Scientology's Volunteer Minister Program

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In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center on November 11'Th, 2001, the Scientology® organization has been promoting a public relations campaign they call their "Volunteer Minister®" program. The organization claims that they're the only organization on Earth that has a solution to terrorism -- and indeed the only solution to all of humanity's problems -- and their "Volunteer Minister" public relations campaign is one of the latest efforts at trying to get their leader's unusual notions accepted outside of their organization.

The truth about the motivations behind Scientology's "Volunteer Minister" campaign, however, is far from benevolent. Detailed information about Scientology's "Volunteer Minister" campaign has been intercepted by Human Rights activists and a great deal of information about the campaign has been offered by followers of the Scientology organization who used to be part of the campaign. Further information about the actual sinister motives of Scientology has been acquired by Human Rights activists infiltrating the Scientology organization's meetings and offices.

This web site will provide all of the detailed, factual information you need to know about Scientology's latest bid to gain acceptance outside of their organization. References to support the information will be provided except in such instances where the identity of Rights activists may become compromised and jeopardize the individual's safety.

If you're a minister like I am you probably already know that Scientology purports itself as being a religion and you probably have read a considerable amount of information about Scientology's extensive criminal history. This web site won't delve into the organization's criminal history to any extent however we will look at the organization's claims of being a religion (instead of a criminal enterprise) and their claims of being compatible with all other religions.

What this web site provides is quick and easy accesses to complete and accurate information that teachers, students, clergy, parishioners, relief workers (and anyone else who may fall victim to Scientology's latest scam) need to know before they're victimzed by Scientology.


- Scientology Caught Deliberately Disrupting Terrorist Relief Efforts
- Ground zero volunteer horrified by Scientology vultures
- Scientologist calls terrorist attack site 'prospect-rich environment'
- Terrorist Attacks and The Volunteer Minister Scam
- Charity Fraud: Red Cross comments upon Scientology trying to claim ties
- American Red Cross National Headquarters Statement on Internet Fraud
- Charity Fraud: Written Statement from the American Red Cross
- Charity Fraud: Sects Take New Disguise to Prey on Victims, MILS Warns
- Charity Fraud: FRANCE WARNS SECTS INFILTRATING AID, HEALTH SECTORS
- France on the Look-out for Post 9/11 Cults
- Scientology cult leader milks terrorist attacks for profit
- Scientologists invade hospital after terrorist attack
- Volunteer Minister scam: Where there is carrion, the vultures gather
- Scientology's Vulture Ministers at flood sites
- Chicago Sun-Times: Scientology's fraudulent 'Vulture Ministers'
- Subscriber writes to Mother Jones Magazine about Scientology Vultures
- The Scientologists: 'The pack of scum ought to disappear...'
- Human Rights activist's letter to Evansville Courier, Evansville, IN
- Salon.com Covers Birthday Bash for Dead Crime Boss
- The 2002 LRH Birthday Event was a bit of a bore this year.
- Letter to the Houston Chronicle - 'Harmful Treatment'
- Jailed for 10 years for looting among the debris of Ground Zero
- Scientology Founder's Family Life Far From What He Preached
- Scientology exposed on French TV
- How can people who presume to do good cause so much pain?
- Scientology Spokesperson's Propaganda Lacked Information
- Scientology Employs 'Suitable Guises' to Deceive People
- Scientology's Volunteer Ministers Trained to Lie
- Scientology 'Ministers' Routinely Lie Under Oath
- Scientology Supporter Caught Impersonating a U. S. Sky Marshall
- Human Rights Activist Report on Scientology's VM Flyer
- Scientology's Written 'Primary Governing' Policy: Make money
- Scientology -- Menace to Mental Health (Published 1968)
- Scientology's Volunteer Minister Earth-Ripping Advertisements
- A Scientologist Denounces Scientology's Latest VM Scam
- Eight Million 'Members' claim is an obvious lie
- Picket Report: Using 911 for Corporate Gain
- Separation of Church and Brain: Philadelphia Weekly
- Barbara Graham Writes to Pioneer Press About Scientology Vultures
- A city councilman's interesting response concerning Scientology fake front
- Barbara Graham Writes Letter Covering Ozzie Robert's Outrageous Article
- Napa Valley Register: Letter to the Editor Covers Scientology Fake Front
- Jim Beebe Sends A Letter to a Scientology Fake Front
- Scientology and Narconon -- Dr. Louis J. West Reports
- Sunday Mirror: Scientology Caught Pretending To Be Health Workers
- Scientology Enterprise Claims They Stop Crime Some How
- Scientology Vulture Ministers Exposed as a Dangerous Cult
- Pasadena Weekly Debunking Scientology - Debunking Tom Cruise
- 9/11: FOX Network Suckered In By Scientology Fraud
- Kim P Covers Scientology's Breaking-up of Families
- Scientology Orders Sister To Abandon Her Family
- Disaster industrial complex: New Orleans gripped by greed
- Scientology Tries To Release The Violently Mentally Ill
- FEMA Vs. Xenu -- George W. Bush's Savior? Radar Online
- Scientology Disrupts Relief Efforts In Aftermath Of Fires
- Scientology Tries To Racketeer Names of Victims in Aftermath
- The NCHRA Warns Hurricane Katrina Victims of Further Victimization
- New York Times: After the Storm, the Swindlers
- Scientology Vultures / Crooks Thrown out of Disaster Site
- Scientology Fake Fronts: Freak Shows of Fraud
- Scientology Orders Customers To Have Abortions
- JimDBB Comments on Scientology response to Death of a Scientologist
- Scientology's Volunteer Ministers Scam Called 'Leeches''
- Argus Leader, Sioux Falls, SD, 12/11/2002: Do your research
- Scientology Caught Forging Los Angeles Police Chief's Endorsement
- Scientology Volunteer Ministers Ordered to Leave Crisis Areas
- Misinformation can be hazardous to your mental health
- Early Scientology Scams: This Could Have Happened in GLENDALE
- 911: Scientology Crooks Get Exposed As Frauds
- Scientology Still Lies About Hubbard Sex Magic
- I joined the Church of Scientology's Guardians Office
- Scientology's Volunteer Ministers' Thrown Out of Moscow
- City Rejects Scientology Corporation's Dirty Money
- Scientology Laments Lack Of Motivation To Scam Others
- Barbara Graham Corrects 'Sign On San Diego' About Scientology Scam
- Scientology Crooks Play Pretend: We'll Stop Crime with Hubbard Science!
- Complaints about 'Soul Harvesting' Scientology crooks
- Affidavit of Sam Moskowitz: Scientology a deliberate fraud
- Scientologists Get Punk'd! - The brainwashing of America, Vol. 2
- Scientologists Get Punk'd! - How I Became A Scientologist
- Scientology Crooks Try to Make Money on Iraq Victims
- Scientologists find few sympathizers after latest revelations
- Scientology's Volunteer Ministers' World take-over Plans
- SF Gate: The Great Tom Cruise Backlash (Frothering Scientology Nutball)
- Planned Terrorism by Scientology in Greece
- Scientology VMs 'appropriated' the tents of the Italian civil protection
- Scientology's VM Fraud: The fiction in the yellow tent
- Scientology 'Volunteer Minister' actively participates in False Imprisonment
- In Extract: Tips for being a successful Volunteer Minister
- Scientology: Scrambling Brains
- Scientology's 'Volunteer Minister' scams Target Victims
- Mindhack: Denying Xenu in How I Was 'Handled' by Scientology
- Correcting St. Pete's Times' Scientology Lies and Deceptions
- Correcting St. Pete's Times' Scientology Lies and Deceptions
- Scientology Crooks Caught, Exposed, Ejected from Whyalla High School


- Lies Debunked: Citizens Commission on Human Rights The Scientology front group is talked about by the Scientology organization. The debunking of the claims follows along with detailed information of some of the other fake front groups the Scientology organization attempts to hide behind. You'll also find an amusing letter at Human Rights Activist writes to the CCHR Front Group.
- Lies Debunked: Fair Game One of the criminal enterprise's more notorious racketeering activities is known as "Fair Game" in accord with a written policy letter that L. Ron Hubbard wrote. Even though Fair Game remains fully in practice, the organization tries to deny they still engage in this racketeering activity. Here you'll find the organization's latest weak excuses along with the detailed debunking of their claims including detailed accounts by victims of Scientology's Fair Game policy.
- Lies Debunked: What moral codes do Scientologists live by? Well, here are the latest claims by the organization, any way. They change from year to year and from ringleader to ringleader. Included in the debunking are details about the morals of Scientology leaders who have been either shipped off to prison, fled the country to avoid prison, and are currently facing indictments for their "moral codes."
- Lies Debunked: How Does Scientology Work? You'll like this one. Here we see some of the more outrageous claims by the organization which are in effect just another one of their endless advertisements. We then look at the debunking of the notion that Scientology some how "works" to any extent beyond the well known placebo effect.
- Lies Debunked: What is Scientology's view on drugs? This is something of a rehash of other lies the organization routinely offers in regards to drugs -- illegal as well as legal. In the debunking we provide additional details about Scientology's insane and extremely harmful notions.
- Lies Debunked: Does Scientology believe one can exist outside of the body? It's no secret that Scientology hypnotizes its victims and makes them adopt false memories of past lives. Here we have the organization give some of their claims about such matters followed by the debunking which describes how the hypnotism and implantation of false memories works. We also provide a link to the False Memory Syndrome Foundation.
- Lies Debunked: Is Scientology open to anyone? Here's some of Scientology's latest claims about whether Scientology is actually "open" to anyone along with the usual debunking of their claims.
- Lies Debunked: OT 8 Document One of the more embarrasing problems Scientology has is the fact that many of their once secret writings have been made public thanks to the public domain nature of the judicial systems of the world. One such document has Scientology calling Jesus Chris a "lover of young boys." Scientology's claims about it are provided here along with a debunking of their claims. Since the organization has lately claimed it's a forgery, we'll include a copy of one version of the document here as well. Background information on OT8 and Hubbard's audio taped anti-Christian ideologies are available here on this web site at What Christians should Know about the "Church" of Scientology which also offers a description of some of the cultspeak words and phrases contained within the amazing "OT8" document.
- Lies Debunked: Can one make up his own mind about Scientology? Here's Scientology's claims on the metter along with the detailed debunking of the claim. Since the organization doesn't tell its victims what Scientology is until they've paid tens of thousands of dollars, you should find the organization's claims at least mildly amusing.
- Lies Debunked: Does Scientology hold any political views? Here's Scientology's latest claims about the subject together with the debunking of same.
- Lies Debunked: Prozac® Scientology's violent hatred of the mental health industry is about equal to their hatred of medical advances which solve millions of people's lives daily -- something Scientology's quack medical frauds can't do. Here are some of the Scientology organization's most insane nut ranting about one such drug along with a debunking offering a description of why Scientology violently hates these things.
- Lies Debunked: Does Scientology actively proselytize for new members? This one's milding interesting. Scientology's own claims about &quotrecruiting members" is debunked by showing how Scientology misleads and swindles its victims in bait-and-switch Ponzi-like bunko frauds.
- Lies Debunked: Do Scientologists Believe in Past Lives? Here's further explanations from Scientology about the false memory implantation of victims along with more debunking of their claims by offering information about their true beliefs, and about false memory implantation.
- Lies Debunked: Why is Scientology called a religion? Well, here's one of their attempts to make people think that Scientology is called a religion. Here you'll find that notion soundly debunked along with quotes from judicial findings, newspapers, and magazine investigative reporters who state unambiguously what Scientology actually is.
- Lies Debunked: Respect the religious beliefs of others As part of the never ending public relations effort to try to paint Scientology as a religion, the organization tries to express ideals of religious tolerance in the hopes that people who don't know better assume that Scientology is some how a religion itself. Here's one of those attempts along with the debunking of same.
- Lies Debunked: What is Scientology about? Here's a version of Scientology's explanation on what Scientology is all about along with a debunking using court documents and eye-witness testimony which says otherwise.
- Lies Debunked: What is the Sea Organization Parading around in little toy sailor suits looking like insane brainwashed robots, Scientology has a problem explaining their paramilitary arm known as the "Sea Org." Here is the organization's latest claims to explain-away that embarrassment along with a detailed debunking describing the history of the "Sea Org."
- Lies Debunked: Does Scientology have a scripture? This one's very amusing. At one time the Scientology organization had secret writings yet, thanks to the heroic efforts of Human Rights activists and Freedom of Speech activists, these secret writings -- many of which prove the criminal basis of Scientology's existance -- are secret no longer. Here you'll find Scientology's claims along with the debunking which includes the detailed description of many of the once secret documents which were either smuggled out of the criminal enterprise by ex-victims or were seized by Federal law enforcement officers over the years.
- Lies Debunked: What is a suppressive person? Scientology labels anyone who works to stop Scientology's criminal abuses "Suppressive Persons" or "SPs" for short. This labeling of Scientology's enemies used to be a secret yet now that the cat is out of the bag, Scientology has to try to justify themselves. Here you'll find one such attempt along with a debunking of the claims as well as some amusing information about how human rights and freesom of speech rights activists feel about such derogatory labels.
- Lies Debunked: Is man a spirit? Here's another attempt by the organization to try to pretend they're some how a religion. A debunking is also provided.
- Lies Debunked: Golden Era Productions Scientology likes to claim that it's a collective organization consisting of many different branches that are some how seporate corporations. One such front is the organization's publication arm which is tasked with modifying and publishing L. Ron Hubbard's writings and lectures. Here you'll find some claims along with a debunking of the claim that the corporations are seporate. Since this particular fake corporate shell is a "squirrel" front that alters Hubbard's more embarrasing writings, some information about what constitutes a "squirrel" is offered here.
- Lies Debunked: Scientology Staff Another embarrasing public relations nightmare for Scientology is the fact of their own child abuse, pressing children into what's in effect slave labor. Here you'll find that calling them "staff" it some how makes slavery okay. Here you'll find the debunking of the notion the children inside of Scientology can be considered "staff" along with information on what it means to Scientology victims when they're put "on staff."
- Lies Debunked: How did Scientology start? Here's Scientology's latest claims together with the debunking of their claims. There have been a wide variety of different stories coming out of the Scientology organization as to how the criminal enterprise started. We'll look at one such "shore story" and then we'll debunk that one. We also provide a link to Bare Faced Messiah which gives a much more detailed examination into the history of Hubbard, Dianetics, Scientology, and the criminal enterprise he created.
- Lies Debunked: George Orwell This one is mildly amusing. L. Ron Hubbard is said to have made a bar bet with another science fiction writer about how the real way to make a million bucks is to start a religion. While Hubbard didn't start a religion, he certainly started something. Here's the organization's claims followed by the debunking of their claims.
- Lies Debunked: Free Speech - SNOW WHITE PROGRAM - U.S.A. This is a classic; a must read. Here you will find some amazing whoppers by the Scientology crime syndicate attempting to explain why they engaged in domestic terrorism and espionage in the famous "Operation Snow White" case which resulted in 11 of the syndicate's ringleaders going to prison. Here you will also find the debunking of the claims complete with background on what "Operation Snow Which" was and is -- the operation has apparently and by all externial indications never been canceled.
- Lies Debunked: Operation Snow White After decades of denying "Operation Snow White," eventually the organization attempted to contrive what they call a "Shore Story" to explain their criminal history. Here you will find another great classic series of massive fibs along with the debunking of those fibs. Of particular note is the appeal to the unbelievably insane notion that one has to be a Scientologist to be able to understand the need to engage in the terrorism and espionage "Operation Snow White" calls for.
- Lies Debunked: ANP Wire on Swedish Recognition of Scientology The Scientology organization is desperate for recognition as a real religion around the world, working endlessly to try to overcome its criminal basis for existance and its well known criminal history. When some country allows the criminal enterprise to conduct weddings, the organization likes to pretend that means they are some how "recognized" as if they were a real religion. Here you'll find some of the syndicate's latest claims along with the debunking of those claims.
- Lies Debunked: Operation Snow White - FOIA Here you will find the Scientology crime syndicate demanding that there were "socially significant ramifications" to their terrorism and domestic espionage. You'll also find the organization once again trying to justify their criminal basis. You'll also find the solid debunking of these claims.
- Lies Debunked: Operation Snow White - Germany Another classic: Here you have the Scientology organization once again trying to justify its terrorist activities under the absurd notion that they did it to uncover supposed lies "governments" make about them. Ironically the syndicate's actions proves all of the allegations law enforcement agencies and intelligence agencies make about the criminal enterprise. Here also you'll find the debunking of those claims.
- Lies Debunked: Operation Snow White - Portugal Here's a wonderful classic. The criminal enterprise was conducting criminal activities in Portugal and lying about who they were and what they were doing in Portugal. The local citizens knew that there was something wrong with the American boat tied up at the docks and they assumed it was a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) plot of some kind, not knowing it was organized crime. Here you'll find the organization talking about that incident. You'll also find the debunking of those claims along with information about what actually happened extracted from the book "Bare Faced Messiah." You'll also find a link to a fully-indexed copy of that book online.
- Lies Debunked: What does the Scientology symbol mean? This one's only mildly amusing though it can be somewhat informative. Here you'll find the organization trying to come up with some reasonable explanation for one of their logos. Here also you'll find a debunking of the claims.
- Lies Debunked: The Scientology religion Here's an advertisement by the Scientology organization once again trying to claim that it's some how a religion. You'll find the debunking of that claim here as well.
- Lies Debunked: Live with the truth Here we have a public relations piece by L. Ron Hubbard being quoted by the Scientology organization. This is something of a classic because here you'll find L. Ron Hubbard making the freakishly bizarre claim that there's more than one truth and that what's true is "what's true for you." In the debunking, we'll take a look at just how well the Scientology organization -- and L. Ron Hubbard -- meets these "ethical and moral standards."
- Lies Debunked: Scientology Doesn't Advocate Genocide One of the Scientology organization's more embarrassing public relations nightmares is a written policy by their mad messiah L. Ron Hubbard which calls for the extermination of tens of millions of innocent people who, Scientology demands, should be "disposed of quietly and without sorrow." Here you'll find the Scientology organization's attempts to fib their way out of this embarrassment along with the solid debunking of those claims.
