Scientology has for many years made outrageous claims about “Anonymous” — calling it a “group of terrorists.” They inflate everything that is ever said or done by anyone with even the remotest connection to Anonymous and by association, attempt to paint anyone they think is criticizing them with the “terrorist” brush.
There are NUMEROUS examples of this — perhaps the earliest was Keith Henson who joked about shooting a “Tom Cru9ise Missile” in Miscavige’s window.
The film boasts a series of shocking revelations by former insiders, including high-ranking members like acclaimed director and screenwriter Paul Haggis (“Crash”), as they recall a systematic history of abuse and betrayal committed by Church officials.
Actress Leah Remini, best known for her role in the sitcom King of Queens, has become the latest high-profile personality to quit the Church of Scientology, after more than 30 years of membership.
It also highlights the Church’s origins from its conception by L.
Ron Hubbard to its surge in popularity in Hollywood.
Cruise sued for divorce, and the children—Bella, then eight, and Connor, then six—were reportedly given a course in identifying Suppressive Persons.
As Penélope Cruz became Cruise’s new love interest, she took her own set of courses, but, the sources say, she soon ran afoul of Miscavige, who dismissed her as a mere “dilettante” when it was learned that she was unwilling to forsake her Buddhist beliefs.
Anderson Cooper: But what Cooper very well knew and chose to ignore, much less inform his viewers, is that Anonymous is neither a “merry prankster” protest group nor anything that would remotely touch the style of a peaceful civil disobedience organization. Moreover, by merely referencing Anonymous and televising the group’s so-called logo, Cooper and CNN were tacitly endorsing a coordinated organization that the U. Department of Justice has identified as a terrorist group—with members engaged in hate crimes and convicted of other federal criminal offenses. Point of fact, Cooper’s “Kingpin” source [Marty Rathbun] is more than just connected to this mob; he is actively furthering their hate-filled agenda, stating in an on-line conversation with Anonymous, “I have your back,” and referring to members as “pals.”Another one of Cooper’s sources has personally participated in Anonymous demonstrations in front of Churches of Scientology and has publicly endorsed this cyberterrorist hate group in the media and on the Internet. We saw someone who was with someone who we believe is guilty of a crime, so they are OBVIOUSLY in league with them and are criminals themselves. HBO is bringing back “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief” to theatrical audiences, attributing the move to popular demand.Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney’s acclaimed documentary will open for limited release on Sept. HBO’s film is one of its most viewed documentaries, having been seen by more than eight million people since debuting this past spring.