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1) Leah Remini has claws like a wild animal 2) Your impostor and his wife’s latest legal actions

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Dearest Marty, my hero and awesome soulmate,

Leah Remini has claws like a wild animal. See picture above. That’s her hand on DM’s dad’s shoulder. Makes me wonder what she was in her past lives. How can she pick up a thing with those nails? Someone with such fingernails must be handicapped in anything she does. Except for ripping somebody’s skin off. Could grab painfully in any shoulder at any time. 😉 It is like Chinese foot binding just for the hands. Okay, it is not my business, I admit. Just saying. 

Monique, the wife of your impostor complains about her own lawyers in the case against the C of S.  The “we-hate-Scientology-people” ran a campaign on the net, calling it Monique’s lawsuit, despite videos on YouTube showed clearly that she does everything her husband tells her to do. Without him saying so, I am sure she never would have sued. However, now they are indicating more and more that this case for money was/is his case. 

Anyway, it looks that this case ends in a withdrawal. Let’s see if David Miscavige throws money at your impostor and his wife despite not even necessary. 

You make my heart beat faster and at the same time, Marty, you make me feel peaceful. Nothing has changed. It is the same wonderful exciting feeling and the knowledge that you of my kind.  You are wonderful, Marty. And I love you.



This is a pretty song. Hey, someone without crazy fingernails. 😉



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  1. You are seriously sick..Leah is an incredibly b. Brave woman. This is your in the 50 to 55 range so I can ignore you.

    Lisa bean

    November 29, 2016 at 3:03 pm

    • She isn’t brave. Leah Remini was long enough in Scientology to know that Scientologists won’t do anything violent to her. The non-Scientologists (incl. infiltrators) who took over the Scientology orgs are the people who violate other people’s rights. Not the Scientologists.

      Remini joined the big fat club of the retarded Scientology-haters. Nothing courageous about that and them. Any idiot does it. From what she is saying, I can tell that she didn’t understand real Scientology and never applied real Scientology. (And she isn’t the only one.)

      She has no class either. (Just as Mike Rinder and the likes have none.) One does not have to use primitive language to make a point. By using primitive language, one does indeed make a point: that one is primitive and cheap.

      Also, some of the people who support Remini are violent. This alone should make her stop her anti-Scientology propaganda. Her TV crap won’t create a DM-free Scientology. She thinks that “Jack Vistaril’s” version is original Scientology. It is not! Her show may be used as justification to cause more violence against Scientology or by infiltrators within Scientology.

      And I think she attacks really for these reasons: In retaliation for being snubbed by DM and his wife and to make more cash, to get more fame, to be important. All low motivations.

      Yes, do me a favor and ignore me. From your first sentence, I can see that psychiatrists are sending their propaganda through your idiotic ear implants. You are another one of their robots.

      I have a low IQ? I met many nasty people in my life who lied about me but rarely anyone ever got it so wrong as you do. And it is really funny coming from someone like you.

      Take a hike. Find a Scientology-bashing hangout with idiots like yourself.

      Barbara Schwarz

      November 30, 2016 at 1:24 pm

      • I should add a P.S. here. Her and Rinder’s show is nominated for an Emmy. Evidence of how gullible the people are who nominate. Those are people who do not use their heads.

        Leah Remini and Mike Rinder might think that the millions will flow to them now, but look at Emmy winner (not just a nominee) Mike Bunker. Last I heard of him was asking for money on the gofundme website to pay his rent!

        Barbara Schwarz

        July 16, 2017 at 3:49 am

  2. Where bad arguments against Scientology’s tax exemption go to die: courts of law


    February 1, 2018 at 10:35 am

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