Chrissie Bixler (fka Chrissie Carnell) has left Scientology due to Leah Remini

SciWatcher

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Do you have any way to try to ask him directly? Does he have a webpage?

Yes and yes, he`s got Twitter and Youtube for sure, possibly Reddit, likely to access forums like this. I doubt it would be useful, he is a stream of consciousness type of guy, you can`t get a straight answer, that was my point of this `exposé` actually, translating this guy's communication (He'll probably hate that I'm interpreting his stuff). It would take an Ortega guy to get thru to him I think (I actually tried doing this post over at the Bunker but it was moderated, maybe Chrissie asked Tony to not overpublicize her efforts which would be fair, or he is sitting in some related scoop - after all, she was Danny Masterson's chic and could have information).

In fact, I suspect that her harassment stems from being Masterson's ex, with little to do about her Twitter rants and Leah admirations.
 

CommunicatorIC

@IndieScieNews on Twitter
My first post ever here.

I want to point out that the latest video of the latest At The Drive In album song (which is great and a nice comeback for the long extinct band) contains direct references to scientology`s fascist and totalitarian methods of social control of their herd. This is relevant `cause the singer Cedrix Bixler-Zavala, husband of ex-scientologist Chrissie Bixler-Zavala, has never been outspoken about his relationship to the cult. I personally consider Deloused in the Comatorium somewhat of an anti-psychiatry album, but it is a complex artwork so dense that it may be about anything. For me it has a theme of being doped up and under oppression and then thru your personal transcendence you can come out of the psych ward. I suspect that Deloused happened at the same time that he started his relationship with Chrissie. I would like to think that the guy is more of a free-thinker and dabbler in anything remotely interesting to him as bizarre as it may be. In that sense, marrying a scientologist and `going to the `sauna` for a cleanup plus vitamins` may have been what took him out of his drug habits, but he never quite fully engaged with the church because he feared the control, but maybe respected his wife.

This is all assumption, of course. I like the guy, I wish he would be more outspoken about this surveillance bullshit, get some cameras and video terrorize the PIs, counter PI the PI and connect it to the church and then use his public image to fight back.

Please observe at 1:22 a `Knowledge Report` for `overt transgressions`

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JoNJ6AQhmFY
Youtube video tweeted to Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Chrissie Bixler.

@cedricbixler_ = Cedric Bixler-Zavala on Twitter.

@ChrissieBixler = Chrissie Bixler on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/IndieScieNews/status/880924210603974656

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CommunicatorIC

@IndieScieNews on Twitter
My first post ever here.

I want to point out that the latest video of the latest At The Drive In album song (which is great and a nice comeback for the long extinct band) contains direct references to scientology`s fascist and totalitarian methods of social control of their herd. This is relevant `cause the singer Cedrix Bixler-Zavala, husband of ex-scientologist Chrissie Bixler-Zavala, has never been outspoken about his relationship to the cult. I personally consider Deloused in the Comatorium somewhat of an anti-psychiatry album, but it is a complex artwork so dense that it may be about anything. For me it has a theme of being doped up and under oppression and then thru your personal transcendence you can come out of the psych ward. I suspect that Deloused happened at the same time that he started his relationship with Chrissie. I would like to think that the guy is more of a free-thinker and dabbler in anything remotely interesting to him as bizarre as it may be. In that sense, marrying a scientologist and `going to the `sauna` for a cleanup plus vitamins` may have been what took him out of his drug habits, but he never quite fully engaged with the church because he feared the control, but maybe respected his wife.

This is all assumption, of course. I like the guy, I wish he would be more outspoken about this surveillance bullshit, get some cameras and video terrorize the PIs, counter PI the PI and connect it to the church and then use his public image to fight back.

Please observe at 1:22 a `Knowledge Report` for `overt transgressions`

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JoNJ6AQhmFY
Cross-posted to WWP:

https://whyweprotest.net/threads/ch...ology-due-to-leah-remini.132352/#post-2611902

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CommunicatorIC

@IndieScieNews on Twitter
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