Discussion in 'Scientology and Anonymous' started by Queer fag, Apr 9, 2011.
[quote="Anonymous, post: 1804
Protip: If you can't beat down Herro's statements on here in a calm and reaonable manner, then you're fucked if you end up having to debate with Scilons in real life.
years later, they left Scientology and lived happily ever after
slobeck said: ↑
little rabbit herro,
hoppin through the message board,
pickin' up the anon kids and boppin' em on the head.
dooooooowwwwwnnn came Miranda and she said....
little rabbit Herro,
You know I really hate it, yo
all this pickin' up the anon kids and boppin' em on the head!
And Herro said
"Meh, Fuck off" "wanna fuck?"
as in ancient movie Eyes Wide Shut, which seems to be based on the premise that Tom is a psych and Nicole is OSA and she marries him to fair game him
or Nicole is just in a cult and he finds out - but why is she undercover?
Or, is the plot just too messed up to understand?
Or, is this comment meant to suggest that Herro, like Nicole is undercover?
Or, is this comment really slap worthy?
Nicole is hot, far too good for little Tom Thumb.
but what is that movie about?
historical online articles:
What Christians Need to Know about Scientology
What is Scientology?
Satanism, Scientology & Suicide
Playboy Interview with L. Ron Hubbard Jr
Hubbard believed he was Satan Incarnate
http://www.exposingsatanism.org/scientology.htm - doesn't link
same article available at
"This description has been tailored to people who have never been Scientologists and seek a simple and short explanation . . ." Roland Rashleigh-Berry
interview with Ronald Dewolfe was with Penthouse and not Playboy
The Fable part 1 - 4
The Fable, appendix 2, Celebrity Master List (historic)
yes she is beautiful
but no , he's handsome, educated, rich, kind (did she get half a billion in divorce) but he should get off the koolaid
is it true CofS has suicide waivers, signed before starting courses or counselling?
well, there is the purification rundown - http:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purification_Rundown
its only $5,200.00!
-per wikipedia, 2009 price
Ms Vonthehoff—"The experiences include bullying and harassment; two
coerced abortions; Scientology justice procedures, including court
hearings resulting in removal of freedoms; forced financial
donations; severe financial stress; working a minimum of 40 hours
and up to 70 hours a week for no pay; removal of my Australian
passport while studying for Scientology in the US, so I was unable
to leave; working under duress all night on many occasions while my
young children were forced to stay at the office and sleep on the
lounge; threats of loss of my family if I tried to leave;
psychological abuse; being forced to sign a suicide waiver, freeing
Scientology of all responsibility if I caused myself any harm, when
I made it clear how much I wanted to leave; and interrogation
regarding my personal life and sex life."
above is from http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/scientology_rates_relief#outgoing-83684
anyone have other info on being forced to sign a suicide waiver?
yeah, you khow swoooosh then its wccckkkiiik, itttticy, you see, bing bohg, like that, until eventually Dept 20, well, they those fellas, you know, swooosh, kibbity bop,I Think David Miscavige made me sign oneI was, you know, bibbibity bop bop, you see, because this fellow, well, he's not even anywhere near, this whole swooshy, swoosh phenomena, its like, zzzzzziiiiinnnnggg and before you know it its this whole, brrrrriiiizzzzzz, well you get the idea
wow, that does make sense!
could not find any info on suicide waivers
did find an article which describes clergy,church and parishioners
para 13, 14 "The Legal Dilemma for The Church"
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