Scientology Crime Syndicate

Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Dear AT&T - hold that line
From: "ewsnead" <erik.snead@gte.net>
Date: Mon, 07 Jun 1999 06:27:16 GMT

Arnie Lerma wrote in message <7jfh4p$2u6g@edrn.newsguy.com>...

> Scientology is like a 19th century seedy carnival side show, whenever someone in
> the audience would yell out how the trick was done, he would be dragged outside
> by a couple of toughs stationed there for this purpose, and beaten up,
> Scientology’s demeanor is identical to this, only in the ‘civil’ 20th century
> they use lawyers. And then the entire sordid affair is cloaked in bogus
> religiosity. P T Barnum, the father of the circus, would be proud.

> Secrets are the mortar binding
> bricks as lies together into prisons for the mind.
> I'd prefer to die speaking my mind than live fearing to speak.
> The only thing that always works in scientology are its lawyers
> The internet is the liberty tree of the 90's http://www.lermanet.com

Its amazing how threadbare the velvet glove has become recently...how ridiculous the emperors "clothes" seem now, reduced to polyester underwear... You mention P.T. Barnum...I think also of Colonel Tom Parker when ruminating about Hubbard...though Parker was a bit more honest in his self-promotion...Scientology, the religion of cheap barkers and carnival side shows...a veritable house of freaks and clowns...Los Vegas glitz, lots of meaningless noise, gaudy baubles, glazed exotic dancers...the perenial cheap come on...they should install elephants and camels in their ORGS to attract the public as a final ploy...use the RPF to clean up the shit...

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