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?
Or; How Ryan Prescott helped organize a giant circle jerk. Lyin’ Ryan Prescott has, after a blissful absence, resurfaced. It would appear that the wannabe author is now working with the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) and his first project was as chaotic and misleading as any of his former offerings. “What do at […]Read More CCHR’s Mutual Adoration Conference
“In 2016, Andre Barkanov called the Church of Scientology in Los Angeles and threatened to assassinate the Church leader, the receptionist, her family, Church staff and Scientology parishioners. Barkanov, who was found to have an arsenal of guns, had no direct knowledge of the Church but, when interviewed by the LAPD, stated he made the […]Read More Scientology’s Fair Game Continues
Mike Rinder has written a book about his experiences while in the cult of Scientology. Due to be released in September, we encourage Never Ins to not only order this book, but to use Amazon Smile with The Aftermath Foundation as the charity. One can only imagine Mike Rinder bobble heads ricocheting off walls and […]Read More Bigotry Funds Scientology
As Taryn Teutsch celebrated Independence Day by taking yet another pot shot at her father, Stand League’s Hate Monger Monitor kept things equal by firing at Leah Remini as well. So much for freedom, liberty or justice. Directly on the heels of Twitter posts celebrating freedom and condemning hate, ugly Stand League’s even uglier stepsister […]Read More The Lies and Hate Continue by The Most Ethical Church on the Planet
The preamble of the Declaration of Independence begins: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal…” Scientologists believe they are superior to the rest of the world. Scornfully referring to non members as “Wogs”, the ultimate duty is to save the world in spite of itself, Clear the Planet and […]Read More Happy Independence Day
I do not know Mr. Haggis. I’ve never met him or spoken to him. Frankly, before Scientology and the Aftermath I’d never even heard of him before. I’m not a big movie watcher. I prefer a cuddly blanket, a good book (preferably about magic and dragons) and a cup of tea. More importantly, one does […]Read More Paul Haggis-Some Thoughts