Who Are The Anonymous?
$cientology’s Greatest Mystery : Bloody Lies and Bloody Deaths
The world is filled with troubled people, and they follow every faith known to us. Co$ claims that its members are happier and better adjusted than those who do not practice their doctrines. And yet, many of those happy, well-adjusted people are dead -- either by their own hand or from what relatives describe as “criminal conduct” by the cult. Several such deaths occurred at Co$’s Flag Land Base at the Harrison Hotel in Clearwater, Florida” Lisa McPherson (age 36) held against her will for over two weeks and died of dehydration. Heribert Pfaff (age 31) died of an epileptic seizure after a $cientology “doctor” prescribed vitamins instead of anti-convulsive medication. Josephus Havenith (age 45) “drowned” in a bathtub with his head above the water which was hot enough to burn off his skin. A fourth victim remains unidentified. His body was found in the boiler-room, used by the cult in their Rehabilitation Project Force -- which is a fancy way of saying the “hole” as used in prisons to confine the most difficult prisoners. Other deaths include: Noah Antrim (age 24) -- jumper; Susan Meister (age 23) -- gunshot; Roberto Deplano (age 20) -- jumper; Oscar A, Mario M and Wilhelm Mack (age 37) -- hanged themselves. Those who died of natural causes, such as Paride Ella (age 22) and Giuseppe Tomba (age 26) -- sudden illness; and Gabriella Bramucci (age 55) -- cancer, were told by Co$ “doctors” that all sickness is psychosomatic and death is due to failed adherence to Co$ doctrines.
The Truth about Scientology
As the children of the internet, Anonymous is an international confederation spanning all ages who have come together to share common interests. Their dispute with Scientology started in 2008 when the massively funded and highly litigious cult interfered with free speech on the internet. As world citizens we are concerned about an unscrupulous cult operating with impunity, viciously silencing its critics and their power plans for our society and politics. Our protest is both for the public good and our own amusement.
It seems inconceivable in 21st century America that we should fear any faith, and yet there is ample proof that religions worldwide are determined to enforce their beliefs on the unwilling. While there are many clashing ideals of greater importance, we of the Anonymous feel that the so-called Church of Scientology presents a dangerous precedent to the Constitutional protections we all enjoy and share. Many have said “it can’t happen here,” but then a lot of Europeans thought the same back in the 1930s. It started 50 years ago with an idea by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard. He created a vast money-making scheme, originally disguised as a self-help program. Designed to bilk millions of dollars from its adherents, Scientology operated without a shred of scientific proof that any part of the program actually worked. Over time the international organization claimed to be a religion, but one clothed in military uniforms and fancy titles. With a huge financial war-chest, a private navy, and an army of lawyers and investigators, it bears no semblance to any religion. If you don’t believe us, read on. We have done our homework and the research is with us.
We are Anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.
Well, we wouldn’t be very anonymous if you could see our faces, right ? It is not our intention to freak out others, but honestly, we have good reason to keep our identities hidden. Co$’s Fair Game policy states that enemies may be “tricked, sued or lied to or destroyed.” They have followed protestors
Why Do We Wear Masks?
Visit these websites to learn more YouFoundTheCard.Com WhyWeProtest.net Scientology-Exposed.com ExScientologyKids.com WhyAreTheyDead.net XenuTV.com AnonymousDC.com
to learn our identities, harass us with frivolous lawsuits or threats to our family, friends and employers. The Co$ believes that if they make our lives hell we will go away. It won’t work with us. We will stay and we will shine the light of truth into all the cult’s dark corners.
All it takes for evil to succeed is that good people do nothing. Get informed. Get involved.
If “Religion” Is Free, Why Does This One Cost SO MUCH?
