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Hana Whitfield: What it’s like to be stalked by Scientology

Hana_WhitfieldMark Bunker has shared with us another excerpt from the video interviews he’s been collecting for his upcoming documentary, Knowledge Report.

In this clip, he interviews Hana Eltringham Whitfield about what it’s like to be the target of “Fair Game” — Scientology’s notorious retaliation efforts coordinated by its Office of Special Affairs (OSA), which often include intrusive surveillance by private investigators.

Hana joined Scientology in 1965, became Clear number 60, then went to sea with L. Ron Hubbard, who made her captain of one of his ships. Increasingly disillusioned by what she saw of Hubbard up close, and especially after the material released in “OT 3,” she eventually left Scientology in 1984 and then became one of the most well known critics and intervention specialists. By 1991, she was probably the biggest “SP” on the planet, and the attention paid to her by the church’s private eyes proved it…

 

 
During her interview, Hana says, “I think that if Marty Rathbun and Mike Rinder ever decide to talk about this, they will talk about some of the operations that were launched against us, because they were extensive.”

We talked to Rinder, who said that between 1986 and 1993, he wasn’t working with OSA except for a period regarding Gerry Armstrong and some other specific matters. In 1991, when Hana’s surveillance was so heavy, Rinder says he was working on the LRH Life Exhibition as LRH PPRO Int (personal public relations international) after a stint in the Rehabilitation Project Force, the Sea Org’s prison detail. He says he had no experience in or oversight of the operations against Hana and Jerry Whitfield.

“But I have no doubt that they underwent the same things that were done to Vaughn and Stacy Young, or Graham Berry, or others I am familiar with” he says. “Private eyes following them, calling in complaints against them, moving in next door, listening in on cordless phone calls, the whole thing,” Rinder says.

One additional note. A few weeks ago, when we did a piece on the “Antichrist” version of OT 8, we noted that we were trying to get in touch with Hana. Former OSA member Frank Oliver had told us that in 1991, when he ran into the disputed OT 8 material in a filing cabinet at the Hollywood Celebrity Centre, he was told that it was a hoax perpetrated by Hana and Jerry Whitfield.

We did finally get a chance to talk to Hana about that. She laughed, saying she wasn’t surprised to hear that such a thing was being blamed on her, particularly in that fateful year. No, she assures us, she and her husband had nothing to do with the Antichrist OT 8 document, which became part of the “Fishman Papers” and has often been called a hoax, even by many church critics.

In our story, we talked to George White, a man who experienced OT 8 in the summer of 1988, and who says the Antichrist document was what he received on the Freewinds.

Hana tells us that she also has become convinced that the Antichrist OT 8 is genuine, and fits with the Hubbard she knew.

 
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Your random theta of the day

We really don’t know what this is, but we’re sure our commenters will have plenty to say about it. Enjoy.

 

 
PS: For Scientologists and non-Scientologists alike, Turn. The. Phone. Sideways.

Sheesh.

 
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Posted by Tony Ortega on July 29, 2014 at 07:00

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  • Eivol Ekdal

    “Civillysation”

    • i-Betty

      😛

    • Mark Foster

      Sci-silly-nation

  • D.Y.G.

    Wow. Theta Girl produced that bit of a capella brilliance without any drugs at all. Imagine that.

    • Eivol Ekdal

      Yep – still buzzing after her F/N, no drugs needed!
      Lovely picture though. A sane world where irrational fears are swept aside and in their place you have the completely rational danger of your immortal soul loosing the battle with the souls of billions of dead space aliens. And the solution is so simple! Just redefine your whole vocabulary. Donate all your money and free time for decades. After you have given millions and the best part of your life you can then realize “”I now know what I am not and am ready find out what I am”.

      • TheHoleDoesNotExist

        Well, when you put it like that…

    • Barbara Angel

      Capella or Caterpillar? Isn’t this the same girl that someone commented on concerning her eye brows?

      • D.Y.G.

        Brooke Shields eyebrows only look good on Brooke Shields. The rest of us must tweeze.

        • Barbara Angel

          Or we could stick fake elvis sideburns on our eyebrows instead of as a moustache, like the guy in the Sunday funnies

          • TheHoleDoesNotExist

            It’s not like there aren’t a zillion pictures of Elvis to get it right. Hey, isn’t this Davey’s hairdo? It all makes sense now.

            http://i.imgur.com/W7zL9bs.jpg?2
            Photo courtesy of The Tribune 1956

            • NibsSaid

              Elvis: “Those f***ing Scientologists!” Or something like that.

            • MaxSpaceman

              “Those f’ing Scientologists! All they want is my money!!”

            • NibsSaid

              Elvis had it right! He was the King

            • Mighty Korgo of Teegeeack

              Always upvote a picture of Elvis. Rule of thumb.

          • joan nieman

            I think the guy in the Sunday Funnies was trying to disguise himself. Good face cover.

      • i-Betty

        Eyebrow baby has competition.

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djVJE6cxKCs

      • joan nieman

        I thought my eye brows were bad .

  • DodoTheLaser

    “But I have no doubt that they underwent the same things that were done to Vaughn..” ~ Mike Rinder

    Thanks, Mike. I believe Robert Vaughn Young would thank you too. I mean it. No snark.

  • i-Betty

    My God, the money spent on stalking Hana’s family…

    Good old Inspector Lemon. A cartoon should be made about him. Fighting crime wherever he encounters it with citrus fruits 🙂

    In fact, all the coppers in this tale come out smelling of roses.

    • Innoculated

      Good idea. A mythical Inspector for our side. Inspector Lemon needs a sidekick, DS ?

  • Peter

    Far and away one of the finest and most ethical beings I ever met while in…or at any other time of my life.

    • DodoTheLaser

      Who?

      • Peter

        Hana, as mentioned.

        • i-Betty

          Ah, cool beans – thought you were talking about Theta Girl for a moment! I didn’t know whether to bonk you over the head with a citrus fruit (thank you, Inspector Lemon) or hand it to you for superb irony. Hana does seem so sweet in all her interviews I’ve watched. Such a lovely, soft voice 🙂

          • Peter

            I number her among those I am honoured to know. Tough as nails when it’s needed, doesn’t know the meaning of “quit” and a heavyweight when she’s watching your back.

            • aquaclara

              Thank you for sharing this personal side, too. I hope she gets a chance to see all the kind words of appreciation here today. The “before the internet” days were different, but look at how much of the Scientology play book remains the same.

        • DodoTheLaser

          It wasn’t clear before the edit. Thanks.

          • Peter

            Yeah, I realized it as soon as I posted it and went back in for the edit. Too quick with the “post” button. Sorry.

            • DodoTheLaser

              No prob.

            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              I’ve only seen Hana in videos but she comes off much as you describe her. It’s sweet of you to honor her with your kind words. I knew a few of her era and they were of two distinct types, one group was like her with a passionate burning to change the world and make it a better place. Really, it was that simple. I often try to point out the cultural background of that period because it doesn’t resemble the current one in any way. Oh, the other type was of the Capt Bill Robertson. Quite a curious lot:)

            • NibsSaid

              Is he the guy with the handlebar mustache in the overboarding photo? Been wondering who that handlebar guy is . . .

            • Espiando

              The guy with the ‘stache isn’t Bill Robertson, if that’s who you mean.

            • NibsSaid

              Thanks, Espi

            • Peter

              Yes, I’ve tried numerous times to get across that it wasn’t always like it’s been since the 80s. I left quietly and watched the destruction. A lot of what has been said here about the tech doesn’t apply to back then. People like Hana – and there were many of them – saw to it that people got their results. The orgs and missions were bustling with pcs and students. In the NY org, for instance, the huge ballroom in the Hotel Martinique generally had over 100 students on course, year in and year out, seven days a week. Lots of successful auditing going on. Great people, almost all of them long gone. Damn! it was FUN. 🙂

            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              I do understand what you’re saying. There was a true pioneer or rebel spirit. How do you explain life without cable TV or internetz or smartphones? I do believe that the days of lots of benefit from the auditing came mainly from the hearts and personalities of caring, compassionate individuals reinforced with that esprit de corp of the group. Back then it wasn’t uncommon to join up with organizations that were involved in all kinds of humanitarian projects as well as self improvement. There were only 3 channels on TV. It was boring sitting at home and for crying out loud, there wasn’t even a remote!

              Then there were the wars, the Communist fears, the conspiracy nuts and John Birch Society was going strong. Out of this was born the likes of Capt Robertson. Didn’t know him either, but I knew some of the scientologists from then. Some had that “Beautiful Mind” thing going on. I only know of U.S. from that time period and I think now our society was something like a split personality, two completely different Americas existed sometimes under the same roof.

            • Peter

              Good take on the times. We really *did* think we could change the world…and have a helluva lot of fun doing it. And, as I’ve noted here before, auditing was a much more open thing. Sec checks were a true rarity and generally used to get someone over a rough spot. Auditing was accomplished by a well trained, eager individual, who really cared, really listened and guided the pc into really digging in to his/her own case. And the wins belonged to he pc, not to Hubbard or, God forbid, Miscavige. Many staff, all non SO, were both day and foundation by their own choice. They and the public regularly just hung out there. It was quite an amazing scene. In my own mind, *that* was scientology. None of it is left other than an empty name.

            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              So true, all the above. And even for me the sec check thing wasn’t there, or just starting.- would have been another reason to leave. Ugh. Quick off topic question: Do you know of a David or Robert Cook (spelling?) that was an Apollo crew with his wife, about 1972 or thereabouts?

