There is always something to ask….

Hi there,

and thanks for visiting this blog! I put it up to give you the opportunity to ask questions, about Scientology, Scientologists, David Miscavige and whatever you feel is related to that. If you are here to make statements or raise a fuss, you are violating the only rule this blog has. So please, don’t to it.

– Louanne

PS: I closed the comments on 10 Nov 09. If you have a question, please go here.

82 Comments

  1. Trolls! You even got Mark Tomles to turn away in disgust.

    Pool’s closed.

    – L

  2. lol, looks like a new career option… “professional scientology event attendee”!

  3. Only $25? I got around 50 man.

  4. I am a little bit disappointed that you closed the thread re: the new building in Washington DC.

    I was there- and got $25 to sit stand around for a few photos and look like I gave a shite. Surprisingly hard to do, but it was easy money.

  5. Out of curiousity, why do you have comments disabled on your last anonymous thread. I’m sure you’ve seen my new blog- linked in my name- although it’s new, I’m trying to keep comments open on all posts to encourage active communication. Incidentally, I hope that you’ll note that I linked to your site. Would you be so kind as to link to me as well?

  6. I heard an interesting question, and thought that I would share it with the group here.

    Do scientologists support religious freedoms?

    Just becuase you think that someone’s wrong, do you believe that one has a right to oppose and try to hinder their beliefs?

    If not, “do you condemn Scientology’s attempts to deny religious freedom to those practicing Scientology outside the corporate heirarchy? (In accordance with Scientology’s written policy on “squirrel groups”, Scientology agents have infiltrated congregations and sued former Scientologists to deny them access to Scientology scriptures.) What have you done to protest Scientology’s attacks on freedom of religion? “

  7. “I suppose the psychiatric community had a fight to pick with scientology after they closed down 4000 institutions”

    You never did provide a source for that- anything? But I, myself, have a bone to pick with that. Because, if true (which I doubt), scientology has forced their beliefs on over 4000 families by putting them out of business. Because of what they believe, they forced so many people (again, if true) out of jobs. How could you possibly think that’s a good thing? They didn’t reform those offices- they claim to have closed them. These are your good guys?

    “Bet they felt like using their power to pick a fight with scientology.”

    Where? Scientology is the one protesting at the psychiatric conventions. They’re the ones trying to put people out of business. Where is psychiatry trying to do the same?

    “Because who wouldnt want the whole world to keep being drugged! and who would ever stop the purpose of making the whole world mentally ill?”

    Hyperbole- look it up.

    “Bet you like that. Best to censor scientology, even though all other religions are freely avaliable. Hmm, must be someone who really dont want me to learn scientology is about.”

    Sorry, I’m not a library. However, I do visit many, and most of them will either throw the books out or put them in the free books bin. That’s their choice- are they free to make it? It’s a matter of perceived value- many people don’t seem to find value in scientology- true for them, right?

    “And it would invalidate the fact that scientology actually is generous in helping others know about scientology. For FREE.”

    … And some do not find that to be much of a help. Others, believe it is, and try to force their beliefs on others. Personally, if free, it’s far too costly on many levels. How much did you say, in another thread, that you’re planning on paying to your religion?

  8. ” They are being donated to the libraries all over now, so maybe you can get a copy.
    wish I could… the local libraries keep throwing them in the trash when they arrive.”

    Bet you like that. Best to censor scientology, even though all other religions are freely avaliable. Hmm, must be someone who really dont want me to learn scientology is about.
    And it would invalidate the fact that scientology actually is generous in helping others know about scientology. For FREE.

  9. Scientologytruths: I suppose the psychiatric community had a fight to pick with scientology after they closed down 4000 institutions. Bet they felt like using their power to pick a fight with scientology. Because who wouldnt want the whole world to keep being drugged! and who would ever stop the purpose of making the whole world mentally ill?

