Danny Masterson- Showing His Colors

Scientology.

The “Most Ethical Religion on the Planet”

Worldwide humanitarian organization extraordinaire whose most sacred duty is the saving and “Clearing” of this planet.

Their SeaOrg is worked to exhaustion and beyond, putting even their own children last in the pursuit of ridding the globe of “insanity, war and crime”. (If relegating one’s children to a position of an afterthought, abandoning them to unknown strangers and leaving them alone in the world is not insanity what is?)

In light of such noble and holy aspirations it would be more than fair to expect charity would begin at home. That before looking outward for perfection from others, those claiming to be the only ones capable of forcing it upon the world would dedicate themselves to practicing and modeling it first.

L. Ron Hubbard insisted that it was the practice of his tech that would save the world. The assumption then that Scientologists, the beneficiaries of this astounding information, would be the epitome of honor, honesty, morality and integrity.

Where much is given, much is expected. Any religion presuming to claim the ability to free the world from its iniquities will naturally be held to their own template.

Danny Masterson, Hollywood actor and Scientologist, is considered an important commodity within the ranks of his so-called religion. All celebrities are seen as front line advocates, public spokespersons for COS and upon their shoulders lies the hope for recruitment into the fold of the organization that they espouse.

Masterson currently stands accused of the vicious rapes of multiple women, rapes that allegedly included drugging and violence towards the partners who both trusted and cared for him.

According to a Law Enforcement officer connected to the case that began in 2017, the evidence against Danny Masterson was not just “compelling” but “overwhelming”. Evidence including “audiotapes, emails sent to and from Scientology officers at the time the alleged rapes happened, forensic computer evidence and a threatening handwritten letter Masterson sent to one of the alleged victims…” had all been collected during the investigation by the LAPD.

Yet the investigation has, in spite of all the evidence collected and the multiple Plaintiffs speaking out, moved at an infuriatingly snail’s pace.

Masterson, of course claims he is innocent of all the accusations. He made a statement in an interview after he was fired from his Netflix show, The Ranch saying in part “‘I am obviously very disappointed in Netflix’s decision to write my character off of The Ranch. From day one, I have denied the outrageous allegations against me. I have never been charged with a crime, let alone convicted of one,’ he told the Huffington Post. ‘In this country, you are presumed innocent until proven guilty.’”

It will be up to a judge and jury to determine his guilt and hopefully provide these women with the justice and closure they deserve.

In the meantime, however the brave women who have come forward are facing attacks both from trolls on social media as well as seriously frightening incidents that appear to be coming from the one source one would believe to be above such behaviors.

The “Church” of Scientology.

Having a policy of blaming and shaming members who find themselves victims of pedophiles or in this case, an alleged rapist, Scientology is seemingly pulling out all the stops in their Fair Game campaign against Masterson’s accusers.

Chrissie Bixler and her family, which includes her innocent children, have endured strangers sitting outside her home, ugly and terrifying threats and worst of all, the deaths of two of the family’s beloved pets.

Most recently Chrissie’s German Shepherd rescue pup Biscuit, was intentionally poisoned with meatballs filled with rat poison.

As with every other allegation made against Scientology, the ethical of religions adamantly denies any involvement in this disgusting, heinous act. Beyond the denials, Scientology goes further. Where a simple denial would suffice COS chooses to demonstrate their tech driven superior morality by going on to attack the plaintiffs.

“From everything we have read in the press, this baseless lawsuit will go nowhere because the claims are ludicrous and a sham. It’s a dishonest and hallucinatory publicity stunt.”

Baseless?

That statement is proven to be an expedient lie simply by the comment made that there was “overwhelming evidence” against Masterson. There has been an investigation and evidence has been collected in anticipation of a trial at some point. Police do not continue an investigation and collect evidence if there is nothing to investigate or collect. That they felt they had enough to turn the case over to the DA shows that at least one officer believed there was firm grounds to move forward.

Especially taking into account the…suspiciously close…relationship between the LAPD and Scientology, that a decision was made to pursue this case means something.

Masterson’s case now moving at the speed of molasses flowing uphill means something as well, though all one can do is wonder.

As for calling this a “publicity stunt”, Chrissie Bixler is a beautiful woman who was working as a model. Why would she wake up one morning and decide to potentially destroy her career and life in the industry by making up such a serious accusation? This is not to say that people do not lie about such things.

After all we need only look as far as the Taryn Teutsch blog to see an excellent example of someone lying about domestic violence.

What is important here is that usually, just like with Teutsch and her mother, the lies end up falling apart.

Following Chrissie’s statement four other women have come forward with similar stories concerning Danny Masterson.

Chrissie and her co-plaintiffs have been consistent, sincere and firm even in the face of bullying, trolling and the attacks allegedly by COS. Again, there would not be overwhelming evidence if the accusations were fabricated.

Danny Masterson claims his innocence, yet not once has he stepped up and condemned the actions of those lashing out against his accusers. Even if he is angry at them, how could any decent, moral human being allow the poisoning of innocent animals?

His silence speaks volumes.

Masterson is a product of the “religion” he embraces and the world is once again getting an excellent view into what kind of parishioner COS creates with it’s tech and teachings.

He simply does not care that the alleged actions of Scientology on his behalf are tantamount to witness intimidation, that children are being terrorized, animals tortured and killed.

A single statement from him, “please, I ask that the courts be allowed to judge this case. Any violence against my accusers needs to stop” would go far to rehabilitate his character just the tiniest bit. Instead, his silence indicates approval with the underhanded and despicable actions being taken against Bixler and her family. He may plead ignorance of the first event, but subsequent attacks make him look more and more like the villain he’s thought to be by so many. The more that take place the worse he looks. Wrapping tablets of rat poison in ground beef and leaving an innocent puppy to die in writhing agony just to show support for a man accused of drugging, choking and raping women is darkest depravity.

Remaining silent after the event is publicized appears to reinforce the idea that Masterson enjoys inflicting pain.

As part of humanitarian, ethical Scientology, one imagines that such heinous acts would be roundly condemned by this “church” so earnest about eradicating insanity and crime from Mankind.

Both COS and Masterson appear to prefer spending their time bullying those who’ve accused the actor of rape to using this as an opportunity to show the world ethics in action.

To those following this case, Masterson appears smug, defensive and arrogant, not good traits for someone who wants his innocence to be believed.

While Chrissie Bixler and her sister plaintiffs await their opportunity for justice they are being revictimized, their families are left drowning in fear and grief all at the (alleged) hands of a multimillion dollar conglomerate led by a man infamous for his own violence and obsession with the sexual proclivities of his followers.

This is the “religion” that shapes Danny Masterson, that is his spiritual guide and that forms who he is and how he thinks about the world around him. Scientology is known for protecting pedophiles, for making the children who have suffered being raped and molested apologize to their attackers. This same ideology extends to those like Chrissie who have been raped, the victims are made to feel shame. They are blamed for what happened to them.

This is Scientology.

Danny Masterson publicly embraces this degenerate organization, saying he “has no problem talking about Scientology. I love doing it,” he said. “I work, I have a family and I’m a spiritual being who likes to understand why things happen in the world and want to learn more so that I can have them not affect me adversely. So if that’s weird, then, well, you can go f— yourself.”

Nice.

Masterson, just like Scientology, wants the world to believe he is innocent of the claims made against him. Like Scientology, he denies the allegations and calls his accusers liars.

Exactly like Scientology Danny Masterson’s actions loudly belie his words and it is by his actions that we create our impression of who he is.

Photo courtesy of Tony Ortega’s Blog

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