Scientologiorganisasjonen og Korona

Samler litt saker om hvordan organisasjonen håndterer det som skjer akkurat nå:

Scientology continues to see the pandemic as a public relations opportunity


Scientology’s desperate response to pandemic is to let us see just how creepy it really is


With Scientology largely shut down by the pandemic, the few remaining members reminisce

[Ah, back in the day…]

We’ve been telling you for years that Scientology is in trouble. From a height of about 100,000 active members around the year 1990 (Scientology has never had the “millions” it’s always claimed), that number has steadily decreased until our most recent estimate from a recent high-ranking defector is fewer than 20,000 members around the world.

In the pandemic epicenter, Scientology’s New York Org puts on a fab virtual ‘Sunday Service’


We want to thank the tipster who sent us a link to this fabulous video put out by Scientology’s New York ‘Ideal Org.’ It’s pretty much everything we needed in this moment.

Scientology million-dollar donor on COVID-19: ‘Healthy people don’t get sick’


For years we’ve kept tabs on Jim Mathers, a particularly high-energy Scientology gladhander, OT 8 parishioner, Gold Meritorious donor ($1 million) and all around globetrotting ambassador for Hubbardism.

Scientology, stop being so stupid during the pandemic. We have some advice for you.


Scientologists are convinced that they can rescue the planet from deadly pandemic


We often say that what Scientology offers which appeals to the small percentage of people who become involved in it is this: Certainty.