ASK A SCIENTOLOGIST – 14 STUDENT QUESTIONS ANSWERED ABOUT SCIENTOLOGY

Tad Reeves, of the Scientology Parent blog, answers 14 questions posed by a student about Scientology. Here are his first five answers. Published courtesy of the Scientology Parent website.A student asked the following questions for a school presentation on the subject of Scientology.As a preface to my answers to the questions asked, my name is Tad, I’m a father of 3, a second-generation Scientologist, and am a systems engineer for an Internet service provider.    I’ve been in and around … [Read more...]

Getting it Wrong About Scientology–Again

This post on the Stand website tells of one Scientologist's reaction to an utterly wrong representation of Scientology in a recent game show question. Published courtesy of Standleague.org. The Big Lie I was watching the game show Jeopardy the other night when the host, Alex Trebek, presented the clue, “The most secretive religion in the world.” One of the contestants answered, “What is Scientology?”Alex liked that answer, and the contestant racked his score up a few more dollars and th … [Read more...]

That Joke Ain’t Funny–Scientology Jokes and Their Effect on Scientologists

Post on the STAND website by a Scientologist who is tired of the Scientology Jokes that are based on falsehoods and misinterpretation.There are times I feel like complaining and this is one of those times.I was looking through Facebook the other day and saw a mention of some comedian and his “hilarious” joke about Scientology.Of course, being the vocal person that I am, I had to pipe up that it wasn’t funny. In fact it was offensive.And then I was struck by the irony of it all … [Read more...]

Oops! I Didn’t Know You Were a Scientologist

Scientologist Siouxie Boshoff tells her experience as a youngster when some of her friends started making jokes about Scientology. When she told them she was a Scientologist, they were taken about and were fascinated to find that the propaganda they had bought about the religion was not true.  published courtesy of the STAND website  A Face to Go With a Faith Growing up in a new religion can be an interesting experience.As a child I was completely uninhibited about my beliefs. But … [Read more...]

That Joke Ain’t Funny by Scientologist Jenny Good

Jenny Good takes issue with "humor" that promotes discrimination and bigotry, published courtesy of the STAND websiteThere are times I feel like complaining and this is one of those times.I was looking through Facebook the other day and saw a mention of some comedian and his “hilarious” joke about Scientology.Of course, being the vocal person that I am, I had to pipe up that it wasn’t funny. In fact, it was offensive.And then I was struck by the irony of it all.I was struc … [Read more...]

Human Rights Advocates Honored on Capitol Hill

The finale of the 14th annual Youth for Human Rights International World Tour on Capitol Hill acknowledged stellar volunteers. Outstanding human rights volunteers were honored with Presidential Volunteer Service Awards in a Capitol Hill ceremony marking the finale of Youth for Human Rights International’s 14th annual World Educational Tour.Ambassador Don Bliss (Ret.), President of the National Capital Area Chapter of United Nations Association of the United States of America, ac … [Read more...]

Scientologist Writes About Attempts to Dehumanize Religion

In the following article on the STAND (Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination) website Scientologist Roger Clark presents his theory on attempted stigmatization of Scientologists and other religions.Most people are born good. Most people are born with an innate sense of decency, a good concept of justice, and an inborn understanding of right and wrong. One of the first things you’ll hear out of a child’s mouth is “It’s not fair.” Nobody has to teach them of the principle of fairn … [Read more...]

Scientologists Taking Action Against Discrimination: This Ain’t Our First Rodeo

Scientologist presents his perspective on fake news created to generate bigotry against the Church of Scientology. Published courtesy of the STAND website.One thing I have to admire is the level of integrity in an organization that will kick someone out, knowing full well that in doing so, it may blow up right in its face. My hat is off to the Church of Scientology for sticking to its policies on an even playing field, no matter the fame or status of the person involved. Paraphrased … [Read more...]