On Sun, 20 Feb 2000 23:41:38 +0100, firstname.lastname@example.org (Tilman Hausherr) wrote:
>>I mean really, it's so incredible. This kind of whacky behavior is such a
>>caricature of what the Church of Scientology is really all about. The LMT
>>couldn't buy this kind of advertising for any amount of money. They expose
>I bet that they will soon claim that the LMT is setting up these wacky
My first thought exactly...
It's obviously scripted. A new version of the 'spontaneous' letter writing campaigns, where Scientologists are told to 'spontaneously' express their heartfelt feelings, and what those feelings are supposed to be?
More likely, as many have said, a weird attempt to unsettle you and get some aggressive response from you for future use (TROs etc.)
Please do take care though (I know, you've heard this 1000x by now...) At least a little? :-)
Thinking back of the times when I or fellow picketers were being physically pushed outside the AOSH EU, I can't help thinking what if we had happened to fall badly. I really don't think the intention was to harm us, just to intimidate and try to get us to strike back so they would have a better excuse to call the police. But what if Birgitta had fallen through that window pane? What if any of the aggressors had really lost it at that point, and not stopped when told to by their seniors?
I admit I find it scary to be verbally or physically attacked by a person who I can feel is obviously not actually angry at me personally, but just running a program. You can feel the emotion is fake - really does make you think 'pod people'...
>>This is two Sundays in a row now.
A part of the 'Sunday service' the CoS has been advertising lately?
"Love the truth, forgive mistakes"