  10. anon, irony is that there is a previous post, that was never responded to by the scientology supporters on this site, that well establishes that this site, itself is a hate-group that posts anonymously.

    irony?

    as you said- doing wrong is, well, wrong, but I respect that he is is trying to make it right.

  11. “Anon: Even anonymous doesnt even support Rathbun anymore, maybe you should update yourself on the propaganda machinery of your own hate-group?”

    I do support him in so far, as he is at least taking responsibility and trying to stop human rights abuses in the CoS, by telling the truth about what he has witnessed in CoS. There is no propaganda machinery and Anonymous is not a hate group. That’s just what David Miscavige and his minions want you to believe.

  12. “Certainly by the media. You’re basing your opinion on newspaper stories that had no foundation.”

    do you contend that she was not insane? If so, on what do you base that?

    surely you don’t believe that her actions after the accident were normal?

  13. “Read the Dianetics book. Hearing voices is caused by mental circuits in the reactive mind.”

    in this case, the book is your evidence to support your claim?

  14. “You see the spin here? If Scientology or CCHR says it, it’s incorrect?”

    not spin, but wise.

    if a fact or figure were posted on a critical site, would you accept it on that fact alone? or would you want independent confirmation?

    if I posted on my own site that auditing is addicting, would you believe me if I failed to back it up with confirmation?

  15. “Maybe if you were to read the documents and the exposés on abuse in the field of mental health and see the source material that was found…”

    Louanne-
    many years ago, psychiatric treatment (and experiments) included lobotomies, chains, etc. however, the field is self-policing, and no longer does this, because they don’t want to harm people.

    realize that psychiatrists are also doctors, and bound by oath to “first, do no harm”.

    right now, your lovely mind is surely forming a response with an example of this oath being violated. YES! that has happened. there are examples. but, if done intentionally, it is in violation of their oath, not in accordance with it.

    that is from an entity that is able to publically admit and correct wrongs, unlike scientology. is it a wonder why one is largely respected and one is a punchline?

    you readily admit that people can exist in scientology while having bad intentions or committing terrible acts- do you allow the same for the field of psychiatry?

    there are abuses in psychiatry, just as there are in scientology. the irony is that scientologists celebrate the actions of cchr and the pains of their enemies, while condemning the same actions and desires from those they consider to be enemies.

  16. “Because Rathbun was overseeing the “handling”..

    let’s assume that’s true.

    what of the other scientologists that were involved? “I was just following orders certainly didn’t work in WWII. did these highly ethical people do as they were told, or did they participate?

    furthermore, if marty was indeed as horrible as you seem to believe, even when he was one of you, how did he last so long and risw within the org? did the auditing miss him?

  17. ” They are being donated to the libraries all over now, so maybe you can get a copy.”

    wish I could… the local libraries keep throwing them in the trash when they arrive.

  18. Anon: Even anonymous doesnt even support Rathbun anymore, maybe you should update yourself on the propaganda machinery of your own hate-group?

  19. ” Comment by truth on November 3, 2009 8:28 pm
    So why didn’t Scientology work for Lisa McPherson again?”

    Because Rathbun was overseeing the “handling”.

    And got kicked out for that. It does not help a lot that he now confesses how he destroyed evidence and mistreated her.

    – L

  20. “Comment by Anon on November 6, 2009 8:00 pm”

    Propaganda shit. Why are you buying all this nonsense?

    – L

  21. David Miscavige’s stats are down.
    Even Mark Rathbun’s blog has more visitors than scientology.org.
    Is there still any reason to support him, Pat?

  22. Comment by bigdaddy on November 4, 2009 12:13 pm

    “You mean hearing voices and such kind of schizophrenia?
    That’s Dianetics that handles that”

    Read the Dianetics book. Hearing voices is caused by mental circuits in the reactive mind.

    There’s even a new DVD set out that shows you how this works called “How to use Dianetics”. It makes it really easy to understand. They are being donated to the libraries all over now, so maybe you can get a copy.

