Scientology Infiltrating British Education

Discussion in 'Projects' started by humanist, Jun 23, 2011.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Don't PM this person. If he or she is a reputable journalist, then fine. But, it's just some cunt who has signed up for an account on WWP last Thursday, making weird suggestions.

    Why not contact Manchester reporters, or Manc fags on this forum?
  2. Anonymous Member

    Scientologists lie to non-scientologists.

    It's what cult members are trained to do. Might be difficult for staff at the school to fully understand the extent of this. Scientologists lie continually. There's no point putting them on a stand to ask them questions because they will be lying.

    In scientology non-scientologists are refered to as 'Wogs' or often as 'Stupid Wogs who just don't get it'. The founder of scientology, L Ron Hubbard, was a racist who liked the word 'wog' so much he adopted it to refer to anyone not in his cult.

    People scientlogy are trying to recruit who might start paying for scientology are also refered to as 'Raw Meat'.

    So Sam Butler will see Parrs Wood 6th form as a room full of 'Raw Meat' and probably considers the staff as 'Stupid Wogs who just don't get it'.
  3. humanist Member

    Don't joke! They can't find my name from this site can they? :/
  4. Anonymous Member

    no they can't.
  5. wolfyrik Member

    A particularly interesting phrase for use in the UK as "wog" is an extremely derogatory, racist term. In fact didn't Hubbard pick it up here, then use it in scientology?
  6. Anonymous Member

    Not sure - he spent time in south africa and wrote about how he liked the regime there - so he may have picked it up there.

    It is all covered in A Piece of Blue Sky by Jon Atack - this is the most comprehensive history of scientology - available on line here:
  7. humanist Member

    The more information, the more ammunition.
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  8. xenubarb Member

    Dear Sirs,

    There are two lawsuits proceeding through the system here in the US. Both were launched by young adults who were signed over to the Scientology paramilitary navy, the Sea Organisation, at a young age. Daniel Montalvo was six years old. (?) Laura Decrescenzo was working for Scientology full time at age 10, and joined the Sea Org at 12 years of age.

    Both these plaintiffs are seeking compensation for the loss of their childhood, abusive treatment, poor living conditions and other charges.

    And you think it's a good idea to expose the children in your care to this disgusting, predatory and criminal enterprise...why? Did they tell you they were a religion? And you believed it?
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  9. Anonymous Member

    Ask Sam Butler how much it costs to get to Scientology's top level 'OT8'. Ask him what a scientology 'freeloader debt' is? - Ask him how much his freeloader debt is?.
    But most importantly ask scientologist Sam Butler about Body Thetans:
    What are they? How much does it cost to get rid of them? How many hours of his life does he plan to spend on finding out about and getting rid of 'Body Thetans'?
  10. Anonymous Member

    Any replies to emails yet?
  11. Anonymous Member

    None to mine, but I really wasn't expecting one. Any intel from inside the school?
  12. Anonymous Member

    The OP's gone very quiet.....hope he's not in trouble or been given so many lines he can't type

    I must not ask my teachers why they are inviting a dangerous criminal cult to my school and I must not go on the internet.
    I must not ask my teachers why they are inviting a dangerous criminal cult to my school and I must not go on the internet.
    I must not ask my teachers why they are inviting a dangerous criminal cult to my school and I must not go on the internet.
    I must not ask my teachers why they are inviting a dangerous criminal cult to my school and I must not go on the internet.
    I must not ask my teachers why they are inviting a dangerous criminal cult to my school and......
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  13. Herro Member

    Why do so many people around here seem to think that religious leaders would be offended or even surprised by another religion calling itself the only real faith / spirituality?
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  14. Nick_Nolte Member

    I like how so many of these posts in here have the same tone and brainwashed mentality that Scilons have when they post on the internet. It doesn't help our cause if you people sound as short sighted and preachy as CoS.
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  15. getbeckyout Member

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  16. SwordofTruth Member

    Yes there are so many unfounded attacks in this thread against people telling the truth .....
  17. Nick_Nolte Member

    It's not an issue about truth. It's the way its presented. No one likes to preach and people spouting stuff that frankly sounds like propaganda, very similar to the way CoS says it too, doesn't help.
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  18. Anonymous Member

    This is an anti scientology site. We are here providing information about (and links to more information about) scientology. Why don't you contribute something the way you want it done rather than telling everyone else their efforts are wrong?
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  19. Anonymous Member

    So if we don't hear back from the school we should ring the press Friday morning. Tomorrow's news will only be strikes.
  20. moarxenu Member

    The Manchester Guardian published a condensed version of Lawrence Wrights The Apostate on Paul Haggis. The Guardian has also reported on Parss Wood High School and Sixth Form.

