Scientology = Scam. They are not a church. PERIOD!

United States
May 15, 2007 4:27pm CST
Im sorry but scientology is just a big lie to steal money. it is not a religion. It was made up by a fiction writer who just got lucky when he made this thing up and got some people to believe it. How can you join this " religion " that makes you pay money? they wont even tell you the story of their religion untill you pay amounts of money over $500??!??!? This is no church!!! And this is just a bunch of lies to make money. Who agrees with me and who wants to lie to me somemore about this crap?
7 responses
• United States
16 May 07
Cool post, but after calling out scientology like that, be careful, you might have Tom Cruise and Isaac Hayes wanting to sue you.. haha.. Hmm... I think I'll have a looksie at that spongebob link!
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• United States
16 May 07
lol yea. But I am not afraid of them. ill tell them all to their face what i think about this scam.
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• Canada
15 May 07
i ask you this what is religion without morals, spirit and god? MONEY so i tell you that all religion is a scam.
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• United States
16 May 07
well putkudos
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• Canada
17 May 07
making you feel bad for not adding to the collection plate is just as bad as making you pay 500 for some random info. its also a crime to brainwash.
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• United States
15 May 07
Heh, not only a fiction writer, but a sci-fi writer!
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• United States
15 May 07
oh thanks that the word i ment to say! si-fi writer! thanks man!
@PsychoDude (2018)
• Netherlands
15 May 07
The first reformed church of spongebob [http://churchofspongebob.tripod.com/] is even more of a religion than scientology :P.
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• United States
15 May 07
now thats funny lol
• Thailand
16 May 07
How can you decide what a religion is? A religion is what the people who believe in it decide it is. What religion do you know of that does not solicit money? If that is the slandered you set than all religions are a scam. Why is a science fiction writer less qualified to set up a religion than a carpenter?
• Canada
16 May 07
lol..yes. what gives these people rights to critizise other religions when their own religion is just as faulty.. so what if they believe we are desendents of people from other planets? thats just as outrages as jesus being the son of god, muhamad putting his face on the moon and moses opening up the waters to free the jews... really, how ignorant and small minded can you be?
• United States
18 May 07
'Sucking people in and milking hem for all their worth'?? we have a choice to give the church money or not. and if i did, it would be a couple dollars or so. i can afford that. i cant however afford $500+ to know a little information. they not only take your money for a stupid science fiction story, but they keep coming at you for more money to stay as a member of thier "church"! why the heck would you stay in this retarded cult if they keep demanding money? Evidently they dont except everyone since the homeless cant afford to be in their church. why would they keep this so called 'religion' from the lower working class and below??
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• Canada
19 May 07
dude, how do you think the modern church started buddy? it was a cult..
@RosieS57 (889)
• United States
18 May 07
$cientology? A $cam? You bet. Recruiting people intom their ranks to 'study' but you have to pay big bucks to study and if you can't pay for the study you had you have to hit the streets to sell their Dianetics book. And yes, L. Ron Hubbard actually did say that if you want to get rich you need to start your own religion. $cientology made him much richer than his stink-o writing ever could. Didja read or see "Battlefield Earth"? How utterly crapazoid was THAT? LOL
• United States
18 May 07
Thank you Rosie! i forgot that hubbard did say that! Thanks for pointing that out!
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• Thailand
18 May 07
Just for you. I will save you five hundred dollars. Here is every thing you need to know about Scientology. http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/story/9363363/inside_scientology/print