gotta love those Frenchies…

Since she left Scientology logically with a crash, in July 2013, the actress’s mission is to unveil all the sordid details The functioning of the organization. After writing a book, Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology, released in 2015, it now features on the A & E television network, where it animates Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, which gives voice to former members and Which has just been renewed for a second season.
BY RON HUBBARD HIMSELF!
According to Leah Remini, this title of killer for Scientology
Was attributed to John Travolta by Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, who died in 1986. The actress details:
“I think John Travolta is a” KhaKhan “. There is a policy [within the Church] that says that one has the right to kill another human being if KhaKhan was instituted, and that title was given by Ron Hubbard. “While this may seem like a revelation Extraordinary and drawn straight from a James Bond lm, Margery Wake eld, a former member and author of four books on the subject, abounds in the same sense as Leah Remini. “Are Scientologists capable of committing murder?” Yes. Especially those at the top of the ladder. Ron Hubbard has brainwashed them to the point of being persuaded, and the current leaders of the Church continue. Hubbard believed, moreover, that the members of the Church of Scientology were above the law. And the KhaKhan can literally kill without any consequences. “Worse than in a movie
According to a member of Scientology who speaks anonymously, The organization is structured to allow these KhaKhan to act with impunity. Thus, “someone with John’s status can perfectly take a weapon and kill someone else. Scientology does not
Would do no “. In addition, in the event of a murder, employees would take care of everything and remove any compromising evidence … including the corpse.
Now that Leah Remini has revealed to the public this little-known aspect of the Church, former members are beginning to fear for their safety and their lives. “In this context, it is not unthinkable
That Scientology takes its defectors as targets to eliminate them, “said the same source. For David Miscavige, current leader of the world organization, directs the sect
With an iron hand, not hesitating to intimidate, even to terrify his detractors and those who dare to rise against him.
And Leah Remini added that the members have a responsibility to protect their leader at all costs. This is why That she is worried about The safety of Shelly Miscavige, the
David, who has not been seen in public since2007. “Nobody knows if she’s dead or alive,” says a source. As for the actress, she Is persuaded that she is held in one of the institutions of the Church against her will.

this cartoon was at the end of the mag  

 but I decided to add a little to it….

meanwhile in scientology’s Holy land

this is weird 

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What’s More Cult-y, Brunch At Cafe Gratitude Or Brunch At The Scientology Restaurant?

Los Angeles welcomes all forms of worship, from Buddhism to Santería to the Almighty Church of Goop, but the one ritual that enthralls true believers and atheists alike is brunch. The midmorning meal is held sacred in the City of Angels, with weekend worshipers making the pilgrimage to Sqirl and Eggslut to pay homage to the gods of avocado toast. Last weekend, I set out to solve the ultimate L.A. brunch conundrum: which is “cultier,” the $15 all-you-can-eat buffet at the controversial Church of Scientology’s Renaissance Restaurant, or a $30+ vegan, plant-based meal at Venice’s venerable woo-woo mainstay Cafe Gratitude?

Cult Brunch #1: The Church of Scientology’s Renaissance Restaurant

text.jpgI showed up at the Church of Scientology “Celebrity Centre” in Los Feliz on a sunny Saturday morning, feeling scared sh*tless a tad apprehensive. The 2015 anti-Scientology documentary Going Clear was on my mind, as was the haunting “To My Loved Ones in Scientology…Call Me”billboard I drove past daily in Echo Park. I felt reasonably confident in my sense of self, but still… what if my innocent investigative trip to the Renaissance Restaurant ended with me abandoning my friends and family for a life in Sea Org?

My anxiety mounted as a very attentive Church representative escorted me through the Celebrity Centre’s lush garden and tastefully appointed lobby, only to find no sign of the two friends who’d agreed to meet me at the restaurant. The spookily ornate splendor of the almost-empty dining room made me feel like I’d stumbled onto the set of a new Ryan Murphy show in pre-production; to distract myself, I chatted with the hostess, a friendly young woman so set on talking me through the Celebrity Centre’s unique architectural history, she didn’t notice me covertly sending a series of increasingly panicked texts to my friends (see evidence below).

When my friends finally joined me, another beaming guide brought us to the brunch spread, which was as bountiful as the Yelp reviews had promised, with hot trays of deviled eggs, pancakes, sausage and salmon spilling forth from every direction. The amount of food seemed excessive, though, considering that with two exceptions (a sunburned man in a cowboy hat and a teenage girl picking at a plate of grapes), ours was the only table in use.

