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There is nothing as wild in the books of Man as will probably happen here on Earth. And it will happen and be allowed to happen simply because all this is so incredible that nobody will even think of stopping it until it is far, far too late. L Ron Hubbard

This is an uofficial translation of the Stern.de article of 30 January 2008 LINK to original HERE

image arnie lerma used on stern.de article Jan30th, 2008 image credit Liz Roll
(c)Liz Roll, Rollfilm.com

Mr. Lerma, a German historian compared Tom Cruise, who said in a video "Should we clean this place up?", to Joseph Goebbels. Goebbels asked the Germans:" Do you want total war?".

Is the historian right - or is he exaggerating?

The parallels to a minister of propaganda aren't far fetched. The concept of a total war is deeply rooted in the mindset of every convinced scientologist. "Clean this place up" means "clear the planet" - which means to cleanse Earth of all enemies of Scientology. Cruise mediates an ideology of hate. He also does it whenever he speaks about "suppressive persons", who are enemies of Scientology, so called "suppresives". There is a Scientology textbook named "Shattering Suppression". On the cover you can see a face being shattered.

(c)Scientology

Unlike the latest Cruise biography, which calls him the 2nd most important Scientologist, I would take it one step further: Cruise is the most important Scientologist of them all, because he is the best promoter of the organization. So, indeed he is some kind of minister of propaganda.

Aren't comparisons to the Third Reich excessive in general?

If you take a closer look at the whole thing, you can see it: the way Scientology does things undercover and makes propaganda for its own ideas is identical to the totalitarian dogma of the Third Reich. The obscure Scientology slang, which Tom Cruise uses as well, is nothing but a cover-up tactic. The strange diction hides the horrible goals – and the obvious historic precursors. This language makes scrutinization very difficult, because most people have never heard of made-up terms like "suppressive person". The master-plan is to hide the true dimension of the whole thing.

Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard wanted to program members of Scientology in a way, that makes euthanasia seem like a feasible alternative, instead of fulfilling the needs of a human society. Hubbard was hoping that one day, when enough people realized what Scientology really is, it would already be too late. He said: "Because of that, we have to make sure that (on that day) we are the ones who so say what is the law and what is not."

Cruise and Goebbels (c)AP/Andrew Medichini
(c) AP/Andrew Medichini

Nevertheless: The Scientologist Cruise has just played Graf Stauffenberg, an enemy of Hitler.

Shooting the movie "Valkyrie" had a lot in common with a diversionary tactic. It's stage magic. It 's supposed to get the attention of the Germans and focus it into another direction, so they won't be aware of how dangerous the organization really is. I'm pretty sure, that the minds behind Scientology knew exactly why Cruise chose to shoot "Valkyrie", and why he chose to shoot it in Germany. They have an agenda. Because of their history, Germans tend to see the ideology of Scientology for what it really is. Plus: their country (Germany) shares its history with people from around the world. "Valkyrie" was a pre-emptive measure to take the wind out of the critics' sails. It's just another cover-up tactic.

And Tom Cruise is part of this tactic?

Yes. He truly believes, what other people tell him to believe. The videos of him proof it. At the same time, they show the psychological warfare, that the organization uses against its own members, in order to keep them trapped in some sort of dream-world. How are we supposed to take those people seriously? A scientologist believes, that the spirits of dead aliens are inside his body.

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30 Year Scientologist, Tory Christman commented on how to help expose Scientology:

"Since Scientology counts on silence, it is their key to keeping the Scientology/Truman show going.

Watching a show called "The Rise of Evil: Hitler" last night:

I was amazed to see how similar these same evil actions were used to 'keep people from talking'. They were afraid for their lives, afraid for their families, afraid for their businesses. Actually that fear kept that show going, no questions asked, and it was a very real fear.

Ok...but it showed how if people who run this fear are allowed to persist and do things unchecked, just how bad things can get. It was horrifying. I've heard the arguments about not comparing anything to Hitler, and I say as one who was there and has now been out for 2 years and 10 months: BS! The similarities of abuse are frightening." Continues HERE

Cruise the 'Goebbels' of Scientology: historian

January 21, 2008

"Respected German historian Guido Knopp has compared a speech by US actor Tom Cruise to the Church of Scientology with a call to war by Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels.

Knopp, an expert on World War II history, said in an interview with Bild newspaper: "Tom Cruise's manner calls to mind Goebbels." Article continues HERE

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