Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Extremist Freedom...

I never quite know what I am going to put up next, I'll be looking at a certain subject and quite out of the blue I will find something else that really gets my goat up.

The Rev Sue Taylor is attached to so many letters sent by 'religious freedom and human rights' people it is astonishing, banding herself and the scientology organization with 'other religious' groups. 

The Rev. Susan Taylor, president of the Church of Scientology in D.C., showed attendees at a Thursday event  hosted by the D.C. Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, a video clip from the church's feature-length film "The Way to Happiness," April 24, 2014. ( Starr)

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Another name that comes up a lot is that of Greg Mitchell, a gung ho lobbyist for the scientology organization. He also happens to be Co Chairman of the carefully named 'International Religious Freedom Round Table.  

Church of Scientology lobbied the White House | The Daily ...

Scientology Lobbied Hillary's State | The Daily Caller

[PDF]letter - Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain

The Saudi European organization participates in signing a ...

Letter to President on Religious Minorities Post - National ...

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Greg Mitchell - The Truth About Scientology

The Peter Paul vs Hillary and Bill Clinton A

What is it about scientologists and the Clintons?

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What is it about scientologists and religious freedoms?Why should they have 'religious' freedoms when they take over the hearts and minds of men and women and particularly children. It has nothing to do with 'religious freedom' at is all about Freedom to do what you want, when you want, how you want, to whom you like, when you like and damn anyone who gets in the way...scientology has one goal. Freedom to rule! That is what is meant by 'Clearing the Planet' and don't you forget it, ever.

I was intrigued by something Tony Ortega put up a while ago by Alexander Dvorkin - 

That led to a comical scene with the Vesti reporter asking, quite seriously, the Scientology-cross wearing dude about the “information” that Scientology was a CIA front. The dude’s laughter appeared to be quite genuine.


In other words, the scene on the ground there at the Moscow courtroom was a lot weirder than we heard about in stories by the Associated Press and the Guardian.


Strange scenes from the Moscow hearing that banned ...

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My laughter is quite genuine also when I listen to Karen de la Carriere, whom you Mr. Ortega take as gospel...a similar thing might be..."You can not ask Tom Cruise about Scientology" or you won't get an interview. "You can not ask Karen de la Carriere about the Gillham children, only minor references to make sure they come out on top" all good scientologists.

Anyway, swiftly moving on...

Refworld | USCIRF Annual Report 2015 - Tier 2: Russia

in a letter last month - Senator Marco Rubio

Human friends...?

Letter to House Leaders - Human Friends International

there he is again, good old Greg and the 'church of scientology. org'.



Now, all of that really got my goat, but do you know what really got me into a head butting position...


that's 44 pages of a "church" ranting about "religious extremism" OH the I RONY!

Judge Breckenridge cited to a 1970 French police investigation that concluded that Scientology is a “vast enterprise to extract the maximum amount of money from its adepts,” pushes them to extremes, estranges them from their families, and exercises a kind of blackmail against persons who seek to leave. The judge continued:
From the evidence presented to this court in 1984, at the very least, similar conclusions can be drawn. In addition to violating and abusing its own members civil rights, the organization over the years with its “Fair Game” doctrine has harassed and abused those persons not in the Church whom it perceives as enemies. The organization clearly is schizophrenic and paranoid, and this bizarre combination seems to be a reflection of its founder LRH. The evidence portrays a man who has been virtually a pathological liar when it comes to his history, background, and achievements. The writings and documents in evidence additionally reflect his egoism, greed, avarice, lust for power, and vindictiveness and aggressiveness against persons perceived by him to be disloyal or hostile.


25 years after the Breckenridge Decision - Gerry Talks...

And to think, I was going to talk about the new book I have aquired...


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