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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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VERDICT: Scientology’s Quebec rehab facility violated human rights of David Love and 2 others

David_Edgar_Love2David Edgar Love and two other former patients of a Canadian drug rehab facility run by Scientology’s front group, Narconon, have won a stunning victory from Quebec’s human rights commission.

More than three years after Love complained about the way he was treated as a patient and employee of the Narconon Trois-Rivières facility (now closed), the Quebec Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse has produced a scathing finding of fact that Narconon did violate Love’s human rights.

“This is a big win,” Love told us during a Skype conversation Wednesday night.

Over several years, Love has won several victories against the Narconon facility, which was closed down in 2012 by Quebec health officials who were acting on Love’s complaints and voluminous documentation. He also had earlier won a labor settlement over his work at the facility, and convinced the Quebec College of Physicians to ban a doctor from the facility. But it was the human rights commission that Love especially wanted a result from. (See our previous story with extensive background on his experience as a Narconon patient and employee.)

Love was able to bring a complaint to the commission because it investigates cases of discrimination against the “disabled” — and Canada’s supreme court has found that drug addicts fall under that designation. (Narconon fought that application in this case, Love says, but the commission ultimately sided with him.)

“They went out and interviewed people right across Canada,” Love says. And he thinks the commission’s decisive statement of findings will reverberate across the country and internationally.

“Here Scientology has a ‘Citizens Commission on Human Rights,’ and what happened? They were found to be violating human rights. After a three and a half year investigation, it was found that Narconon violated the human rights of three people. I think this will help people down south and around the world,” he said.

The commission agreed with what Love has been saying since he left the Narconon center in 2009 — that the rehab facility’s operations were based in deceptive business practices which put its patients in danger. The commission’s report lays out a damning litany of conditions that were imposed on Love and the other patients…

– Charging him considerable amounts for a detoxification program which was not scientifically approved and which involved health and safety hazards;

— Failing to provide him with care suited to his medical condition, despite the sums he paid;

— Providing information, before and during treatment, which could be misleading as to the likelihood of a successful outcome, and which gave the impression that the results were guaranteed;

— Charging him large sums for a service provided by unqualified people;

— Forcing him to work and perform various tasks without pay….

— Forcing him to submit to humiliating and degrading practices;

— Failing to properly bear the responsibility for confidential information obtained from the complainant after prompting him to open up about personal aspects of his life;

— Using controversial teaching methods that were not based on any scientific study;

— Submitting him to poor living and food conditions;

— Submitting him to forced confinement and coercion.

It’s a powerful indictment of a Scientology front group that is also under investigation or facing lawsuits in Georgia, Oklahoma, Nevada, and California. (Narconon insists that it is independent of Scientology whenever it finds itself in trouble or has to respond to media inquiries. But there’s simply no question that Narconon was developed by Scientology to burnish its image and operates under umbrella groups staffed only with Scientology “Sea Org” workers. Scientology’s leader, David Miscavige, always touts Narconon as a Scientology project when he’s speaking at private church events.)

Love and the other two former patients were each awarded “moral” and “punitive” damages by the commission. (The amounts are redacted in the copy of the report we’ve posted, below.) But Love explains that the commission lacks enforcement power. It gave Narconon a deadline to pay the damages, and that deadline passed on April 4. The commission will have to file suit against Narconon in order to force it to pay the damages.

Short of that, the commission’s attorneys have been encouraging Narconon to work out a settlement with the three victims. Love says Narconon offered to pay him 20 percent of what he had been awarded, but required all three victims to agree to a confidentiality agreement. Love refused. He says Narconon has said it will file for bankruptcy if the commission takes it to court, so if Love continues to refuse, none of the victims will see a dime.

“If I don’t sign, the other victims don’t get their money. That’s weighing on me a lot,” he says. But he explains that he hasn’t come this far to sign what amounts to a gag order — not when he’s trying to publish a book about his experiences.

In the meantime, Love has been the subject of a ferocious “fair game” campaign, with anonymous websites smearing him regularly. Recently, he says he went on a date, and a photograph of him strolling with his companion showed up on one of the smear sites, with language suggesting that his date was in danger.

“The ‘dead agent’ attacks are pretty unbelievable. It’s been hell,” he says. “They’ve posted this stuff all over the Internet about me.”

For now, however, he’s happy to have the commission’s findings, even if the prospect of getting any money from it are complex and perhaps nonexistent.

“I’m not in it for the money,” he says.

Here, then, is the document which condemns Narconon’s treatment of David Love in no uncertain terms…

 

David Love report, Quebec Human Rights Commission

 
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The joys of Super Power

Black Rob posted this video yesterday at WWP and also sent us a copy. What a hoot. Mr. Minnesota says he’s Grade Zero, so that puts him only a modest way up the Bridge, but he decided to do the Super Power rundowns and it “fixed everything.” Yes, it’s the usual vague Scientology happy talk about how these processes filled them with…something. Anyway, we heard him say that he’d done “six intensives,” which means he purchased six 12.5-hour blocks of processing to get through the Super Power rundowns. According to a 2007 price list we have, six intensives (75 hours) of Flag auditing above OT III runs $38,025.00, so we sure hope this guy is transparent, glowing, and can levitate. (By the way, anyone have a price list for Super Power intensives?)

 

 
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  • Just Dee

    Which Narconon was suppose to close in the U.S. due to insurance fraud (I think?) I thought one was suppose to be closed by now & curious if it ever did.

    • Panopea Abrupta

      Georgia

      • Just Dee

        Thank you

  • Panopea Abrupta

    $cientology: putting you in touch with your inner psychopath

  • Panopea Abrupta

    $cientology: putting you in touch with your inner sociopath

  • Panopea Abrupta

    $cientology: putting you out of touch

    • Missionary Kid

      Another one I put on the THINGS SAID ABOUT $CIENTOLOGY list.

  • DamOTclese2

    “..David Miscavige, always touts Narconon as a Scientology project…”

    Because he’s a dumbfuck criminal with a typical criminal IQ and can’t keep his stories straight.

    • http://www.tingleff.org/jensting/muslinger/ Jens TINGLEFF

      That’s nothing that a witness stand in a court room can’t fix…

  • Satansthetan

    Great news about David Love, may he be strong under the onslaught from the wicked ones.
    The SP video is one of the more depressing things I have seen here, and there have been plenty. The poor bastard doesn’t say anything substantial at all yet is giggling like a schoolgirl with glee at his own delusion. COB will be laughing like a maniac at his power to delude and defraud these poor suckers… It is just all so fucking sad.

  • DamOTclese2

    By the way, David may now attest to SP8:

    SP1 you become a public church critic (posting, picketing, whatever)
    SP2 the church reacts to your actions in some way
    SP3 you get a personal response from the church
    SP4 you are threatened with a lawsuit or Fair Game
    SP5 you are sued and/or Fair Gamed
    SP6 you win their suit or stop the Fair Gaming
    SP7 you sue them
    SP8 you win your lawsuit
    SP9 you collect damages

    • Panopea Abrupta

      Let us collectively hope that 9 will follow with a resounding thunderclap.

