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Leah Remini wants a federal investigation? So do I, including one of her sidekick Mike Rinder

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Dearest Marty,  my wonderful husband and Prince,

The media reported that Leah Remini wants a federal investigation of Scientology. A police investigation that she requested on Shelley Miscavige was conducted but dismissed as unfounded.  

I want a federal investigation of the secretly German-ordered secret service infiltration of Scientology, including that the founder and you were replaced by impostors and an investigation into who had anything to do with it incl. knowing and not reporting.

I want a federal investigation of not just David Miscavige but also your impostor and of Leah Remini’s sidekick Mike Rinder who impossibly could have missed that you were “replaced” by a doppelganger around 1990. Who knows, maybe not just DM but also Rinder was directly involved in hiring him. And hiring the impostors benefited mainly Germany’s psychiatric crimes, the destroyal of an American religion and also family, however, but I don’t say that the US was not very involved as well. Too bad that there are so many German poodles around. German ear-implants rule the robots.

I love you, Marty.

Yours forever,





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  1. Not many people know your blog…

    Darrin Jordan Romero IV

    August 12, 2017 at 3:11 am

    • David Miscavige hires a web “service” to keep my blog down in the search engine. He, Monique’s husband, Mike Rinder, Germany, its secret services and p$ychs don’t want the world to know that Scientology is infiltrated by non-Scientologists and that the original Marty is Scientology was “replaced” by an impostor and that even the founder of Scientology was “replaced” by an impostor.

      Otherwise, I am glad that the anti-Scientology mob on the net doesn’t hang out here. I don’t like and respect them. They are corrupt, rude, and dumb. I have no time to go into word fights with them. This blog addresses actually only one person: the original Marty, who is not Monique’s husband.

      Barbara Schwarz

      August 12, 2017 at 6:27 am

  2. This is one of the best videos I ever seen. This woman explains the anti-Scientology hype:

    City Traffic Man

    August 12, 2017 at 4:14 am

    • She has good points and this website contains good material. On the other side, on some points, they are completely blind. They commend Germany doing allegedly some things right, missing completely the point that Germany’s psychiatric secret services install ear-implants into just about anyone on the planet and make them do via loud or silent commands all the bad things that you can find in this world.

      The first Christians were different than the Christians today. Original Scientologists are also different than the “Scientologists” today. Some things are still in common, but the original (not infiltrated and altered by psychiatric agents) is so much better and smarter.

      Barbara Schwarz

      August 12, 2017 at 6:32 am

  3. Downtown Clearwater businesses get extra layer of storm protection from Church of Scientology

    As he approached his building, there were strangers with gloves and hammers boarding up his storefront’s glass windows.

    He wasn’t expecting it, but the Church of Scientology had come to secure his business before the expected Category 4 winds. And within 12 hours, Scientology volunteers boarded every other storefront in the downtown district too.

    “No one asked them to do this,” said Zavaglia, who said he couldn’t find any plywood Saturday to do it himself. “This is good for the city.”

    Scientology spokesman Ben Shaw said church volunteers spent 1,500 staff hours over a 12-hour period securing 60 downtown businesses with 700 sheets of plywood.

    “When Irma changed direction on Saturday, we became very concerned about downtown and that property owners would have little time to prepare,” Shaw said. “Luckily, we had placed orders for all the plywood we could get and, just in time, a huge shipment arrived from Georgia. With that, we were able to board up every one of the downtown businesses.”

    Shaw said volunteers also supplied food and hygiene products to various shelters.

    Kathy Panagoulias, who owns storefront on the 500 block of Cleveland Street, said a church member called her for permission to board her building after she had evacuated to Orlando with family.

    “It was wonderful,” she said.

    Volunteers also deployed downtown early Monday with garbage bags and gloves and cleared tree limbs and debris from the streets and removed the plywood from windows.

    Mayor George Cretekos said he wasn’t warned the church intended to board the businesses, but he suspected Scientology was involved when he drove through downtown Sunday morning before Irma hit and saw the symmetrical handiwork of the plywood on storefronts.

    “I commend them for it,” Cretekos said. “I also applaud all those who are first responders and our staff and their families.”

    Tony Starova said he got a call Thursday from the Church of Scientology, asking if he needed any help preparing his downtown pizza shop for Hurricane Irma.

    At that point, Starova said he wasn’t worried about Irma’s path and had no intention to board up his glass storefront on Cleveland Street. He just asked if the church had any spare sandbags.

    Starova evacuated to New Orleans Friday with his family when Irma’s path shifted towards Tampa Bay and called a neighbor Saturday to check on downtown.

    “I called and he told me every business had been boarded up,” Starova said. “The church of Scientology did it. It’s being very good neighbor. Good stewards.”

    Downtown Clearwater businesses get extra layer of storm protection from Church of Scientology 09/11/17

    That is nice

    September 13, 2017 at 7:27 am


    CLEARWATER, Fla. (WFLA) – Hundreds of Hurricane Irma victims in Clearwater who haven’t had power since Saturday enjoyed hot food, cold ice and free water Wednesday, courtesy of what some might consider an unlikely source, the Church of Scientology.

    “We’re just doing whatever we can to relieve the burden and the disaster,” said Scientology Spokeswoman Pat Harney.

    Some Scientology critics will likely write off the relief effort as a publicity stunt by an organization that’s badly in need of bolstering its public image due to recent land use conflicts with the City of Clearwater and scathing documentaries by TV star and former Scientologist Leah Remini.

    But that would be a hard sell in the economically depressed Greenwood neighborhood.

    Residents insist there has been no outreach effort by the Red Cross, Salvation Army or other private relief organizations, but Scientology volunteers have spent days cleaning up storm debris from streets and yards.

    All day Wednesday, they served up a hot BBQ feast to hundreds of storm victims who haven’t had a warm meal since Saturday.

    “It means a lot that they care. They care about all the community, they care about me and what’s going on,” said Jennifer Lee.

    Scientologists also went door to door, handing out 300 bags of ice Tuesday and brought 2500 more bags Wednesday, along with hundreds of jugs of water.

    Other work crews continued picking up brush and storm debris and even covered the roof of the Drew Ridge Apartments, where hurricane winds tore off the tar paper and sent it crashing into cars below.

    “I was flabbergasted,” said resident Dick Bieritz. ”We’re very fortunate, because otherwise we’d still be sitting open.”

    Disabled veteran David Pooser was emotionally overcome by the help he received.

    “They raked my yard. They raked the whole street and packed it up and gave me three bags of ice,” Pooser said. “I can’t believe it.”

    The Red Cross is helping victims of Hurricane Irma at the Ross Norton Recreational Center, located at 1426 South MLK Jr. Avenue in Clearwater.

    The Red Cross said the organization is planning for mobile or fixed feeding locations as soon as the services can be mobilized.

    Dackson N. Resistance

    September 14, 2017 at 12:31 pm

    • People don’t know Scientologists as they are fed a lot of cool aide by anti-Scientologists. This is how Scientology always grew. People meet Scientologists (or read books in 1977 as I did) and come to the conclusion that they were fed lies. In 1976/77 people told me lots of horror stories about SCN. Didn’t stop me to check it out. 🙂 And I am so glad that I did.

      However, I still hope that non-Scientologist Miscavige (who caused so many problems for SCN and his family too) takes his hat soon…

      Barbara Schwarz

      September 14, 2017 at 3:10 am

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