Paranoia costs money, and greed supplies it. It costs over $300,000 to get “clear” -- that is to reach the upper levels of the cult. Not everyone makes it. They run out of money and leave, sometimes by suicide. Others just remain ignorant, underpaid and abused by a cult that has only one goal in life: your money and if they have to steal your kids to get it, that’s ok too. The Church of Scientology . . . is a hugely profitable global racket that survives by intimidating members and critics in a Mafia-like manner. At times during the past decade, prosecutions against Scientology seemed to be curbing its menace. . . . In recent years hundreds of longtime Scientology adherents -- many charging that they were mentally or physically abused -- have quit the church and criticized it at their own risk. Some have sued the church and won; others have settled for amounts in excess of $500,000. In various cases judges have labeled the church “schizophrenic and paranoid” and “corrupt, sinister and dangerous. . . . Scientology is now run by David Miscavige, 31, a high school dropout and second-generation church member. Defectors describe him as cunning, ruthless and so paranoid about perceived enemies that he kept plastic wrap over his glass of water. from Time Magazine online, 1991
OT3: The Wall of Fire I Paid Over $300,000 for THIS
The following text is adapted from ExScientologyKids. com It takes years for a Scientologist to reach OT3. When they finally do get to the point where they are ready to do OT3, they actually have to be invited to do the level. And . . . they have to sign a waiver stating that they will never reveal the secrets [nor] hold the CoS responsible for any emotional damage that may result from reading them. Finally . . . they are led into a locked room and given a folder to read, the contents of which . . . are called the OT3 materials. 75 million years ago, an evil being named Xenu decided to solve a population problem on his galactic colony by exiling a bunch of people to Earth. Xenu then did a ton of horrible things to these people, like drugging them, placing their bodies around a volcano, and blowing them up with H-bombs. But that really only took care of the physical problem. Xenu . . . wanted to make sure the ‘thetans’ (spirits / souls) of those people didn’t come back and reincarnate on his colony. So when the souls started leaving the bodies, he captured the souls and forced them into a huge implant station . . . like a movie theatre. There, he made them watch movies that ‘implanted’ them with false pictures of Christ, and other historical events that Hubbard says didn’t actually happen. The souls were so screwed up from this implanting that they roamed aimlessly around Earth for millions of years. When human beings started evolving, the thetans started entering their bodies and inhabiting them, and thus these [are] ‘body thetans’. [which according to] Hubbard, are the source of all human misery. . . . The practical portion of OT3 involves getting rid of these body thetans. The PC uses the Emeter to locate body thetans that are stuck to his body, and talk to them, auditing them until they blow (go away). All subsequent OT levels after OT3 also deal with body thetans. So, yes you too are infested with space alien parasites.
Sea Org: Why Does God Need A Ship ?
“Hubbard served in the Navy during World War II and soon afterward complained to the Veterans Administration about his ‘suicidal inclinations’ and his ‘seriously affected’ mind. . . . Years later, church brochures described him falsely as an ‘extensively decorated’ World War II hero who was crippled and blinded in action, twice pronounced dead and miraculously cured through Scientology.” Time Magazine online, 1991 So ironically, the failed sailor -- now ‘rehabilitated’ through fraud -- decided to found his own navy, called Sea Org. The military structure allows for a wide array of abuses. Actions that might invoke public and legal scrutiny on land are under the captain’s jurisdiction at sea, leading to well-documented cases of human rights and child abuse violations aboard their vessels. So what’s wrong with a private navy? What’s right with it would be the better question.
Why do people willingly pay for a fraud perpetrated by frauds? Hubbard’s “doctorate” was a fake mail-order degree. A 1984 court case resulted in the judge pronouncing Hubbard a “pathological liar.” Dianetics has never been proved to do anything for anyone that they could not have done for themselves, and while modern medicine accepts a good attitude as having a positive effect, that does not mean vitamins can replace medication in the treatment of disease.
People who willing accept fraud are (a) very gullible, (b) ignorant, (c) brainwashed. Which one are you ?
On a ship at sea, the “crew” has only the rights granted them by the senior staff. If a Sea Org member screws up, these guys can inflict whatever punishment they deem correct -- ranging from being confined to the small confines of the chain locker, to denial of food and water. Women who get pregnant are forced to have abortions. Sea Org members receive minimal pay -- less than 50 cents per hour -- but at least they get to wear very spiffy uniforms and use fancy but meaningless titles.