      • DamOTclese2

        9 should be amended after getting Wog Approval to include “or force them to file for bankruptcy.”

    • valshifter

      Just like their statuses; Suppressive Maximus ,should be #10 being a Class A lawsuit and winning.

      • Panopea Abrupta

        In fact, in the wog world, each of the levels of status to which the whales aspire should be accompanied by a similar list, with the Duggans as ultimate cetaceans being the ultimate criminals and guilty of aiding and abetting.

        • Juicer77

          Love it! The Bunkerites are so creative I bet someone’s already on it!

    • FromPolandWithLove

      I read critic blogs, post ocasionally here, often red-x. Can I say that I’m pre-SP?
      But I do want to go up the Bridge to total SPINESS

      • Funnybroad

        I aspire to be a suppressive meritorius.

        • Missionary Kid

          I have no power to grant that, even though I am Pope Missionary Kid. Give that to yourself. I got a chuckle out of “suppresive meritorius.”

      • Juicer77

        I would like to apply for a pre-SP also. Goldenrod, please? :) Or perhaps a lighter shade of yellow.

        • Missionary Kid

          Grant it to yourself. All us never-ins are self-declared.

      • Missionary Kid

        All us never-ins just declare what we are. I consider that you’ve achieved the full honor of SP.

    • aquaclara

      Isn’t this simply outstanding?! Great recall, too – I hope we see many more in the David Love club in 2014 and 2015! I’m pretty sure he won’t mind the company!

    • EnthralledObserver

      *snicker* Are there promised higher levels of Sp-ness (like being allowed to witness DM taken away in chains and orange suit) that you are holding out on us…?
      This isn’t just another scam is it? :p

      • Panopea Abrupta

        SPs for the win – they have only got OT VIII but we have SP 9

        I’m sure Espi could come up with some pretty dramatic variants on SP X and SP XI.

      • http://www.tingleff.org/jensting/muslinger/ Jens TINGLEFF

        maybe for collecting damages and not signing anything other than a receipt?

        (That would work – my favourite SP-9 would move up to new SP-10)

  • Baby

    David from Tony and the Bunker for all you have been through and what you have done to bring the Truth.

    • Intelligenceplus

      WOW! :-)

      • Baby

        And Wow to you to Mr. We are just so proud of you. Damn..

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5H9Wp0mddY

        David.. We love you.. and I have a big crush on you!

        • Intelligenceplus

          I’m humbled to say the least … thank you ALL for such kind words. <3

          • Missionary Kid

            You deserve them. Thank you for your efforts.

          • Baby

            No need to reply back to me.. I just wanted to leave you with my favorite quote..

            ” Everything Will Be OK in the End. If It is NOT OK than it is NOT the end. “

  • Joe Hurtado (cs sarabia & all)

    I don’t know if this has been posted recently. I just found in on the Vanity Fair website. Stephen Colbert mocks Scientology nine years ago on the Daily Show. Stay through the end. He’s always taken them on and had Lawrence Wright as a guest. Despite leaving behind the persona, I hopes he continues this on network television. I hope CBS lawyers don’t stifle him.

    http://thedailyshow.cc.com/videos/1f09pv/this-week-in-god—scientology

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

    This video is such a perfect example of the mania that auditing creates. It looks just like the Tom Cruise video! Oh how embarrassing that I probably said some stupid shit like this. At least I realized it was all bullshit when I was an adult. I never spent another second in an auditing chair after age 18.

    Also, are these the only two people in the entire SP building. I don’t see another soul. The place looks desolate.

    Here’s a transcript:

    [insert creepy nonsensical, maniacal laughter here]
    [enter stage bottom (?): smug guy with stupid fake grin sitting back and crossing his arms…looking smug]
    [vague dialogue that makes no sense]
    [person sits across and says “wow” “amazing” “cool”]

    “Ethics is reason. If something makes sense that’s what you do.”

    “Ron says that there’s the–um…if you have goals and if people are not able to envision themselves completing their goals, well then you’re not living.” [Sounds like something Hubbard would say]

    “I came out of session that day. I was in the elevator, and people were kinda lookin’ at me, you know. And I knew there was nothing wrong. So I was like do you feel that. And they go, ‘yeah.’ And I go, ‘Oh. Get used to it. That’s life. Feels unusual to me too. I’m alive again.'” [Insert creepy laughter that makes me wonder if it was rape or consensual?]

    “It happened again later that night. I was outside. And I said to sort of a crowd of people, “did you feel that?” And some girl from 15 feet away. She goes, ‘Yes.'” [Come on, that sounds like a lame dick joke]

    “You feel like you can go into an org or talk to anybody and they’re gonna be your friend. If you’re not my friend today, you’ll be my friend tomorrow. Unless you’re some kind of SP or PTS person.” [So, like basically only Scientologists will ever be your friend. Wow what an accomplishment.]

    “I had to stop making friends because I had too many friends in one day.”

    “I refuse to acknowledge the negative about someone, because there is no negative about you.” [Unless you are some kind of PTS/SP person, right?]

    Insert creepy Scientology exchange that shows they have no concept of love:

    Creepy woman: “I love you.”
    Creepy man: “I love you too”

    [Maniacal laughter from both]

    “The only thing wrong with anyone is that they are dragging around a meat body that has various looks and things.” [So…everyone should die and we would all be okay?]

    • Protest Ant

      Thanks for the transcript – I could only get 60 seconds in. This doesn’t sound like super power… It sounds like someone slipped him an E.

      • NOLAGirl

        Friday Night Flag Rave maybe? :)

      • Robert Eckert

        He neglected to transcribe the whole bit about “is this camera working? maybe we’d better run this back and make sure it’s getting sound” and so on. Definitely Sub Powers.

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

          I was more interested in the maniacal laughter because it made me shudder.

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

    Congratulations David Love! You have accomplished much, not only for yourself but for everyone who’s ever been taken advantage of by the organization of Narconon. Let’s hope this is only the first domino. I don’t believe for a second that there’s not some way around the NDA. Get your book done, and send it to publishing. Sign the NDA in the lapse between. ;)

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

    Tony, this post just hit the top of my favorites list. The juxtaposition of a *real life* success story and a Scientology success story is remarkable.

  • shasha40

    When are they going to be held accountable for the crimes ” Narconon +Scientogy”, have committed and All their frickin ‘ entities ??? I’m tired of the ” legal victories ” of people that have been fighting this Vapid Viper called Scientology for years ! I Thank you all so much , what exes have done to bring this dragon down . Apparently all of our legal systems never really mete out justice , in the name of Justice . They are failing us all . David , you have a spot ( have had for a while now ) on my Heart of Heroes ! I salute you , Sir ! *standing ovation *

  • BosonStark

    What’s the back story to Black Rob getting these incredible videos? Is the interviewer just an enthusiastic thetan who thinks she’s spreading theta throughout the thetaverse by doing these and posting them? She has to be sanctioned in some way to even be doing these interviews, right? The second one, especially, I mean, these have the potential to be like a non-celeb version of the Tom Cruise video. I hope there are lots of them.

    • outraged

      How does Black Rob get ALL of his material?? Best SCION Thread Ever award goes to his Thetan eating mirror thread on WWP.

