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An Introduction to Scientology
== from a critical perspective == (This Web page was founded on June 30, 1995. It was converted into . . . June 20, 2005.) Welcome to the ''Introduction to Scientology'' World Wide Web page. Designed to present . . . and the uninformed: those who have heard about Scientology [TM] and who wish to seek additional information . . . was his brain child. Perhaps you've read about Scientology in one of the many fancy publications of . . . the Church of Scientology, or perhaps you've learned about the war . . .
7K - last updated 2010-04-11 06:45 by Modemac
'''http://www.chillingeffects.org''' In 2002, [[Scientology]] flexed its legal muscle and forced Google . . . to remove all references to the most famous anti-Scientology Web site, [[Operation Clambake]]. When . . . link ( which is now #2 in any Google search for "scientology" ), and they founded the Chilling Effects . . . database of incidents where someone tried to use the legal system to censor the Internet. Sadly, this . . .
2K - last updated 2005-10-18 16:51 by Modemac
'''http://libertyfoundationgospelministries.org''' Probably the most popular and well-known of Africa's . . . that if she succeeds, she will have shown that the legal system can be used to shut up anyone who . . . Miss Ukpabio are actually athiests. (Funny, [[Scientology]] does the same thing with its [[Religious . . .
6K - last updated 2010-07-18 18:21 by Modemac
'''http://freehenson.da.ru''' For an example of the extreme lengths [[Scientology]] has gone to attack . . . breaking point, a long time ago. Shortly after [[Scientology]]'s lawsuit was filed against Grady Ward . . . in 1996, ''[[alt.religion.scientology]]'' participant Keith Henson posted an . . . a violation of a 1971 court order stating that Scientology can no longer claim to be a medical procedure . . . healing of illness, injury, and other ailments. Scientology promptly sued Keith Henson, and after a . . .
3K - last updated 2011-10-03 19:25 by Modemac
Mission Earth - Death Quest
''Death Quest'' may be where L. Ron Hubbard's interminable ''[[Mission Earth]]'' series reaches its nadir, . . . (Once again, this mirrors a commonly used Scientology tactic: attack your chosen enemy with the . . .
5K - last updated 2017-09-20 09:23 by Modemac
Scientology and the Legal System
These documents contain stories and testimonials by former members of the Church of Scientology, taken . . . oath in the course of various trials involving Scientology within the past few years. The stories . . . your stomach and curl your hair. The Church of Scientology does not want you to read these documents! . . . Jesse Prince] ''[http://www.eff.org/legal/cases/Scientology_cases/ Legal Cases - Church of Scientology]'': . . . was raided by lawyers and representatives of Scientology in February of 1995, a plea for help was . . .
5K - last updated 2006-09-23 00:33 by Modemac
Southern Poverty Law Center
'''http://www.splcenter.org''' Morris Dees' legal firm was founded in 1969 to tackle racial issues in . . . a problem with groups that deliberately abuse the legal system as a way of attacking their enemies...even . . . the other hand, it's hard to say whether using the legal system to deal justice to murderous bastards . . . slimmest of threads. It reminds me of the way [[Scientology]] attacks its critics with the law. (Rev. . . .
3K - last updated 2010-05-17 12:45 by Modemac
What is Scientology
These days, no matter where you go on the Net, you're likely to see someone talking about the Church . . . of Scientology. You've probably heard of Scientology and . . . to a multinational organization. The Church of Scientology has put copies of ''Dianetics'' into nearly . . . offer free "personality tests" to people, and Scientology is also active in the fight against drugs. . . . But if you ask about Scientology anywhere on the Internet, you are likely . . .
24K - last updated 2012-06-06 07:36 by Modemac