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—————- In anticipation of her biggest day in court yet, Laura DeCrescenzo and her attorneys hit the Church of Scientology with 928 pages of new filings —————- Details from 18,000 pages of evidence show how Scientology manipulated a child to keep her working under slave-like conditions —————- A key document describing DeCrescenzo’s unwillingness to have her coerced abortion is missing from the evidence Scientology was ordered to produce By Tony Ortega Wednesday afternoon, Laura DeCrescenzo filed explosive new information in her four-year legal odyssey against the Church of Scientology, submitting 928 pages of new declarations and exhibits in anticipation of a crucial October 23 hearing in her lawsuit against the church which alleges abuse, including allegations that she was forced to have an abortion at only 17 years of age. Key to the new filings is information gleaned from thousands of pages of previously secret files that the church fought mightily to keep under wraps. But on Monday, the U.

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Sunday Funnies: Scientology sends us a letter!

SDSmallOn Sundays, we like to reveal to you the various things our tipsters have forwarded to us during the week — mailers and fliers that Scientology sends out to its members as the call for donations goes ever onwards.

This week, the world of Scientology is preparing for one its biggest days on the calendar. New Year’s Eve is a major landmark for the church, because, well, who knows. It just is. So make plans to get on down to your local org for some late night partying and wallet loosening.

Let’s start with the biggest change for the church and its New Year’s Eve plans. For the first time ever, the main party will be not in Los Angeles but in Clearwater, Florida. In yet another sign that things are shifting to Florida at the expense of Scientology’s other major hubs in England and California, the main event will be happening on December 27 at that big tent near the Super Power Building which has seen so many other big celebrations in recent weeks.


 
NewYearsFSM

 
An FSM convention? We’d love to hear from our experts on this. We had definitely gotten the impression that Scientology’s network of Field Staff Members had really taken it on the chin in recent years as Scientology leader David Miscavige had put the emphasis on his Ideal Orgs.

We have to wonder what that “INCREDIBLE new FSM release” is going to be.

Anyway, the folks at WISE are also getting into the act, begging the dentists and chiropractors that WISE targets to come on down for the New Year’s Eve party in Clearwater and tour the Super Power Building…

 

Dear xxxx,

How on earth would you describe genuine magnificence?

The awe-inducing, soul-stunning, reality-shifting and inspiration-surging kind of magnificence?

Well, that’s the question I asked myself when I sat down to write this email to you.

An opportunity exists for you—and I feel compelled to let you know about it.

Because it truly is awesome.

What now exists — permanent and for all the ages — is a truly magnificent experience at the brand-new Flag Building in Clearwater, Florida.

But it’s not good enough just to hear about it.

It is WAY beyond description.

It has to be personally experienced. You need to see it for yourself.

And when you do, that awe-inducing, soul-stunning, reality-shifting and inspiration-surging kind of magnificence will come home to you — and remain with you forever.

You’ve heard it said “It’s a Whole New World”. Well, in about a week, on Friday, 27 December, 2013, you have an opportunity to not only experience magnificence, but also be part of a truly monumental New Year’s celebration unlike any we’ve ever experienced.

Because the 2014 New Year’s event itself will celebrate our most monumental year ever.

The details of what will be shown are best put in the category of “what we’ve always dreamed of.” But one thing I can tell you is that in addition to everything else, you will see a presentation on WISE that will make you proud — and inspire you to reach out, learn even more, and use and disseminate LRH Admin Tech to help you put yourself and others on a real path towards Prosperity.

Like I said, this is an opportunity.

If you weren’t already planning on going, then from me to you my advice is:

Drop everything and just go. Bring your loved ones and friends.

You (and they) will be very glad that you did.

Call Flag at (727) 639-6313 to book your weekend now. Flag has extended a very special one-time incredible offer of a single all-expenses weekend package rate.

It includes a very special tour of the new Flag Building.

The New Year’s event is free.

The experience is priceless.

Best regards,

Scott Waldroff
CEO WISE International

P.S. I am very interested to hear back from you, with any news, suggestions, wins—and most of all your plans to make it to Flag — and launch into your best year ever!

 
“The event is free.” Ha ha ho ho ho — no, stop it. Come on, we’re trying to breathe here.

Speaking of letters, we’re going to include this next one not because it’s the most interesting come-on we’ve published here for Sunday Funnies. It’s actually kind of pedestrian. But we’re including it here because it’s the first time we’ve received an appeal like this not through one of our many tipsters, but directly from the sender. And just wait until you see who that is…

Hello,

In your practice you have helped many people. Possibly you have never considered that the well-being of your practice depends first and foremost on how well you yourself are doing. Are you taking good care of yourself? Do you have the time to do so?

I’m sending you this little note to let you know that in our counseling/coaching practice we are all about helping you, the helper.

As the star of the show in your practice, you deserve a little TLC, as well!

Our results are reflected in the uptrending statistics of those practice owners and directors who we have helped: personally with any life issues that may need addressing, as well as professionally, helping you spot solutions to your personnel or business issues.

Call us for a free consultation. 818.366.9899

With Respect,
Michael Lewis
Senior Technical Director
Valley Life Improvement Center

 
Yes, Michael Lewis — father of Sons of Anarchy star Johnny Lewis, who died in such a terrible way last year, for some reason put us on his mailing list. Um, thanks?

 
We thought this next letter was pretty remarkable because we’ve been wondering what David Miscavige was going to do now that he’d blown his wad on so many long-awaited reveals. For years, he’s kept his flock donating and donating as the prospect of new e-meters, the Golden Age of Tech II, and the Super Power Building were always just a few months away. Now, it’s all out, and we expect him to have a tough time filling the Super Power building and selling those meters to a dwindling membership.

For so long, it was the anticipation of something new that Miscavige relied on. So what does he do now? It turns out, some new project is already in the works to keep the membership in anticipation.

We were forwarded this letter that went out from Lauri Webster of CSRT — the Scientology entity that gathered funds for the Super Power Building. Look at what Lauri mentions most of the way through this missive…

 

Dear CSRT Contributor,

As you must have heard by now, if you were not personally here at Flag, we had the Grand Opening of the new Flag Building and the release of Super Power this past weekend! This was the biggest event and the most exciting release in the history of our religion!

This has been an incredible accomplishment for all of us, and it would not have been possible without your help. With this new building, the powerful tech of Super Power and the release of the Golden Age of Tech Phase II we, as Scientologists, are now well on the way to making planetary clearing a reality.

On behalf of the executives and staff of the Church of Scientology Religious Trust, I want to thank you for all that you have done to make this possible. As our goal, like yours, is to bring the news of Scientology to others and to reach as many as possible by strengthening and fortifying the focal point for Scientology, this objective of a Cleared Earth is being realized.

CSRT is going to be launching its next project in the coming months — of which you will be hearing more about — you may even see some of our staff in your city! That said, the foundation of our next project is going to be laid by our existing supporters, namely you.

The future, for all of us, depends upon a shoulder-to-shoulder effort once again. Thank you for all you have done to make our victory happen!

Much Love,

Lauri Webster,
CSRT Project In-Charge

P.S. I have enclosed our new gift form and return envelope for you. Please help us launch into our next phase by sending in a donation to the Church of Scientology Religious Trust.

 P.S. — Is that the most halfhearted appeal for cash you’ve ever seen from a Scientology executive? Hm.

So let’s get on to the colorful fliers that came in this week. We’ve got a nice collection from all over the place. Once again, we’ll start at Ron’s home in England…

 
SaintHillNYE

 
Hey, Randy! How’s that Student Hat going for you?

 
RandyFulton

 
Another satisfied family in Silicon Valley, beaming after forking over a truckload of cash…

 
Barillas

 
Hurry up, folks — you only have a few more days to take advantage of your supplicants at the IRS!

 
FSOTax

 
More cash for the new auditorium in Los Angeles. Keep on postulating!

 
PACTaylor

 
Scientology Christmas sermon? Wouldn’t that be cool to sit in on! “75 million years ago, the false image of Jesus Christ was implanted in the alien soul that inhabits your body. There was no Christ. That will be $3,000, payable on your way out. Xenu bless.”

 
XmasCC

 
And finally, some Australian eye candy for you youngsters hesitating about signing a billion-year contract.

 
syd01

 
Thanks again to our great tipsters. Keep those items coming!

 
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Posted by Tony Ortega on December 22, 2013 at 07:00

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  • Ardent

    What with this ‘Move up in Status’ crap? Are they now saying that basically you’re MUCH cooler and more KSW if you give so much your bank account weeps? Do people wear little tags letting folks know how much they give? How repellent. I feel really sorry for those cute little Barillas kids, whose future is now, probably (unless mom and dad have MILLIONS) in serious jeopardy. Not to mention the threat of Scientology itself on their little minds.

  • outraged
    • Robert Eckert

      It was linked to earlier. If they’ve got a bunch of dox then it would be more impressive to drop them than to boast about how they’re going to drop them sometime later.

      • outraged

        I’ve been reading this blog for months. The writer(s) seems very honest and angry. Courageous even. I’ve read extremely detailed information. It is hard not to believe the stories. Like everything to do with CO$, the tales are violent, sad and usually do not end well.

