The harder Stand League tries to justify their ugly attacks against Leah Remini, the worse and more immoral they look.
Scientology’s current attempt to appear learned and long suffering is by a Deanne Macdonald.
Macdonald opens with a strange sentiment that sets the tone for the rest of her propaganda piece.
“There are unfortunately things happening in the United States today that have happened before in a country it took much of the world to defeat.”
From this jumping off point, the author goes straight for the kill, “We go through periods where the inhumanity of the past is regretted and people endeavor to actually get along. Then something happens and we find ourselves attacked by extreme individuals who appear righteously hateful and who have the ability to rile others up to the point where they take actions they would ordinarily eschew.”
Under a shutterstock photo of a white supremacist in Charlottesville, Virginia, Macdonald regurgitates the same sad tales Scientology has used ad nauseum.
Leah Remini incited hate crimes against the Jehovah’s Witnesses, she caused Erin McMurtry to drive her car through a Scientology window, yada, yada, yada. It’s all been said before and it does not become any more true in the telling.
Macdonald paints Remini as a gleefully maniacal Goebbels, “Joseph Goebbels, the father of propaganda, has his dead hands all over this type of activity. In fact, he said, ‘Propaganda must facilitate the displacement of aggression by specifying the targets for hatred.’ Well, Leah Remini must have studied him well, because that is exactly what she does.” Did this misguided Scientology minion actually study Goebbles just to be able to insult and denigrate Leah Remini?
Deanna Macdonald’s article is peppered with Goebbles’ teachings, all leaving the reader confused and ill at ease about her mindset. Her story stays just this side of paranoid and unhinged as she triumphantly decrees that because of Leah Remini’s Goebbles inspired actions people have been motivated to threaten the very lives of Scientologists.
“What is the result at the far end of the line? Murder. And yes, one Scientologist was killed by an individual Remini’s hate, lies and propaganda had reached.”
This is utter madness.
A Taiwanese teenager who was being physically separated from his own mother by two Australian Scientologists snapped and lashed out, stabbing both, killing one. What he did was horribly wrong make no mistake. Scientology’s lack of personal responsibility over their own actions that day however is mind blowing.
How could a teenage boy from Taiwan be familiar enough with American actress and former Scientologist Leah Remini for her to have incited him to murder? How does this claim make any possible sense?
Bryan Seymour, journalist for Sydney News, publicly announced that his sources close to the investigation confirmed that neither Mike Rinder nor Leah Remini had anything to do with the situation.
Scientology’s continual insistence that she is responsible is insane.
It is said that the definition of insanity is repeating the same behavior over and over expecting a different result.
COS’ never ending claims against Remini and Rinder, in light of a plethora of factual evidence to the contrary, is pure, unadulterated insanity.
Almost immediately the story surrounding the fatal stabbing was in the news.
“The youth was being escorted off the premises by the two victims when he allegedly drew a kitchen knife and attacked them, stabbing one in the neck and slashing at the other man, CNN affiliate Seven News cited police as saying.
It said police believe the teenager had been asked to leave the center due to a domestic incident on Wednesday. Both injured men were taken to the Royal North Shore Hospital but one of them, aged in his 20s, died there. The boy was detained at the scene, New South Wales police said in a report.”
Later it was revealed that this 16 year old had been arguing with his mother about her interest in Scientology, she was at the Australian Org to participate in the Purification Rundown. What would happen to this teen who suddenly found himself being taken away from his own mother in a country that he didn’t belong in? Where did Scientology expect him to go, a minor in a strange land?
A 16 year old boy from Taiwan was being escorted off Scientology premises.
Away from his own mother.
To go where? To whom?
Exactly how does Leah Remini fit in this scenario?
Are Macdonald and Scientology really asking people to set aside the frantic emotional state this teen was in, the fear of losing his mother, of being abandoned without her in a strange land with no resources and no recourse in favor of the belief that an American television show was the reason for his actions that day?
Continued public avowal by Scientology that Remini and Rinder incited this boy to murder is disgustingly ridiculous.
Macdonald rambles on with more of Joseph Goebbles’ rhetoric accompanied by a photograph of the Nazi Minister of Propaganda himself. Frankly, everything she writes sounds much more like the antics of her paranoid cult’s Fair Game policy than anything else. Perhaps the lady doth protest too much?
Deanna Macdonald ends her own Goebbles-esque bit of propaganda with, “Be better. Find out for yourself. Don’t prove the man right who said, ‘If you repeat a lie often enough, people will believe it.’ That was also Joseph Goebbels.
So little of what you may have heard about Scientology is true, but by repetition, the unintellectual has come to believe it.”
Here Macdonald has uttered the only reasonable statement in the entire article.
Find out for yourself.
Doctor cure thyself.
She would do well to take her own advice and stop blindly swallowing the lies given to her.
All of the allegations that are constantly flung against Remini and Rinder are absolutely lies being repeated over and over just as Macdonald cites in her article.
Classic Scientology Fair Game in a nutshell.
Looks like L. Ron Hubbard was familiar with his work as well.