            • flexible

              I was on the Apollo then.. don’t recall the name…but then I didn’t know everyone up close and personal. There were well over 100 crew and we worked different shifts.
              And it’s been a long time

            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              Been trying to solve a mystery for years for my hubby. I keep showing him any pictures that pop up of Apollo crew. He was heavily recruited for the crew, but last minute family said no. Wait, maybe it was spelled David Cooke (with an e).

              Holy crap. I think I finally figured it out. Oh my. I do believe this person is now a Milestone 2. Wow. Now I have to see if I can find a pic to show my other half.

            • flexible

              HOle.. I don’t understand what you have finally figured out.. or am I not supposed to …you were just verbalizing your realization.? lol The Happiness Rundown was the key that unlocked the door for me…absolutely some of the best stuff I experienced..especially with all the suppression we experienced whilst on staff…very liberating was that rundown. Thank you David Mayo, for SURE. There seemed to begin, thereafter, a rather large exodus from staff. lol

            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              I think that I became a target when Miscavige’s first sent his CMO missions into the Sea Org orgs (after the mission demolition) were secretly grilling everyone and anyone who had anything to do with David Mayo. I knew the Mayo SO ED demonizing him was pure bull, but I knew nothing else. Didn’t matter. Life suddenly became hell, didn’t know why. I was already silently thinking management had gone insane, but this clinched it. Then I left, although not before being put on the running program. A little sleep, fresh air and food and then I was eager now to leave! hahah And I didn’t learn about Mayo’s indie group in Santa Barbara until a few years ago when I started reading everything!

              Yes, the Happiness Rundown was altered because we all left after doing it. Of course, the living conditions had nothing to do with it:). People like Hana and a whole bunch of others too long to mention, that were the sane and caring ones, when they all started leaving, the rest of were soon right behind. It is so much easier to see the evil crazy ones when the other types all leave.

            • Peter

              Sorry, I was never in the SO so didn’t know many of them except when they came through on Mission. I did know John McMaster pretty well since he spent some months in NY. Everyone loved the guy.

            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              tks

            • Espiando

              Too bad that Hubbard and his successors kept up the official line that Clear #1 and his and my tribe are 1.1s that should be eliminated, quietly and without sorrow, huh?

            • pluvo
            • MaxSpaceman

              Captain Bill, performing “Galactic Patrol.” From Tony O’s Village Voice days (the 1st frame of video is the Voice logo). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5qOxlC61Xo

              ( For those who haven’t heard this $cientology ditty, it is a must hear! )

            • Richard Grant

              It’s very hard to convey the feeling of that era to someone who wasn’t around then, isn’t it? Scientology looks a lot different if you can see it through that historical and cultural lens. And maybe it WAS a lot different, as Peter suggests elsewhere in this thread.

            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              If you’ve seen the movie “The Butler”, it is a perfect timepiece of all the ways people were changed by the culture and history around them in some very profound and surprising ways.

            • Richard Grant

              I have not seen that. Thanks for the recommendation!

            • MaxSpaceman

              I’ve always thought of Yvonne — founder of $cientology Inc.’s Celebrity Centres — in the same way as you describe Hana’s type of cherch member. Yvonne Gillham Jentzsch (Heber’s 1st wife). http://scientolipedia.org/info/Yvonne_Gillham_Jentzsch

            • Sunny Sands

              I agree about the cultural background of the period of the sixties. There were many other communal living groups formed at the same time. Everything from conservative Christian to the Manson family, and everything in between. I think that is one way scientology kept under the radar, forming these groups was a thing at the time.

            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              and it sprang from the loins of the 50’s:)

            • Anonymous

              There did indeed used to exist a group of people that were trying to make good things happen with Scientology. During that time there was a large element of fun in many locations.

              We did not know and (speaking for myself) did not care to look to see if everything was on the up and up, across the board.

              Clearly it was not and the sense of betrayal upon discovery was immense.

              I’m more cynical now than before Scientology, which in many ways was a great “win,” as I like to think I’m less likely to be fooled again with similar truth coated nonsense masking malevolent purposes.

  • DodoTheLaser

    OT VIII and all its versions is a major fail. That’s all.

  • HillieOnTheBeach

    *pats earnest girl on the head*

  • i-Betty

    Ahahahahahaha!! SNICKERSNORT x 1 million. My ears! Oh, that’s the best thing I’ve ever heard. Sing it, sister! 😀

    • DodoTheLaser

      I am so going to join scientology again after watching this video!

      • i-Betty

        She’s lured me in with her soothing melodics and tranquil harmonies.

        I literally can’t stop listening to it. Her glorious voice is perhaps scientology’s most powerful dissemination tool to date. None can resist the siren song of Theta Girl. Witch.

        What an absolutely fabulous start to the afternoon; I’m delighted! 😀

        • NibsSaid

          i-Betty, it’s 4:34 a.m. here! Do you live in Australia?

          • Barbara Angel

            Not sure about i-Betty but I live in Aus and it’s 9.36pm here.

            • NibsSaid

              Ha! Thanks Barbara, Australia seems like it would be so great . . .

            • Barbara Angel

              Best part about Aus, is co$ keep a low profile and when mustravage flew in to open the Ideal Morgue in Sydney he flew in under cover and flew out the same way. The only publicity he gained was with his goons blocking the footpath and blocking the media. There was a scuffle, so that’s the only news on his visit, apart from the fact he looked like shit= hungover. Why the secrecy? Most visiting celebs cater to the media by giving interviews and a photo shoot but not mustravage? He should find himself a new PR person. Or maybe he just likes to scurry around with his tail between his legs……lol

            • NibsSaid

              He’s more like a mafioso

            • Barbara Angel

              Or a turd with all the trimmings

            • i-Betty

              Beautiful.

            • Sidney18511

              When I first read that Barbara I saw “Or a turd with all the lemmings”.
              And I thought “how clever!”

            • NOLAGirl

              With less of a conscience.

            • Peter

              My first thought on your last sentence was “well, that would mean he does have *something* between his legs”! LOL

          • i-Betty

            England, and it is 12:37 here 🙂

            [edit] and get to bed, Nibs!!

            • NibsSaid

              Super Cool – Do you love living in England?

            • i-Betty

              I do 🙂 We are a military family (parents were teachers in the military for many years, two of my four brothers are serving soldiers and several of my uncles and grandparents served) and I was born on a Royal Air Force base in Cyprus then we moved around Europe until finally coming ‘home’ to England to live when I was 12. I have lived in over 30 homes and attended 10 different schools, so I value the fact that my own children are settled. I always think that the UK is a microcosm of weather and geography from the entire planet all packed on to these two small islands. It’s very beautiful – on a miniature scale 🙂

            • NibsSaid

              It sounds lovely. Plus, that new baby is so darling!

            • i-Betty

              Oo-er, did I give birth again by accident? I thought I was past all that!

            • NibsSaid

              Sorry, meant that royal one.

            • i-Betty

              Oh, bless you, you’re lovely 🙂

            • NibsSaid

              *You* are! ; )

            • NibsSaid

              Georgette? Or Martha?

            • Barbara Angel

              Wow, 30 homes and 10 schools…..glad to hear you’re one sane lady.

            • NibsSaid

              Ha ha, you guessed my ruin, i-Betty – can’t sleep at night. Will snooze later

      • TheHoleDoesNotExist

        We can help talk you down, Dodo. Have some fresh brewed coffee. Now, look at that wall. Oh no, wait. I need coffee.

        • DodoTheLaser

          Coffee beats Niacin everytime.

        • aquaclara

          Tea. It’s tea today, in honor of Hana. Also, I love tea.

          • TheHoleDoesNotExist

            Spearmint or Egyptian licorice then. I like tea, I love English teapots:)

        • joan nieman

          It’s the song that never ends…and it goes on and on my friend…

      • Barbara Angel

        Don’t do it please, or we’ll have to stage an intervention and have you ‘deprogrammed’ for your own good. Just send me alllllllllllllll your money, you’ll feel so much better and won’t have to join co$ if you ask nicely I’ll even abuse you for free…..

        • DodoTheLaser

          Tempting..

  • Still_On_Your_Side

    Very interesting interview with Hana Whitfield. I wonder how many of the Scientologists who harassed and followed the Whitfields are out of the church. Considering there are more ex-members than current members, with more leaving monthly, Miscavige must be increasingly paranoid. I doubt he is sending “YSCOHB” texts these days.

  • D.Y.G.

    Hana Whitfield wouldn’t know this since she’s of the non-American persuasion, but “D.B. Cooper” is probably, maybe, possibly an alias. 🙂

    • Peter

      D.B. Cooper was the name of that guy who hijacked a plane, got a ransom via threats to blow it up, then parachuted into history. Never been found. Google has about 749,000 hits on him.

      • D.Y.G.

        He bought a ticket with the alias “Dan Cooper”. Somebody in the media screwed it up and the name D.B. Cooper stuck.

        • pronoia

          I bet that the spooks were NOT scientologists — rather they were hired PIs, and British PIs at that. And using that name would be representative of British humor. In other words “You’ll never find me!”

    • Once_Born

      The truth about this mystery is revealed here… http://xkcd.com/1400/

      • Jimmy3

        I’ve always believed that he landed safely, but some bears jumped him and ate him along with all of the delicious money. Bears love money.

