Look Out! The Scientologists Have Set Up Shop On YouTube!

By Mark O’Neill

Not content with torturing us with Tom Cruise bouncing up and down on Oprah’s couch and also lecturing us on what manic depression is REALLY about (thanks Tom for giving me the “truth” about my illness), the Church of Scientology has apparently decided it now needs a bigger platform and so it has set up shop on YouTube. Oh dear God.

And so starting from now, if you want your daily dose of brainwashing, you can just head on over to the Scientology YouTube Channel. So far, no sign of Tom, but he’s probably just hiding in the closet.

But it seems that the Scientologists don’t tolerate free speech because they have disabled commenting on ALL their YouTube videos. They also don’t seem to want their content to be spread around the net because they have also disabled the “embed” feature for most of their videos. A damn shame. I wonder what they’re afraid of? People’s real opinions of them perhaps?

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11 Responses to Look Out! The Scientologists Have Set Up Shop On YouTube!

  1. Ten years ago I lost two band mates (and good friends) to $cientology (or Co$). One joined up with the Sea Org and summarily disappeared, and the other was last known to be working in one of the Ohio orgs. I had the good fortune to almost immediately recognize that Co$ was only interested in my money and escaped any serious harm. I sincerely hope my friends have been able to do the same by now…

  2. Ten years ago I lost two band mates (and good friends) to $cientology (or Co$). One joined up with the Sea Org and summarily disappeared, and the other was last known to be working in one of the Ohio orgs. I had the good fortune to almost immediately recognize that Co$ was only interested in my money and escaped any serious harm. I sincerely hope my friends have been able to do the same by now…

  3. $cientology was founded by con artist and lame sci-fi hack L. Ron Hubbard. He said that "to really get rich you have to create a religion", so he set out to do just that, basing his new "church" on the proven Amway pyramid scheme.

    His success isn't any different, really, from that of the Mormons, or the Catholics. $cientology isn't the problem. Religion is the problem.

    Read "The God Delusion" by Richard Dawkins.

  4. $cientology was founded by con artist and lame sci-fi hack L. Ron Hubbard. He said that “to really get rich you have to create a religion”, so he set out to do just that, basing his new “church” on the proven Amway pyramid scheme.

    His success isn’t any different, really, from that of the Mormons, or the Catholics. $cientology isn’t the problem. Religion is the problem.

    Read “The God Delusion” by Richard Dawkins.

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