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Louis Farrakhan has Sold Out to the White Man

You can’t make this stuff up, people.

“Unlikely Pairing” on Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, reveals a strange bedfellows relationship between Scientology and the Nation of Islam (NOI).

I’m not that familiar with the NOI, but I have heard questionable and overtly hateful speech against whites and Jews. This had led to my perception that this organization is more of a fringe-type extremist group for black people. Yet, I can’t blame the black community for espousing principles of independence and a non-reliance on the suppressive white man. read more

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From Scientology to Scientitis to Scientosis

This is a very blind and sick faith.  But that’s okay; vitamins are available.

I’m sure many scientologists are popping handfuls after crossing Leah Remini.  Her series on this “religion”, meaning cult, is quite fascinating and she is a hard pill to swallow.  Don’t mess with Brooklyn.

Pretty much everything Scientologists have been using to keep their members in line is backfiring against them.

Bullying people, name calling, taking video to intimidate ex-members. Not panning out.  Youtubers see creepy people with creepy smirks saying creepy things to their victims.  Straight up stalking and harassment. read more

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Scientology versus the IRS – What’s the Difference?

Scientology is all kinds of weird.  It is based on a lying, wife-beating, mad-man’s sci-fi delusions of grandeur.  We’re talking L. Ron Hubbard and Dianetics.  Watch the movie Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief.  If you are interested in expelling aliens from your body, or if you would like pictures of Tom Cruise all around your home to worship as if he were the Supreme Leader of North Korea, then this is the cult for you.

Scientology claims they are a religion.  They fought and won religious exemption status from the IRS by filing thousands of lawsuits.  Yes, they actually took on the IRS and won.  In return, as promised, the lawsuits were withdrawn. read more

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