When people challenge those speaking out against and fighting the cult of scientology, but were never in the cult to begin with…Posted: October 19, 2015 | |
This I have to get off of my chest, well, my mind. I simply cannot stand to see others get attacked, ridiculed, teased, challenged or asked why they even fight scientology in many ways they can, be it on the Internet, or in real life via flyering, carding, stickering, shouting using a megaphone and protesting using vast signage, when they haven’t been “in” the cult to begin with.
That prompts me to then ask the people challenging such critics/never-in’s, what their intentions really are to begin with. Are they trying to “out” or “expose” critics/never-in’s? What for? What is there to “expose” about anyone? It sounds like a job OSA would do, or yet, somebody with an agenda (to put it nicely).
When the people challenging critics/never-ins starts to bring what they do outside of protesting (in all ways/methods possible) scientology into a discussion (personal matters, blogging, working, other activism, community efforts, etc.), then I tend to tell the people with an agenda that it is none of their business or concern, what somebody does with their lives and they should stay the fuck out of it.
I just dislike having to tell people off in this manner, especially if they start getting egged on, pushed further, into making it about that person’s personal life instead of what they were originally challenging for no reason at all, than to stir-up shit, drama and rubbish. They really should focus on themselves instead, including resolving the issues they have to deal with, instead of harassing other individuals for zero reasons.
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