Scientology Inc Wants to Censor Cruise/Holmes Break Up News

Good Luck.  It is sort of like showing up to a nuclear war with a squirt gun.

The following is a write up posted by an Office of Special Affairs (dirty tricks and propaganda arm of Scientology Inc.) operative on how to counter free speech on the internet.  It is posted currently with specific reference to those commenting on the break up of Tom Cruise and Katies Holmes and Scientology Inc’s role in the affair.   The recipient Ray McKay is a well-known OSA operative.  “Razzline members” refers to members of a corporate Scientologist on line collective.    When will David Miscavige (supreme leader of corporate Scientology and Tom Cruise’s best man) ever learn that attempts to suppress communication and expression only make more news than the news he attempts to censor?

From: Daniele Lattanzi []
Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2012 1:53 AM
To: Ray McKay
Subject: RE: Simple hatting on how to fight back on the internet
and Stand Up For Your Religion

Dear Razz Line members,

I am not a big fan of media, but you may have glanced the news of
the split between TC and Holmes and all the speculations around.
While this is a personal matter, when people start to bring our
religion into the middle and a bunch of uninformed people start to
spread false datum, rumors and defame our religion it became a
matter that does affect my Dynamics and I believe that affects
yours as well.

Well, I am not somebody that I am going to simply stand and watch a
bunch of uninformed people putting my religion under the carpet. So
here is a simple hatting on how you can causative fight back and at
the same time stand up and defend our religion on the internet.

Microsoft or Google or any of these big online company require that
each person when create an account with them follow a Code of
Conduct when they are on the internet. If there are abuse of such
Code of Conduct, those website do actually invite you to report the
matter to the Moderator — in other word, write the matter to

These is where things can be turn around!

Here is a simple example on how to fight back abuse of the Code of
Conduct that is happening within the Microsoft (MSN) website:

1. One of the Code of Conduct that Microsoft impose is to not
“threatens, defames, degrades… an individual or group of
individuals for any reason; including on the basis of age, gender,
disability, ethnicity, sexual orientation, race, religion; or
incites or encourages anyone else to do so..”

So is you go to MSN Now – What’s Trending? you will see different
articles about TC and Holmes split. The articles then ask for
comment…. (Note: if the article does not show up anymore on the
first page, go to the search bar and type ‘Tom Cruise Divorce’…
or a similar search. You want to go where the comment section is)

On each comment if you place your mouse over it,it show up on the
bottom right a tag that say ‘REPORT’.

2. Click the “Report” Tag and a small window show up. Click the tab
“Send Note to Moderator”

3. Once you do that a new window show up and you can send a text of
100 character. You can write something like ‘Violate Your Code of
Conduct’. “defames or degrades a group for any reason including on
the basis of religion.”

The above exact comment it fit.

4. Read the comment from people and pick the ones that fit the
violation of the Code of Conduct.

5. Report the Violation!! That’s it!! You are done.

6. Now rinse and repeat the same process from step 2 to 5..

Once you got the hang of it it get pretty fast and in one hour you
can report of lots of these nonsense comment!

If is only one person (me) reporting these issues, the Moderator at
Microsoft will not take the comment off. if you start to have 10 or
20 people reporting it, they are going to take this down.

LRH give an exact quote on the Price of Freedom that you find on
Tape 1 – Transcript page 32 – The Genus of Dianetics and
Scientology – ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN MIND CONGRESS. The same quote
appear also in the Tech Dictionary under the Price of Freedom.

Ok – there you have it!! This simple hatting is something that you
can use now for this or similar situations that may happen in the

Over to you!

207 responses to “Scientology Inc Wants to Censor Cruise/Holmes Break Up News

  1. I love how the church thinks that it is within their rights to request that their readers report these comments. There is far more harmful information that is floating around the web, disseminated by the CoS.– I was raised as a Scientologist from birth. Living in Clearwater it was impossible to escapen almost. I finally did, after many years… However I now have to deal with the private information being leaked onto the Web about me by these people. If you type my name and the word scientology several links come up for courses compledted by me when I was under the age of 18. I have tried to get the CoS to take this information down but have had no success. What is worse, I have been turned down for employment due to this information popping up on a background check. The CoS is backwards and nothing will change them. This is a case where freedom of religion tramples the rights of those who have grown wiser and made the decision to leave.

  2. Am I ‘clutching at straws’?: Is Scientology, for Hollywood folk as wealthy as Tom Cruise, a means to ‘reduce’ (polite word for it) his tax bill, since religious ‘donations’ are tax free? …is it a scheme in the sense that continued recruitment results in continued deposits, thus older members are able to draw money out if required at a later date… failure to recruit high profile wealthy folk puts the whole scheme in jeopardy? Do members get persuaded in to making donations or giving all their wealth to the ‘church’ thus finding themselves locked in to a ‘way of life’ since they are in no financial position to leave and set up life again unless they are willing to consider being penniless?
    Thank our ancestors for winning the right to freedom of speech. Glorious, isn’t it?

    • Antikapitalista

      :-) No; I believe you hit the nail on its head!
      But, of course, that is a logical conclusion after all, when one takes into consideration that the main reason for the establishment of the Church of Scientology as a religious organization was tax evasion.

  3. Hello, I was never a Scientologist, but I commend you for opening the eyes of millions to the abuses of the CoS. I suggest that the next battle will be over the assets of the church. Why assume that CoS has the only right to Scientology funds? After all, isn’t that what DM fears the most, the loss of assets? If you research recent events, you will find court cases involving the Episcopal Church and splits. Various courts, but not all, have awarded assets to the “break away” factions. It is worth thinking about. Marty, et al, congrats on your bravery!