      • NOLAGirl

        I think he is the master of sock-puppet accounts. He sneaks into the restricted areas and smuggles out the info. Like you, I appreciate the lulz and the info he provides. It’s always a startling look at the whack-a-doodle life inside the bubble.

        • outraged

          wow. I had some vague idea about anon FB accounts and lots of still-in friends. or something. He is hacking SCIONVille? That is so cool. Is the avatar his real face?

          • NOLAGirl

            Not sure if that’s him or not, don’t know much about him. And he isn’t really hacking, just using sock accounts to get on Scion’s FB friends lists. If they allow him on their list, and they’ve posted pics…they’re handing him all that juicy info.

            Black Rob: The James Bond of Anti-$cientologists. :D

            • outraged

              Black Rob, the savior of sanity, he restores humour and sarcasm.

          • Jimmy3

            If you mean the avatar from WWP, it really is Black Rob. Just not the same Black Rob.
            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Rob

            • outraged

              oh! I was confused because one day BR posted a picture of Black Rob with Little Davey. At least it was a guy who looked like Black Rob. Then I got all confused. So this is an ANON person. We have NO idea who it is, non?

    • http://www.tingleff.org/jensting/muslinger/ Jens TINGLEFF

      It’s also a 10% commission for all sales to soon-to-be-ex “friends.”

  • ShoopZ

    Twas the day after Thursday
    And all through this scam…(refresh)

  • ShoopZ

    Congratulations Mr Love for the important work you’re doing and your BIG victory! :-D

  • nottrue

    The joy of super powers and seeing elephants in your room………

  • Panopea Abrupta

    RED-X RED-X RED-X

    YOU can have Super Powerzzzzzzzzz
    Just RED-X and all those nasty Craigslist ads will vanish

    https://whyweprotest.net/community/threads/taking-down-co-on-craigslist-co-ads-on-craigslist.113779/page-72#post-2444339

    ty ap

    • Dancing Cranberry

      for safety

    • aegerprimo

      KAPOW! Got ‘em.

  • Panopea Abrupta

    $cientology: the Mariana Trench of low behaviour, the Everest of arrogance

  • aquaclara

    Leaving a treat for David Love….

    • NOLAGirl

      Aqua, I wish you, Miss Tia, Hole, Baby, Natalia & Bury could be down here this weekend to enjoy French Quarter Fest with us.

      There is no better antidote to Davey’s House of Horror’s than living life and enjoying the freedoms of food, music and art. :)

      • TheHoleDoesNotExist

        ack! that would be fun. Wish we could too!

      • aquaclara

        Ooh, sounds lovely! You live in the land where all the senses kick in! I will be back one day!
        Winter up north is finally gone…. Daffodils bloomed today!

      • Baby

        NOLLLLLLLLA!! It’s too late now.. Wah, Wah.. I waaaaaannnnnnna go.. Sounds like a blast!

        Have a Hurricane for me Love.. sigh ; /
        I love the French Quarter!

    • kemist

      Here is one from Quebec

      • Jimmy3

        What is that? French fries and dumplings covered in BBQ sauce? I think I see a couple shrimp too

        • Dancing Cranberry

          That’s poutine! Yum! Its french fries and cheese curds with gravy.

          • Jimmy3

            Certainly sounds better than it looks.

            • Dancing Cranberry

              so many comfort foods do!

            • Robert Eckert

              tastes better than it sounds, too

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

            We have chili cheese fries here in Amurika, home of the Bacon Bowl.

            http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81-FOBgvGaL._SL1500_.jpg

            I think we’re in a three-way race with Canada and Scotland to produce the greatest aggregates of protein, starch, grease and salt known to man.

            • Jimmy3

              One day a genius said “I hate doing the dishes and I love eating bacon, and by-God, I’m a fricken American.” And thus, today we have the Bacon Bowl.

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

              There’s also the sourdough or regular bread bowl for soup, but at least eating bread with soup is an old human tradition.

        • Mark

          It’s called poutine. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poutine

        • kemist

          I’ve never seen a shrimp poutine, but there is one high gastronomy restaurant here which serves one with duck.

          You can add chicken and green peas – we call that a galvaude.

          Or sausage and ground meat – that’s a dulton.

          Poutine is Quebec’s gift to the world of heart-attack inducing fast foods.

          The cheese that is used must be fresh, raw curds that squeek as you eat them.

          • Panopea Abrupta

            La poutine au foie gras du Pied du Cochon?

            Victoriaville’s gift to emergency wards !

        • Sandy

          I worked with a gal from Canada. The dept went out to lunch together and she ordered french fries & asked for gravy. Wot? I thought everyone ate french fries w/ketchup. Duh me.

          • Panopea Abrupta

            Malt vinegar in England, mayo in Belgium, shoyu in my house, … :)

      • NOLAGirl

        We have something similar called Swamp Fries. They’re delicious and no friend to anyone’s cholesterol level. :) (refresh)

      • Dancing Cranberry

        and for dessert – something from David Love’s home province – Nanaimo Bars.

        • Baby

          http://www.joyofbaking.com/NanaimoBars.html

          OMG This has my name all over it! Here is the History ( and recipe) ..and If I had them in front of me they would BE HISTORY..

        • Tone

          God I love those! I rarely make them but you can get a pretty good version of them in the grocery store, especially Superstore. For me one pan = one serving.

        • And I’m Cute, Too

          Haven’t had one of those in years… yum…

      • Joe Hurtado (cs sarabia & all)

        That also looks suspiciously like some kind of a caramel, ice cream, apple pie concoction to the middle-aged eyes. Time to get a new prescription .

      • aquaclara

        You win. I want that.
        What is it?

        • Panopea Abrupta

          Poutine – fries, cheese and gravy.
          Further discussion, downthread.
          Ultimate gourmet version:
          with foie gras, invented at the very high-end gourmet Pied du Cochon restaurant

          http://www.restaurantaupieddecochon.ca/

          • aquaclara

            Oh, I want the regular people version just like this! I enjoyed gravy on steak fries in high school (worked at a restaurant in Clearwater) that complemented my beach diet -in the wrong way- of lettuce with vinegar salad (7 calories, pretty much all you can eat).

            Add cheese-how could this possibly be bad???

            You are teasing me now!

            Now where do I find this in Philly?

            • Panopea Abrupta
            • aquaclara

              Oh, these are great places. Thank you! So kicking myself for missing this in Montreal. Which is a beautiful city, great for biking all around! Need to get back, but in the meantime, you found a great list of Philly places that are in on the secret. (Curds….lots of serious cheese talk). And it’s even a good fit for Lenten Fridays! Win!

              You gave David a wonderful present.

            • aquaclara

              Poutine wit Wiz….yum

              (Just teasing! We have real cheese, too,)

        • kemist

          Poutine from Ashton’s ( the best IMO, except for one family restaurant near my place who makes divine variations like General Tao poutine).

          Fries and squeaky, fresh cheese curds swimming in brown sauce. You can also put spaghetti sauce instead and you’ll have “poutine Italienne”.

