Lies Debunked: How do Scientologists view life?


Scientology's doublecross

Scientology's® Claims

Subject: How do Scientologists view life?
Date: 2000/03/07

How do Scientologists view life?

As a game -- a game in which everyone can win. Scientologists are optimistic about life and believe there is hope for a saner world and better civilization and are actively doing all they can to achieve this.


And now for the truth

Well no, that's not at all true. Scientologists are taught to believe that the rest of the world is out to destroy them and that there's a huge world-wide -- indeed galaxy-wide -- conspiracy out to undo everything that their mad messiah L. Ron Hubbard did for humanity. The fact that Hubbard was a con man and a fraud is information that is kept from the remaining followers. Instead followers are programed to believe that Hubbard was Earth's only possible salvation.

The "us against them" mentality is evident in numerous court documents and in the fact that the organization maintains barbed wire on their armed compounds with numerous video cameras looking in to keep followers from escaping. The fact is also evident in the "six month security check" that followers who have purchased the so-called "OT7" or "Operating Thetan Level 7" secret documents must submit themselves to. Such "sec checks" consists of followers subjecting themselves to interrogations designed to find out whether they harbor unauthorized or unapproved notions about Hubbard, Scientology, and the "squirrles" which have taken over the fraud after Hubbard died.

The paranoid delusions that Scientologists are programmed to adopt which makes them believe the world is out to get them is deliberate and is part of the organization's ringleader's methods of keeping followers fearful and enslaved, paying ever more money to the fraud with the mistaken belief that they're some how part of some cosmic plan that will eventually rid the world of the evil enemies arrayed against the world -- and against Scientology.

Over the years the criminal enterprise has made their followers fearful of a bewildering variety of powerful enemies. The CIA, the FBI, the IRS, and some of the other traditional enemies of more traditional fringe nut cults have all been considered to be sworn enemies of Scientology and of humanity in general. Lately, however, the Scientology organization's ringleaders program their followers to believe that the conspiracy goes deeper. Scientology has been programming their followers to believe that their enemies are actually aliens from outerspace, part of what they call the "Marcabian Invasion Fleet from Outer Space." Indeed, Scientology reportedly told followers that two Human Rights activists by the names of Mr. Robert Minton and Ms. Stacy Brooks were "off wolders" sent to Earth to destroy Scientology.

Does this sound like science fiction to you? It should. It was all contrived by L. Ron Hubbard, the insane megalomaniac who used to write pulp science fiction stories just like this only now the ringleaders tell theer remaining followers that it's really true.

Scientologists are told to view many aspects of real life through the filter of Hubbard's paranoid delusional fantasy. Now they want you to believe their "Volunteer Ministers" have something of value to offer humanity; a humanity that is beset by cosmic battles for your very minds.


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