        • NibsSaid

          But bears don’t dig on dancin’

        • Missionary Kid

          They don’t love it as much as $cientology does.

          • joan nieman

            I have been reading the blog every day but have some how messed up my computer. I am trying to post this to see if I can finally get back here.

            • joan nieman

              Yeah! It works!! Good to be back.

        • D.Y.G.

          That sounds much nicer than the theory that he went splat.

  • Observer

    Poor naive mind-bound Theta Girl, living in Opposite Land. Your chirch denies “honest beings” their rights, tearing their families apart and perpetrating fair game atrocities on them, attempting to destroy them utterly just as your guru directed. It will use you up and throw you on the trash heap. Get out now–it’s a trap and a con and a bridge to total ruin!

    • DodoTheLaser

      You had to ruin it like that with harsh reality, eh? Why, why?!

      • Observer

        It gave me a sad. She looks like she’s been beaten down but is still trying to please her abusive master.

        • Barbara Angel

          Sing for your ‘beans and rice’ or it’s the RPF for you, young lady.
          Shame tho’ as she hit certain notes quite nicely.

          • richelieu jr

            Just like that blonde kid who sang ‘Tomorrow Belongs to Me’ so nicely in the BierGarten in ‘Cabaret’…

        • DodoTheLaser

          It gave me a sad too. Because she’s a true believer, a wonderful soul and set up for a major, soul crushing disappointment. And so it goes.

          • MaxSpaceman

            You’re a soul survivor, dt Laser. So she may be someday. Here’s hoping.

        • TheHoleDoesNotExist

          That girl is not right in the head. I hope she has family and/or friends that are not members who will see this and get her some help.

          This reminds me of that scientologist, Barbara, who went missing and after a lot of noise was made, she turned up in Tennessee where there was one of those scientology small “camps” for Type 3 – not right in the head – Can’t remember her last name now.

          There was a few minute video of her singing, much like Aimeeee in today’s video. A scientologist made the video to prove she was just fine which shows how off His mental state was. It only proved that she needed real help. gahhh

          • NOLAGirl

            Was that Barbara Cordova? Not sure if that’s the right spelling.

            I still think about her from time to time since Tony’s report on her being missing.

            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              Yes! Barbara Cordova Oliver – She was the face of scientology’s front group, Artists For a Better World. I can’t find that video now that I mentioned. But here is Tony’s report:
              http://tonyortega.org/2014/01/21/where-is-scientology-keeping-barbara-cordova-oliver/

            • NOLAGirl

              I remember even Tony seemed upset that day. He jumped someones ass in the comments, don’t remember who but wow, that was a heavy day.

          • Mighty Korgo of Teegeeack

            She’ll eventually leave. I just hope she doesn’t reach the auditing level of “drained” before she makes here escape.

            “The aim of Sci-en-tol-o-gy…
            Is exactly what is seems to be…
            The aim of Sci-en-tol-o-gy…
            Is take all your mon-eee-eeee….
            And give it to Day-Veeeeee….
            And leave you with stupidity…

            But they don’t tell you that when you walk in or you’d never take a course!

            • richelieu jr

              The course is a course came from Source, of course,
              and nobody questions the Source of course
              Unless, of course, that Source, of course,
              Because the Famous L Ron’s dead!

            • Mighty Korgo of Teegeeack

              That’s a riot!!

            • richelieu jr

              Thanks, Korgo. You’re the only one who understands me, it seems!

            • Mighty Korgo of Teegeeack

              I actually wrote a much longer comment about the hilarity of your statement but when putting my identity into disqus, the comment was eliminated. It was about midnight and I wanted to go to bed so I just wrote down that the ’60s sitcom based comment was a riot.

              It has struck me that Hubbard was Clear 54 and now he is off spreading Scientology throughout the gulAxy. I think the appropriate sitcom theme is “Clear 54 Where are You?”. Someone on Mark Bunkers site took a whack at this this a year or so ago and got it down perfectly. I would search it while at this site but I am visiting a friend and can’t figure out how to do that on his computer. I am going to send this then search it. If I find it I will put it up.

              All the best.

            • richelieu jr

              Thanks, man!

              I LOVE the ‘Clear 54’ idea!

          • Ms. B. Haven

            You have to admit, that girl has her TRs in. She has the infamous 1000 yard stare down pat. Until that lets up a bit, she’s a goner.

            • Bryce Byerley

              good lord…you are right. She blinked exactly three times during that entire video. That is unnerving.

            • richelieu jr

              I know, right! It was as if he could see into my very soul (which was also laughing and mocking her).

        • Richard Grant

          Well the lyrics are a little creepy.

          “…where honest beings have rights.” (Apparently there is another class of beings who have none.)

          “Your help is acceptable to us.” (And lucky for you, because you don’t want to fall into our disfavor.)

          Honestly this feels like a throwback to the Flower Child era, when a lot of these doe-eyed innocents were lured in to the local org and shortly disabused of their illusions about peace love & understanding. I seem to remember a Chick Corea album — was it “Return to Forever”? — with psychedelic cover art and a dedication to L. Ron Hubbard, mankind’s greatest friend, right alongside a Carlos Santana album dedicated to his holiness Sri Chinmoy. It was easy enough in those days to mistake Scientology for another one of the exciting new spiritual movements popping up left and right.

          To see this still happening in 2014 is sad and disturbing and also somewhat incredible.

          • Observer

            No argument there. It’s creepy to start with, but her whipped-puppy demeanor makes it even more so. It’s tragicreepy.

            • NibsSaid

              She’s “Slavegirl”

          • pronoia

            IANAFS but I am pretty sure the lyrics are verbatim straight out of KSW (Keeping scientology working). At any rate, they sounded very LRonish.

            • pluvo

              “The aims of Scientology: A civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have rights, and where man is
              free to rise to greater heights, are the aims of Scientology.”

              This is verbal from Hubbard (before KSW). It’s one of the first slogans you get to read
              when you are sucked in (as well as ‘The Creed of the Church of Scientology*);
              and who would not agree with such honorable aims? And with the love bombing and
              the ‘live improvement’ aspect you are prone to let your guard down (especially
              before there was all the info on the Internet).

              But what you mostly get when you are in long enough is the opposite – what all the reports of the abuses and the craziness which happen in the cult show.

              * “We of the Church believe …That all men have inalienable rights to think freely, to talk freely, to write freely their own opinions and to counter or utter or write upon the opinions of others”

              Yeah, right!

            • pronoia

              Thank you for the clarification! Very optimistic on her part — to believe that this sort of thing will work in this day and age — because I would bet that she has never known anything other than scientology.

              I know that one place I remember hearing much of this kind of verbiage was the famous Tom Cruise Scientology Freedom Medal production and he also mentioned in it something about KSW etc. It has been a long time since I have heard it but I do remember a few key phrases!

            • pluvo

              I don’t know if you know that ‘KSW’ is a ‘policy letter’ which among other things lists ten points of “Keeping Scientology Working”. It has to be studied first at EVERY course in Scientology – every time anew. If you are under an (in-) ‘justice action’ you get nearly always accused of having violated some of the points of ‘KSW’ parallel to all the other ‘crimes’ you have committed.

            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              KSW is the Ministry of Truth, Peace, Plenty and Love all roled into one big fat thought crime policy.

            • pluvo

              Thought crime – absolutely. And the RTC Reps, CMO, Security and the personnel of the ‘ethics’ department acting as the ‘Thought Police’.
              I read “1984” when I was some years in the SO and startled to see parallels. The cognitive dissonance was taking its toll and when I was later on the ‘routing out’-ordeal, I was mentally stricken (and nobody to confide in) but instinctively acting ‘normal’ to protect myself. When I was out then, I was mentally very exhausted and emotionally frozen, struggling to get my equilibrium back and to adjusted to the real world again. It’s frighteningly close to ‘1984’.

            • Mark Foster

              Hope you are rested and thawed…and that life is much better for you now!

            • pluvo

              Tks, Mark. Yes, I’m ok and I ‘thawed’ 🙂 – it’s already some years ago .

            • richelieu jr

              Try reading ‘A Scanner Darkly’ by Phillip K Dick now….

              Then you might try ‘The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch, which concern a new religion being brought by a billionaire who was presumed lost in space but has returned as a messiah, promising all sorts of things if you’ll just eat his new psychedelics…

            • richelieu jr

              Don’t worry, pronoia– a few more years of honest effort and you’ll, even forget them…..

            • richelieu jr

              “We of the ‘Church’ believe …That all men have inalienable rights to think
              freely, to talk freely, to write freely their own opinions and to
              counter or utter or write upon the opinions of others… as long as they stay IN THEIR BRIEFS. All women, as long as they a
              re wearing men’s briefs, are invited to only speak if they’re spoken to.”

            • Missionary Kid

              FS.

            • pronoia

              Former scientologist

            • Missionary Kid

              Thanks.

    • pluvo

      The ‘Theta Girl’ appears as deep down having doubts and as if she is trying to convince herself with singing/chanting (‘whistling in the dark’?) ‘The aims of Scientology’ and to deal somehow with the cognitive dissonance …burying her head in the sand.

      I recommend Chris Shelton’s latest article “Come on In, the Sand is Fine!“
      http://mncriticalthinking.com/

      • Sidney18511

        I’m sure she had a great big glass of koolaid at hand to keep that singing voice holding the propaganda line. Poor thing.

