Friday, June 01, 2007

Jumpin Jack Cruise

Werd in da hood is that Elron "Jackboots" Hubbard's loony master race has taken exception to stuff that has been said about the increasingly weird cult known as The Church of Scientology.

Well, as it happens, I know what pisses the cultists off more than anything else and it's pictures of Big L's handwriting being bandied about by people like me who think... correction ... who KNOW that Xenu is the biggest acid-tripping wankfest that ever was or will be.

The Wikipedia entry on it is hysterical.

Let's go clear about this: Hubbard was a con-artist. His followers are ALL fools. Level 9 in the hierarchical maelstrom is nothing short of deranged paranoia brought on by drug induced psychosis.

Are all you Scientologists wigging out yet?

Just wait! There's moar!

Someone in your organisation has been fighting tooth and nail to shut down any website that exposes the truth about Scientology. The number one taboo is putting up images of Elron Bastard's handwriting. Wonder why...



Come and get me, Tom. (just for the lulz, you understand.)

As soon as your fuck knuckle buddies see what I've done here, as no doubt they will because the P&A Liars Team will doubtless point it out - Trevor's the creepiest freak yet to be incarcerated - they'll appeal to blogger to have me cease and desist for whatever mongy reason the CoS legal department deems fit. Just like they did with codebot.org last year. http://theunfunnysequel.ytmnd.com/

So here's some moar of the same scribble from the same bent page as the one above...




It says:

Data (1) (1)
The head of the Galactic
Confederation (76 planets around
larger stars visible from here)
(founded 95,000,000 yrs ago, very space opera)
solved overpopulation (250 billion
or so per planet) -- 178 billion
average) by mass implanting.
He caused people to be brought to
Teegeeack (Earth) and put an H Bomb
on the principal volcanoes (Incident 2)
and then the Pacific area ones
were taken in boxes to Hawaii
and the Atlantic Area ones to
Las Palmas and there "packaged."
His name was Xenu. He used
renegades. Various misleading
data by means of circuits etc.
were placed in the implants.
When through with his crime Loyal Officers
(to the people) captured him
after 6 years of battle
and put him in an electronic
mountain trap where he still
is. "They" are gone. The place (Confed.)
has since been a desert.


Good God almighty! How could any sane person take this shit seriously?

Oh, they don't. They deny this shit until you're deemed insane enough to believe it and you prove your insanity by giving them millions of dollars to take the anti mental health training. (Or jumping on furniture on television, right Tom?)

Lermanet has been fighting the evil Choich for quite a while and apparently it was all over the public display of snippets of Hubbard's barely legible scrawl. Praps it's because it's amazingly similar in scrawlage quality to that of Adolf Hitler - although his signature is somewhat more elegant - almost gay. Have a look at it at the bottom of this begging letter he posted in 1947.

He wasn't well. As this shopping list of complaints will illustrate.

Speaking of not well, click here to see "a day in the life of an Operating Thetan at level 7." I imagine this is how Trevor spends most days too.

So why am I bringing this up all of a sudden?

Well, as I mentioned right at the start, The CoS has taken exception to stuff being said about it on the interwebs and they've apparently had websites shut down and without going through the legal and proper channels to do so.

They've upset Anonymous.

Anonymous is rounding up his mates.

That means it's party time!

*edit* It has begun! As requested by comment:

http://www.theargus.co.uk/display.var.1422841.0.0.php


There are of course shitloads more links exposing the Choich of Scientonomy for what it really is but you can find those for yourself by googling them.

2 comments:

Uatu The Watcher said...

Look at this article and the comments in The Argus a local paper for Brighton, Hove & Sussex in the UK.

"Scientology is not a church or charity. It is, in fact, a cult"
http://www.theargus.co.uk/display.var.1422841.0.0.php

You may want to post a link yo your blog!

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