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Sep 23, 2007 Madman or messiah? — Independent.ie
She was open-minded enough about Scientology, if a bit dubious about some aspects of the life of its founder L. Ron Hubbard. Imagine Carol Tobin's surprise, then, when her hopes of a private jet and a Hollywood career with Tom Cruise were dashed as its adherents appeared to reject her
Is it just cynical old me or is Scientology a load of old cobblers or, as we would say here in Ringsend, a load of bullshit?
Oh, I can hear the ...
Jan 1, 2001 Brainwashing manual parallels in Scientology
Aug 29, 1978 Church claims U.S. campaign of harassment // Scientologists advance charge as rationale for aggressive policies — Los Angeles Times (California) More: link
Los Angeles Times (California)
The Church of Scientology contends that for more than 20 years it has been the target of a systematic campaign by the United States government, together with "vested-interest pressure groups" such as the medical professions, to "suppress the church's spiritual practice and expansion." The church advances this accusation as the fundamental rationale for its aggressive policies of defense-by-attack against individual critics, private groups and government agencies perceived as "harassing" Scientology. Church spokesmen, moreover, expand upon the allegation of systematic persecution to ...
May 20, 1976 Scientologists review 'false reports' data — Largo Sentinel More: link
Government intelligence agencies have created and distributed false reports on the Church of Scientology for more than two decades, according to a 20-month study by an investigative panel within the religious group. Citing a documented, 380 page submission to the Church's Board of Directors, the Special Task Force on Religious Defense has charged the government with "malicious interference in the Church's affairs and with violations of its First Amendment rights," according to Kathleen Heard. The materials studied by the task force ...
Jan 1, 1971 The Scandal of Scientology - 16 Scientology Versus Medicine — Tower Publications, Inc.
Apr 7, 1963 Scientology claims cure, chases Reds, vexes U.S. — Detroit Free Press More: link
Detroit Free Press
When the Church of Scientology offered last August to send its E Meter into battle against Communist subversion, President Kennedy didn't even say, "No thanks." Because this religious organization when scorned has political fury of a Hell it doesn't especially believe in, Mr. Kennedy will hear more about his oversight. In the meantime, the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has seized the E Meter. FDA, bureaucratically unconcerned with any spiritua or ideological magic the machine might work, had United States ...
Brain-washing - A synthesis of the Russian textbook on psychopolitics
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