>America’s Home Grown Terrorists. Anonymous fights back

>While working on my early 19th century vocabulary, I noticed that huckleberry’s like myself have been watching this Scientology brew-ha-ha grow into a nare-do-well ruckus for a couple of months now, dag-nab-it.

First there was the book, Tom Cruise: An Unauthorized Biography, which paid for lawyers all over the world to send their children to college. I don’t know if any of these accusations are real, but even before I heard them I was dubious about Mr. Cruise. What kind of person sues for being called gay? How insecure is he? The Cruise cult immediately released their lawyer dogs and tried to sue in England.

Then came the Tom Cruise interview video that the Scientologists tried to redact from the internet. (Click here).

They’re still trying to sue anyone who posts it, which makes me wonder if they really think the internet is just a series of tubes. I would of loved to be at the office party when the lawyers were told they were going to be paid for censoring the internet. How much does that cost? I haven’t seen thinking like that since the Republicans demanded the government deport 11 million Mexicans. “Yeah, we’ll get right on that.” – spokesman for the Dept. Of Immigration.

Best I can figure, Scientology may just be a cult of lawyers. Not much else about them makes sense.

The Internet fights back!

Yesterday a group calling themselves ‘Anonymous’ took to the streets to protest Scientology. Some of them even protested outside Austin’s own Church of Scientology on the Drag. Anonymous is a group of interneters that feel they’ve had enough of the vindictive ways of the Church of Scientology and its corrupt nature.

For years I had decided to give the Cult of Cruise the benefit of the doubt; after all, I’ve never heard of them actually hurting anyone. Which actually means I was too lazy to do a google search. One google search later:

Terrorists Alert!

There are terrorists. Right here in River City. “That’s a ‘T’ that rhymes with “T’ that stands for terrorists.”*

* from Dick Cheney’s big book of homosexual-free re-written Broadway musical numbers

Not only is The Church of Scientology a cult, these guys are terrorists! If you take the time to look at the protesters in Austin (click here) you’ll see some are wearing masks. Why? They say it’s because they were afraid of retaliation, and after researching the issues I’m convinced that it’s not a far fetched assumption.

Here’s two entries in Wikipedia which will explain:

Operation Snow White

Operation Snow White is the story of when the scientologists “. . . included a series of infiltrations and thefts from 136 government agencies, foreign embassies and consulates, as well as private organizations critical of Scientology, carried out by Church members; the single largest infiltration of the United States government in history with up to 5,000 covert agents.” WTF? Is this right? Yes, apparently it is. Don’t they call this kind of thing ‘Organized Crime?”

Operation Freak Out

Operation Freak Out was a conspiracy to frame author Paulette Cooper on false bomb-threat charges, and conspiracies to frame Gabe Cazares, mayor of Clearwater, Florida, on false hit-and-run charges.

They wanted Paulette Cooper in prison or committed to a mental institution for writing a tell-all book about their cult. After reading what these thetan obsessed morons did to Cooper, I’m having a hard time understanding how they kept their tax-exempt status. Since when do we allow criminal organizations to set up shop downtown? Since when do we give tax-exempt status to criminals? Always. That’s the American way.

Paulette Cooper said it best in her own words: Looking over my shoulder, The Inside Account of the Story That Almost Killed Me: Saturday, June 23, 2007

If you really want to know all about Scientology check out Inside Scientology written by Janet Reitman for Rolling Stone Magazine.

If you want an even closer look into this madness, check out L. Ron Hubbard’s own words click here: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2594270091066150939

Best as I can figure, the Group Anonymous is just that. I’m not sure how to join, but I did grab this interesting comment from the internet:

How do I join the internet group ‘Anonymous?’

Jim Crocker


If you want to be anonymous, maybe you should stop putting your name at the end of everything, dumbass.

Working for the International Brotherhood of Mind your Own Business. Or, NAMBLA for short. A wholly pwned subsidiary of Who The Fuck Are You?, Inc.

This whole thing gained momentum when this Tom Cruise interview video hit the internet:

The Defamer.com has done a great job in bringing the fight to the sociopath Scientologists. Click here

I think the group Anonymous is the most interesting part of this story. Other sites point to 711Chan.org – Here’s their forum discussing the protest: http://711chan.org/xenu/

I can’t get over how a virtual community can come alive like that. That’s huge. Whoever you are Anonymous, keep up the good work!

Click here to sign a petition to brand Scientology a cult – thereby taking away their tax exempt status. Unfortunately, if one of the defining characteristics of a religion is that they attack whoever doesn’t share their beliefs, the Scientology cult qualifies.


2 responses to “>America’s Home Grown Terrorists. Anonymous fights back

  1. >Interesting stuff – looks like the masks are of Guy Fawkes, who tried to blow up Parliament back in the olden days in England, and are probably based on the 2005 movie V for Vendetta, where the final battle scene has everyone in Guy Fawkes masks. Cool.

  2. >Okay, now I’ve got to rent the movie.Thanks

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