    Pat

  23. @ Comment by truthrules on November 5, 2009 12:49 am

    “DeathereX,

    No I didn’t say that it try to piss you off. I said it because it’s true. You believe psychiatry is evil because Ron said so.”

    I won’t presume to tell you why Deatherex knows what he knows. How can you evaluate that he knows this “because…”? Huge assumption on your part.

    Maybe if you were to read the documents and the exposés on abuse in the field of mental health and see the source material that was found, you’d have a better idea of where this comes from.

    Pat

  24. Comment by truth on November 3, 2009 8:28 pm

    “I love how Scientology has to silence people that are making good points. ”

    What good point was made that you were silenced for?

    “So why didn’t Scientology work for Lisa McPherson again? Both before and during her insanity!”

    There was no such diagnosis. Only media hype.

    Show me the medical records where that was diagnosed.

    Pat

  25. @Comment by truthrules on November 5, 2009 4:12 pm

    Show me the studies that prove Psychiatric drugs are addicting…something not funded by Scientology or CCHR.

    You see the spin here? If Scientology or CCHR says it, it’s incorrect? BS. Why do you find it necessary to include insults into your posts? Do you think it will make someone back off of what they know? If you want to have a discussion, you’ll need to have better manners.

    There are many many bonafides in the documents at CCHR.org just for critics like you.

    Prove that these doctors, psychologists and psychiatrists are incorrect. Show me anyone on antidepressants or antipsychotics that aren’t addicted.

    Pat

  26. @Comment by truthrules on November 5, 2009 4:12 pm

    At what point was Lisa McPherson diagnosed in any way as “insane”? Certainly by the media. You’re basing your opinion on newspaper stories that had no foundation.

    Here’s the facts complete with documents:
    http://www.scientologymyths.info/lisa-mcpherson/

    Pat

  27. Yes because you were raised in Scientology. So of course you were against it since you were 14. You really think I wouldn’t see through that?!

    So we then come around to Scientology curing patients then. So why didn’t Scientology cure Lisa McPherson? She was a Scientologist before and during when she was insane.
    You my friend have been drinking far too much CCHR Koolaid. Show me the studies that prove Psychiatric drugs are addicting…something not funded by Scientology or CCHR.

  28. First of all, your prejudism is very clear in your post:

    “You believe psychiatry is evil because Ron said so.
    “Not because you have formulated for yourself why you hate Psychiatry.”

    You do not know that I’ve been a critic of psychiatry since I was 14. I am aware that not all psychiatrists give out drugs, and I thank god for it, but I believe they have too little to show for when it comes to actually curing patients. At best, psychiatry slows down people so they arent too instable, and the patient is left addicted to the drugs and has been ripped of his emotions.

  29. DeathereX,

    No I didn’t say that it try to piss you off. I said it because it’s true. You believe psychiatry is evil because Ron said so.
    Even i can say there are some things in psychiarty that are very bad. But you and your fellow Scientologists are at war with a group because Ron hated them. Not because you have formulated for yourself why you hate Psychiatry.
    There are Psychiatrists out there that do not give people drugs, are they also evil? Or do you believe all Psychiatrists give drugs and they are all evil?

  30. “You mean hearing voices and such kind of schizophrenia?

    That’s Dianetics that handles that. ”

    Well, i think that psychiatry can handle these kinds of illnesses better than Dianetics. Even L. Ron Hubbard himself said in an interview, that Scientology does not deal with mentally ill people. He said it is only for the able to become more able.

    Here is some good news about psychiatry, just so you see that it can and does help people:
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/11/091102121624.htm

  31. “You mean hearing voices and such kind of schizophrenia?
    That’s Dianetics that handles that”

    I seem to recall a young man, who suffered from schizophrenia… when his scientologist mother tried to take him off his meds and cure him through the cos, he murdered her.

    has there ever been a confirmed (meaning actually confirmed, not because management says so) of dianetics curing schizophrenia?

