Toronto Dec 2012?

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Anonymous, Oct 31, 2012.

  1. SFAnons Member

    That's a shoop, right?
  2. SFAnons Member

    ^Just to be clear, I meant the thumbs up guy with the books.
  3. TorontosRoot Member

    Too bad I missed that event. In june? Where was the thing anyways? I know they had a tent and all, but I keep getting these things twisted mixed up. :/

  4. Hard to confirm exactly but it sounds like it was either July 22 or a little before. The fact that the Scilon twitter post was July 22 and the Liberal stooge's twitter twat was July 23 make me think so.

    It seems it was held on the candidate's turf; some sort of event and the Scilons were his guests. I could be wrong about this but that is what I get out of both of those tweets.
  5. TorontosRoot Member

    I think asking those people (not the scilons) about it and educating them might help. I have a feeling that twerp was a scilon in disguise.
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  6. DeathHamster Member

    Code: Embedded Scientology page
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  7. TorontosRoot Member

    so they only release it months later? I'll remember that date, which would be perfect for a flash raid. Haven't done one in ~ages~.
  8. Canada Drug Free or Scientology as it is more widely known was invited to Rathika Sitsabaiesan's (Member of Parliament (Scarborough-Rouge River) ), 4th Annual BBQ.

    More evidence of Scientology trying to gain some respect even if they don't deserve it.


    Those of you who have looked at the Twitter acct may notice that retired cop Armand LaBarge has left a message there as well. When he is not hanging out with the Moonies, he is with his friends from the Church of Scientology.
  9. TorontosRoot Member

    Good dox, now harpoons can be prepped.
  10. DeathHamster Member

    Just like Derek Lee before him.

    What is it about the MPs for Scarborough-Rouge River? Do they automatically get photographed molesting an under-age sheep when they assume office?
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  11. An example of her BBQ. This is from 2012. Check out the Drug Free Marshals kiosk at around the 55 second mark.

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    It's happening today.

    Deepening Understanding of Religious Diversity

    October 27, 2014, 9:15 AM

    Mississauga Ram Mandir, 270 Export Blvd, Mississauga, On L5S 1Y9

    You can still register if you get there at 8:00 am. It will cost you though (90 clams or 60 clams if you are a student).

    2:15 PM Concurrent Workshops
    Workshop D – The Religions of India: How are they related?
    Presenter: Dr. Sehdev Kumar, University of Toronto
    This presentation will provide a colourful overview of the historical and philosophical connections between the Dharmic traditions of the Indian subcontinent: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. Focus will be placed on the commonalities and differences in beliefs and practices.
    Workshop E – The Aboriginal Community of Peel Region
    Presenter: Cat (Mark) Criger, University of Toronto Mississauga Campus
    This workshop will provide an overview of The Mississaugas of New Credit First Nation and other Aboriginal Communities in Peel Region. Participants will gain an understanding of the local Aboriginal groups that provide cultural services, programs and events for the growing Aboriginal population. In addition, participants will explore the contributions of Aboriginal spirituality to building peace among all religious traditions.
    Workshop F – Panel Discussion: Religions of the World
    Presenters: Rev Pat Felske (Scientology), Bahaa Guirguis & Sam Fanous (Coptic Orthodox), Liz Chappel (Baha’i)
    This workshop will include a panel presentation with representatives from three faith traditions (Coptic Orthodox, Baha’i, and Scientology) to discuss the myths and realities of practicing their religious traditions.
    3:30 PM Closing Remarks

    If that isn't enough the former Deputy Guardian Canada will be there as well.

    I am talking about Bryan Levman. After the Operation Snow White blew up in Hubbard's fat face the former Reverend Levman became a rat and turned against the cult. Looks like he has been through a few changes in the last 30 plus years, to say the least. He is now a professor at the University of Toronto. Wonder if he will hang out with his old buddies from the Cult of Scientology?:D

    10:45 AM Concurrent Workshops
    Workshop A – Faces of Islam
    Presenter: Dr. Hussein Khimjee
    This workshop will provide participants with an overview of the cultural, religious dynamics within the religion of Islam. It will explore the basic common themes and differences in beliefs & practices within Sunni, Shi’a and Sufi traditions of Islam. The workshop will include the unique experiences of practicing Islam in the Middle East, Caribbean and Asian cultural contexts.
    Workshop B – Faces of Buddhism
    Presenter: Professor Bryan Levman, University of Toronto
    This workshop will provide participants with an overview of Theravada, Mahayana and Tibetan Buddhism with a focus on the commonalities and differences in beliefs and practices. Participants will be given a look at the cultural influences of Buddhism as it has developed over the centuries in its movement through the Asian continent and throughout the world.

