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CNN already under fire from scientology

Anderson Cooper’s series, “Scientology: A history of violence,” starts next week, but he’s already the target of “some sort of organized email campaign,” apparently from the declining “church.”

BTW, Cooper explains:

For the record, I just want to point out that this series is not about the beliefs or activities of the Church of Scientology. It is not about the religion or the vast majority of Scientologists. This series simply has to do with what some former high ranking church officials say went on within the upper management of the church, and what happened to them when they left the church.

More not-quite-secrets anymore unmasked? We’ll be watching.

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March 27, 2010 - Posted by | Cults | ,

1 Comment

  1. Is the Church of Scientology becoming a church persecuted? Why? And! For what reasons?

    From a short paragraph introducing Scientology comes a great example of Religious Freedom…As left to the individual.

    “In Scientology no one is asked to accept anything as belief or on faith. That which is true for you is what you have observed to be true. An individual discovers for himself that Scientology works by personally applying its principles and observing or experiencing results.”

    Concept Complex? No! A clear paragraph…Yes.

    With the violence in the Middle East and the confusion of all formal and Conservative views of Faith that must be followed and the “Make your money my Money” paradigm; Formal Religion is most sick from inside to outside and now to the Sexual Abuse scandal Rocking and Rolling thru the Catholic Church.

    Narrow minds and stupidity are persecuting Scientology. Why? And! May Respect and Understanding and Peace and Love be with all of us?

    Comment by Phil Edwards | April 2, 2010


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