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Scientology UK declares yet another member

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Operating Satan, Dec 14, 2013.

  1. anonanchovie Member

    Be good if this internecine warfare between anti and indie sects could be contained in the dome or something.

    I could not really give a shit whether some people get a kick out of co-auditing. What I do give a shit about is that the cult has been given a nice cuddly pr win on a platter by England's ever wise and thoughtful legal establishment. They have the right to carry on manipulating old women, perverting children and abusing the corporate tax system so that little Davey can upgrade his BMW fleet and have rare single malt whiskey shipped in from Scotland on the back of shattered families the like of the Cronins.

    Louise is one of my closest friends. She personifies this struggle against the cult for me. She and Mia represent a tiny fraction of the human fallout, the collateral damage this avaricious cult leaves in its wake. It gets overwhelming sometimes.

    Seeing keyboard jocks shaking their dicks at each other on this board leaves me questioning the wisdom of my sharing my outrage here.

    If indies want to help bring the bastard corporation down, then that is fucking well fine by me.

    Ever hear of the term 'divide and conquer?
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  2. RightOn Member


    wow
    thank you for sharing your story.
    I am so glad you are out.
    Continue to heal and enjoy your freedom
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  3. Cassie Member

    That's a single detail is all, and it seemed an appropriate way of explaining just how twisted things are in COS.


    RightOn, thanks for that.:)
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  4. Tell me, to which indy sites do I belong then? As it's the first I've heard about it. I am a member of SPs r Us. There are more indies here, where you appear to frequent, and you call yourself ex - indie. Have the balls to tell the truth? Why don't you have the balls to give your real name?
  5. My name is Inigo Montoya.

    Now chill the fuck out, Indie. I am not afraid of you, bainwashed idiot.
    Inigo montoya
    This message by Inigo montoya has been hidden due to negative ratings. (Show message)
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  6. Anonymous Member

    silly child, go play with your toys
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  7. Anonymous Member

    Pssst . . . your auditing is showing. Just sayinh.
  8. Anonymous Member

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    This is Lousie's brother Alex on the left, there seems to be some confusion over other side about if he is in or out? last year he made a sizeable donation to the new Birmingham org. Its on WWP somewhere.
  9. Oh yeah? I had 37.5 hours of auditing in total, hardly any in comparison to many here. So what you are reading is me, before auditing, I don't do anonymous, just saying.
  10. RolandRB Member


    Because it is a religion and religions can do what they want.
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  11. Anonymous Member

    http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthre...rmer-OSA-agent&p=887161&viewfull=1#post887161

  12. well I don't know you , therefore you don't know me. that's probably not your real name anyhow :D Of course you are not afraid of anybody, a nerd like you is always safe behind his computer.
  13. Cassie Member

    Inigo Montoya is a fictional character from "The Princess Bride".
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  14. not a movie buff either :D
  15. Cassie Member

    Nor am I, but you can find out quite a bit on these internetty things.
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  16. have to ration time on it. other things in real life.
  17. Cassie Member

    Naturally, and I checked the name as I read it.
    We all have lives except for Inigo Montoya.
  18. Anonymous Member

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  19. RightOn Member

    sane?
    the COS has a HUGE MU
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  20. Anonymous Member

    Not resigned now
    Above poster from 2012
    Both very much in
    I wish Louise the best and hope that she can get on with her life, despite the fucking cult that 5 judges think is a religion,
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  21. Anonymous Member

    ^^
    Poster from last year, not out now

    Anyway I wish Louise all the best
    Despite the fucking cult that 5 stuoopid judges think is a religion, a cult that practices disconnection
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  22. RolandRB Member


    I don't think the judges made a wrong decision. For sure, it was an unpopular decision, but it was not a wrong decision. "True religion" could belong to any group, including a cult. It is all to do with adjusting your life or your beliefs or your practices to bring it into line with what you think is the invisible force behind life and the universe in order to gain eternal life or "salvation". Such "salvation" might involve obnoxious and even disgusting practices. Any form of divine salvation is a religion, even if that means fucking chickens to gain heavenly grace.

