Well, Colombia already has...Tom Cruise is at it again opening a scientology church in the heart of drug cartels. Tom, don't forget to hand out those 'Truth about Drugs' booklets.
Tom Cruise come to Colombia, but not to act, but to preach about Scientology
On 4th July, the Network program, the actor will participate in the official inauguration of the first church of this belief.
In Colombia there are sites that are dedicated to speak about Scientology. For example, in Bogota, exactly in the race 15 with street 87, the Dianetics Cultural Center, dedicated to spreading ideas and market books on the subject it operates.
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Medellin is also a branch, known as Hubbard House Antioquia, where courses and seminars are held.
However, according to the network, the event to be attended Cruise is not related to an existing space already in the country, but will be celebrating the opening of an official church.
It is worth mentioning that the Colombian comedian Andres Lopez Scientology practice and preach on that belief through the show 'The Way to Happiness', inspired by a text of the same title written by L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology.
On the other hand, we must stress that Cruise in the movie 'Mena' play Barry Seal, an American pilot who started dealing drugs for the Medellin cartel and later became a witness for the DEA, according to the Daily mail.
- EXCLUSIVE: True story of Tom Cruise's new role as a 280lb drug smuggler - he plays cocaine and gun runner who turned federal informer then died in a murky hit after telling his wife he lived in fear of the CIA - Daily Mail
one comment: Xenu Scientology and shit.
Tom Cruise vendría a Colombia, pero no para actuar, sino a predicar sobre cienciología
According to this report the DEA are just as murky as Scientology...
Other "drills" set in the document include exercises in "spreading rumours" (trainees are "flunked" if they are spotted as "a source of falsity or troublemaking, etc.") and "creating incidents which reflect on others" ("flunk for being spotted as the creator"). [...]
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