Nation of Islam to Clear the Planet

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Anonymous, Feb 20, 2011.

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  3. grebe Member

    For a true postmodernist, belief is a tool. All theologies are "transition theologies."

    In other words, logical consistency is for wogs. Gimme da powah!
  4. Anonymous Member

    Farrakan must have his eyes on the real estate. And the bank accounts,
  5. RolandRB Member

    And he might get given a few of the secret bank account numbers after his members do a "Malcolm X" on the critics.

    All yore Orgs am belong to us!
  6. Wait til the first NOI member gets put in lower conditions on Hubbard's RPF slave labor program.

    If the former President of The Church of Scientology International needs to make amends for years on the abusive RPF, why not the leader of the Nation of Islam, if he finds a few of his marbles soon for having "Bad Thoughts" about COB, David Miscavige?

    Heber Jentzsch can show Louis Farrakhan the ropes on the RPF at Gold Base as a degraded being one day.

    Louis better KSW unless the NOI has their own version of the RPF for David Miscavige.

    One way or another.....

    This will not end well,

    no, not at all.............
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  7. Anonymous Member

    You mean wait till they try! I'd like to DM tell Farrakan that his Laborers now belong to CoS.
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  8. Standard Tech is Standard Tech......Perfect, by Hubbard himself, can't be changed.

    C'mon NOI, KSW. lol
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  9. Triumph Member

    Chicago Sun-Times
    Louis Farrakhan says Moammar Gadhafi has always been a friend
    By KiM JANSSEN Staff Reporter/ Feb 28, 2011 12:06AM

    Chicago Breaking News
    Farrakhan: Mideast uprisings will come to US,0,1665375.story

    Farrakhan talks of revolution, UFOs and Scientology
  10. Anonymous Member

    DougE Fresh @ Saviour's Day 2011
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  12. RolandRB Member

    200 - is that all?

    I think it's about time Elijah Muhammed landed in his flying saucer again to give the "RPF for bad niggaz" revelation to Farrakhan.
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    "but Farrakhan said he was not converting and did not need a new religion"

    Dr. Mr Enlighted one,
    please tell me what steps have you been taking (courses, auditing) and what have you learned thus far with Dianetics?
    Now ask a Scientologist what steps they took (and are taking) to become a Scientologist.
    They are one in the same, aren't they? oh enlightened one?
    oh wait... that's right the green is so blinding you can't hear a word I am saying.
  15. Anonymous Member

    That 200 total includes NOI people AND Sci's. Clearwater Anonymous has been telling you for a while now that the numbers are way, WAY down at Flag. We drove through downtown watching to see who showed up for this event. It was mainly NOI members.
  16. Sponge Member

    /r/shoop [the3stooges.Farrakhan.Miscavige.Gadhafi.jpg]

    Correction: 3psychopathicStooges
  17. subgenius Member

    Watched and listened to parts of it last night.
    Got audio of about half of it. Hope someone captured the video.
  18. Triumph Member

    The Daily Caller
    Louis Farrakhan praises Gadhafi, Hubbard in Chicago
    By Will Rahn - The Daily Caller | Published: 1:36 PM 02/28/2011

    Black Voices
    FARRAKHAN: PRAISES SCIENTOLOGY AND T .../10b112e891e141148b3e914156311ba3

    Men With Foil Hats
  19. Triumph Member

    Louie Spend a great deal of time "greasing the skids" before he even mentioned Scientology

    He has a problem inside his own House... people have heard the rumors..and questioned why He would get involved with Scientology and demand his ministers sign a contract to undergo the study..or be forced to leave...

    and some of his followers are pissed..

    (thats why that part of his speech was edited out in the recent video release) CYA

    its not just ministers he wants to drink the Kool-Aid

    its everyone.

    he did urge everyone to join him In The "Happy Fun Club" at one point

    it sounded like he didn't get the response from the crowd at times he would have liked

    sounded like people were sitting on their hands at times.

    Farrakhan is just attempting to prepare his flock for further exposure to Scientology
    It's obvious listening to the speech he dosen't quite know how to break the news to them.

    it may be up to the Fruit of Islam thugs to quietly twist some arms to assure compliance.
  20. Anonymous Member

    The name of this clown is Chris Rybacki. WISE CONsultant originally on staff as a registrar at the Detroit Org back in the 1980's.

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    Scientologist DougE Fresh schmoozing at Saviour's day
  24. Anonymous Member

    Word Clear "CULT"!
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  26. Anonymous Member

    The BTs are eating ma brain! Help me! Help me!
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  27. grebe Member

    So these advanced aliens capable of intergalactic travel are, strangely enough, deeply worried about what the creatures of Teegeak happen to think of them. The very idea that the creatures might doubt their existence sends the aliens into a rage that can only be quenced by a bloodbath.

    This is pretty fucking obvious bullshit manipulation. Imma have to add this "DO NOT DOUBT ME!!" thing to my list of scammer tricks for fifth graders.
  28. Anonymous Member

    Sounds like God has a few issues to deal with.
  29. Anonymous Member

    Scientologist Alfreddie Johnson (wearing keffiyeh)the new poster child of the Nation of Islam
    NoI Minister Tony Muhammad shills cult anti-drug message
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  32. RolandRB Member

    I think there will be a power struggle over this and somebody somewhere will get killed.
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    posts by everyone on Foolbook
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    The kool-aid is strong in this one.
  37. DeathHamster Member

    That makes two Scientology-related "Art of Management" groups. I'm guessing that Hubbard used that term somewhere. (Scientologist site) WISE management, Janice Wheeler, Toronto Charter Committee, convicted in Operation Snow White.
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    Listen Up Scientology -"They will still be damn Devils"-the Ladyy is talking about you
  39. Anonymous Member

    Final Call (Cult Link)
    NOI Cult Link Proxify

    not much said here
    other than an admission of a relationship

    the two cult having an affair-sneaking around in the dark playing kissy face-both side trying to hide the illicit affair from their kin
  40. exOT8Michael Member

    I saw this online. I remember hearing this on a Hubbard lecture tape.

    The Scientology Comparative Theology Page


    Scientology and Islam
    Scientology publicly claims that people can practice Scientology and religion of choice at the same time. This is only an "acceptable truth" [1] for public relations purposes and getting people to join Scientology. The introductory book "What is Scientology?" states:
    • "In Scientology there is no attempt to change a person's beliefs or to persuade him away from any religion to which he already belongs." [2]
    Scientology further states:
    • "Scientology is all-denominational in that it opens its membership to people of all faiths." . . . Membership in Scientology does not mean that there is any necessity to leave your current church, synagogue, temple or mosque." [3]
    Scientology claims that it is compatible with other religions:
    • "Scientology respects all religions. Scientology does not conflict with other religions or other religious practices" [4]
    In truth, the advanced levels of Scientology teach that all religions are the result of mental implants[5]. Prior to founding the Dianetics movement, L. Ron Hubbard studied Occult Magick[6] in an attempt to achieve power. Hubbard came to believe that thetans (everyone) could become God by ridding themselves of the mental implants that prevented them from achieving that goal.
    Prior to founding Scientology, Hubbard gave a lecture entitled "What's Wrong with This Universe: A Working Package for the Auditor" on December 9, 1952. In it, Hubbard describes some of the "between lives" implants that supposedly occur to us after we die and before we reincarnate. One of these implants, called "The Emanator", is supposedly the origin of Islam. Hubbard claims that The Emanator was the source of the "Mohammedan Lodestone". Hubbard further describes the Prophet Muhammad as a small town booster that mocked up [made up] Islam only because business wasn't good in his hometown. [7]

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