          Unfortunately Ashton’s only has restaurants around Quebec city. McDonald’s serves something that vaguely looks like it in the rest of Canada.

    • Intelligenceplus

      David LOVES Caek <3

      • aquaclara

        <3

  • http://www.cosvm.com/ Volunteer Ministers

    Looks like Dave Love just shoved his ethics in to Miscavige.

  • Panopea Abrupta

    $cientology: turning people into flotsam and jetsam since 1952

    • Missionary Kid

      I’ll post that later on the list,

  • Jimmy3

    Congratulations on the victory, Mr. David Love. I am very happy for you, but I am very annoyed that they are allowed to stipulate the terms of their defeat when it comes to paying out damages. I understand that you’re not in it for the money, but their above-the-law arrogance is maddening.

    Short of that, the commission’s attorneys have been encouraging Narconon to work out a settlement with the three victims. Love says Narconon offered to pay him 20 percent of what he had been awarded, but required all three victims to agree to a confidentiality agreement. Love refused. He says Narconon has said it will file for bankruptcy if the commission takes it to court, so if Love continues to refuse, none of the victims will see a dime.

    My question is, can they really get away with filing for bankruptcy just to spite someone? I thought in order to file for bankruptcy protection, you needed to prove that you don’t have the assets to cover outstanding debts. So would another court battle and/or a full payment of damages actually bankrupt them or are they just bluffing?

    • nosce

      It seems this is not the first time they have done this. I thought because it is based in the US it should still be liable.

    • kemist

      Canadian bankruptcy law is relatively lenient towards the bankrupted party, at least for a first offence.

      However, there can be an unfortunate hitch for narCONon :

      Debts arising from fraud are not discharged in a bankruptcy in Canada.

      • Jimmy3

        That is good to know. I’m assuming their lawyers know that, too, so it is only a bluff.

      • EnthralledObserver

        Oh… nice. Well in that case it’s worth calling their bluff.

    • nosce

      It bears repeating:

      RMycroft
      posted this about 7 hours ago

      “That’s not defeat, that’s SOP. The idea is collapse one organization to avoid paying out, and meanwhile another similarly-named but legally different company pops up and carries on. It didn’t
      work with the Church of Scientology California to Church of Scientology International switch, but hope springs eternal.” and “I think they were planning to do that to avoid the libel payout in Hill v Church of Scientology Toronto, and the Ontario Snow White judgment. They told the court that they’d completely all the money and had two new mortgages on the building to the mother church. (Cunning
      Plan: Bankrupt the Toronto Org and pop Toronto Org 2.0 the next day.) That didn’t
      go over very well, and the judge smacked them down hard and said that the mother cthurch could pay it then. Scientologists’ Offices Mortgaged, Court Told November 26, 1992, Thomas Claridge, Globe and Mail 6″

      Douglas D Douglas also said:
      “If it will keep them from paying out, I believe they will file. There is precedent in the Wollerscheim case. For corporate Scientology, bankrupting Narconon is pretty meaningless, compared to paying out a settlement”

      • Jimmy3

        It is meaningless to them, and I would rather they not get their way. They should be made to pay their victims the full amount.

        • nosce

          Believe me that are tons and tons of people who are fed up with all the bs scientology seems to get away with and there is no thought about the suffering of all the victims.

        • http://www.tingleff.org/jensting/muslinger/ Jens TINGLEFF

          Well, why not let them bankrupt (i.e shut down) narCONon in Canada and then pursue the criminal organisation known as the “church” of $cientology through the courts? There’s many, many, ex-victims who are able to document that the criminal organisation known as the “church” of $cientoilogy and narCONon are one and the same thing. (Oh, and IRS forms and stuff ;) )

  • Juicer77

    In reading Barefaced Messiah, I’ve just gotten to the part where the English government c. 1968 bars Hubbard and any CO$ students from entering the country. They cite the same evil, dangerous, unhealthful and manipulative practices that the cherch still maintains. Perhaps the difference now is the many former – and current – Scions speaking out and pulling back the curtain. I just fear the Armagaeddon tactics Miscavige will probably pull.

    • Panopea Abrupta

      Miscavige?
      He’ll just fill up his back-pack with ill-gotten gains and say “Armageddon outta here.”
      He’s got a broad yellow streak running right down his reptilian spine, like most bullies.

      • Mooser

        But he is in way over his head now. And with none of the ability Ron had (for whatever reason) to inspire personal loyalty. Is there a single person, anywhere, who actually likes him?

        • cdub

          DM will run. His fearless leader LRH ran when things got hot. So will he.

      • Missionary Kid

        The reason that he and lrh strike out at SPs is because they, as bullies, have done everything to protect their little faux kingdom. (Faux, that is, to everyone outside).

        They are afraid of the consequences of their actions.. Yellow only partially describes the whimpering “leaders” that hide out at the first sign of trouble or put as many barriers between themselves and any real confrontation.

        Fuck ‘em.

      • aegerprimo

        I agree. I think the point he no longer has control, and he LOVES control, he is going to run.

      • L. Meyer

        I was just thinking the same thing and wondered if he has a private jet on permanent standby at the nearest airport to his residence. Wouldn’t doubt it for a second.

        • Panopea Abrupta

          With John Travolta at the stick of joy?

  • outraged

    Congratulations Mr. Love!! Thanks to you, and so many others, brick by effing brick the walls of the most evil Cult that ever existed are a tumblin’ down.

  • aegerprimo

    Way to go David Love! DON’T SIGN ANYTHING. I know you won’t because you are smart. (BTW, loved following your Suppressa Palooza Tour last year http://sptour2013.wordpress.com/)

    • aquaclara

      That tour was incredible….I want to drive that car around the SupaPowa building over and over again.
      Bert, Colin, David. A trio of heroic dudes. With great hats.

  • NOLAGirl

    Get your cult uniform and vitamins now!! Any & all forms of payment accepted.

    http://www.mikerindersblog.org/gag-ii-purif/#comment-43898

    • DodoTheLaser

      Now that they got fancy vitamin dispensers, medical community will totally endorse the whole thing.

      • aegerprimo

        Yeah sure. Looks very unsanitary to me.

        • DodoTheLaser

          How dare you?! These are Ideal dispensers!

          • aegerprimo

            Oh yeah, Scientologists are at cause over MEST and MRSA.

            • DodoTheLaser

              How is MRSA part of it? The Purif diarrhea is normally from tons of C and CalMag.

            • DodoTheLaser

              How is MRSA part of it? The Purif diarrhea is normally from tons of C and CalMag.

    • TheHoleDoesNotExist

      Those vitahminn dispensers came out last year, but maybe the clams were unconscious in the saunas when it was announced. New t shirts and shorts though. Wonder how much those are gonna set them back.

      • aegerprimo

        Made in Taiwan like the E-meters maybe?