    But now that Scientology has entered the mix of religions in the UK then I am totally opposed to ANY religion in the UK getting tax breaks. I want to see VAT applied to all monetary donations made to all religions in the UK. I want to see their "churches" paying the same rate of property tax as casinos and brothels. Fuck them all, now that Scientology has entered the mix.

    Also, why is it in the UK that religions are being subsidized, because tax breaks are effectively subsidies? I thought there was supposed to be a separation between state and religion (or is that just the US?). Why are places of religious worship free from property tax but not buildings where acid house raves are held? Why aren't football grounds free from property tax if churches are? Both are the gathering of people and both are open to the public. People go to supermarkets to shop, not to live, and you can wander around a supermarket without buying anything, so why are they paying property tax and "churches" not? Why is government subsidizing religions? Where in the UK constitution (WDNE) does it say they have the fucking right to extract money from people in the form of taxes so they can give it to these so-called "religions"?
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  23. Sad to say Roland that in the US, despite that separation of church and state thingy, religions still get a myriad of tax breaks. IMO, I would like to see some sort of public benefit test here to screen out those who aren't doing something for the public good.
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  24. Anonymous Member

    Siblings Cassie? End of story Plox.
  25. Anonymous Member

    So, Ive read up on emsb and am wondering wtf? Are the kids now safe? Functioning? Do they have a relationship with the youngers?
  26. Cassie Member

    Why do you ask?

    And for the sake of privacy it's better if you pm me with it
  27. Anonymous Member

    So I asked for the end of the story, because I am curious. Should you not feel like sharing more...okay: ) You put the personal stuff here and I was just asking for the end. No worries, just glad that you are here.
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  28. Cassie Member

    There's stuff I wouldn't want to put out there just yet. As for the end of the story, it's not in sight as far as I know.
  29. Anonymous Member

    Got it. Happiness and Luck to you. Derail/over
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  30. RolandRB Member


    You mean "public good" as in converting self-centred people over to their own religion so that they can slave hours for them and give them their money? Believe it or not, that is covered by both "public good" and "charitable acts" in UK law as well as US law.
  31. Cassie Member

    Cheers and the same to you.:)
  32. I was thinking more in terms of the Australian test. I know the system is flawed here, the assumption being for some reason if 'it's religion it has to be good'.
  33. RolandRB Member


    That won't work any more in the UK where Scientology is now recognised as being a religion. You are not allowed to discriminate between religions so it would be illegal to say one religion is charitable and so give them tax breaks and tell another religion that it is not charitable and so can not have tax breaks. They must all be treated equally. So brainwashing people and extracting huge sums of money out of them is now officially "charitable" in the UK.

    This means that The Family International is now a religion and a charity. They could open welcoming centres where they practice "flirty fishing" and these would be exempt from property tax in the UK. All religions are now equal.
  34. Quentinanon Member

    Nobody had the balls to tip off child protective services? These are the people who think that they can confront anything, but a minor who they don't like they "dispose of quietly and without sorrow."
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  35. RolandRB Member


    Now, now, don't grumble, it's an officially recognised religion in the UK. Soon, they will be able to dispose of their children quietly and without sorrow while being subsidised as a charity or as a tax-exempt place of religious worship.
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  36. RolandRB Member


    Those naughty children went to the child protection services themselves! Luckily, the child protection services tipped off OSA right away and delivered them back to the cult for an ethics handling.
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  37. Quentinanon Member

    How is it that the daughters are liable for the debts of their mother? Sounds like corrupt English Law.
  38. RolandRB Member

    I wonder if the "Devt" that these girls caused was in going to the child protection services to say they were being neglected and abused. Naughty girls -- causing all that bother! No wonder OSA made sure they got on that train and the train took them away and that they did not have money enough for a return journey -- they might have gone back to the social services again, and I am sure they have better things to do than to be bothered by two pesky girls.

    Well done, Scientology, on becoming a recognised religion in the UK. You deserve it, after all this effort.
  39. TrevAnon Member

    I don't know about English law, but it could be comparable to Dutch law. In the Netherlands there are three ways to (not) accept an inheritance.
    - Without any restraints, which means you get all the things the person owned, including debts
    - With the restraint that you only want it if there eventually is a gain to be had ("beneficiair aanvaarden")
    - Not accept it.
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