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Feb 15, 2010 Ex-Scientologists speak out at LA press conference — Catholic Online
Oct 3, 2009 Justin Trottier: Violence at anti-Scientology protest — National Post
I've often been puzzled by the international and well-attended protests against the Church of Scientology, led by the leaderless internet group known as Anonymous since early 2008. Why target this specific religion? Why engage in protests without public spokespeople? And why wear those silly Guy Fawkes masks?
Now I have an answer, at least to that last question.
On Saturday, September 19, around 12:30pm AST, a small group met for a routine Scientology protest in Halifax in a vacant lot across ...
Sep 21, 2009 The Assclown Offensive: How to enrage the Church of Scientology — Wired
Sep 11, 2009 What goes on inside Will Smith, Jada Pinkett-Smith's school? — ABC News
The New Village Leadership Academy Allegedly Mimics Some Scientology Teaching Methods Like many modern celebrity power couples, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith are not satisfied with just being actors. The couple, who met on the set of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" in 1995, have had a lot of different roles over the years, most recently founding the New Village Leadership Academy (NVLA), a private elementary school in Calabasas, Calif., which opened its doors this week for the start of the ...
Nov 19, 2008 Who Are Those Masked Broadway Dancers? — SdBackyard.com (San Diego Union-Tribune)
Oct 23, 2008 Battling Scientology — Boston Phoenix
May 16, 2008 Rocks and accusations fly as church prepares appeal — New Mexico Business Weekly
New Mexico Business Weekly
The black paint on the rock is indistinct, but Church of Scientology of New Mexico representative Sanford Block said it looks like someone tried to spray paint the letter "A." It was tossed in March through an office window at the group's Albuquerque headquarters, cracking a glass-framed portrait of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, Block said. No one has claimed responsibility. Block said the "A" would stand for Anonymous, a shadowy Internet organization that in January began holding protests outside Scientology ...
May 10, 2008 The internet pranksters who started a war — Channel 9 (aka ninemsn) (Australia)
Channel 9 (aka ninemsn) (Australia)
They've become the sworn enemies of a controversial religion, famous for unsettling online video attacks and protesting en masse in creepy masks. But the elusive internet group known as Anonymous didn't start out with a concrete plan to bring down Scientology. Before they got serious, Anonymous members say, they were only in it for laughs. In the years before "declaring war", the group's stock-in-trade was the creation of internet jokes revolving around, for instance, kitsch 1980s singer Rick Astley. Anonymous's transformation ...
Feb 25, 2008 Revenge Of The Nerds: The War Between 4chan & Scientology — Salient (Victoria University of Wellington)
Feb 11, 2008 Masked protesters hike up pressure on Scientologists — The Scotsman (UK)
Feb 8, 2008 The Passion of "Anonymous" — Newsweek
Feb 4, 2008 Hackers declare war on Scientologists amid claims of heavy-handed Cruise control — The Guardian (UK)
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 ...
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