    Bryan Levman received his B.A. in English Language and Literature from U of T in 1969, afterwards pursuing a career in Communications & Marketing. He went back to school in 1991, receiving an MSc. (Geology) in 2001 from U of T. Since then he has been studying Buddhism, Sanskrit, Tibetan, Pali and Classical Chinese, pursuing his interest in isolating Buddha’s earliest teachings and studying the transmission process, through Comparative Philology and other means. Bryan is currently a PHD candidate in his fifth year of the graduate program and has completed the first draft of his dissertation entitled, The Earliest Recoverable Language of Buddhism, Linguistic Ambiguities, and the Process of its Transmission.

    Rather than copy pasting even more dox; I will just say that Bryan and his wife Rosie have also spent some time doing actual real good charitable works as opposed to the fraudulent abominations that the Cult of Scientology are known for with their front groups.

    I don't know for sure but I get the feeling he is totally finished with Scientology and probably has nothing but scorn for the ''indies'' as well.

    The idea of OSA Felske and ''traitor'' Levman being at the same conference is delicious. I hope the Cult of Scientology doesn't try to mess with him.
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  13. TorontosRoot Member

    If this is in mississauga, I can't attend. Got many things to take care of. If I could go (and shell out some clams), I would and then... ask questions and keep my fawkes mask visible, but not on my face.
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  14. DeathHamster Member

    The dynamics if they should pass in the hallway would be interesting to watch.

    Category:Bryan Levman
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  15. Sounds like the 26th annual Drug-Free Marshals event will be on November 30, 2014.

    Performance Troupe @ Drug-Free Marshals Christmas Festival

    November 30 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
    26th Annual Drug-Free Marshals Christmas Festival
    Time TBA

    Or at least that what the TANDEM STUDIOS website says. They are a dance school in Toronto.

    That is all for now. Funny how Scientology itself hasn't said a word about it yet. I get the feeling they will announce the event after the fact.
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  16. RightOn Member

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  17. TorontosRoot Member

    Hope it is not TOO cold for that event. Dundas square costs them a minimum of $6,000 for security and everything. Or is it more? :D
  18. DeathHamster Member

    There is a Dwight C. Murphy listed:
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  19. TorontosRoot Member

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  20. Earl Smith and his interfaith thing.

    Minutes of the May 21/ 2914 meeting.

    Scientology in the Pan American Games? I sure hope not.

    Anyway, I hope this is of use to someone here. At least it gives you the names of those involved.
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  21. Anonymous Member

    Attached Files:

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  22. This time of the year also has International Human Rights Day, which is December 10 and on a Wednesday this year. Expect something from YFHR aka Nicole Crellin and company. It would be assumed that they would hold an event on this day but there is nothing stopping them from holding the event a little earlier either. It would not surprise me if they announce this event after it has happened but we will see.
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  23. TorontosRoot Member

    The most people I expect to see (due to the freezing weather expected) will be in the 100's or less, but the cult will photoshop it to look like thousands. :p

    Would be interesting to see unmasked critics to invade and infiltrate... lol Cuz you know, security would kick them out. Unless the mask was on the arm of a coat and you explained to security you were just there for the hot chocolate (as most were that day).
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  24. [IMG]

    It is too bad that all of this Scilon activity has to happen but I find it even worse that it has to happen around the anniversary of Lisa McPherson's death by Scientology.
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  25. DeathHamster Member

    Tempting to drop in, observe (and record) the event.

    With these kind of side-shows, I try to be honest and ask: If anyone else was doing it, would it be an objectionable event?

    Their Narconon/Drug Free World/Marshalls fail that test due to the badly incorrect information, and the general view from experts that their presentation is unlikely to steer anyone away from drugs.
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  26. Speaking abou YFHR; there is this quote from a member of this (front) group. There was an international YFHR summit in Belgium recently.


    The search showed no obvious connections to Scientology but I have a hard time thinking anyone could be so gung-ho about YFHR without being some sort of clam. (A wog would join Amnesty International before YFHR, in my opinion.)

    Is it possible that she got involved in all of this through Applied Scholastics and is not a clam but just a well intentioned dupe and is not OSA?