    The most interesting find is an article by Guardian writer Hanna Pool, who is a graduate of Parss Wood High School, a distinct but related institution to Sixth Form. In this reflection from 2006 on returning to her old school she mentions that her younger brother was in Sixth Form.

    Hanna's Guardian profile page is here. She was adopted from an Eritrean Orphange by David Pool, an academic who once taught at Manchester University. She wrote a book about journeying to Eritrea to meet her biological father:


    She writes on lifestyle and knows about the cult: "The return of flares - high-waisted flared jeans, to be precise - has been greeted in some quarters with a derision usually reserved for alien sightings and Scientology."

    According to the Guardian contact page her email should be:
  21. JohnnyRUClear Member

    There's probably nothing in that video which can't be multiply instantiated from Scientology's actual history and practices, but I'm betting that the vast majority of Scientologists would have no idea what most of it refers to and would just laugh at it as more Internet "entheta" from ignorant, fearful wogs. A lot of it only applies to the Sea Org and/or RPF. An additional element of the con is the way "publics" are kept in the dark about those parts of the cult. They never experience anything like that, and so reports of such things don't hit home for them and only reinforce their misconception that wogs attack Scientology out of ignorance.
  22. Anonymous Member

    Scientology utilises people at all levels and always at what ever level is most useful to the cult.
  23. Anonymous Member

    poons required
  24. Anonymous Member

    Other religions maybe, but cults like scientology based on lies, and entirely self serving trying to pretend it does good like genuine churches- DOES offend other (real) religions.

    Please word clear cult then word clear religion!
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  25. Anonymous Member

    It's a cult.
    Scientology is an extremist group that radicalises people it recruits.
  26. Random guy Member

    I'm in.
  27. Anonymous Member

    I'll contribute - new thread for it?
  28. Anonymous Member

  29. Random guy Member

  30. Anonymous Member

    Gold Info Pack: Platinum Edition

    Start a new thread for this? Might catch the attention of more anons who can help.
  31. jensting Member

    Poon sent, pointing to justice Latey, Jan Eastgate and Eric Pickles.

    Dunno how much good it'll do, but poons aimed at the Lib Dems a few years ago did make them change their minds :)

    Best Regards

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  32. getbeckyout Member

  33. moarxenu Member

    ^^^thx, Jens!!!^^^

    Newfags can check out Jens' profile page on WWP with lings to his anti-cult writings and activities. He is in this cool video about the Paris fraud trial from the ever-awesome FRANCE 24 and its hawt female commentators.

  34. Anonymous Member

    Parrs Wood 6th Form - 4th July - that's Monday. Is the cult sill invited? How can we find out? Do we need to call the press?
  35. Anonymous Member

  36. Hombre Moderator Skandinaviska

    I don't think it's a problem to have Scientology there, it's the following that's a problem:

    Bunch of PC bullshit.
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  37. Anonymous Member

    It's a school. It's in school time.

    Would you say the same it it was islamic fundamentalists in the guise of mainstream muslims?
    Or people who groom children for prostitution pretending they run a kids charity?
    These are valid and equal comparisons.

    Scientology hurts people.
  38. Anonymous Member

    Google: Lisa McPherson
    Here she is before scientology

    and here is Lisa McPherson after scientology
  39. Anonymous Member

    Hey kids - scientology's fine, they're a really nice bunch of people - lets invite them to our school

    and they will lie to you and recruit you and you wont see your Mum again unless you can recruit her too.
  40. Herro Member

    How are those comparisons valid?

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