        • Scream Nevermore

          I’d give them more credence if they didn’t feel so obliged to bad mouth the Bunker and all who post here.

          • Rachel Heidi

            Ditto. They whine like… OSA trolls.

            • Bury_The_Nuts

              Agree……..but I do give them some credit. I think they are most excellent poker players.
              They got bluffing down pat!

          • Davka

            They seem to have taken offense at what they perceive to be Tony’s dismissive ness of their identity and claims. It’s interesting, but not sure who gave them that big ol’ axe to grind.

            • Nigel8

              Axe to grind? What is their goal? To outshine the preeminent Scientology investigative journalist on the planet with a blog? Sounds fishy

            • riotgrrrl

              i think they are probably like that about everyone in their lives. very catty. BUT they do have good info.

          • outraged

            Why are they bad mouthing the bunker? I never understood that. There’s some grudge thing going on.

            • Captain Howdy

              It’s because they’re some old time critic and they missed the boat on the anti-scientology action and they feel that Tony is some kinda upstart – even though he’s been doing this since 1994 or something.

        • Captain Howdy

          They’re errand boys, sent by grocery clerks, to collect a bill..

          • Rita Gregory

            Ah, Brando.

      • Bury_The_Nuts

        I thought they were embedded Anons? Now they are insider 2nd and 3rd gen trust fund babies.

        Oh vey.

      • Artoo45

        So, here’s the weird thing, I just caught up with where they left off when they flounced off, clutching their pearls in indignation. There’s an article smearing some guy named Anissimov, and they link to a “whoismikeanissimov” website at blogspot. I thought that was a Scilon trick. They started out fun and interesting, but they went off the deep end with their allegedly final post in August. I never actually saw what Tony said about them here at the Bunker, but it surely pissed them off. I enjoyed them at first, but now I’m totally suspicious with this latest set of posts. I hope they do have the dox they claim. If they turn out to be who they claim to be and have the goods to sink the SS Hubbard, I think nobody would be happier to be wrong about their identity than Tony, if he ever said anything about them at all.

        • Robert Eckert

          What Tony said first was that they were wrong about a house they claimed was Shelly’s prison; it was Mary Sue’s old house, belonged to the Hubbard children and not CoS. They got mad about that. Then Tony said that he knew who led thier team, an angry Old Guard anti-scilon whom he would not further identify. There followed a ragequit and most of their last posts are no longer visible.

          • Artoo45

            Sounds tedious. Glad I didn’t live through it in realtime. Thanks for the Cliff Notes version!

  • media_lush

    hmm…. just got this strange email (to my twitter address) from kellywindserj65@yahoo.com – she calls herself Tyl

    …. of course this isn’t a word document…. wonder if it’s our Monty Python Head of Narconon fan

    • Scream Nevermore

      I can’t remember where I saw it, but I’m sure he ran his own computer company at one stage.

      • media_lush

        yeah, he has “how to join twitter” meeting for the computer illiterate in local cafes and such

    • media_lush

      yeah, it’s definitely a virus…. I rerouted it to another web account and got the webmail app to attempt to open it and this is what comes up…. well, it’s nice to know that I’m pissing someone off, lulz

    • Miss Tia

      I got that email too!!!! Just tossed it in the trash folder. The weird thing is, remember a few years back Gawker ID/passwords WERE hacked? I got an email from Amazon before Gawker, suggesting I change my account password as my email was on that Gawker list—I was very impressed with Amazon for doing that!

  • Sandy

    Am so sorry for both Vikings & Packers fans

    • Sandy

      So it goes, sometimes …

    • Espiando

      I’m not. I’m a Bears fan. If they win tonight, they’re in and the FudgePackers are out.

      • Captain Howdy

        Dah Bears are definitely in dah fudge tonite!

  • Cat Daddy
  • Rita Gregory

    Anyone feel like going to Radar and posting a relevent comment to push doggie down the page. I’m fresh out of ideas. http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2013/12/tom-cruise-drops-lawsuit-against-publisher-over-abandoning-suri-claim/#comment-1174071372

    • SandraFer

      I’m there…i couldn’t resist a jab to 6dog though…:(

    • SandraFer

      that Jackreacharound person is very strange. Acts like he’s anti-scientology but then jumped all over another poster that accidentally put a wrong person that died from the introspection rundown. He’s also FILLING the board with strange rants about Tom Cruise that are just annoying.

      • MaxSpaceman

        you think he’s like a $cilon O S A double agent?
        Like Philby, England 1950s ?
        That’d be too weird. ? wouldn’t it ?

        • Robert Eckert

          No, no, no.

          • MaxSpaceman

            Did lifter 168 acknowledge that his avi is him? so he’s saying he’s craig golias ?

            • Bury_The_Nuts

              Did anyone ask him, outright?

            • Robert Eckert

              He has mysteriously disappeared.

            • MaxSpaceman

              he is back now. 4min. ago he posted response to you

            • Bury_The_Nuts

              YAY!

      • Robert Eckert

        He’s a regular there, and that place has a different culture than ours. He does not like the Sci-tis but finds us Bunkerites somewhat off-putting as well.

        • SandraFer

          oh, got it. Just saw your post there…awesome!

        • Bury_The_Nuts

          I can understand that.
          Mass attack of the people with IQ’s in triple digits over the “justin bieber” is HOT, crowd.

          • Robert Eckert

            We’re spending our time arguing about Scientology issues very remote from the Tom Cruise story which is the nominal topic of the thread.

            • Captain Howdy

              Robert, it’s “Sunday Funnies” which means there is no real topic, not to mention as a topic it it ran out of gas pretty fast.

            • Rita Gregory

              I thinks he means the topic at Radar.

            • Captain Howdy

              Thanks, silly me. Time to hit the crypt.

            • Rita Gregory

              Rest well Captain. :)

      • SandraFer

        Kinda take it back..he just posted some really good ones. Sorry reacharound if you’re reading this. :)

        • Rita Gregory

          That is why I’m just not sure yet. Maybe he’s just hyper. :)

          • MaxSpaceman

            he is uber hyper, Rita, ya’ got that I got that 2

      • Rita Gregory

        Yes he is strange. I don’t know what to think about him yet.

      • Nigel8

        If his “persona” is Jack Reacher, then it’s not surprising he would be focused on Cruise

        • Robert Eckert

          He created that ID just for the Cruise article.

    • MaxSpaceman

      3D is over there.
      And Jack Reacheround is banging the doors!

    • Robert Eckert

      I stuck an old HuffPo summary of a Daily Mail interview that hit all the hot buttons: Cruise’s one-sided love affair with Miscavige, Leah’s departure, the disappearance of Shelly, and disconnections.

      • Rita Gregory

        Thank you sir!

        • media_lush

          rather than be angry I’ve adopted this tactic….

          • media_lush

            …. and this

      • media_lush

        I put todays scientologycelebrity piece up… enturbulation overload for sure

        • Free Minds, Free Hearts

          I love it Lush – I copied part of it again at the top.

        • riotgrrrl

          WOAH! thats crazy if it’s true! good for tom. id have newfound respect for him. mistakes can be forgiven if one learns and changes. hopefully this guy learned:

        • Robert Eckert

          Good job

    • Bury_The_Nuts

      I want to do it…but it is Sunday and I have to work tomorrow and the last thing I want to do is be spitting up 6 dogs pubic hairs all night.

      • Rita Gregory

        OMG LMAO! I bet he shaves!

    • media_lush

      I’m using a new tack… gets them annoyed and seems to be working

    • Free Minds, Free Hearts

      Rita – you were doing great. I just posted a couple of comments, happy now? I decided to reference Mike Rinder’s blog, though Mike references back to Tony.

    • DeElizabethan

      Been there for a few hours. Looks like he opens his mouth after every single comment now.

      • Free Minds, Free Hearts

        That’s okay, we can ignore him and just add new posts…

      • Rita Gregory

        I’ve been in and out there today. He does like to flap his yapper.

      • riotgrrrl

        whats he talking about?

  • L. Wrong Hubturd

    Maybe I’m the only one, but when I saw that photo of Randy Fulton, I thought it was our favorite Sea Orge, George Baillie.

    • Bury_The_Nuts

      ^+^+^+^+^+!!!

      • Baby

        Bury.. I have never seen that before.. Look at you create that fancy whatchamacallit..

        • Rita Gregory

          It looks like an EKG. ^+^+^+^+^+^+^+

  • media_lush

    Disqus is screwed again… load more posts just jumps back to last post….. so I can’t post to the relevant post:

    …. re the East Grinstead Narconon con comic booker https://twitter.com/johnalexwood – I think he might have got into trouble as he has literally been tweeting cult crap numerous times an hour hours on end. Before I outed him I checked his twitter feed and it was half a dozen tops a day.

  • nottrue

    Stephen (staff member) What the fuck is that around your neck.A slug

    • Observer

      I noticed that too. Whatever it is, it looks weird.

    • Nigel8

      It’s a clam or some type of mollusk!

    • Bury_The_Nuts

      snorts

      Edit: I am still not over the competing vertical vs. horizontal stripes.

    • Baby

      Ok I just wrote this to Columbo..

      My hubby wears one always .. It is called a Hei Matau.. It is a Talisman from New Zealand. My hubby is a Fisherman..