  32. “What about what organizations like the Red Cross or United Way? how many there?”

    many, every natural disaster, and some other major events. they do great things, and the press loves them. they don’t have to issue their own positive press releases every time they travel somewhere, and they don’t take resources meant for victims.

    scientology, however, has to post their own postive news on free/paid press release sites to get some positive press.

  33. Pat, you do realize that you didn’t answer the question.
    Does a sain person walk down a street removing their clothing? Does a sain person have to be locked up and watched 24 hours a day?

    Nice try on ignoring the question.
    So why didn’t Scientology work for Lisa McPherson again? Both before and during her insanity!

    One must use TR3 on Scientologists.

  34. @Comment by truth on November 3, 2009 8:28 pm

    I love how critics like to add in untruths.

    Where did you ever get the idea that Lisa McPherson was insane? From the coroner’s report? From the news media?

    You guys crack me up.

    Pat

  35. Thanks for trying to shut me up.

  36. I love how Scientology has to silence people that are making good points.

    So why didn’t Scientology work for Lisa McPherson again? Both before and during her insanity!
    That is a question.

  37. @Comment by Anon on October 29, 2009 7:17 pm

    You mean hearing voices and such kind of schizophrenia?

    That’s Dianetics that handles that. What the way to happiness does is gives man hope that he can do something about conditions in life, because he can if he doesn’t have people around him telling him that he can’t get better.

    Pat

  38. @Comment by Anon on November 3, 2009 3:14 pm

    Science? Cool!

    What about what organizations like the Red Cross or United Way? how many there?

    Any others in the humanities or about human rights?

    Pat

  39. “Because it doesn’t sell newspapers. That’s not just about Scientology but any subject.”

    Not true. I can find plenty of good news about science for example.

  40. Comment by mookie on November 2, 2009 8:52 pm

    That’s a really good question. Why isn’t the media publishing the good news?

    Because it doesn’t sell newspapers. That’s not just about Scientology but any subject.

    Pat

  41. “Comment by scientologytruths on November 2, 2009 11:09 pm
    Lou, I notice that you keep closing posts that end up with a lot of comments. Did you know that wordpress has an option “Break comments into pages with top level comments per page and the page displayed by default”, that will make long discussions manageable? That’s what I started using on my new blog (now open and linked from my name), and it might work well for you.”

    Hi,

    yes, I had this function switched on for a while. We (or at least I) ended up not finding which comment or reply goes with what. So, no improvement with this indent function. I switched it off and cut off comments after around 200 and open a new post. I started to install a forum software last year and never got around to actually finish. Maybe this is still a good idea but currently we are a little club of max 20 people here (in the open at least), so I think a full forum would be an overkill.

    – L

  42. “Do you have any explanation for why there is no positive news about scienetology?”

    I can only assume that you only get “negative news”. There are surely a lot of good things happening in and around the Church of Scientology.

    “Why there seems to be a universal negative impression of this group?”

    There are quite some people working on it. Fanatically.

    – L

  43. “Comment by mookie on November 2, 2009 8:26 pm”

    Did you have a question or did you just come by to shit on my doorsteps?

    – L

  44. “Comment by bigdaddy on November 2, 2009 8:11 pm”

    You are trying to divert attention from your obvious incapability to stick to the subject of a debate. You are still invited to get your brain going instead of creating the appearance of someone feverishly searching for anything bad or horrible sounding to throw in the conversation, no matter whether this is relevant to the subject or not.

    – L

  45. Lou, I notice that you keep closing posts that end up with a lot of comments. Did you know that wordpress has an option “Break comments into pages with top level comments per page and the page displayed by default”, that will make long discussions manageable? That’s what I started using on my new blog (now open and linked from my name), and it might work well for you.

    It appears (surely inaccurately) that you tend to close threads when the conversation gets too intense- perhaps this would help alleviate that conception.

  46. “/facepalm”

    The most effective counterpoint ever.