  • Robert Eckert

    OT: 10th Circuit has the oral arguments available as an audio recording in the case Kitchen v. Herbert (challenge to Utah’s same-sex-marriage ban). Oral arguments in Bishop v. Oklahoma (which is consolidated with the Utah case, to be heard by the same panel of judges and ruled on together) are next Thursday. The lawyers were only given 15 minutes each and were barraged by questions from the judges so that they didn’t get through their prepared points when time expired. Hard to tell much but Utah’s lawyer seemed more flustered.

    https://www.ca10.uscourts.gov/clerk/news/oral-argument-audio-recording-13-4178-kitchen-v-herbert

  • media_lush

    a bit off topic but I came across this new app called ‘Ethical Decision Making’…. haven’t played with it yet but it might be interesting to use with scientology criteria…. anyway, it’s free https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/ethical-decision-making/id799710217?mt=8

    also new post up http://scientologybollocks.blogspot.co.uk

    • Baby

      Cruise .. “Now A Recluse Obsessed with his Appearance. ”

      I have never said this.. HE PULLED IT IN!

      • Panopea Abrupta

        Naw, Baby, he puffed it out.

        • Baby

          Hahahahah That too Pan..

        • Baby

          Hahahahah That too Pan..

    • Baby

      Lush I read on your blog that Kirstie’s show was cancelled but I can’t find it anywhere else.. Please tell me it’s true!

      • aegerprimo

        Oh yeah? I missed that tidbit. YES LUSH! Tell us it’s true!

      • media_lush

        read somewhere that it was not being renewed…. it was one of those nights when I’d come home late and a tad merry so I wasn’t my best at screengrabbing or copying links etc…. normally if a show is renewed that info is given mid season – EG Game od Thrones has been given 2 new seasons… The Exes (with Leah Remini) was given another season before the end of it’s current one. I would be astounded if it was picked up again.

        edit: and I doubt she’d be taking the humiliating Jenny Craig dollar if she knew she had another series in the bag

        • Baby

          I would be astounded too.. It sucked so bad..OMG… Although I boycotted it..I watched a bit on Youtube ( I think it was) and it was beyond awful.

          • Missionary Kid

            I’d hate to think that it hurt Rhea Pearlman’s career, but she’s too good not to survive it, and the show was so little watched. The concept was O.K., but the writing sucked, probably because Krusty dictated the way it would go.

            • Baby

              Rhea.. I don’t know.. She always plays the one note..

              Michael Richards ugh… His Schtick is yesterday’s meatloaf

            • Missionary Kid

              Rhea was simply doing a weak reprise of her Cheers role. She’s done other parts with different characters.

        • jeff

          It disappeared from her background on Twitter and she’s no longer tweeting about it, so, most likely. it’s a goner.

          • media_lush

            bare worth repeating but she managed 34 retweets from her 1.2 million “followers” as to who wanted a second series

      • noseinabk

        Maybe you are thinking of the Dlisted site? He mentions that her show will get canceled in some predictions. Nothing on google about the show getting cancelled. Bummer.

        http://dlisted.com/2014/04/07/kirstie-alley-is-going-back-to-jenny-craig-and-shes-bringing-xenu-with-her/

        • media_lush

          given that renewals or 2nd season pick-ups are nearly always given just after the beginning or mid season of a show I would bet my house that there’s no second series. Pre-production has to be in place talent has to be retained so a 2nd series can actually be filmed in the first place… all of this is known months before filming begins and even more months before actual broadcast. Here’s a grab of The Exes announcement for a renewal…. notice it is before the end of the current season. Pretty sure the figures were abysmal after the first episode that a notice the show is not being picked up is least embarrassing for all those involved.

          • media_lush

            forgot the grab

          • Robert Eckert

            In other words, they are disposing of it quietly, and without sorrow

            • Missionary Kid

              They don’t like to publicize their failures.

      • Sarah James

        Baby, did you post where to vote for and against Kirstie’s show being renewed? Who ever did thanks. I voted no a few X’s. :-)

        • Baby

          No Sarah I did NOT.. but you better believe I voted like 20x..haha I will be dancing Nekked in the streets when it is cancelled ..

    • Baby

      Lush I read on your blog that Kirstie’s show was cancelled but I can’t find it anywhere else.. Please tell me it’s true!

  • Panopea Abrupta

    RED-X RED-X RED-X

    Go get the “most ethical assholes on the planet”
    cos the Co$ is “insanity you can not afford.”

    https://whyweprotest.net/community/threads/taking-down-co-on-craigslist-co-ads-on-craigslist.113779/page-72#post-2444339

    ty ap

    • aegerprimo

      Yeah! And thank you for helping y’all !

  • Panopea Abrupta

    Wanna help David Love fund his book publishing?
    His refusal to sign gag orders leaves him looking for crowd-funding.

    http://www.gofundme.com/86w72c

    Thank you, David, a thousand thanks.

    • DodoTheLaser

      I would like to read this book.
      David, I humbly suggest for you to expand/update the GoFundMe intro about the book,
      to introduce more info about its content (table).

      • Intelligenceplus

        I would appreciate any suggestions that would help. How/What do you think I should do to expand/update? I’ve never done this before and could use HELP/ADVICE please. David Love

        • DodoTheLaser

          Just paste the Content Table from your book. It will not reveal much, yet give better idea on what’s covered and ignite even more interest. Or list the sub-topics/key events.
          Basically, anything that will inform potential reader on why they will want to read it.

          • Intelligenceplus

            Thanks, will try to do over weekend or early next week …

            • DodoTheLaser

              Welcome. That would be great. Try to get it done before Thursday.
              May be more people from Dept 20 will blow. They are paying attention, as we speak.

  • aegerprimo

    OT, but interesting info. JBWriter at ESMB posted a “cheat sheet” on how Scientology PR people handle the press.
    http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?35554-Bob-Adams-Church-of-Scientology-International-Vice-President-April-2014/page2&p=923880#post923880

    The whole thread is interesting, and she is tracking down the exact position Bob Adams holds in the Co$. Is he really and is he AS OF RIGHT NOW the Vice President of CSI (Church of Scientology International)?
    http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?35554-Bob-Adams-Church-of-Scientology-International-Vice-President-April-2014

    • aegerprimo

      Here is a cut-and-paste of the “cheat sheet” by JBWriter for those who do not like to visit the ESMB forum.

      The only available response options a Co$ spokesrep:

      1. Answering non loaded questions
      Purpose: To train a PRO to answer such questions with confidence and simplicity, as are often asked by reporters.
      2. No Answer
      Purpose: To train a PRO to give a ‘no answer’ to questions he has no wish to answer directly.
      3. Non sequitur events
      Purpose: To enable a PRO to practice getting his “message” across and tag it on to any current event.
      4. Handling a suppressive T.V. interviewer
      Purpose: To train a PRO to get his message across in spite of the ‘interviewer’, in the few short minutes usually available on television.
      This is so that …. million people have no doubts after the programme what the Scientologist stands for and what he is against
      5. Handling an SP
      a) By overwhelm
      Purpose: To train a PRO to be able to establish Ethics presence over an SP reporter if the occasion arises, by such things as shouting, banging, pointing, swearing. To do this completely causatively until the poor reporter is ‘caved in’.
      b) By being knowingly covertly hostile
      Purpose: To train the PRO to handle an SP reporter by word alone without the use of force as in (a). He uses the word as a rapier and plunges it in at the reporter, so that the reporter introverts and drops the question.
      c) By stalling for time
      Purpose: To train a PRO to maintain his confront and composure when given some SP sensational news by a reporter, of which he has no prior knowledge.
      d) By handling the reporter in front of you (verbal Karate)
      Purpose: To train a PRO to handle the reporter in front of him, with judgement in present time.