      He used to wear a bone one but now has a green stone ( a lot of people say Jade..) but a green stone that my step son waited 3 years for them to find. It represents Strength, good luck and safe travel.

      The Maori people of New Zealand carve them.

      My hubby can carry it off better than this MODEL. He wears it under his shirt and you can’t even see it.

      • Observer

        I’m guessing your husband doesn’t wear his on a cord short enough to strangle him.

        • Baby

          God NO.. I just looked at him.. it’s ( 4-5″) under his T shirt .. I showed him Stephen’s and he laughed and said..

          ” What a Hot Dog..” hahahhhahhaa

          • Rita Gregory

            :D

        • Rita Gregory

          Ewww! I can’t even wear a turtleneck without feeling like I’m choking.

      • nottrue

        Now that I know what a Hei Matau is tell your hubby sorry

        • Baby

          Hahahaha.. Nottrue … He is the most mellow guy you will ever meet. I have never heard him lose his temper.. He is the last person in the world that would be offended..

          His son got married in New Zealand and brought him back his He Matau.. and it has sentimental reasons. Because my hubby literally lives on the water when he is in his Fishing Zone..

          But he actually groaned when he saw it on Stephen.. ugh

      • Dee Fogger

        Should have read more before I posted the same information to someone above. Oops.

        • Baby

          HAHAH DEE.. I saw someone was typing and I knew that someone who knew what it was someone would be all over that..

          • Dee Fogger

            When I left NZ I was lucky to have been given a few. The one I wore one for many years I eventually gave to a Native American friend. True story even if you don’t believe in this, my friend was studying with the tribe medicine man and he called a few days after I left to tell me how powerful the necklace was and asked if I wanted it back because he wasn’t sure he was meant to have it.

            • Baby

              I think that is a great story Dee. Wow.. Your friend sounds very spiritual . You couldn’t have given him a more special gift.

              My husband is attached to his because it was given to him by his son .. and that makes it a special gift to him.

    • Robert Eckert

      A Maori carving from New Zealand.

      • nottrue

        I googled it.Ok its not a slug

  • IBBy

    I seriously question the authenticity of the people in the Sydney ads. It wouldnt surprise me if they use good looking models, probably not Aussie, for their ads. If they are trying to recruit the younger set, it would make sense to use younger good looking models. I dont believe the models are American, but possibly brits. An ad in Australia wouldnt tarnish their portfolio as its not meant to be seen by the general public.

    The juxtaposition of Stephens gray hair and fauxhawk is baffling.

    • Bury_The_Nuts

      Thank YOU;………I was thinking the same thing…..re:your last line!

      • IBBy

        He’s quite nice to look at, but the hair is so confusing. is he going through a mid life crisis? Pulling a clooney? Why does he look like he could fit in at a frat party? So many questions!

        • Bury_The_Nuts

          Yah! Exactly!!!

        • Nigel8

          He looks like he borrowed his clothes from a costume shop

          • IBBy

            it looks like a staged catalog shot, which makes me question the authenticity. I’m supposed to believe that everyone on staff at Sydney Org left modeling careers to pray at the altar of a bloated blowhard and a diminutive megalomaniac? mmhmm.. totally seems legit

            • Baby

              and not only that.. Shit if he was Too Legit to quit..

              They would have put his last name in too.. PUHLEEEEEEEEEEase..

            • Bury_The_Nuts

              He is pretty damn cute though? eh?

            • Rita Gregory

              Oh ya!

            • Baby

              NOT my type Bury..

              At my Age when I look at a Guy’s Package..

              I’m talkin about 401..

            • L. Wrong Hubturd

              Liar!

            • Baby

              LAR

            • riotgrrrl

              yes. no last name is making me wonder

        • aurora50

          and how did he get his hair quiff to match the shape of his ears?

    • Captain Howdy

      Of course they use models, that’s old news. You don’t have to worry about getting Winston to unperson a model because they blew or got declared.

      • Baby

        It is not a yin yang necklace Mr. Howdy.. If you can’t find my explanation to Columbo or nottrue..

        scroll down..

        • Captain Howdy

          Got it, thanks.

    • http://frankdisalleisadummy.wordpress.com/ Get Chutney Love

      I think he’s prematurely gray, as his five-o-clock shadow doesn’t show any gray, which isn’t true if you have age-related graying. That would account for the fauxhawk, and maybe they found that this model ‘tested well’ with their target audience.

    • riotgrrrl

      he’s hiding something–

  • Cat Daddy

    Watch this movie with your children and you will have a bond forever

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmgmXgoBZFo

  • Suppressive Tomato

    For the model in an ad entitled “Certainty”, Stephen exudes anything but certainty. He’s got gray hair, implying age, but it’s all spiky, implying youth. He’s dressed like a professional, but it’s offset by the silly necklace and pose. He supposed to be straight per LRH dictates, but that’s not a wedding ring and he’s putting out some vibes, if you know what I mean. This ad would be better titled, “Confusion”.

    • Dee Fogger

      The silly necklace is actually called a hei matau and is a symbol for the Maori of their island creation myth. Before they started being mass produced, they were all hand carved. Traditionally, you aren’t supposed to buy one for yourself. It must be a gift from another and is meant to provide you with luck and safe passage. I don’t know what’s up with Stephen it might not just be ornamental. Or, he could just be a tool.

      • Suppressive Tomato

        I’m guessing he’s not a descendent of the Maori people. Which makes him a tool.

        • Dee Fogger

          I vote tool, too, but to be fair you just never know.

      • Casabeca

        Thank you, been wondering about that for hours :).

  • Nigel8

    Does anyone know approximately how many OTVIIIs there have been?

    • Suppressive Tomato

      I know this isn’t the answer you’re looking for, but technically, none. Because it’s a state that doesn’t exist.

      • Nigel8

        I’m just doing a little project, looking for what the cult claims as high-level OTs, like how many OT7 and OT8

        • Suppressive Tomato

          I doubt that any official source would give you a tally, but one of the Anons that counts up completions that are published in official publications might have an approximate tally. I’ve seen something along those lines somewhere on the Interwebs.

          • Nigel8

            Thanks!

    • OT8squared

      It would also be very telling to know how many left or were declared SPs.

      • Nigel8

        Yeah, or went insane or went to prison or committed suicide

        • http://frankdisalleisadummy.wordpress.com/ Get Chutney Love

          Or died of cancer.

          • Baby

            or still in the Hole

  • Suppressive Tomato

    David Miscavige … Shorter than 98% of the world’s population.

    • Baby

      Would you PEASE warn us first.. Good God.. DM playing Pocket Pool right next to the baby.. Gross..

      • Miss Tia

        The baby is 1/3 his size too!!!

        Something that gets me, is someone with such a height insecurity, why does he make himself look so minuscule with those HUGE stage sets at Co$ events? I mean, he just makes it WORSE and makes himself look TINIER! Is that his subconscious doing that? Or am I reading too much into those things and should just go to bed? Yeah, i should just go to bed! :)

        • Suppressive Tomato

          I always thought that was part of the reason for the grandeur of the sets. The sparkly gaudiness and sheer magnitude of the set would make anyone look small. It throws scale so out of whack that you can’t really tell how small he is. I didn’t realize just how short he is until I started seeing photos like this with other people next to him. In the context of those stage sets, I had no idea …

          • Miss Tia

            Oh that’s very true! I didn’t think of it that way before!! Thank you!

      • Baby

        HHHHHHHHHHHahahhaha DM just downvoted me..

        He didn’t like that one little bit.. Good Lord man your’e the one with your hands in your pocket NOT me.. UGH

        • Suppressive Tomato

          You must be considered a high-value target to get the Downvote Tech applied to your post, but none of the others here …

          • Bury_The_Nuts

            She is a High Value PIECE OF WORK……………..Eat that Dave!!!!!!!!!!!

          • Baby

            Yep.. He hates me..

            HEY DAVEY YSCOHB XOXOX Merry Christmas honey bunny love YOUR Baby

      • riotgrrrl

        why doesnt her motherly instinct kick in?

        • Baby

          OMG hahhaah that is hilarious riot.. ha.. and the mother’s face is priceless..hahaha

    • riotgrrrl

      lol scientist found his ancestors. natives say they were mean little buggers…

    • Bury_The_Nuts

      LOL..Messed Up!

    • Jo

      I’m 3 inches taller, I’m a giant. I’m a giant?

  • c_the_g

    That last guy may be certain, but is he *insouciantly* certain?

  • LetsGetCoS

    Sorry for the way off-topic post– been out for several hours. I just want to thank the folks who said “welcome, we hear ya” about trying to remain somewhat polite with the trolls, even though it’s really hard to do sometimes. Because screen names cross boards, even a couple of us having our jollies can wind up speaking for Tony’s forum at The Bunker. He deserves that we behave ourselves in public, kids! If you absolutely must feed them, send one line zingers like Miss Tia’s tweets. I think just throwing fact after fact out there benefits the public and more importantly, the victims, more than shouting matches ever can. Happy Happy Holidays, everyone! Thx for listening!

    • Suppressive Tomato

      Agreed. When I’m on other sites, I assume most don’t know a whole lot about Scn, so I try to keep it informational.

