Friday, 8 June 2012

Britain Needs More Free Speech.

Whilst the PR Web for Scientology has an open day for the Royal Jubilee, which forgets to mention it is open 365 days of the year. Scientology never sleeps.There are others of us that don't get much sleep either as we have to work even harder keeping those that have this long extended holiday happy.Some of us don't have any time to watch any of the celebrations at all.
Visitors to the Church’s open house enjoyed refreshments, and were invited to tour the Church’s Public Information Center containing more than 500 information videos that form a concise overview of the Scientology religion and the life and legacy of Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard. Videos also cover the many humanitarian programs the Church sponsors.

I bet none of the information videos contain this "religious retreat" information contained in their public information tour: 

An interesting point brought up by someone who will remain anonymous said "where was Princess Diana?"Not one picture to be seen of her anywhere. Was she not once a member of the Royal Family?Conveniently hidden from view, she was once a part of the rich tapestry of the Royal family, yet like a candle in the wind she's disappeared into obscurity from the celebrations.

Tribute to Diana:

Interview with Martin Bashir:

Similar to Scientology's own rich tapestry, the wife of the late L. Ron Hubbard, Mary Sue Hubbard is conveniently long forgotten as she was instrumental along with L. Ron Hubbard in infiltrating government offices world wide.Convicted and serving jail time along with ten other Guardians Office personnel, Mary Sue Hubbard is something of an enigma.And whatever you do, don't mention L. Ron Hubbard's son Quentin, that is a big No No! The fact that he was gay and committed suicide is something the great, late humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard does not want to remember, nor do any of his followers. That's just one engram too many.

The Story of MarySue Hubbard:

Operation Snow White:

Tribute to Quentin:

Religious Saunas and Niacin:Martin Bashir on Scientology

Britain needs more free speech:

Earlier this week a man stood up in the centre of London and sang a song about a guy who murders his girlfriend in a jealous rage. The lyrics seemed to blame it mainly on the woman. Watching the singer from a nearby spectator stand were the prime minister, the Archbishop of Canterbury and much of the royal family. They rocked or even sang along with the refrain, "Why, why, why, Delilah?" Some of them also waved little Union Jack flags, to endorse this enjoyable little ballad of murder ("I felt the knife in my hand and she laughed no more"). One question this raises is: why did the police not immediately arrest them all – princes, prime minister and archbishop – under section 5 of the Public Order Act?

Don't be absurd, you say. But would it be any more absurd than a student being arrested under section 5 for saying to a mounted policeman: "Excuse me, do you realise your horse is gay?", or the 19-year-old Kyle Little, charged and convicted – though then cleared on appeal – for delivering what was described as a "daft little growl" and a woof at two labradors? Or a 15-year-old summonsed for holding up a sign outside the Church of Scientology's central London headquarters saying: "Scientology is not a religion. It is a dangerous cult"? (I repeat those exact words here, as my own. Officer, you know where to find me.)

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