      • chuckbeattyexseaorg75to03

        Scientology needs Kirstie Alley and John Travolta to run a yearly contest of amateur Scientology talent, “International Association of Scientology Idol” contest!

        Held at CC Int, with gala interest, a whole way of thinking “BIG” to promote future talent to become future star disseminators of Scientology!!!!

        I really wanted to be in Exec Strata and dream up things like this! I’m sure LRH would approve of such a contest, he liked Writers of the Future no end!

        • Missionary Kid

          I read that as “International Association of Scientology Idiots” the first time.

        • Anonymous

          Scientology Celebrity Atrocity Deniers.

      • chuckbeattyexseaorg75to03

        Or even be completely standard, and straightwire yourself Self Analysis book by LRH style, and rehab yourself to your first doubt moment about Scientology, fully regain that ability to quit, and then apply Hubbard’s Keeping Scientology Working policy number 1’s adament statement by Hubbard which says let the quitters quit fast! And announce you’ve regained your ability to recall your first doubts, and are now doing what Ron said, and you wish to “Quit Fast!”

    • I have a new Sea Org uniform for her in my office.

      wink wink, notch notch -Ron

  • NOLAGirl

    For anyone who may have missed this from Tony’s Twitter feed or the late night Bunker. It’s lulzy. Gotta love Marc Headley.

    http://forums.whyweprotest.net/threads/drunk-scilons-in-burbank-throw-down-with-bfg.119684/

    • TheHoleDoesNotExist

      I just read Marc’s Knowledge Report to RTC. Can you imagine this kind of comedy gold at Gold? Me neither. Jimbo and Tait will be ethics bait by now.

      • NOLAGirl

        The return address made me full-on coffee spew. 😀

        Thursday July 24, 2014
        REPORTS OFF RTC
        Marc Headley
        1111 SP Lane
        Xenuwood, CA 90029
        United States

        • TheHoleDoesNotExist

          Hah! I missed that. Thanks.

          • Sidney18511

            Anyone know the website for filling out online knowledge reports?

        • pronoia

          1111 seems to refer to the IRS which is 1111 Constitution Ave. Or it is just a coincidence.

      • aquaclara

        This has to be one of the best if not the best, jokes played on the cult ever. Confronting and shattering Marc (and Jason) for the win!

        • TheHoleDoesNotExist

          Honestly, if Marc had his own reality/comedy show, I’d go back to cable TV Just for that.

    • D.Y.G.

      Took me a minute to get that the guy’s name wasn’t actually “Taint”.

      • NOLAGirl

        I hope he does Google Mark, then gets the hell out. Oh, and Jason Beghe for the WIN!! 🙂

        “Are you aware of the irreparable damage he’s done to the church?”

        Hehehehe!! We SURE are.

        • Richard Grant

          It’s interesting that “irreparable damage” is the phrase that popped up. This sounds quite different from the official “Karen Pouw” line, which would presumably dismiss Beghe as a second-rate actor with a history of violent behavior, far too inconsequential to be of interest to the mighty Church. In vino veritas?

          • NibsSaid

            Indeed, RG.

          • NOLAGirl

            I have no doubt that Jason’s success is killing the Littlest Criminal, and it’s not going to get any better for Wee Davey. Jason was riveting in the first season of his new show.

            I follow the writers on Twitter and they’ve been dropping little hints that the most recent script read through’s are going really well and they’re very proud of what they’re about to put on TV for Season 2.

          • Maybe they should word clear irreparable?

      • Spackle Motion

        I thought the same thing, but eventually I decided that his name is actually Taint.

        • VargasZiegfeld

          Good one, SM

    • Observer

      omg, that is hilarious!

    • Marc should get a t-shirt to save time:

      • rom661

        I feel stupid but I don’t get it…

        • NibsSaid

          It’s a bar code to his website, right, guys? (I have no technical skills whatever; this is a guess, sorry.)

          • It’s a QR code shortcut to Google Marc Headley. Point your iPhone or Android camera at it and it’ll pick up the link.

            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              I was seriously afraid it was a code for Google my dick:)

            • stillgrace2

              All right … that has to be a new bunker meme: “Google my dick!” or is it “Hearsay my dick?” I plan to use it when somewhat appropriate and so I establish Marc Headley and NolaGirl as source.

            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              And now I can source You for “Hearsay My Dick”. Now There’s a meme for Obs.

    • Free Minds, Free Hearts

      What a great story, thanks, I had missed it!

      • TheHoleDoesNotExist

        Tony has it up there on the left hand side panel.

        • Free Minds, Free Hearts

          I really need to pay more attention to the whole screen, thanks.

    • Sherbet

      Oh, gosh, I laughed my head off. I’m so glad neither Marc nor Claire Headley escaped scientology without bringing his/her sense of humor.

  • Narapoid

    Theta girl”s song is what her heart believed this cult to be about. Poor, sweet naive thing. I wonder where she’s RPFing now?

  • TheHoleDoesNotExist

    There really should a corroborated effort to put together a little manual for such things as, “How to spot if scientology’s Inspector Lemon is still stalking you.” Kidding of course, or am I?

    http://i.imgur.com/XxMJ0l5.jpg?1

    • flexible

      Hole, it wasn’t inspector Lemon who was stalking Hana if I read correctly … Inspectors had been called by the stalkers. Hana explained to the officers what was going on and Inspector Lemon confronted the stalkers.

      • Peter

        That is correct.

        • flexible

          Thanks for checking Peter. You’re so thorough lol

      • TheHoleDoesNotExist

        Oh thanks. I was beginning to wonder why no one else who’s been Fair Gamed has mentioned lemons. I’ve had some used cars that were lemons, and none of the stalking cars parked around my house were lemons or even yellow. I claim Bunkering before enough coffee 🙂

  • NOLAGirl

    Theta Girl has a pretty voice it’s too bad SHE NEVER FUCKING BLINKS!!

    What is it with these people? They must get headaches a lot.

    • Barbara Angel

      Kool-Aid does it every time

      • pronoia

        Actually it would be the TRs

    • TheHoleDoesNotExist

      It’s one of the symptoms of any number of mental disorders under the subcategory of Dissasociative Disorders.

  • aquaclara

    This is a great interview with Hana. She seems like a lovely person, with many more stories yet to tell. I’m fascinated by the interventions work she did, and would love to hear more about this. The harassment, filming and being trailed by four people for all that time-it’s just awful. She lists names-does anyone know where they are now?

    Hana seems like the type of person that wouldn’t be flustered by much,but how dare this damn cult treat her that way. Thank you for the lovely interview.

    • i-Betty

      Anonymous recorded a long interview with Hana (split over 6 videos) when she and her husband visited Hamburg and it’s excellent. Here’s a link to all 6 vids:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wGwsbwqNb8&list=PL8D9A1AB2AECA8E10

      • NOLAGirl

        These vids are the first ones I saw of her and I was horrified by her story. I just wanted to hug her.

        • i-Betty

          Me, too, Nolly 🙁

      • aquaclara

        Thanks so much for the link-I’m looking forward to watching these.

        • NOLAGirl

          Oh Aqua, have a few tissues handy.

          • aquaclara

            Aah, thanks for the warning. Damn cult. I swear, if it weren’t for our legal doc days and the occasional Headley having fun teasing Misbabbage, we would all have an eternal case of the weeps.

            • NibsSaid

              Agreed, Aqua.

            • NOLAGirl

              I was thinking about saying something about that yesterday and just got too busy. The amazing combined humor here is priceless. Without all the delicious snark and gales of laughter, this entire thing would be so somber and depressing. We’re very lucky to have such a wonderful group of funny, intelligent people here.

      • Todd Tomorrow

        She is a hero! Rescuing people from the,”raw meat” cult.

      • stillgrace2

        Thanks, i-Betty. After the above WBM’s clip, I wanted more Hana, and now … here it is!

      • D.Y.G.

        This is why I don’t cut the indies any slack. Hubbard was a depraved, sadistic motherfucker from the get-go. Any person who can’t or won’t see this information, repeated over and over again by so many people, is willfully ignorant. His made-up and stolen “tech” is and will always be tainted by the man himself.

      • Free Minds, Free Hearts

        Oh. My. God. This is a horrifying set of tapes. These should be required viewing. In tape 4 she is talking about dead babies, unattended in the nursery in Clearwater, and the deaths were never reported to the police or investigated. This makes me so sad.

    • flexible

      Hana is the person who helped me make my final decision to leave. She actually left before me in 1981/82 (unless she went back and didn’t actually fully leave until 1984.. dunno about that). In my eyes, the fact that Hana was leaving validated all of my thoughts and realizations about what was happening to the Church..what it really had always been and would continue to be.. only worse, and why I was so eager to escape. She was an Icon and dear friend whom I held in the highest esteem then and still do today. She has helped many, many people and is as tough as they come. In silk. lol

      • aquaclara

        Wow. Wow. Wow.
        Glad you’re out, flex.

        • flexible

          Thanks aqua…been out for a LONG time. Just as this newest insanity was beginning. All or most of the old timers who were highly trained and close to LRH were declared. Of course.

      • Sidney18511

        As tough as they come. In silk. Love it! Just love it!

  • When I read my LinkIn mail this morning, I couldn’t help but think of Davie.
    Micromanagers: Flushing Companies Down the Toilet, One Detail at a Time

    • NibsSaid

      “. . . a sustained profile of hysterics and frustration.” Perfect description of the criminal cult.

