It’s Not About A Has Been Actress

A recent interaction on Scientologist Kirstie Alley’s Twitter account highlights one of the greatest issues in the struggle to properly redefine Scientology as a cult, not a religion.

Immediately Never Ins who have no idea as to the toxic realities of the organization Alley embraces began scornfully defending her.

Scientology survives exactly because so many people lack any understanding as to what it actually practices. More, because Scientologists employ this overt level of intentional disinformation the ignorance persists.

Kirstie Alley knows full well that @rcerler was absolutely correct in her comment.

Scientology’s war on every aspect of mental health support and treatment is unequivocally documented starting with Founder L. Ron Hubbard himself.

Citizens Commission on Human Rights, CCHR, is a cult front group dedicated to the destruction of psychiatry. Masking itself as a self appointed watchdog dedicated to “protecting” society from psychological abuses, OSA agent John Alex Wood once tweeted the true objective of the CCHR:

Further removing any doubt as to Kirstie Alley’s beliefs she, like every potential member seeking admittance to Scientology, signed the cult’s Enrollment Agreement which includes the statement:

“Scientology is unalterably opposed, as a matter of religious belief, to the practice of psychiatry, and espouses as a religious belief that the study of the mind and the healing of mentally caused ills should not be alienated from religion or condoned in nonreligious fields. I am in full agreement with this religious belief.

I do not believe in or subscribe to psychiatric labels for individuals. It is my strongly held religious belief that all mental problems are spiritual in nature and that there is no such thing as a mentally incompetent person–only those suffering from spiritual upset of one kind or another dramatized by an individual. I reject all psychiatric labels and intend for this Contract to clearly memorialize my desire to be helped exclusively through religious, spiritual means and not through any form of psychiatric treatment, specifically including involuntary commitment based on so-called lack of competence.”

Not only does Scientology consider the writings of L. Ron Hubbard to be sacred scripture which must be followed precisely and unquestioningly, but this Enrollment Agreement is unequivocal.

Kirstie Alley can NOT espouse any form of legitimate mental health treatment outside of the un-researched, baseless pseudo therapy crafted by her science fiction writer and founder, L. Ron Hubbard.

She knows this.

Her disingenuous, self righteous response to this tweet is exactly how Scientology spreads false propaganda in order to create the illusion of being an honest, dedicated religion under unfair attack.

Kirstie Alley purposefully lied in order to protect Scientology.

We have been asked why we bother addressing the bizarre, often offensive social media posts by a washed up, has been actress.

Calling her out has nothing to do with her erstwhile career.

This is about Kirstie Alley the Scientologist spokesperson and her continuing campaign to foment irresponsible, ill thought Hubbardian policy on good public relations. She is not only lying to her thousands of followers, but by doing so she is promoting the false image that Scientology is no different than any other religion and thus is deserving of the same rights and respect.

If Scientology is ever to be called to account for the abuse, crimes and financial fraud they espouse as religious doctrine, the public must be accurately informed.

Peeling back the layers of pretense until the rot underneath is fully exposed is the only way to stop the psychological terrorism and free those trapped within its dark web of deceit.

People like Alley’s followers who blindly defend Scientology simply because she is a member without understanding what membership means are unwitting partners in the cult’s Great Illusion.

Attacking those who speak the truth does a terrible disservice to the children who are trapped without a voice, taught that all bad things that happen are their own fault. It enables practices like the RPF to emotionally, physically and psychologically torture and break the minds and wills of Scientologists.

Bringing Kirstie Alley’s concerted misinformation and lies to light has nothing to do with her former day job and everything to do with her defense of an organization who defrauds, abuses and causes the most egregious destruction of the person, the family and of free will.

3 thoughts on “It’s Not About A Has Been Actress

  1. If I ever decided to post counter-arguments to scienbollocky propaganda on social media, I would preface them with 2 quotes: the one about “scientology scripture” consisting solely of the written and recorded words of El Con Blowhard, and the scientology policy known as “KSW”, which is an acronym for(as you already know) KEEPING SCIENTOLOGY WORKING. And then…I would proceed to share the “wisdom” of El Bong Stinkturd in all of its original, unedited, unmitigated glory. Scientology “scripture”(along with the muti-decade, international history of toxic individual and organizational behavior mandated by it)was, is, and always will be the primary, undeniable proof of its(scientology’s) innate evil and criminality. The lies, pseudoscience, contradictions, and low-end science fiction it contains confirm its ineffectiveness as a therapy and affirm its true nature: it’s an expensive, toxic, abusive scam intentionally designed to degrade and defraud its adherents while enriching, first Hubbard, and now, Miscavige.

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  2. “The Way to Happiness” is a brochure that the group distributes worldwide. The irony is that many who represent this group, Alley included, in my opinion, appear to be filled with fear, upset and anger. Results of this “tech” does speak volumes. Alley will remember her happiness the moment she confronts and shatters the lies buried deep within current beLIEfs. It’s work with doing. The pursuit (and attainment) of happiness is in the foundation of our nation’s Declaration of Independence.

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