The Church of Scientology: A rollicking legacy of belligerence, profanity, paranoia, and violence - 2015-07-23

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F347.png The Church of Scientology: A rollicking legacy of belligerence, profanity, paranoia, and violence July 23, 2015, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

The Church of Scientology has long promoted itself as the most ethical group on the planet. However, the following thirty examples, collected by our friend Jeffrey Augustine and listed here chronologically, present a prolific portrait of Church belligerence, profanity, paranoia, and violence in recent years. We sense a trend.

1. September 2004: Scientology OT Tom Cruise in Rolling Stone, "The Passion of the Cruise," sets the tone for bad behavior. As the world would later learn, the church was secretly auditioning wife candidates for Tom Cruise that year.

2. 2008 and later: New OT VIII Goodwill Ambassador Kirstie Alley is obviously not aligned with the principles contained in The Way to Happiness as she spreads entheta around Los Angeles. Even as Kirstie is giving the "OT Salute" to the paparazzi, she is also on Twitter attacking those who disagree with her views. Alley has grown increasingly belligerent online, including her personal attacks on Leah Remini.


{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = The Church of Scientology: A rollicking legacy of belligerence, profanity, paranoia, and violence | url = https://tonyortega.org/2015/07/23/the-church-of-scientology-a-rollicking-legacy-of-belligerence-profanity-paranoia-and-violence/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = July 23, 2015 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}