    • Free Minds, Free Hearts

      I agree, LetsGetCo$. Adding comments at the top pushes the others down. My target audience is (1) regular folks who have just wandered by and (2) airing some of the problems so that the OSA trolls can see them. Remember why Tory got out – she was treated respectfully and also she saw a lot of the stories.

      • LetsGetCoS

        I totally agree. I now send folks here to learn about the real face of CoS, and they expect an adult experience. Hell ya, have fun with it, but we must remember thousands are directed here at the beginning of their web exploring, and we owe it to them to deliver information and help. And fun, if they stick around! Off to bed, thx everyone!

    • Bury_The_Nuts

      STOP TALKING. Just let me enjoy that awesome AV!
      Ahhhhhh….

      • Rita Gregory

        Awwww! Dat ‘lil piggy is so cute!

      • Rita Gregory

        I’m gonna brag! I’ve seen both these guys live! Not together but they kicked ass!

        • Scream Nevermore

          Same here – oh for the wild days of my youth!

      • Captain Howdy

        Yes indeed..LETS ROCK!

        This one’s for Skip & Fred

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSciv_hdeZk

    • Free Minds, Free Hearts

      Another reason to ignore – 6dog now posts “thanks Tony” as a reply to every post. That just lengthens the comments section; I think it is best to ignore and not respond.

      • Suppressive Tomato

        OK, I’m sorry, but I’m trying to bait him. It’s childish, I know. But I just can’t help myself.

        • Free Minds, Free Hearts

          Yeah it is hard to ignore sometimes but I think he is baiting us and wants a response, any response will do.

          • Suppressive Tomato

            That’s OK. I’ve got a fresh beer and two weeks of vacation ahead of me.

            • Free Minds, Free Hearts

              All right!!! Enjoy those two weeks and not feel badly about obsessing spending all your time on the bunker!

            • Suppressive Tomato

              Well, I only give it an hour or two here and there. I’m busy working on my Bridge To Total Freedom, after all. In my line of work, moving an ashtray with my Thetan is a pretty useful skill.

            • Free Minds, Free Hearts

              Well good for you. I wish I could keep it to an hour or two here and there… Good luck with the ashtray thingy. I suppose it is indeed a useful skill – there are fewer smokers and so fewer ashtrays, and this way you can always have one at hand if needed.

      • WhamBham

        He is getting VERY desperate…posting over and over just WAITING for a response…fun to watch. :)

        • Rita Gregory

          He hates it when you don’t respond. He gets all bent out of shape sometimes and says things that are flag worthy. If he goes too far over the line he may find himself banned. Hee, Hee.

          • WhamBham

            heeee! oh…actually, we kinda need them to bring the numbers up on the comments section so Radar will keep covering Scientology because of the high numbers.

            Hmmm….the dilemma.

            • WhamBham

              but him and his other name lifter seem to be doing that by themselves so i think it’s ok if we don’t answer as much.

              but maybe sometimes…i can’t help myself!!

            • Rita Gregory

              I can go about a week without baiting them. Then I allow myself one comment and ignore any response. I don’t generally argue with them. It makes them mad and shows anyone lurking or not very knowledgeable about Scientology just what assholes they can be.

            • WhamBham

              ooh, a week?! You’re strong..When I reply, I try to reply to their posts that are WAAAAY on the bottom of the page so the numbers go up but people don’t really read posts that low.

            • Rita Gregory

              Some days it’s not easy to do but the reward is watching them lose control. ;)

            • Rita Gregory

              Bottom of the page is good, it keeps them from having their comments at the top. Keeping informational posts at the top of the page is the goal for me.

            • WhamBham

              yep :).

              i think 7cat gave up for the night so our posts are staying up there for now.

            • Rita Gregory

              Sometimes they try to sneak back in after it’s been quiet for a while. The night shift does a good job of watching them so it doesn’t really work.

            • WhamBham

              Yes, you’re right. they’ve been doing that the last few days.

            • Free Minds, Free Hearts

              I am tired so no good on the night shift, I need to sign off soon. Tomorrow is a workday, darn.

            • WhamBham

              ‘night. :)

            • Rita Gregory

              The Bunkerites in the UK and Australia as well as the night owls over here generally keep them in check. :)

            • Rita Gregory

              Good night. Sleep well.

            • Free Minds, Free Hearts

              Thank you!

            • Free Minds, Free Hearts

              Yes I agree, and it does seem like they went to bed.

            • Rita Gregory

              If they get banned generally they just come back under a new id, so no worries there!

            • WhamBham

              yes, that’s true. He’s so stupid he’ll come back as 7dog….

            • Jo

              I love your sense of humour.

            • WhamBham

              why thank you! :)

          • Free Minds, Free Hearts

            Yes I noticed that too, hates being ignored. Hm. Who does that remind me of?

            • Rita Gregory

              Creepy familiar, eh?

      • Rita Gregory

        You are doing great over there FMFH! Thanks for your hard work. :)

        • Free Minds, Free Hearts

          Thanks Rita, that means a lot coming from you!

          • Rita Gregory

            Awww, thanks. That’s really nice of you to say. :)

  • Free Minds, Free Hearts

    In case you missed it, Mike Rinder posted what Lauri Webster is collecting money for. Another building. Instead of a tent. They want $1,000 from everyone this week.

    “Your help has most definitely accelerated Scientology’s speed of expansion!!! And now we have officially launched the next phase to dramatically increase the size and power of our Religious Center here in Clearwater!!!!

    “The target is the creation of the L. Ron Hubbard Hall. Where all future International Management Events will be held!

    “We are asking all our loyal supporters to help us launch this special activity with a gift to their best friend ever & accomplish the 1st level of status, the Status of “A Friend Of Ron” with a gift of $1,000 this week….”

    • Rita Gregory

      Good heavens! Another building, just what they need.

    • Imelda Marcos

      No one thought to put an L. Ron Hubbard Hall in that giant building they just opened?!? Boy, somebody’s going to be in trouble.

      • riotgrrrl

        are you from the phillippines? i love that place

        • Imelda Marcos

          No, I’m in Canada. LOL, I gotta get a new discus name.

          • Rita Gregory

            I thought you just had a lot of shoes. :)

          • riotgrrrl

            heehee oh i see what you did there

        • KJP in Portland

          Dewey Boulevard!

          • riotgrrrl

            lol you know the name of that street?

      • OrangySky

        They didn’t have the room inside the Super Power building for an auditorium. They needed that room for the dozens of empty auditing rooms and the running track.

        • grundoon

          and the giant industrial shredder

        • Imelda Marcos

          Empty auditing rooms, heh. The cognitive dissonance, it burns.

    • Sibs

      Read: “and now we have launched the next phase to completely swallow downtown Clearwater and convert every building and every person to Scientology.”

      …. Too bad that’s not a joke.

    • OT8squared

      So after all those years and all those millions upon millions of dollars, they still don’t have all the building space they need? With all that management tech you would think they could be more efficient.

      • Free Minds, Free Hearts

        LOL

    • Missionary Kid

      If the building schedule follows that of the Super Power Flag Building, with the shrinking size of the membership, by the time it’s built, they could probably hold International Management Events in a double-wide trailer.

  • Suppressive Tomato

    Feel trapped? Are you getting the “wins” you were promised? There is help! Call 866-XSEAORG

    • Free Minds, Free Hearts

      I will post on radar forthwith.

    • media_lush

      OMG….. Kanye is our ruler?

      • Free Minds, Free Hearts

        Okay Lush, you pay attention to the media. What is the reference to Kanye?

        • media_lush

          the guy can’t handle criticism at all…. remember when Jimmy Kimmel took the mick and he went into twitter CAPS attack overload …. citing just one example

          • Suppressive Tomato

            Kanye is a mess.

            • Missionary Kid

              The whole Kartrashian family is a mess. I avoid all mention of them other than headlines.

            • Baby

              The only reason he wears those stupid masks on stage is because he Lip Syncs.. He is nothing but a TOOL.. ugh..

              Yeah he and KK are ruling the world..bawwwwwwwwwwwwwwhahhahahaa He ain’t nothin

              as someone noted on Radar they are as popular as Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montague..

              NOW THAT IS FUNNY.. Spiedi 2 …( I can’t take credit.. comment on Radar.)

          • Jimmy Threetimes

            The guy redefines “egomaniac.” It kinda bothers me that some of his music is actually pretty good, because I would like to see people like him fail hard.

            • media_lush

              apparently SNL took the piss on saturdays episode in their ‘Kimye’ piece. … believe me, he’s going to fall hard… there’s so much Kim stuff that’s yet to be leaked that will make him look a total idiot

            • Jimmy Threetimes

              That skit seemed to be aimed more at Kim than Kanye. At least as far as looking like an idiot.

            • Suppressive Tomato

              You would probably have a more educated viewpoint, but to me it seems like the Kim relationship was the turning point from Kinda Krazy Kanye to Kompletely Kray Kray Kanye. I really don’t get his obsession with her. She’s a krusty booger on the bottom of a first grader’s desk. Ew.

            • Jimmy Threetimes

              He loves her because she has a giant, perfectly distributed ass-tronimcally large television audience.

            • Rita Gregory

              You are so bad! :)

            • aquaclara

              Not a great SNL last night, anyway…..what happened? .

            • Missionary Kid

              I liked it. Maybe that says something about my tastes.

