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Feb 4, 2008 Hackers declare war on Scientologists amid claims of heavy-handed Cruise control — The Guardian (UK)
Feb 4, 2008 Hackers wage web war on Scientologists — The Telegraph (UK)
Feb 4, 2008 Masked demonstrators protest against Church of Scientology — Daily Nexus (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Daily Nexus (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Published Monday, February 4, 2008
Issue 69 / Volume 88
[Picture of masked protestors / Source: Sabrina Ricci; Daily Nexus]
A group of protesters yielding signs and handouts rally outside the Church of Scientology on State Street Saturday afternoon during the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in protest of the Church's alleged restrictions of free speech.
A group of protesters yielding signs and handouts rally outside the Church of Scientology on State Street Saturday afternoon during the Santa Barbara International Film ...
Feb 2, 2008 New life for a landmark — Winnipeg Free Press
Winnipeg Free Press
The Church of Scientology plans to spend up to $10 million to convert a landmark building in the Exchange District into a church and community outreach centre.
Rev. Yvette Shank, president of the church's Canadian office in Toronto, said the church plans to undertake a major refurbishing of the 115-year-old Peck Building, which it quietly acquired last March for a previously unheard of price for the Exchange of $2.2 million.
"We love it," Shank said of the six-storey, brick-and-stone building at ...
Feb 1, 2008 Be Wary, Be Wary, the 10th of February: "A" for Anonymous Wants to Kick Scientology's "S" — Huffington Post
Jan 31, 2008 Election brings out stars' stripes / Stars' political opinions often stir controversy — Variety
As the fight for the presidency heats up, Hollywood's celebrities will be speaking their minds about the candidates and the issues – and studio chieftains already are cringing. Politics breeds controversy, and there are many who feel that stars should be seen and not heard. The campaign will be shrill enough, they reason, without celebrity input. There's more than a little hypocrisy to this position. The corporate Brahmins wield their wealth and power to support favored candidates, one could argue, so ...
Jan 31, 2008 Fair Game: An online onslaught against Scientology — Economist More: economist.com
Watch out, there's an alien about An online onslaught against Scientology A VICIOUS cult run by cynical fraudsters, or a sincerely held religious belief persecuted by zealots? That is the long-standing row about Scientology, founded by the late science-fiction writer, L. Ron Hubbard. In some countries, such as Germany, the group is watched by the security services. In others, such as America and Australia, it has won charitable status as a religion. Until now the fight could mostly be seen as ...
Jan 31, 2008 Mailings to Scientology sites probed — Los Angeles Times (California) More:
rickross.com Jan 31, 2008 Sderot locals offered workshops based on Hubbard — Jerusalem Post
In a move seen by some as an attempt to take advantage of Sderot’s shell-shocked residents, a nonprofit group is offering them free workshops based on the teachings of the late L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology. [Embedded video:
Scientology Way to Happiness in Israel 2/4
] A group calling itself the Association for Prosperity and Security in the Middle East, which denies any connection with the Church of Scientology, has sent e-mails to social workers in ...
Jan 31, 2008 Sderot residents offered Scientology workshops — Jerusalem Post
The besieged residents of Sderot are being offered free workshops based on the teachings of Scientology’s founder. A nonprofit group, the Association for Prosperity and Security in the Middle East, has sent e-mails to social workers in the southern Israeli town offering to help the residents cope with Kassam rocket attacks, The Jerusalem Post reported. Some say the group, which claims to have no connection to the Church of Scientology or its founder, L. Ron Hubbard, is trying to take advantage ...
Jan 30, 2008 Bart Simpson Actress Gives $10 Million to Scientology — New York Post
Jan 30, 2008 Church of Scientology buys historic CBD building in PE — AVUSA Media
One of the historic landmarks in Port Elizabeth's central business district - the United Building on the corner of St Mary's Terrace and Govan Mbeki Avenue - is soon to have a R6-million facelift, adding a new look to the inner city.
