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#21 diogenes227

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Posted 14 September 2017 - 03:34 PM

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Thank you ... you have a technique where NONE of your links work.

Everyone else's works fine.

 

Unless you are being sarcastic or just don't want to LOOK, you need to check your mouse.


Edited by diogenes227, 14 September 2017 - 03:42 PM.

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 05:26 AM

Gutless celebrities don't lift a finger to help Leah Remini from the Scientology harassment campaign.

Oprah, where are you?

That  would take courage, so they run the other way.

Celebrities love to pat themselves on the back, but when it 

comes to moral courage, forget it.

 

She is under a smear and harassment campaign from the Scientology cult as she 

battles the mind control organization that destroys families.

 

With the Emmy's a month away, info series/special nominee Leah Remini is more aware than ever about how celebrity Scientologists go to great lengths to keep away from 'the pariah.'

'Their job is to avoid me at all costs,' the 47-year-old ex-Scientology activist explained to USA Today on Monday.

'They just make sure, through their publicists, if I'm on one side of the room that they're on another side of the room. Or they don't show up to an event that they're scheduled to be at if they know I'm gonna be there. That's just the way it's gotten.'


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