didnt have enough to buy it before someone else did the ias steped in and paid the rest of it
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  8. Anonymous Member

    IAS has to be seeing these news stories, like haggis did, and wondering what hell is going on inside and should we continue to support a cause where the leadership appears to be unhinged!
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  9. Anonymous Member

    how much do IAS members give per year on average???
  10. Scatman Member

    Bear in mind that IAS personnel are sea org members who have been required to take the "External Influences Course", so they may ignore newspaper and magazine articles, don't watch tv, don't listen to the radio and don't do internet. Think con artists who walk around in a selectively gullible mental state.
    I do think that continuing raids, great and small, will have an erosive effect on scientology morgues, as it has in the past.
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  11. Xenu Is Lord Member

    Lets not forget the Evil Midget said he handled Anonymous, any activity will be hard to explain and the larger the protest the harder it gets. I love to say DM pulled it in.
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  12. adhocrat Member

    That's a new one on me. Dox? Link?
  13. Scatman Member

    Listen to The Edge interview with a victim of sea org human trafficking. You can search for it on the Media subforums.
  14. couldnt give an average but ive seen people who have donated up to 200,000 at one ias event and that was just one couple so if you do the math you know the ias is bringing in major cash yearly
  15. adhocrat Member

  16. OTBT Member

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  17. asterisk Member

    This is how we've gotten to where we are already.
  18. adhocrat Member

    thanks, guys.

    this also caught my eye considering the recent revelations

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  19. Anonymous Member

  20. Anonymous Member

    What happens to those that don't donate or don't donate enough $$$?
  21. sold for bodyparts ?
  22. xenubarb Member

    Ever hear of the Duggans? They stepped in when San Diego fell short, and made it possible to buy Ideal Org property which they couldn't afford to maintain or pay the taxes on. It's on the market again. Apparently the Duggans are ungodly rich, stupid enough to fall for the con job, and they've been "helping" downstat orgs buy shit they can't otherwise afford.
  23. Anonymous Member

    how do the Duggans not see what is happening? they have TV and internet don't they??

    Maybe someone should send them a certified envelope with some data...kinda like how TD does it with PC folders only with the list of recent defectors and their harsh comments on the "church"
  24. Anonymous Member

    i guess if travolta stills gives cash and believes in this shit after they essentially killed his kid by not allowing meds then i guess it may be a lost cauz...
  25. Starbuck Member

    The Boston Ideal Org is allegedly being held up by the South End wanting to ensure the Hotel Alexandria's original facade is maintained but the SciFags are arguing this is cost prohibitive. And as you've seen, the building is literally falling down again. The next hearing on the matter is this month or next. Curious to see what happens, but I still bet they don't have the funds as this seems to be happening to these projects everywhere.
  26. Anonymous Member

    Can anyone else give updates on org's not opening as planned???
  27. Diablo Member

    Santa ana the new OC "ideal org" isn't even open yet and the tustin org looks like a building in Haiti. They should trying fixing their own shit up first before trying to help the world. All the people there smoke and look fat and know, that blank brainwashed cult stare!
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  28. Anonymous Member

    is there money being spent in LA at INT on construction?
  29. Anonymous Member

    The tustin Org has a VISTIORS WELCOME sign on the front now...hahahaha. WELCOME TO COME IN AND HAND OVER YOUR CASH!!!
  30. Anonymous Member

    remember what happend to orange and agp when they went into the org...
  31. Anonymous Member

    is that org for sale now???
  32. Anonymous Member

    hey DM, you are a fucking midget...why can't you use your OT powers to stop anonymous????
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  33. Anonymous Member

    yah Midget boy...i though you handled anonymous? all your followers see that is not true when protestors show up around the world on a regular basis...
  34. Anonymous Member

    Do you really think it is productive to call people names? How does this help the people trapped in cos????? get a life
  35. Anonymous Member

    Dear Troll, FUCK YOU!
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  36. Anonymous Member

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  37. the anti Member

    you do know this is a group of people that call ALL their critics all kinds of bogus crap right? they even did that to old ladies, and you think they care at all about they thought? diaf
  38. Anonymous Member

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  39. eddieVroom Member

    I believe that it would advance our cause substantially if doing business with Scientology became as unpopular - and perceived on the same level - as doing business with Apartheid in the eighties.
  40. Anonymous Member

    funny how Co$ will take money from some in the medical community but when it starts infringing on their ability to make $ then they are against them ie psychiatry.

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