Death to Scientology

SO it was inevitable I suppose that those crazy fuckers in the Church of Scientology would one day meet their nemesis (or nemesi. Not sure which) in some form or another. Somebody out there has taken exception to having our celebrities become confused and incoherant (click here for more of that) and giving away just too many free personality tests. An organisation with no leaders and no doctrines has risen in protest. Look below for their declaration of intent:

Confused? Me too. Try the follow up video where it all becomes clear(er):

Bullshit or no, I might just take up solidarity with these "Anonymous" folk and maybe I'll see you on Abbey Street on the 10th of February.

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January 31, 2008 at 4:34 PM Aíló said...

As it says on the Scientology website, yer man Ron.L. said "The only time anyone has ever gotten into serious trouble was when he decided he could do nothing about something" I guess they would probably encourage Anonymous to do SOMETHING...they won't get in any serious trouble...we shall see!

January 31, 2008 at 7:12 PM Evil Bob said...

Of course its fine do something about something as long as the something isn't something against the church of scientology. They irony is so sweet I'm putting it on my corn flakes.

January 31, 2008 at 10:24 PM Aíló said...

mmmm crunchy cultflakes.... the secret ingredient is tom cruise ... *now with added crazy*

February 1, 2008 at 7:50 PM AnonymousBooosh said...

Lower Abbey Street, February 10th @11am. Free Sanity Tests distributed. Wear Guy Fawkes mask if possible.

February 3, 2008 at 6:22 AM Evil Bob said...

Damnit! I thought I was being dillusional for a second there. It would appear that there are those who take this manifesto seriously and perhaps they are right
More power to you my brothers.
Just remember this: Charlie from Lost died in order to warn of impending danger. Let that be a lesson.
Perhaps this message is lost.