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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 . . . of Scientology, or perhaps you've learned about the war between Scientology and the Internet in a magazine, . . . to know about Scientology and its war against the Internet. Since the foundation of this Web site, . . . active in the struggle between Scientology and the Internet. Whether you decide in favor of Scientology . . . conflict between Scientology and Germany. '''[[The War between Scientology and the Internet]]''' 1995 . . .
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Is Scientology a religion
The actions of the Church of Scientology have brought a storm of criticism upon the organization. Scientologists . . . of Hubbard's beliefs made available on the Internet have cast a dark shadow over Scientology's . . . Expositor'', that do a good job of explaining the war between Scientology and the Internet to newcomers . . .
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If you look at the statements made about the Internet by the Church of Scientology, you will notice a . . . These publications only use the vague term "The Internet," or else they use the abbreviation "ARS." . . . This omission speaks volumes about the effect the Internet is having on the organization. They are . . . flow. The image of Scientology is so soiled on the Internet that they have nothing to lose if they . . . that really matter in the REAL WORLD? Outside of the Internet, who has heard of alt.religion.scientology? . . .
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Talk about The War between Scientology and the Internet
#REDIRECT [[Talk about Scientology]] . . .
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The War between Scientology and the Internet
=== Notable Magazine and Newspaper Articles=== [http://www.discord.org/~lippard/skeptic/03.3.jl-jj-scientology.html . . . Skeptic Magazine article: Scientology v. the Internet] by Jim Lippard and Jeff Jacobsen : Why . . . is the battle between Scientology and the Internet being waged so fiercely? Why the Internet? . . . Scientology vs. the Internet: An Update and Response to Leisa Goodman]. . . . to try to stop it from being spread across the Internet. [http://www.xs4all.nl/~felipe/cos/translate.html . . .
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* '''http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/OTIII/index.html''' * '''http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xenu''' [[Scientology]] . . . The real reason why Xenu is such a hot button in the war between Scientology and critics is because . . . lengths to keep Xenu a secret. They attacked the Internet critics, shut down the famous Penet remailer, . . . get all references to Xenu out of the media and the Internet. The critics love bringing up Xenu especially . . . la la)'' Because the SPs sent the Tech Across the Internet! : SP Roll Call! Erlich! Zenon! Arnie . . .
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The eye of the hurricane, and the home of what is being called the greatest Usenet flame war of all. . . . is the most popular and aggressive center of the Internet for discussion of Scientology. It's managed . . . Many useful sources of information exist on the Internet to enable you to [http://www.andrebacard.com/remail.html . . . Week In Review ] : The intensity of the war between Scientology and the Internet has turned . . . ] : When the war beteween Scientology and the Internet heated up in early 1995, Netcom user Shelly . . .
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