  • RBE

    Entheta of the day:

    The aims of Scientolo-geee,
    Bank accounts, we’ll give you the third degree
    Civilisation under lock and key

    Where the able can’t prosper,
    And no one has rights,
    Where the able can’t prosper,
    And no one has rights,

    The aims of Scientolo-geee,
    Independent thought, your case supervisor abhors
    Humanitarian saboteurs

  • Dibythesea

    “Random theta of the day” is already blocked/deleted!

    • Ah, I thought the black rectangle was supposed to symbolize something.

      • Mighty Korgo of Teegeeack

        Maybe the colour and shape of her soul.

        • joan nieman

          Ha ha!

    • Jimmy3

      No it’s not.

      • Dibythesea

        There was no play button for me earlier but it is back now. I saw this video/song a couple of days ago. Very weird!
        I guess I have to use my computer instead of my iPad for certain videos

  • Bury_The_Nuts

    I really don’t know what the hell that was either.

  • Mighty Korgo of Teegeeack

    I am sad to hear Hana Whitfield’s story. For anyone who thinks that all the bad is from Davey, it sounds like Hana was subjected to a 100% standard tech right out of Hubbard’s playbook. People on the inside would have thought their “donations” were well spent doing a noisy investigation on a suppressive.

    As for The Aims of Scientology Sweetheart, she is trying to match enthusiasm with all the other nincompoops down at the org. Too bad. I was once as dumb as that, maybe dumber. Thank goodness the internet didn’t exist back then. Who knows what idiocy I could have committed?

    I played thirty seconds of her song then went to take a bath. I found out that it was on endless loop and found myself unable to ignore the quiet song in the background and relax. I had to cut the bath short. That’s life. Playing that could probably stop a group of picketers in their tracks, get them to throw down their signs and burn their masks. It could replay in their minds for weeks thereafter.

    • Bob

      Scamatology preys on the idealism present in many young people. On paper it looks good to them. In practice it is hypocrisy to the nth degree. Exploiting artists and the young is one of Hubbards and in turn David Misstopolice’s greatest crimes. The conversion of humans into Sciebots by Seaborgs is sickening. It will continue until Corp. Scuzzatology is exposed fully for its criminal activities. That means all major networks and cable news channels at once. As Tori says “tick tock, tick tock…….”

      • NibsSaid

        “. . . all major networks and cable news channels at once.” Cannot wait for that day!

        • Bob

          I think it will be a ratings bonanza. And who will the main expert journalist they all interview? I have no idea. Oh yeah, whose webpage am I on by the way?

          • NibsSaid

            Tony can be to the Scientology Shut-Down what Greta van Susteren was to the OJ Simpson case! Oh, wait, maybe not . . .

            • Bob

              I think Tony gets credit not only as a whistle blower but as an honest journalist who has helped umpteen people deprogam and disassociate from the cult.

            • NibsSaid

              Wholeheartedly agree, Bob — the above was my lame attempt at a joke. Not enough coffee . . .

      • Mighty Korgo of Teegeeack

        In the Mafia bad people do terrible things.
        In the Hell’s Angels bad people do terrible things.
        In Scientology good people do terrible things.

        As for me, hey, I was a student AND an artist. Of course, that was a long time ago.

      • MaxSpaceman

        F*ck yes. “The conversion of humans into Sciebots by Seaborgs is sickening.”

        • Bob

          Those Startrek episodes are so scary but in fact happen everyday in iDevious Orgs around the planet. Thank goodness for Captain Tony and Commander Rinder shining the light of truth on evil Seaborgs everywhere including the top Borg: DeeVous MaosKavian.

  • pronoia

    Is that a selfie? Very very sad. I hope she finds her way out and becomes able to follow her real dream which is obviously to sing. There are so many wonderful choruses she could audition for if she wasn’t trapped on staff somewhere.

  • Goold old Hanah just needs to come back in and we will sort this mess out.

    -Ron

    • Sherbet

      You omitted the caption to this photo. It says: “Blah, blah, blah, bullshit, crapola, nonsense, ideas I pulled out of my rear end, blah, blah, outer space wars, truthy truthiness, blah, blah, insanity, and so forth.”

    • Pretty scary how nothing inside his lips is illuminated in the photo. Then again, it’s probably just as well.

      • Sherbet

        Yes, we can’t see his forked tongue at all.

        • joan nieman

          Oh Sherbet…that is a good one!

          • Sherbet

            Thank you, Joan!

        • I think it’s been edited out, along with his teeth.

          • Sherbet

            They didn’t want the public to catch a glimpse of either.

    • flexible

      lolol.. omg….throws me right back… lordy.. I looked at this photo several times and then just thought… ” wow…does he look stoned or drunk or what!” I mean… look at his eyes. Sure has a nice manicure..nails are a tad long for a dude.probly scotch in the glass.. or rum and coke…

  • Silence of the Clams

    Theta-girl….

    This girl may represent the worst humanity has to offer. Why? Because I bet you she is a wonderful person who deeply wishes to make an impact on the world. She has likely eschewed the trapping of modern existence in the hopes of getting in touch with something deeper, something spiritual. I bet she is the first to volunteer to help others. She is probably a good organizer. I bet you she is loved by others. Her heart is filled with the joy of possibility and the future before her.

    So, with all of this going for her – and just like millions of others before her – she hasn’t taken the time to tap into her cognitive capabilities and do a minimal amount of research into her religion or get or ask some basic questions. It’s too late. Even if we tell her about disconnection, Xenu and fair game policies, she is drunk on the Kool aid.

    Theta-Girl is really the type of person we need in our world. But it frustrates the crap out of me that people like her, who seem so gung-ho to make a difference and actually do something about it seem to consistently fall into these groups/cults. I don’t want to say its because they are weak minded, because if think what they do can require great strength. But holy hell already, if you don’t know scientology is a cult, a criminal operation and ultimately a destroyer of families….you’re an idiot. Sorry theta-girl.

    Oh….and fuck you Deav!

    • HillieOnTheBeach

      “So, with all of this going for her – and just like millions of others
      before her – she hasn’t taken the time to tap into her cognitive
      capabilities and do a minimal amount of research into her religion or
      get or ask some basic questions.”

      I’d describe it as a low functioning nonsense filter: can’t/won’t question anything contrary to what she wants to hear and can’t figure out boundaries where too much is too much.

    • Free Minds, Free Hearts

      BasketballJane commented above that she trained with her in 1996. Junai Ten Bokkel-Meijer, Amsterdam, a painter with a FaceBook page. Scientology completions shows several “lectures courses” in London in 2008.

  • Mark

    Don’t call us, we’ll call you… (refresh):

    • NibsSaid

      Like a train wreck . . . I can’t look away. Very creative, my friend.

    • Sherbet

      All together now, sing: “He’s the Hubbard Flubbard Bungle Boy, from Scam-Ology”

      • Mark

        Snortle!

        • Sherbet

          If I can get an amused snortle out of you, Mark, then my job here is finished.

        • Sherbet

          Good one, Mark. And thanks for THAT earworm.

    • TheHoleDoesNotExist

      oh my god I’ve seen it all now

    • richelieu jr

      Hell Belles(!)

      They look like the Singing Ghaddhaffis!

  • 0tessa

    After viewing the singing girl, my internet explorer shut down, because of some security alert.
    Something weird going on?

    • i-Betty

      Space cooties in your onboard fan?

    • NOLAGirl

      Evil Psychs?

    • Ineedcaffeinenow

      Too much theta overwhelming your computer?

  • BosonStark

    Theta-girl is probably typical of young people in Scientology. She lives in an idealistic fantasy, and probably aspires to a career in movies or as a Broadway star, or at least wants to help clear the planet and fight the evil psychs. Unless her parents are whales, rather than clearing the planet, she’s more likely to end up clearing grease traps in the Sea Argh.

    However, maybe she’ll discover some entheta on the Internet and the truth will set her free. It’s a different world now, and many a young Scientologist is going to come face to face with the expanded possibilities of information access and communication.

    I find it encouraging that she put her video on the Web. She’s halfway there. All clams should think up a theta song and sing it out to the planet. Even if they aren’t the next Bieberclam, making such a public display of one’s feelings opens possibilities.

    • pronoia

      It is posted on the russian rutube. Which leads me to speculate that someone of the Black Rob persuasion took it from her Facebook page and then reposted it. She probably has no idea….

      • BosonStark

        Facebook is a start. In the cult, this probably constitutes verbal tech and could warrant some security checking. I don’t think those lyrics were approved by Mr. Miscabitch.

  • What a lovely singing young lady, that pulls on the old heartstrings, I ll have her run my bath as a reward.

    -Ron

    • NOLAGirl

      Poor Ron. You won’t survive today’s women. We keep shows like Deadly Women and CSI going. And we all have at least one friend who will never tell where we hid your corpse.

      ML

    • Observer

      Don’t be stingy with your favors–have her massage your feet too!

      • Good Idea I’ll bet you can give a mighty good footrub too hun.

        -Ron

        • Observer

          *pic*

          • joan nieman

            OBS! You are so quick-witted with your shoops.

            • Observer

              This isn’t a shoop–it’s all-natural random internet baby!

            • stillgrace2

              … whose mother just informed him she only has the old-fashioned kind of thermometer.

            • Observer

              I’d rather be subjected to a rectal thermometer than rub Ron’s hooves. *shudder*

  • Todd Tomorrow

    Am I imagining things or did an alien bug fly over the lovely singer’s head about half way through?

