What I Learned Over My Summer Vacation

  1. I learned that after I took down my site, I received more attempts to hack my site than I ever had in its whole existence. In fact, one hacking attempt actually worked for about an hour. It was accomplished by using confidential information that HelluvaHoax! posted on ESMB. I’m not saying HelluvaHoax!, or anyone else at ESMB tried to hack my site, but information was used that HelluvaHoax! made public on ESMB, as he fritters away his golden years there.
  2. I learned that someone – not Church OSA – was taking creepy screenshots of everything I write on my blog, like every day, multiple times per day. And one of those screenshots ended up on ESMB after I took down my blog, and another ended up on Reddit just today. The one on Reddit was an attempt to discredit me, just like OSA does, and Indy OSA use to do.

Who do you think has the stash of AlanzosBlog posts in screenshot form? How many gigabytes of storage are they using, and plan to use in the future? Who goes to that much effort, and then distributes these screenshots to people to post on ESMB and Reddit for dead agent campaigns?

So this summer I learned that creepy OSA trained people are still creepy OSA trained people whether they are in the Church of Scientology or out of it.

What did you learn this summer??

11 thoughts on “What I Learned Over My Summer Vacation”

  1. Welcome back!!

    As I wrote last year, some people in the bunker would take screen grabs of comments there and of other sites. I’m not implying it was someone from the bunker who did that to you–I haven’t been there since the last visit I wrote about. But I’m just saying some from there screen grab. Most of those who do were not former Scientologists either, actually I don’t think any were. I’d have to think about that; but off the top of my head, the ones I remember were not former Scientologists. It boggled me then, and boggles me now, how much people would screen grab. I know one of the bunker comment grabbers had a dropbox for their grabs.

    I’m sorry you had hacking attempts and one that lasted, even a short amount of time. Why someone would do that to you makes no sense.

    Summer isn’t officially over, so I’ll have to ponder if I’ve learned anything yet. I think I have, but I can’t quite articulate it yet.

    Welcome back again!!

    • Thanks for the welcome back! My summer could have been a little more relaxing, but I’ll take what I can get.

      It’s interesting that you say that the screengrabbers were not former Scientologists. I think former Scientologists in their little network of zealots are using their screengrabs, though.

      Who were the members of the Underground Bunker Screengrabbing Brigade? Can you name them?

      Would they request screengrabs of each other for use to discredit people they don’t like – just like OSA and Indy OSA does?

      How did it work? Did people make requests for certain screengrabs? Was it ever discussed how or were a screengrab should be used, and for what purpose?

      • I will give you the names of the UBSB that I knew of at that time. I’m going to have to go thru 2 different email accounts (my yahoo & tia(at)misstia) that are no longer in use and are essentially now ‘storage’. The majority of screen grab mentions was done via email, it was only mentioned in the comments occasionally. It was shocking to me when I learned how extensive the screen grabbing was. WHY?! When I asked it was stated by one person so that they could attempt to suss out whether ’26’ had returned or not. If you’re not familiar that is the person who pretended to be pregnant, a couple people even met her in person, and then she claimed she was off to the hospital to deliver after a fall on the stairs and then radio silence. She wanted one of the people she had met in person to relay to the bunker on Christmas that her baby had died. Instead they informed Tony, who contacted her and her father, then posted on December 26–hence ’26’ becoming how they were referred to–their ruse.

        Others did it to try to suss out OSA. Some were suspicious of almost EVERYONE. As I wrote last year I shamefully participated for a short bit; but it felt wrong and was far too time consuming. And isn’t anyone who posted under a user name, in a way, a ‘sock’?

        Yes, they would use the grabs to discredit people they didn’t like. To try to make assumptions about them, to try make a false narrative. If someone came across to them in a wrong way, anything they said could and would be used against them in a bunker kangaroo court of no law. Grand juries would be conducted via email and there is an extensive email chain with people sharing suspicions, grabs, etc. At least one that I knew of had a drop box and let others drop their grabs there.

        Upon further thinking, there was one former Scientologist who screen grabbed that I knew of. They were convinced every new poster was ’26’ coming back. They did a number on me and got me thinking that about posters too. I almost left the bunker because of this person—oh how I wish I had!!! But then just decided it was that person and not the bunker (I’m not too smart sometimes! Though this person wasn’t very nice to me.)

        As far as I know people didn’t make request for certain grabs, nor were there discussions on how they should be used. Basically it was: screen grab EVERYTHING! And if someone was suspicious they would follow them to other sites if their disqus was open and grab those comments too. If they were active under the same name on Rinder, Marty, etc they’d grab them too. I still cannot fathom the time that takes and why? They’re just building imaginary ‘cases’ against people they don’t like.

        I have some calls to make this afternoon, a few things to do around the house, but will start to go thru ‘storage’ emails tonight. Tomorrow I will be out of town and then again Sunday. I will post their names in just one comment, so please give me a couple days. Because I’m weird, I won’t use their real name and will name them by their screen names. I know a couple emails included real names and I dunno if they’ve since started using their real names or not; but though they don’t give respect to a lot of people, I’ll still have respect for their privacy. I did say I was weird. I know one user did use their real name and so shall I.

        When I go thru the emails I’ll denote the context of which they were grabbing too, at least in that particular situation.

        • OK. I think this would be very valuable.

          This behavior is SO Scientology that it is astounding to me that we believe that Anti-Scientology behavior MUST be better than Scientology behavior, right? After all, Anti-Scientology behavior exists to EXPOSE abusive Scientology behavior!

          What happens when Anti behavior is just as abusive, or more abusive, than Scn behavior? How is that a step up?

          I’m especially interested in the person who maintains a drop box for others for screen grabs.

          Let’s see what do we call this?

          There is Church OSA for real OSA Agents.

          Then there’s Indy OSA for Indy OSA Agents

          Bunkie OSA?

          Undie OSA?

          Undie OSA Agents!

    • I don’t think you can know such a thing. All I know is that screengrabs ended up on ESMB and Reddit, days and weeks after I had blocked all access to all my posts. This to me suggests a “stash” of some kind. And the latest versions of these, including the latest comments, indicates repeated screengrabbing every time a new comment is added.

      This seems to have been verified by Miss Tia’s experience with Undie OSA.

      What it taught me is that I will simply have to define myself, or others will attempt to define me for their own purposes in ways not in alignment with the facts. From Marty Rathbun, to Leah Remini, to as always, the Church of Freaking Scientology, there seems to be a lot of that going around these days.

      Thanks for the welcome back. I feel more focused and stronger than ever after my time off. As always, things settle and clarify when you take a break.

      I hope you are doing well!

  2. I know they’re monitoring your blog. People on ESMB have been discussing it and none too positively. They don’t like it when anyone here says anything about them. This seems inconsistent, to put it politely.


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