            • jeff

              I honestly thought it was the funniest one I’d seen in years. Paul McCartney Madonna, Barry Gibb Justin Timberlake, Jimmy Fallon and Barry Gibb. And who knew Cecily Strong could sing? The celebrity Family Feud was great!

            • Missionary Kid

              Fallon has a lot of talent, and, as someone said, he has a bromance with Justin Timberlake, who’s also talended. I was ready to dislike him, because I generally dislike boy bands. I’m also not into hip-hop, but I find their routines funny.

              I usually TIVO SNL, and I haven’t watched it all, but I found it better than many past ones.

            • Casabeca

              Loved the new “Baby it’s Cold Outside”.

            • Missionary Kid

              I haven’t watched it all, and I skipped some parts, which I’m going back to view tomorrow.

            • Miss Tia

              I LOVED the last episode of the season of South Park making fun of Kanya & Kim!!!

          • Free Minds, Free Hearts

            Oh, I guess I am out of the loop, I didn’t know about that.

          • Missionary Kid

            Hell, I can criticize Kanye all I want.

  • EnthralledObserver

    Still no monkey news? I’m starting to worry that we’ll never hear… just a missing member, never to be heard of again. Like Shelly…

    • Suppressive Tomato

      Hopefully she’s just too caught up in the happiness of the moment!

      • Free Minds, Free Hearts

        I am thinking much as she loves the Bunker, right now she is overwhelmed by the sweetness and baby smells and kisses all over for the little ones!

    • Rita Gregory

      A couple of the people here have met her and know where she lives so I’m sure we won’t lose track of her.

      • Sherbet

        I don’t think either one has posted today, which is odd.

        • Rita Gregory

          I think Missionary Kid said something about checking on her earlier.

          • Sherbet

            He did say he texted her, but hasn’t got a reply. I would have thought Michael and Kitz would have had contact with Monkey’s family for a report, but neither has said anything. Trying not to worry here.

            • Rita Gregory

              Me too. :(

        • Missionary Kid

          One other has. They have no news either.

          • ParticleMom

            MK, do you have an email address you are willing to share?

            • Missionary Kid

              You can contact me at skepticalmissionarrykid at gmail dot com note the misspelling of “missionarry”

            • ParticleMom

              Thanks :)

          • Sherbet

            Dang!

  • Suppressive Tomato

    You guys, you guys! We need to start a new list of COB’s outpoints and PTSs: Wife missing, sister outlaw, family blew, niece writes exposé … there’s more I’m sure. What a glorious achievement it would be to identify all of his PTSness and submit it as a KR to RTC! We can do it!

    • EnthralledObserver

      Mother-in-law died under suspicious circumstances.
      Seen fondling backside of communicator.

      • Suppressive Tomato

        Murdered LRH with chemicals. Had him cremated.

        • EnthralledObserver

          Known to commit physical violence.
          Still suffers from ASTHMA!

          • Suppressive Tomato

            See, if we could compile a complete list, and submit it as a KR to RTC, he’d HAVE to read it. You know that would put him at CAUSE. Lovely!

        • EnthralledObserver

          Personally enriching himself/benefiting from CO$ funds.

        • Free Minds, Free Hearts

          Made such mistakes with the Basics and GAT I, had to do over with GAT II

    • Free Minds, Free Hearts

      Declaring Lisa McPherson Clear just prior to her psychotic break, and supervising her case…

      • KJP in Portland

        Thank you FMFH. I always wondered about that ‘little technicality’ by David.

    • Rita Gregory

      Doles out dangerous punishments that are hazardous to recipients health. Septic pit cleaning is just one example.

    • Rita Gregory

      Great idea!

  • Rita Gregory

    Scooby Doo sighted on the radar.

    • WhamBham

      rally the troops…let’s do this!

  • KJP in Portland

    I get back, and 229 more comments!

    • Rita Gregory

      Do you have to work tomorrow or is this one of those 5 day weekends?

      • KJP in Portland

        5-Day and it feels pretty darned good! Getting paid to sit here with you guys. How sweet is that?

        • Rita Gregory

          That is pretty sweet! I’m really happy for you. :) Check your email when you get a chance.

  • Suppressive Tomato

    I just had a super fun session with 6dog on Radar article. I hope I helped him blow some charge. He was very concerned about my 2D … http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2013/12/tom-cruise-drops-lawsuit-against-publisher-over-abandoning-suri-claim/

    • Rita Gregory

      You rocked, sir! :)

      • Suppressive Tomato

        Thank you much, kind lady!

    • KJP in Portland

      I read every post you sent over there. I was pretty amazed.

      That other guy is really stewpid. I’m not even sure if he’s a Scilon. Take that back, his grammar is inline with most Scilons’ level of schooling. But he doesn’t know comm tech for shit.

      Those people and Radar, I am starting to think, are a waste of time. I see our need to get more converts or keep our cause in the public eye…

      I dunno, most my life’s behind me. I’m starting to have other thoughts that I dare not post here. I’m struggling internally with what I could do to attain maximum good for mankind.

      • Suppressive Tomato

        KJP, I like you from your posts, a lot.

        I don’t feel like I’m wasting my time if I’m helping someone. This cause is important to me. That’s what it’s all about.

        Don’t look back. Be here now. Create your future. It’s pretty easy, and it doesn’t cost $ONE MILLION DOLLARS.

        • KJP in Portland

          Thank you. It’s vitally important to me too. I’m in the fight until the end. My struggle is: What can I do to hasten that end?

          • Suppressive Tomato

            In a grand sweeping irony, LRH laid out that path with Dianetics: everyone must know!

            • KJP in Portland

              My bet is someone will pull a John Brown at some point.

          • MaxSpaceman

            You are part of a ’cause’, to bring down The Cult of $cientology.
            -Your efforts are channeled into The Underground Bunker.
            - If there are 1,000 comments in a day, there are 20,000 page views and who knows how many thousands of unique visitors (see JtForever Autum Alexa reports).
            - What you say is seen by thousands of eyes.
            - What each of us contributes here, is 1 small part of hastening the end of the power of The Cult of $cientology, to stopping the abuses and criminality it reigns down on the innocent.

            For example, what Sunny Sands does for thousands of readers, in posting her Tent Updates, is a big contribution to ‘the cause.’ What you and others post is, too, contributing to the end-game: bringing down The Cult.

            Rest your worries. And pick up the baton. The race is on !

            • KJP in Portland

              We need contacts on the inside…we need some true reconnaisance…some good intel.

            • MaxSpaceman

              Natch, dude. But not from Oregon. And not from New York.
              Somehow, it’ll happen. And Tony O has eyes everywhere C o $ is !

            • KJP in Portland

              Starting to be like the Battle of Verdun. This trench war is taking awhile. We need a Hiroshima or something.

            • Rita Gregory

              Do we NEED one or do you WANT one? ;)

            • KJP in Portland

              It would save thousands of people from continuing misery. The sooner, the better.

              Tony has been fighting trench warfare with them for 15 years. It’s a battle of attrition, to the bitter end. At least I’m glad that the attrition is happening on CoB$’s side :)

            • Captain Howdy

              As awful as CofS is KJP, I think we need to keep this thing in perspective. Compared to what’s going on in Syria, Afghanistan, North Korea or parts of Africa, it’s nothing.

              We’re not soldiers and this isn’t a REAL war, and you need to stop thinking along those lines.

              All respect and friendship to you. Please chill out and get some shuteye.

            • KJP in Portland

              I wish they’d send their Dear Leader to North Korea. He’d end up in the stadium.

            • Guest

              I agree, Captain Howdy. KJP’s statement referencing a need for another Hiroshima is not something that needs to be said – especially here. It can and will be used against Tony by you know who.

              One of the comments that caused some ruffled feathers on the Radar Online site didn’t just reference “Big Pharma”, it also mentioned Tony and while he obviously meant it as a joke, it appeared to be an admittance that he (KJP) and others benefit monetarily from the proprietor here. He was called out on it and for good reason – it’s not true and shouldn’t be construed by anyone as being true.

              I did see him mention a few hospitals with relation to MK and also mentioned location (which, thankfully, he later erased) that he was guessing to be where she could possibly have checked into.

              I can only ask him to think more carefully about his posts before he posts them, especially when he is riled up. He is obviously a nice person who is going through some difficult times, which has been expressed here, but he needs to watch what he says online, though.

              He gives the impression that he is speaking on behalf of this blog or all who post here, and it becomes a problem of a larger scope. He needs to stop inferring as such and should only represent his own opinion or viewpoint and not tie in this site, the proprietor here or fellow commenters to his statements. His outbursts need to be reined in. It’s not helpful to anyone, particularly him.

              This is not meant to be a criticism of him or his character; he may just need to concentrate on his real life first and foremost by sorting things out on a personal level.
              We don’t need anyone promoting statements or views online as being representative of the good people here when they aren’t.

            • DeElizabethan

              This is important advice and hope KJP reads this.

            • WhamBham

              I know…I thought the story last week about Tom Cruise and the RPF, The Hole, Sea Org abuse, etc on Radar would have cause OUTRAGE AROUND THE WORLD!! but it wasn’t picked up by any major media outlets and just came and went….like a smoldering little spark…poof!

