Author Topic: Why This Category Misses The Point  (Read 1719 times)

Offline Zinjifar

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Why This Category Misses The Point
« on: September 16, 2012, 22:55 »
Scientology is *not* expanding.  In fact, it hasn't 'expanded' since the late '80s.  It has no potential to 'expand'. 

That's different than saying that Scientology is going to go bankrupt.  Scientology has literally billions stashed away which it can use to 'maintain'.  It is not a 'cash cow' and, while it's still possible for the Cult to sucker in new fodder, such as in Eastern Europe or Asia, where they promise visas to 'ministers', the fact is that there are no 'new' Scientologists.

All current 'growth' is from the above mentioned sources and, even more so, the abduction of Scientology Children.  So, 2nd Generation 'grow your own' slaves.

Information is the opposite of Scientology 'knowingness' and, there is little danger of Scientology being able to sell it's hockum.  That's not to say that they won't cause a lot of harm *trying*.  And, it doesn't mean that the horror of the children born into and sacrificed to Ron isn't worthy of nausea.

I'm horrified at the malicious crimes committed on defrauded Scientologists, but, my special attention goes to those children raised into and abandoned to Ron.

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Offline Zinjifar

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Re: Why This Category Misses The Point
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2012, 00:06 »
It's not about the possibility that Scientology might *succeed*; it's about the damage they cause while trying.

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Offline mefree

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Re: Why This Category Misses The Point
« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2012, 16:58 »
^^^^
True. The category was created several years ago and a lot has changed, since then. Sadly, Scientology is still growing their own slaves.  :(
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