Friday, January 26, 2007


Anything Emmy winning journalist Mark Bunker writes on his XENU TV WOG BLOG is worth repeating but this one is destined to be a classic for years to come. Here he writes about the memorable 1/24/07 COUNTDOWN show where Keith Olbermann looks at the recent news story which suggested that Tom Cruise was Scientology's Christ:


Jesus H. Cruise!
A recent news article suggested that Scientology views Tom Cruise as their Christ figure. Okay, the article didn’t suggest it, they came right out and said it. According to the Sun, diminutive Scientology leader David Miscavige believes:

…that in future, Cruise, 44, will be worshipped like Jesus for his work to raise awareness of the religion.

A source close to the actor, who has risen to one of the church’s top levels, said: “Tom has been told he is Scientology’s Christ-like figure.

“Like Christ, he’s been criticised for his views. But future generations will realise he was right.”

The story was picked up by Drudge and rocketed around the world, making Scientology look like…well…just like the wacky UFO cult they are.

Although Scientology has denied the story, that didn’t stop Keith Olbermann from turning it into his number one story on the Countdown.

By the way, if you don’t watch Keith Olbermann every day on MSNBC, you are not an informed citizen. It’s the best damn news show on TV. That comes straight from an Emmy winning journalist, my friends.

Now, I knew this Christ story was fake from the second I read it. It made no sense at all. Why would David Miscavige, the tiny keeper of the tech, say that Cruise was a fictional character?

L. Ron Hubbard himself declared that there was no Christ, that some madmen stumbled upon part of Hubbard’s tech 2000 years ago, misinterpreted Hubbard’s material and came up with the whole “man on the cross” story.

That’s a pretty wild statement and I wouldn’t expect you to believe me when I tell it to you…which is why I’m happy to be able to have L. Ron Hubbard tell it to you in his own voice.

For more on why Scientology is not compatible with Christianity, check out this site.

And tune in to Vince Daniels this Saturday when he once again tries to get justice for families defrauded by Scientology’s front group, Narconon.

Thank you WOG BLOG & XENU TV
Original can be found here:

The Shrinking World of L. Ron Hubbard : As Mad as a Madman

Hey, I was once fooled but no more. That is my hope for you.

L. Ron Hubbard: As Mad as The Madman

Before you check out this revealing and humorous clip, here's a picture of the man himself whilst he was hiding to avoid extradiction to France for being convicted of fraud in absentia:

No matter how you look at it, the man was nuts.

The Shrinking world of L. Ron Hubbard (founder of Scientology)
As Mad as The Madman

Yup...... he was crazy like a fox.

Dianetic, Scientology and Communism

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Cruise Control in MO? Scientology's CCHR Exhibit At The State Capitol Rotunda Is Aimed At Hurting The Mentally Ill

Scientology discriminates against the mentally ill. Their anti-psychiatry cover group, Citizens Commission On Human rights - CCHR - has IRS tax-exemption status so all those donations go to attack the industry which actually defends and helps the mentally ill.

Here is a excellent article explaining the game behind $cientology's propaganda show,
Thanks to writer J. Scott Christianson and the Columbia Tribune.

Scientology exhibit won’t help the mentally ill
Columbia Tribune ( Columbia, Missouri )
Published Tuesday, January 9, 2007 ( Fair Use Exerpt)

On Thursday and Friday, the state Capitol Rotunda will host an exhibit titled "The Industry of Death." If you’re thinking it’s about time an exposé about corporate chicken farming came to the Capitol, you’ll be sadly disappointed. However, if you believe that psychiatrists and the entire psychiatric profession are part of a secret plan for world domination developed in part by Adolf Hitler, then it’s time to load the kids in the car for a day of fun at the Capitol.

The "Industry of Death" exhibit is sponsored by the Church of Scientology and makes a host of outrageous claims about the field of psychiatry. Twenty-five percent of psychiatrists sexually abuse their patients. Psychiatrists deliberately kill about 10,000 people a year - sounds about right. And for the big surprise, psychiatrists were responsible for the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks - guilty by association, at least, since psychiatrists are responsible for the existence of terrorists and suicide bombers. Last year, Tom Cruise famously launched his own attack on psychiatry after learning some of these "facts" about the profession. This exhibit explains a lot about why he seemed so far out when discussing psychiatry with Matt Lauer on "Today."

The Church of Scientology has always seemed to have it in for psychiatrists. Perhaps it is because psychiatry and psychology are based on science, while Scientology is based on the ramblings of a science-fiction writer from the 1950s. To paraphrase the official view of the Vatican - an institution with a long history of dealing with matters of science and religion - it is science that keeps religion from becoming superstition. This exhibit from the Church of Scientology is just one way Scientologists have clearly shown that they stand on the side of superstition.

In most countries, the Church of Scientology is not even recognized as a religion; rather, it is treated and taxed like the lucrative business that it is. Only after a 25-year battle with the IRS, in which the Church of Scientology allegedly used private investigators to put pressure on the IRS officials in charge of granting not-for-profit status, was it recognized in the United States as tax-exempt.

Regardless of its tax-exempt status, the Church of Scientology is more like a pyramid scheme than a church. A follower of Scientology pays to take classes to receive the wisdom of Scientology, which is not publicly available. The more classes you take, the more enlightened you get. When you have completed the required curriculum, you can start teaching Scientology courses and charge tuition to your students. There are several levels for teachers and students, so there are more courses to take and more levels to achieve. Think Mary Kay Cosmetics with aliens and celebrities. ( continued)

J. Scott Christianson lives and works in Columbia and can be reached at


Formerly Fooled and Finally Free of The Deceptive Cult Called $cientology

Sunday, January 07, 2007

FRIEND OF MANKIND - by Karl-Rainer Blumenthal

UPDATED: 09/14/2009 to provide a better link to the video parts:

L. Ron Hubbard always wanted to be known as a 'friend of mankind' but his legacy, as documented in this film by Purinton Pictures, is quite different.

"Friend of Mankind (2006) is a non-fiction documentary film about writer L. Ron Hubbard, his devoted celebrity followers and those who have died through his prescribed methods for the Church of Scientology. It is comprised primarily of footage from film and television interviews."
Blumenthal's 2006 documentary takes a critical look at the"accomplishments, controversies and followers of L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology, comprised of American, English and German television broadcasts from the last 37 years"

Here is part 1 of the 4 part series, the remainder which can be found at Youtube's XENU TV Channel


Thanks and God Bless you Karl-Rainer Blumenthal!!

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