Holy Xenu! Scientology documents hacked and released to the public! Download them now!
This is the best news ever! Hackers across the country have decided to combine their efforts to wage war on Scientology in an effort to bring them down once and for all! Already, the main website of this dangerous cult has been shut down a number of times, 37 important Scientology documents have been released (more on how to download them in a moment), and the hackers are generally giving Scientologists a taste of their own barley milk! This day has been a long time coming, and a beautiful day it is.
If you know Scientology, you know these documents will be taken down within a matter of days, if not hours. That’s why it’s important for every man, woman and child with an internet connection to download these files immediately! Tell your friends, tell your loved ones, but most importantly, preserve these files!
Bit Torrent users can download the .rar file at http://thepiratebay.org/tor/3992718/Scientology_SECRETDOX_released_by_ANON
…or at your torrent website of choice. Just search for Scientology and look for a file name similar to the above (SECRETDOX released by ANON).
If you do not use Bit Torrent, you can download the .rar file at http://www.mediafire.com/?fzdznvbnlwu
…at least for the time being. As I said, those Scientologonads work fast, like elves in the night.
It’s hilarious that these guys are constantly whining about not being taken seriously as a religion, but then they turn around and censor anyone who tries to talk about them. As much as I may have a problem with Christians at times, at least they don’t go around taking down websites that try to host information about the Bible. Sure, they ban books they don’t like and write angry letters about the Teletubbies, and they certainly have been known to back up their beliefs with violence. So I guess intolerance comes in many forms. But I don’t think I’m stepping too far out of line by saying that Scientologists bring a whole other level of crazy to the table. Jim Jones Koolaid-style crazy. Heaven’s Gate crazy. I guess you could even say they’re a dangerous, life-ruining, money-grubbing cult. So no, Scientology, we’re not going to take you seriously as a religion. Sorry to disappoint.
Post-publication editorial note: Anonymous are still going strong! For more amazing Scientology downloads, click on the following link. Contents include 15 CD’s of L. Ron’s lectures and group sessions (entitled “Spirit of Man”), as well as an OT Ambassador Ideal Org Tool Kit.
Update 2: Another download is now available. It’s a series of JPEGs of a Scientology Manual. Here’s the torrent: