Feature Article #1
NICK O’MALLEY INVESTIGATIONS
January 23, 2010
A LEADING critic of Scientology is to travel to Australia to support Senator Nick Xenophon’s campaign for an inquiry into the tax-exempt status of the church.
Gerry Armstrong was an ardent believer in the church and its founder, the science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard, until he began researching [...]
Feature Article #2
From the US Department of State:
Germany International Religious Freedom Report 2004
Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor
The Basic Law (Constitution) provides for religious freedom, and the Government generally respects this right in practice; however, discrimination against minority religious groups remains an issue.
There was no change in the status of respect for religious [...]
Feature Article #3
I spoke on the theme, “Scientology, the Cult of Total Espionage” in Russia in 2004. I’ve re-written my article for this conference to take into consideration certain developments since then, and to relate the organization’s intelligence nature and activities to what I now understand to be the organization’s key or basic purpose or purposes.
Scientology’s group [...]
Feature Article #4
I recently compared Scientology founder and former director L. Ron Hubbard’s OT III scripture, which he wrote in 1967 in the Canaries, with his novella Revolt in the Stars, which he wrote in 1977 while hiding out in Sparks, Nevada.
Both writings contain a number of identical “facts,” and both inarguably tell the Xenu story, which [...]
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