Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

Discussion in 'Jett Travolta' started by j0eg0d, Jan 5, 2009.

  1. NotBobMinton Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    No. It has been reported in several news articles prior to Torry mentioning it. Including the fact that he was not receiving any anti-seizure medication.
  2. muldrake Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    Very true. Celebs and rich people, and to a lesser extent publics, get to do nearly anything that isn't actually critical of Scientology. But if you're staff or SO, that's a lot different. Of course, it also depends what you let them get away with. If you are a floor mat, they'll walk all over you with constant demands for money, time, whatever.

    Also re the OP, the usual cult response to a true accusation isn't to deny it, but to pretend you're angry about it. OOOOH IM ANGWY IM VEWY VEWY ANGWY ABOUT THAT!!! LEAVE MY MOTHER OUT OF THIS!!
  3. zucchini Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    John is furious over the discussion of his son's illness and death. But what comes around goes around.... He was quite vocal when Anna Nicole Smith died, making assumptions about the cause of her death and saying Scientology would have saved her. So, he's a hypocrite.

    And, again I say, what's the use of the bathroom chime, if the 'nanny' doesn't sprint to the bathroom when he hears it to take care of Jett, to make sure no seizure occurs in the most dangerous room in the place with all the hard surfaces, and if it does, to protect him?

    Feb 28, 2007, 17:36 GMT

    Anna Nicole is still on ice, awaiting a proper burial. It hasn't stopped actor John Travolta inserting himself into the cirque de Anna, allegedly claiming Scientology and its Narconon program could have saved her.

    The Wild Hogs star has allegedly decided to use her death as an opportunity to promote the controversial Scientology drug rehab methods, and is claiming it could have saved the Smith's life.

    The most recent findings reported by the National Enquirer claim it was pneumonia, not drugs, that killed her.

    According to UK website Metro, Travolta allegedly said: "It's so sad. We could have helped her with Narconon but didn't get a chance to. I wish we had."

    John Travolta's Scientology hindsight for Smith

    There are many other articles about Travolta and ANS.
  4. Oswald2001 Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    Anger is often the first line of defense of the DENIAL process.

    Remain angry enough and you may be able to remain in denial.

    The thing is, though, you have to keep increasing the anger in order NOT to see reality.

    Over time, as the anger increases to RAGE and FURY...sanity slips away.

    Hey. Whatever it takes to keep reality far far away.

    This explains a lot about the appearance and behavior of the Cultists.
  5. auchraw Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    Jump on you from a great height with spiked boots. And see how you like that.

    Sorry, this poster annoys me. It's way beyond his bedtime.
  6. auchraw Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    Dear Buttons: if you are seriously anti Co$ this is not a useful argument. Every religion that I know anything about personally lurks around those who have personal problems, or even minor instabilities, ranging from death of parent/child to taking up a place in a distant university. They exploit your situation by luring you in with prayer and sympathy (and CAEK, alas). They don't need a scale of charges; they just take your immortal soul (for what it is worth) and as much as they can grab of your disposable assets. Only Scientology is better at brainwashing its victims and getting their money.
  7. auchraw Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    Second this.
  8. Buttons Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims


    The "Religion is free---Scientology is not" protest signs/chants are more what I was referring to.
  9. Kilia Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    This also explains alot about Hubbard. ;-)
  10. Oswald2001 Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    All sanctioned Cultist behavior is traceable to Jesus H. Hubbard.

    Hubbard, having a narcissistic/sociopathic personality, got into trouble in the U.S. Navy because of his Delusions of Grandeur.

    Hubbard wanted to run the U.S. Navy as if it were his own and was not allowed to do so. His response was to try to create his own Navy.


    Hubbard had a breakdown and wanted to receive disability payments. The shrinks wouldn't enable his scam and he got pissed.

  11. Relyt Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    I hate it when people argue this. "Religions" don't go around asking people for money, people do. And that's all of what Scientology is about, behind the curtain. You won't find anything in the bible that tells preachers and whatnot to push folks into giving them money, but you might see something like that in official policies written by L. Ron Hubbard.
  12. Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    Not to mention the FACT that if you ask a xian what they believe they will hand you a bible, if you ask a Jew what they believe they will hand you a Torah, if you ask a muslim what they believe they will hand you a Koran..but if you ask a scientologist what they believe they will ask YOU to HAND THEM a CHECK!
  13. none given Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    Those bastards.

    I once read this sociopath freak posting about how infants cry to manipulate people and take advantage of their mother's need for affection.

    Do you not know the difference between a lover and a whore?
  14. subgenius Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    Sure, there are some similarities to religions.
    The differences are why we fight.
  15. crockhat Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    Sorry if someone else covered this point, but...

    "Pronounced dead at hospital" is often just a formality. Paramedics can't pronounce someone dead, even if they clearly are dead. That requires a doctor. Hence, often people only get pronounced at the hospital.
  16. RedOrbifold Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    yep, for example, if someone's head is crushed by a dump truck tire (like a generic shock image) they can't be called dead until there is a doctor present.

    although they don't have to say pronounced dead in the articles and newspapers because "no pulse" is often enough to clear things up
  17. crockhat Member

    Re: Travolta "furious" Over Autism claims

    Also, I believe there are only one or two cases where paramedics are not required to attempt resuscitation: one of which is decapitation.

Share This Page

Customize Theme Colors


Choose a color via Color picker or click the predefined style names!

Primary Color :

Secondary Color :
Predefined Skins