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In HBO's documentary film "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief," former Scientology members talk about the inner workings of the church. But the church calls "Going Clear" propaganda. CNN's Stephanie Elam takes a look.
STAND Supports German Law Curbing Digital Hate Speech Read the full story on the @STANDleague site http://qoo.ly/ge6z7 Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination (STAND) appreciates that the German federal government has taken upon itself to more forcefully curtail hate speech on digital platforms, as reported in the New York Times. STAND notes that Scientologists have been subject to considerable hate speech in Germany which has, in the past, resulted in violence against…
Scientology: No Kids Allowed These women had FORCED ABORTIONS! June 23, 2010 Tampabay.com story segment highlighting pregnancy policies within Scientology's elite "SeaOrg". In this story Tampabay.com reporters Joe Childs and Thomas C. Tobin interview three former Scientology members who speak openly about their own personal experiences, and tell of the horrible moral dilemma being faced by many women within the Church of Scientology today.
Louise Theroux said he thinks the Church of Scientology is “more scary” than reviled hate group the Westboro Baptist Church. In the film he tries and fails to enter the Church’s LA-based HQ, recreates scenes of alleged abuse by church leaders, and ends up pursued by Scientology members who are also
Going Clear is a ‘must-see’ Scientology documentary: "For all the brave and insightful exposes that have been written about the Church of Scientology, an aura of impenetrable mystery remains. Is it a religion? A cult? A useful form of therapy? A dangerous form of mind control? A powerful global corporation? A borderline illegal mob? Maybe all of the above. In recent years, Scientology members have been leaving the Church with greater frequency, and many of its secrets have been spilled."…
Two Trolls Reveal Scientology's High-Level Secrets To New Converts
Professors Hickie and McGorry have characterised their critics as armchair critics, malcontents and Scientology cultists. The truth is that the majority of their critics are fellow psychiatrists, psychologists, allied mental health professionals, mental health consumer and carer advocates, and members of the general public who critical observe the influence of private interests in public health policy.