Monday, September 17, 2012

Watch Out For Flying Debris (Or Even Flying Monkeys)


Even with The Master in theaters - and with Scientology's twisted history of battling the government until L. Ron Hubbard's death and beyond (AND even with the latest tales of three deaths in Oklahoma and the cult operating a mini-concentration camp in California) these politicians still have the audacity to spin us, I mean really whipping the truth around, until we can't be spun no more:
Three U.S. congressmen and a top-level government official attended the opening of the Church of Scientology’s National Office in Washington, D.C., Thursday. 
Their attendance marked a significant endorsement from members of a government that was once partially at war with the organization. 
Lawmakers in attendance were Texas Democratic Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, Indiana Republican Rep. Dan Burton and Illinois Democratic Rep. Danny Davis. Liz Gibson, Senior Program Manager at the Federal Emergency Management Agency was also in attendance. 
Jackson Lee applauded the organization. 
“I want to thank L. Ron Hubbard for recognizing that courage is not rewarded but it is valued,” said the congresswoman. L. Ron Hubbard was the church’s founder. 
“And to be able to have the wonderment of people coming together and ensuring that people come together for peace. That’s what I see in the Church, that you have come together for peace. I welcome and support that,” she said.
And - along with remembering The People's Temple cult leader and mass murderer, Jim Jones, being welcomed to head the San Francisco Housing Authority by supervisor Harvey Milk and mayor George Moscone - "what I see" is the phrase, "You can fool some of the people some of the time,…" being as relevant today as it ever was.

 The mind simply reels,…