- Lies Debunked: How do Scientologists view life? Here's a bit of wishful thinking from the Scientology organization on what they would like to believe is how Scientologists view life. The debunking of these claims includes a detailed examination of comments made by people who were in the organization for years -- some times decades -- who give a truthful representation of how Scientologists really view life. In brief, Scientologists are conditioned to be paranoid and fearful of the real world, adopting an "us against them" cult-like delusional mentality.
- Lies Debunked: L. Ron Hubbard was a War Hero Scientology routinely demands that their mad messiah L. Ron Hubbard was a war hero and that the documentation they acquired from the Navy through the Freedom of Information Act are forgeries. Here we'll take a look at the organization's amusing claims and then in the debunking of their claims we'll take a look at what the Navy documentation actually has to say about this pathological lying con man messiah.
- Lies Debunked: What Is Scientology? Since the truth about Scientology has become widely known outside of the organization, there has been an extensive public relations program by the organization to try to fib their way out of the embarrassing facts. The organization's claims about what constitutes Scientology changes from year to year and, because the claims are often so vague and untestable, the claims change from claimant to claimant. Here you'll find one version of what the organization wants people to think Scientology is. You'll find the debunking of these claims here as well.
- Lies Debunked: The Way to Happiness One of the more massive advertisements and public relations efforts by the criminal enterprise is the publication and dissemination of a little booklet they call "The Way To Happiness." This is an atempt by the organization to "get a foot in the door" in many ways by publishing something that's basically just a few common sense notions that everybody already agrees with anyway. Here you'll find the criminal enterprise's latest summation of the booklet along with the debunking of the booklet.
- Lies Debunked: Scientology Wants a World Without War or Crime Scientology claims that its all for "a world without war or crime." One's left wondering why Scientology has such a massive criminal history and continues to engage in unending racketeering and human rights abuses. Here you'll find an excellent summary of the phenomena called "Why So Many Criminals in Scientology?"
- Lies Debunked: Scientologists' Families As part of the organization's publc relations attempts to overcome its history of destroying families, the organization has come up with a set of common lies, some of which are provided here. Also here are the debunking of those claims.
- Lies Debunked: How does Scientology view marriage and the family? More public relations lies by the organization trying to make people forget about Scientology's tradition of destroying families. Here you'll find something of a repeat of the organization's claims followed by a detailed debunking including detailed about L. Ron Hubbard and his bigamy as well as information about the child abuse children inside of Scientology are subjected to on a daily basis.
- Lies Debunked: FOIA Booklet The Freedom of Information Act was an Act which Scientology campaigned for in order to get Navy records of their mad messiah L. Ron Hubbard. Once the Act passed, Scientology obtained those records and, because they found out Hubbard was a con man and a liar, Scientology labeled the records "forgeries." Here's some claims by the criminal enterprise as well as a debunking of the claims.
- Lies Debunked: FOIA Supporters Some additional lies by the organization as well as a rehash of old ones is provided here along with the debunking of same.
- Lies Debunked: Spiritual Freedom Scientology routinely demands that it has the right to engage in criminal activities as a matter of religious freedom, evening going so far as to claim they had the right to kill Lisa McPherson because she was a follower. At the same time Scientology denies many Scientologists the right to practice Scientology unless they pay up big money. Here we find the organization quoting their mad messiah. Here we also find detailed debunkings of any claims Scientology makes about religious or spiritual freedom of fellow Scientologists -- unless they fork over their money. Here you will also find what Judges have to say about Scientology's criminality disguised as religion.
- Lies Debunked: Does Scientology have a concept of God? One of the more amusing attempts by the organization to lie its way out of an embarrassing truth is offered here. The debunking of the claims offers details about Scientology's notions that gods were created by the Galactic Ruler named Xenu as an "implant" video movie shown to his galactic citizens.
- Lies Debunked: Does Scientology recognize good and evil? Scientology's sociopathic notions of good and evil are offered here in the organization's own spokesperson's mouth. Also offered here is the debunking of those claims with information on what motivates Scientology (here's a hint: It's money.)
- Lies Debunked: Five decades of growth More Scientology advertising is provided here so that it can be debunked. The organization likes to claim that it has as many followers as the Mormon brand of Christianity. What makes this criminal enterprise think they can get away with such outrageous claims?
- Lies Debunked: Why is Scientology Opposed to Psychiatry? Scientology ringleaders hate the mental health profession with a violent passion that calls for, well, professional treatment. Here you'll find some of the organization's insane claims along with the debunkings of those claims.
- Lies Debunked: Why do Scientologists want to help people? Here's another one of those rhetorical advertisements along with the systematic debunking of the claims. To all external indications, the only thing that Scientology wants to help people out with is to extract from them every last penny they can earn, borrow, beg, or steal, relieving them of the worry and responsibility of solvency.
- Lies Debunked: What religious holidays do Scientologists celebrate? This one's more informative more than the usual string of lies. The notion that Scientologists are free to have religious beliefs is debunked here. Some background into how the organization's remaining followers celebrate the birthday of their mad messiah L. Ron Hubbard is also offered.
- Lies Debunked: How do people get into Scientology? Nobody signs up for Scientology's bait-and-switch frauds knowing what they're buying before hand. Because of this the organization has created numerous fake fronts to hide their true identity behind. This information provides the organization's latest lies which is then followed by the debunking which describes some of the ways people fall victim to Scientology.
- Lies Debunked: L. Ron Hubbard Everybody outside of Scientology seem to know L. Ron Hubbard's amusing and highly embarrassing history. This one is a series of claims that you might find amusing, followed by a debunking containing the history of L. Ron Hubbard and numerous links to court documents which show that Hubbard was nothing but an insane con man crook with delusions of godhood.
- Lies Debunked: Is Scientology like hypnotism? This one's kind of interesting since there is some indication as to the quack medical frauds the organization inflicts upon its unwitted victims. Here you'll find the organization's claims along with some very useful debunkings complete with information about the brainwashing which goes on inside of the organization.
- Lies Debunked: In Scientology does one have to sacrifice one's individuality? One of the biggest public relations nightmares Scientology suffers from is the blank minds and eyes of its remaining followers, victims of the organization's own monetary predations. As victims' personalities are subsumed in favor of L. Ron Hubbard's, followers exhibit marked lack of individual will. Here's some of the organization's attempts to lie their way out of their problem along with a debunking of the claim.
- Lies Debunked: Scientology Is Compatable with Christianity Scientology claims it's not anti-Christian and yet an examination of the organization's once secret writings prove otherwise. Here you will find some of the organization's claims along with the debunking of the claim consisting of a series of information titled, "What Christians Should Know About Scientology."
- Lies Debunked: Charles Manson Another embarrasing problem for Scientology is the fact that so many of its followers are driven insane by Scientology's quack proceedures. A cople of them are as notorious as Charles Manson. Here you will find the organization's attempt to deny that Manson took Scientology "courses" along with the debunking of the claim. Carl Sagan in "Demon Haunted World" noted that L. Ron Hubbard had developed a written procedure for driving people insane, incidentally. Sagan was right.
- Lies Debunked: Marital statistics Another traditional Scientology lie is that Scientologists some how have a better marriage track record than any other "religion." Setting aside the fact that Scientology isn't a religion, here we find the organization's claims along with some debunking of the claim. We also get a look at personal testimony from victims of Scientology who were ordered to divorce their spouses.
- Lies Debunked: Mind Control A large number of Scientology lies are presented here by the organization about how Scientology some how isn't brainwashing and about how the organization some how stops other vague "enemies of mankind" from conducting "mind control." After the organization's claims, you'll find the debunking of those amusing claims.
- Lies Debunked: Membership increase Here are some more of the organization's attempts to try to make people think that the Scientology organization is some how growing despite all external indications. The debunking of the claims is also provided.
- Lies Debunked: Why does Scientology have ministers? The notion of "ministers" was added to the criminal enterprise late in the organization's history. Here you will find the organization's claims followed by a history of Scientology debunking the claims. You'll find descriptions of when and why Scientology started pretending it had ministers, one such descrption coming from one-time second in command Mr. Jesse Prince who was at the head of the organization's public relations scheme to pretend they have ministers.
- Lies Debunked: Minton outburst A really big problem for Scientology is the large number of Human Rights and Freedom of Speech Rights activists which routinely picket and protest against Scientology's criminal racketeering activities. Here you'll find a sample of what the organization calls "Dead Agenting" against one such activist along with the debunking of the hate rant. You'll also find a link to the official Mr. Robert Minton web site which contains an incomplete history of this Human Rights activist's efforts to stop Scientology's criminal abuses.
- Lies Debunked: Why is Scientology a church? Here you will find more public relations appeals to the public to try to get recognized as a real church and a real religion. You'll also find the debunking of such claims.
- Lies Debunked: Does Scientology believe in charity and welfare? More public relations claims is presented by the organization along with the debunking of those claims. You'll find out what the term "downstat" means to the ringleaders and followers of Scientology and why charity and welfare are "downstat."
- Lies Debunked: Children Here you will find claims by the Scientology organization about raising children. Though the Scientology organization won't mention it, the debunking of those claims show that Hubbard (and thus Scientology) consider children to be "adults in little bodies" and as such they should be treated as adults (which has included the defending of rapists.) You'll also find details about Hubbard's kidnapping of his own daughter when Hubbard abandoned one of his wives.
