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  1. takedownSci says – reply to this


    801

    It's on BBC now! Well done Perez.

  2. he's KRAZY!! says – reply to this


    802

    Re: Birdy – HIlarious!!

  3. Sam says – reply to this


    803

    This is how all religions start out…First in small numbers where they are often called looneys then they gain members and then do what the Christians and Muslims did, take other the bloody world and make people who can't think for themselves.

  4. kitty says – reply to this


    804

    The powers that be (head robots) probably had this video removed from Youtube. They don't want everyone to see how insane Tom Cruise and Scientology is.

  5. he's a drone says – reply to this


    805

    I certainly wouldn't have him represent my organization. He sounds like a complete idiot. He certainly is no great orator. What was the point of the whole thing? He rambled on and on about "having to do something" and spectators? Simply put; if they were to try and use this video to recruit more drones; it sure wouldn't work on more advanced life forms; like bacteria.

  6. fcavazos says – reply to this


    806

    and it all began with f–king mimi rogers. it was her fault he got into this cult.
    poor tom. i really now no longer like him and i refuse to go see anymore of his movies the same as i have done to the jolies and pitts. hah!

  7. message to #850 says – reply to this


    807

    Don't insult bacteria!

  8. anon says – reply to this


    808

    Last time I checked, not passing by but helping a car crash victim was a civilian duty. You don't have to be Scientologist. Unless you want to give your money away too.

  9. Laurenzo says – reply to this


    809

    Hmmm… already the video dissappears? wonder why…CULTTTT!!!!

  10. Tommy Girl is my Hero! says – reply to this


    810

    Boy oh boy! I sure hope if I ever have a heart attack or stroke or am hit by a speeding bullet that Tom Cruise is nearby to save me. It scares me and makes me sad (especially as my husband is a physician) that of the billions of people on this earth, that Tom Cruise, who never graduated from high school (like so many other Scientologists), is the only one who can help save the world. Wow. No wonder he's exhausted! Katie is just so Goddamned lucky!

  11. KRISTINA says – reply to this


    811

    DAMN…IT SELF DESTRUCTED ALREADY….
    THAT ALIENS GOT SUM POWER HUH? LOL

    LUV U PEREZIE POO!

  12. TOM YOU NEED A VACATION! ENJOY LIVE WHEN YOU CAN IDIOT. says – reply to this


    812

    "We know, we just know…I don't know, but we just know, ya know, it's just it…we see things…whatever, we're here to help…" HAHAHAHAHAHA WHAT A LUNATIC THE ONLY WHAY YOU CAN HELP IS IF YOU DONATED SOME OF YOUR FORTUNE TO THE POOER

  13. SO FUCKING CRAZY says – reply to this


    813

    hahahahaHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHhahahahahahahHhahahahHhhahshahahahHAHAHAHAHHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHHAHAHAHA

  14. JoJo has a jug head says – reply to this


    814

    Re: fcavazos – I thought Mimi Rogers divorced him because he got involved with this cult (and she said he was clearly gay)? She is the only one who will actually talk about the whole sham. Oh well at least Katie will get $30 million after her 10 years are up. Not bad considering her career is DOA!

  15. Fo' shizzle says – reply to this


    815

    Scientologists are "ambulance chasers" who show up at disaster sites such as: New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, the Virginia Tech shootings, the Boxing Day tsunami, etc. They make a huge deal about how much they've helped, too, like the pompous fuckwits that they truly are. After Hurricane Katrina, John Travolta's wife Kelly (the robot with no personality) Preston was on some radio show I was listening to. She kept giggling and mentioning that John had flown their very own 747 into the disaster zone loaded with supplies and medical supplies. These "actors" are seriously fucked in the head if they think they are "helping". Get out of the fucking way……sickening the way they make sure they get their picture taken and instead of donating money quietly or anonymously; that's what people with actual integrity do. I've been around some of these morons and they always, always, always talk about all of the celebrities that are involved in this stupid shit! Tom Cruise, Kirstie Alley, John Travolta, Jenna Elfman, Greta von Sustren (no, I am so not kidding.) They believe they are superior to us SPs and are dumb enough to join something because Tom Cruise endorses it. Fuck them all.

