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Stuart Wright, professor of sociology at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, researched why the government raids religious communities

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Dearest Marty, my hearthrob,

RNS published an interesting interview with Stuart Wright, professor of sociology at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. He co-authored  the forthcoming book Storming Zion: A Comparative Study of Government Raids on Religious Communities. He basically acknowledged what we all know: the government doesn’t treat religions equally.  

He said: “There have been more than 11,000 complaints filed against the Catholic Church for sex abuse by priests but very few raids for these pretty serious crimes. Yet a single allegation of sex abuse against these NRMs is cause to send out 100 armed SWAT team members. The principle of religious equality, that all should be equal under the law and that states shouldn’t single religions out, isn’t being applied. I definitely think this is a religious liberty issue.”

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But thanks to non-Scientologist David Miscavige and his bad leadership, Scientology is mentioned in the same breath like the Branch Davidians. DM was and in my opinion is still Catholic. He likes Scientology to be compared to Catholicism.  (The German Bishop of Bling, Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst, and his love for luxury reminds me to His Cobness. ) 11,000 complaints filed against the Catholic Church for sex abuse by priest (and the number of people who were abused but hesitate to come forward for numerous reasons will be a lot higher) and DM still wants Scientology being compared to the Catholic Church. The SP-building with its psychiatric spin devices is DM’s  “Cathedral”. Give me a break. I really would like to give DM back to the Catholic Church and recover original Scientology. Scientology shrinks under him. That makes DM into a shrink. 

Many tender and passionate kisses, my Prince. I am on your side.

Forever love.





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  1. Hi Barbara,

    This is off topic and you do not need to post this as a comment on your blog but have you seen this:


    November 27, 2013 at 3:39 pm

    • I deleted the link because I find that forum stupid and offensive. Why do you want me to see this thread?

      Barbara Schwarz

      November 28, 2013 at 4:41 am

      • Yes, I agree on the link being very offensive – I was wondering if you knew that Mosey had a baby… I was wondering why Marty’s blog had changed so dramatically and this info may have led to that change.


        November 28, 2013 at 8:28 am

      • His name is not Marty. He stole that nickname from my Marty.

        I heard that Monique and her husband are parents and that they named the baby after a psych. That figures. As far as I know, it isn’t her first child.

        I have no problem at all with these two expanding their family. But I sure hope that Monique’s husband never will walk out on her and the baby.

        My problem with them is that he imposters my Marty and she is supporting him.

        I find his blog very boring. I rarely read his blog these days.

        He doesn’t post less or different because of the baby. Monique and her hubby wants DM to give them multi-million dollars. They want to trick His Cobness into thinking that they will no longer attack him. But once Mosey got the cash, Mosey’s husband will attack again. And then he will ask for millions too and all his other buddies will come out of the bushes wanting to extort cash from Scientology too.

        The only reason why he changed his blog is because he wants DM to give him millions. There is no other reason.

        Barbara Schwarz

        November 28, 2013 at 12:05 pm

  2. The IAS Scientology event trailer, Barbara. Have a look:


    November 29, 2013 at 6:18 am

  3. Scientology is a religion, the UK’s highest court has ruled, after a woman won a battle to marry in a Church of Scientology chapel.
    Scientologist Louisa Hodkin took her fight to the Supreme Court after a High Court judge ruled last year that services run by Scientologists were not “acts of worship”.
    But five Supreme Court justices ruled in her favour on Wednesday, announcing that the Scientology church was a “place of meeting for religious worship”

    Hendrick J.

    December 11, 2013 at 12:09 am

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