  • Mary_McConnell

    Re:Your random theta of the day

    I almost choked on my coffee listening to that one! I wonder if they will bust her for copyright infringement, lol!

  • Elendira

    well that filled my creepy meter for the day. Nothing like the juxtaposition between the lyrics, and the dead expression on her face. Additionally, nothing like the lyric: “belong to a honest beings that have rights,” implying that there are definitely other “beings” that do not deserve to have rights at all. Nice — cause Fuck human rights, those are so passé and nothing says mind control such as keep repeating “sanctioned” as in permitted.
    ++EDIT++ I finally figured out what else threw me. Theta girl doesn’t blink the entire video — should be called zombie girl.

  • rom661

    Wow. The girl singing makes me want to sign up. Anything that could inspire something that insipid must be truly special. It is, of course.

    • Missionary Kid

      She’s got her own special pronouncement for “civi-ee-sation.”

      • Ruby

        From the same language that uses the word guLAXy.

        • Missionary Kid

          Exactly.

    • D.Y.G.

      Only if by “special” you actually mean “retarded”.

    • Mooser

      I think it would help if she took off her shirt. And turned the phone the right way.

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  • Jimmy3

    My first thought upon hearing the song: it sounds like she is advocating for some form of eugenics. Because in this fairy tale, only the “able” will prosper and be “able” enough to live in the great civilly-zay-shun they have envisioned. Because this is not a “religion” that will even attempt to help you if you have any disability. If you are handicapped, your income potential is probably not “ideal” enough for the most ethical people on the planet. Scientology is only here to help the able manage their personal finances become more able.

  • Toni m

    Affidavit of Hana
    Eltringham Whitfield (8 March 1994)

    14. I then began a long recovery, searching
    for answers as to why I joined Scientology and gave it twenty years of my life only to end up suicidal and in chronic ill health.
    […]

    53. I experienced this in 1968, when both the “Avon
    River,” the ship I captained at the time, and the “Royal Scotman,”
    Hubbard’s Flag ship, were in Bizerte, Tunis, in North Africa. Two Sea
    Org Officers and I spoke on the dock one evening. They were both flying
    out the next day to Los Angeles, on a Hubbard assignment. They told me that Hubbard ordered them to shoot up Jack Horner, who lived in Los
    Angeles, a suppressive person whom Hubbard had personally declared some years
    earlier. Both men had hand guns and would travel with them. They left …
    and then returned some weeks later. After their debrief they told me
    that Horner had indeed been shot at multiple times, while he and his
    family were in their home one evening. Fortunately, no one had been
    hurt. […]

    147. An example of this occurred in the early
    1980s at the HQ in Clearwater, Florida. A painter from New York
    was at the HQ getting auditing. While he was in session one
    day, his small child, under the supervision of a nanny, fell
    into the pool in the garden and drowned. The painter was
    told about the tragedy after his session. He was shattered.
    Instead of an investigation being held into how and why the
    young child fell into the pool and why it was left there long
    enough to drown, the only action that was taken with any of the
    people involved, was to put the father back into an auditing
    session immediately. He was then audited on what sins or
    transgressions he had done that caused his young child to drown.

    • MaxSpaceman

      Her recounting the child’s punishment in the chain locker on the ship is particularly terrifying.

  • chukicita

    I get the feeling English is not her first language. Neither is music. (Don’t quit your day job, honey)

    • joan nieman

      I guess that means you don’t want her for a back up singer at one of your gigs chukicita!

      • chukicita

        I have a great deal of respect for back vox, and I’m the last person in the world who should be critiquing anyone’s vocals. But seriously, if you’re going to put an a capella video on the intertubes, please have a discernible melody, hit notes and maybe hold back on the random key changes.

        • aquaclara

          and then there’s this tip, too: try not to pick a song that shows you’re completely clueless or heartless. Skip the culty-worship.

    • MaxSpaceman

      “Civily Sation.” New Civilization Builders.
      Definitely ESL individual.

      • chukicita

        I can’t make fun of her English – she could just as easily make fun of my Russian. I just want her to blink, she makes my eyes hurt.

  • whingeybingey

    Oh, my god, it’s on repeat! Somebody make it stop!!

    • Jimmy3

      I know, right? It’s interrupting all of our baths!

      • i-Betty

        Heh 😛

      • whingeybingey

        It’s interrupting my brain!

  • George Layton

    I want to see her sing a jazzed up version of the song.
    The aims of scientology

    To robotize humanity

    To tech away your sanity

    To bolster up your vanity

    To disconnect your family

    To turn them into an SP

    To turn to slaves all of the free

    To hide the truth for none to see

    To glorify its pope davey

    To create a shore story

    Of what happened to all your money

    That was used for attorney fee

  • chuckbeattyexseaorg75to03

    As regards the spontaneous, seems genuine, not a spoof, video by the lady, I view it as the local LRH Comm of the nearest Ideal Org would view it, a violation of Professionalism PL.

    LRH was a true professional, and his policy on Professionalism applies, and likely some org or mission cramming officer will tempted to cram their public on Professionalism in regards to their spontaneous local amateur stuff, or some LRH Comm post somewhere will cram this on this lady and whoever else let her do this.

    LRH only wants professional dissemination, I mean why else did he expect Golden Era Productions and the Int Dissem Org in LA to be doing what they are doing!

    Maybe this spontaneous stuff is being allowed or just not being noticed in all the flaps on Narconon and the other cases that rivet Miscavige’s attention away from his uber AVC hat he wears all the time as COB RTC overseeing everything!

    • Observer

      Indeed! Hubbard’s extreme level of professionalism and talent, and those of his followers, can be observed here:

      http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YGNHa8IH91k

      EDIT: seriously, this isn’t just Thank You For Listening. It’s a spoof ad for the entire album, and it is hilarious and awful.

      • HillieOnTheBeach

        Featuring synth effects Hubbard was impressed with invented.

      • pluvo

        It was very painful to listen to. I had a flashback into a time when it was played all the
        time (and we had to approve of it). It was so nauseating that I even automatically reversed the up vote – sorry Observer :D. But it showed me again that I was out of my mind at that time; quite depressing in retrospect.

      • Artoo45

        How did I miss this fabulous parody? I’ve known about TYFL for years, but the rest of it. Must. Find. Copy. Now.

      • jeff

        Ought I post A Horse With no Name in retaliation?

    • TheHoleDoesNotExist

      Spontaneous stuff, also known as free will activities of human beings. So obviously she’s not Sea Org.

    • Anonymous

      If your observation turns out to be true, it will be a dissonance causing moment for the young lady, as she is (apparently) genuinely trying to help and why would anyone resist such an effort…especially someone in authority from her own group?

      Realizing that the worst examples of bad Scientology PR are emanating from INSIDE the organization, not from “SP’s” outside the organization, is the Rubicon that must be crossed by those who ultimately blow.

    • Good show Chuck, good show.

      -Ron

  • Mary_McConnell

    Thank you, Hana. You have been an inspiration to me and many others for many years now. Maybe Marty will open up after listening to your gentle voice of reason.

  • CobGatYour$$

    She looks like she needs a shower, shampoo, meds ASAP! Oh, and a non damaged mind.

  • Qbird

    To Hana – a true Captain – an amazing person.

    I have conquered all my enemies, from land and o’er the sea. But you my dearest, you love… your beauty has conquered me.

    To drown out ‘theta’ girl’s sad song ~ a capella: ‘Foreign Lander’

    http://youtu.be/3zsPJjxzATc

    • VargasZiegfeld

      Thank you for the beautiful song, Bird — love how they attained maximum acoustic benefit in the little concrete alcove.
      Also loving the new avatar, btw

    • TheHoleDoesNotExist

      Beautiful. All they need is a few thousand egg cartons and they’re good to go. Low tech works and there’s no wires to trip over.

  • Oh god, OH GOD NO…IT’S A VERTICAL VIDEO

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bt9zSfinwFA#t=33

    • One of the most horrifying things a Scientologist has ever done.

  • I feel so bad for Hana and others that have been through campaigns like this. It must feel vindicating for people who have had to suffer through campaigns like these to see Marty Rathbun’s squirrel buster videos exposing such a campaign, and to be able to hear the stories of so many others that are speaking up.

    I’m wondering, would Scientology still be able to monkey with people’s bank accounts and plane tickets in a post-9/11 world?

    • TheHoleDoesNotExist

      Plane tickets, yep. They do to this day. And from there they get other info, like your current phone number. It especially helps if you are registered for rapid rewards or any airlines reward system.

  • Truthiwant

    On planet earth, music is written in what are called keys. A piece of music starts in a tonality, or key, and ends in that same key, like C major or G major or E minor.

    Our friend, who looks like she has just finished scrubbing down the local Org, starts in a slightly flat A major but ends her silly song a tone higher, in B major. Maybe Theta music doesn’t need keys, but to my wog ears, it just sounds annoyingly out of tune.

    • Observer

      She is a graduate of the Arp Cola School of Performing Arts.

    • Mark Foster

      spontaneous modulation caused by a body thetan in the throat…

      • MaxSpaceman

        and a cluster impeding her breathing from her diaphram…

      • flexible

        snort.. lololol

    • Espiando

      One of the salient elements of schlager and other forms of MOR pop music is the key change near the end. In other words, most of the song is in one dominant key, then for the final chorus or final verse and chorus, the song changes dominant key to instill a little more drive and drama and end on a powerful note (no pun intended). For examples of great schlager-style key changes, have a listen to Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ On A Prayer” or Boy Meets Girl’s “Waiting For A Star To Fall”.

