The New York Times recently covered some interesting phenomena that is happening online, see Frank Bruni – How Facebook Warps Our Worlds. Bruni observes that our newfound abilities to facilely pick villains, jump to judgments and duck/cluster with like-opinionated people (all without showing our faces or even necessarily identifying ourselves) has led to some creepy results. You can see how some of that has played out in the world of scientology – where kettles and pots are becoming increasingly indistinguishable – at the following links:
Goodbye to all that…
Alanzo on Ortega and his Underground Bunker
Tony Ortega and Carmen Llywelyn
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Tagged carmen llywelyn, cults, Cyber culture, Frank Bruni, Leah Remini, mike rinder, New York Times, Ray Jeffrey, scientology, The Underground Bunker, tony Ortega
It is heartening to see that established, credible media is now seeing the reality of what we set out to accomplish six years ago and suggested we had accomplished a year ago.
On 10 February 2014 we posted Miscavige’s Obsession With the Rathbuns.
On 24 February 2015 the New York Times posted Scientology’s Chilling Effect.