The Lies and Hate Continue by The Most Ethical Church on the Planet

As Taryn Teutsch celebrated Independence Day by taking yet another pot shot at her father, Stand League’s Hate Monger Monitor kept things equal by firing at Leah Remini as well. So much for freedom, liberty or justice. Directly on the heels of Twitter posts celebrating freedom and condemning hate, ugly Stand League’s even uglier stepsister […]

Read More The Lies and Hate Continue by The Most Ethical Church on the Planet

Happy Independence Day

The preamble of the Declaration of Independence begins: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal…” Scientologists believe they are superior to the rest of the world. Scornfully referring to non members as “Wogs”, the ultimate duty is to save the world in spite of itself, Clear the Planet and […]

Read More Happy Independence Day

Paul Haggis-Some Thoughts

I do not know Mr. Haggis. I’ve never met him or spoken to him. Frankly, before Scientology and the Aftermath I’d never even heard of him before. I’m not a big movie watcher. I prefer a cuddly blanket, a good book (preferably about magic and dragons) and a cup of tea. More importantly, one does […]

Read More Paul Haggis-Some Thoughts

Happy Father’s Day, Taryn!

Scientology has a penchant for taking something meant for good and twisting it into a malicious shadow version of itself. Charitable, humanitarian acts become mere photo ops. Natural disasters are reforged into vehicles for public relations points. Nowhere is this bastardizing of good more clearly demonstrated than in Taryn Teutsch’s dark fantasy world Justice4mom. Whether […]

Read More Happy Father’s Day, Taryn!

Stand League: “Hate is Insane”

The Great Replacement Theory The Holocaust ISIS Nation of Islam At the bottom of the dark and fetid morass fueling each is the idea that one community is superior to all others. In order to protect and preserve that superiority either all must fall in line or be excluded, isolated or at worst eradicated. Scientology’s […]

Read More Stand League: “Hate is Insane”

Stand League: Hate is their Manifesto

A veritable instruction manual for those who can’t do, Stand League’s website is filled with patronizing, hypocritical articles. Jeffrey Murphy, Stand League’s imaginary contributor #35, has a recent offering that flies past obnoxious straight into virulently offensive; placing Scientology firmly alongside real victims of racism and bigotry. Citing the heinous attacks by such extremists as […]

Read More Stand League: Hate is their Manifesto

Dear Bill Burr

Scientology’s greatest camouflage was, for many years, their ability to quietly perpetrate their abuse and crime behind the guise of a weird Hollywood cult. For most people the word Scientology conjured up visions of aliens followed by a shrug. How bad could the group be with adherents like John Travolta and Tom Cruise? Despite the […]

Read More Dear Bill Burr

Physician Heal Thyself

Scientology’s Stand League loves nothing more than to instruct the wog world on the way to happiness and morality. Purveyors of THE most superior and ethical path to salvation, COS members sit upon their plinth looking down upon the world ever ready to teach, correct and punish. Thus, in the spirit of “those who can’t […]

Read More Physician Heal Thyself

Taryn Teutsch’s Very Small Point

“Part of being a decent human being is being able to accept criticism, and respect others and what they feel or think. Equally important is being willing and able to take another person’s view.” So begins another sad, hypocritical attempt by Taryn Teutsch to paint (her father) Mike Rinder in the dark colors of Scientology […]

Read More Taryn Teutsch’s Very Small Point

Elisabeth Moss

Scientologist and actress Elisabeth Moss spoke to the New Yorker recently and while she spoke about the cult she embraces, it was cautious, general and with some very familiar terms. Zack Sharf’s editorial about the article for Variety leads with “Elisabeth Moss Speaks out about Scientology…” But she doesn’t. Not really. Per Hubbard policy Moss’ […]

Read More Elisabeth Moss