  16. Me says – reply to this


    816

    He's fuckin' insane!
    Poor baby Suri ((((

  17. Ashley says – reply to this


    817

    its gone. damn cult

  18. lorena says – reply to this


    818

    Re: Maria – Everybody body can help each other, but scientologists do it in a a very effective way. You really receive help!!!!!

  19. lorena says – reply to this


    819

    Re: Vanessa L – Of COURSE you do not understand, that is why it is not a public video, but only reserved to be showed at church, because they explain to you where those words come from and how to apply them to your life

  20. reply to #863 says – reply to this


    820

    Yeah, I forgot about Greta van Susteren. I've always hated FOX (how could one not with Bill O'Reilly there infecting everything he touches?), and now I have another reason to know it's filled with losers. It makes sense, though: Scientologists are notoriously Republican — another in the long line of reasons to NEVER vote Republican. BTW, what's the deal with Greta's mouth? Did she have a stroke? Why does one side always seem stuck in reverse? Also, her voice? Did she swallow a Habitrail filled with hamsters? And her hair? Does she ride to work on a motorcycle?

  21. TGIRL says – reply to this


    821

    he's crazy - simple as that. he keeps going on and on about doing something, changing something, blah blah blah. what has he done to help anyone? just because you stop and help a few people whose car is broken done doesn't make you any more special than the millions of other "SP's" that do it everyday, you douchebag!
    He's just such a freaking weirdo talking in circles so much it makes your head spin. I feel so sorry for Katie Holmes and her baby. Katie doesn't have a personality anymore, everything is just "great, amazing, thrilling, very fulfilling" do you even have an independant thought in your head anymore sweetie?!?!
    And I thought Tom Cruise was gay or sterile? How come his 1st wife never had kids? How come he had to adopt with Nicole Kidman? And now we're supposed to believe that Suri is his? I wouldn't put it past those weirdos to make her have L Ron Hubbard's kid….Tom Cruise is a horrible actor and if he really wanted to help change the world and actually help people - OPEN YOUR CHECKBOOK DICKHEAD!

  22. lorena says – reply to this


    822

    Re: Travelguy – YEs, there are so many places where you can see this video, in local scientology and dianetics organizations all aroun the world, find them on internet

  23. Ugh. says – reply to this


    823

    Re: Kaly – Kaly, you sound like a con artist and loser both. Peddle your skank elsewhere.

  24. John Stall The Wonderpope says – reply to this


    824

    Re: Tom Cruise is lacking in intelligence – "PSYCHOTIC FUGUE!" THAT WAS MAH-VA-LOUS!!!

  25. lorena says – reply to this


    825

    All i can say is THANKS perezhilton for all the free publicity, you do not know it, but many people will try to get more information about scientology and many of them will join us. Not even britney get so many comments as this video is. This only is a proof of Tom popularity and fast growing of scientology. If you want a proof just check how wonderfull life Tom Has now and ever had, no matter who he was with. Many would like to have at least 1% of tom succesfull life, personal and commercial. Just see how almost any other artist who make it then sel destroy themselves, because they can not handle it, BUT TOM handle it very well

  26. DORIAN G. says – reply to this


    826

    I don't understand why the "Church" is blocking the ability to see the video. HA! I mean, to have it on PEREZ, what better way to get out their message to kajillions of peeps? Truth is, the SCI-INTOLERANT-FUX don't want SANE people to see this CRAZY shit. I'm sure they only want it available to HOT PROSPECTS for their BUSINESS, meaning someone who would go into one of their worldwide OFFICES. That's all.

  27. Lisa McPherson Killed by Scientogolists says – reply to this


    827

    Re: lorena – Tom and your "religion" is the AntiChrist. I looked up scientolgoy because of this, you are right. But I looked up Lisa Mcpherson. I looked up your thriving cult of greed. You play good roles of good samaritans, but you people are evil. You may be normal at this point, but what about the harrassing nature of your cult. One of the earliest critics was nearly destroyed because you can't take criticism. You're either with Tom or your against Tom. He will impose HIS ETHICS. This is a free country, Psycho.
    .
    Even L Ron Hubbards son denounces him. He's in Carson City and said his father admittied it was a scam. L Ron himself said, if you want make millions, create your own religion. You are a fool. He mashed up the ideas of other religions and philosophies into his Science fiction writing.
    .
    I don't want Tom's life. And I feel so sorry for that vacuous humanoid, Katie.

  28. Lisa says – reply to this


    828

    Re: lorena – You are so lost. You call it church. hahaha…. They call it church to not have to pay taxes. You are following a philosophy. And if you called it a philosophy, I wouldn't have as much of a problem with it. But to call it religion is like calling making money one's religion….. Oh, yeah, that's their point! And why would you need these made up acronyms explained to you? Because they used catchy phrases so that lost people like you can say, "yeah, Yeah. I understand now. I get it now. wow, thanks Scientology…"
    .
    And this has not gotten more blogs than Britney. She gets hundreds and hundreds a day. This is Toms and Scientology's only high numbered one and most of the comments, ALL OF THE COMMENTS ARE NEGATIVE.

  29. Lula says – reply to this


    829

    This is so fucking funny. It proves what a nut job he is and he's making no sense. Aparently the $cientologists have had it taken down from You Tube. Because it shows what a bunch of jack asses they are. hhahahahahahahahahhaahhahahahahahahhahahHA!

  30. patty says – reply to this


    830

    Why is it every video I try to view says that it is no longer available…….ugh!

  31. Boston says – reply to this


    831

    This has been pulled but you can still view it at gawker.com

  32. Miscavige says – reply to this


    832

    When David Miscavige recounts his rise to power in the Church of Scientology — a journey that began when he quit high school at age 16 — it is mostly a story of war. War against renegade Scientologists. War against Scientology’s critics. War against its one-time arch enemy, the IRS.
    Miscavige’s friends say he is “intense” and “insistent” and “doesn’t suffer fools lightly.” Scientology’s critics say he is a bully.
    He will challenge with a blue-eyed stare or lean forward with a direct, no-nonsense question. His attention sticks to the discussion at hand, and his words shoot out machine gun-style, in the accent of the Philadelphia suburb where he grew up. He will pound a table for emphasis or snap his fingers so hard you imagine they sting.
    He is an early-rising, late-working mix of energy and emotion and confidence, all in a solid, 5-feet-5 frame.

  33. Scientologists are Effective in helping says – reply to this


    833

    Clearwater is a major destination for thousands of Scientologists, including many who come for discounted counseling packages that, according to recent brochures, can range from $8,000 to $77,000.
    .
    prices in 1998.
    .
    VERY EFFECTIVE AT STEALING PEOPLE'S MONEY.

  34. Miscavige says – reply to this


    834

    workers manufacture “e-meters,” the electronic devices that Scientologists say can track thoughts.
    .Despite a traditional education that ended at age 16, Miscavige also “has one of the most incisive minds I’ve ever seen,” Yingling said.
    .
    “He’s just very effective at listening to what people’s concerns are and saying, ‘We can come up with a solution to that.’ ”

  35. WTF #873??? says – reply to this


    835

    Re: lorena – He certainly "handles himself" better than you handle the English language. Did David Miscavige pick you up in some Asian whorehouse? You sound like a moron. You're probably the official spokesperson for Scientology.

  36. #880 thanks for the fascinating description says – reply to this


    836

    Re: Miscavige – Wow. David Miscavige sounds like one pithy piece of steamin' shit.

  37. SL says – reply to this


    837

    Run, Katie, Run!!