            • Scream Nevermore

              As long as it’s not the Somme. Great grandfather was gassed there, so I’d like to avoid that if possible… :-)

            • KJP in Portland

              Somme, Verdun, Ypres, Paaschendaele all took damn near forever. Similar casualties in all of them too. Phosgene gas all over the place. I’ll avoid the gas too, thanks!

            • Scream Nevermore

              He was in the Dardanelles too. He got all the good postings during the war – before it he was in Mesopotamia.

            • MaxSpaceman

              It’s gonna be more like those wars of attrition, yes.

              The biggest thing we can hope to see imo is 1 win at a time: Davey is deposed and embarrassed hugely on a world stage of public opinion; Mosey wins big; Laura D wins big; Garcias win big.

              Then, the little Dutch boy’s finger in the dike slips and the dam starts slowly to leak. Then more and more; then, one day the dam breaks.

              But, bruthah K, that’s in the long run. Hunker down- and be ready to fight the long fight.

            • Rita Gregory

              Tony has those things as do Mike and Marty. I’m probably going to get some crap for this but I don’t think this is one of those things we get to decide. Karma will out.

            • KJP in Portland

              They have a lot, yes. But, they don’t have hour to hour info. That’s what we could use. It would suit them right if there were several moles in there texting out Dave’s every move.

            • Suppressive Tomato

              <3

          • Rita Gregory

            When I have really been struggling and wanted to take revenge I throw it out to God or karma whatever. It’s weird but when I do that it seems karma takes over. The punishment I felt someone deserved was nowhere near as good as the one karma picked out.

            • KJP in Portland

              I got one of those in December! I won’t gloat because Karma has a habit of keeping me in line…

            • Rita Gregory

              It also happens in the big picture so to speak. Hang in, be patient (the hardest part) and let the universe do it’s thing. We puny humans shouldn’t make those kinds of decisions. :) Let God or karma or the universe handle it.

            • KJP in Portland

              Agree.

            • Douglas D. Douglas

              The worm turns, but sometimes verrrrry slowly.

            • Rita Gregory

              Yep! The minute you get a big head about something, karma comes along and shrinks it back down to normal size! LOL!

      • Jimmy Threetimes

        KJP, I don’t know exactly what you have in mind, but it sure sounds like a scary line of thought. Please do not go down that road. Many people care about you and have love for you.

        • KJP in Portland

          I’m not suicidal. Don’t worry. I’m just looking for the magic # 763. I’m very strategy-oriented and look at 23 different ways to solve a problem. I try to cover every conceivable angle twice-over. This is a very complex problem for me. It’s like the calculus problem from hell.

          • Jimmy Threetimes

            Alright then. I hope you find what you’re looking for.

            • Suppressive Tomato

              Suicide is boring, anyway. It’s much more likely you’ll laugh if living.

          • Scream Nevermore

            That’s good to hear – means I don’t have to come over there and wander around looking for you!

      • Rita Gregory

        We’ve had two new folks who followed us over here from Radar, who did some good work over there tonight. :)

        • KJP in Portland

          I saw the one and liked that person a lot. I hope that person continues to come here.

          • Rita Gregory

            Thanks, I look a tad different even from that pic. My hair grows very fast and I haven’t had it that short in years, hubby likes it longer so I’m gonna be sweet and not cut it as short. Don’t get me wrong he told me it looked great. If he dared to tell me how to wear it, I’d do the opposite! :)

        • Baby

          Rita.. well I saw your avi and I think you are one hot chick that has gotten laid lately..

          bawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwhahahha I had to tell you that..I couldn’t resist..ha

          • Rita Gregory

            IHoney that pic of me is 30 yrs old. The old grey mare ain’t what she used to be. I put it up because I’d like to get down to that fighting weight again and don’t look like that anymore. Anyone with nefarious intent would not recognize me.
            Thanks though Baby! You are a nut and I love ya! :D

            • Baby

              Jeeze did you have to bring up Old Grey Mares..haha….I’ve long forgotten my fighten weight..

              I think it was the time I was so hungry I would trade my kidney for a pork chop.. Yes I am a nut.. and you have no choice in the fact that you love me.. smooches…

              I love my Rita too..

      • Captain Howdy

        Ummm, your last sentence sounds rather ominous KJP. Do you have someone you can talk to at the V.A?

        Not to be nosy, but do you have access to firearms?

        • KJP in Portland

          I’m fine Howdy. I’m just doing a bunch of postulating. No suicidal or homicidal thoughts are being had. Sorry if it sounded too stern.

          I am fervent about the security issue right now though. They’re infiltrating us like swiss cheese and I scrutinize every new one of them. But, at the same time I am grateful for new people that are legitimate.

          • Baby

            I am going to bed sweetie.. It’s all good honey..

            You are not used to working (hahhahha I said that for you to chuckle..)

            I love that you are protective of all of us.. but you need to just relax and enjoy the ride like the rest of us.

            We are small potatoes.. They got so much shit on their plate we ain’t nothin.

            I would scream to the rooftops if I ever got Fair Gamed.. I am a baby and I scream at the top of my lungs.. and keep parents up all night every night..

            I would do the same with them! BOO! and smooches..Night sweetie.. ((HUGS)) yawn

            • KJP in Portland

              (((hugs Baby!))) Sorry, I didn’t see you much tonight!

            • Baby

              OHHHHHHH I’m here.. right when ya needed me.. ; )

            • Douglas D. Douglas

              Nightie night!

            • Baby

              Night 3D… ; )

              OH.. I laughed when the wacko from Radar said that you looked like a pervert ..and it is a picture of a SCN from the training manual..hahhahaa

            • Douglas D. Douglas

              That was awfully funny.

      • Douglas D. Douglas

        I am fairly certain they are Scientologists, and even OSA. The ignorance of CoS terminology was very calculated, and inconsistent. There were also a number of obvious ploys that are routinely used to confront. The one that stuck out like a sore thumb to me was “People die all the time” whenever anyone brought up accounts of people who died while under the care of the Church of Scientology. That’s a very odd reaction, unless one is familiar with the standard responses that CoS uses. It exposes their basically heartless nature, yet they continue to trot it out as though it really confronts ‘n shatters. Poor things.

        • DodoTheLaser

          Next time someone uses “People die all the time” line again,
          I suggest to counter it with “Sure, let’s compare the circumstances”.

          Sit back and watch them never reply.

      • Baby

        What you could do to attain maximum good for mankind..

        Just keep coming back to us.. OK.. xo love me.. that’s it.. bedtime..

        • Douglas D. Douglas

          Love you!

          • Baby

            Awwwwwwwwwww Douglas D. Douglas.. My hubby went to bed for the first time ever without saying he loved me..

            He just passed out.. So that means a lot to me.. Thank you.. xox

            • Douglas D. Douglas

              We do that sometimes. I am up baking cookies and gingerbread for friends who will be dropping in tomorrow. Dear Mrs. D had a rough day– medical issues and stressing over the holidays. It’s all good, though.

            • Baby

              OMG .. cookies and gingerbread.. You are a very well trained hubby..

              Seriously very sweet D.. I’m sorry that Mrs D has medical issues.. shoot.. sigh ; /

  • Sherbet

    From Bare Faced Messiah: “On the strength of this previous incarnation (Note: lrh convinced Mary Sue she had been D.H. Lawrence in another life), Mary Sue confessed that she, too, was going to write a book and outlined the plot with a somewhat unpromising grasp of grammar and spelling. She wrote that it would be completely anti-Christ. The first sentence begins ‘In the small town of Balei, a bastard child was born.’ She then intended to show how he was really a mongrel and the son of three fathers (a joke on the Trinity of God) because the mother had, the night in question, slept with three of the town’s most virile men and not knowing whose sperm had reached her womb, had thereupon decided to call him Ali, Son of —-, Son of —-, and Son of —- which impressed the local inhabitants and created a stir throughout the country. She concluded that she wouldn’t have it in her name, for obvious reasons.”

    Merry Christmas, all ye scientologists.

    • Rita Gregory

      That’s some real good people there, makes you sick don’t it.

      • KJP in Portland

        I am curious how daffy Mary Sue was the last 10 years of her tormented life.

        • Rita Gregory

          She probably deserved however daffy she may have been.

  • Suppressive Tomato

    Here is the sum of “spiritual technology,” up to this date, as far as I can tell: “Are you doing what you want to do?” ©Free Of Charge, $No Donation Required

  • KJP in Portland

    I need to go blow several minutes and look for a certain ID…BRB

  • KJP in Portland

    ***A COPY OF SOMETHING I RESPONDED TO A NEW POSTER THAT INCORRECTLY ALLEGED THAT I POSTED OVER AT RADAR ***

    FOR THE OFFICIAL RECORD…show me WHERE I posted anything untoward or security-compromising of Monkeyknickers???

    The post I redacted was about BIG PHARMA. I just reviewed every post ‘over there’ and nothing about our dear friend was mentioned by me.

    FUCK YOU.

    • Rita Gregory

      I’m lost hon. I do not understand what you are trying to say. If you don’t want to respond here, you know what to do.

