LOL...do they actually think all these wall-o-text letters are going to make HBO cancel?
If that was the case? who would defend a murderer? child molester? rapist? Just because you defend someone or something to the best of your abilities does not make you a bad person.
The part I took in defense of captain Preston and the soldiers, procured me anxiety, and obloquy enough. It was, however, one of the most gallant, generous, manly and disinterested actions of my whole life, and one of the best pieces of service I ever rendered my country. Judgment of death against those soldiers would have been as foul a stain upon this country as the executions of the Quakers or witches, anciently.
Is there something wrong in being a disaffected ex member? Surely any ex members of anything are are at least partially disaffected?
I used to shop at Tesco but now I shop at Lidl, you could say I'm a bitter disaffected ex customer, but I don't blog about Tesco, I just found a cheaper option. I do say things about the cherch because I have seen so many good people hurt by it, Tescos just charge slightly more. I know it's just an attempt to make people like us look like nutters with anger issues but despite all the advances the cult has made in PR if you ask any member of the public, here at least, they will tell you it's a cult. Ask people who have left the cult and watch them shudder.
Add to that the 100,000 pound elephant in the room that none of these cult lawyers seem to notice. . .
The simple fact that all those terrible "APOSTATES" that are obsessed with attacking Scientology, NOT "for no reason".
There is a reason.
What is missed, obviously, is that these evil "APOSTATES" are not some special breed of malevolent human--THEY ARE ALL SCIENTOLOGISTS WHO SPENT DECADES AND HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS ON AND IN SCIENTOLOGY.
These terrible "APOSTATES" are simply dissatisfied customers who are unhappy about being defrauded.
Scientology tries so hard to make it sound like customer complaints are mean something is wrong with the customer. They always did that to Scientologists, who accepted the compounded abuse. But now these corrupt lawyers actually expect the public at large to go along with those kind of cruel mind games. Hey! The public has e-bay and the rest of the internet and they aren't going to EVER forfeit their right to giving a scorching review for a vendor that is ripping people off.
What the cult and its lawyers pray will happen one day is this--if they write enough nasty indignant letters, people will just conclude that they have no right to complain about being victimized by a sociopathic cult who will do virtually ANYTHING to to get everyone else's money.
No! They photo shopped it - look a the Coors Light table card - does that look real? Everybody knows Mike drinks Corona!The primary mode of attack is to go after Wright and Gibney’s interview subjects one by one, assigning each a broad label: “A Violent Sociopath,” “The Wife Beater,” “The Home Wrecker,” “The Drama Queen,” etc. And all come attached with the blurriest and least flattering photographs they could dig up: One giving the middle finger, another grabbing his balls, and a third not looking model-perfect in a two-piece bikini. Even Gibney himself is made to look like the proprietor of that creepy adult bookstore just off the highway. An organization with handsome movie stars like Tom Cruise and John Travolta as their public face is trying to imply that these people, so ugly on the outside, must be ugly on the inside, too. What kind of monster drinks Bud Light out of a can? Surely not Tom Cruise!