Scientology 2009...Year Of Epic Fail - Page 8
I found out why. UPDATED: In a RECENT video dated Dec. 14th 2009, Sean Patton, it shows waste water being dumped in the middle of the night. Sean Paton also explains why the videos were removed from YouTube. Sean said:
"We have taken videos off the Internet, so that locals can secure their economy and that there is no threat to local Government, and have done everything we could to try to keep this in a peaceful mode."
Boniare continues to let the Freewinds dump their waste water. A talk of a water treatment plant has started, but the longer the months tick on, the more dangerously polluted Bonaire becomes. In all fairness, the Freewinds is not solely to blame for all of Bonaire's pollution. But the Freewinds is still a big contributor to the pollution and the Bonaire government continues to allow them to dump. Whether they allow it or not, The Freewinds should STOP.
Around this time in July, we also heard rumors of Travolta leaving Scientology. But of course we all know that never happened, and Scientology obviously has since "handled" him. I guess Travolta fears his personal life will be made public from his Scientology PC folders. I now call him a big coward and I have lost any respect I had for him. Sorry John!
Also in July, it was announced that Kelly Preston and Travolta were to attend Maria Shriver's Women's Conference and be interviewed for the first time after their son's death. (we all know what happened to that interview)
But then came AUGUST.
Another block buster month.
Scientology had a big response to all the ex members who went public with their stories in the St. Petersburg Times articles. Scientology called them liars, and of course cried character assassination. *snicker*
The cult in all their stupidity, like a bunch oh high school kids, put out a 40 page expose in their "Freedom Magazine" which they mailed to their members. Sorry, I won't provide a link to their Freedom Magazine website. Reason? You should use a proxy to protect your IP.
In their magazine, Scientology called Tobin and Childs (St. Petersburg Times authors) "Merchants of Chaos'' and gave "comic book villain" type names to the ex members who spoke out. They also filled their magazine steep with lies by twisting the information which was contained in the ex member's "PC folders".
FYI, "PC Folders" are folders filled with member's personal information which is acquired from them when they are audited on an "e-meter". (Scientology calls this spiritual counseling, but it's just a lie detector) So ethical isn't it?
Hey Scientology members, your "PC files" are not safe from prying eyes and they never will be!
Then more ex cult members came forward, and there were other interviews in the St. Petersburg Time. Including Jackie Wolf, Mark Fisher, Bruce Hines, Jeff Hawkins, Marc Headley, Shelly Corrias, Steve Hall, and Gary Morehead and more.Continued on the next page