Going Clear in France


stubborn rebel sheep!
lol :biggrin:
Oui mon p'tit chou :wink2:

I too laughed when I read ''la république de banane'', when they talk bout the ''kitch'' it's such insulting
They said the $cientology strategy to handle their critics (CO$ twitter account followed by 700) are ridiculous, laughable, retard , out-dated.... (accusing critics to be wife beaters, drunks etc...)

lol :biggrin:

OMG - this : '' (l’histoire d’un dictateur intergalactique nommé Xenu, qui aurait transporté des milliards d’extraterrestres sur Terre avant de les jeter dans des volcans et de les faire exploser)

I can't believe this ! Have you ever heard of Xenu who dropped billions of aliens into volcanoes and made them explode ????

Did you guys really believed that ????
LOL :biggrin:


Le Monde has that option in the right corner for an English translation on its site.

This article is real hard-hitting. :clap: :clap: :clap:

There's a touch of humor, there, too. One of my favorites:

Some people especially see the strategy of despair of an institution in full recruitment crisis. If Scientology claims 12 million followers in the world (including 45 000 in France), according to Alex Gibney, it would not count more than 50,000 active members.


:hysterical: :hysterical: :hysterical:


Maximus Squirrel
Thanks for the translation hint.

I read French well enough to enjoy the article, but not well enough to translate with full accuracy.

And yeah, the savaging of the cult's social media skills made me giggle.