The Church of Scientology: Merchants of Hate and Propaganda
Aug 28, 2017 — The Church of Scientology is now officially enraged at all 5,300 of us who have signed the petition calling for the IRS Commissioner to open an investigation into its ill-gotten 1993 tax exemption.
The Church of Scientology is also attacking Leah Remini; her A&E show Scientology and the Aftermath; all of the guests who have appeared on her show; and the show's sponsors.
According to the Church of Scientology, anyone who signs the petition, watches Leah's show, or speaks out against Scientology's egregious human rights abuses, greed, and use of child labor is a Nazi, a KKK member, a bigot, or a hater. Scientologist Kirstie Alley is on Twitter using these attack lines. In doing so, she looks like an angry cult member. Sorry Kirstie, but you should step back and read the angry tenor of your own tweets.
This is typical Scientology Fair Game in action. Scientology will never address the actual criticism at hand. Rather, Scientology instead engages in smear tactics against those who speak out and expose Scientology's depravity.
Scientologists are quick to compare themselves to Jews in the Holocaust. This is truly reprehensible and yet Scientologists engage in this hideous cultural appropriation in order to claim that they are victims.
While feigning victimhood via cultural appropriation, Scientologists are very quick call others "haters" and "bigots." This is pure hypocrisy and phoniness.
Here is the real fact of the matter: At the heart of Scientology is a secret. Scientologists consider themselves members of a Master Race called "Homo Novis." L. Ron Hubbard wrote that Scientologists are superior to homo sapiens or what Scientologists pejoratively call "homo saps."
Scientologists derisively call non-Scientologists wogs, homo saps, psych cases, zombies, degraded beings, robots, and raw meat.
My essay from the Scientology Money Project (below) details the dark side of the Church of Scientology. This is highly disturbing content and yet the Church has never denied it. The Church cannot deny this content as it appears in the written works of L. Ron Hubbard that are still published to this very day.