    (oh, we kid because we love!)

  47. well put, mookie. I would be interested in the response.

  48. Besides- we all have google news alerts set up.

    If scientology were expanding- as wonderful- as is claimed here, wouldn’t you expect to see some POSITIVE news about scientology? No, it’s all about public blows, legal problems and the like. Except, of course, for the scientology-generated press releases.

    Do you have any explanation for why there is no positive news about scienetology? Why there seems to be a universal negative impression of this group?

  49. Wow, this is sure entertaining! I like, especially, how it’s never the critic that gets insulting or vulgar. It’s always the scientologist. That says a lot.

    Now I live near an “ideal” org. It’s empty most of the time. So I would agree that ANOTHER incidence of photo manipulation is, at least, a possibility. It’s someone suspicious that you won’t even discuss it on a site that’s supposed to allow questions.

    So, I can’t merely accept your word as to the stats, especially given the accusations that scientology hires actors to fill seats or photo space. No, the REAL stats that would “prove” scientology’s expansion are never released, and we’re just supposed to accept what the “church” tells us.

    That may be good enough for you, but not for those of us that are able to think critically and logically.

  50. whatever, louanne. you censor your site and control the conversations if you need to. if you ever post on a site that you can’t censor, maybe we’ll see then.

    in the meantime, look at the image you portray.

  51. and this is my previous point. I talk to many very religious people, from catholics to satanists.

    none are angier, more insulting or more vulgar than scientologists.

    why is that?

  52. “Comment by bigdaddy on November 2, 2009 8:01 pm”

    /facepalm

    – L

  53. louanne,
    you’re a very mean person.

    anywho, if you feel that past (proven) photo manipulation is unrelated to your photograph, then maybe you’re not thinking it through.

    but, like I said, its your site. maybe you could give us a list of what we’re allowed to say?

  54. I was at the ideal org opening of Malmò, Sweden this year. It was so many people that they had assigned guards to direct people in which directtions to go when we came inside.
    That insane number of people is what you experience at rock concerts man, maybe you should come to an org opening yourself one day and see?

  55. “the photos that that guy linked to were of a scientology event in which full groups of people were duplicated and added to make the room look fuller. that is misleading, to say the least.”

    So what? I get that you couldn’t care less about the Church of Scientology Washington DC tripling in size last Saturday but why don’t you say so? Why this rah-rah about totally unrelated, trivial allegations? Can’t you ramp up your intellectual capacities a little and just stay on topic?

    – L

  56. my last post was very poorly phrased.

    point is that you hold others to a standard to which you do not hold yourself.

    you may do so, you own the blog, but it reflects poorly on the group you (de facto) represent.

  57. not the point.

    the photos that that guy linked to were of a scientology event in which full groups of people were duplicated and added to make the room look fuller. that is misleading, to say the least.

    you claim that the photo proves something, based on the number of people involved… how is it that you then censor the mere suggestion that what happened in the past, rather than actually addressing it?

  58. “Comment by bigdaddy on November 2, 2009 2:56 pm
    when that fella brought up the true point about past photo manipulation, what rule did he break?”

    Trolling. The subject of the post was the opening of Scientology organizations, not photos or going off linking to manipulated photos. Working in the industry I can tell you that there is not one single photo in magazines or newsletters that has NOT been photoshopped (as in: digitally manipulated). I you like to have a discussion about the ethical ramifications of digital photography and its inherent change of documentary value of photojournalism – join me in forums like this: http://photo.net/community/

    I am supporting the group that says that only contrast and brightness correction and some minor cropping can be allowed.

    – L

  59. bull shine.

    when that fella brought up the true point about past photo manipulation, what rule did he break?

    it’s not our choice what’s okay to talk about… its yours.

  60. What is the “rule”? Don’t make statements and don’t raise a fuzz?
    Discussion is not possible without making statements.
    You deleted my very neutral written and well documented comment about the “fair game” entry on your website for no apparent reason other than it proved that what you wrote about “fair game” to be incorrect.