  38. TIME: THE THRIVING CULT OF GREED AND POWER BY RICHARD BEHAR says – reply to this


    838

    By all appearances, Noah Lottick of Kingston, Pa., had been a normal, happy 24-year-old who was looking for his place in the sun. On the day last June when his parents drove to New York City to obtain his body, they were nearly catatonic with grief.
    .
    This young Russian-studies scholar had jumped from a 10th-floor window of the Milford Plaza Hotel and bounced off the hood of a stretch limousine. When the police arrived, his fingers were still clutching $171 in cash, virtually the only money he hadn't turned over to the Church of Scientology, the self-help "philosophy" group he had discovered JUST SEVEN MONTHS earlier.
    .
    His death inspired his father Edward, a physician, to start his own investigation of the church. "We thought Scientology was something like Dale Carnegie," Lottick says. "I now believe it's a school for psychopaths." Their so-called therapies are manipulations. They take the best and the brightest people and destroy them." The Lotticks want to sue the church for contributing to their son's death, but the prospect has them frightened. For nearly 40 years, the big business of Scientology has shielded itself exquisitely behind the First Amendment as well as a battery of high-priced criminal lawyers and shady private detectives.

  39. CULT AWARENESS NETWORK RUN BY SCIENTOLOGIST BOOK BURNERS says – reply to this


    839

    The Cult Awareness Network (CAN) was founded in the wake of the November 18, 1978 deaths of members of the new religious movement Peoples Temple and assassination of Congressman Leo J. Ryan in Jonestown, Guyana. CAN is now owned and operated by associates of the Church of Scientology, an organization that the original founders of CAN strongly opposed. Prior to its takeover, CAN provided information on groups that it considered to be cults, as well as support and referrals to exit counselors and so-called deprogrammers. Supporters and detractors alike use the terms "Old CAN" and "New CAN" to refer to the two periods of the organization's existence.
    .
    Outrageous Betrayel not allowed to be sold.
    .
    "Now, when you call looking for information about a cult, chances are the person you're talking to is a Scientologist." An August 2007 article in FOX News on the Wikipedia Scanner noted that Church of Scientology computers had been used to delete references between itself and the Cult Awareness Network on Wikipedia.

  40. KISSER says – reply to this


    840

    "Scientology is quite likely the most ruthless, the most classically terroristic, the most litigious and the most lucrative cult the country has ever seen. No cult extracts more money from its members." This quote has since been referenced verbatim in other secondary sources discussing Scientology

  41. Chakka says – reply to this


    841

    Re: lorena

    Will I get a free pair of Nikes and a black cape if I join?? What about a year supply of KoolAid? Count me in!

  42. TIME: says – reply to this


    842

    Scientology is now run by David Miscavige, a high school dropout and second-generation church member. Defectors describe him as cunning, ruthless and so paranoid about perceived enemies that he kept plastic wrap over his glass of water. His obsession is to obtain credibility for Scientology in the 1990s.
    .An Internal Revenue Service ruling in 1967 stripped Scientology's mother church of its tax-exempt status. A federal court ruled in 1971 that Hubbard's medical claims were bogus and that E-meter auditing could no longer be called a scientific treatment. Hubbard responded by going fully religious, seeking First Amendment protection for Scien- tology's strange rites. His counselors started sporting clerical collars. Chapels were built, franchises became "missions," fees became "fixed donations," and Hubbard's comic-book cosmology became "sacred scriptures.'
    .
    Psychiatrists say these sessions can produce a drugged-like, mind-controlled euphoria that keeps customers coming back for more.

  43. wake up says – reply to this


    843

    Re: Miscavige – you are brainwashed, my friend. please Help yourself by leaving this cult.

  44. TIME says – reply to this


    844

    To pay their fees, newcomers can earn commissions by recruiting new mem- bers, become auditors themselves (Miscavige did so at age 12), or join the church staff and receive free counseling in exchange for what their written contracts describe as a "billion years" of labor. "Make sure that lots of bodies move through the shop," implored Hubbard in one of his bulletins to officials. "Make money. Make more money. Make others produce so as to make money . . . However you get them in or why, just do it."

