I'm fascinated by how easily people will follow charismatic leaders -- even though everything out of their mouth is complete garbage. This is "Doctor" Linda Hazzard, a prolific serial killer, who convinced her followers she could starve them and then build them back to health. Unfortunately, she starved most of them to death. But in the meantime, she convinced them of her power to cure and got most of them to sign over their finances to her.
Hitler and Bin Ladin were both charismatic leaders with so much hatred welling up inside of them that they were convinced their malignant narcissism was righteous indignation and they were to lead what must be done. I see no difference between their belief system and the leaders of Scientology, quite frankly. Their desires are to control thoughts and seek revenge on anyone who dares to question them.
As citizens of the world, we have a responsibility not to ignore what goes on in these secret societies. If not caught early, it will eventually spill out into your world.
In her book, "The Wizard of Oz and Other Narcissists" Eleanor Payson writes this about the malignant narcissist. "As responsible citizens of society, we need to recognize toxic narcissism in others so that we can set limits and help redirect the path of an NPD individual before he 'becomes emboldened to act out his rage.'"
Do you think it has no effect on you? Look at precious Suri, who is not being parented because kids should be treated as adults according to this faith. If you think that doesn't bother society, well, I beg to differ. Children need limits. Visit your local jail to see if this might be true.
Here's what scientologists have to say about the matter of Tom Cruise's divorce:
‘While this is a personal matter, when people start to bring our religion into the middle and a bunch of uninformed people start to spread false datum, rumors and defame our religion it became a matter that does affect my Dynamics and I believe that affects yours as well,’ writes Daniel Lattanzi.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2169568/Tom-Cruise-Katie-Holmes-divorce-Scientologists-urge-followers-action-negative-reports.html#ixzz1zxE2hauS
Former scientologist and blogger Marty Rathbun likened trying to censor the web as "bringing a squirt gun to a nuclear war." Nonetheless, they will try. They've given tactics as to how to get blog posts taken down.
It may sound ridiculous, but as Eleanor Payson writes about the malignant narcissist in power. "These individuals often begin as the charismatic autocratic leader who can influence masses of people to abuse and violate the rights and/or boundaries of other groups or nations."
A divorce does NOT put their religion in any kind of jeopardy and any thoughts to the contrary, I find scary. Imagine if we stopped Hitler in therapy for his abusive daddy issues rather than letting him take out his rage on the Jews...