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Scientologist & CCHR Director Rizza Islam 'Rizza says...' Classic compilation thread

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by CommunicatorIC, Sep 27, 2014.

  1. Scientologist, Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) International Director and World Literacy Crusade (WLC) International Ambassador Rizza Islam says "they" created HIV "and injected our people with it!"

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    The expertise of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) in the areas of medicine and medical science may be best exemplified by the statement by its Director Rizza Islam that "they" created HIV "and injected our people with it!"

    Mr. Islam's views on this subject are relevant because he is a Director of CCHR, and because psychiatry is a branch of medicine (despite what CCHR might say to the contrary).

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    https://www.facebook.com/rizza.infi..._id=812471532116791&offset=0&total_comments=9

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  2. anon8109 Member

    It's a kind of mental illness to believe something so obviously preposterous and easily shown to be false.
    I don't know how else to characterize such a belief.
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  3. Anonymous Member

    I suppose when the "literacy" involved has been obtained via "Applied Scholastics" or some other flavor of cult moonbat idiocy, it will exhibit very serious defects, such as this cult moonbat's failed knowledge of infection, epidemiology and virology.
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  4. BlooAnon Member

    The stupid.... it hurts.
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  5. The Internet Member

    Scientology gets a mention in reports about this KGB operation, as they got some records about research on germ dispersal by the military which appeared in news articles at the time.
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  6. praline Member

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  7. RightOn Member

    aww so prescious
    "Dr." Handjob must be so proud of son
  8. “There is a condition worse than blindness, and that is, seeing something that isn't there.”

    L. Ron Hubbard
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  9. Hugh Bris Member

    It is, but, IMHO, it's created by the culture itself. It might be a form of folie a deux, but on a group wide basis.The leader, or leaders, might be sufficiently invested in the fraud that they convey their certainty to those around them, in a (positive) feedback loop, that is, one that has no governors on its leaders. Get them away from the influence, and many would stop believing.

    It's also a way to create community, odd as it sounds. This distinguishes them from others. It also puts the blame outside themselves, that is, not in their control, and hence it makes them victims.
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  10. EDITED TO ADD:

    The expertise of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) in the areas of medicine and medical science may be best exemplified by the statement by its Director Rizza Islam that "they" created HIV "and injected our people with it!"

    Mr. Islam's views on this subject are relevant because he is a Director of CCHR, and because psychiatry is a branch of medicine (despite what CCHR might say to the contrary).
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  11. HellRazor Member

    Scientology is full of AIDS.
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  12. Random guy Member

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  13. praline Member

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  14. RightOn Member

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  15. DeathHamster Member

    I thought it was supposed to be the "mother wheel"? It can't have very good stealth technology if he saw it. Hopefully they'll select him for some alien butt-probing love.
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  16. praline Member

    Please someone stop her. My head hurts.After she is done flapping her gums would someone please drop an apple on her head and explain to her physics. Scratch that THROW the apple. Really really hard.

    Seriously ~ I wish I could comment more but I got nuttin...

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  17. praline Member

    The above is an ot8 and her hubby is the famed Scientology lawyer. SMH
  18. Quentinanon Member

    Reminds me of "make up a story and tell the class" improv assignments from grade school, except that adult scilons still do that juvenile crap.
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  19. DeathHamster Member

    In partial defense, it was at a Toastmasters event at the Celebrity Centre. It's not a requirement that those stories have to be true, or even thought to be true by the speaker. The idea is that it's supposed to be some entertaining after-dinner talk. I think she failed that part too.
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  20. praline Member

    exactly. How can a person even reason with something like that?

    I could see famed rick Ross now... head in his hands, shaking the nonsense out of his brain: Can you please repeat that?

    I mean what do you say to try and change the mind of someone like that?

    After watching this video and letting it stir around in my brain a bit I did come to a conclusion of who belongs to scientology.

    Its made up of people who have previous diagnoses of schizophrenia or bi polar or any other emotional/mental illness. Needing an excuse to NOT take their prescribed medication they joined Scientology and declare religious freedom so they don't have to take their medication.

    The best way to make scientology fall apart is to slip haldol in their water glasses at the next meeting :D
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  21. praline Member

    ahhh ok. I thought this was her "testimony" type of speech.
  22. I have a problem logging in to my hotmail
  23. Quentinanon Member

    Or a "rave success story".
  24. praline Member

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  25. I thought Scilons with their TRs, Communication Formula, and OT powers wouldn't have to join Toastmasters and use their ''squirrel'' tech to be better public speakers. I thought that they already knew how to communicate and speak in public. Jesus at best was just a Clear and he certainly didn't have any TRs.
  26. God Damned you Anons are Daft puppies.

    Training Routines are pure Pavlov
  27. 719

    Sounds like the creator of the Scientology scam..................
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  28. I ain't no Anon.
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  29. I maybe was one time

    But still. The training Routines are pure Pavlov

  30. Not to derail, but nowhere do I really state what my opinion of TRs is. I haven't thought about TRs too much since I left the cult. Like everything else in Scientology, TRs suck. I never thought I would have to explicitly state it here though. I thought that was a given. I just threw in the term because it felt right. My little post was about the fraud of OT powers more than anything else.

    Pavlov? I don't know. I don't care. Whatever. TRs suck no matter how you want to explain it.

    End of derail and back to the wacky world or CCHR and and all those honky psychs holding the black man down.
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  31. Touch that ...... Thank you

    CONDITIONING
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  32. I care you dimwit, since when have you stopped caring ?

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  33. DeathHamster Member

    Don't say join, say infiltrate.
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  34. My problem is I want to define everything Scientology and Catogorize it (My Asperger) and yet I am all over the place (My ADHD)

  35. Yeah, I suppose so.

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