      • Panopea Abrupta

        So how come, if the “tech” is so infallible and directly from “source” (on sauce), are they making such an utter pig’s breakfast of all of this?
        Hundreds, thousands of column inches, endless tv j and d or worse – all of it hostile or defamatory.
        A bloody laughing stock, flavour of the decade for a cheap laugh.
        It is so sweet to see the tables finally turning against this barf bag of half-digested platitudes that pretends to occupy some high moral ground.

        • aegerprimo

          Pigs eat their own feces too – for breakfast.

      • Sir Hemet TC Burlwood, VIII

        The Tommy Girls had this tech down cold!
        Shining exemplars of the power of scientology technology, preserved on YouTube for all to appreciate!

    • Captain Howdy

      Bob Adams is John Brodie without the gumption to leave.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Adams_%28American_football%29

      • Panopea Abrupta

        A tight end? How appropriate.
        Miscavige is such a tight end he could lop the heads off 9″ nails with his anal sphincter.

      • Jimmy3

        I knew Chuck Noll and the Steelers were heavily linked to Scientology and I’m going to close this page before anyone can tell me I’m wrong.

        • aquaclara

          Huh?

          • Jimmy3

            There’s no connection other than my opposition to both the Steelers and Scientology.

            • DodoTheLaser

              Bengals fan?

            • Jimmy3

              Hahaha, yeah, right! The Bengals are awful… I’m a Browns fan.

            • DodoTheLaser

              Even better.

            • DodoTheLaser

              Secret Colts fan?

            • Jimmy3

              No such Luck.

            • DodoTheLaser

              Figure skating?

            • Jimmy3

              Nod ice. But ashley, I was rooting for Wagner.

            • DodoTheLaser

              Nice.

  • And I’m Cute, Too

    Way to go, David Love! Your perseverance and commitment to justice have made this happen. And thumbs up to the Quebec human rights commission for all their hard work, and coming to this decision.

    Stay strong, David. I know you won’t let this evil cult win.

  • Jonathan Cummings

    That poor man. He just paid all that money to do “Super Power” yet we (and he) all know that he cannot read other beings thoughts, or fly through the air, or move things with his mind. He is just lighter in his wallet. WAKE UP DUDE! The Oiliness Table just made you greasy, NOT superhuman.

  • media_lush

    tangibly relevant late night lulz from Michael K

    • TDA1541A

      The one in the middle owns the two on the side ?

  • DodoTheLaser

    Correct me if I’m wrong David, but it seems that at some point in life you were grateful for Narconon,
    just like I was grateful for Dianetics. Perhaps we both thought these things saved our lives.
    May be because we were in the middle of turmoil and confusion and very vulnerable.
    That’s when scientology’ web works best. Kirstie Alley comes to mind.

    This is what makes the whole thing is so intriguing and controversial, imo.
    This is what gives OSA enough material for their “dead agent” packs too.

    Who knows what turn our lives would take otherwise, may be it all meant to be.
    One thing I am sure of – there is a trouble in scientology’ paradise.
    Thank you for exposing it. Looking forward to reading your book.
    http://www.gofundme.com/86w72c

    • Intelligenceplus

      Yes, I was grateful when I finished each Narconon Book and Attested in Qual, but mostly because I was glad to be done with that step. Although I did witness horrific events of abuse, I did believe in the Narconon Program for quite some time. However, when I saw the relapses, pain, suffering, and abuse, it kept building in my mind until I could take no more. Once I was convinced it was a FRAUD and someone was surely going to die soon if it wasn’t STOPPED, that was the turning point and I BLEW. In hindsight, perhaps “it was meant to be” as you say. Cheers, David Love

      • Baby

        David.. Thank you.. You are one of the many heroes in the fight to bring the truth ! xo Baby

        • DodoTheLaser

          I saw a donation from Baby Bunker. I wonder who that would be. :)

          • Baby

            xo I’m representin Do

        • Intelligenceplus

          THANK YOU!!! <3

          • Baby

            Oh you are welcome David.. I know we can’t imagine what you have gone through.. We know how Evil this Cult is.. Just know that we have your back!

      • DodoTheLaser

        Thank you for your reply! I know what you mean.
        Just like I used to believe in Clear and OT states.
        Cheers

      • Satansthetan

        Keep it up mate! This beast can be stopped if enough brave people like yourself stand up and fight. The bunker has your back. Good luck and may justice prevail.

      • http://www.tingleff.org/jensting/muslinger/ Jens TINGLEFF

        You know, that sounds more like they suckered you in when you were vulnerable, used undue influence to convince you that you “needed!!” to do their “step” and that they violated your human rights from day one.
        Dodo, I disagree that there is anything intriguing going on. Like cigarettes (with their 100+ different chemicals added only to make the product more additive and addictive more quickly) the human right violations perpetrated by the criminal organisation known as the “church” of $cientology are designed to create a need where none actually exists and to make you pay up until you’re bled dry.
        Along with this comes, in the case of narC)ONonj, the desire of some of the victims to be of help. The criminal organisation knows full well that no victim is being helped and callously abuse the desire of (some of) the victims to do good. But, at the end of the day, it’s all about the cash, which is why many, many, victims of the narCONon scam end up victimising other victims and flourishing. Cf. the stories of drug dealers and sexual predators making the life of narCONon victims hell.

        (said the ex-smoker and never-in…)

        • DodoTheLaser

          I appreciate your perspective Jens. It’s not intriguing when you have the whole scoop.
          Unfortunately, not everyone does. Not yet.

          • http://www.tingleff.org/jensting/muslinger/ Jens TINGLEFF

            Also, different people have different degrees of sensitivities to different pressures. Lots and lots of people just walk away from the scam. Some fall for the lie that they can help others by join. Yet others recognise a bully when they see one and want to join in.

            • DodoTheLaser

              I suppose. I’m not a bully type. I’ve seen them in scientology though.
              Most people joined the cult because they wanted to help others and themselves.

        • Jimmy3

          You are completely wrong, Jens!!! How dare you slander cigarettes! There are no additives without purpose, they are all pesticidal or help cure the tobacco at an unnatural pace. Crop to shelf, safely and swiftly. And absolutely none of them are dangerous at all, unless you were to burn and inhale them.

          • DodoTheLaser

            American Spirits are pretty theta.

      • Sarah James

        I know it must be exhausting to stay in the fight for so long and I am sorry you lost your friend. NarCONon and Scientology both are built on lies. The attention you have brought to the death trap which defines NarCONon has most likely saved lives. I know it has. They won’t change unless forced. Just like Scientology. Just want to say thank you. Not everyone could do what you have done.

  • http://www.tingleff.org/jensting/muslinger/ Jens TINGLEFF

    I just donated to the funding drive to get David’s book published.

    A gag order is a thing of the past. If the criminal organisation known as the “church” of $cientology is still talking gag order it’s because they do not yet have their backs against the wall.

