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Monday, October 29, 2007

Boycott Tom Cruise and his movies!

Tom Cruise and Scientomogy.com

1. Tom Cruise earns his income from acting in movies.

2. Tom Cruises uses his wealth and fame to spread the gospel of L. Ron Hubbard, which gospel includes these tenets:

A. L. Ron Hubbard is God. He is considered to have been the reincarnation of Buddha.

B. Man's problems stems from Body Thetans (BT's) and these BT's were caused by an evil galactic overlord.

C. For $360,000 and perhaps 10 - 20 years of your life, Scientology can rid you of Body Thetans. In OT VIII, you will reportedly cognate that L. Ron Hubbard is God or the anti-christ. OT8 is a little tough reading considering L Ron Hubbard was hopped up plenty of psychedelic drugs along with pinks, greys and rum when he wrote it.

D. Psychiatry is evil. Scientology is engaged in an ethnic cleansing program against psychiatry and psychiatrists. Scientology wishes to financially destroy and imprison psychiatrists and to outlaw psychiatry. Scientology calls psychology the "cousin of psychiatry" and intends also to destroy psychology and to imprison psychologists.

E. Scientology has the intent to destroy psychiatry and to make itself the sole provider of mental health on the planet. Scientology's mental health program is a $360,000 therapy based around Body Thetans.

F. Tom Cruise believes in an alien named Xenu and is taught in OT3, which turns out to be the core belief in Scientology. This is the reason Scientology charges hundreds of thousands of dollars for auditing - To get rid of all the space cooties attached to your body.

3. Tom is the largest single financial contributor to Scientology at $3.5 million and counting.

4. There are dozens of documented lies told by L. Ron Hubbard told and Tom Cruise is either ignorant of them or perhaps helps to cover them up. For example, Hubbard claimed to have won two Purple Hearts in WWII when he never saw one single day of combat. In fact, Hubbard claimed to have won 29 medals in WWII, including the Bronze Star. This "stolen valor" is a disgrace and yet Tom Cruise, who played an American Navy aviator in Top Gun, has never denounced Hubbard for this horrendous lie of claiming twice to have been wounded in combat. This does not make Tom Cruise a friend of the US Military, the men and women of whom are even now fighting and dying in Iraq. It is clear that Tom Cruise, like LRH before him, is eager to drape himself in the glory, suffering, and blood of the US military if it will help him make millions of dollars, increase his fame, and spread the Gospel of Scientology.

LRH also claimed to have been a nuclear physicist when in fact he was a college drop-out. More significantly, LRH was an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest ever domestic espionage case in American history in which eleven of Hubbard's top aides went to prison while Hubbard remained in hiding. Astonishingly, while L. Ron Hubbard declared a jihad on psychiatry, the San Luis Obispo coroner found the psychiatric drug Vistaril in Hubbard's blood during a post-mortem exam. The lies in Hubbard's life go on and on and on. Does Tom Cruise want to know the truth about LRH? Or can Tom Cruise not handle the truth about LRH?

5. If you pay to see MI3, some of the money Tom Cruise receives will make its way to Scientology and will help to finance Scientology's disturbing goals furthering the teachings of L. Ron Hubbard, a man whose lies have been repeatedly exposed. Tom Cruise is either ignorant of Hubard's dozens of major lies or chooses to sweep them under the rug as a dutiful Scientologist. Hubbard's teachings shockingly include a clear call for a genocide against all people who are at 2.0 or below on Hubbard's Tone Scale and who cannot be raised above 2.0 by Scientology processing. Does Tom Cruise know about Hubbard's call for genocide or does he participate in some kind of cover up?

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This is not even a boycott per se. It is simply about making a choice to spend your entertainment dollar to watch a great movie that stars an actor who is more humane and compassionate than Tom Cruise. It is about calling Tom Cruise to account for his hostile attitudes towards non-Scientologists who do not share his belief in L. Ron Hubbard as God, his faith in Scientology's teachings, or his insistence that people should not be allowed to make their own medical choices based upon the advice of their own doctor and their own research.

