Discussion in 'Independent Scientology' started by AnonLover, Dec 21, 2011.
wow these connections and how far they go
You sound surprised to hear of clams and their involvement in the Human Rights biz. You don't think they've been sitting on their thumbs for the past fifty years, do you?
The logic, such as it is, is pretty simple. Various tiny groups who share religious beliefs have been viciously persecuted. This is bad.
We are a tiny bunch of nuts who claim to share religious beliefs, and we have been prosecuted for crimes we've committed. This is the same thing and it's a human rights violation!
Dave Touretzky has just created a brief page on Joseph K. Grieboski, mostly containing information already available on this thread. I'm more or less just posting this so a quick Google search on the bozo is more likely to turn up this page than pages in which Greebo describes himself as some kind of bullshit expert.
Incidentally, he looks like a Nazi.
This tool got himself quoted as a religion expert in a Washington Post article today.
I posted a snarky comment asking if the Post vetted the people it called up for quotes. (And the answer would be...no, obviously not!)
Worth keeping an eye on this P.O.S. with the elections coming up.
A very close eye indeed.
Institute on Religion and Public Policy's current address is in Virginia, but Virginia revoked the registration on the foreign Washington DC corporation. (I'll try and check their DC registration.)
That might account for their last Form 990 being in 2011.
Category:Institute on Religion and Public Policy
I can't get any hits for Institute on Religion and Public Policy in Washington DC, which so-so good. I'd expect at least a listing for the dead company.
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