Powerful Takedown of Scientology

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 5 years ago in Misc

Ron L Hubbard"s great grandson, Jamie DeWolf, makes a brilliant statement about Scientology"s role in his family.
There are 61 comments:
Male 93
@kPres, you dont know much about Ron Hubbard do you?
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Male 309
I don`t see why people hates L. Ron Hubbard so much. Criminal? Please. Who`s the victim? If you`re dumb enough to buy into Scientology you deserve whatever you get.

L.R.H. was a genius for exposing how stupid people are.
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Male 160
The fluidity and tempo of his words were excellent. The insight was great, love to hear more of his stuff any recommendations?
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Male 60
I can`t believe he came out and said all this publicly.

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Female 62
Interesting. Looks like Simply Red is exploring a new musical style.
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Male 1,136
OPEN YA GODDAMN EYES JAMIE
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Male 1,206
Count me in your posse, Gerry. Hell, most of the time your posts are WAY more entertaining than the actual links.
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Male 1,122
We need more crazy.
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Male 2,700
"It was interesting and well performed, though a little pretentious."

But isnt religion as a whole pretentious anyway?
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Male 38,479

Yeah, Boy! Mu Possy`s got mu back!
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Male 532
LOL Gerry, warped minds think alike. As soon as I saw this I thought "Another Souless Ginger". Oh and those of you calling Gerry1of1 an idiot and uniteresting, what have YOU contributed lately? I`m guessing you`re just mad at being Ginger. LOL
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Male 239
Easy to see how his Great Grandfather started a cult if he gets his charisma from him- what an amazing public speaker
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Male 409
It was interesting and well performed, though a little pretentious. I don`t give much credence to the claim that his grandfather broke with the church because of conscience. I think or more likely is came down to control and money.
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Male 5,190
EdiMesic that was one boring comment!
Never seen something so..so...you get the point. Or do you?

Anyways the way he spoke in the video was captivating.
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Female 412
Great story. But a man with so many unmatching tattoos should not wear an orange shirt; it makes him look like he`s in prison.
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Female 110
WOW.. Just.. WOW.
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Male 4,290
That was really good. And a few people here seem to be missing the point. At no point was he praising Scientology or L Ron Hubbard. He may have been praising L Ron Hubbard Jr, who he claims was his grandfather and the disowned son of L Ron Hubbard.
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Male 319
That was brilliant! He`s very talented.
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Female 934
The guy is definitely a story teller. I was hoping it would delve more into the Scientology bit, though. I wanted to hear stories about homemade space ships and family trips to meteor crater sites, or whatever it is that they seem to be infatuated with.
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Male 1,164
Awww, I wanted to see Gerry`s comment. Now I feel out of the loop.

And I thoroughly enjoyed this. Sure he said nu-cu-lar, sure he may be lying, but I feel inclined to believe him. The way he spoke, the pace, the mood... that was poetry.

Anyone convinced he was praising Elron in any way is not familiar with poetry. The "God and Man" thing at the end was metaphorical; The father who thought he was a god, and the son who was painfully mortal. Hopefully `nuff said.
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Female 4,359
awesome
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Male 12,138
Touched by the poetry, don`t get me wrong. Still full of sh*t.
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Male 156
Y`know, I like Gerry`s comments, I selsom agree with them, but I like the way he forces me to see things from another side. Stay sharp Gerry.
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Male 2,841
Ever looked at something and said to yourself "I could have done that?" I think the same thing about scientology.
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Male 4,902
Cool story but the whole presentation came off as really lame to me.
@Gerry1of1, I for one find you entertaining as hell, f*ck the haters man.
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Male 307
Brilliant performance. But more importantly how bad-ass of a name is DeWolf, I really want that now.
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Male 4,431
Groogle, where do you get him praising L. Ron Hubbard?! There was no praise there L.R.H.?! At all. That was all pointed, acute criticism.
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Male 1,249
Sounds like some people are missing the point - SCIENTOLOGY IS FUC*KED UP MAN!
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Female 4,447
That was really, really good.
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Male 2,172
He was trashing and praising L. Ron Hubbard at the same time. Felt kinda weird but the end note is that L.R.H. is a god. I`m pretty sure he was just a man.
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Male 2,172
And how can anyone check if his claims of being related to L. Ron Hubbard are actually true?

