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  1. Operation Snow White
    Starting in 1973, the church was responsible for "Operation Snow White", which planted operatives inside the IRS, FBI, Justice Department, and the American Medical Association. These operatives stole and copied thousands of documents that may be used in silencing Church opponents.

    I'm on a boat
    In the 1960s, Scientology used to be run from a boat -- specifically, a ship called the Apollo that carried Hubbard and his followers. His trusted aides were teenage girls who wore a uniform of platforms and hot pants -- and Hubbard was "commodore".

    A billion years
    Sea Org members are required to sign a billion-year contract dedicating their life to Scientology. They are paid around $50 a week.

    1. Because of South Park’s Scientology episode, The Church of Scientology hired people to spy on Matt and Trey to find something on them to use for blackmail. The Church became frustrated when their investigation turned up nothing but the fact that they’re pretty normal people. – Source

    2. The German government refuses to recognize Scientology as a religion. The organization has officially been labeled an ‘abusive business masquerading as a religion.’ – Source

    3. Wikipedia has banned the Church of Scientology from editing any of its articles. It is a punishment for repeated and deceptive editing of articles related to the controversial religion. – Source

    4. The Church of Scientology carried out Operation Freakout in 1976. It was a covert plan intended to have the US author and journalist Paulette Cooper imprisoned or committed to a mental institution because of her book critical of the “religion.” – Source

    5. The Cult Awareness Network listed Scientology as the #1 most dangerous cult. Scientologists sued them into bankruptcy and now owns the New Cult Awareness Network – Source

    6. In 1943, L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology Founder fought a 68 hour naval battle with two non-existent Japanese subs after misusing his vessel’s SONAR. – Source

    7. David Miscavige, the leader of the Church of Scientology’s wife disappeared in 2006 and hasn’t been located since. – Source

    8. In the 1970s, Scientology carried out Operation Snow White. About 136 US government agencies were robbed by the Church of Scientology in the “largest infiltration of the government in history” with “5,000 covert agents” in order to purge documents that were unfavorable of Scientology and its founder L. Ron Hubbard. – Source

    9. L. Ron Hubbard was quoted saying “Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous. If a man really wanted to make a million dollars, the best way to do it would be to start his own religion.” years before starting Scientology. – Source

    10. Scientology runs a child labor camp in Australia. – Source

    11. The Church of Scientology has a compound in California called Gold Base that is guarded by snipers and armed gate guards. It houses a prison that practices torture, and a paramilitary training school. – Source

    12. Vince Offer, the ShamWow! guy, used the proceeds from his late night marketed movie, The Underground Comedy Movie, to sue the Church of Scientology. – Source

    13. Jenna Miscavige Hill, the niece of the Chairman of Scientology, David Miscavige, first learned about the story of Xenu from watching the “Trapped in the Closet” episode of South Park. – Source

    14. There is a Scientology drug rehab program called “Narconon”. It uses saunas, vitamins, minerals and oils to tackle the effects of drug addiction, but critics say it’s “medically unsafe” “quackery” & “medical fraud.” – Source

    15. In 1970 the English Court of Appeal found that Scientology does not engage in religious worship – Source

    16. Charles Manson took 150 hours of Scientology courses and rejected it as “too crazy.” – Source

    17. In 1993, upon learning that they were to play a show at a venue owned by the Church of Scientology, the band Tool was opposed to performing. They played, but Maynard, the lead singer, spent most of the show baa-ing like a sheep at the audience. – Source

    18. L. Ron Hubbard’s eldest son L. Ron Hubbard, Jr. rejected his father and scientology and changed his name to Ronald DeWolf. – Source

    19. L. Ron Hubbard’s book “Battlefield Earth” stayed on bestseller lists despite being critically panned because The Church of Scientology had members purchase thousands of copies, some going so far as to repeatedly buy the same copies. – Source

    20. When L. Ron Hubbard showed off Scientology’s first “clear” member (the highest level of achievement with skills that included perfect memory), the woman couldn’t even recall what color tie Hubbard was wearing – Source

    21. The Church of Scientology routinely gives its members “security checks” to determine if they’ve been unfaithful to the church. The “Security Check Children,” is a 99 question interrogation, given to children of ages 6-12. – Source

    22. In 1943, L. Ron Hubbard wrote a series of private letters about losing his command and various military blunders, and general good health. Later, he founded scientology and claimed heroics and injuries in the war. – Source

    23. To join the high ranks of Scientology you have to sign a Billion Year Contract. – Source
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    24. Members of Scientology’s inner circle have to work 100+ hours/week for the church, face severe restrictions on family affairs, and can be sent to a private prison to do hard labor if they break church rules. – Source

    25. The woman who voices Bart Simpson once donated $10 million to the Church of Scientology, which was almost twice her annual salary. – Source
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  2. BLiP Member

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  3. Better post his Modus Operandi:

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  5. BLiP Member

    It not just the Germans, France is another nation which has been onto what Scientology is really up to . . .

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  6. fishypants Moderator

    And more recently in France...
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  7. Holy shit n cow wow man
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  8. BLiP Member

    When entering the Scientology rabbit hole, n00bs might like to bear in mind Rule One: Scientology is never as it at first seems and is always worse than you think.
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  9. It's like the chomo van....NO candy
  10. AJAnon Member

    Can anyone direct me to documentation specifying exactly HOW the law temporarily changed prior to the fraud case in France? Many potential sources describing how/why the law changed beforehand seem to be unavailable at the moment. :mad:
  11. conchosunwi Member

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