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battlefield earth • carmen sferco • factnet • john travolta • l. ron hubbard • letter • mark bode • sunday times (australia)
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Oct 1, 2000
Battlefield Earth (M) — Sunday Times (Australia)
May 21, 2000
Letters: Battle rages — Sunday Times (Australia)
Type: Press
Source: Sunday Times (Australia)
RE Travolta's Battlefield (May 7) which reports on John Travolta's new film about Scientology. Now I've heard it all. Subliminal messages in our movie theatres - what next? LSD in the popcorn as part of some pre-conditioning experiment by the Psychlos? This so-called watchdog, FACTNet, wouldn't be the first small group that has come up with some "controversy" to launch themselves into the spotlight. The only connection between Battlefield Earth and Scientology is the author, L. Ron Hubbard. Mr Hubbard was ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
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