    I suppose anything is possible. Maybe Scientology wants her to stay a wog just to show critics that not all its front groups are populated totally by clams. I know I would do that if I was running the cult. Having a few wogs around always helps. ( Omar Garrison oops! , Thomas Szasz)

    Her Linkedin page yields this admission:


    G.A.P. Cross Cultural Trainer Certificate

    2013 – Present
    Fundamentals of Instruction

    Applied Scholastics International

    2006 – Present
    Honorary LRH Public Relations Officer

    2008 – Present
    Wine & Spirits Education Trust - Level 2

    November 2012 – Present

    The LRH Public Relations Officer title is honorary but one would think that a wog would find the title just a little weird if not creepy. Oh well, whatever.

    Her FaceBook page gives us a cover photo with the ''Reverend'' Earl Smith.


    Notice the ''Human Rights'' books on the coffee table and the Rogers TV mugs. Since the good preacher man Smith has a TV show of Rogers; I am going to assume that this is from his show.
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  27. DeathHamster Member

    Yep, she sure looks like a youth.
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  28. TorontosRoot Member

    Also quite tempted to go and record the whole thing, maybe even bring my mask and pull it out at the end of it to see how they would react, or just mention xenu during the discussion. Lol.
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  29. Maybe bring a few Lisa McPherson leaflets. I am sure that they would like to know how Lisa's human rights were violated. Or maybe they wouldn't want to know, hard to tell with these human rights people.
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  30. TorontosRoot Member

    It would have to be on a day i'm free, seems on a Wednesday. I'll have to ensure i'm free then (and that I don't forget either).
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  31. HellRazor Member

    You forgot this from her Linkedin page:

    I'm pretty sure Art of Management is a WISE company or Hubbard management company.
    Scilon link ->

    She also performed "at Nathan Phillip’s Square for the “Drug Marshall’s”(sic) Christmas Concert in 2008".
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  32. Oh great Xenu I'll be in Toronto that week! I'm in.
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  33. Thanks. I missed that. Looks like she is even clammier than I originally thought.

    Funny how there isn't any listing of ''completions'' of auditing or tech courses for Little Miss Magna. Those kind of omissions are usually reserved for OSA operatives and even some of those OSA bots get some or all of their completions listed in Scientology publications. Wonder if she is OSA?
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  34. DeathHamster Member

    Janice Wheeler (Art of Management*) was one of the seven convicted in the Ontario Snow White.

    11) AND FURTHER, CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF TORONTO, JAQUELINE MATZ, JAAN JOOT and JANICE WHEELER, an official employed by the Ministry of the Attorney General for the Province of Ontario, STAND CHARGED THAT they, within the period commencing on or about the 25th day of April, 1974 and ending on or about the 11th day of July, 1975, at the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, unlawfully did commit a breach of trust in connection with the duties of the office held by JANICE WHEELER, in that the latter disclosed to unauthorized persons information coming to her knowledge or possession by reason of her office, contrary to s.111 of the Criminal Code.

    Janice Wheeler was found guilty on charge #11.
    Wheeler had sent copies of secret documents from the office of the Attorney General of Ontario to the Guardian's Office, and allowed a member of that office to go through ministry files in an unsuccessful attempt to find a file on Scientology.

    * Presumably no relation to Hanan Islam/Alfreddie Johnson's Art of Management, just a clammy name.
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  35. Orgsclosed Member

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  36. HellRazor Member

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  37. This is old Scilon interfaith shit from 2010 but I thought it would be of some interest.

    We all know about that and we all know what the general opinion of that is.

    I find this a little more interesting:

    Maybe I am totally ignorant but I didn't know the grasping money-hungry Church of Scientology actually gave a shit about Food Banks and helping out the downstat wogs. I just hope it wasn't rice and beans that they donated. Yeah, I know. In reality they don't give a shit. It is just that they have to do something good in order to impress the legit religions that they try to hang out with.

    By the way; only 8 more shopping days until the Drug Free Marshals Christmas Festival.
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  38. DeathHamster Member

    They like food and toy donation drives because they can look good twice!
    1. They look good because they can be collecting food/toys from non-Scientologists, and take lots of photos.
    2. Then they can turn around and give the donations to some needy group, and take lots of photos.
    All it costs them is the time of their workers, and that's free!
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  39. RightOn Member

    Yes just like when the VMs go to a disaster site and help hand out OTHER DONOR'S donations.
    They are scummy through and through.
    Only thing they hand out is TWTH pamphlets and touch assists. And we all know the pamphlets were paid for by some dentist sheeple or other COS member.
    Hubbard's rules on "out exchange" were very clear. In other words, you don't do something or give away something for nothing, it is totally frowned upon and not following the tech.
    They are looking for photo ops and getting cuddly with the police and town officials. And looking charitable in the eyes of the public.
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