  61. “Comment by bigdaddy on November 2, 2009 12:16 am”

    I you feel unable to heed a simple rule, then you are out of here. If you can you are welcome. It’s your choice.

    – L

  62. we’re back to this… too much censorship on this site. if you want to win that way, be my guest. but if you have to win that way…

    notice you’re not deleting the threads that are on your side, even the hateful ones. but it’s clear you selectively delete.

    you win, but only on your own blog. that must be why you styaaway from sites you can’t censor.

  63. If I sound mad, then I’m sorry, it’s not intended. I just might take a more unpleasant tone when people who dont know me, think they know why I am a scientologist. Funny how nominal fallacies never grow old: “He is a scientologist, he must be totally crazy”.

    I am 23 years old, yes and from Oslo, Norway.

  64. lots of censorship on this thread… I remember comments that are now deleted.

    [It’s called RTFM.]

  65. According to his SearchPartner profile, he’s a 23 year old male fromm Oslo.

  66. You seem to be pretty young and naive, DeathereX. How old are you?

  67. You seem pretty pissed off, sometimes- have you read your posts?
    And, I suggest you carefully read the CCHR website- it’s hard to come away seeing it as anything other than a hate group, smearing an entire career field as an “industry of death” and the like.
    More later, it’s Sunday :)

  68. truth rules: when you say things like: “All you guys do is bitch about Psychiatry because Ron hated it so much” it is ment to piss me off, thats why you say it, It’s not because you actually believe that I am L Ron Hubbards slave. But I dont get pissed off, because I use the tech. Thats why SP’s sees scientology as a threat, its because it makes people more able to handle them.

  69. type: “normal”

  70. Apparently, my posts are not going through again… oh, well, I’ll try again.
    Forgetting all of the other points that I tried to makes previously (too many to relist- for some reason they were blocked); what does scientology do for people? I see, on the entire interweb, about a dozen people that speak positive about scientology- and then, it’s obsessively. And look at it- they sound just like us wogs. The scientologists that post (Louanne, Terryeo, Death, Jack Remington and a handful of others) are very angry and insulting.
    Is that what the tech does? Shouldn’t they be “above” us “normai” people?

  71. Comment by truth rules on October 31, 2009 1:06 am

    Damnit, you knew what I was going to say, hmm now I have to use my second pre-programmed scientology response line! “Scientology works and it helps people”. Great to get it out.

    “Pretty soon you’ll see that the “tech” is making your life improve because you *want* it to. ”
    Yeah cuz my friend around here he really wants his nazi-shit ideology to work, too bad that he just gets beaten up cuz no one wants to put up with his anti-negro hate. I suppose his tech doesnt work even though he wants it to so bad. An answer for you my friend: Observe for yourself. If you can do that you will know why scientology tech works.

    About psychiatry: I dont think that anyone has irreversable conditions. If my dad gets killed by a car and I’m watching him get squacked, and I have some mental problems during that time after means that I have a mental problem, not a mental disease. I dont even think that the childmolester is truly insane. I would rather have a childmolester as my best friend than an SP, thats what I think, I dont look up LRH books to clearify my opinion.

  72. Now you can also download them from the internet thanks to Anonymous.

  73. “Comment by truth rules on October 31, 2009 1:06 am”

    You are missing something vital: the personal experience that Scientology works. Also, that is something you can’t take away from Scientology members. Scientology works for whoever cares to take a honest approach. And no, you can just pick up a book from the library and start reading and applying what is written. That doesn’t cost a dime.

    – L

  74. “I’ll ask you the same thing I asked Lou and Pat….what would Scientology do with all the insane people that we have in those institutions if they were all taken down?”