  45. chrysalis says – reply to this


    845

    not first!

  46. Juice Tuna says – reply to this


    846

    This poor guy is so lost!

  47. Jezebel says – reply to this


    847

    You can still watch it on Gawker.com
    They are hosting a copy.

  48. Miscavige says – reply to this


    848

    Re: wake up – Those are qoutes of Miscavige and statements about David Miscavige, the Scientology "church" leader. Miscavige is a bad man.

  49. Holly says – reply to this


    849

    Dang, I'm too slow. I missed the video.

  50. he's a drone says – reply to this


    850

    Re: message to #850
    Not insulting bacteria; I was simply saying bacteria is a higher life form than TommyGirlCruiseMissle and his gay lover David Miscavige (a.ka. REAL father of Suri).

    That is all.

  51. he's a drone says – reply to this


    851

    Re: lorena
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  52. Candice says – reply to this


    852

    perez,

    Where did it go???? I missed it and I really want to see it can you e-mail to me?????

  53. opi says – reply to this


    853

    Why hasn't the mainstream media went after cult member Cruise? Why idoes only Brit Andrew Morton have the guts? The whole cult is VERY alarming.

  54. opi says – reply to this


    854

    Greta van Susteren is also married to a Scientologist, John Coale, an attorney, who the Scientology "church" let handle Scientology member Lisa Marie's divorce.

  55. Brittany says – reply to this


    855

    tom cruise is crazy… why is katie with him?? she must be out of her mind to stay with him… she must be with him for publicity reasons, because thatd not love

  56. INSECURE MUCH? says – reply to this


    856

    This guy is a FUCKIN'FREAK! Not only that, he can't even complete a coherent sentence. What an idiot. He looks completely brainwashed. What an insecure man. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEUUUUWW

  57. Jd says – reply to this


    857

    I couldn't stop staring at his saggy neck skin!
    Ever thought of a beard Tom?

  58. MADMAN and FREAK says – reply to this


    858

    He is a HUUUUGE creep! He can't form a complete sentence, WTF! Even if he could, WHAT is he trying to say?? He sounds dumb as a doorknob. Why did I used to think he was hot? Was he normal then? What happened to him??? I can't stand him now. When he laughs he is extreeeeeemely creeeeepy. Poor Suri, she doesn't stand a chance with two dip sticks for parents. Euuuw

  59. WHAT A GIRL says – reply to this


    859

    He's so excited, in a girly, childish, gay way.

  60. wake up says – reply to this


    860

    Re: Miscavige – sorry, it sounded like you were buying into this nonsense! I will tell anyone who is involved in this to not be a mindless drone and to please educate yourself. The history of scientology is very disturbing. LRon was closely affiliated with and idolized Alistair Crowley, head of the church of satan. I cannot believe Tom & Co. have accepted this as their "mission impossible". Couldn't resist that one :)

  61. yomama67 says – reply to this


    861

    I wanted to see it. But Scientology took it down. That action itself speaks volumes!

  62. sweetblondie says – reply to this


    862

    Re: george jetson
    oh fuck…that's some funny shit right there…i'm lol over here! thanks!

  63. perezlover:b says – reply to this


    863

    Well, I guess it got self-destructed y'all. What a BIG surprise.. first bitches

  64. summar says – reply to this


    864

    Anyone logged on to see this? The "Church" has taken it down. They strike again.

  65. Viva La Cruise! says – reply to this


    865

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  66. yayadada says – reply to this


    866

    its time to expose his secret gay lover!!! its his "personal trainer" the good looking guy thats part of his entourage. perez show us his photo!!

  67. message to #906 says – reply to this


    867

    Re: Jd – He already has a beard. Her name is Katie.