    I guess they’re really wanting the courts in Canada to find that narCONon and co$ are one and the same thing and narCONon is happy to cause the co$ to be shut down in Canada and the sad remains sold off to pay the victims.

    Or maybe Captain David “he is NOT insane!” Miscavige has not gotten ’round to managing this situation yet. He must be struggling and the slaves who are feeding him info must be getting tired of being told they’re to blame for bad news. Good.

    • Intelligenceplus

      THANK YOU, Jens … so very much! <3

  • Lady Squash

    The problem with all this “happy talk” about any SCN Rundown or Process is that there is no follow-up. Next month he could shoot his business partner (as Rex Fowler did) or kill himself (as many have) or be bankrupt (as most are). These things have happened and when they do happen, the Church covers it up.

    • DodoTheLaser

      Hence, people leaving scientology because the gains are not stable.

      • Panopea Abrupta

        Scientology IS a stable, a very poorly cared-for stable.

        • DodoTheLaser

          Sure.

        • Jimmy3

          Hay, that is horse shit.

          • Panopea Abrupta

            You trying to be a dog in a manger here?

            • Jimmy3

              Not at all, mane.

            • Panopea Abrupta

              Rein it in , no need to stirrup a row.

            • Jimmy3

              I will rein it in. But whenever this happens, right out of the gait it’s assumed that I’m the cudprit. No one even stalls to questrian it. I want this noted for the record, because it’s only ever calf my fault.

            • DodoTheLaser

              Sometimes I feel like English is my second luggage.

            • Panopea Abrupta

              Feeling stud up?
              The stuff of nightmares?
              Bucking against the traces?

              There’s a whole herd of reasons to be off yer feed but if ewe just jump one hurdle at a time, when you round the last bend and head into the home straight I’ll give you odds-on you’ll be feeling your oats.

      • Lady Squash

        I would say, hence the scam. People leave for a number of reasons. Often I think it is because they experience a personal injustice. That was my reason–but it took several of them before I woke up. Several! I justified the first few the way Scientologists do. It was out-Tech. I pulled it in and so on. My ex-husband became inactive because he didn’t have the money to keep buying services. But of course, if his wins had been stable he wouldn’t have had to keep buying more services, so in a way your right.

        • DodoTheLaser

          Yeah, I hear you. It really is a combination of “outpoints”.

  • DodoTheLaser

    FINALLY!!! Justice prevails! They should totally get tax exemption.

    “Pastafarians celebrate as Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster acknowledged as religion in Poland”
    http://www.deathandtaxesmag.com/218622/pastafarians-celebrate-as-church-of-the-flying-spaghetti-monster-acknowledged-as-religion-in-poland/

    • TDA1541A
      • Missionary Kid

        As a Pastafarian, I’m revolted at being associated in any way with Co$.

        • TDA1541A

          I think it’s rather more offending to atheïsts

          • Missionary Kid

            I’m also an atheist. That’s why I’m a Pastafarian. I don’t care what someone’s religion is, but when, in the name of religion, they start to insist others live as they wish, or imprison people, or advocate harmful or fake cures, all in the pursuit of money, I get pissed.

            • TDA1541A

              We can go Atheïst church together

            • Missionary Kid

              That would be the Unitarian Universalist Church. There’s a lot of atheists there.

      • DodoTheLaser

        LOL

    • Verve

      I love my Polish heritage. And my Pastafarianism

    • FromPolandWithLove

      http://kosciol-spaghetti.pl/ here is official site of Polish pastafarians;p

      • DodoTheLaser

        I will join if they got meatballs.

    • FromPolandWithLove

      Story is more complicated. Long story short: Ministry which is responsible for Registry of Churches in Poland denied Pastafarian’s request for acknowledgment. Pastafarians sued this decision and won recently. Now they can request in ministry again. And request will be granted because they meet all requirements

      • DodoTheLaser

        Awesome.

        Anyone and anything can be religion now, anywhere.

        • Sydjazz

          F this i’m gonna start a religion if there are so many fat wallets around lol

          • DodoTheLaser

            Hell yeah!

    • Sydjazz

      Why does he have a collander on his head? Is it to stop xenu?

      • DodoTheLaser

        It’s complicated.

  • Pierrot

    If you are outraged by co$ abuses,
    exploitations and violations of Human Rights
    Blatant hypocrisies with their so called *Citizens Commission on Human Rights*
    Show your contempt and Flag their fraudulent ads.

    https://whyweprotest.net/community/threads/taking-down-co-on-craigslist-co-ads-on-craigslist.113779/page-72#post-2444339

    FREELOADER Debt is ILLEGAL and CAN’T BE ENFORCED Call 1-866-XSEAORG
    DON’T route out, BLOW, Get HELP, get OUT, Call 1-866-XSEAORG

    ty Mark

    • Verve

      Just noticed the RedX avatar. Nice!

  • valshifter

    One more law suit that can be used as a pattern on how to beat the cult on future litigations regarding the same issues as this one. fodder for attorneys around the globe. I wonder how LRH would feel about his idea to fight back is not working.

  • Verve

    Mr. David- congrats! Spank Tiny Boots all the way home!

    Video- “Everything’s fixed!” Dude, have you noticed your lack of hair recently?

    “I can’t be not ethical.” Except for the child labor and forced abortions?

    “I was dead… if you can’t see yourself going from A to B, you’re not alive. But I flipped the switch.” But not the hair switch? (Hint- there is this thing called ‘science’ and ‘medicine’ that can give you back your hair.)

    Anyone notice when he said “each rundown build on the other rundowns his hand-waving went lower and lower? Hmm.

    “I had to stop making friends, because I realized I had too many friends.” Just… wow.
    “What can’t you do that you want to do?” Grow hair?

    Yeah, I’m gonna go Supah Powaz myself right now so I can have a cackling sycophant tape me.

    • DodoTheLaser

      Notice, that his friends multitude galore excluded PTS and SP people.
      Because they just don’t get the greatness of it all. Poor degraded beings.

      • Verve

        Thank you- I was trying to think of something to say about that line. You nailed it.

        • DodoTheLaser

          At your service.

  • valshifter

    If everything is fixed on the Super power, what is the point of keep on walking down the yellow brick road?

    • DodoTheLaser

      Amen.

    • Sydjazz

      Welcome to the hotel california. You can check out any time you like but you can never leave

  • DodoTheLaser

    It saddens me that good people are being tricked by scientology. This is why.

    • Sydjazz

      Same dodo

  • DodoTheLaser

    While you all sleeping Cherch of $cientology of Moscow is having 20th Anniversary Celebration
    Straight from Karin Pouw http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/1846462

  • DodoTheLaser

    Good luck with Australia, scientology!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oO1bGlyHDNU

    • DodoTheLaser

      And forget about NZ.

    • Sydjazz

      Yeah ummm

      • DodoTheLaser

        What’s wrong?

        • Sydjazz

          Oh it just gets you down sometimes. You know?

          • DodoTheLaser

            Wha?

            • Sydjazz

              How people these days can still be suckered in to b.s when there is so much knowledge out there. I mean i read dianetics and almost fell asleep. Yet there are people out there still handing money over thinking they are clearing the planet and all they are doing is clearing their wallets. Oh the humanity.