    CCHR is pushing for _reform_ of psychiatry, not closure of psychiatric institutions (though this seems to be unavoidable for some that are just too corrupt and rotten). There are effective non-violent and non-destructive treatments out there. Maybe you should spend a few seconds and actually read the CCHR Mission Statement:
    http://www.cchr.org/#/faq/mission-statement

    – L

  75. […] There is always something to ask…. […]

  76. Oh yes you mean like with Lisa Mcpherson right! That sure worked well didn’t it.

    Insane people really aren’t insane?? Even Ron says there are insane people my friend. You’d better get your head on straight about this one.
    So now the insane are just down tone people, is that it?
    Scientology isn’t presenting any solutions. All you guys do is bitch about Psychiatry because Ron hated it so much. You’re completely unproductive about the whole thing.
    If Scientology has the solution for the insane then why doesn’t scientology open a place to cure the insane? Then we can see that Scientology works. Waiting for your justifier on this one. I suspect it’ll be the “Scientology makes the able more able” line. In other words, “we don’t care about those who have no money”.

    Pretty soon you’ll see that the “tech” is making your life improve because you *want* it to. It’s the normal line all Scientologists use to garner support of their own wishfullness that Scientology *works*. You’ll come to, it’s just a matter of time. Or you’ll get stuck in between like Marty Rathbun…hell!

  77. The “insane people” arent really insane. The only insane person which is hard to rehabilitate is the SP. The rapist, the killer, and the childmolester arent the SP’s, they are the supressed ones. They are the ones locked up in institutions, and they will never recover the way psychiatry runs its business drugging them.

    The answer as far as I’ve come across is to destimulate the PTS (the supressed) like putting him away from restimulating environment, and bring him up the tone scale over time. He will recover with scientology prosesses, for instance location assist and a bunch others. The psychiatric case has a lot of engrams containing nevroses etc, and when he is destimulated enough we can start off slowly towards confronting the engrams that are making him insane.

    And yes the tech is making every aspect of my life improve. If you think you can analyse me over a blog message then you are allowed to do so, but I know my own statistics and what is most fascinating to me is working with wog environments where I can see amazing results and people dont even know I’m a scientologist.

  78. I’ll ask you the same thing I asked Lou and Pat….what would Scientology do with all the insane people that we have in those institutions if they were all taken down?

  79. I’ve done the way to happiness- it’s common sense and information culled from other sources. Hardly groundbreaking.

    No one that I can see is defending psychiatry- you’re trying to throw off criticism of your own group by directing it towards another. You all seem to do it.

    But you really don’t seem very happy. You, and Louanne here, seem like very angry people. Shouldn’t the tech make you better than us wogs?

  80. Death- citation needed.

    And say that there’s “no problem losing a job” if you do, with a family to feed. I would think that the critics would not celebrate your tragedy, as you seem to do for your enemies.

  81. Dude, the way to happiness is nice, but it can’t help people with real mental illnesses like schizophrenia.

  82. bigdaddy: There is really no problem losing a job. The problem is the confusion and lack of self-worth outcoming from a loss in life which may bring problems to other areas of life when f.o losing a job. Psychiatricy alters people, often permanently. Around 4000 institutions are closed, but it doesnt mean it stops there. Simultanously as more psychiatric institutions are being closed, more people are learning about the way to happiness. The new way to happiness dvd is truly amazing.

    It’s easy. Shut down psychiatric institutions and spread the way to happiness simultanously. Trade the bad with something good.
    Maybe you should look into psychiatry with the same critisism as you show towards scientology?


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    I am running a website, ScientologyMyths.info which deals with critical questions about Scientology.
    So naturally I am into finding answers to the questions that are constantly being asked all over the internet about Scientology, Scientologists, the Church, L. Ron Hubbard and the Church's leader, David Miscavige. I want to find answers from independent sources, not only Church of Scientology owned sites or anti-Scientology hate sites. So what's left? Court documents, photos and other reliable sources. Help me find stuff and ask whatever you want. Thanks!

    The easiest way to shoot a question over to me is to click here.

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