Top 100 Stupid Moments in Scientology PART 4

Discussion in 'Evaluating and Criticising Scientology' started by HelluvaHoax!, Apr 25, 2017.

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  1. ILove2Lurk

    ILove2Lurk Lisbeth Salander

    HH, some guests and "drive-by visitors" may not be able to wrap their wits around this whole deal, so
    I'm posting the following screenshot. Seems like Don has already climbed to #4 on the bestseller list.

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  2. Out Ethics

    Out Ethics Out Ethics Ex Ethics Officer

    You guys are hysterical. Love to read all the J & D ing about Scientology, Ron and Don Hubbard etc.

    Thank you - it heals the shattered mind and broken heart.

    The Ex Scientology Blogs are the BEST therapy for ex cult members.

    Please... Continue!

    THANK YOU!
     
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  3. HelluvaHoax!

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    LOL

    just spotted this from the comments portion of the NY TIMES Sunday edition (Book Section):

     
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  4. ILove2Lurk

    ILove2Lurk Lisbeth Salander

    . . .
    "Yes, book sales are booming."
    "Now, where's that Borders Bookstore I'm
    talking at? Supposed to be on this street."


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  5. uncover

    uncover Silver Meritorious Patron

    Just wondering (here, because he this is so stupid):
    Did Don Alonso commit suicide or did "the church" not pay him enough ? I mean since weeks no new hate-video from this corner .....
     
  6. HelluvaHoax!

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    LOL,

    Alanzo?

    He's just like Scientology.

    He creates enemies. . .

    He lies in the hopes of others hating the enemies. . .

    Instead, people hate him.

    This is what Scientology (and Scientologists do).

    Ron Hubbard did it.

    David Miscavige did it.

    Marty Rathbun did it.

    Now Alanzo is going it.

    Power hat, all Scientologists are more than happy to follow the "successful actions" leading to disrepute, desperation and departure.

    It's an awesome Routing Form. They create a world WITH criminality, WITH insanity and WITH War. Then they fuck off and blow.

    Ergo, Alanzo is an Ideal Scientologist! LOL
     
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  7. Karen#1

    Karen#1 Gold Meritorious Patron

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  8. uncover

    uncover Silver Meritorious Patron

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  9. Karen#1

    Karen#1 Gold Meritorious Patron

    Today, Louis Theroux. BBC documentarian who made the film "My Scientology Movie" Tweeted ~~
    (Louis Theroux has 1.92 million followers on Twitter)


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  10. HelluvaHoax!

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    Hubbard's Scientology, since 1950, was always nothing more and nothing less than a spiritual Ponzi scheme.

    He guaranteed the naive and the gullible a miraculous return on their investment. Literally miraculous. And, like Charles Ponzi, Hubbard pitched and sold his unsustainable hoax with fanatical zeal.

    Charles Ponzi did quite well for himself, raking in a million dollars a week back in 2017. Hubbard likewise was regularly taking his "profit" and having his useful idiot cult members happily bundle up a million dollars in briefcase and fly to Europe where they could illegally launder and deposit the undeclared cash in numbered Swiss bank accounts.

    At the bottom and the top of both scams was a con man stealing all the money for himself, whilst looking people in the eye and sincerely promising them "GAINS BEYOND YOUR WILDEST DREAMS!"

    Charles Ponzi---guaranteeing financial gains.

    L. Ron Hubbard---guaranteeing spiritual gains.

    As stated above, a Ponzi scheme, is by nature unsustainable.

    In 2018, David Miscavige rides that same racket at a furious pace, like a meteor fireball, lighting up the night skies as it burns itself out before limply falling to the ground as rubbish and meaningless detritus. When he exits the stage, by either criminal prosecution or hiding out with a billion dollars in Moldova or any one of the several dozen other safe-haven countries that don't have extradition treaties with the US. Or, a third possibility, COB (Criminally Obfuscating Bastard) might just unexpectedly "shed his impediment" like his mentor---at which point the Scientology Ponzi Scheme will collapse under its own weight as the marks begin to learn what happened with their money.