      • KJP in Portland

        Not lost. I looked at some posts that occurred about 6 hours ago and some new ID said I was talking about MK over at Radar. I reviewed the whole day’s postings. Nothing there at all about MK. I did redact a “Big Pharma Check” post. It was the only thing I got called out on. Dee was there, so was DDD, Rachel, Eckert, Baby, and I saw nothing posted by any of us about our friend.

        Someone ventured in here looking for trouble, or worse yet, info.

        ***SAFEGUARD ALL ALLEGED KNOWLEDGE UNTIL ANY OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS***

        ***WE ARE IN A SECURITY ALERT STATUS***

        ***SOMEONE IS TROLLING FOR INFORMATION***

        ***DO NOT ENABLE OSA***

        • WhamBham

          weirdos…can you tell us the new ID name? That way, everyone can watch out for them in case they start asking questions, etc

          • KJP in Portland

            I want to say firstly, that this is a time that we are seeing a DELUGE of new posters. Yes indeed, some are very nice people, like Wham Bam, but I suspect, since the atmosphere is what it is, that CoB$ and their OSA are coming in here by the bushel now.

            So, puhleeze BEWARE the current deluge of new nicks.

            Poster name was ANNEE: Total post count was something like “6″. Never seen her /it /him before. AND, I went back to Radar and looked at every GD’mned post from the beginning of the day (or entire thread) and found nothing, nada, zilch, either by me, or you, my compatriots.

            I was alerted privately about this. DO NOT ask who. Privacy is privacy here, and we all need to circle the wagons a little bit closer right now until any OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS are made by the appropriate people.

            • WhamBham

              Thanks KJP…and thank you for saying I’m nice! :) I’ll watch out for them.

            • KJP in Portland

              Look at the comments number when someone appears here that you’re not familiar with. That’s usually the first antenna raiser, then feel them out awhile and see how the old-timers (I’m a relative newb) respond to them. I’ve become reserved with newer ID’s. But I LIKE you, and you have a story to tell that I’m sure, others would like to hear about.

            • Rita Gregory

              Good advice but, they love it when we get paranoid. They want us to be suspicious of each other. They try to make it so uncomfortable people stop coming here. So be cautious but not to the point there is a OSA bot behind every new face. Don’t worry, be happy or the terrorists win. :D

            • KJP in Portland

              I echo G.H.W. Bush’s “Trust but Verify”. They’re more paranoid than all of us put together. Otherwise, why are they here??? They could be getting an extra hour or two of sleep! We are winning, that’s why.

        • Rita Gregory

          Gotcha.

        • Jimmy Threetimes

          They were probably talking about the THR article where you did mention MK and someone replied to you about it. Maybe it’s the same person or maybe someone just trolling you about it. But it’s not worth flipping your shit over. Are you okay right now KJP?

          • KJP in Portland

            Oh, I’m fine. Did I go to a THR place? I thought the Radar was the only other place. I just followed the links to where us homeboys were and started blasting away from the trench line.Even had I mentioned anyone somewhere else, I would NEVER insinuate, divulge, assert or hint at where I thought she may be. For all I know, she lives in Connecticut!

            But, security is tantamount right now, as evidenced by all the new nicks we’re seeing here. I also shudder to think of all the viewers that don’t even bother to post here. I bet they number 5 to 1 over the ones that post.

            So…anyhoo…we have a very sensitive situation right now. Let’s just carry on as normal and be ALERT of what’s around us.

            • Rita Gregory

              Oh, now I remember. No big deal dude. You didn’t say anything that wasn’t already known. You sound very stressed out. Have a beer, a cigar, some herbal smoke. Relax, it’s going to be ok. Email me, if you want to. I have a funny karma story to tell you. ;)

            • KJP in Portland

              I’m nearing pillow time. Yeah, I would never say anything sensitive, even here. I like all the generic bombast though. Bloviating about some midget that fraudulently rules iron fisted over a bunch of helpless people is good for my soul now and then.

            • Rita Gregory

              Go sleepy bye. things will look brighter in the morning. Oh wait… I forgot you live in the land of RAIN! LOL! Rest well my friend.

            • Unex Skcus

              Chill out, mate. Not worth worrying over. It’s not sensitive – this is a public blog. MK will be just fine, she has good friends around. As to viewers that don’t post comments, well, that’s OK. Hopefully a good chunk of them are Co$ people, opening their minds for real. Cheers.

        • Douglas D. Douglas

          I saw NADA about MK over there.

          Big Pharma is fair game for J & D, though, as far as I am concerned.

          (How’s THAT for slingin’ the lingo???)

  • DodoTheLaser

    Fresh article from Texas:
    (not much new, yet a good reminder).

    Scientology Leader Ordered To Appear In Texas For Deposition
    http://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/Scientology-leader-ordered-to-appear-in-Texas-for-5083207.php#/0

    Snips:

    “After reading the affidavits and disallowing some portions, Waldrip ruled that Miscavige must come and answer questions under oath about his connections to Texas.”

    “As an indication of the high stakes involved, the defendants Wednesday added Wallace Jefferson, former chief justice of the Texas Supreme Court, to a legal team already packed with heavyweights.”

    Tony’s Refresher:

    TEXAS JUDGE ORDERS DEPOSITION OF SCIENTOLOGY LEADER DAVID MISCAVIGE
    http://tonyortega.org/2013/12/13/texas-judge-orders-deposition-of-scientology-leader-david-miscavige/

    • KJP in Portland

      A Judge that sold out…aint that real nice?

      • DodoTheLaser
        • KJP in Portland

          Yep, Scientology bought his ass. Money talked. They should strip him of any accolades and pensions he has coming.

          • DodoTheLaser

            Well, he took an offer. That’s what lawyers do for a living.

            Look at this interesting bit of his bio though:

            “Chief Justice
            Jefferson is the descendant of a slave, who was owned by a Waco,
            Texas judge before the Civil War. That slave, Shedrick Willis,
            served his community as a two-term member of the Waco City Council
            after the War. Chief Justice Jefferson’s family history is a
            testament to the perseverance of the individual human spirit, and
            his role as Chief Justice proves the enduring strength of our
            Constitution.”
            http://www.centerforamerica.org/cfa/bios/jefferson_bio.html

            It would be pretty funny if he already determined that the case is DOA, Monique will win and he will get a fat check. Win after win after win. There is always hope.

    • Baby

      Hey Do.. I clicked on link.. but you have to subscribe to read.. just thought I would tell you..but I like the snips.. Night honey..xo

      • DodoTheLaser

        I think it depends on your browser settings, I am not their subscriber and I can see it.
        Anyway, good night Baby and may your ear heal completely very soon!

        Full article:

        Scientology Leader Ordered To Appear In Texas For Deposition
        http://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/Scientology-leader-ordered-to-appear-in-Texas-for-5083207.php#/0
        By John MacCormack
        December 21, 2013

        NEW BRAUNFELS — Although lawyers
        often outnumber courtroom spectators in a complicated Scientology case
        unfolding here, the proceedings are being closely watched from afar by
        the church faithful, ex-members and critics.

        On the surface, the case is
        about an alleged campaign of dirty tricks, harassment and surveillance
        conducted by church operatives — some known as Squirrel Busters —
        against Monique Rathbun and her husband.

        But there is much more at stake.

        Things got more serious for
        the defendants recently when state District Judge Dib Waldrip ordered
        longtime Scientology leader David Miscavige to come to Texas for a
        deposition to resolve jurisdictional questions.

        As anti-church websites lit
        up with hyperbolic and often inaccurate headlines about the stunning
        development, church officials and their lawyers, who are certain to file
        an appeal, went mum.

        The plaintiff, Monique
        Rathbun, a non-Scientologist, is married to Mark Rathbun, a prominent
        dissident who once was Miscavige’s second-in-command. Scientology
        lawyers claim she’s a straw figure.

        “This lawsuit has been
        strategically filed by Mark “Marty” Rathbun vicariously through his
        wife. … As part of his four-year crusade to harass and defame the
        Church of Scientology in the media and promote his books and blog,” one
        pleading states.

        But her lawyers say her
        damages are real and that they must question the church leader under
        oath to determine his role in a four-year campaign to torment the
        Rathbuns, first in Ingleside on the Bay and later in Bulverde.

        “David Miscavige was
        personally responsible for all the actions that took place in this case,
        and he was controlling the activities of the private investigators, the
        people on the ground and the Squirrel Busters,” said Elliott Cappuccio,
        one of Monique Rathbun’s lawyers.

        Lamont
        Jefferson, who’s representing Miscavige, didn’t return a call seeking
        comment after the ruling, and church media contacts likewise were
        unresponsive to an e-mail sent seeking their reaction.

        Jefferson and other church
        lawyers have asserted various objections to Miscavige continuing as a
        defendant in the case, ranging from constitutional grounds to the
        court’s lack of jurisdiction.

        Miscavige, who shuttles
        between church offices in California and Florida, has been to Texas only
        once in the past 25 years and had nothing to do with the alleged
        campaign against the Rathbuns, his lawyers contend.

        Instead, they say, as the
        church’s ecclesiastical leader, his time is consumed with safeguarding
        church orthodoxy and scriptures, opening new churches and advancing the
        faith around the world, with no time left for unseemly conduct.

        “We have submitted his
        statement, under oath, that he had nothing to do with these activities
        in this state. And if they are convinced that is a lie, that still would
        not be enough,” Jefferson asserted in court.