Next.
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Male 4,793
drat this guy for saying `nucular` its dratin NUCLEAR not nuke-u-lar.
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Male 4,014
god damn it..........

Am I really the first one to post about the word "effected" as used in the caption?

AFFECTED. AFFECTED.

WHEN I PLACED MY BALLS IN YOUR MOUTH TO TEABAG YOU IT HAD A GREAT "EFFECT" ON YOUR FEELINGS TOWARDS BALLS.

MY TEABAGGIN AFFECTED YOUR FEELINGS TOWARDS BALLS.

Live and know the difference...
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Male 535
That was actually rather good - most of that "beatnic" stuff is pretty much retarded (anyone else remember that video where the girl made the pan of beans (or soup) and then proceeded to cut her pants so she could crap liquid into the can?) - but this guy is quite the orator.

oh and Gerry1of1: you`re very obviously entertaining.
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Female 709
Pretty awesome
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Male 178
........long
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Male 38,479

RyanHake [quote]"Gerry1of1 ... you`re very obviously an idiot." [/quote]
Took you long enough to figure out what everyone here knows genius. Guess you`re right there with me.

:-)
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Male 4,431
krembill, you missed a good one, then. It was well worth the time. Well worth it.
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Female 3,562
You know, I really don`t care if you`re stupid enough to believe in space alien sci fi crap as a religion, but Scientologists sure have a lot of atrocities and crimes to hide.
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Male 130
Damn that was a long song intro.
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Male 10,440
That was... poetry. Sure. Although I didn`t find it all that interesting. It`s like listening to "Ode to bullsh*t".
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Male 594
Ignore Gerry1of1.
Never read anything wise in his comments.
Or interesting, for that matter.
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Male 511
That was pretty cool.
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Male 139
I liked it.
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Male 11
@Boloslov: That`s an interesting thought, but consider the natural human element of cognitive dissonance-- Naturally the scientologists would end up gratifying their adherence to the faith based solely on the fact that the human mind ardently tries to avoid disgust or shame in lieu of their own actions or beliefs. Such examples of this particular behavior was also present in Harold Camping`s followers, who rationalized the "un-apocalyptic" May 21 as an act of clemency by god. Cognitive dissonance is a mode of thought, and a powerful defense mechanism
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Male 1,091
I stopped when this poet said "nucular".
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Male 2,690
Gerry1of1 are you talking about THIS guy, or L Ron Hubbard, I`m hoping you`re talking about L Ron, otherwise you`re very obviously an idiot.
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Male 33
I`m curious how some of the big proponents of Scientology are reacting to this video. Something this powerful can result in loss of members which ultimately means lost church revenue. In the end it probably won`t ding them too much; they have lots of money to offset this kind of an attack.
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Male 2,376
this was good.
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Male 10,855
...not that I`m a fan of the church mind you.
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Male 10,855
...and boy did L Ron Hubbard prove one HELL of a point!
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Male 354
Heh.... Reminds a dude named Jesus and his father. Which brings me to this question..... nah never mind its too easy.
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Male 670
good story, not really digging the video though
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Male 38,479

frickin` gingers will say anything to get a little attention.
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Male 3,612
not true
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Female 394
That was pretty wicked, I cracked up when he talked about visiting the psychiatrist for the first time^^
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Male 25,416
and...
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Male 26
Well, the guy got balls, this may be the last you see of him.
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Male 2,670
Powerful!

$cientologists are nutbags, each and every one.
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Male 3
That black guy had some passion.
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Female 8,044
Link: Powerful Takedown of Scientology [Rate Link] - Ron L Hubbard`s great grandson, Jamie DeWolf, makes a brilliant statement about Scientology`s role in his family.
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