The building has been bought by the Church of Scientology, which wants to turn it into its regional headquarters, for about R8-million.
Recently approved by the commissioner of revenue as a public benefit organisation, and also tax- exempted, the ...
Jan 30, 2008 Malignant narcissism, L. Ron Hubbard, and Scientology's policies of narcissistic rage
Stephen A. Kent
Jodi M. Lane
In this article, we argue that Scientology’s founder, L. Ron Hubbard, likely presented a personality disorder known as malignant narcissism, and then we establish that this disorder probably contributed to his creation of organizational policies against perceived enemies that reflected his narcissistic rage. We illustrate our argument by discussing Hubbard’s creation of an internal Scientology organization called the Guardian’s Office, which carried out a sustained and covert attack against a Scientology critic, Paulette Cooper. This attack, and the Scientology policies that ...
Jan 30, 2008 New role awaits a historic eyesore // Church of Scientology buys former Alexandra Hotel — Boston Globe More: boston.com
Thomas C. Palmer Jr.
The Church of Scientology of Boston Inc. has bought the historic Alexandra Hotel building at Washington Street and Massachusetts Avenue in the South End and plans to relocate its local headquarters from the Back Bay, following extensive renovations. The sales price of the Alexandra - ravaged by fire in the 1993, decayed, empty, and recently eluding City Hall's hopes that it would become residences - was not disclosed by the Rev. Gerard Renna, the top Scientology representative in Boston. The church, ...
Jan 29, 2008 Earth to Xenu: Let Scientology implode — The Badger Herald
Jan 29, 2008 Scientology's Fanatical Military — Orato
I spent a few days with Prof. Stephen Kent, of the Sociology Department of the University of Alberta, a couple of months ago. He is one of the few really brave academics willing to face up to mind control cults of the Scientology ilk, study, and expose what they really are and the damage they do the people they control. I spent many hours with Steve, describing my 20-year experiences within the cult’s fanatical, militant and secretive inner circle, an organization ...
Jan 28, 2008 Niece of Scientology's leader backs Cruise biography — Google News
Jan 26, 2008 'Geek war' predicted — Sun Media
Jan 26, 2008 Hackers Hit Scientology With Online Attack — PC World
Jan 25, 2008 Anonymous steps up its war with Scientology — CNET
Jan 25, 2008 Critics split over DDoS attacks on Scientology — The Register (UK)
The Register (UK)
Websites associated with the Church of Scientology are intermittently unavailable today after an internet group calling itself Anonymous declared war on the controversial organisation. In a statement posted via video on YouTube and through various internet sites Anonymous claimed its actions were designed to safeguard the right to freedom of speech against assaults by the Church of Scientology. It also wants to curtail what it claims is the financial exploitation of church members and aims to "systematically dismantle the Church of ...
Jan 25, 2008 Hacker Group Declares War On Scientology — KNBC Los Angeles
Jan 25, 2008 Web vigilantes attack Scientology website — The Times (UK)
Jan 25, 2008 Xenu strikes again
Jan 24, 2008 "Anonymous" threatens to "dismantle" Church of Scientology via internet — Channel 9 (aka ninemsn) (Australia)
Channel 9 (aka ninemsn) (Australia)
A hacking group calling itself Anonymous has posted a chilling video on the internet, announcing that it plans to dismantle the Church of Scientology.
A hacking group calling itself "Anonymous" has posted a chilling video on the internet, announcing that it plans to "dismantle" the Church of Scientology.
Wired.com reports that Anonymous has flooded Scientology servers with a distributed denial of service attack, is choking the Church's phone lines with prank calls and sending looped faxes of solid black pages.
Jan 24, 2008 Anonymous hackers take on the Church of Scientology — CNET
Jan 24, 2008 Author goes inside Scientology — Montreal Gazette
Jan 24, 2008 Church of Scientology brings its anti-psychiatry exhibit to Kansas Capitol — Kansas City Star
Jan 23, 2008 Is Scientology dangerous? — The Times (UK)
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