Scientology has levels of hypocrisy that range from eye rolling inanity to infuriating offensiveness.
Kirstie Alley keeps the former alive with her Twitter contributions.
Stand League contributor Dylan Green’s July 15th article is firmly of the latter category.
Anchoring his piece with a stock photo of two young Jewish boys from the Holocaust, Green goes on to describe how those two boys could have been his children.
Claiming to have grown up in a multi denominational home, though stressing his Jewish roots, Green laments his own experiences with intolerance.
“I never personally experienced violence for my religion, but I’ve encountered untold discrimination and denigration from tabloids, ‘reality’ TV, disgruntled apostates, and antireligious propagandists.”
Dylan Green, driven by Scientology’s lack of insight or compassion, uses the unimaginable horror of the Holocaust as a foundation for his petty fair game attack.
Not content with his insensitive abuse of the Holocaust to further his agenda, Green next co-opts the 2018 tragedy in Pennsylvania.
“I heard that a madman, obsessed with ‘white genocide’ theories and neo-Nazi ideology, murdered 11 people, mostly elderly, at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. It didn’t take long to realize that this was in Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill neighborhood where I’d visit my grandparents in the summertime, and it was the Tree of Life synagogue where my grandfather had been bat mitzvahed.”
Bat mitzvah means “Daughter of Commandment”.
Dylan Green is a member of Scientology. An intolerant cult that has embraced The Nation of Islam; THE most anti-Semitic, intolerant, hate filled group other than Scientology, itself.
Louis Farrakhan’s ugly accusations against the Jewish Community contain the same misguided hate that drove those behind the Holocaust.
One wonders if those two small boys peering out from the mists of time might be looking in pained askance at Green.
“Why are you exploiting our innocence lost to hate and violence?”
Green proudly proclaims; “…Scientologists stand against hate with members of all faiths—bigotry and harm against any one of them is of dire concern to every member of the human family.”
Scientology stands against hate?
How would those children feel to know that Scientology celebrates a notorious anti-Semitic group actively teaching their own youth to hate?
“We must educate our youth (and ourselves) about the injustice and oppression of the past so that we are wise enough to see the signs of propagandized discrimination in the present, and have the courage and strength to speak up and do something about it.”
Such high ideals are shot down in flames when held against the weak and cowardly actions of Scientology. The hypocrisy and deceit are not just painful to behold, but egregiously disrespectful to all those truly brave souls lost.
Dylan Green’s selfish inability to understand his offensive actions continues as he writes; “When I see my two boys running around at the park, enjoying their freedom, the brothers in the photograph come to mind. To me they are not victims. They’re messengers. The older brother is saying, ‘It’s up to you now.’ He’s speaking to all of us.”
These smallest, most innocent humans were victims.
Victims of the hate that Scientology awards.
Perhaps a better thought might be that they wonder why in 2021 an intolerant cult finds it appropriate to use their image in such a hypocritical manner. Reducing their loss, diminishing their suffering all in the name of revenge and a clueless, cold hearted disregard for that which should be held above such pettiness.