My friends and I filled our plates, steeling ourselves for the unexpected; would we have to sit through a pre-meal prayer service? Study L. Ron Hubbard quotes spelled out in syrup? What actually happened, though, was the most surprising thing of all: nothing. Nothing weird, that is. Our well-coiffed, slightly weary waitress chitchatted about the weather as we dug into our food, which turned out to be somewhat disappointing diner-type fare; rubbery eggs, limp bacon and watery fruit. Between the Renaissance Restaurant’s over-the-top gilded decor, near-empty dining hall and wildly generous portions of “meh” food, it felt like we were brunching at an abandoned airport-lounge buffet in Versailles. Creepy? Perhaps, but at least nobody interrupted our mediocre meal to wax rhapsodic about Dianetics.

Renaissance Restaurant is located inside the Scientology Celebrity Centre at 5930 Franklin Avenue is Los Feliz. (323) 960-3222

Cult Brunch #2: Cafe Gratitude in Venice

“How are you feeling today?” breathed the willowy hostess who stepped forward to greet me at Cafe Gratitude. It took me a second to register the question, which I tend to associate more with a doctor’s office than a restaurant, but then again, Cafe Gratitude is no ordinary restaurant. Originally founded in San Francisco in 2004, Cafe Gratitude has become the culinary epicenter of the booming L.A. health-and-wellness world; basically, if you’ve ever met a girl at a party who’s really into crystals, you stand a solid chance of bumping into her again at Cafe Gratitude. The 100% vegan, plant-based restaurant’s owners refer to their business as “sacred commerce”, describing Cafe Gratitude to the Huffington Post as “a business that considers that we all are connected and that the only real win is the win-win” (which sounds something like what you’d get if you hired Deepak Chopra to ghostwrite your tech startup’s pitch deck.)

My friends and I were seated at a patio table at Cafe Gratitude’s Rose Avenue location and presented with menus that boldly proclaimed “I Am…”, followed by a litany of affirmations (i.e. “Humble,” an Indian curry bowl, or “Vivacious,” kale chips.) “This feels like a lazy SNL sketch about L.A.,” whispered one of my friends, an observation I quickly shushed—a white-clad, serenely beaming waitress was approaching our table, and I got the impression “Cynical” wasn’t a popular option on the “I Am…” menu.

Our waitress repeated our orders back to us (“You are Luxurious, you are Serene and you’re… Open-Hearted? Oh, no, I’m sorry, you’re Grounded”) before asking, “Would you like to hear the Question of the Day?” Of course we would. “What have you overcome today?”

We pondered that question as we tucked into our entrees of cashew-cheese nachos and crumbled “coconut bacon”, which were admittedly delicious, and not just for vegan food. We weren’t the only ones giving the Question of the Day serious thought; the Cafe Gratitude patrons around us all seemed to be drinking the proverbial Kool-Aid with a side of turmeric milk and a shot of chlorophyll. Cafe Gratitude converts do not mess around, as we saw last April, when Cafe Gratitude’s owners received death threats from angry vegans after reincorporating meat into their diets.

Cafe Gratitude is located at 512 Rose Avenue in Venice. (424) 231-8000 They also have locations in the Arts District and on Larchmont.

Final Cult Rating: The race was neck-and-neck, but ultimately, Cafe Gratitude won out in the “cult” department. Yes, the Renaissance Restaurant is owned and operated by the Church of Scientology, a highly suspect religious organization described by former members as an actual cult, but at least nobody there made me talk about my feelings when I was just trying to order a glass of orange juice. (No, Cafe Gratitude, I’m not “Hopeful” or “Lively”; I’m just thirsty.

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‘He’s committed the ultimate betrayal!’ Nicole Kidman ‘can’t stand’ that her ‘best buddy’ Russell Crowe is working with her ‘loathed’ ex Tom Cruise

Russell Crowe is starring in the reboot of The Mummy franchise alongside Tom Cruise and that’s angered Nicole Kidman, according to a new report.

According to a source quoted in Monday’s issue of Woman’s Day, the 49-year-old, ‘can’t stand the thought that her best buddy is going to be hanging out in her home town with the person she loathes more than anyone.’

Nicole’s 54-year-old ex husband is also believed to be walking the red carpet alongside Russell, 53, at the May 22 premiere of the Mummy in Sydney.

Betrayed? Russell Crowe is starring in the reboot of The Mummy franchise alongside Tom Cruise and that's angered Nicole Kidman, according to a new report

Betrayed? Russell Crowe is starring in the reboot of The Mummy franchise alongside Tom Cruise and that’s angered Nicole Kidman, according to a new report

The Woman’s Day source goes on to allege that Nicole is ‘heartbroken’ over the pair rekindling their friendship and sees it as ‘the ultimate betrayal’.

