John McGhee, Another Militant Anti-Scientologist Calling Scientologists “Vermin”

John McGhee Anti-Scientologist

McGhee Was Thrown Out of this Pub After This Picture Was Taken

I think it is important to document the new trend among anti-Scientologists, started by Mike Rinder of Scientology and the Aftermath, of calling all Scientologists “vermin”.

After doing their best to keep Scientology from opening a new organization in Ireland, and failing miserably – but stirring up a lot of hatred for Scientology there – John McGhee tweeted this tweet calling Scientologists “vermin” and saying Scientologists are “not welcome in Ireland”.

John McGhee calling Scientologists Vermin

He also led a “raid” of a Church in Edinburgh, screaming at staff members who have harmed no one, and with small children studying in the courseroom.

Here, he harasses a group of musicians in a pub, solely because they are Scientologists.

For some people, the attention of being a big bad “SP” fighting the righteous fight against the fraud and abuse of Scientology is an inconsequential, if toxic, pastime. But for John McGhee, I sense there is something more there – something actually sinister that should be watched.

First Leah Remini tells the Hollywood Reporter that all Scientologists believe in pedophilia. Then Mike Rinder calls all Scientologists “vermin”. Now militant jackboots like McGhee have taken that up.

Not a good look for anti-Scientology. And not a good trend at all if you really want to target the specifc abusers in Scientology – like David Miscavige – and their specific abuse.

I do not believe John McGhee is out to do this at all. No, there’s something more sinister in John McGhee, which you can see in these videos.

I’ve now said my piece.

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I didn’t hear any screaming in the Edinburgh raid video. It seemed pretty good natured. I have to say that it made the director of the org look good. He handled them with calm and persistence.
It looked to me like McGee knew most of the staff, was pretty friendly with them. They don’t seem in the least intimidated or afraid, just just nicely got them out.
Credit to the Org for their handling.


In the Jive Aces video he is definitely hyped up. The trumpet player got assaultive, the OSA woman was creepy. The French man made Scientology look good.
Once again it seemed to end on a friendly note.
I am not seeing the “sinister” side to any of this, or a militant jackboot.
I agree however that this is probably a toxic pastime, not sure that the protests in these two cases actually accomplished anything.