Clearwater, Florida may have dodged Hurricane Ian, but it did have its own angry windbag to deal with. As reported by Vice News here and here, Scientologist and CEO of PostcardMania Joy Gendusa created a flap resulting in unwanted PR for both her company and her so-called “church”. As Florida braced for Ian, which had […]Read More Scientologists: People of Goodwill
Now that Mike Rinder’s book A Billion Years is published it comes as no surprise that a collective wailing can be heard from Scientology. What is surprising is that COS/OSA/Taryn Teutsch would launch such a weak counter offensive. Taryn honestly thinks, with so much hard evidence available proving she’s lying through her teeth, that Megyn […]Read More Oh the Whining, Wailing and Gnashing of Teeth!
Clearwater, Florida has long been targeted by Scientology to be the cult’s version of Vatican City. In recent years however, COS’ behind the scenes land grab has been exposed to the consternation of Clearwater citizens. Having crept into the City under an assumed name and false intentions, Scientology furiously and viciously attacked then mayor Gabe […]Read More Is South Africa Scientology’s New Mecca?
Tattling is a core virtue in Scientology. Members are not simply encouraged to snitch on one another, they are required on pain of punishment to do so. Guilt by association means if you knew of an infraction but kept silent then you are just as culpable. This particular policy clearly illustrates the pettiness and immaturity […]Read More Scientology: Elder Abuse in the Name of Fair Game
Scientology teaches that the spirit (Thetan) and the body are two separate entities. In fact Hubbard’s followers refer to the body simply as the Thetan’s vehicle, a “meat body” that is animated only so long as the Thetan is using it. Thetan, on the other hand, is “immortal” and spends eternity dropping one meat body […]Read More Fair Game: A Disgusting New Low
Scientology teaches that when something tragic and horrible happens in one’s life it is because they “pulled it in”. Somehow, due to hidden “crimes” in a distant past life, a person earned the cosmic karma of illness, misfortune or loss. COS also claims it can remove the grief and pain from such experiences from one’s […]Read More Mike Rinder’s Misunderstood Tweet
As Valerie Haney fights for her right to Due Process, Aaron Smith-Levin posted a video that calls to mind the twisted path of Scientology “justice”. The journey begins with the Enrollment Agreement. In order to be considered a legal contract, enforceable by a court, the document must abide by certain requirements. Amongst those requirements are: […]Read More Scientology: The Enrollment Agreement, Suppressive Acts and the Comm Ev
“There’s no job qualification needed, no lengthy resumé and no set of important-looking initials preceding or following one’s name required to become a humanitarian.” Hypocritical Cult Stand League celebrated World Humanitarian Day by publishing a sanctimonious article as fake as it’s author. Scientology’s very foundation wobbles upon the myriad of lies told by their Source; […]Read More Stand League Celebrates World Humanitarian Day.
In the aftermath of 9/11 Scientology created the New York Rescue Workers Detoxification Project in order to garner good PR for the cult. Essentially this was a fancy new name given to a questionable old practice; The Purification Rundown. The “Purif” as it is known, contends that long hours in an excessively hot sauna, interspersed […]Read More Theft By False Pretenses: Scientology’s 9/11 Scam
Trigger warning: this article contains descriptive information about suicide. Scientology’s front group, Citizens Commission on Human Rights, CCHR, claims it is “a nonprofit charitable mental health watchdog organization established by the Church of Scientology in 1969, is dedicated to eradicating psychiatric abuses and ensuring patient protections.” Recently it held an event in which it claimed […]Read More Is CCHR Credible?