Right now, somewhere in ScientologyLand. . .

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Welcome to the theme park known as ScientologyLand. Things are not the same in there as out here in the real world. Let's just say they think and react. . . . . differently. lol.

This thread is a handy guide for anyone trying to understand the parallel world Scientologists live in.

Today's Example: The explosive new HBO DOCUMENTARY.

IN THE REAL WORLD: A viral media clusterfuck of epic proportions, exposing the now fully radioactive cult and its celebrity shills. And all that after only two private industry viewings, two months away from the film playing in 33 million American households and 151 million additional households internationally.

IN SCIENTOLOGYLAND: Somewhere in ScientologyLand, 100-200 staff members are working around the clock preparing a "dead agent pack" that they will use when Scientologists see the HBO documentary. Word will spread near and wide within the theme park that it is forbidden to watch the movie when it airs. After Scientologists are discovered to have committed the "CRIME" of watching their tv at home, they will be shipped to ethics, threatened and assigned a lower condition. Then even before they are ordered to do an amends project and donate more money, they will be put on a "rundown" to "handle" their "enemy line" from watching the documentary. The dead agent pack will contain cover to cover outrageous and easily disprovable lies, all under huge headlines that proclaim: "THE REAL TRUTH OF WHAT HAPPENED!"

Scientologists in ethics will be expected to have huge wins on the "Big Lies" within the propaganda packs.

ADVANCED HANDLING: Also emissaries from within ScientologyLand will journey out into the real world to issue media statements which essentially will consist of:

* "Everyone associated with the documentary is evil."
* "Everyone associated with the documentary is criminal."
* "Everyone associate with the documentary is lying."
* "We have a new building which proves we are virtuous, truthful & winning."​
 
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Right now, somewhere in ScientologyLand. . .

A staff member has been assigned a lower condition for sabotaging the public relations of L. Ron Hubbard, David Miscavige and Scientology.

They will be slammed heavily for "allowing" the HBO documentary to be produced.

In their ethics program, nothing will be mentioned about the fact that everything in the documentary is truthful and that Hubbard and Miscavige are actually the people who sabotaged themselves via their treacherous lying, criminal abuses, fraud and terrorism of innocent people.
 

Free Being Me

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Right now, somewhere in Scientologyland .....

T.R. Lie is going into overdrive with all manner of "acceptable truths" being spun for public release no one will believe anyway. Yes, people, $cientologists are taught how to lie.

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Right now, somewhere in Scientologyland .....

T.R. Lie is going into overdrive with all manner of "acceptable truths" being spun for public release no one will believe anyway. Yes, people, $cientologists are taught how to lie.

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Perfect!

And Right Now In ScientologyWorld. . .

Those two Scientolgists drilling TR-L think that Ron's lying tech is "theta".

And they are having "wins" on lying.

And writing "success stories" on lying.

And "wanting others to have the same gains as their own" by lying.

And they believe that the lie-tech is essential to saving the universe and securing their own "eternity".​

Yup, that's what's happening in there, alright. lol
 

Free Being Me

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Perfect!

And Right Now In ScientologyWorld. . .

Those two Scientolgists drilling TR-L think that Ron's lying tech is "theta".

And they are having "wins" on lying.

And writing "success stories" on lying.

And "wanting others to have the same gains as their own" by lying.

And they believe that the lie-tech is essential to saving the universe and securing their own "eternity".​

Yup, that's what's happening in there, alright. lol

Right now, somewhere in Scientologyland ...

That's what David Miscavige, $cientology "Spokespersons," $cientology members and the Office of Special Affairs are doing with their interviews and press releases. It's "Ron's Tech" deceiving others and in light of Alex Gibney's Going Clear documentary, a lot of "Tech" is being applied outright covering up cult crimes and abuses. $cientologists call that "Wins." Trained Liars.

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Type4_PTS

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I've got to say that things are looking bad for Scientology.

But maybe that's all about to change.

