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Posted 23 September 2017 - 08:27 AM

The gutless bigwigs of Hollywood don't have the moral courage to confront the Scientologists who recruit there. 

 

Finally a hero emerges: Leah Remini 

 

Leah Remini calls out John Travolta and other celebrity Scientologists: 'Cut the s***' 

 

 

Remini did not hold back in delivering her message to stars like John Travolta and Tom Cruise, among others.

 

“Whether you’re a celebrity or not, something has to go off in your mind where you go, ‘This isn’t right. I’m justifying horrible behavior in myself and in others,’” Remini said, referring to the church’s alleged abuse, extortion, and other crimes she is dedicated to exposing.

 

The Emmy-winning show also broke down how Scientology recruits celebrities, and how lucrative it is for those stars to then recruit other celebrities. 

 

 

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Posted 04 October 2017 - 05:53 AM

Scientology is a classic example of Middle Class exploitation, in this case by a Hollywood Ruling Class.  Zombie celebrity Scientologist Tom Cruise is treated like an emperor with a thousand brainwashed slaves.

 

Journalist Wright paints a picture of organizational chaos and a leader, David Miscavige, who rules by violence and intimidation; of file-gathering paranoia and vengefulness toward apostates and critics; of victories over perceived enemies, including the U.S. government, won through persuasion, ruthless litigation, and dirty tricks.

 

Even more shocking may be the portrayal of the Sea Org, a cadre of true believers whose members sign contracts for a billion years of service, and toil in conditions of indentured servitude, punished mercilessly for inadvertent psychic offenses.

 

Their treatment is a far cry from the coddling afforded to the much-courted celebrities.  

 

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 04:54 PM

Former Scientologist Leah Remini believes the Church is behind sexual assault accusations against producer and former member Paul Haggis 

 

Scientology is a sick cult with a warchest of 3 billion dollars and an army of lawyers and private investigators they use to smear and harass former members who criticize the "church." 

 

  • Screen writer and producer Paul Haggis has been accused of rape, sexual assault and misconduct by four women
  • Publicist Haleigh Breest has filed a civil lawsuit against Haggis, and three other women have come forward anonymously
  • Leah Remini and Mike Rinder have come out in support of Haggis, saying they believe the Church of Scientology has manufactured and funded these claims


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Posted 18 December 2018 - 07:31 PM

Connections between Scientology and the Nation of Islam                    https://www.national...ng-connections/

 

Scientology is commonly known as the religion of the stars. Its reach inside Hollywood is deep, and celebrity recruitment is a huge component of the group’s marketing strategy. 

 

 

With the bad PR that Scientology has received thanks to the Remini series and other exposés, its recruitment efforts have taken a serious hit. 

 

One Scientology insider told me, he believes that the bulk of Scientology’s new recruits are members of the Nation of Islam. Few groups are as familiar with bad publicity as the Nation of Islam, so recruits from that organization are probably undeterred by being disliked by most Americans.


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Posted 29 January 2019 - 07:38 AM

The "Church" of Scientology has reportedly turned towards Bollywood and other parts of the world for new celebrities to recruit into its ranks,    https://sputniknews....lebrities-hunt/

 

The sect  has so many Western Celebrities — Tom Cruise being the most notable example — who are getting old, and no young celebrities are interested in joining the cult due to its high membership costs and bad reputation.  

 

 

"You'd have to be a complete moron to be an up-and-coming celebrity who gets involved in Scientology without Googling it and finding out that getting involved will cost you a lot of money and potentially destroy your family", says Mike Rinder, a former Scientology executive turned outspoken critic.  

 

"They have created their own nightmare with their reliance on celebrities", said Rinder, referring to the church's longtime strategy of using stars to normalise founder Hubbard's far-out teachings. "You have Leah [Remini] and [Director] Paul [Haggis] turning around [in their beliefs] for all the world to see".


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