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Gerry Armstrong in Moscow

Post by ArnieLerma » Sat Dec 16, 2017 1:25 am

Old friend Gerry Armstrong, was in Moscow a month back, explaining to the Russian Duma (Thier parliament) the dangers of scientology.

The Russians are coming down hard on cults of all kinds.
Raiding scientology locations repetitively over 6 years.

2011: See See


Of course perhaps I do have an axe to grind, and find these raids in Russia immensely pleasing to watch, having been raided BY scientology in 1995 after posting XENU to the Internet, which ended up on over 200 web sites across the world.

See Video #4 ... 5NisWysd4Q

MY reasons based on 25 years of independent reasearch for banning scientology: ... e-fat-man/

Thank you for reading, I will now return control to your normal programming.

(Insert sinister laugh track here)

"Some animals are more equal than others" George Orwell, Animal FarmGerry Armstrong from his site:(From a prior visit that no one told you about)

"My advice to Russia is to consider assembling from your vast and intellectually wealthy and powerful nation a group or network of good minds and hearts — academics, religious scholars, psychology professionals, intelligence professionals — to focus on and study specifically the Scientology organization. If it is found that the organization is a malignancy, then form an opposition. Penetrate and elucidate – for Russia and the world — this organization, its Suppressive Person doctrine, and the covert war on good people it engenders.

Scientology is a peculiarly American malignancy. Orders come from the U.S. to Russia, and intelligence information flows from Russia to the U.S. A Russian group, formed officially to study the Scientology organization, would, I believe, generate a dialog about Scientology with the U.S on the highest level. When people at the highest level criticize Scientology, the war on SPs will be ended." ... onage.html

'The term “Total Espionage” in the title of this report, “Scientology, the Cult of Total Espionage,” comes from the book Total Espionage, by Curt Reiss, published in 1941. The book was one that Hubbard had Scientologists study in training them in intelligence procedures. Because of the dominance and pervasiveness of intelligence activities inside the organization, and in relation to the outside world, it is accurate to call Scientology a cult, or “religion,” of total espionage.'
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