I say thing because Ron has returned and seems to be more technologically adept since his departure to Target Two back in 1986. He's even using Twitter! :thumbsup:

Cross-posted from the Bunker:

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JustSheila

Crusader
Consider that over the years, something like 50% or more of the individuals in English-speaking countries as well as the Europeans have personally had a negative experience with Scientology or have a family member or close friend who did.

They answered job ads that were only a come-on to join a cult.

They took personality tests that were a convincing come-on to a cult.

They took classes where there were attempts to be recruited to a cult.

They were ripped off by Scientologist con-artists taught by the cult when they bought cars, went to seminars or saw the Scientologist dentists and chiropractors.

They were ripped off by real estate scams run by Scientologists who learned to scam through Scientology.

They sent loved-ones to Narconon not knowing it was part of a cult and hurt their loved ones even more, after spending tens of thousands of dollars.

They worked at businesses not knowing they were part of the Scientology cult or were roped into "business technology" that was only part of a Scientology cult and were abused by them.

They let Scientologists into their classrooms and universities to give "drug-free" education, without knowing they were advertising for a cult and using cult rhetoric and took heat for that as well as saw the terrible results.

They let "The Way to Happiness" campaigns into their areas, believing the rhetoric that it was "non-religious" and unknowingly provided carte blanche for free advertising for a destructive cult that would enslave those most in need of help.

Scientology has created more enemies than we can ever imagine. This is only going to multiply exponentially. As more speak out, more will speak out, and more will comment and more will speak out.

Game over.


FUCK YOU SCIENTOLOGY.

and FUCK YOU, TOO, OSA.
 

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ED rushes into the org. Spots Joe, barks "Get all the brooms!". Joe say's "We only got one"
ED barks back "We need 3 more. Get em now. Make it go right!" Joe starts doing call in for donations for brooms.

ED assembles the staff, cept Joe as he's busy.

"Ok, everyone get your yellow t-shirts out and put them on. We are going outside to sweep the streets!

I want all of us to be out there looking like we are "good guys". It's a new program just telexed in from INT. It's a NOW NOW NOW!!!

We must cause an effect and prove to the wog world we Care and Work Hard to make the Planet a better place.

If you actually talk to people make sure, with total certainty, they know we are winning. START!"
 

Free Being Me

Crusader
Consider that over the years, something like 50% or more of the individuals in English-speaking countries as well as the Europeans have personally had a negative experience with Scientology or have a family member or close friend who did.

They answered job ads that were only a come-on to join a cult.

They took personality tests that were a convincing come-on to a cult.

They took classes where there were attempts to be recruited to a cult.

They were ripped off by Scientologist con-artists taught by the cult when they bought cars, went to seminars or saw the Scientologist dentists and chiropractors.

They were ripped off by real estate scams run by Scientologists who learned to scam through Scientology.

They sent loved-ones to Narconon not knowing it was part of a cult and hurt their loved ones even more, after spending tens of thousands of dollars.

They worked at businesses not knowing they were part of the Scientology cult or were roped into "business technology" that was only part of a Scientology cult and were abused by them.

They let Scientologists into their classrooms and universities to give "drug-free" education, without knowing they were advertising for a cult and using cult rhetoric and took heat for that as well as saw the terrible results.

They let "The Way to Happiness" campaigns into their areas, believing the rhetoric that it was "non-religious" and unknowingly provided carte blanche for free advertising for a destructive cult that would enslave those most in need of help.

Scientology has created more enemies than we can ever imagine. This is only going to multiply exponentially. As more speak out, more will speak out, and more will comment and more will speak out.

Game over.


FUCK YOU SCIENTOLOGY.

and FUCK YOU, TOO, OSA.

:clap:

When Alex's docu broadcasts on HBO several million people will be (hopefully) asking, "Why is $cientology protected by a religious tax exemption and why is it allowed in the first place with it's lying and destroying lives while sitting on billions of dollars?"

Right now, somewhere in Scientologyland there's a collective oh shit going down. Fuck you, cult.
 