    I suppose the point of all this is that when con men are caught, they don't confess. They simply dream up even more elaborately absurd scams & schemes---whatever it takes to see another day out of jail. They are very, very good at exploiting the incredulity and stupidity of "mankind". Think about it, both Hubbard and Miscavige NEVER ONCE DELIVERED ON WHAT THEY PROMISED. Never!

    And every monumental failure of the tech to work (whether Dianetics or Ideal Orgs and everything else in between) became a moment for the sociopathic lying con artists to dream up and promise something even more amazing. That is the key to Scientology. All disgraceful and abject failures are really, they will confidently explain with a winning grin, amazing "GAINS!".

    Scientologists believe their messianic gurus are divine spiritual masters that are leading them to heaven on earth, and beyond. What a lovely little surprise they will each have one day upon discovering that all that they believed to be ethical and pure and good is criminal and corrupt and evil. Any other questions on why Scientologists are dense as hell and steadfastly refuse to allow themselves to confront the truth about Scientology?

    Well, so much for the glorious "gains" of TR-0.

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  11. FoTi

    FoTi Crusader

    I wonder how many will show up at the freezone conference to confront this L Ron Hubbard with his past crimes?

    I would imagine there are quite a few who can't wait to get their hands on him. :angry: :argue: :furious::punch::violent::swear:
     
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  12. HelluvaHoax!

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    From another thread on Indie Scientologists and Ron's Org Scientologists.


    When my old car wasn't working, I took it to a Scientology mechanic. Even though the car was only worth $800, he charged me $40,000 for the repairs--but at least he brilliantly repaired it!

    Unfortunately, even though he completely fixed it, the car still won't move. To handle this, I started a GoFundMe page to raise money so the mechanic could do a review & debug assessment. After a few months no terminals flowed power to me on that cycle.

    So then, because I was without transportation and my car I were now both broke, I went back to the mechanic and demanded my money back. He patiently explained that while working on the car he "had revelatory gains and experiences". That was such a great point, so I stopped nattering, borrowed a couple bucks and took the bus home.

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  13. HelluvaHoax!

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    From another thread discussing why in the world (for some mysterious reason) a new Sea Org recruit who signed a billion year legal contract was allowed to NOT complete their "Preparedness Program" and report for duty:


    Excellent questions. Logical! But. . .

    Honestly, trying to guess why Sea Org Scientologists would act illogically on a recruitment cycle is virtually impossible without all the information in view that caused them be 100% unreasonable, do the greatest good and either:

    --- Fanatically enforce sacred scripture and senior church policy that demands
    that the recruit complete their Preparedness Program and immediately attack
    others' suppressive counter-intention preventing them from joining the Sea Org
    and reporting for duty.

    OR

    --- Fanatically enforce sacred scripture and senior church policy that demands
    that the recruit complete their Ethics-ness Program and immediately attack
    their own suppressive counter-intention preventing them from not joining the SO,
    and immediately doing lower conditions and an amends project for causing a PR flap
    with their rich relative--who wanted them to finish high school and go to college--
    or they would not fund their recent $1M pledge to the local Ideal Org project.

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  14. HelluvaHoax!

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    From that same thread: Another reason why in order to save mankind, all Scientologists must swear to uphold KSW as their sacred duty, and to "hammer out of existence" and destroy anyone or anything that would prevent Ron's policies from being fanatically enforced 100% of the time, without exception!

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    There is "Senior Policy" in the Church of Scientology that is inviolable and make it 100% impossible for a former member of a "Squirrel Group" (e.g. "Indie Scn", "Ron's Org", et al) to ever do a course or receive auditing. Therefore, it is impossible that someone from Ron's Org can ever become a member of the COS.

    Furthermore, anyone who allowed that "squirrel" to join the COS would themselves become declared an "SP" and they would immediately also be banned, disconnected and targeted with destruction.

    Exception: Unless the original squirrel was discovered to have just won the lottery, in which case they would be given VIP treatment, allowed to do all their auditing/training immediately all the way up to OT VIII. And they would receive jumbo Humanitarian medallions like Tom Cruise. And the staff member that allowed them to go back on the Bridge would be un-declared and promptly given a glowing Commendation Report---and a ten percent (10%) FSM commission.

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