            • DodoTheLaser

              Gotcha. Yes.

            • Sydjazz

              If they want to really help mankind why not donate to a real charity or volunteer at the soup kitchen. Ffs do they walk around with blinkers on? Wtf is going on?

  • Sydjazz

    Wait that super poweer video was real? Oh dear. Dunno whether to laugh or cry

    • DodoTheLaser

      Real deal.

      • Sydjazz

        Well bugger me. (Aussie slang)

  • Eivol Ekdal

    Tick…

  • valshifter

    “I had to stop making friends, because I realized I had too many friends.” In reality he probably had too many friends before scientology, but now scientology has waked up his inner sociopath where he starts to see SP’s everywhere and now even the ones that he conceived to be his friends are looking like enemies, so yeah he might have come to the realization that he now has to stop and become a real pain in the ass to his friends and family members. hee hee haa haa hoo !!!!

  • dagobarbz

    Bankruptcy? Oh please. Does “Church of Scientology California” and Wollersheim ring a bell? Sure, a tentacle entity can declare bankruptcy, but guess what. There’s a larger pool of Narconons. But they’re under Association for Better Living and Education. And ABLE reports to RTC. It beats me how anyone can look at the cult’s own diagrams and conclude that Narconon isn’t part of Scientology.

    • Jgg2012

      Narconon’s website says that it is not associated with Scientology. Scientology’s website (and their 1993 IRS Agreement) say the opposite. I wonder why? Oh, to hide from judgment creditors…

      • dagobarbz

        Scientology, Inc. must continue to convince members that it is out there doing “good” and influencing the world at large. To say they run a huge drug rehab reflects positively, if you don’t look too deep. Same thing with the “Youth For Human Rights” scam, another covert way of recruiting kids for Ron.

  • dagobarbz

    Also, I got an unsolicited email from a total stranger telling me what a bastard he is. There was a recording. He says fuck a lot. But who doesn’t?

    • Sarah James

      David Miscavige invented “YSCOHB and YSYSYS” dm is a uber potty mouth.

  • Jgg2012

    Good going, Quebec! Now, why can’t your neighbor to the South be as tough?

  • Paul V. Tupointeau

    Congratulations David Love on a job well done! On to the next target!

  • Sarah James

    That’s great David Love! Can’t wait to read your book!

  • Sarah James

    That’s great David Love! Can’t wait to read your book!

  • Kathy Nather

    David Love is a despicable human being. After getting off drugs at Narconon in Trois Rivière he joined staff. This was his choice. He proceeded to disrupt the place, seduce an executive and then accused her of doing to him what he did to her. She left Narconon in disgrace. But while they were together he pumped her for information so he could destroy the place. Now that he has gotten the government to close this Narconon he’s whining about not wanting to agree to a gag order because he wants to publish a book! This guy is no victim, quite to contrary.

    • DeElizabethan

      Lady? you must be one of those bubble head scientologists doing what you do best, being stupid! I was stupid for awhile too and can see you now! It’s alright to doubt your organization and you could become free of suppression and realize truth. Do some real research please?

      • Intelligenceplus

        Mmmm … perhaps a “Bubble-Head” is working on their “Condition of Doubt and Liability Formula”? — “Decide on the basis of “the greatest good for the greatest number of dynamics” whether or not it should be attacked, harmed or suppressed or helped.” – AND- ” Deliver an effective blow to the enemies of the group one has been pretending to be part of despite personal danger.” … /*SIGH* … And I’ve got news for YOU, K.N. … I was off drugs BEFORE I went to NN TR … 10 days Detoxing in Hospital and 6 days in Vancouver Detox before arriving at NN TR. RE: Human Rights Commission Factual Report – January 7, 2013 – Case File: # C0686_09 – Case File: # C1876_10
        – Case File: C1048_11 … NN TR Director, Marc Bernard, STATES: ” Page 14 – #52. QUOTE: “He specified that when he [David Love] arrived at Narconon, his drug test was not positive.”

        So, K.N. … as I was told on WWP when I first posted there, DOX or STFU! AND, you’ll see thousands of MORE DOX in due course – *TICK-TO-TALK* :-)

        • DeElizabethan

          Right on David. A big /”SIGH” for her and ways.

  • Kathy Nather

    DeElizabethan, don’t jump to conclusions about David Love being a good guy because you both don’t like Scientology. First, I’m not in the bubble. I’m a declared SP as of 2013. This came about because I refused to disconnect from my children when they were against me doing OT V at Flag. Instead I walked out of Flag and retired from Narconon Int. I worked there in Qual for 8 years. Although Narconon Centers are licensed by ABLE and sometimes micromanaged by them, especially regarding legal matters, Narconon is NOT Scientology. What started out as a drug addict self-help group in an Arizona prison in 1966 has grown. But it has not outgrown it’s heart of ex addicts helping addicts get off drugs. In 1966 the program was TRs and chapters of Fundamentals of Thought. Nothing more. This has changed over the years to include more but it’s heart remained the same. This is why David Love is no hero. He came to Narconon Trois Rivières to get off drugs and did so. Then he joined staff and gained the trust of his fellow staff. Now there is no more Narconon Trois Rivières. He betrayed the people who helped him and destroyed their lives as well as the lives of the addicts who had to leave the Center when it was suddenly shut down. David Love has portrayed himself as a victim. The opposite is true. He is a cold blooded snake in the grass.

    • DeElizabethan

      Yada, yada. And what are you doing about the abuses, deaths and crimes committed by the cult? Dead agenting others shows where you are coming from.

  • Kathy Nather

    DeElizabethan you missed my point entirely. Dead Agenting David Love is not what I’m writing about. I’m writing to defend the staff members at Narconon Trois Rivières who are all out of a job now thanks to David Love. These people worked long hours to do what they could to save the lives of addicts that most families had given up on. Plus David Love got what he went there for: he got off drugs.

    • Dean Fox

      It is unfortunate those staff members lost their jobs. I also don’t doubt their sincerity regarding wanting to help people; such sincerity is often found amongst scientology org staff too. It is saddening that the church of scientology takes such passion and sincere desire to help and twists it to its own ends. The church of scientology convinces people that giving their time, effort and money to the church of scientology is helping make a better world. It does this by convincing (brainwashing?) them first that scientology is the ONLY way to really help. In reality it gets these people to feed the church of scientology time, money and effort. This is why the church of scientology has an asset book value in the $billions and liquid reserves to match. This in turn helps keep David Miscavige in the lifestyle to which he has become accustomed.

      Unfortunately the facts are clear. Narconon funnels money to the church of scientology. Narconon’s “rehab” process is basically scientology TRs and purif. The purif is a dangerous procedure especially for those in less than optimal health that has resulted in people’s health suffering. There has been demonstrable lack of proper oversight of patients at Narconon resulting in rampant drug use that has resulted in deaths. Narconon has been proven to be corrupt, charging insurance companies for procedures already paid for for example. All these reasons and more are why Narconon has to be closed down.

      • DeElizabethan

        Exactly!