- Lies Debunked: Why has Scientology sometimes been considered controversial? Here's one of the more amusing attempts by the organization to try to explain their way out of the fact that Scientology is considered to be a criminal enterprise the world over. Here also you will find the debunking of the claims along with numerous links to information covering Scientology's vast and extensive criminal history and contemporary criminal activities.
- Lies Debunked: Safe: Why Are You Hiding From The Truth!? Scientologists who tell the truth about the Scientology organization are viciously attacked by the organization's ringleaders. Here you will find a sample of the hatred Scientology has for Scientologists who don't follow orders along with the debunking of Scientology's claims in regards Mr. Safe's and Theta8808's "Criminal Time Track" document which enumerates Scientology's criminal history.
- Lies Debunked: Theta8808 Another Scientologist by the name of Theta8808 is visciously attacked by the Church of Scientology. Any Scientologist who dares to discuss the Scientology organization's criminal history becomes victims of the type of hatred the Scientology organization publically publishes here. Also here you will find the debunking of Scientology's hate-motivated viscious lies against Scientologists.
- Lies Debunked: What is the Scientology cross? Scientology tells people that their crossed-out cross isn't a symbol of anti-Christian ideology. Here you will find the organization trying to come up with what Scientology calls a "shore story" to try to lie their way out of another one of L. Roln Hubbard's embarrassing jokes. Here also you will find the debunking of Scientology's double-cross.
- Lies Debunked: What is Dianetics? Descriptions about what Dianetics is and is not changes from year to year and it has often been a matter of which Scientology spokesperson is speaking as to what Dianetics is supposed to be. In fact the description of what Dianetics is changes depending upon who Scientology is talking to at the time. Here you'll find one version of what Dianetics is supposed to be from one of the organization's latest spokespeople. Here also you will find the debunking of the claims along with detailed information about what "Dianetics" has actually been over the years.
- Lies Debunked: In what way does Scientology differ from other religions? Scientology has run a never-ending public relations battle to try to make people think it's some how a religion. Here you will find some of the organization's latest claims along with a somewhat brief debunking. Scientology only wants your money and they'll say any lie to get it.
- Lies Debunked: Different between Scientology & Dianetics Within the Scientology organization there's no difference between the quack medical fraud known as "Dianetics" and the financial fraud known as "Scientology." To the outside world, however, the organization tries to depict the two as some how being seporate entities. Here you will find the criminal enterprise's latest claims along with a detailed debunking of the claims containing a history of the collective criminal enterprise known as "Scientology."
- Lies Debunked: Disconnection One of the major human rights abuses Scientology engages in is the brainwashing of its victims and the ordering of its brainwashed victims to "disconnect" from their family members and other loved ones. Here you will find the Scientology organization trying to come up with excuses for their inhuman ideology known within the organization as "disconnection." You will also find here the debunking of those excuses along with personal testimony of ex-Scientologists who have been ordered to "disconnect," testimony from family members, and testimony from friends.
Lies Debunked: Do Scientologists Use Doctors? Scientology engages in a number of dangerous and deadly quack medical practices which were contrived by their mad messiah L. Ron Hubbard. Maimings and homicides is common within Scientology due to these quack medical frauds as well as due to the organization's insane hatred of the mental health industry. Here you will find just a few of the organization's claims along with the debunking of those claims.
Lies Debunked: Scientologists In the Know Scientology doesn't tell its followers what Scientology is really about until victims have been subjected to years of brainwashing and, of course, until victims have paid tens of thousands of dollars to purchase the "secret scriptires." Scientologists also aren't told about the Scientology organization's criminal history and criminal activities. Here you will find the Scientology organization lying about how its victims do in fack know these things and, despite knowing what Scientology is really all about, allow themselves to be victimzed anyway. Here also you will find the detailed debunking of these obvious lies.
Lies Debunked: Does one really need Scientology to do well in life? Advertisements for the vague miracle cure known as "Scientology" are common. Here's one such advertisement. Note that the organization does not inform prospective customers the fact that everybody is infested with invisible murdered space aliens called "Body Thetans" anywhere in any of their advertisements. You'll find the debunking of this advertisement here as well.
Lies Debunked: Scientologists - drug free Scientology lies to pretend that it's an effective leader in the fight against drug addiction -- and all of humanity's problems, in fact. Here are a few of the organization's lies. You'll note that the organization always pulls fake numbers out of thin air making vague claims and never once providing scientific, peer-reviewed claims. Some additional debunkings are provided here along with links to detailed information about the criminal enterprise's quack medical fraud known as "NarCONon."
