Just a bit of lighthearted amusement among the real news being generated by Corporate Scientology, but it illustrates an important point about the state of Scientology.
This email is being sent out by Boston Org with no message, just the subject heading “Freedom Alliance Mystery Magnet.”
Not much apparently.
Not even a Paypal button like Austin to give them $25,000?
But then again, I guess it makes about as much sense as the other garbage that is sent out to convince local org public to give money to other orgs for their “Ideal Buildings” when their own org doesnt even have one.
The whole thing is becoming weirder and weirder.
The Church of Scientology is no longer ridiculed because of its “weird beliefs” — it is laughed at for its utterly bizarre displays of idiocy in public:
Its spokespuppets outbursts and statements that everyone is a liar and the media are missing the real story of Scientology because they are not reporting on the massive international expansion evidenced by new empty buildings opened;
An utter refusal by the masters of communication skill to talk to any media at all;
Secretive “public” events for the “local community” where no local community are allowed in, and there is a hired cop or PI for every 10 attendees;
Bizarre exaggerations of numbers that everyone knows are just plucked out of thin air (sometimes accompanied with photoshopped “proof”);
“Freedom” magazine and its clown reporter Jim Lynch;
The endless stream of goofy “promo” and corny events in ever more desperate efforts to raise money;
And this is not even a complete list.
The problem is that the behavior of the Corporate Cultists gives good grounds for the perception that they must really believe some crazy stuff.
If I didnt know better, I would look upon the antics of the RCS as being a result of their beliefs (especially as they seem to find some LRH quote to justify everything they do….) and could only conclude that those beliefs must be absolutely wack.
And if not that, then I would at least conclude that they are so crazy that whatever they believe in must be as crazy as they are.