Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Jenna Elfman goes non-linear

Quoted from

Broadcast on Los Angeles's "Kevin and Bean Show", Indie Film Director John Roecker retold the bizarre incident that occurred to him in the Los Feliz section of town recently. He had been walking to his car with a companion last Sunday when he was approached by a shirtless man and a tall, female blonde. "Hey, man, you're making fun of my religion," said the stranger angrily, according to Roecker.

Roecker quickly recognized the couple as actor Bodhi Elfman and his wife, "Courting Alex" star Jenna Elfman. The cause of the fuss? Roecker's black t-shirt, which had a picture of Tom Cruise on the front under the caption "Scientology is Gay!" and a 'Stayin'-Alive'-era John Travolta on the back with the words "Very Gay!" (both Cruise and Travolta and their people have said repeatedly that they are very not gay.)

Things heated up as Roecker made several references to Scientology theology and its reported central tenant, Xenu(Wikipedia link.)

Roecker retold the story saying Jenna repeatedly said "What crimes have you committed?" and then began screaming at him "Have you raped a baby?" as motorists on Los Feliz Boulevard drove by in snarled traffic.

Roecker says it appears that Bodhi Elfman prepared to take a swing at him, but thought against it. The Elfmans had a young male companion with them whom they continually instructed to move away and cover his ears whenever references to Xenu were made by Roecker.

"Have you raped a baby"???? Where did that come from???

What's up with the $cientology baby?

The gossip has been flying in the last couple of days about the legitimacy, and even existence, of the TomKat baby since the creature's birth certificate was leaked to the press.

The supposed offspring of Tom Cruise, and the now-seldom-seen-and-not-looking-all-that-well-adjusted Katie Holmes has not been seen once in public since birth. And it turns out, the supposedly-happy-and-at-least-mostly-thetan-free couple never bothered to register the being's arrival on this planet. Reportedly an unidentified "friend" (INT Readiness Unit, or perhaps OSA?) showed up nearly a month after the proported new little Pre-Clear arrived on this plane of existence (well, actually California, which is somewhat near this reality) to sign (illegibly) the birth certificate.

What's up with that? What could it mean? The Chicago Tribune says the birth certificate was not signed by the attending physician at the birth, as is normal, but by a nurse who never laid eyes on the baby. "Let the conspiracy theories begin", indeed. The unidentifed OSA agent/friend of the happy couple said the baby needed a birth certificate to get a passport. I wonder where they're going? Does the Planet 10 require a visa? Or maybe they're going to Bulgravia?

Well us Proud Suppressives don't know what's going on, but we strongly suspect that if there was a normal, healthy, attractive, well-adjusted-looking mother and baby available for the Co$ to display, we would be seeing lots of pictures of Katie and the newest Servant of Xenu. So what's going on? There is no baby? Miscarriage? Maybe the baby is not related to Tom Cruise, and Co$ doesn't want people speculating why it doesn't look like him? (I'd call that one highly likely.)

We here at Proud Suppressives have well-placed agents reporting on the Minions of Miscavige, and one of those agents tells us there is indeed a contract between Katie and Tom, involving $10 million for ten years. Don't know what the document says about children, but the agent did say the baby wasn't part of the plan. (But I suppose we're not nearly so clever as those pesky SMERSH operatives.)

Which reminds us... We need to get back to that "OSA vs. KGB" comparison. If you read the history and documentation of the Co$ "security orgs", they are all but verbatim identical to the organization, objectives, and missions of the Soviet intelligence organ.

Saturday, July 01, 2006

A young filmmaker in Winnipeg asks:

Scientology: What the F#$%??

The video is obviously jokey (I laughed out loud a couple of times) - and he ends on a "live and let live" note which I can't agree with - but there's a lot of good stuff there to make fun of. He even somehow gets the Scientologist to allow him into an audit session. I would have thought his jocular flippant tone would have tipped them right off.