Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Woman Driven Insane By Scientology

This is absolutely horrible. There is a video on YouTube of a Scientology customer who has been driven absolutely insane, worse than Tom Cruise, if you can believe it. Here is the video:

Click Here for Insane Scientology Customer

The poor woman has been subjected to such debilitative brainwashing and human rights abuses by Scientology that she starts screaming "pussy!" over and over until whatever's happening in her head causes her to turn around and walk away.

This is what Scientology does to people. The Scientology crime bosses and ringleaders deliberately drive people insane because they're so much easier to control and rook money out of such people when they're incapable of thinking for themselves. Scientology opposes mental health because a healthy, sane populace does not give their money to organized crime syndicates.

That level of violent insanity is what eventually kills innocent people.


Atrocitus wrote:

Hi guys. I'm one of the protesters in Minneapolis that day.

It started off as any other protest, really. Singing, dancing, handing out fliers. Around 11 or noonish, Georgia Tourettes comes by, pointing at all of us and calling us stupid. (lol wut) She as you already know by now had an issue with us wearing masks. While one Anon braved her rampage to explain to her why most of us wear masks, she wasn't having it and kept on with her shit. So chants of "Don't feed the troll!" were given and she flipped us off and walked away...right as a Minneapolis P.D. was rolling up onto Nicollet. Unfortunately, nothing happened to her and was given a warning.

She then came by a second time with the same nonsense, although with less energy. A couple of Anons tried explaining Fair Game again, but no success there. Most of us just pointed and laughed as she passed.

Then the third time around, she started her pussy rant. In an effort to drown her out and perhaps save some little kid's ears, we started our chants. And as you see in the vid, she gets up in as many faces as possible before going to hang out at the bus shelter about a half block away for like a minute. Surprisingly enough, she came back. But wasn't shouting at the top of her lungs. So brave anon from before attempted again to explain Fair Game. So she walks into the org. Three minutes later, she comes out and declares in her own special way that it doesn't exist.

Around this time, Minneapolis P.D. rolls up again and tells her to GTFO. I'm still curious as to why they didn't just arrest her. Last I checked, that amount of swearing loudly was illegal here. At least she was out of our hair for the rest of the day.

Whether or not she was a Scientologist, I'm not sure. She could very well be one of the random drunks that hang around Nicollet Mall. However, pretty much all of them have been fun and cordial and nice to us. For drunks, that is. So Scientologist: high probability.

Other then the video that Chipotle customer grabbed, one of our guys grabbed some and put it on his channel, found here:



Sunday, April 12, 2009

Insane Scientology Infiltrators Thrown out

Utterly amazing. These insane Scientology criminals are so hurting for money that they're trying to "poach" customers right from out of Christian churches, trying to rook and swindle people while hiding their true identity.

Get a load of what these fuckers have been up to. It's great seeing that Anonymous is out there helping to protect people from these Scientology criminals.

Rant Scientology invades Baptist convention

Definately go to the blog that reported this for the comments that have been posted. Here is the report copied for the CCHR blog:

Rant Scientology invades Baptist convention

Cincinnati Baptist Church held a convention on mental and physical health this weekend in Cincinnati. Churches such as this one are increasingly providing conventions such as this to bring in doctors and mental health councilors who can talk with their parishioners and test them or advise them on health issues.

In today's economy and many increasingly going without medical benefits, events such as this may be their only way to meet with health professionals at no cost and receive advice and information that could lead them to affordable care.

What started as a simple function to help those who seeking care turned into a strange comic like event involving cultist infiltrators into the convention who were then followed by a mysterious group of masked protesters who came to warn the convention goers against the menace that walked among them.

While the parishioners of the church came into the convention center seeking advice and to learn about important health issues from medical professionals, another group of people came slinking in behind them with a separate agenda. Sporting clipboards with questionnaires and pink flyers railing against psychiatry and the medical industry, Scientologists came in seeking the names and phone numbers of those attending the convention.

But you wouldn't hear from them that they were out recruiting for the so called "Church" of Scientology, a non christian cult that is in direct competition with the Baptist Church as well as against many forms of medical treatment and all forms of psychiatric treatment. Revelations of who they really were would come later when those who gave out their information were invited into their "org" building and struck with a high pressure sales pitch that would put them on the path to changing from Baptists to Scientologists.

Convention security caught the soliciting Scientologists and threw them out multiple times before another group showed up, a masked group of protesters known as Anonymous. The Baptists were at first concerned their convention was being targeted. However the Baptist Church representative in charge of the convention came out to speak to the protesters to find out why they were outside wearing masks and learned the real reason they were there... to warn the Baptists that the people with the clipboards and pink flyers were there to try to lure them into the Cult of Scientology.

The representative was quite upset to find out they were being targeted and moved quickly to announce over the loudspeaker system to everyone inside to avoid giving personal information to the Scientologists and that they were non Christian cult members trying to poach Baptist membership with fake questionnaires and "personality" tests. The warning given to all, the Anonymous protesters moved back to protesting the Scientology cult building a block away.

This kind of infiltration of medical based conventions by Scientology cult members is nothing new and plays out in many major cities across the US, often unbeknownst to those running the events. Thankfully many citizens are using their power of free speech and anonymity to come out and face down the cultists and to warn those who are running these helpful events that they are being lied to by the cultist recruiters who come in under the guise of providing their own form of "help".

So if you or your church are going to be running one of these conventions, beware of infiltrators bearing clip boards and who are evasive about who they are or simply claim they are there to talk about "Dianetics". Beef up your security and screening and involve law enforcement to remove the Scientology recruiters in case you need to get an injunction to keep them off the premises in the future.