What people are saying about Scientology on YouTube

Discussion in 'Media' started by The Wrong Guy, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. The Wrong Guy Member

    Occasionally I'll search YouTube to see what new videos there are that mention Scientology:

    We can use this thread to post interesting new videos that may not warrant their own threads but are still worth sharing.

    Here's one that was uploaded about an hour ago. The first mention of Hubbard is at 4:45.

    Hollywood Cult Files 1 - Why is Scientology Crap?

    Published on Aug 8, 2012 by Sunshine Love

    Not for the eyes of babes. Rated NC-17. Seriously fucked-up shit in here about Scientology.
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  2. Anonymous Member


    She got most of it right. I wonder where she got those excellent video clips from the 40's from???? In 5 hours, she has over 40 views already ...good job! ......I hope she is smart enough to have a good security system at her home......and keeps her car locked up in a garage - cuz we all know that the cult is crazzzzy and doesn't have a sense of humor.

  3. JohnnyRUClear Member

    She sure looks familiar....

    The jumpy edits are annoying, IMO, but the overall style is entertaining and she does pack a lot into a short vid. Nice work.
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  4. Anonymous Member

    bare bewbs at 0:21
  5. anoninoob Member

    10,000 Homo DJ's "Supernaught" for the win!!
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  6. The Wrong Guy Member

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  7. Anonymous Member

    Am too lazy to find out if this has been posted.

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  8. The Wrong Guy Member

    Scientology's Greatest Hits

    Published on Aug 21, 2012 by Alan Sabier

    Rape is good food. The Church of Scientology is the greatest thing in the world. I have learned to tell time, tie my shoes, and order inanimate objects around like they were mere inanimate objects. I also have gained the ability to spectralize other people's farts and read the Dianetic tone therein. I am equipped with the full tech of Operating Thetan XXV. I bang your mama every night and she likes it. Too bad about Bill Cosby, he's had a rough time of it lately. Anyhoo, piss on you, my tongue turns blue, I don't see anymore of you. I was singing that to Miss Cabbage, the Holy Leader of The Church of Scatology. I am so happy that they are about to unhinge so that when I get sued to the stitch of my britches, they should soon after go out of business from all the fees and court costs and shit like that. Piss Cabbage would be a better name for fuckity fuck Miscavige. I would love to see him try the arm-bar on me. I would buy him a bag of french fries he'd never dreamed of. French fries filled with my knuckles! OK, the vid has uploaded. I can stop now. Piss off.
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  9. Anonymous Member

    looked like an Eyes Wide Shut scene
  10. The Wrong Guy Member

    Demon Hunter - The Science of Lies lyrics

    Published on Aug 28, 2012 by Tom Torbeyns

    Album: The Triptych
    Track number: 9
    Released: October 25, 2005

    Extra information:

    Anyone up for Scientology? Hope not. If you don't know much about it, do some research -- it'll entertain you how comical the thing is. It's basically a science-fiction novel turned cult.

    This song is about the insanity of Scientology and more so, what Scientology isn't -- which is the TRUTH.

    "Oh, and there are accounts of people who have spoken out negatively about Scientology being killed. So consider me a marked man."

    - Ryan Clarck (vocalist - Demon Hunter)


    Bow down - before the god of cash
    The philosophy of modern man is leaking fast
    No foundation for the frame by which you set your mind
    Just a legacy of fiction for the feeble to find
    Desperation breeding faith unto a pitiful lie
    "Give us your money and we'll open up our gullible eyes"
    No redemption, not a reason, but a symbol of why
    This digression of surrender is the science of lies

    Believe the sacred blasphemy
    They feed
    That hollow voice inside of your head
    Receive the fleeting fallacy
    They breathe
    Trace every step from where you were led
    Look back and tell yourself what they said
    (Now flee)

    And now you feel it pulling down
    How can you buy into a faith that hasn't permanent ground?
    Give me blood-soaked, sacrificial worth
    Not the artificial product of a fraudulent birth
    Give me selfless, consecrated reprise
    Not a worthless contribution to the science of lies


    Feel it pulling down

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  12. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Next time record him instead of the wind. :-(
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  13. The Wrong Guy Member

    A couple of struggling musicians with some time to kill took a tour of the Saint Paul org and recorded it.

    TrulyFineCitizen Thom Yorke gets an E-Meter reading!

    Published on Sep 6, 2012 by TFCrowne

    While visiting Saint Paul, Minnesota, Nick Crowne and Thom Yorke of Truly Fine Citizen stumbled upon a large and impressive building called The Church of Scientology. Inside there were a bunch of TV screens, books, pictures of L. Ron Hubbard, fancy architecture, a nice lad named Troy, and a very welcoming front desk lady. What a happy-fun time!
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  14. The Wrong Guy Member

    Bob Hope Talks About Scientologists

    Published on Sep 16, 2012 by MotorCityRedneck

    Even legendary actor Bob Hope was hip to Scientology.
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    Scientology Prank Call - Body Thetan

    Published on Sep 17, 2012 by John Doe

    How to get rid of a Body Thetan in the CO$
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  16. The Wrong Guy Member

    Here's an excellent report that's worth watching.

    The Secrets of Scientology: TomKat Divorce Spotlights Controversial Religion

    Published on Jul 18, 2012 by rnntv

    Richard French Live is joined by Scientology expert and Editor-in-Chief of the Village Voice, Tony Ortega. Scientology has often been the center of controversy most recently as a backdrop of the divorce between Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. Debbie Cook, former Clearwater Scientology leader, also recently settled a lawsuit after testifying that she and other workers were abused within the church. Ortega and the panel discuss the beliefs of the religion, treatment of members by its leaders and high profile celebrities who have defected from the church.
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  17. The Wrong Guy Member

    NYC Anonymous Counters Scientology Truck With Our Own

    Published on Sep 24, 2012 by SDBSeth

    Ah, the Truck Op. This happened in June of 2012.

