Not hating someone does not mean embracing everything he does with open arms. What I find acceptable behaviour with regard to the CofS is to support free speech in places such as this message board, and give whatever information I am willing to. I am not willing to picket CofS organizations, or talk to the press, but if others wish to that is their affair.
I am not willing to help try and bring down their websites. A DDoS attack seems quasi-legal at best, and is certainly not ethical. Would I want anyone to attack my websites in such a manner? Certainly not.
The strictly legal and ethical route is to make known the truth about what is really going on. PR and Legal repercussions will put an end to most of the abuses, but it won't necessarily happen this week.
But that is my position. I have to live with myself 24/7, Yid. I try to make myself livable with.
well i should have thought this through
what was i thinking, looking for backup from people who were weak minded enough to accept Scientology in the first place?
i'll go see if the atheists are interested
you can ban me if you want, i wont be coming back here
and paul, you have got to stop treating Scientologists like humans. they are sub human murderers, who deserve whatever comes to them. and its funny you should refer to Christianity, im an atheist but im sure we can all understand the concept of an eye for an eye
i wish you luck in your future endeavours
Love is stronger than mind control. Steve Hassan.
My Story: - Sydney, Melbourne, Saint Hill - Becoming Free to Shine...
I am not seeking revenge.
Any activity that I do exposing the Church's illegal and abusive behaviour (talking to people I meet and posting on internet) aims to prevent others being cheated into losing their money, their lives and their family and friends.
It's an action of love, to warn others of the danger of lies and cheats. Not an action of hate against someone who has himself fallen into the con.
Your actions are good as long as you don't do anything illegal and you work toward helping people becoming aware of the truth and not toward punishing people.
"If a religion requires you to make a choice between your religion and your family, there is something wrong with that religion." Alan Henderson, 2007, A loving father of six childen.
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Ummm...you guys are new around here - right?
Let me get this straight....You want us to support a bunch of teenage haxors who are breaking the law and doing exactly what Scientology is criticised for.
You say to us.."If you wish to oppose Scientology with a legitimate method"....well let me ask you what the fuck you think we are all doing on this MB? You come over here with your snotty attitude and try to tell US how to oppose Scientology and uncover it's crimes.
And as for exposing the truth to the public....AAAGH!!! You are very late in on this "game" and have no clue what you are talking about.
Just run along kiddies and keep high fiving yourselves and enjoy your circle jerk.
Better a Has-been than a Never-was. But better a Never-was than a Never-tried-to-be. - Anonymous.
Weak minded, Sub-human murderers?! I'm going to have to disagree with that one my friend. Some of the most independent thinking and caring people fall into the trap of Scientology. If you want to find the fault of people joining, it's likely their all to willingness to help another. Based on the blizzard of criticism at TC and the mocking of his video your assessment is somewhat understandable but dead wrong in describing a Scientologist.