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Leland

Crusader
Consider that over the years, something like 50% or more of the individuals in English-speaking countries as well as the Europeans have personally had a negative experience with Scientology or have a family member or close friend who did.

They answered job ads that were only a come-on to join a cult.

They took personality tests that were a convincing come-on to a cult.

They took classes where there were attempts to be recruited to a cult.

They were ripped off by Scientologist con-artists taught by the cult when they bought cars, went to seminars or saw the Scientologist dentists and chiropractors.

They were ripped off by real estate scams run by Scientologists who learned to scam through Scientology.

They sent loved-ones to Narconon not knowing it was part of a cult and hurt their loved ones even more, after spending tens of thousands of dollars.

They worked at businesses not knowing they were part of the Scientology cult or were roped into "business technology" that was only part of a Scientology cult and were abused by them.

They let Scientologists into their classrooms and universities to give "drug-free" education, without knowing they were advertising for a cult and using cult rhetoric and took heat for that as well as saw the terrible results.

They let "The Way to Happiness" campaigns into their areas, believing the rhetoric that it was "non-religious" and unknowingly provided carte blanche for free advertising for a destructive cult that would enslave those most in need of help.

Scientology has created more enemies than we can ever imagine. This is only going to multiply exponentially. As more speak out, more will speak out, and more will comment and more will speak out.

Game over.


FUCK YOU SCIENTOLOGY.

and FUCK YOU, TOO, OSA.

a big BUMP for this post. Hit the nail on the head!
 

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2> DM private jet is being fuelled
 

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There was something not quite right about your photos. I can't put my finger on it....:biggrin:

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If there were an ESMB award system for Post of The Year, this would be a shoo-in.:yes:

Thanx, Sindy - I haven't laughed that hard in a long time, especially at the final pic.:hysterical:
 

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Right now, somewhere in ScientologyLand. . .


There is a Sea Org member working 100 hours per week and taking home a paycheck of $40 per month.

And that Sea Org member is doing O/Ws because they only donated 1/2 his salary ($20) toward the annual gift for COB-- when they could have donated more. They discovered this during a sec check when the meter read on "overt of ommission")

Meanwhile, COB has an estimated net worth (based on life style & perks) of appx $50,000,000. One pair of his John Lobb shoes (paid for by Scientologists) would require this Sea Org member donating 1/2 of his salary every month for four (4) years.

But the Sea Org member feels "out exchange".

If one can understand why the Sea Org member feels guilty, one simultaneously understands the glue that sticks one in the cult.
 

oneonewasaracecar

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Right now, somewhere in Scientologyland ...

That's what David Miscavige, $cientology "Spokespersons," $cientology members and the Office of Special Affairs are doing with their interviews and press releases. It's "Ron's Tech" deceiving others and in light of Alex Gibney's Going Clear documentary, a lot of "Tech" is being applied outright covering up cult crimes and abuses. $cientologists call that "Wins." Trained Liars.

dm241.jpg


sciopr2.jpg


TomCruiseDavidMiscavige.jpg

Thankfully I was not drinking hot liquids while looking at this.

Did anyone else notice the secret in the last pic? The two Miscavige twins have 2 Tom Cruises inside them reaching out of their asses to pat them on the back.

Those two are reaaal close. Most guys just won't go that far for their 'friends.'

Somewhere in Scientologyland, a broken bottle of scotch is being thrown against the wall by a drunken maggot.

Somewhere in Scientologyland, the RPFers have gone to the RPF's RPF to make space for the entire sea organization, who are now on the RPF.

Somewhere in Scientologyland, Miscavige is failing to come up with his next move.

GAT II is over, ideal org is over WTF can he do next?
 

Enthetan

Master of Disaster
Consider that over the years, something like 50% or more of the individuals in English-speaking countries as well as the Europeans have personally had a negative experience with Scientology or have a family member or close friend who did.

And with the emergence of FaceBook (and similar social media), the instant somebody posts to her friends "Oh, I've started taking a look at this new self-help group called Scientology", she will get an INSTANT response from several people who had bad experiences with it, or knew somebody who did.
 
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