- Lies Debunked: The E-Meter is a Scientifically Proven Device The device Scientology uses to scrape off the invisible murdered space alien fragments called "Body Thetans" that infest humans is called an "e-meter." Scientolog has made all kinds of quack medical fraud claims about the device and got slapped down good and hard by the Food and Drug Adminstration because of it. Here you will find some of the latest claims being made about the "e-meter" by the organization. You will also find the debunking of the e-meter along with a judge's ruling about the quack medical fraud device.
Lies Debunked: Scientology Expansion One of the more amusing public relations projects Scientology continually runs is a campaign among its remaining followers to try to make them think that Scientology's followers is some how growing. This in spite of the fact that the followers can simply look around them at the always empty offices and know it's obvious lies. Here's some of the organization's latest claims along with the debunking of the claims with some background investigative efforts to see how many followers are left.
Lies Debunked: What does Scientology accomplish? The Scientology organization has fought for 40 years to be recognized as a real church and a real religion. The organization's public relations efforts consistantly fail due to the organization's routine exposure in the media and in the courts as a criminal organization, however. Here you will find one of the organization's traditional appeals to be considered a religion by people outside of the organization. You will also find the debunking of the claims.
Lies Debunked: Scientologists are active in their communities Part of the constant public relations appeals to the public to be considered a real church and a real religion, the orgainzation attempts to depict itself as "active in the community." Here you will find some more of the organization's public relations appeals as well as the debunking of the claims.
Lies Debunked: Community Activities Here you will find more of the organization's public relations claims to try to depict themselves as a real religion. You'll also find the debunking of those claims.
Lies Debunked: South African Recognition of Scientology One of the things the Scientology organization does is try to make people believe that they're recognized as a real religion in many countries and to that end the organization finds excuses to make the claim. The truth, however, is that Scientology is not officially recognized as a religion in most countries, and rarely in any of the countries they routinely claim to be.
Lies Debunked: Scientology Helped Educate Millions of African Children When Time Magazine published their detailed exposure of Scientology's criminal basis for existance in The Thriving Cult of Greed and Power Scientology published an extensive series of lies to try to counter that exposure. One of their most notable lies was the claim that the organization had helped to educate over a million African children. Over the years that lie has grown considerably. Here you will find those claims along with the debunking of the claims which includes a letter from an official in Africa.
Lies Debunked: Scientology's aims and objectives The stated goals and aims of the Scientology organization changes over the years and are also different depending upon who the target audience is. Here are some of the organization's routine claims along with the debunking of same. Additionally some of the organization's real goals is offered here backed up with actual once-secret internal documentation.
Lies Debunked: Apostates The Scientology organization has lately started calling people who leave their criminal enterprise "apostates" with the notion that Scientology is some how a religion and that people who leave it have religious differences. Here you will find the organization demanding that the testimony of victims of Scientology should be ignored. You will also find the debunking of their claims.
Lies Debunked: ARMSTRONG - Faulty Researcher Gerry Armstrong was L. Ron Hubbard's official researcher for Hubbard's biography and, after many years of being inside Scientology and after researching documentation which proved L. Ron Hubbard was a con man and a liar, Mr. Armstrong left Scientology, taking a lot of embarrassing evidence with him. After making the truth about Hubbard public, the Scientology organization "Fair Gamed" Mr. Armstrong and launched a massive "Dead Agent" campaign to try to silence him. The organization was unsuccessful yet as you'll see here, that doesn't stop Scientology from continuing to lie about him. Here you will find the debunking of Scientology's claims as well as the criminal organization's usual lies.
Lies Debunked: Is Scientology all based on one man's work? Scientology wants people to believe that Scientology's claims are some how scientific when in fact L. Ron Hubbard, David Mayo, and a number of other unfortunate individuals contrived their notions from science fiction stories and while heavily stoned on a varety of drugs. Here you will find one of the Scientology organization's more amusing claims along with the debunking of their claims.
Lies Debunked: What benefits can one get from Scientology? In the past the Scientology organization has been slapped down by Federal, Local, and State law enforcement agencies for making all kinds of quack medical claims. Even the Food and Drug Administration slapped the crooks down for making outrageous claims about their "e-meter." Here you will find some of the organization's latest claims along with their debunking including links to the court documents which accurately describes the organization's "e-meter."
Lies Debunked: Does Scientology believe in brotherly love? One of the many questions that get asked of Scientology is the question "where is love on the 'tone scale?'" Since L. Ron Hubbard was motivated by criminal greed and not love, finding quotes from Hubbard which talks about it favorably is rather difficult. Here you will find the Scientology organization's "answer" to the question along with the debunking consisting of quotes from L. Ron Hubbard that Scientology doesn't want you to know about.
Lies Debunked: Brainwashing debunked Scientology likes to demand that there's no such thing as brainwashing and at the same time they like to demand that the mental health industry engages in brainwashing. Here's one of the organization's more amusing lies along with the debunking of same.

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