The Bomb Threat

Although I’ve seen comparison’s of the YouTube “bomb threat” and Scientology’s propoganda DVD version dating back almost a year now, this one has some stuff I don’t think I have seen before, including the possible origin of the Earth image itself.

Here’s the description that is up on YouTube with this video:

A bomb threat video was uploaded on YouTube by the user Church0fScient0l0gy on February 13, 2008.

This video was up for at most one hour on YouTube as Anonymous on the former enturbulation.org reported it to YouTube and federal authorities. Some anons saved the YouTube bomb threat vid, and it can actually be found archived here.

A YouTube user by the name AnonymousFacts uploaded a video on the Anonymous Hate Crimes DVD given out prior to the March 15, 2008 protest. Although AnonymousFacts user is now suspended, this video has been archived here.

LRonHu88ard made an excellent video comparing the YouTube flv to the video on the DVD. YouTube tends to reduces the quality of a video after uploading. Since the DVD version of the video is of a higher quality than the YouTube version, there is speculation that they owned the original and posed as Anonymous to send themselves a bomb threat like they did with Paulette Cooper.

This same Earth logo is used part of the logo for Scientology front group, Comm Line.

The discussion involving the investigation of this can be found here.

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14 Comments on “The Bomb Threat”

  1. Geradeaus Karfield Says:

    Amazing….when will they learn?

  2. Lizzy0lizzard Says:

    $tupid $cions

  3. Xchidna Says:

    Wow, that was dumb of them. Way to use your own logo to threaten yourselves.

  4. amequty Says:

    If the claim is made that this is a bomb threat “like they did with Paulette Cooper” then the argument is moot because there is no proof whatsoever that the CoS has done so.

    Using a myth to boost up one’s argument is not very sound, is it?

  5. Bill W Says:

    With just the information presented here, it would seem COS has been caught doing something. However, it would not be beyond reason that these images could have been used in the opposite manner than the information presented as evidence. There is just too much ambiguity for me to really make a decsion either way. However, this “proof” does some interesting questions for which COS has no answers.

  6. XENU TV Says:

    Just because you don’t believe it Bernie, doesn’t automatically make it a myth.

    Do you really think Paulette Cooper threatened Kissinger, the UN and Scientology? Really? Isn’t is remarkable that she should decide to do this after the time-frame in which documents from Scientology were created that indicated they were going to frame her for those bomb threats? Documents uncovered later in FBI raids.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Freakout

    Gee, Scientology got very lucky there, didn’t they? They didn’t have to frame her after all, because she decided to do it herself, by your argument.

    Doesn’t the absurd wording of the “threat” seem the same as the absurd examples that were buried in other covert plots against Cooper, Cazares and others?

    Is it any wonder that people might believe a journalist over the dangerous group whose leadership went to prison at the time for these very types of covert, illegal and despicable actions? Leadership who stipulated that they did commit the obscene crimes listed in the United States of American vs. Mary Sue Hubbard.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Snow_White

    In your efforts to portray yourself as an unbiased arbiter of the truth, you have to bend pretty damn far to give Scientology the benefit of the doubt.

  7. Bill Says:

    That was a great find by LRonHu88ard. Not only does it make sense, the wording in the video stinks of Co$. In the video, the voice says, “This will be the world’s biggest terrorist attack on a religion.” The voice also states that “Scientologists will die” and it makes other referecnes indicating that members of Scientology will die. The voice claims vengence for the families of victims of the cult.

    That is all interesting since the basic belief by Anonymous protesters is that scientologists themselves are victims of the cult.

    The wording in that video did NOT sound at all like an Anonymous production. In all of Co$’s propaganda, they have always eluded to “Anonymous” being an organization, when it really is not.

    The whole thing stinks and it sems obvious to me that it is just another lie from Co$/OSA.

    I guarantee right now that if I ever thought people in the Anonymous movement were making threats like this, I would have stopped being involved int he movement immediately.

  8. Anonamace Says:

    OT 8’s can stop time, divert hurricanes, see into the future and past, but they can’t stop a small group of protesters??? I guess there really are NO OT’s. Just a bunch of hypnotized suckers that believe whatever L. Ron Hubbard and David Miscavige tell them.

  9. G Allen Says:

    Yes and there was a very persistent rumor around the Flag Land Base in Clearwater that at least some of the bomb threats (that were allegedly being called in every day) actually came from inside the Flag buildings. Additionally; none of the Clearwater PD officers that I’ve spoken to have heard anything about bomb threats at Flag.

  10. amequty Says:

    >Just because you don’t believe it Bernie, doesn’t automatically make it a myth.

    Well, you are of course free to have your opinion as to who I may be, Mark, but the facts stated here stand pretty much on their own.

    >Do you really think Paulette Cooper threatened Kissinger, the UN and Scientology? Really?

    I don’t think nothing. I just point out that something is stated a fact that is only unproven speculation.

    >Isn’t is remarkable that she should decide to do this after the time-frame in which documents from Scientology were created that indicated they were going to frame her for those bomb threats? Documents uncovered later in FBI raids.

    >http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Freakout

    I don’t know what you are referring to here, Mark. The Bomb threat was made in Dec. 1972, the Operation Freakout documents were discovered in Jul. 1977, and they referred to a future operation, not to whatever happened four and a half years before. What do you mean by “after the time-frame in which documents from Scientology were created”?

    >Gee, Scientology got very lucky there, didn’t they? They didn’t have to frame her after all, because she decided to do it herself, by your argument.

    I don’t see where I state that she decided to do it herself in what I wrote. I wrote: “If the claim is made that this is a bomb threat “like they did with Paulette Cooper” then the argument is moot because there is no proof whatsoever that the CoS has done so. Using a myth to boost up one’s argument is not very sound, is it?”

    >Doesn’t the absurd wording of the “threat” seem the same as the absurd examples that were buried in other covert plots against Cooper, Cazares and others?

    >Is it any wonder that people might believe a journalist over the dangerous group whose leadership went to prison at the time for these very types of covert, illegal and despicable actions? Leadership who stipulated that they did commit the obscene crimes listed in the United States of American vs. Mary Sue Hubbard.

    >http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Snow_White

    If they express it as their belief, that’s something else. If they express it as a fact I am going to call it a myth.

    >In your efforts to portray yourself as an unbiased arbiter of the truth, you have to bend pretty damn far to give Scientology the benefit of the doubt.

    That would be true if I were to claim that Cooper did it herself, which I don’t. So I am giving her the same “benefit of doubt” as I do the CoS.

    All I am saying is that if people are going to use that myth as a sort of proof for the current issue, they are going to get in shady water, and that this is not very clever.

  11. XENU TV Says:

    That the Operation Freakout documents were discovered in the raids of ’77 does not indicate that they were created in 77.

    Her book was published in 1971. The actions taken against her date from that time.

    Do you really think Freakout was written or ’77 or are you just purposely trying to make things murkier?

    Even Scientology has a better response with “those people were kicked out for doing those things.”

  12. amequty Says:

    No I do not think they were written in 1977. I think they were written on Apri 1, 1976 – and not as an April fool…

    You can check the actual documents here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/8734812/Operation-Freak-Out-Actual-Document

  13. XENU TV Says:

    Well, you got me there.

  14. amequty Says:

    Well, we all make mistakes, but if we learn from them our beard will grow even wiser🙂


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