  68. Not here! says – reply to this


    868

    Re: Let me tell you – Quote: Beware! The scientology centers that are for drug rehab don't advertise up front that they are based on scientology. *Unquote*
    Last year, there was quite a stir in the German media about Scientology running institutions for pupils to get coaching lessons. Of course, it was unknown to the parents that the "Church" of Scientology was actually running these places when they signed their kids up at one of these places; it was only after the media found out about it that this became known.
    So given that Scientology will not receive the status of being an official religion for the foreseeable future (there are now even murmers about banning them amongst German politicians) here in Germany, they are now trying to go after children.
    BTW, Scientology is mainly so desperate about becoming an official religion here because of tax reasons - they could keep a lot more money if they were an offial religion.

  69. L Ron Hubbard Jr Interview with Penthouse says – reply to this


    869

    Penthouse: He was trying to perform an abortion?
    Hubbard: According to him and my mother, he tried to do it with me. I was born at six and a half months and weighed two pounds, two ounces. I mean, I wasn't born: this is what came out as a result of their attempt to abort me. It happened during a night of partying –he got involved in trying to do a black-magic number. Also, I've got to complete this by saying that he thought of himself as the Beast 666 incarnate.

  70. More Good News!!! says – reply to this


    870

    Katie's new ridiculously stupid movie — "Mad Money" — already is tanking. Check out the reviews on Rotten Tomatoes. One trashes it more than the next. The Cruise/Holmes merger has turned to mildew. It's obvious only losers and hostages will see this piece of celluloid shit.

  71. Penthouse says – reply to this


    871

    Penthouse: The devil?
    Hubbard: Yes. The Antichrist. Alestair Crowley thought of himself as such. And when Crowley died in 1947, my father then decided that he should wear the cloak of the beast and become the most powerful being in the universe.

  72. PENTHOUSE says – reply to this


    872

    Penthouse: You were sixteen years old at that time. What did you believe in?
    Hubbard: I believed in Satanism. There was no other religion in the house! Scientology and black magic. What a lot of people don't realize is that Scientology is black magic that is just spread out over a long time period. To perform black magic generally takes a few hours or, at most, a few weeks. But in Scientology it's stretched out over a lifetime, and so you don't see it. Black magic is the inner core of Scientology –and it is probably the only part of Scientology that really works. Also, you've got to realize that my father did not worship Satan. He thought he was Satan. He was one with Satan. He had a direct pipeline of communication and power with him. My father wouldn't have worshiped anything. I mean, when you think you're the most powerful being in the universe, you have no respect for anything, let alone worship.

  73. Penthouse says – reply to this


    873

    Penthouse: Let's get back to how you saw Scientology working on an individual basis. What if someone wrote to your father asking if he could cure their cancer?
    Hubbard: He'd say, Oh, yes, he could handle that.
    Penthouse: And what would be the charge for curing cancer?
    Hubbard: Back in those days it was anywhere from $10 to $25 an hour. Now, it's up to $300 or more an hour.

  74. Penthouse says – reply to this


    874

    Penthouse: What exactly did that pay for?
    Hubbard: To be audited. In the old days, the patient would lie on a couch and the auditor would sit in a chair and counsel. The words auditing, counseling, and processing are really the same in Scientology.
    Penthouse: What would be discussed?
    Hubbard: They would say that the cancer and its cure are just incidental to the main problem of one's "spiritual development." And according to Dianetics and Scientology, the explanation for cancer is basically that you have a sex problem?

  75. Penthouse says – reply to this


    875

    Penthouse: What exactly did that pay for?
    Hubbard: To be audited. In the old days, the patient would lie on a couch and the auditor would sit in a chair and counsel. The words auditing, counseling, and processing are really the same in Scientology.
    Penthouse: What would be discussed?
    Hubbard: They would say that the cancer and its cure are just incidental to the main problem of one's "spiritual development." And according to Dianetics and Scientology, the explanation for cancer is basically that you have a sex problem?

