Here's an amazing hour-long audio featuring Tory Christman, Professor
Dave Touretzky and Gerry Armstrong. Christman was a follower of the
cult for 30 years, Carnigie Mellon Professor Touretzky has been a good
solid thorn in the cult's side for many years, and Armstrong was L.
Ron Hubbard's biographer who is responsible for exposing a large pile
of Hubbard's personal documents that the cult's current ringleaders
still try to keep hidden from the public.
The statements by Tom Cruise has given much momentum to another fresh
look at the destructiveness of this criminal, very destructive cult.
Thanks to Cruise's comments, another look at what Scientology's customers
are expected to believe and do -- or not do -- is taking place around
the world where the odd Scientology business offices remain open,
usually after experiencing raids and criminal indictments for espionage
and larceny -- such as in Madrid, Spain.
People who are slowly brainwashed -- at great expense -- into eventually
believing that they are infested with invisible murdered space aliens
called "Body Thetans" can be expected to have mental difficulties, and
exhibit the type of behavior Tom Cruise has been exhibiting. That in
itself isn't actually a problem: people can do whatever they want to
themselves. What is a problem is when they advocate notions that are
dangerous or deadly -- such as Cruise's outrageous statements about not
needing medication to work through physical, emotional, or psychological
difficulties such as those experienced with post-partum depression.
Then the outrageous, totally _wrong_ notions from such individuals gets
looked at and widely denounced least people actually believe Scientology's
bizarre, unscientific, dangerous notions and die because of it. http://www.torymagoo.org/ http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/
Professor Dave T.'s web pages I don't recall the URL for.