All of them, those in power, and those who want the power, would pamper us, if we agreed to overlook their crookedness by wilfully restricting our activities.
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Long time critic, owner of Xenu.net
«People should be free to believe whatever they want, including Scientology. What I have against [Church of Scientology] is its deceitfulness, its lack of compassion for its members (especially the hard-working staff), its aggressive hard sell, its arrogance, its attack on free speech, its litigiousness, its harassment of its critics, its lack of concern for families, its gross neglect and abuse of children, etc.» — Andreas Heldal-Lund, "Frequently Asked Questions"
«Most people might see them as a bit of a joke because of their beliefs and teachings. But they are in fact the most controversial and dangerous cult in the western world today, and pose a real threat to free speech.» — Andreas Heldal-Lund, Sunday Times, "Revealed: how Scientologists infiltrated Britain's schools"
The Fight Against The Church Of Scientology On The Net
People should be free to believe whatever they want, including Scientology. What I have against Church of Scientology is its deceitfulness, its lack of compassion for its members (especially the hard-working staff), its aggressive hard sell, its arrogance, its attack on free speech, its litigiousness, its harassment of its critics, its lack of concern for families, its gross neglect and abuse of children, etc.
In this Pack you will find a series of brief articles about Scientology from a critically challenging perspective.
Who needs this information?
You have now entered the library of the inner most secret scriptures of the "Church" of Scientology. From November 7th 1996 and over a period of 6 months I, with the help from many friends on the 'Net, managed to keep most of these files on the World Wide Web 24 hours each day. We, and most ISP's in Norway, got our share of threats from the the lawyers representing Religious Technology Center (RTC) in USA. They have not dared to sue anybody in Norway, even though they have or have had lawsuits going in Sweden and America over the same material. RTC claim to hold the copyright for most of what the founder of Dianetics and Scientology wrote. They even claim some of it are trade secrets and made the name of their "religion" into a trademark!
The site provides considerable insight into the workings of Scientology, and it includes links to Scientology's "secret" documents as well as other information that the organization has tried to suppress.
The site is one of the focus points of the war between Scientology and the Internet. Scientology had made numerous legal threats to various Internet service providers that have hosted the site, demanding that it be removed from the Internet.
Blog: A life
in the world of Andreas
YOU COULD FIND SOME PERSONAL DETAILS ABOUT ANDREAS HERE, EXIT NOW IF YOU'RE NOT PREPARED FOR IT! Any resemblance with living creatures (including humans) on this site may be accidental and unintentional!
Until this week, anyone typing in "Scientology" on the wildly popular search engine found references to the Xenu.net site in the first page of results.
Now Xenu.net and clambake.org have virtually disappeared from Google's database.
When using the DMCA as a legal club to thwap critics, Scientology must claim that its copyrighted material has been unlawfully expropriated.
Andreas Heldal-Lund receives the Human Rights Award of the European-American Citizens Committee for Human Rights and Religious Freedom in the USA. [...]
Mr. Heldal-Lund is the fourth recipient of the Leipzig Award, which has been given each year to individuals who have made contribution to the bringing about human rights reforms in totalitarian cults that operate from the USA.
Andreas Heldal-Lund, webmaster for the most important internet site critical of Scientology (www.xenu.net) visits the Los Angeles headquarters of Scientology. Andreas is grilled by the webmaster of a site which smears critics of Scientology.
This raw footage features their exchange on L. Ron Hubbard Way and is one of two videos.
[Don't miss Part 2]