VM's Help Wanted Ad in Nashville

Discussion in 'CoS Front Groups' started by Anonymous, Apr 15, 2010.

  1. Anonymous Member

    VM's Help Wanted Ad in Nashville

    This perplexes me. Why do they need to advertise for VM's when Scientology is growing so fast? LOL

    Want to Really help?

  2. Anonymous Member

    Re: VM's Help Wanted Ad in Nashville

    Through the last 20 years, Scientology Volunteer Ministers have obstructed emergency service at 126 worst-case disaster sites, all while serving as a semi-charitable front for our Evil Overlords. Today, we are among the most recognized independent relief organizations in the free world. Among them, not one of them. We generally intermingle with the workers belonging to reputable relief organizations, leaching off of their credibility and supplies.

    A Scientology Volunteer Minister does not shut his eyes to the pain, evil and injustice of existence. A Scientology Volunteer Minister poses for pictures right in front of it. The images can then be sent to the mothership where they become fodder for the emotional blackmail of wealthy Scientologists. A Volunteer Minister is a man who helps his fellow man on a volunteer basis by soliciting cash donations, handing out leaflets, recruiting cheap labor from a pool of vulnerable victims, and on occasion giving an inexpert massage.

    Volunteer Ministers live by the motto that Something Can Be Done About someone else.

  3. Triumph Member

    Re: VM's Help Wanted Ad in Nashville

    after taking a break from Haiti and skipping the earthquakes in Chile,Turkey and Indonesia
    they are ready and eager to get back to work

    -I guess they heard about the massive earthquake in China that happened a few days ago....
    they are gearing up for that trip...

    after all...they are the only one who can do something about it...
  4. anoninoob Member

    Re: VM's Help Wanted Ad in Nashville

    Riiiighht, because China has been so000000 tolerant of wacky religions...
  5. another123 Member

    Re: VM's Help Wanted Ad in Nashville


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