    This is one of the better videos we have, and I like it a lot.

    After almost a year of Scientology blocking our protests with a truck, we decided to use their own thing to fuck them into sadness. Obviously, we did it better. The cult desperately tried to shield their members from the fact that we're out there, and also from our sharp insults and ridicule.

    More details on what happened:

    For more fun tales of fuck you, visit

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    Happy Halloween, Scientology!

    Published on Oct 17, 2012 by Neillbradley1

    Coming soon to an IAS near you!
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  19. Anonymous Member

    Interesting advert showing when i wathed this vid

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  20. Anonymous Member

    The editing sucks donkey balls.
    sucks donkey balls
    donkey balls
  21. Anonymous Member

    Its a Jibjab ecard, what do you expect?
  22. Anonymous Member

    Talking about the video in the OP.
  23. Anonymous Member

    sorry. nvm. continue on
  24. Anonymous Member

    This is hilarious........over 36 thousand views in 4 days!

    Scientology Minister Accused Of Molesting Thetans

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  25. Anonymous Member

    i can't watch these anymore.
    /burnout on my lulz factor
    short attention span.
    original vid has approx 9 million views.
    people still talk about it.
    i am bored.
    that was my haiku.
    for you.
  26. The Wrong Guy Member

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    Scientology protesters don't know

    Published on Oct 28, 2012 by iamitchey

    I don't think there are many people who know the correct way to protest Scientology.

    Here are a few of my thoughts on the subject.
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  28. I watched the whole video and enjoyed the anecdotes, but what was the main idea? The premise is that the protesters are out there Doing It Wrong, like he's got some magic formula to wake people up, but he doesn't really explain any details on what to do.

    Around 5 mins or whenever, when he starts saying something about, "if I were out there protesting, I'd ask them how what they believed was true..." as if you actually get more than 5 seconds to try to make a talking point and get to have real conversations with them. Then he rebuts his own argument by predicting (correctly, IMO) that the Scns would just reply by claiming they've seen the real results in themselves, their friends, etc.

    So what was the point? Did I miss something?
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  29. The Wrong Guy Member

    Near the start of the video, from 24 seconds to 56 seconds, he explains that mentioning Xenu to most Scientologists isn't a good idea, since so few of them have gotten to the point where Xenu is discussed.
  30. Anonymous Member

    A lot of Scientologists may not know about Xenu and it may make protesters look crazy or weird but it pisses off the OSA and they will do anything to suppress this information. Surely that alone is enough to make some of the Scilons wonder just what is going on.

    I don't think there is a sure fire way to talk to Scilon to bring him round. I am more in favour of just doing everything and anything one can think of. It is easy for that guy to give advice especially when it sounds like he has never even tried to talk to a Scilon. His ideas may be good but I don't think his are the only ways to do it and they won't work on everyone the same way. More importantly is the fact that someone just does something(s) and goes out there and tries; which is what all you protester do anyway and I thank you all for your efforts. It is making a difference. The OSA thinks so too. That's why they do what they do.

    It's a big subject and there is a lot to say about it but I just want to keep this short. Just my 2 cents for now. Keep up the protest people. The OSA hates it.
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  31. The Wrong Guy Member

    A reading from Dianetics

    Published on Nov 4, 2012 by kekman000

    A short reading from that font of knowledge, Dianetics, one of the most helpful and intelligent holy books ever written.

    May Scientology prosper forever, and remember to be silent around babies and unconscious people.
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  32. RightOn Member

    lol ^^ this is a great idea
    just read the loonyness out loud directly from Dianetics in short little vids.
    then people will know exactly what is in Dianetics and they won't buy it. Well they really don't buy it now, but it is a lulzy idea the way it was presented.
    Hail Ketan!! which rhymes with thetan
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  35. The Wrong Guy Member

    From Facebook:

    Tony Ortega shared a link.

    We're working on several developing stories here at the underground bunker and didn't have time for a regular Monday morning post. To tide you over, we spotted this fun video over at WWP and wanted to get your thoughts on it.

    Dianetics Read Aloud: Let Ron’s Wisdom Wash Over You | ortegaunderground

  36. Anonymous Member

    Fasted growing religion
  37. Anonymous Member

    He breaks it down
  38. Anonymous Member

    Little snip
    How can OSA hate it when they are not even Clear, they have No idea what you are talking about. At flag none of the SO are clear and that is their mecca so talking about xenu or whatever is just gibberish to them.
  39. Anonymous Member

    While they hide their membership figures very closely with all of the recent defections of higher up figures who would know as they worked at Int they have about 25,000 members worldwide. One former member in I believe 2006-07 stated they had 30,000 e-mtrs made, remember they are supposed to have two per member. And after that building and assembly period they still had a Lot left on the shelves.

    Scientology the World's Fastest Declining Cult.
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  40. Anonymous Member

    If that is true then at least they will have the name "Xenu" to remember. If it is mentioned enough, they certainly will remember. Some of them may even start asking uncomfortable questions about "Xenu". Some may then start looking up the name "Xenu" or "Xemu" on the internet it they have access to a computer. I see nothing wrong with bringing up the name "Xenu" repeatedly to these clams. It sounds like it would do more good than harm even if it is gibberish to them.

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