November 2009 Blog Posts (4)

"Scientology faces allegations of abuse and covering up deaths in Australia" - The Irish Times, November 19th, 2009

THE CHURCH of Scientology in Australia was last night defending itself from a scathing attack by a politician using parliamentary privilege.



In a senate speech late on Tuesday, independent south Australia senator Nick Xenophon said: “Scientology is not a religious organisation. It is a criminal organisation that hides behind its so-called religious beliefs.”



Mr Xenophon questioned Scientology’s tax exemption status and called for it to be investigated by the police and… Continue

Added by someone on November 19, 2009 at 8:00 — No Comments

Aussie Senator tells it like it is

The appropriately named Nick Xenophon tells the Australian Parliament about Scientology:…

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Added by themadhair on November 17, 2009 at 16:51 — No Comments

RogueAnonymous: The Fall of David Miscavige

RogueAnonymous was one of the great vidfags of early Chanology, and had a fan thread on WWP "Tracking RogueAnonymous".



His vids usually start with Arabic music and are cast in a WWII newsreel style.



He withdrew his YouTube channel. Fortunately, WhiteTrashMessiah reposted all his… Continue

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"Scientology chiefs make €270,000 from Irish wing" - Irish Independent, November 14th 2009

THE Irish wing of the controversial Church of Scientology is making annual profits of over €270,000 but its director last night insisted all the money was going to pay off the company's "substantial debts".



A favourite with celebrities such as Tom Cruise and John Travolta, the local Scientology spin-off has been the subject of numerous protests at its Middle Abbey Street base in Dublin, with a Fine Gael TD branding the movement a "crackpot cult".



New financial filings show… Continue

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