Scientology = Child Abuse

Discussion in 'Media' started by RolandRB, Jul 1, 2012.

  1. RolandRB Member

    ^^ When I think of these Jive Aces playing to the crowds and people having fun then it is at the expense of small children suffering wretched lives within the British headquarters of this so called "Church". The City of London police force had this band playing at their events. So while they dance and have fun, vulnerable and abused children are sobbing themselves to sleep. It disgusts me. People who attend Jive Aces concerts share in this guilt and should be ashamed of themselves.
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    What saddens me about the UK is that this exploitation and abuse of young children would stop if they stopped getting tax rebates in the UK. If this e-petition were to get 100,000 votes then it is possible that this would be debated in UK parliament with a view to getting it stopped.
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  7. muldrake Member

    Caligula's motto was oderint dum metuant. Let them hate, so long as they fear.

    For a long time, the British press has lived in fear of Scientology, because of Britain's oppressive libel laws, that have made Britain a favorite tourist destination for defamation plaintiffs from criminal corporations to Islamist terrorists suing over being called what they are.

    They have had a long time to bottle up their hate. Now that they have no reason to fear the cult, it is all erupting to the surface. This is a lesson to bullies everywhere. You can't keep everyone afraid forever. Eventually you will slip and then the payback is a bitch.
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  8. RolandRB Member

    I guess Sea Org children are needed to work as slaves to help make money for the Church to enable it to lavish gifts upon Tom Cruise:

    And I would like to point out that Tom Cruise is likely receiving tax exempt money from the Church supposed to be put to charitable purposes. In fact a lot of that money could have come from the 270,000 GBP per year business rates rebate the City of London Corporation gives it. Which means the British taxpayers paid in part for it. This is because all the money the cult makes in the City of London through their plush big church on 146 Queen Victoria Street is owed to the American Church in the form of training of staff and the cost of "missions" sent in. If you look at the accounts of COSRECi (Church of Scientology Religious Education Colleges Inc.) which is the body that runs all their churches in the UK you will see that all the money they make has to be paid as debt to other churches. So for you British people reading the Sun newspaper then I hope you like Tom Cruises nice new bus because you paid for it not only with your taxes but also through the suffering of young children at their St. Hill headquarters in East Grinstead.

    And talking of gifts, this must have made some Church executives very happy:
  9. RolandRB Member

    I think the cult will succeed in getting 100% custody over Suri

    I think they see her as a future Church leader. They will want 100% custody so they can give Suri intensive Scientology training and I think they will get it. Katie will break under the strain with the sort of techniques that they used as described in this article and her only chance of survival will be to give up Suri to the Scientologists:
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  10. Anonymous Member

    NY lawyers: does NY State provide for an appeal process in this type of proceeding? (assuming it went to court)
  11. I have a completely different read on this. Holmes has the media, the paparazzi, her dad the lawyer, much of America, and RUPERT FUCKING MURDOCH in her corner. Granted, Murdoch is significantly weaker in the UK than he once was, but here in the United States, he owns a major propaganda outlet, major studios, top newspapers, and one of the four major television networks. Murdoch may be a malevolent, sleazy bastard, but he's our bastard. He's been looking for an opportunity to give the CoS problems, and he sees his time is now. As a bonus, he may get some relief from his significant PR problems because of Katie Holmes' popularity.
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  12. You're also ignoring some very serious problems the CoS is experiencing. In addition to the TomKat split, another very visible Scientologist, John Travolta, has been hit with multiple sexual battery lawsuits. We can't forget about the entire Dror Center in Israel blowing the cult. I've been away for a while, so I may have missed something. Still, I think that's the highlights, the point being that their limited human resources and financial resources are certainly feeling the strain. These are not minor problems.
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  13. RolandRB Member

    We give the cult £270,000 per year to abuse children

    We pay it with our taxes. If we did not give them this money then likely they would have to leave the UK. But pay it we do and that gives them the financial wherewithal to continue their abuses. Both the City of London Corporation and Central Government in the form of Communities and Local Government (that's Eric "urge you not to give Scientology rates relief" Pickle's department) are working together to make sure our taxes benefits the cult. We, as taxpayers, have to make up the shortfall for the £270,000 per year business rates relief they get.