      • Truthiwant

        These are examples you give of proper modulation of key and harmony for an effect. Miss. SadSciSinger simply sings out of tune and can’t keep to her original tonality.

        • Espiando

          Correct. The key change in schlager/MOR pop is usually a third or a fifth above the original main key, properly modulated. There are exceptions to this that work in popular music, of course. Look at the key change in the Beach Boys’ “Dance Dance Dance”: very sudden, not modulated, not very harmonic, but damn, it throws the song into another gear.

          This bitch, however, comes from a country whose only successful pop artist was Golden Earring, and is thus not familiar with the concept of tonality.

    • Innoculated

      Maybe if she had had a normal childhood instead of growing up in Scientology, she could have pursued her own dreams, one of which may have been to be a singer (voice lessons, music school…).

  • Spackle Motion

    Funny how Rinder is quick to provide his defense when he clearly did not participate/orchestrate harassment but shuts up quicker than a threatened clam shell when anyone discusses his cult handiwork. The 2010 John Sweeney interview is a prime example. “Under my purview” was his response when asked about his direct involvement in Sweeney’s harassment. What utter bullshit he spews.

    Don’t get me wrong – I appreciate and applaud his efforts out of the cult, but come on……both Rinder and Rathbun do not help their cause by being squirrely when confronted with their own past actions.

    • Espiando

      There is this thing called “statute of limitations”. There’s also this thing called “saving your own ass”. I don’t blame him at all for worrying about the first and doing the second. It’s what I would do in his position.

      • Spackle Motion

        I think we are well beyond a SoL discussion and that wasn’t part of my comment.

        Yes, they are crafty/shifty due to self preservation but this stance doesn’t help bolster their credibility when they are off providing sworn declarations in various lawsuits.

    • And Rinder’s involvement, if any, in the Lisa McPherson murder. And other bizarre murders which the crime syndicate called “suicide” at the Fort Homicide Hotel.

  • Shannon#1

    Turn the phone sideways? No, turn it off! I made it through 18 seconds.

  • God bless Hana. It says something about the sanity of critics – and the insanity of the cult and Hubbard and Miscavige – that none of these shithead PI’s didn’t get their stupid brains blown out. And the biggest joke of Elwrong was that he desperately wanted to be the Antichrist, wanted to be Satan, wanted to be anyone with great power over others – anyone but his own measly little cinder of a self.

  • nottrue

    Does she look brainwashed to you John…………

  • Observer

    Finally got to watch Hana’s video. I want to make Theta Girl watch it so she can see the crimes committed by her no doubt beloved COB against genuinely honest beings at the behest of Sainted Source Tainted Souse.

  • Captain Howdy

    Wow, Hanna’s still hot for whatever age she is.

  • Pierrot
  • Jonathan Cummings

    Not one of the catchiest tunes I have heard from a Clam. Poor girl does not realize that Scientology itself is insanity and that it’s only aim is to detach money from as many beings on the planet as possible to pay for it’s growing legal bills, beautiful empty buildings, and keeping it’s Itsy-Bitsy Teensy-Weensy Yellow Skinned (from the liver damage due to heavy scotch intake) Leader living a life of luxury. Tick Tock

  • BosonStark

    It’d be bad enough having one PI following you around, but to have this team of them doing it must have been very unsettling. Scientology never should have gotten tax exemption, exactly because of things like this.

  • Camilla Andersson

    Wow Hana, I had no idea, not that I really would as I was in the Church until less than 2 years ago.. Are you the same person as Hana Eldringham? Are you originally from SA? Sorry for being personal, I am fitting you into my own time-knowledge from my time at the Gold-Base.

    • Observer

      I’m not sure if she reads here, so I’ll answer: yes, she’s the same Hana.

    • flexible

      Camilla…That’s her. :0)

  • nottrue

    Not you again OSA….Fuck off or I am going to turn around and eat you……..

    • joan nieman

      Aw! I love crows. They are so witty and clever.

      • stillgrace2

        I scolded my son for braking for a crow last week. I then proceeded to prove to him over the next few days that it is impossible to run over a crow.

        • VickiStubing

          Keep trying 😀 You may get lucky one day.

  • Camilla Andersson

    I just saw your original name posted, missed that the first time. I never knew what happened, just that any early SO photos could not have you in it. You were in quite a few of the 1968/70 time period photos of RSM and Athena. Thank you for sharing your story, it settles a piece of my puzzles.

    • aquaclara

      I appreciated your story yesterday, Camilla. It was both heartbreaking and truthful. And it’s now on the record. Wow.
      Love seeing your happy pic here – that’s the best part of all.

    • Shamwari

      I agree with Aquaclara… so good to see your smiling face – full of life. Just wonderful. XXX

  • Basketballjane

    The “theta” girl in the video is Junai Meijer. She is on Facebook. I trained wih her at Glag in 1996 as part of he original GAT. She was crazy then and I guess has just ripened into an even crazier person now. Good to see she is sticking with the “I just showered” wet hairstyle.

    • Espiando

      I hope that the fact that she shares a last name with a large Midwestern chain of full-service grocery stores isn’t significant. I already have good reason to hate this company; having an heir as a Scilon is just another good reason to carpet-bomb Grand Rapids to rid the world of Meijer.

      • Basketballjane

        I have no idea. She is from the Netherlands and lives in Amsterdam. So the probability is very low.

        • Espiando

          Then we carpet-bomb Amsterdam. They lost their reason to exist when they decided to ban pot sales to tourists. Now this gives us a reason to scrub the place clean.

          • Sherbet

            Don’t scare the new person, Espi.

            • Espiando

              Jane’s not that new. She’s been over at Das Rinderblog for a while now, and her posts there have always been cool. In case you’re concerned, no, I don’t approve of carpet-bombing Amsterdam, mostly to save the Anne Frank House and the Night Watch. Grand Rapids, though, needs to be carpet-bombed, nao.

            • Sherbet

              Ohh…I didn’t know. I don’t visit Mike too often. (Grand Rapids, huh?)

            • Basketballjane

              Hahaha. Thanks Sherbet. I am not “new” per se. I post more on Marty and Mikes blogs than here. Grew up in Scientology and worked for the SO at Celebrity Centre International for 5 years and 3 glorious years on the RPF. So seen it all. Hit me up anytime if you have questions.

            • Sherbet

              Thanks, Jane. I’m a never-in, and I’ve learned volumes in the few years I’ve been following Tony Ortega.

            • MaxSpaceman

              It always amazes when I hear “3 years” on RPF. Such a huge amount of time. On prison detail. Within the North Korea-type bubble of $cientology. Glad you’re out and about Jane 🙂

            • aquaclara

              I was just thinking the same thing.
              3 years – that’s not how a person should be spending their life.
              How does someone stand it?

            • MaxSpaceman

              and 3 yrs is short. Heber and Leserve and Yaeger are going on 5-10 years. It is nearly impossible to imagine their accepting that degree of punishment.

            • Basketballjane

              You don’t stand it. You break. Mentally and physically in my case anyway. When I left I was practically crippled for life with two herniated discs in my spine, two cracked ribs, malnutrition, sleep deprivation, and a myriad of other physical problems, not to mention the PTSD that I deal with on a daily basis.

            • Shamwari

              There are no words! I pray you will find healing and much happiness… as I do for all the victims of this hideous organization. XXX

            • aquaclara

              I wish this had been the story at Chatuaqua, instead of that blathering idiot who tried to spitshine Hubbard’ s life into something acceptable to those who have little familiarity with Scientology.

              God bless you, sweetie. You have a story to tell.

            • Basketballjane

              Yeah the really sad news is I wasn’t even one of the longest. Not by a long shot. I knew a guy who got assigned when he was only 15, when I got there he had been on the RPF for 9 years. It is the Scientological equivalent of Auschwitz. Lots of abuse, mental and physical. Too many to count. Still recovering after all these years but speaking out helps.

            • MaxSpaceman

              Hope you feel like speaking out more here, Jane- you have much to contribute.

            • Basketballjane

              Thanks. I would love to share my whole story. It is a bit much. Really when I say it out loud sometimes even I don’t believe it. Especially when the people listening are crying. Then I think I am just an asshole for spreading this sadness. It is a catch 22 really. Is my relief from evil really more important than the sanity of those around me. I don’t want people to think I am potentially crazy or anything or to even feel bad for me. I just want people to know the evil that is Scientology. And to help to shut it down. I am willing to stand up and say the hard truths if that needs to be done.

            • aquaclara

              I hope you’ll share. Email Tony – his address is up top.

              And we’re good at managing the sads….there are enough shoopsters here to carry us through the day, combined with punny people and other interesting bits, like charts and graphs, links and more.

              You’re not crazy. The cult is.
              Wishing you much luck with your life outside.

            • TheHoleDoesNotExist

              Who are the punny people and are they related to the sock people?

            • aquaclara

              Aaah, that would be those who pun. Like those who shoop! (If the dress fits….)

              Such talented Bunkerites…..it is amazing.

            • Free Minds, Free Hearts

              Jane I would love it if you would feel comfortable sharing your story with Tony. I feel as though each “ex” is a precious jewel learning to shine again, and each one has a unique and powerful story about how their inner goodness was crusted with dirt and slime and shame so that they need to come back out into the sunlight for fresh air, healing, and shine again.

