This type of television programming is frightening and has placed people at risk. I have grandchildren and I have become concerned for their safety. I personally request that you cease your financial support of this horrible show. Hopefully ratings and money are not the only things that drive Hollywood today.
As a Scientologist, I have seen Scientology do too much good and change too many lives dramatically for the better to stand by while a systematic effort to denigrate it is allowed to pass itself off as information.
Scientology is a truly unique contemporary religion—the only major religion to emerge in the 20th century and flourish in the 21st. While it owes a spiritual debt to Eastern religions, it was born in the West and its religious beliefs are expressed in the technological language of the mid-20th century. Scientology adds a precise and workable technology for applying spiritual concepts to every aspect of life.
The Miami New Times, a part of the notorious “Backpage.com” online pimping and sex-trafficking network, saw fit to wrongly target officials participating the grand opening of the new Church of Scientology in Miami.
Your article of last week gives your readership a completely tainted and false impression of the Purification Rundown, which, in Scientology, is an entirely spiritual address to toxins lodged in cells of the body.
Your reference insults not only members of the Scientology religion but also anyone who cares about respect for the religion or beliefs of others. Your article shows an utter lack of respect for anyone who believes in something you don’t.
This letter is to express my disgust at the bigoted, snark-laden portrayal of the Church of Scientology in Rosie DiManno’s column published yesterday on the website of the Toronto Star and affiliated publications.
The snide, snobby, condescending and bigoted view of one far too satisfied with her own ignorance is grossly out of place in today’s world where it is shameful to fan hatred toward members of any religion.