    If you don't believe me then have a careful read of this:
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  14. RolandRB Member

    Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes settle their divorce case for Suri

    No details as to the custody of Suri as yet.

    But more details here:

    It is understood their six-year-old daughter Suri will live primarily with Holmes, but that Cruise will have generous visitation rights and be a full part of the child's life.

    Holmes, who was raised a Catholic, is thought to have secured her wish that Suri not be brought up in the Church of Scientology.

    More here:

    Under terms of the settlement, Suri isn’t permitted to be exposed to anything Scientology related and this includes going to any Scientology churches, parties, etc. Katie made sure that this was ironclad in the agreement,” a source close to the situation tells Radar Online.
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  15. Anonymous Member

    I guess this thread is now over. Thanks, m8
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  16. RolandRB Member

    True. Suri Cruise is pretty - most other children are not. The world will lose interest in a day now that Suri is saved and all the other children in the cult who are suffering can be forgotten about and can rot there.

    Mods ---- thread closed ---- no more updates please!
  17. RolandRB Member

    I think our Becks "took one for the team" and saved little Suri. :)
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  21. This whole situation is so sad and outrages me. I'm all for doing what we can to shut down brainwashing /abusing/ money sucking organizations as this. What baffles me is why people join? Must be they prey on the weak and the young.
  22. Anonymous Member

    Time for you to lurk moar, because all people who join Scientology are not idiots.
  23. No, but they're pretty much all gullible and/or vulnerable. It's the smart victims who are the most tragic. Jim Jones had some very intelligent people among his victims at Jonestown, and that was just among his members. That's not even counting Congressman Leo Ryan.
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  24. Whatever....
    People who choose to join Scientology to me have the same mentality as those who join street gangs and other cults.
    There's no need for name calling.
  25. Anonymous Member

    There was no ad hominem in what I said. I was referring to your monicker.

    I was merely suggesting that your knowledge of what leads people to join a cult is limited, as your most recent posting reinforces. Nothing wrong with that, just go do your research, brough.
  26. Anonymous Member

    Judging from the above comment a look around the site and some research would serve you well.
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  27. Anonymous Member

    A bit of win mellows us right out, eh, Anon? :)
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  28. I have been. I guess I haven't read everything you have yet.
  29. RolandRB Member

    Can we get back on topic, please? This thread is about child abuse in the Sea Org. I was using Suri Cruise's plight but now she is safe but there are many other young children out there in the cult with wretched lives. We won't have any of the media impetus we had before but there is still a tragedy going on out there and happening to young children.

    You will see a block of three posts above by me with links about child abuse. I have sent these in to the authorities.

    Now don't expect anything to happen about this. The cult will have these things "safe-pointed". For every 100 actions we initiate then only 1 will succeed. For now, that is. But the tide is turning in our favor.
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  30. RolandRB Member

    Think what is going on inside the minds of the local child protection officers in Sussex ......

    Tom Cruise turned up to a gala evening dinner party there ...................

    Dignitaries from the City of London police force were there ..................

    Dignitaries from the City of London Corporation were there .................

    These dignitaries had their photos taken with Tom Cruise and even photos taken with Tom Cruise's arm round their wives shoulders and the wife loves that photo so much it stays on our mantelpiece so visiting guests can see it and turn green with envy ..................

    ....... so it all must be OK.

    ..... so when a child escapes from St. Hill and runs into the arms of a child protection officer then what they need to do is to take them back to St. Hill manor and return them to their parents .........

    ....... and everything is OK and the world is perfect and they have that little book that explains about "SP"s stirring up trouble and really all the little children in the cult in Sussex are so, so happy ........... :)
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  34. grebe Member

    Has a media outlet brought up the "auditing babies" pamphlet? Cuz now would be the time, and that's a juicy story if combined with examples of the auditing questions asked.
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    Yeah that, plus a few of the creepy questions asked of children while on the e-meter, which they are told can see buried truths within their minds. That is a story that will pop.

    A good follow up story: e-meters and interrogations an integral part of Scientology schools. And guess what: Will Smith founded one of those.
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  37. RolandRB Member

    ^^ creepy child questions at start of this thread.

    This is one sick child abuse cult !!
  38. Suri went to it and Katie probably took her out.

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