May the Best Man Whine
I get a lot of right-wing lunacy sent to my email box. We’ve all seen it. “Obama’s a Secret Muslim!” “Obama not born in the U.S.!” Wild-eyed stuff that has been long since disproved yet taken to heart by people who don’t want to know the truth.
BTW, why do I never see any left-wing equivalent: “McCain Faked Being a P.O.W.! Spent years in four star hotel as traitor to country!” Liberals aren’t always right, but why don’t I see them writing chain-mail lunacy? Or am I just on the wrong lists?
I try to keep politics out of the blog and while I enjoy passionately discussing the issues of the day with people who disagree with me, I try not to be disagreeable. But sometimes I have a short fuse.
I received a right-wing column the other day that was pretty disagreeable and I wrote back. We exchanged several emails in which he stated some strong opinions Now, I would normally keep such conversations private but he is a public figure. The man ran for City Council in 2001.
Here’s what’s puzzling me. Kevin Hancock was declared an SP and kicked out of Scientology in 1991 but he still believes in the tech. I’m not sure where he is on the bridge but he seems pretty confident about his position in life and the knowledge he has gained using Hubbard’s tech.
Yet, of all the candidate in the City Council race, he came in 7th with only 168 votes. That means six other people who weren’t Scientologists (to the best of my knowledge) beat him.
Six people who had millions of lifetimes of unhandled engrams, and were covered head-to-toe with invisible Body Thetans which must have caused the Wog candidates untold problems. They had no Hubbard tech. None. Nada. Zip.
Still – they beat the guy.
How is that possible? Why do we have non-Scientologist leaders in virtually every field (except sometimes at the box-office) when such worthy candidates as Kevin Hancock offer their advanced abilities to the public?
There is only one answer that explains it. Scientology is nonsense. It doesn’t work. it doesn’t create powerful beings. It creates delusions. Most of them are harmless. However, some people have their lives destroyed. Which is why I speak out against Scientology fraud and abuse.
Kevin is really upset with Jason Beghe. He thinks Jason has MU’s or screwed-up the tech somehow to not get its benefits. But if I may paraphrase Jason:
“Kevin, show me the mother-fucking clear!”Explore posts in the same categories: Anonymous, New Voices