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Scientology Religious ‘Order’ called ‘Sea Orgs’ Forced Abortions on Members Comments

Members of this 'inner circle' of devotees are required to sign a contract agreeing to serve Sea Org 'for the next billion years.' Continue Reading

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  1. Luke
    5 years ago

    I will never pay another cent to see a movie that stars a celebrity that promotes Scientology.I was angry enough when I read what happened to twenty-year old Kyle Brennan and now this! There is a sub-human species that preys on the innocent- they are called sociopath's = Scientology.

  2. David
    5 years ago

    Thank you for this article. It brings to light the horrors of cults. Sadly, this "church" is tax exempt and hurting families. I pray for it to end.

  3. legion
    5 years ago

    In addition to these crimes against humanity, Scientologists receive tax exemptions above and beyond what other religions receive. From "One of the special parts of the tax-exempt status that Scientology enjoys has to do with their exemption for "religious education". This means that any Scientologist can deduct their expenses for Scientology courses, auditing, and even all of the Hubbard books they buy. They are the only church that has been granted this status."

  4. amya9501
    5 years ago

    scientology is an evil cult. The abuses and crimes that scientology has committed in the name of "religion" are horrifying. Google is your friend.

  5. David Ceptimous
    5 years ago

    After extensive research into Scientology, and i't many front groups I can attest that the articles in the Saint Petersburg Times represent only the tip of the iceburg. Scientology should be banned in every civilized society

  6. Louise O'Malley
    5 years ago

    Archbishop Sly:
    Drop the rock and look around you. That house you're in? It's made of glass.
    Get it?

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