"No future triumph or metamorphosis can justify the pitiful blighting of a human being against his will." Peter Zapffe
Wow. I knew they were creepy but not about this.
I spent some time walking the streets of Florida around the big Scientology place there. Tampa? Clearwater? Anyway one could always spot them, they traveled in packs and wore cheap suits, sort of. And looked pathetic. Damn cults.
They’re starting to not allow people to walk about any more. They’re afraid that they will see other orgs and realize that the collapse is not just happening in their org. Scientology is imploding rapidly. Orgs are already starting to close down.
We will note that “Scientology Imploding” gets a number of quite precise hits as a search term. You appear to be on to something here.
Check out these folks. http://tonyortega.org/2014/03/17/here-are-the-wealthy-people-keeping-scientology-alive/
Tony Ortega’s blog has the news before everyone else. It’s an essential site for any good Scientology watcher.
I do not think this sort of thing would be allowed, if the people carrying it out did not claim that such abuse was part of a religion, unless of course they were claiming that the abuse was part of a sex act, then people would be defending it as “innocent, sexy fun”. Religion and sex are two things that are considered beyond criticism in our society and this has to change. Nothing should be beyond criticism and nobody should be able to get away with abuse.
The RPF IS part of official Scientology doctrine. So is the isolation of children. They do not deny this fact because they cannot deny it.
I meant it would not be allowed by society and the government. Of course, the rich scumbags at the head of Scientology would allow anything that made them wealthy, just like other capitalists. LOL.
I think any ideology (supernatural or otherwise) that advocates strict obedience to authority is likely to wind up advocating horrors. After all if the leader (or supernatural being worshipped by the religion) says slavery is okay, then it must be okay, right?
Yes. Of course, they always claim that their morality is absolute and universal. And people believe it. Gosh.
Astute point, IR.
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