  76. dale says – reply to this


    876

    Re: Liza – Some of the other videos leaked of the same awards ceremony as taken from the clip above (currently on youtube but soon to disappear) clarifies this I think….Scientologists think something is going to happen soon to planet earth and it will be only the Scientologists left to take over. That's why he can't go on vacation, he's too busy trying to convert people over before TSHTF and Scientologists are left to rule what's left.

  77. The Family Tree says – reply to this


    877

    Katie Holme's mother had herself injected & infected with L. Ron's sperm. Katie is L. Ron's daughter. Wow! That makes Suri his daughter and granddaughter. That makes Katie the mother of her sister. And it all makes so much sense in the world of Tom Cruise's Scientology!

  78. Fo' Shizzle says – reply to this


    878

    Re: lorena – One day you will realize that you have been taken for a ride and then you will feel betrayed. But if you complain about Scientology, they will destroy you, your reputation and anything else you hold dear. I tried taking a couple of your Scientology courses; but since I have intelligence, I laughed in their faces! Told them to get bent! E-meters? Wow…..that's the stupidest thing I've ever heard of!!! Teegeeack……pull the fucking trigger! I have been to a seminar that they held. Since it reminded me of the Hitler Youth Movement, I felt that I had to flee. Why do you think Katie suddenly looks so great? Ever hear of selling your soul to the devil? Seriously, get fucked Lorena!

  79. Google this only if you have a strong stomach says – reply to this


    879

    Google "Mary Sue Whipp Scientology" and find out all about L. Ron's wife and L. Ron Jr.'s mother. L. Ron was more of a motherfucker than anyone ever thought.

  80. Google this only if you have a strong stomach says – reply to this


    880

    Google "Mary Sue Whipp Scientology" and find out all about L. Ron's wife and L. Ron Jr.'s mother. L. Ron was more of a motherfucker than anyone ever thought.

  81. Google this only if you have a strong stomach says – reply to this


    881

    Google "Mary Sue Whipp Scientology" and find out all about L. Ron's wife and L. Ron Jr.'s mother. L. Ron was more of a motherfucker than anyone ever thought.

  82. Google this only if you have a strong stomach says – reply to this


    882

    Google "Mary Sue Whipp Scientology" and find out all about L. Ron's wife and L. Ron Jr.'s mother. L. Ron was more of a motherfucker than anyone ever thought.

  83. Google this only if you have a strong stomach says – reply to this


    883

    Google "Mary Sue Whipp Scientology" and find out all about L. Ron's wife and L. Ron Jr.'s mother. L. Ron was more of a motherfucker than anyone ever thought.

  84. Google this only if you have a strong stomach says – reply to this


    884

    Google "Mary Sue Whipp Scientology" and find out all about L. Ron's wife and L. Ron Jr.'s mother. L. Ron was more of a motherfucker than anyone ever thought.

  85. Cort says – reply to this


    885

    This dude is freakin… crazy!!! What is he even saying on this video. It makes no sense… Poor Katie does she take him seriously when he is like this???

  86. Boycott Cruise Movies says – reply to this


    886

    Flash—Tom Cruise "Hollywood's #1 Crazy Asshole". I will never see, watch, or even think of another of his movies. This guy is out there. Hopefully, Miss Katy will get the hell out of Dodge before she falls further into the stepford wife mold. Then he can hook up with Britney Spears and they can drink the peyote or kook aid they both are now on together.

  87. avril says – reply to this


    887

    Anyone who still wants to check this out can on gawker.com! They have posted a copy of this load of gobble-de-gook and have no intention of removing it. So to see the nutbag that is Tom in full flight, google gawker!

  88. A. C. says – reply to this


    888

    Re: Jess

    What?? Scientologist was NOT founded by an anthropologist. Maybe you read about Christian Scientists instead. Scientology was founded by a science-fiction writer/con man, L. Ron Hubbard. It's all about aliens.

