^^^ I tend to agree^^^
The personal experiences of members of this board
... Scientology hates Xenophon, and has a long history of this sort of dirty tricksterism. No one needs a lecture from you on how big the world is, or a lecture by you on the history of dirty tricksterism by the "humans." ...
Without dox you are just another crazed conspiracy theorist pushing an unrealistic pet dogma concerning the Co$ being the source of all evil.
Mark A. Baker
Reminds us of something any upstanding and intelligent Scientologist-Apologist would utter regarding Paulette Cooper, just prior to the FBI raids of Scientology headquarters.
It would seem the Fair-Game-Doctrine of the Church-of-Scientology would suffice to justify Veda's (and any other knowledgeable Wogs) suspicions of Scientology's involvement in the whole morbid & ugly affair.
But we digress...
That at least was a circumstance which actually had something to do with the church of scientology, unlike what has occurred in Malaysia.
Be sure to check under your bed tonight for osa agents ... nighty night.
Mark A. Baker
The re-written statement, with Islam substituted for Scientology, is meant to endanger the Senator's life.
-snip the name calling-
You genuinely are paranoid.
And no I don't care what the mods have to say about my choice of descriptive. The world is not about scientology, nor is Xenophon only a thorn in the side of the church.
The offending article was a political dart aimed at Anwar. The only reason for Xenophon's involvement is because he's part of an electoral review commission working in Malaysia involved with Anwar.
Pappa Ogson said:Very disturbing that a country trying to enter the 21st century and become part of the global community would allow such a printing of slanderous lies about someone recognized around the world as a warrior for human rights. I understand that Malaysia is struggling for trade agreements with various nations, including Australia, there are literally billions of dollars riding on this and such unresearched and plainly despicable yellow journalism against, of all things, an honoured Senator of the Australian Parliament, will set these negotiations back decades. Does anyone over there realize the ramifications of such articles will have not only on trade and continental relations, but on things like tourism as well? A lame and erronious retraction of this despicable article bears little meaning here on the internet, the only thing that might have saved the multi-millions that are going to be lost to your society/economy would have been a FRONT PAGE PAPER article with the real facts! Allowing such articles through your editorial process (do you even have one?) damages your reputations beyond your own borders to an huge extent, and removing the origional from your site is hardly any sort of damage control. If you are trying to pull yourselves out of the stigma of a third-world country this is certainly the last sort of thing that you should be allowing in my honest opinon, you have a beautiful country with huge potential and many great people that deserve much better than this. You can count me as one of the many world travellers who will not be visiting anytime soon. Absolutely shameful. I reiterate once again what has been stated previously, it is NOT Mr. Xenophon, the proper form of address is Senator. I cry for your people.
In a dictatorship, the ultimate responsibility for propaganda lies with the dictatorial leader. Scientology does not rule this country.Besides being pompous and insulting, your comments are besides the point.
Scientology hates Xenophon, and has a long history of this sort of dirty tricksterism. No one needs a lecture from you on how big the world is, or a lecture by you on the history of dirty tricksterism by the "humans."
Inflaming Muslims (who Scientology would view, as they do all "wogs," i.e. humans, as manipulatable) against a perceived "SP" enemy, with the idea of putting that perceived "SP" enemy's life at risk, is precisely the kind of dirty trick Scientologists relish. Technically, it did violate Hubbard's Scientology Intelligence Tech by not being covert enough, but, as you Independent Scientologists like to say, "Tech is out in Orgs." So, it's not improbable that this was instigated by a Scientologist. Scientology's importance, or lack of importance, in the world has nothing to do with it.
Perhaps it was done by someone not connected to Scientology, you don't know, and neither do I, but jeez.
Would not misquoting Hansard's be actionable via the otherwise useless U.N.?
It is not beyond consideration that some koolaide steeped Scientologist was behind an "op" to give an altered text of Senator Xenophon's speech to a third party friend of this Malaysian publication. Just change one little word...and it causes a mighty distraction from the crimes of the Cult of COS, creates problems for an"enemy" who must be near the top of OSA's ememies list, and paints a target on his back for some Muslim extremist to practice jihad on.