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War Against Scientology

Posted by Chris DeMarco on Thursday, January 24th, 2008 at 11:25 am

Go ahead and do a search for “scientology” on YouTube. You may be shocked to find that the first video that comes up is this one: not an informational video, not a video on Tom Cruise, but instead, a video declaring war against Scientology..

A group of hackers referring to themselves as “Anonymous” has decided it’s time for Scientology to meet its end, and actually managed to shut down the religion’s main website for a little while, as well as other scientology-related websites that still remain unavailable. They’ve also been prank calling the church’s hotlines and sending faxes.

In the video, “Anonymous” claims that Scientology “must be destroyed” and that their organization will eradicate it entirely from the internet.

While many people (myself included) think this is just absolutely amusing, others fear that the actions of the organization will only allow Scientology to play the “religious persecution card.” At any rate, it’s still hilarious to see the brainwashing lunatics of Scientology getting owned.

Stay posted as more unravels regarding this sudden and violent attack on one of the most popular cults in America today.

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3 Responses to “War Against Scientology”

  1. David Roberts Says:

    Nice post. You win an Internet for not breaking rules 1 and 2.

  2. Kuefler Says:

    I agree with the Video, Scientology “must be destroyed�.

  3. linuxpenguin Says:

    Haven’t seen the video, but Scientology needs to be unearthed for the cult it is. Many people have suffered because of it, even though it’s such a young “religion”.

    If you don’t know why yet. . .

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