All of them, those in power, and those who want the power, would pamper us, if we agreed to overlook their crookedness by wilfully restricting our activities.
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"What's the Matter with you, Hat?"
This excellent piece was taken down from Youtube on December, 7th, 2007, because of a "copyright claim by L. Ron Hubbard Library". It is not known whether it will be available again (there is such a thing as "Fair use", "Fair dealing", etc.). Apparently, having L. Ron Hubbard state that "There was no Christ", and other disturbing statements to many people — might be a tad embarrassing for the Church of Scientology.
Update, December 22, 2007: Karl-Rainer Blumenthal comments on his blog about the removal of his work from Youtube.
The film appears to take a critical perspective, giving significant footage time to Hubbard and Scientology's critics. It also uses footage from the South Park episode Trapped in the Closet, which was a critical and satirical commentary. It ultimately ends with a listing of deaths of people related to Scientology ending with Hubbard himself, noting his disputed cause of death.
The Friend of Mankind
A critical look at the accomplishments, controversies and followers of L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology, comprised of American, English and German television broadcasts from the last 37 years.
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