Scientology™

Sunday, January 11, 2009

WWC, ScientologyTM and Government Service Providers.

al Qaeda is a cult. Even President Bush calls it "a cult of evil." On Friday Dec 6, 2002 Reuters reported that US Customs agents had raided Ptech, Inc., an Internet consulting firm located in Boston, because it is allegedly controlled by Qassin al-Kadi, one of 12 Saudi businessmen accused of funneling millions of dollars to al Qaeda. Alarmingly, there are reports that Ptech's clients include the FBI, U.S. Naval air systems, the U.S. Air Force, NATO, the U.S. House of Representatives, and the Department of Energy. Since many cults like al Qaeda have access to large sums of money it should not surprise you to find government agencies like the FBI or the Atomic Energy Commission possibly, but unknowingly, doing business with them. But it might surprise you to know that The FBI, the CIA, Dept of Energy, The White House, Secret Service, US Army and US Navy all do business with Wireless! WebConnect, a member of World Institute of Scientology Enterprises. It might be surprising because WWC's founder and president Gerald T. Finn (AKA Deac Finn and GT Finn) is a former member of Scientology's so-called "secret service" known as Guardian Office. In the early 1980s, in one of the biggest domestic spy cases in American history, 11 top Scientologists linked to their GO, including Mary Sue Hubbard, the wife of the cult founder L. Ron Hubbard, were convicted of spying against the United States government. Ms. Hubbard went to prison. In 1992 The Church of Scientology was fined $250,000 in Canada for spying against police and government agencies there.

German authorities view ScientologyTM as a constitutional threat. Laws in the German states of Hamburg and Bavaria require that companies with government contracts and some private companies be free of connections to the Church of Scientology. MicroSoft is having problems getting Windows 2000 approved in Germany because one of their contractors is linked to Scientology. The IRS finally granted Scientology a tax exempt status in America but not without a fight. A New York Times article on March 9, 1997, outlined "an extraordinary campaign orchestrated by Scientology against the [IRS] and people who work there. Among the findings were these: Scientology's lawyers hired private investigators to dig into the private lives of IRS officials and to conduct surveillance operations to uncover potential vulnerabilities." A related New York Times article on December 1, 1997, added that earlier IRS refusals to grant tax exemption "had been upheld by every court." On December 30, 1997, a Wall Street Journal article outlined details of the $12.5 million tax settlement between the IRS and Scientology, including the Scientology agreement to drop thousands of lawsuits against the IRS. [portions of last paragraph from http://www.germany-info.org/newcontent/np.bak/np_3k.html ]

Thursday, October 12, 2006

The Church of Scientology™ rewrites its history of Mark Foley

by Wes Fager , 10-06-06

Growing Together's various programs for educational information about abuse, residential treatment for its clients, family support system and community outreach to targeted potential abusers have been very effective in helping to combat and deal with drug abuse. Republican Congressman Mark Foley, Fl., from a Growing Together brochure.


[Photo. Top shows Nikolai Yezhov, an NKVD leader, walking with Joseph Stalin. After Stalin had Yezhov killed in 1940 he had Yezhov edited out as shown in the bottom photo.]

On May 24, 2003 the Clearwater Business Association, a Scientology™ front-group, held a brunch for then Congressman Mark Foley at Scientology™'s Flag Headquarters (the church's naval headquarters in Clearwater, Florida). The event was covered in a publication of Scientology's Flag Service Organization in an article that sports a photo of Foley and Florida Republican State Committee woman Nancy Riley receiving leather-bound books, including Dianetics, the Modern Science of Mental Health, written by church founder L. Ron Hubbard. Diantetics defines "homosexuality" as a "sexual perversion." When the Foley scandal broke Internet reporters like Wonkette and theStraights immediately linked to the FSO photo article on Foley. But if you go to that publication today the Foley article has been deleted! It is as if the brunch never occurred. How can Scientology™ just rewrite history like that? What other history has the church changed? Fortunately, we at theStraights have located a copy of the original manuscript on the Wayback Machine. See:

Creative Loafing's Wayne Garcia recalls seeing Foley at a Scientology™ gala at Scientology™'s Celebrity Centre in Hollywood in 2001 or 2002. That accounting would make Mark Foley not the only male visitor at the church's retreat for Hollywood stars who has been accused of being gay. Credible stories abound that Scientologists™ John Travolta and Tom Cruise are gay. Stories also abound that the church does not want you to know these stories. By Scientology™ attempting to rewrite its association with an accused pedophile Scientology™ only seems to add fuel to its critics fires that Scientology™ hides facts about its superstars. But then Scientology™ has a reputation for doctoring history as Arnie Lerma shows in Scientology™'s photo of the headless man. Mr. Lerma's discovery of Scientology™'s deception is so bizarre and telling that it made it to The Washington Post. Look at the photo pair of Joseph Stalling above. There is a famous photo pair of L. Ron Hubbard with someone rubbed out forever on Operation Clambake.
Mark Foley had been co-chair of the Congressional Missing and Exploited Children's Caucus. He once wrote to Charlie Crist and Jeb Bush to close down a nudist beach in Pasco County Florida because 11 year old children participated. He ran on a ticket to protect children from sexual abuse and introduced legislation to stop child porn.

Click here for a sad, yet frightening sight.

Growing Together is a second generation Straight which operated, until recently, in Lake Worth, Florida. In 1990 Florida state health officials claimed that GT turned its patients into "virtual prisoners" while Florida Judge Michael Gerstein said of a girl's treatment in it "smacks of abuse." [Sun Sentinel, 3-9-90]. Yet Mark Foley endorsed it. There have been patient riots at GT just as there were at Straight. Yet Mark Foley endorsed it. In 1997 theStraights published a police report about the sexual assault of a boy at a Growing Together host home. Two boys restrained a third as a fourth tried to put his cock in the teenager's mouth. But the boy resisted. One boy masturbated in his hair. Yet Congressman Foley continued to endorse the program. In 2004 News Times did an expose on Growing Together, yet Mark Foley did not remove his endorsement. Republican Congressman Foley is a bachelor like Florida's gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist. Both have been publicly questioned as to their sexual orientation.

In 1999 Foley joined with fellow Republican Congressmen Benjamin Gilman and Matt Salmon, and Republican Senator Mike Enzi to denounce the German government for its position on Scientology™. The German government considers Scientology™ to be a business, the same way the IRS had done in the US for years. And why not, the name Scientology™ itself is trademarked. See Freedom Magazine (a Scientology™ magazine) photo of Rep. Gilman with a bevy of Scientologists™. See Freedom photo of Congressman Salmon, as a member of the Helsinki Commission, with fellow Republican Congressmen Joe Scarborough (Florida) and Bob Ney, and Congresswoman Democrat Sheila Jackson Lee. In 1997 the U.S. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (AKA the Helsinki Commission) then co-chaired by Republican Senator Alfonse D'Amato and Republican Congressman Christopher H. Smith tried to pass a law denouncing the German government for trying to make the Church of Scientology™ pay taxes like other corporations do. Congressman Salmon also introduced Aimee's law--no second chance for Child Molesters.

Now there is speculation that Foley is in Narconon™, the drug rehab program affiliated with the Church of Scientology™. This suspicion is based on the fact that the FAX Foley sent out to announce he was in a drug rehab originated from Clearwater, Fl.Related stories:

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Gabe Cazares dead



They [Scientology™] have become a politically fascist organization. Former Clearwater, Florida Democratic Mayor Gabe Cazares


09-26-06 Former Democratic mayor of Clearwater, Fl. and long-time Scientology™ critic Gabe Cazares has passed. I spoke to this great General a few months ago. Surprisingly, one of the people we discussed was Judge Walt Logan. Attorney Walt Logan once defended Gabe in a legal battle with Scientology™. Gabe liked Logan. We carried what we believe to be Gabe's last article on Scientology™. Here it is again, SCIENTOLOGISTS EXPAND US AND INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS - The imminent dedication of a multi-million dollar castle in Clearwater, Florida will make this the top Scientology city in the world. We love you Gabe and the world's gona' miss you.
Ed

Saturday, December 03, 2005

Scientology™ Rape Case Settles out of Court near 7 figures

A former Scientology staffer is breaking her silence about being sexually assaulted 100 times at ages 16 and 17 by the church supervisor she was "ordered" to live with, and then receiving threats and intimidating phone calls when she reported the abuse. ny post

Tuesday, January 11, 2005

The stupidist story ever told
The Christmas Story a la L. Ron Hubbard


And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar
Augustus, that all the world should be taxed. . . And all went to be taxed,
every one into his own city. And Joseph also went up from Galilee . . . unto the
city of David, which is called Bethlehem . . . to be taxed with Mary his
espoused wife, being great with Child.
Gospel according to Luke

According to L. Ron Hubbard, the big S or Source, the sole founder of The Church of Scientology™, there was this evil galatic ruler named Xenu who called in all the people in the galaxy for income tax inspections. But it was a trick. As his subjects arrived, Xenu had them shot them up with glycol to paralyze them and then had them transported to Teegeeack, which today is called the planet Earth. . . Now, Judge Babb, this might sound like poorly written science fiction, but actually it is the basis for the religion of Scientology™. And if the Christian story of the birth of Christ is "The Greatest Story Ever Told," then Hubbard's rendition has to be "The Stupidist". You best be sitting down for this one.

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If David Miscaviage can go to his deposition as Admiral Faragut, then Keith Henson can go to his as Bozo the Clown. Wes Fager