Razz Line job market is collapsing

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Drookish, Jan 25, 2012.

  1. Drookish Member

    I've been following The Razz Line on and off for a number of years.

    This is a Scientology bulletin board, posting online crap about the miracles of Scientology to gullible Scientologists.

    Over the last year or so, there has been a noticeable decline in their ads for scilon-related jobs.

    IMO, they are even more pathetic than normal.

    Oldfags will probably notice the laughable level of lack of professionalism in their current crop of ads.

    And new job ads there are few and far between.

    Proxy up and have a giggle.
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  2. xenubarb Member

  3. Sounds like someone has too much time on his/her hands. WHO CARES!!!!!
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  4. Anonymous Member

    OP here, why did you resurrect this old thread?

    Yes, I've got too much time on my hands. So what.
  5. What with the current experiment running, one of allowing unregistered "guests" to post in the public forums, we frequently find these cases of thread necromancy and/or idiotic comments.

    Yesterday, I deleted a string of 19 posts made by a "guest." Each and every post consisted of the number "1."

    If you'd like to have the guest post ITT removed, use the Report Button on the post in question. That will summon a moderator with the magic powers to edit this particular forum, something I can't do.
  6. Anonymous Member

    No worries, don't bother, let the thread die.

    I was just curious why on earth some random anon commented on my months old boring thread, while not providing any new info or insight.

    is still promoting jobs for Narconon. Culties never learn...
  7. I find that to be NEWS! ;)
  8. Anonymous Member

  9. ^^^^ Excellent screencaps! Thank you!

    EDIT: any chance of snagging the telephone number for this entry?
  10. Anonymous Member


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  11. Why don't you mind your own bussiness and leave those people alone why do you have so much hate against the Scientologists. Are you happy with your self? Do something to keep those negative thoughts controlled or else you'll become insane like the orange hair guy dude that's all over the news! Or you know what better yet read the bible you idiot.
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  12. Kilia Member

    Do you know where the hell you're at?? Grab a an easy clue!!
  13. Anonymous Member

    We have no hate for scientologists but we do loathe their abuses - forced abortions - disconnections - child abuse and F R A U D, willful neglect of disease and suffering. Oh! Another book to read! I'll put that on my To Do List. Bye bye. Do come again and froth at your keyboard for awhile. The light entertainment it provides is lulzy.
  14. Anonymous Member

    So Christian.
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  15. Anonymous Member

    Oh yeah, the bible, that book about a mythical all-seeing ghost that made Earth and who destroys cities and turns folk into pillars of salt? Ya, great novel. I liked Lord Of The Rings too.
  16. Anonymous Member

    The ending was the best!
  17. blah blah blah blah, my pussy hurts!!
  18. Anonymous Member

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  19. vaLLarrr Member

    When ignorant people say "what's wrong with scientology, so what if it is a cult?" it's like they need reminding.

    The end game of cults like "scientology" almost always looks like this; lots of dead innocent people.

    It's clear that this "scientology" sect has few remaining hardcore members compared to the heyday of the 50's style UFO/reincarnation style cult, when it became almost acceptable in the late 70's and early 80's to use a cheap electronic device to measure emotions and emotive responses.

    But with many similar cases of cults with compounds and strict codes of secrecy and a cavalier attitude towards human life, it is worth looking back at some of the other major events involving near identical "religious" scams that have ended in terrible death tolls.

    ALL have the same core belief system - a leader preaching on the end of the world as we know it, the death of Earth and the urgent need to rescue it from itself, with all the fake army, navy or religious military "duty" assignments to make it feel more like a real "mission".

    Ultimately, if they choose the cult "family" (and hand over all their money and worldly possessions, without which the "magic" won't work!), they will all be transported to Utopian wonderland and escape the doomsday nightmare scenario that has been "accurately predicted" - by the leader of the cult.


    Heaven's Gate Mass Suicide - March 26, 1997 at 3:15pm - 39 dead (21 women and 18 men)

    "They defined "suicide" in their own context to mean "to turn against the Next Level when it is being offered,"and believed that their "human" bodies were only vessels meant to help them on their journey.

    In conversation, when referring to a person or a person's body, they routinely used the word "vehicle"; when shown a picture of his son in an interview, Rio DiAngelo commented, "Look, there's the little vehicle."'s_Gate_(religious_group)



    Jonestown Mass Suicide - November 18, 1978 - 913 dead including over 200 children.
    The largest single loss of American civilian life in a non-natural disaster until 9/11.

    "Jim Jones: Free at last. [crowd clapping] Please, keep your emotions down, keep your emotions down…Children, it will not hurt if you will be, if you’ll be quiet, if you’ll be quiet. [children crying in background, humming, music] It’s never been done before you say? It’s been done by every tribe in history, every tribe facing annihilation. All the Indians in the Amazon are doing it now. They refuse to bring any babies into the world. They kill every child that comes into the world, because they don’t want to live in this kind of a world. So be patient, be patient…death is…I tell you I don’t care how many screams you hear, I don’t care how many anguished cries…Death is a million times preferable to ten more days of this life."


