Here we go again…
This time Some Scientology person left this comment on my blog.
((Repeatedly, spokespersons for the masked terrorist organization "Anonymous" have promised that they weren't out to ruin the lives of individual Scientologists.
And yet, now they have announced their intent to disrupt Katie Holmes' Broadway debut in All My Sons by protesting that a Scientologist should be allowed to take part in a Broadway show. These hateful psychotics have made it clearer than ever now that they hold anyone who is a Scientologist (or just married to one) to be "fair game" for destruction. Funny how the people who rant the most about "fair game" are the ones who are actually practicing it against innocent citizens.
Are we going to allow this gang of thugs to continue to harass innocent people over their religious beliefs? Can we allow people to have their safety jeopardized and careers ruined simply because they choose to believe in Scientology?))
I wouldn’t call “Anonymous” a terrorist group. Have they blown up any buildings? Nope.
The sole reason Anonymous has gone after Scientology is simple; Members of Scientology have repeatedly gone after anyone that speaks against them. They’ve destroyed lives and threaten people.
Let’s not forget when members of Scientology tried to dig up dirt on people by spying on the US government.
The lawyers of Scientology have sued many people just because they’ve spoken out against them. Scientology talks a good game of freedom of speech, but rarely practices it when it comes to their enemies.
I don’t hate Scientology because of their beliefs, even though they’re kooky. Yes, I completely disagree with everything they believe in. However, I hate the way they handle themselves by trying to suppress anyone that speaks out about them, by any means necessary.
Every religion has its detractors. You combat that by revealing why they’re wrong and the benefits your religion has. You don’t go after them by suing them or digging up dirt.
When you bully enough people, they’re going to push back eventually. That’s what has happen with ‘Anonymous’.
Scientology needs to practice freedom of speech itself before it starts judging others.
All hail Xenu!