Why We Should Speak Up

Scientologist Deanne Macdonald completed the Super Power Rundown on May 1, 2017. This spectacular and expensive achievement allegedly means she has paid for “a super fantastic, but confidential series of rundowns that can be done on anybody whether Dianetics Clear or not that puts the person into fantastic shape unleashing Super Power of a thetan. This means that puts Scientologists into a new realm of ability enabling them to create a new world.”

Judging from this description it would appear that not many Scientologists can afford the Rundown.

None of them are stepping up to create a new world.

This seems an outrageous waste of money and time. Why take the courses if one is not going to apply the skills learned in them?

For Macdonald’s part, she’s had the Bright Idea to use her Super Powers not to help the planet, but to write for Stand League.

Macdonald’s current post attempts to explain Why You Should Speak Up against evil.

Opening with brief comments on various brave historical persons who managed to accomplish incredible things in the face of terrible odds, Macdonald segues into the importance of standing up against injustice.

“…it seems to me that everyone has a choice to make in life, and it really is a choice. You can be the sort of person who spends her time bringing evil and discontent into this world or the kind of person who strives to help others and bring a zone of peace and understanding to the environment around her—the kind of person who stands up for what is right or the sort of person who doesn’t. It’s really that simple.

(Note the use of the pronoun “she”. Who might Deanne be referring to?)

Deanne Macdonald’s inability to discern the hypocrisy of her article is testament to the blindness caused by Hubbard’s Tech.

What she fails to understand is that the difference between Scientology and the historical people she expresses admiration for is action.

“I can tell you about the Yugoslavian rebels who saved 500 American and British pilots and managed to get them out of the country by way of an airstrip they made with shovels, hoes and rakes.”

Where Scientology would have Volunteer Ministers show up, take a few photographs then issue a press release about their heroic contributions, the rebels actually did something.

“I’ve read about people who seem to have been cousins of the angels and those who seem to be the offspring of the devil himself.”

Scientology insists that they are the only hope for Mankind. Their tech, teachings and policies are The Only Answer.

Tom Cruise, in his infamous video says, “…in Scientology he or she has the ability to create new and better realities” and “Being a Scientologist you look at someone and you go ‘absolutely’ you can help them”.

Yet they don’t.

This is the bottom line.

They don’t.

Despite the delusions of grandeur the reality is that Scientology has done absolutely nothing since it’s inception that could remotely be described as fulfilling all the empty talk.

Deanne Macdonald insists that we all have a choice to make when faced with evil or hate and her words are correct.

We do.

Her religion makes that choice every time they enforce the policies of Fair Game and Disconnection.

Every hate filled, dishonest “Who Is” website is a choice.

Each false claims that Rinder is a “wife beater” is a choice.

Macdonald makes the choice to spend her time writing hateful words that cause harm when she attacks Leah Remini and Mike Rinder. She chooses to be a negative influence on the world, to spread hate.

Exactly as does her so-called church.

“…more importantly, everyone has to decide if they want to be the kind of person who tears people and things down, or the kind who improves conditions by helping others.

Leah Remini began her current journey because she was concerned about a friend.

Shelly Miscavige had gone incommunicado and Leah worried about her.

The result of this care and concern was that Remini was forced into months of emotional and psychological abuse through sec checks and hostility.

Later, her award winning docuseries Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath put that same compassion into action by providing a platform for other former members to finally, safely speak.

Remini and Rinder together created a safe space where none had existed so that hurting, damaged souls could start to find peace.

From them, The Aftermath Foundation was born. Here people who are trapped and need assistance to escape find the practical real world help to be free.

Mike Rinder and Leah Remini make this choice and it’s a decision for good.

In return Scientology has stalked, harassed and attacked both of them unceasingly.

While Scientologists like Deanne Macdonald pay constant lip service to doing the right thing, their actions speak louder than any words.

Macdonald writes “The government cannot regulate kindness. It is you and me that can really make a difference. And no matter what anyone would have you believe, you actually can make a difference.

So the question here is; who has made the biggest difference?

Scientology with its Fair Game, destruction of families, human rights violations and paranoid revenge ideology?

Or is it the people who, in the face of hate, lies and torment, chose to forge ahead and fight for change, goodness and right?

The answer to this is why we should speak up and clear the planet of hate.

Every voice can actually make a difference.

4 thoughts on “Why We Should Speak Up

  1. STAND League=BLAND League…Just like the rest of scientology’s “social betterment” programs, this one is built on a malignant narcissist’s concept of “appearing to do good” in order to control and manipulate and dominate the people it has been created to impress or influence. Everything in scientology begins and ends with its ” scriptures”, which are the edicts, proclamations, lies, and psychopathic ramblings of Ron Hubbard that form its policies, books, and courses of study( in the culty sense of study, i.e. indoctrination). A close reading of scientology policies reveals that they NEVER have and NEVER will create or embark upon a sincere, altruistic, effective “social betterment program”, because it is FORBIDDEN! I am happy that I can refer anyone with questions about scientology’s fake “social betterment” programs to this blog. Keep up the good work!

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  2. To add to the hypocrisy of the post, it’s decorated with a picture of (the hands of) a Black woman. It’s safe to say that neither one of these attributes would have endeared a person to Hubbard. Or to the cult that Ron built.

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