Religious bigotry and discrimination rampant at NBC Universal.de
What this survey does show is that media propagandists select a target to attack to create a preconceived false narrative and then conduct a “survey” to determine the result of their propaganda attack.
4 May 2017
Global Networks Deutschland
A Division of NBC-Universal
Your article of 2 May 2017, proclaiming “Two thirds of Germans consider Scientology to be dangerous,” touts a false and duplicitous survey born of ignorance, deception and religious bigotry.
Here’s why. Two thirds of Germans have not visited a Scientology Church or participated in a Scientology religious service and so have no faintest idea what Scientology is.
What this survey does show is that media propagandists select a target to attack to create a preconceived false narrative and then conduct a “survey” to determine the result of their propaganda attack. Germans have a history of doing this unconstitutional and tortious act against designated “targets.”
Leah Remini’s only interest is in creating religious hatred to swell her bank account. She’s a professional bigot on A&E’s payroll, producing a vindictive, one-sided series that never for a moment sought balance. A&E should be ashamed for further fanning the flames of religious intolerance and undermining one of the great freedoms we enjoy.
Religious persecution should remain in historical infamy, not a present-day disgrace.
Religious bigotry of any kind has no place in our society.
New York, NY
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