This has nothing to do with hurting the movie industry or the people in front of the camera or behind the camera. This is only about Tom Cruise and his attempts to force his very dangerous religious beliefs upon the public. For example, people have expressed concern for Katie Holmes and the "quiet birth" of Suri that L. Ron Hubbard insisted upon. That should not concern people. What should concern people is that Hubbard taught, and Hubbard's word is sacred scripture in Scientology, that infants must be fed a mixture of barley water and honey. It is a medical fact that it is very dangerous to feed babies honey as their bodies can't break down honey. Yet Hubbard taught that babies be fed honey and barley water instead of being breastfed as Nature intended. Hubbard also taught that cigarette smoking was good for the body as it "ran out" radiation and incipient cancers. Look, Tom Cruise can believe whatever he wants, but one can easily see that Hubbard's dangerous "nutritional" advice for infants could harm Tom and Katie's new baby.

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This action is meant simply to send Tom Cruise a message: The public does not support the goals of Scientology nor your behavior. For example, it was wrong of you to publicly condemn Brooke Shields for using anti-depressants to treat her post-partum depression. Tom, who are you to think less of Brooke Shields? You are not a medical doctor. Psychiatrists, however, are medical doctors, Tom. They are qualified to diagnose and treat medical problems such as depression and you are not Mr. Cruise!

Scientology is dead wrong when it says that there is no science behind psychiatry. Scientology is also dead wrong when it says that it is a science. Despite the facts, Tom Cruise says that psychiatry is a fiction and that Scientology is a science. Tom Cruise can believe whatever he wants; the problem is that he is forcing his beliefs on people and he may even harm people by convincing them not to take the medicines their doctors prescribed. It is not acceptable for an actor to give medical advice nor to condemn an entire field of medicine based upon his very esoteric religious beliefs, which beliefs concern themselves with Body Thetans and Xenu.

Tom Cruise can put an end to this whole matter in the next few weeks by making a very simple public statement to the effect that he supports the right of each person to make medical choices appropriate to their own lives and that he does not support Scientology's goal to destroy psychiatry, financially ruin and imprison psychiatrists, and make Scientology the only mental health care provider on Earth. If Tom can't do this, then the public needs to know that Tom Cruise supports these goals of Scientology.

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Essentially, what is being said is that the public loves movies and movie stars. We always have and always will. And we have choices of which movies and which movie stars we want to pay our money to see. What has happened is that Tom Cruise the shrill Scientologist has eclipsed Tom Cruise the actor. Thus, Tom won't be believable as Ethan Hunt in MI3 because the audience will be thinking of Tom the Scientologist who yelled at Brooke Shields, called Matt Lauer glib and insinuated that he was stupid, and jumped on Oprah's sofa.

MI3 may well determine Tom's career as a movie star. If Tom wants a fight with the public over our right to make our own health care decisions, then this is not really an actor whose next movie we care to see. If Tom wants to argue with the public that psychiatry is not a science but that Scientology is, people will doubt his intellect and wonder if he has gone off the deep end.

To Don Carlo's point, there are other great movies and great stars. People can buy a movie ticket at a cineplex to see any number of movies, Instead of plopping down your hard-earned money to see Tom Cruise and thereby help support Scientology and it aims, you can just go into a different theater at the cineplex. Go enjoy some popcorn, a movie, and a movie star that you like more than Tom Cruise and Scientology.

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We as consumers of movies have choices. When we find actors to be personally offensive, we don't pay money to see their movies. The producers of MI3 knew they were taking a risk when, after watching Tom Cruise hijack the publicity tour of WOTW, still decided to green light MI3. That decision is not the public's responsibility. We owe the producers of MI3 nothing. If anything, they need to set boundaries for Tom and not allow him and Scientology to hijack MI3 as happened with WOTW.





TOM CRUISE AND ANYONE ELSE THAT IS IN SCIENTOLOGY OR THINKING ABOUT JOINING THIS CULT HAS TO SIGN THIS AGREEMENT AND GENERAL RELEASE




Church of Scientology
Flag Service Organization
(hereinafter referred to as "the Church")
Agreement and General Release
Regarding Spiritual Assistance

1. I, ___________________________________, recognize, acknowledge and agree that I am exclusively responsible for my present and future condition in life and for the choices and decisions I make affecting my life. With that in mind, and solely of my own volition and in the independent exercise of my own free will, I am voluntarily signing and submitting to CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY ___________________________________ (hereinafter the "Church") this AGREEMENT AND GENERAL RELEASE REGARDING SPIRITUAL ASSISTANCE (hereinafter this "Contract") so that, upon its acceptance by the Church, I may participate in Scientology Religious Services and spiritual assistance under the terms, conditions, covenants, waivers and releases I agree to by signing this contract, and by doing so, I specifically acknowledge and reaffirm all other waivers, releases and agreements I have signed with any Church of Scientology.

2. This contract is my statement of my personal understanding concerning Scientology religious tenets and my statements reflecting my own beliefs and desires. By signing this Contract, I recognize, acknowledge and agree that:

a. Scientology is a religion, the Church is a church of the Scientology religion and all the services and activities of the Scientology religion are exclusively religious in nature.

b. Scientology is unalterably opposed, as a matter of religious belief, to the practice of psychiatry, and espouses as a religious belief that the study of the mind and the healing of mentally caused ills should not be alienated from religion or condoned in nonreligious fields. I am in full agreement with this religious belief. I do not believe in or subscribe to psychiatric labels for individuals It is my strongly held religious belief that all mental problems are spiritual in nature and that there is no such thing as a mentally incompetent person-- only those suffering from spiritual upset of one kind or another dramatized by an individual. I reject all psychiatric labels and intend for this Contract to clearly memorialize my desire to be helped exclusively through religious, spiritual means and not through any form of psychiatric treatment, specifically including involuntary commitment based on so-called lack of competence. Under no circumstances, at any time, do I wish to be denied my right to care from members of my religion to the exclusion of psychiatric care or psychiatric directed care, regardless of what any psychiatrist, medical person, designated member of the state or family member may assert supposedly on my behalf. If circumstances should ever arise in which government, medical or psychiatric officials or personnel or family members or friends attempt to compel or coerce or commit me for psychiatric evaluation, treatment or hospitalization, I fully desire and expect that the Church or Scientologists will intercede on my behalf to oppose such efforts and/or extricate me from that predicament so my spiritual needs may be addressed in accordance with the tenets of the Scientology religion.

c. As I so strongly disagree, as a matter of religious principle, with the use of psychiatric treatment for anyone, including myself, I reject the usage of psychiatric labels and I believe in assisting individuals through religious and spiritual means. Therefore, I am hereby specifying that should I get into a situation in the future, unlikely as it is, where others may think that I need psychiatric treatment of any kind, that I instead desire to receive Scientology spiritual assistance and that it can include, but is not limited to, the Introspection Rundown. Further, I realize that in the future it may consequently be suggested by a senior Scientology minister, should the need arise, that I receive such spiritual assistance, and again, I want to make it clear that under such circumstances I desire to receive Scientology Spiritual Assistance, which may include, but not be limited to, the Introspection Rundown.

d. The Scientology religion teaches that the spirit can be saved and that the spirit alone may save or heal the body, and the Introspection Rundown is intended to save the spirit. I understand that the Introspection Rundown is an intensive, rigorous Religious Service that includes being isolated from all sources of potential spiritual upset, including but not limited to family members, friends or others with whom I might normally interact. As part of the Introspection Rundown, I specifically consent to Church members being with me 24 hours a day at the direction of my Case Supervisor, in accordance with the tenets and custom of the Scientology religion. The Case Supervisor will determine the time period in which I will remain isolated, according to the beliefs and practices of the Scientology religion. I further specifically acknowledge that the duration of any such isolation is uncertain, determined only by my spiritual condition, but that such duration will be completely at the discretion of the Case Supervisor. I also specifically consent to the presence of Church members around the clock for whatever length of time is necessary to perform the Introspection Rundown's processes and to achieve the spiritual results of the Introspection Rundown. I understand, acknowledge and agree that the Introspection Rundown addresses only the individual's spiritual needs and I freely consent, without reservation, and without condition or limitation, to Church members conducting the Introspection Rundown, and that I accept and assume all known and unknown risks of injury, loss, or damage resulting from my decision to participate in the Introspection Rundown and specifically absolve all persons and entities from all liabilities of any kind, without limitation, associated with my participation or their participation in my Introspection Rundown.

I HAVE CAREFULLY READ THIS CONTRACT AND FULLY UNDERSTAND ITS CONTENTS AND CONSEQUENCES. I ALSO UNDERSTAND THAT I AM NOT ELIGIBLE FOR SPIRITUAL ASSISTANCE UNLESS I SIGN THIS CONTRACT. WHILE IT IS UNLIKELY THAT I WILL EVER BE IN A CONDITION WHERE PSYCHIATRIC INTERVENTION MAY BE DEEMED AN OPTION, I HEREWITH REAFFIRM THAT IN SUCH AN EVENT I WISH TO RECEIVE ONLY SCIENTOLOGY SPIRITUAL ASSISTANCE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE INTROSPECTION RUNDOWN, AND THAT THIS CHOICE IS AN INDEPENDENT EXERCISE OF MY OWN FREE WILL. I FULLY UNDERSTAND THAT BY SIGNING BELOW, I AM FOREVER GIVING UP MY RIGHT TO SUE THE CHURCH, ITS STAFF AND ANY OF THE RELEASES NAMED IN THE GENERAL RELEASE I SIGNED, FOR ANY INJURY OR DAMAGE SUFFERED IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH SCIENTOLOGY RELIGIOUS SERVICES OR SPIRITUAL ASSISTANCE.

I sign this Agreement and General Release Regarding Spiritual Assistance on this __ day of _________, 20__, intending to be legally bound to it, and request that I be permitted to participate in spiritual assistance.

______________________________________________

(SIGNATURE OF APPLICANT}

______________________________________________

(Printed Full Name)

______________________________________________

(Home Address)

______________________________________________

(SIGNATURE OF PARENT OR GUARDIAN, IF APPLICANT IS A MINOR)

______________________________________________

(Printed Full Name)

______________________________________________

(Home Address)

___________________________________________

(SIGNATURE OF WITNESS)

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(Printed Full Name)


Having reviewed the above Agreement and General Release for spiritual assistance, including, but not limited to the Introspection Rundown, the Church, in reliance upon, and conditioned upon, the truthful promises, representation and agreements made therein, on this ___ day of _______, 20__, accepts _________________ for participation in spiritual assistance in the future as needed.


CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY ____________________________________

By its: _____________________________________________

(Title)

(SIGNATURE) _________________________________________________


© 2001 CSFSO all rights reserved. Flag Service Org Corporate symbol SCIENTOLOGY and INTROSPECTION RUNDOWN are trademarks & service marks owned by Religious Technology Center and are used with its permission SCIENTOLOGISTS is a collective membership mark designating members of the affiliated churches and missions of Scientology. Services relating to Scientology religious philosophy are delivered throughout the world exclusively by licensees of the Church of Scientology International with the permission of Religious Technology Center holder of the SCIENTOLOGY and DIANETICS trademarks. Printed in U S A
How can this document be considered anything except inhumane? It is the ultimate CYA document for a brutal cult and is morally reprehensible. I think a court would find it invalid on its face.

-J. Swift
http://ocmb.xenu.net/ocmb/viewtopic.php?t=15846&postorder=asc


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