  4. thanks four your posting

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  8. Scientology could have only been born in America! Invest in education, fellow Americans. Germany has already outlawed this dangerous sect of nutty sci-fi followers, who rely on how gullible people without education can be.

  9. Scientology offends me, I want this page taken down ASAP! LMAO, these scientology peeps seem to think they can control everyone. News flash to the scientology office(S) YOU CAN’T. Which is worse scientology or Tom Cruise? I’m thinking it’s a tie….

  10. Omg that’s funny!!!!! So freaking hilarious! I’m laughing out loud reading all the comments listed here. I am sad for the divorce, the breaking up of a family, especially an innocent little girl. But this religion / cult thing is so incredible! I can’t understand how a superstar at TC’s level of fame can believe in something so bizarre, and so completely, that he lets it destroy his family. So funny to read what the average person thinks and I agree with. How can so small of a group with this outrageous belief system have totally captivated TC’s mind?

  11. JJ its not a tie,i think you should take it easy with them


    Go forth, all you literate friends! Annoy this man. <—— "Hatting" on how to fight back on the internet and stand up for grammar and literacy!

  13. Hmmm… I believe in Science alright, but this Scientology stuff… wow. Liek, wtf. They had a pretty convincing website, but now I just realised — I DONT NEED A RELIGION. Yeah, I’m Catholic by default but it’s all about what I BELIEVE in. I believe in GOOD and BAD, and science — well it explains and proves why things happen, but sometimes you just need to “BELIEVE” in ~something~ … whatever that something is.

  14. David Miscavige and his cronies remind me of children on the playground. Every playground had the children that no one really wanted to play with because they either didn’t play fair or they went tattling to an adult whenever the game didn’t go their way. The phrase that comes to mind is “I’m taking my ball and going home.” They are simply petulant children in adult bodies.

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  16. All members are directed to stem the flow of the tide, as the sand castle is in jeopardy.

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  18. Wow! I thought scientologists have all this great knowledge and educated at a much higher level do the masterful teachings of LRH. If this is true then the person who wrote this email did not learn correctly because there is so many type “O’s” and just so much incorrect basic English usage that I had to stop reading the email.

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  20. On another website, scientology now denies sending out that email. Can’t this organization admit to anything? Their denial techniques are so poor to the point of their denials actually make themselves look even worse in the public eye. Almost every form of argument/informal fallacy, as described by psychology, is present in scientology’s rebutals. Check it out for yourself: It’s funny to watch Tommy Davis on YouTube…. poor listening skills, defaults to aggressive quickly, acts like a bully, etc… just so reflective of holding zero insight into human ethics, yet at the same time trying to claim superior ethics. The organization really needs to upgrade their denial tactics because their current approach is a cookie-cutter formula for making the problem worse. But that is not surprising; if one’s basic essence is evil and harmful, then no matter how much trickery they attempt dish out, the truth will ALWAYS shine through. It’s strange, from a non-cultist point of view, at just how remarkably easy it would be for scientology to solve their problems which would most likely result in tremendous advantages for them. From what I continually read, members who leave the organization are all beefed over similar issues. If those issues were actually solved, the exodus would not even occur. lol The math is so simple.

  21. Wow. I received a number of e-mails regarding this. I am being sued by my former pastor for defamation for $500K and the court hearing is this Friday the 13th. My former pastor was able to get Google to remove some of my negative reviews from Google review site (most likely by using this method), and then I decided to start a blog. A few days after the blog was public, I received a subpoena and was sued for defamation. Apparently my former pastor doesn’t like the words “creepy” and “cult-like” or “wolf” as those were some of phrases in the lawsuit. My story went viral very quickly. It will be interesting to see if they are successful in using this method. I think not.

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  24. Oh em gee the grammar in this note is absolutely atrocious. Daniele…go back to school, sweetie.

  25. I always thought a Scientologist would be able to put sentences together better then a 6TH grader…

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  27. Tom Cruise, John Travolta, David Miscavige should all dress up in their fake admiral uniforms, get on board the Scientology yacht and sail into the sunset.. If only the press would stop reporting on all of this stupidity, all it would take is a few days and they would all be old news. Who really cares or should care about these people ?

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  34. LAUGHS OUT LOUD at instructions

  35. What other religions have “Inc” after there name?? It’s not Catholic, Inc, or Mormon, Inc. This is a cult. David Miscavige – Supreme Corporate Leader?? I read – Jim Jones. Would sure like to know what John Travolta thinks of the Holmes/Cruise situation. Is Travolta as devout a Scientologist as Cruise?

  36. riskybusinessindeed

    If scientology had a theme song, do you think it would be ‘Leave your hat on’?

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  38. What this woman is forgetting is that Scientology is not a recognized religion. You can’t defame someone on the basis of something that isn’t real.

  39. ms. knowur Rites

    gosh, i thought people were allowed to have opinions! My Bad-

  40. Helmuth, speaking for Boskone

    Heh heh. The tactics of 1994! Elaine Siegel suggested in a memo flooding the Net with positive messages about Scientology as a counter to posted criticism. “Imagine 40 to 50 Scientologists posting on the Internet every few days; we’ll just run the SPs” ["suppressive persons," in Scientology lingo] right off the system. It will be quite simple…to make the Internet a safe space for Scientology to expand into.”

    Yes, that worked well…

  41. She must have been one of those kids trapped in the sea org since childhood. Obviously her grammar indicates no more than a third grade education. Amusing.

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  43. It is certainly reassuring to know that Scientology’s education system is flourishing. The grammatical and syntactical errors in this missive are so frequent, I had to stop reading before I even reached the “hatting”.

    I miss the original CAN, before the “church” calculatingly destroyed them.

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