To all the concerned, outraged people who ask what they can do to help in the fight to expose Scientology:
For years Scientology has gleefully embraced social media as a tool for massive public Fair Game attacks against former members who have spoken out against them. Right now there are numerous malicious websites created, supported and operated by this so-called church. Across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter one finds accounts dedicated solely to the propagation of lies and character assassination.
The line between Freedom of Speech and hate has been lost, blurred by the protections of the First Amendment for a cult whose foundation is greed, deception and destruction.
Scientology is slowly faltering.
Membership is dwindling, millions of dollars of real estate sits mouldering across the country.
This “Fastest growing religion on the planet” isn’t.
Not anymore. (If it ever really was.)
But COS is still protected by a vast network of well paid lawyers and cushioned with millions of tax exempt dollars.
In spite of numerous survivors coming forward with their first hand testimony to abuse, fraud and crime, this cult still seems untouchable.
Appearances can be deceiving however.
Fighting against this conglomerate is not a sprint but a marathon.
This is where Never Ins are the best possible resource. We outnumber Scientology and we have truth on our side.
After a years long battle with Twitter upper management two of the most vicious of Scientology Fair Game accounts have finally been suspended for their Fair Game, psychological warfare against Leah Remini, Mike Rinder and other former members.
In a stunning victory, @TarynTeutsch and @FreedomEthics are no longer available to promote lies, harassment and hate.
The only reason this finally happened is because dedicated Never Ins banded together and acted. Day after day these people saw Fair Game in action and decided that something would be done about it.
Scientology’s biggest asset beyond the First Amendment protections and their ill gotten tax exemption is the public’s apathy. They rely upon the idea that people will either not be bothered to act, or they’ll soon give up.
Achieving the removal of these two Twitter accounts took years. It took constant action. Reporting a hate account on any social media platform only takes a moment or two, but it also takes consistency.
So too the fight to bring Scientology down.
We can do this.
Often it will only take a few minutes to write a letter or email or to report a Fair Game account. If we all do this; if we become a constant, unending VOICE, we can effect small changes.
Never Ins are rocks flung from ballista against the razor wire topped walls surrounding Scientology. Every person who decides to take even a few minutes to speak out equals another bombardment, another fissure.
Scientology will fall under a siege of constant small victories. The suspension of two Twitter accounts may seem a drop in the ocean, but enough drops make a flood and floods are dangerous.
This is a war of attrition, a fight of patience and endurance.
Scientology is comfortably accustomed to bullying their way through everyone around them. Miscavige believes he can have his own way and the rest of the world be damned. Even the loss of these two accounts will be noticed.
It’s a beginning.
What can you do to help? What can you do to fight back against the cult that has hurt so many people?
Be a rock.
If you are on social media, appoint yourself as watchdog and monitor of Scientology accounts. When they cross the line report them.
You will be ignored and denied.
Do it again.
Write letters to the U. S. Treasury, the IRS and your Congressional Representatives. Write one good letter to each, make copies and mail them out every month.
Help us continue to crack Scientology’s walls until they finally, irrevocably fall.
Following is a list of known Scientology Twitter accounts that can be watched for Fair Game abuse and reported.
Scientology counts on us all giving up and fading away. If we do they win.
Please don’t let them win.
Scientology Smear accounts & Front Groups on Twitter: