Scientology Claims No Forced “Disconnection”
Scientology Claims No Forced “Disconnection” — So Tell Us About Yours
Scientology is spinning as madly as it can.
Today, in order to deal with an avalanche of bad news about Leah Remini’s defection, the Church of Scientology put out a statement denying that it forces members to disconnect from each other when it excommunicates someone — or, in church parlance, declares them a suppressive person.
Here’s the church’s statement: “Contrary to myths spouted by…anti-Scientologists, the Church cannot and does not ‘order’ any parishioner to disconnect. Such a decision always has been and remains a deeply personal choice made entirely by the individual. This has been spelled out clearly on our website for years.”
Here we go again. In 2008, Scientology’s then-spokesman, Tommy Davis, went on CNN and denied that families were subjected to disconnection. That shocked people like Paul Haggis, who knew that his own family had experienced the toxic policy. We’ve talked to many former church members who say Davis’s performance on CNN helped convince them to turn their backs on the church.
The Sea Organization robots CANNOT stop the lie factory in their own fissured and delusional minds
I doubt any one of them could spot an observable Truth if it hit them in the nose.
Keep up the lies droids. When you lie it becomes a part of your future.
Here’s the Truth: