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Leah Remini Scientology and the aftermath
« on: December 29, 2018, 11:56:29 AM »
Has anyone else been following this on the Quest Red channel.

Quite possibly Scientology is not very well known in Britain although it would appear it is here in somewhat smaller form, perhaps because we are maybe not as gullible as the Americans I don't know. I had heard of them a good few years ago now, from what news drifted to us over the pond, and did watch the Panorama programme on Scientology with John Sweeney {2007}  and that famous "ranting" scene with members of Scientology who were constantly following him around. When I started watching this programme and what Leah Remini went through as she was in Scientology for 34 years ever since she was 6 years old.
{F.Y.I. - Leah Remini starred in the t.v. sit com King of Queens alongside Kevin James}

After 34 years she finally broke away and is now out to tell the world what it really means to be in the clutches of Scientology, it makes  fascinating viewing and I think the word "cult" could have been specially invented for Scientology because that's exactly what it is.
The programme is off air over the Xmas/ New year break, but will be back sometime in early January, well worth a look.

P.S. There is talk that Tom Cruise is beginning to see the light. 

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Re: Leah Remini Scientology and the aftermath
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2019, 02:39:00 PM »
It amazes me that any nation that has achieved what the USA has achieved scientifically speaking can be as backwards when it comes to religion as they clearly are, if go onto youtube and look at the evangelist preachers one cannot fail to be amazed at the way the americans lap this garbage up, it is apparent to even the most blinkered person that these people are nothing more than rather adept conmen, however i would not consider that the orthodox churches have any more relevance than any of the other so called religions, i do not consider the bullsh*t peddalled by scietologists to be any less beleivable than the bulsh*t that was forced onto me at school during the compulsory lessons i was forced to endure under the guise of religious education/indoctrination, luckily at the age of fourteen i got myself thrown out of RI as it was known, for what was described as challenging behavior because i had the temerity to ask questions as to the validity of the obvious bullsh*t i was forced to listen to when i would have preferred to be in science or physics.