            • MaxSpaceman

              Ok, I hear you- I think posting here, participating in sharing your story — perhaps you’ve seen Simi Valley and other once-ins posts — is a good start, as there are so many Scilon members who visit and read here. Don’t worry about the ‘sanity of those around you’ here, Jane !

            • Frodis73

              Jane, I’ve read your posts at Mikes but I really hope you share your story either here in the comments or with Tony. I’m a never in, but the stories help us understand and way more importantly, they help others out there who are lurking & on the fence. Glad you are out and wish you nothing but the best.

            • Innoculated

              That is criminal upon criminal! Nutritional needs alone are high at that age, relationship building, exploring the world of ideas and self. Very sad to hear it.

            • Robert Eckert

              I’d learn to fly a plane just to carpet bomb Grand Rapids.

            • Guest

              That’s a very serious threat of violence, not a very veiled threat of violence at all.

            • Robert Eckert

              Grand Rapids issues threats that are not veiled at all.

    • TheHoleDoesNotExist

      Glag. I like this typo:).

      • stillgrace2

        a morph of “gag” and “flag” … very appropriate.

      • Dibythesea

        He filmed everything but her! Lol

        • TheHoleDoesNotExist

          She’s in there. check again, if you dare

          • Dibythesea

            Yes but it was briefly. I just thought that was funny

      • BosonStark

        She studied voice at the Flag Conservatory of Thetabop.

        • TheHoleDoesNotExist

          Conservatory of Thetabop…hahahahahahha.

      • Observer

        *pic*

        • TheHoleDoesNotExist

          I’m sorry. That was bad, wasn’t it?

    • Free Minds, Free Hearts

      I am sorry for her. She is mentally ill? Depressed? Or just totally brainwashed?

      • Basketballjane

        Probably just totally brainwashed. The eyes say it all. Really no original thought left there. Just the “patter” that she has been repeating for decades now. It is sad to see how people just collapse down into complete robotism after years of exposure to $cientology.

        • Free Minds, Free Hearts

          Yes the eyes say it all. The blankness in her eyes is truly creepy.

    • HillieOnTheBeach

      With the understanding that we don’t know when this video was recorded (but the quality infers a more recent version), let’s understand that 1996 represents 18 years ago.

      That girl is 25ish.

      • Basketballjane

        That girl is the same age as me if not maybe older. She is almost 40 as am I. When we were on training she was 18 I believe so that would make her 36. Don’t let good skin fool you. Sometimes I still get carded at Trader Joes when I buy alcohol. Also she grew up in Scientology as well. She is a lifer and has been being indoctrinated since she was a child. So decades of implantation of that.

  • Sejanus

    $cientology. We will stalk you like a jilted lover you have never met.

  • Johnny Tank (Forever Autumn)

    Alexa update for July 29: *refresh for images*

    Tony: US rank #17,019 – up 7 from yesterday. (Average rank last 3 months: 22,073)
    Scientology: US rank #59,490 – down 4,501 from yesterday. (Average rank last 3 months: 63,087)

    Difference: 42,471 – 4,508 more than yesterday. (Average difference last 3 months: 41,013)

    Clicks from India – 6,6% today.

    • Observer

      Captain Miscavige may want to investigate whether they make Viagra for click stats. His are rather … limp.

      • Johnny Tank (Forever Autumn)

        You almost want to feel sorry for the little guy. He can only get it up, like once a month, and even then it doesn’t really impress. Only to fall back down into quiet slumber.

        His stats, that is.

        • Observer

          And he has to pay for it. He can’t get his stats for free.

      • TheHoleDoesNotExist
    • I see that “Cop Block” web site has surpassed the ‘Bunker. 🙂 Amazing.

    • Caught In the Snow

      As a not-so-very-savvy-on-the-internet type, I have been wondering something: When I found the Bunker many months ago, I could swear I found it very quickly through Google just using the search term “Scientology”. I’m pretty sure it popped up right away, maybe even on the first page. Now a search of “Scientology” doesn’t lead to Tony until the 5th page of results, with dozens of Scio sites listed above him. Anyone know why that might be? The Bunker’s overall ranking is way better than theirs, right? And results can’t be manipulated, right? Just curious, thanks.

      • Johnny Tank (Forever Autumn)

        I worked for Google for a year rating their search results. Based on the search query we ranked the results according to some guidelines. If the query was Tony Ortega and the result was tonyortega.org, we would give this the highest score, as it is his homepage. If the result was whoistonyortega.org (a scientology site) it would get a second rating, because it is mainly about Tony (although it is a smear site). If the result was villagevoice.com or rawstory.com it would get a third rating, because he contributes to the site but the site is not about him. If there was no correlation to the result, the result would be marked as such.

        This would actually give a more correct result to the search query, and we could eliminate sites that had hidden keywords or other hidden result-boosting features.

        I worked with this around 10 years ago, and I do not know if this practice continues to this day. It could however explain why Tony is not higher up on the list.

        • Caught In the Snow

          Thanks for the detailed explanation. I was very distressed to see the smear site about Tony was earlier in the results for “Scientology” than his own blog about it! Interesting, how the stats work. I appreciate your taking the time to answer me!

        • TheHoleDoesNotExist

          AFIK, Google changes algorithms like a pair of socks.

        • Snippy_X

          i think they are manipulating the ranking with back linking or something like that. It’s against Google’s policy, so I reported it. No reason for all those missions to show up and flood the results when they have them all on their main site.

          • Johnny Tank (Forever Autumn)

            That was great of you, Snippy! Well done 🙂

  • cdub

    I understand and truly sympathize with Hana and all the people who’ve been public with the dirty stalking and harassment practices of the cult. But there’s another hidden side to this story as well and I’m surely not alone feeling this way, the lifelong hidden guilt that in a free country (in this case the US) I must live fearful that some silly cult will track me down and ruin the nice life I’ve built for myself after recovering from their insidious mind games.

    • Sunny Sands

      So true. That’s one of the reasons I hope Monique Rathbun’s lawsuit is successful and the damages awarded are very high. It will send a message that in a free society we don’t tolerate stalking and harassing, even if you think it’s your religious duty to do so.

  • Sejanus

    Theta Ray Gurl is one terrifying person.
    What is it with $cientology and the need to make perfectly decent, everyday, well used words into audio Twister?
    Trying to isolate a group by redefining language to obscure it to outsiders ..no that’s not suspect at ALL.
    This person has crazy eyes and a look that if I were in grocery and saw her in an aisle…I would turn around and go hide in Bakery. Hold her to a safe distance with a baguette.

    • She’s got the same crazy eyes as any Republican female. Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, batshit insane Republicans.

  • Ellen Fürst

    restraining order or keep the private eyes busy, the more busy you keep them the higher the bill will be their client has to pay, do you like busy places? great, busy places mean many people probably not about being tailed…;-) and keep them busy, change your habits or don`t, make them run…;-) or hide…

  • Tony Ortega

    BONUS POST UP!

  • Sunny Sands

    Hana brought up the name of Ben Shaw several times as one of the scientologists identified by police who tracked her to Europe.

    Ben Shaw is in Clearwater, and was mentioned in the media as being in the room last month when the consultants gave their report on how to improve Clearwater. Mayor Cretekos made a point of introducing himself to Ben Shaw.

    Ben should blow before he gets much older. He has to have seen first hand they don’t do retirement in the sea org.

    • TheHoleDoesNotExist

      Ben should do a lot of things, but I’m trying to get back to a better mood, so yeah, he should blow.:)

  • My name is Larry Lester

    I have always liked Hana. What a great human being.

  • hansje brinker

    The girl in the second clip is Junai ten Bokkel Huinink from Holland She is a stafmember in Amsterdam. With her voice she has hurt my ears several times and thereby my emotions. This is awfull and typically cult-like. I had just overcome it but now, again, I will have a bad sleep. Thank you Tony!

    • ze moo

      Why do all the clams have dead eyes?

      • hansje brinker

        Because they don’t know what fun is……………

      • Elar Aitch

        Like a shark’s

      • Scream Nevermore

        Because the eyes are the windows of the soul, and their souls have been sucked out of them.

  • Robert Eckert

    Tony, a proofread: “has often called a hoax” should be “has often been called a hoax”

  • Sydjazz

    Ow my freakin ears

  • Scream Nevermore

    A siffy lyzation? The mind boggles!

  • Jane

    One blink only, at 56 sec. Creepy!

  • valshifter

    the girl singing the aims of scientology, “a world without criminals” does that means no other criminals but scientology criminals? a world without insanity, is that because they will offload you at the very first sings of a mental breakdown, or otherwise they will lock you up where nobody can see you till you are dead?, poor think she does not know what she is singing about.

  • Meelah

    “Civa-lee-zation”.

  • richelieu jr

    She sings ‘Civil-EE! Zay-tschuh-hu-un…” with the same syllable-displacing zeal as ol’ cyst-headed, carrot-topped LURCH himself, in his tales of the gah-LUHX–ee!

  • Danielle Mckewan

    Australians are overrepresented in Scientology and documentaries about Scientology because they believe it’s a fasttrack to their Holy Grail: a green card and then US citizenship.

  • Scary stuff! The more i learn about Scientology the scarier it gets. The fact that the leaders of the operation not have talked out and revealed all the facts about their whereabouts is confusing – why – and how can this criminal act ever be accepted?