        Rathbun’s lead lawyer, Ray
        Jeffrey, however, has painted Miscavige as a cultish figure obsessed
        with punishing former church members who speak out against him — chief
        among them, Mark Rathbun.

        In their pleadings,
        Rathbun’s lawyers have depicted Miscavige as a vengeful, hands-on leader
        who closely manages the covert operations of the church’s “Office of
        Special Affairs,” against “subversive persons.”

        “You have two competing versions of reality in front of you,” Jeffrey told Waldrip in a recent hearing.

        “Their version is that Capt.
        Miscavige is like the Dalai Lama or the pope, totally removed from all
        these dirty details of what goes on. But if that’s the case, why would
        it make one bit of difference if he were deposed?” he asked.

        To make his case, Jeffrey
        recently filed a raft of affidavits from former church insiders who
        described their own unpleasant experiences with Miscavige.

        Among his alleged activities
        was ordering the “imprisonment and re-education” of disaffected
        members, berating and striking underlings who displeased him, and the
        micromanaging of all church activities.

        One ex-member, Claire
        Headley, who left Scientology after 14 years in 2005, told of being sent
        by Miscavige to “The Hole,” as punishment.

        She described it as “a bizarre prison within the confines of Scientology’s 500-acre compound in the California desert.”

        “I was incarcerated in The
        Hole in 2005 for 3 weeks. I experienced terrible conditions in The Hole,
        where I was subjected to physical and psychological abuse. If I was
        allowed to sleep, I was required to do so under my desk in an office
        area with a sleeping bag,” Headley wrote.

        She went on to describe
        other mistreatment that she claimed was inflicted because she had
        refused Miscavige’s order to divorce her husband of 12 years.

        After reading the affidavits
        and disallowing some portions, Waldrip ruled that Miscavige must come
        and answer questions under oath about his connections to Texas.

        Cappuccio said he
        anticipates a lengthy battle before the Scientology leader is sworn in
        here. Waldrip said Scientology could appeal his order.

        “If they lose the appeal, their next avenue will be delay,” Cappuccio said.

        “It will be, ‘Gosh, golly,
        Mr. Miscavige doesn’t have any time for a deposition for months.’ But I
        don’t think the judge will be sympathetic to that,” he added.

        As an indication of the high
        stakes involved, the defendants Wednesday added Wallace Jefferson,
        former chief justice of the Texas Supreme Court, to a legal team already
        packed with heavyweights.
        jmaccormack@express-news.net

        • Baby

          Thanks big guy.. My nosiness is satisfied..xo

        • DeElizabethan

          Thanks bro, excellent.

  • KJP in Portland

    Well goodnight everyone. Keep my seat warm. I’ll be back in a few hours…

    Hoping for a Happy Monday ;)

    • Douglas D. Douglas

      All the best and SWEET DREAMS.

  • Douglas D. Douglas

    Although the designs for Hubbard Hall have been around for over 20 years, I understand that in light of recent developments at the CoS, they are being revised. here’s the current plan:

  • richelieu jr

    “Randy” would do well to look at that exit sign reflected over his right shoulder, take off that stupid ‘Student Hat’ and get the hell out of Dodge

  • Douglas D. Douglas

    Hmmmm.

    Does “Certainty Stephen” have pointed ears???

    • Jimmy Threetimes

      There’s not elven a question about it.

  • Dean Fox

    The incredible UK news is that the church of scientology has been recognised as a religion by our supreme court, it was inevitable. The next fight will be to get that much coveted charity status.

    • DodoTheLaser

      Scientology and charity in one sentence? Ha!
      They will play VM card, I am sure.
      Let’s see how that works.

    • Scream Nevermore

      For one thing, they’d have to approach the Charities Board for England and Wales, and then the Charities Office in Scotland. In fact, the recent ruling in England might not actually mean anything in Scotland, as their premises were already licensed to hold weddings, without giving them the status of a religion. In any case, I doubt sending a few VMs out to touch unsuspecting strangers (creepy!) will get them charity status on either side of the border. Does the {church} ever do anything that’s for the public benefit, as opposed to Dainty McSavage’s?

  • Rita Gregory

    Whooo! What a day. I’m going to sleep. I’ll see all you wonderful people tomorrow. Goodnight.

    • Jimmy Threetimes

      Goodnight Rita and Christmas Tree and Moon. I’m out too, have a great Christmas Eve Eve, Bunker.

    • Douglas D. Douglas

      Nighty night!

  • Douglas D. Douglas

    I wondered where I’d seen this guy before. If only he had that long, luxurious hair…

    (refresh)

    • Miss Tia

      It took me a second to notice him there!! :)

      • Douglas D. Douglas

        It’s the pointed ears. Makes him fit right in…

        • Miss Tia

          I don’t even know what the poster is from! But he fits right in!

          • D.Y.G.

            I think it’s from the latest Hobbit movie. Orlando Bloom (insert girlish sigh) reprises his role from the LOTR trilogy.

            • Miss Tia

              Ah, only thing I know about the Hobbit movie is South Park was saying Kim Kardashian was the hobbit—best episode this season! :) Oh wait, I think I read the hobbit like in 3rd grade, yeah I did.

  • Great White Clam

    I was asked dose $cientology have a Pope?
    (resfresh)

    • Sunny Sands

      I know that church. It’s fondly referred to as “chicken church”.

      • Modesto

        LOL – where is it?

    • Sydjazz

      Naked l ron eekkk

      • Snippy_X

        You wanna rub on his belly and git some luck.

  • Sydjazz

    Oh for xenus sake. Ugh.

  • Sydjazz

    I just want to send a message out to mark bunker. I hope he is ok after scions tried to get him evicted. Be careful man.please. This video scared the crap out of me http://youtu.be/UtS4QHIWoHQ

    • Robert Eckert

      Mark is made of stern stuff. Don’t fear for him.

  • Sydjazz

    Something else stuck out. Doesn’t apple have i devices logo with lower case i? Sue scientology apple do it. Copyright infringement?

  • Mooser

    “You will meet top FSMs who have put thousands onto the bridge”

    Scientology worships the Flying Spaghetti Monster now? Good for them! And why do the words “put thousands onto the bridge” remind me of a song from The Wizard of Oz?

    • Mooser

      Maybe I shouldn’t make fun of Scientology. I don’t think they will “clear” the world, but I am hearing a lot about a “clear nation”. Maybe they are making progress.

      • http://askanex.wordpress.com/ Derek

        Sounds like DPRK propaganda to me: “Clear Nation!” (refresh for image)

  • Mooser

    Gosh, looking at Uncle Sam up there demanding his piece of the pie gave me an idea. A person could launder money through Scientology. A person contrbutes, (assuming he’s got the dough) say, $100,000, but Scientology puts you down for $150,000, and you take a tax deduction on that. You know have $50,000 tax free money.

    • http://askanex.wordpress.com/ Derek

      Ha! It’s a good idea for an enterprising criminal but not a cartoon villain with narcissistic personality disorder (or a minuscule version of Dr. Evil).

      Here’s a video to start off your work week:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Hbffa5SM_k

  • valshifter

    Now they just ask for money, they don’t really say what for or how is that going to help me or other people. no shame, no game either.

  • http://askanex.wordpress.com/ Derek

    I think that every single CSRT member that has received one of those letters is going to be pissed. It totally minimizes their contribution and the importance of Super Power. Should be interesting to see how many more leave after this. There has still been a distinct lack of mention for the Cornerstone Contributors, who were supposed to be first in line to receive Super Power, even before its release to the general public. Maybe that’s not a problem because all of those folks are either dead or disaffected?

  • Guest

    This is just my opinion, but I think that the Radar Online article comment section is a perfect example of why trolls need to be left hungry and not fed. Responding to the Sci trolls only plays along to their derailment efforts. The bots jump on any new post with an inept comment, as they have shown over and over, but responding to their comments, especially since they are always immature ones, doesn’t help anyone except the cult to further derail and dilute discussion. Activists who are trying to provide the public with information about the truth behind the cult of scientology’s crimes and abuses don’t need to answer to trolls by responding with childish comebacks since it only stoops to the level of the cult trolls.

    Every voice speaking out about the cult of scientology is appreciated and important. Shouldn’t we all make sure that those voices are heard in a respectable context and not in a context on the same low level of the bots?

    Look to the activists who you respect and take your cues from them. Also, let the sci trolls look ridiculous talking to themselves.

    • DeElizabethan

      Right On! I doubt anyone is reading this stuff anymore, except those who post.

  • Tory Christman

    I called that number listed above for Scott who apparently heads up WISE now. (I wanted to ask for the $150,000 the Scientology Arbitration said Bill Bowen owed to my now Ex-husband, Harold Bezazian, and his partner—-all of which was flushed down the drain when over night the “Arbitration Policy” was “Cancelled’ and WISE would do NOTHING about it. It says, fyi, “The # has been cancelled”: CHICKENS!!

    • Sandy

      Luv Tory!

  • Strelnikov

    According to the old-ish “Truth About Scientology” website, Randy Fulton’s published service completion was:

    Randy Fulton KEEPING SCIENTOLOGY WORKING COURSE Bridge 370 2003-08-01

    He’s gone places, I guess…..