Category: Analyzing Scientology
All those awards, all those book sales, all those hero-worshipping praises. And still, no justice for Scientology’s victims.Read More
For years, Tony Ortega has introduced Mike Rinder as his source for a quote in one of his articles as “the former International Spokesman” for the Church of Scientology. But is it true? Was that What Mike Rinder really did in Scientology? Here’s what Mike Rinder says…Read More
A Tribal Ninnie is a person who has adopted a particular tribal narrative, and is presently letting it do all their thinking for them. AntiScientology is filled with Tribal Ninnies, such as the sub-species of Rinder-Ninnie & Remini-Ninnie.Read More
After almost 40 years of fairgaming Gerry Armstrong, Scientology’s truculent mouthpiece, Kendrick Moxon, filed a 133 page application to California law enforcement for the arrest of Gerry Armstrong.Read More
I’ve been a critic of Scientology on the Internet for 20yrs. I’ve seen a lot of changes. One of the most consistent things I’ve watched for the last 10 years is Mike Rinder, and others, lying about what he did in Scientology.Read More
I used to think that as long as I was not in the cult of Scientology any more, I would never fall into the unquestioning, partisan mindset that I had adopted when I was a Scientologist.Read More
Steven Mango got a call from a detective at the LAPD a couple of days ago on behalf of Karen de la Carriere and Jeffrey Augustine. The cop said that he has been getting repeated calls from “the elderly couple” and it was annoying to him.Read More
Marty Rathbun filed an affidavit which details his & Mike Rinder’s secret schedule of reporting all Scientology Fair Game & Black Ops to David Miscavige for 22 years.Read More
The gloves are off, claim Leah Remini & Mike Rinder, for their NEW Podcast called Scientology Fair Game. Will they reveal anything Law Enforcement can act on?Read More
Adopting the beliefs of the anti-cult movement dramatically changes the views and attitudes of those who experience a loss of faith. Those changes have a profound effect on how Exes make sense of their own past. So we must ask: How helpful is the ideology of the anti cult movement in making sense of your life?Read More
Mike Rinder tried to trick Gerry Armstrong by posing as a “loyalist” to LRH who only wanted to rid the Church of David Miscavige in order to restore “true Scientology” once again.Read More
#Logic flows from assumptions & premises: Garbage in = Garbage out.
This includes mainstream assumptions & premises, as well.
One must continually identify one's assumptions & premises & seek positive evidence in support of them. If none, abandon them.
Very few people do this. https://t.co/8Qix4wcI2M
"Russian psychiatrists offered ‘scientific’ backing for anti-cult positions: adherence to traditional religions was portrayed as socially normal while membership of new religious movements was characterized as socially and psychologically pathological."
#AntiCultists Unite! https://t.co/hKCrDBIhO8
. @KateBornstein is great. But there's nothing here that can indict & convict David Miscavige.
That's why @MikeRinder has her on.
On this week's #FairGamePodcast @LeahRemini and I have the great pleasure of talking with author, activist and icon @katebornstein. We cover a lot of ground -- #scientology disconnection, homophobia, transphobia, Fair Game and a lot more. https://t.co/3jnPpawq0O https://t.co/fPmNzwgiv0
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