    "The results of pathology examinations conducted by Guyanese coroner Leslie Mootoo however, revealed his belief that as many as 700 of the victims were murders, not suicides.
    Mootoo claims that in a 32-hour period he, and his assistants, examined the bodies of 137 victims.
    They had all been injected with cyanide in areas of their bodies, which could not have been reached by their own hand, such as between the shoulder blades; many other victims had been shot. Charles Huff, one of the seven Green Berets who were the first American troops on the scene following the massacre, claimed that "We saw many bullet wounds as well as wounds from crossbow bolts." Those who were shot appeared to have been running toward the jungle, away from the compound, at the time they were shot.

    The discrepancy in the numbers of dead in the first reports, and the final figure had led many to speculate that approximately five hundred people had escaped the first spate of killings and escaped into the jungle, but were then hunted down and murdered.
    The descriptions of witnesses to the layout of the bodies, and the fact that there were obvious signs that many of the bodies had been dragged to their final resting place, tends to contradict the 'official' explanation that at the first counting five hundred bodies had been concealed by the other 408 bodies.


    Waco Siege, Texas - April 19, 1993 - 76 deaths - including 20 children.

    David Koresh, born Vernon Wayne Howell, was the leader of a Branch Davidian religious sect in Waco, Texas, though never directly claiming to be Jesus himself, proclaimed that he was the final prophet and "the Son of God, the Lamb" in 1983. He believed he was a reincarnation of Jesus, reincarnation also being a core theme in L Ron Hubbard's sect.

    View attachment 149053d1270518871-waco-autopsy-photographs-februar

    The Branch Davidians at Waco led a communal, highly regulated and disciplined life: sleep deprivation, eating little, & spending many hours a day to Bible study.
    They published a periodical “Shekineth Magazine.”

    Following Koresh’s “New Light” doctrine, he began to persuade married women within the group to join him as “spiritual wives;” this involved sexual access.
    Couples were separated and their marriages dissolved.
    All but Koresh and his spiritual wives were required to remain celibate.

    They also assembled large supplies of arms; one source estimated 11 tons of arms including antitank rifles.

    Without doubt the mistakes of law enforcement and US politicians led to a great many more deaths than might have occured, what is not in doubt is the amount of flammable liquid poured around the inside of the compound by the cult members, on the orders of a "leader" who refused to allow any of his "believers" to leave whilst the tanks and helicopters amassed outside.


    Aum Shinrikyo/Aleph Tokyo Subway Gassing - March 20, 1995 - 13 deaths, 54 seriously injured, 980 affected by blindness or temporary loss of vision.
    Some estimates claim as many as 5,000 people were injured by the sarin gas.


    "Aum's public relations activities included publishing, especially in Japan, where comics and animated cartoons enjoy exceptional popularity among all ages.
    Aum attempted to tie religious ideas to popular anime and manga themes – space missions, extremely powerful weapons, world conspiracies and conquest for ultimate truth.
    Aum published several magazines including Vajrayana Sacca and Enjoy Happiness, adopting a somewhat missionary attitude."

    The cult started attracting controversy in the late 1980s with accusations of deception of recruits, and of holding cult members against their will and forcing members to donate money; a murder of a cult member who tried to leave is now known to have taken place in February 1989.

    At the cult's headquarters in Kamikuishiki on the foot of Mount Fuji, police found explosives, chemical weapons and biological warfare agents, such as anthrax and Ebola cultures, and a Russian Mil Mi-17 military helicopter.
    The Ebola virus was delivered from Zaire in 1994.

    There were stockpiles of chemicals that could be used for producing enough sarin gas to kill millions of people.
    Police also found laboratories to manufacture drugs such as LSD, methamphetamine, and a crude form of truth serum, a safe containing millions of dollars in cash and gold, and cells, many still containing prisoners.
    During the raids, Aum issued statements claiming that the chemicals were for fertilizers.
    Over the next six weeks, over 150 cult members were arrested for a variety of related criminal activity.


    There are of course many more examples.

    When ignorant people say "what's wrong with scientology, so what if it is a cult?" - remind them of this.
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  20. vaLLarrr Member

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  21. DeathHamster Member

    Because sometimes there's concerning stuff that needs watching.

    ^^ Illegal confinement of an adult by non-medical large males to administer dangerous quackery?

    ^^ The claims of coordinating with other groups turned out to be lies after the press were tipped off.
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  22. Anonymous Member

    Keep weeding them out!
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  23. Anonymous Member

    on Razzzline
    Cult owned DC lobbyist/bagman.. cult sponsored political shenanigans?
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  24. Anonymous Member

    OP again. Since this thread just won't seem to die...

    This character is a political lobbyist, heavily involved in CCHR DC, and front for Citizens for Social Reform, among other things.

    Greg Mitchell - DC Lobbyist for Scientology

    Is Criminon DC registration still revoked?

    Criminon DC
    1200 North Veitch St. Suite 1504
    Arlington, VA 22201
    Phone: (202) 669-4065
    Fax: (703) 842-8115
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  25. JohnnyRUClear Member

    WBC, gettin' their Herro on?
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