Sunday, 22 July 2012

Neil Gaiman,7 Interviewed about Scientology by the BBC in 1968

Originally posted by Jensting:In the comments section.
I think that using any seven year old as a propaganda front shows the depths that the criminal organisation known as the "church" of $cientology would, and still will, sink to. The interesting thing about it being Neil Gaiman at seven years of age is who his dad was, not who he became (let us, for instance, ask ourselves how great it is that the vitamins that G&G sells are so strong that they are not legal for sale in France without a prescription, yet the French clams are surreptitiously handing out the details of G&G as documented in "Scientologie : la vérité sur un mensonge" by Jean-Charles Deniau and Madeleine Sultan). Also, David Gaiman was the boss of Jane Kemper who quite rightly went to prison for her part in the largest domestic spying case in the US.

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