The source is reported to have said: ‘She can’t believe he’s being so insensitive and causing her so much heartbreak’.

Russell has made light of the tense situation in the past, joking that Nicole ‘won him’ in her divorce from Tom.

Tom, Nicole and Russell were all three friends in the past but the Gladiator star is said to have remained closer to Nicole after she and Tom split in 2001.

Mummy's the word: According to a report in Monday's issue of Woman's Day the 49-year-old, 'can't stand the thought that her best buddy is going to be hanging out in her home town with the person she loathes more than anyone'

Mummy’s the word: According to a report in Monday’s issue of Woman’s Day the 49-year-old, ‘can’t stand the thought that her best buddy is going to be hanging out in her home town with the person she loathes more than anyone’

Used to be pals: Tom, Nicole and Russell were all three friends in the past but the Gladiator star is said to have remained closer to Nicole after she and Tom split in 2001

Used to be pals: Tom, Nicole and Russell were all three friends in the past but the Gladiator star is said to have remained closer to Nicole after she and Tom split in 2001

Last year, Russell told ET: ‘I was really good friends with Tom from probably about ’92 or so until he got divorced’.

He added, ‘When he got divorced, I was part of Nicole’s settlement and so we didn’t see each other.’

The Aussie actor went on to tell the website that he was looking forward to working with the Top Gun star.

 Case of the ex: The Woman's Day source goes on to allege that Nicole is 'heartbroken' over the pair rekindling their friendship and sees it as 'the ultimate betrayal'

 Case of the ex: The Woman’s Day source goes on to allege that Nicole is ‘heartbroken’ over the pair rekindling their friendship and sees it as ‘the ultimate betrayal’

‘I always had a great deal of respect for what he does and I’m really looking forward to being in front of a camera with him’ Russell said.

The actor also admitted that Tom had offered him an opportunity for the pair to work together in the past but Russell had turned it down.

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Nicole Kidman for comment.

The source is reported to have said: 'She can't believe he's being so insensitive and causing her so much heartbreak'

The source is reported to have said: ‘She can’t believe he’s being so insensitive and causing her so much heartbreak’

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 The Bellends 

Camilla begins this video with Boot Camp punishments which have turn out to be increasingly more in vogue within the sadism performed out within the Sea Org.
Carol Nyburg (see her movies) reported this “Mini RPF” which is day by day boot camp of controlling the Sea Org member by enforced strenuous workouts and extra chores similar to cleansing pots in the course of the night time. (sleep time)
We now have all heard of Tom Cruise pimping (movies finished of fairly little Scientology females for Tom to evaluation to see who was drawn to) …however that was solely one in all many *FAVORS* for the film star. In return he shills for Scientology Inc.
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Suri Cruise 2017: Tom Cruise Finally Chooses Daughter With Katie Holmes Over Scientology?

Is Tom Cruise finally ready to quit Scientology for Suri Cruise?

8:23 AM EDT 5/9/2017 by Colt, Celebeat Reporter

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The world has seen Suri Cruise grow up without a father, and it is not because her dad is too busy working for her future. Tom Cruise’ absence from his daughter’s life is reportedly a result of his loyalty to Scientology. But is the “Hollywood” superstar now ready to give up his controversial church to reconnect with her young daughter?

In Touch has previously reported that Tom Cruise is trying to reconnect with Suri Cruise after being absent from her life for years. “Tom now wants to re-establish his relationship with his daughter and begin seeing her on a regular basis,” the source said then added that Katie Holme’s ex-husband is “ready to ramp up his relationship with her in a big way.”

While the news sounded promising, Gossip Cop quickly debunked the allegations. The site shared that the 54-year-old actor and producer has no plans reuniting with Suri Cruise, noting that a reliable source revealed that Tom Cruise is not reaching out to his daughter with Katie Holmes at all.

Meanwhile, Katie Holmes has been trying to put her past with Tom Cruise behind her. The 38-year-old actress, model, and filmmaker is now reportedly dating Jamie Foxx after her very public split from the “Mission: Impossible” actor.

Although Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx have never officially confirmed their relationship status, rumor has it that the duo may be ready to take things to another level. Surprisingly, they are also subjects to breakup rumors, but a photo of the pair spending a quiet dinner together on April 4 proved that they are still very much together and are not bothered by any rumors linking their relationship with the actress’ mega famous ex-husband, Tom Cruise.

Do you think Tom Cruise will leave Scientology for Suri Cruise? Let us know in the comments section below!

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