Originally Posted by mockingbird
This is interesting...By the way I believe in critical examination of claims - usually the sanity of the claimant is irrelevant .
Yeah , it is an odd position to take but hear me out - I have walked a long path of insanity and delusion into zealous and even fatalistic fanaticism - I was conditioned to have absolute loyalty to Hubbard and would have ( with the right triggering sequence ) certainly killed or died for Scientology . That is a departure from innocence that is
Originally Posted by Smurf
Mike McClaughry's video expose of Scientology Guardian's Office Intelligence practices - digitally remastered courtesy of Mark Bunker from original Lisa McPherson Trust footage in 2000. Greatly improved video/sound quality and includes some previously missing footage.
Originally Posted by RogerB
On the debt and money thing . . . the US FEDERAL government debt alone is cited as over $18 trillion . . . add to that the US corporate $56 trill, household at $40 trill and it soon adds up . . . but that is not all when one actually reads the McKinsey and Co piece one sees total US Governmental (US, state and local municipalities etc.,) the US gov debt is $58 trill . . . so the Economist is looking at what version of which debt???
McKinsey breaks it all out . . .
[QUOTE=Lermanet_com;1003362]Dear Mr Churchhill,
Willis Carto, head of Liberty Lobby was labeled as the worlds most notorious anti-semite and castigated as a holocaust denier.
In the early 70's he gave a $cientologist a job, named Tom Marcellus as a copy boy, pushing a cart of print copy from office to office before the computer era...Tom worked his way up to become Willis Carto's "Right hand man" (his words) "He had the keys to the kingdom" and
Originally Posted by Gib
Originally Posted by Type4_PTS
OK, I'm not OT III, however I DO recall Xenu (also spelled Xemu).
In fact, I knew all about him years before I got involved with Scientology.
oh yes the comic books and sci fi.
They are but sublime, in my byline.
"The earliest text on the sublime was