@ExposeNetwork’s Scientology fueled paranoid madness continues in a recent series of tweets that leave us shaking our heads.
Coming from someone with no credibility whatsoever defending a cult with a proven track record of deceit, the hypocrisy of calling out an award winning journalist is laughable.
As for the asinine claim that Ben Schneiders “cut a deal” with either Leah Remini or Mike Rinder, this is just more Scientology stupidity.
A deal for what?
Schneiders has reported on the growing concern by members of Australian government over the how, where and why of Scientology’s millions in relation to their dwindling membership. In addition is the question as to what, exactly, is the cult’s “charitable” contribution to justify their exemption.
Unlike Scientology sycophants who write for Stand League, Ben Schneiders has responsibly collected and sourced facts. There are no tricks.
It really is quite simple.
According to Australian Law, in order to maintain charitable exempt status, Scientology must account for themselves and their massive income. Given the influx of millions with no corresponding growth of membership, questions have naturally arisen.
That @ExposeNetwork finds this process, built in to the Australian system and applicable to all who have charitable exemption, the result of some dark and insidious personal vendetta directed by Remini and/or Rinder (or the mysterious and shadowy “Other”, unnamed Big Pharma maestro handing out checks to all and sundry) shows exactly the rampant Hubbard paranoia infecting it’s adherents.
Scientology has never been warmly welcomed in Australia. Certainly it has it’s own detractors right there Down Under. Why would Schneiders have to look to the U.S. for someone to strike a deal with?
What discredited stories has Ben Schneiders written of? The only ones attempting to cast doubt on the facts is Scientology, itself.
Schneiders’ articles are clear. He doesn’t dissemble or equivocate. As for the claim he is writing about something he knows nothing of, beginning with his April 3, 2021 article any reference to Scientology appears carefully researched and correct. @ExposeNetwork makes these vague, spurious, statements but falls far short of providing any foundation for them.
Accusations that someone is being paid to attack Scientology as a way of explaining away the uncomfortable truths has long been a go-to cult tool. Adopted as a favorite line by Lyin’ Ryan Prescott in his multiple insipid scribblings, The Check is as illusory as OT super powers.
As illusory as Scientology’s protection of Freedom of Speech.
Exactly how Schneiders is being kept “on a rope” is unknown. @ExposeNetwork never gets around to exposing Schneiders’ constraints. One can only assume the details are as top secret as the names of the Big Pharma syndicate passing out all those checks.
@ExposeNetwork cannot seem to decide whether Schneiders has cut a deal with Remini and Rinder or is being controlled and “on a rope”. Either Ben is working with them or he’s caught in their grasp.
Consistency is not a Scientological strong suit.
Frankly, these baseless Dead Agent attacks against Ben Schneiders goes a long way to answer another one of their tweets; “Is Scientology hostile to the press?”
Ben Schneiders finds himself in the bullseye of Hubbard Policy in action and it isn’t due to a lack of credibility.
Dead Agenting’s whole purpose is to mislead a journalists readers into disbelief. If Schneiders were not touching a nerve Scientology would not be squealing so loudly in pain.
Ben Schneiders is very credible, his recent articles addressing Scientology are obviously threatening by their veracity and this is the best possible proof.