In 1948 the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Declaration of Human Rights.
All Mankind is entitled to basic inalienable liberties and any person, group, organization or religion who tramples and denies them is guilty of the greatest evil.
Ironically and hypocritically Scientology’s OSA and Taryn Teutsch chose International Human Rights Day as yet another tool to highlight exactly how to violate Mike Rinder’s protected liberties to exercise his freedom of speech, freedom of (and from) religion, freedom of expression, freedom from cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment and more.
Scientology claims to be the most ethical religion on the planet. They insist that only they are the hope of Mankind.
Yet in this ongoing, relentlessly cruel attack against Rinder one can see exactly the reality behind the claims of good.
Like any corrupt government who commits horrible crimes against their people, Scientology treats not only their members, but their former members like objects to be used then discarded.
Paying lip service to the UN’s Declaration of Human Rights, creating faux front groups to further the illusion of concern and activism and publishing pamphlets promoting these rights all mean nothing when held against Scientology’s actions.
Mike Rinder is one of many who have had their rights stripped away by this cult of hate. Scientology has created such an egregious campaign of Fair Game against him, they’ve made him the representative of every victim.
Rinder is The Public Face of Fair Game.
Foolishly Miscavige fails to understand that by publicly burning every former member who speaks out at the stake, he provides strength and hope to all of Scientology’s victims.
Article 12 of the UN’s Declaration states:
“No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.”
What is both interesting and telling is that Scientology’s version of this right has been changed to “The Right to Privacy”.
To illustrate this right, Scientology has created a video that shows a teen girl doodling in her notebook at school about her crush. Two bullies come along, grab the note and in front of the entire cafeteria, give the note to the girl’s crush, chanting “Read it! Read it!”
A dramatic moment ensues as the boy holds the folded note then smilingly hands it, unread, to the girl saying “I think you dropped this”.
End of video.
With one calculated 62 second film, Scientology reduces Article 12, so uncomfortably threatening in its original wording, to an act of bullying with a happy ending.
Justice4mom’s current blog post twists the threads of Human Rights with a hate filled violation of Rinder’s right to be free from attacks upon his honour and reputation. These twisted threads are woven into the “Church” of Scientology’s tapestry of deceit, creating an ugly picture of darkness and control.
Taryn Teutsch writes, “It is someone’s basic human rights to not be beaten, to not be assaulted and to not be domestically abused” while at the same time attacking her own father’s honor and reputation.
“Truth is truth and my father, Mike Rinder, lies like abusers do and tries to shame the victim—my mom. That is a violation of basic human rights. This is one example of why I work to raise awareness. It is up to each of us to do what we can to make human rights a reality, starting with women who have been abused by their spouse.”
This while she lies about and publicly shames an innocent man who was proven innocent by the law.
That is a violation of basic human rights.
Article 18 of the authentic Universal Declaration asserts, “Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.”
While 19 continues this with, “Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.”
Taryn’s self righteous fair game attack against Mike Rinder, sanctioned by her “church”, is an exquisite example of the most egregious violations of one man’s basic human rights that can be laid at any church’s front door.
This policy driven character assassination founded on lies goes far beyond one man. It is one symptom of a systemic disease of rot by a power hungry, greed driven leader on a foundation of narcissistic paranoia. David Miscavige has a great deal in common with Kim Jong-Un in that he rules by fear, lives large on the backs of his people and isolates his empire from the rest of the world through information control and lies, (though Jong-Un is taller than Miscavige by 4 inches).
Incredibly, Teutsch invites her readers to “Join me in celebrating International Human Rights Day. It’s important to everybody across the globe. It doesn’t matter your color, your race, what language you speak, what you believe in, human rights affect all of us. So it is within all of our interest to do something about it.”
That she can write this without spontaneously combusting is a mystery of epic proportions.
It is however within all of our interest to do something about human rights violations. This is an exceptional example of the admonition “If you see something, SAY Something“.
Every day Scientology engages in duplicitous actions that look humanitarian on the outside but hide the serious, abusive destruction of the Rights of all.
Taryn Teutsch, supported and directed by her “church” invites her readers to join her in her base attacks upon her father’s human rights. This invitation is to support far more than just the insidious character assassination of an innocent man. It is an appeal for others to disregard human rights altogether, to follow Scientology’s example and perpetrate hate. To endorse the emotional and psychological subjugation of the human mind, spirit and free will.
Every article on Taryn Teutsch’s blog, every post made on social media by Scientology spokespersons and defenders is an attack against society’s inalienable rights.
Taryn presents a choice, a challenge to all of us. Her blog, Justice4Mom represents what the new world, the “Cleared Planet” that Scientology wants to create, will look like.
Do we remain silent, apathetic to the pain and destruction wrought through the violation and dismissal of what makes us all free?
Or do we stand up, stand together and speak out against Scientology, do we take a stand against the injustice, crime and abuse they inflict upon the people they smugly claim to want to “save”?
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The Right to Privacy? Is that when you steal Rinder’s (or many others’) garbage and then demand the right to read it unmolested by any outside interference?
Or steal Paulette Cooper’s psychologist’s records?
Or out an alleged rape victim’s identity who was attacked on your watch and with your support?
Or publicize “confessional” records on web sites and then claim that it violates the “church’s” rights to be ordered to turn such records over to the “parishioner” they refer to?
Or out a private citizen as a “bigot” by plastering posters throughout the neighborhood and picketing their home?
Or tap a celebrity member’s soon-to-be ex-wife’s phone?
Or it the Right to Privacy simply that your organization gets to do all these things without being held accountable? Then again, maybe that’s the Right to Religion? It’s just so confusing!
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Of course Scientology enforces their privacy with barbed wire. Physically and figuratively.
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