I recently did a post about this scientologist, Dave Kushin and his crazy conspiracy theories.
His nuttiness has gone from bad to worse…
And then there is this, from Jim Rego, a guy who apparently had quite a following in the scientology bubble.
He sends out a lot of conspiracy theory stuff and rants about the “lamestream media” etc
Frankly, what these guys spout is not really more outrageous than the Xenu story or the idea that all psychiatrists are “wholetrack implanters” or that drugs stored in the “fatty tissue” can be “expelled” by sweating in a sauna.
I wonder if any enterprising bookstore officer has had the idea of selling tinfoil hats — they would be big moneymakers I bet. Scientologists readily get behind a good conspiracy story. Hubbard had plenty of them about how government agencies, the World Bank, the Rockefeller’s, the AMA and a whole bunch of others were conspiring to get him. It’s in the DNA of scientologists.