  89. A. C. says – reply to this


    889

    Re: The choir

    So … are you Clear yet? Do you believe in Xenu? That's what it's really all about?

    More importantly, do you know who Lisa McPherson is?

  90. miss kitty says – reply to this


    890

    katie holmes is fucking insane to be fucking around with this son of a bitch.

  91. papahead says – reply to this


    891

    all cults talk in circles like that. they can't give you a clear answer to their lies with backed up facts, ie mormons, jehovah witness, scientologist, etc. I know someone who became a scientologist, her parents tried to come get her from their center and they kidnapped her and took her to another state. Her parents have not heard from her in over a year. Don't see anymore of these films by tom cruise, john travolta, and the rest of them to start getting rid of these cults!!

  92. bec says – reply to this


    892

    Does anyone have any idea what he’s rambling on about? He just seems to be talking a lot about nothing in particular… for a very long eight minutes or so.

  93. EuropEll says – reply to this


    893

    “When somebody enrols, consider he or she has joined up for the duration of the universe - never permit an “open-minded” approach… If they enrolled, they’re aboard, and if they’re aboard they’re here on the same terms as the rest of us - win or die in the attempt. Never let them be half minded about being Scientologists… When Mrs. Pattycake comes to us to be taught, turn that wandering doubt in her eye into a fixed, dedicated glare. The proper instruction attitude is, We'd rather have you dead than incapable."
    - L. Ron Hubbard, KEEPING SCIENTOLOGY WORKING, 7 February 1965, reissued 27 August 1980

  94. EuropEll says – reply to this


    894

    "We're playing for blood, the stake is EARTH."
    - L. Ron Hubbard, Hubbard Communications Office Policy Letter, 7 November 1962

    "ENEMY SP Order. Fair game. May be deprived of property or injured by any means by any Scientologist without any discipline of the Scientologist. May be tricked, sued or lied to or destroyed."
    - L. Ron Hubbard, Hubbard Communications Office Policy Letter, 18 October 1967
    [SP = Suppressive Person a.k.a. critic of Scientology]

  95. EuropEll says – reply to this


    895

    "MAKE MONEY. MAKE MORE MONEY. MAKE OTHER PEOPLE PRODUCE SO AS TO MAKE MORE MONEY."
    - L. Ron Hubbard, Hubbard Communications Office Policy Letter, 9 March 1972, MS OEC 384

    "Scientology is the only specific (cure) for radiation (atomic bomb) burns."
    - L. Ron Hubbard, ALL ABOUT RADIATION, p. 109

    I’d like to start a religion. That’s where the money is."
    - L. Ron Hubbard to Lloyd Eshbach, in 1949; quoted by Eshbach in OVER MY SHOULDER: REFLECTIONS ON A SCIENCE FICTION ERA, Donald M. Grant Publisher. 1983

    ——————————————————————————————NOW, ARE YOU SCARED YET??!!

  96. Can you say FUCKTARD??? says – reply to this


    896

    L. Ron Hubbard, in some drug-addled state, wrote a silly novel and then dedicated his drug-addled life to living it out. And high school drop-outs everywhere, a la Tom Cruise, jumped on board because that's what uneducated, gullible, stupid people do: The grab any life raft floating by, especially those that are mirages, because they're the sparkliest — they have nothing concrete in them for the sun to reflect.

  97. Professional? says – reply to this


    897

    I read that Hubbard was professional in over 30 fields? That's got to be a lie?

  98. jessica says – reply to this


    898

    Re: Jess
    HA HA HA L. R. HUBBARD WROTE SCI FI, HE HAD NOTHING TO DO W/ ANTHROPOLOGY………..YOU'RE JUST ANOTHER BRAINWASHED SCIENCRAYZEEE!

  99. jess says – reply to this


    899

    Re: OMG!!!!1
    lol that was the best comment ever!

  100. your dumb too says – reply to this


    900

    Re: Jess
    Um, maybe you need to stop smoking crack?

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