Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaah

the empire strikes back…

the story of Xenu…

Posted by abu ameerah on Saturday, August 11, 2007

This following is SouthPark’s humorous take on the beliefs of Scientology, a religion cult founded created by L. Ron Hubbard. While the the creators of SouthPark have relied on the use of humor, to expose some of the obsurd beliefs held by Scientology, they are 100% correct in their presentation of the facts. This is exactly what members the brainwashed zombie masses who adhere to Scientology actually believe! Anyone who follows SouthPark (and believe-it-or-not I do not follow the program and neither would I recommend anyone else watch it) will also remember that Issac Hayes, a member zombie in the Cult of Scientology, left the animated series over a dispute with the creators of the popular series. Basically, the creators of SouthPark have repeatedly mocked Scientology (since they know so much about it) … this angered Hayes who eventually chose to leave the program.

Enjoy…

 

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3 Responses to “the story of Xenu…”

  1. Django said

    Then again, some people believe that there is an invisible old man in the sky that will send them to hell out of love. Others believe that they’ll get 77 VIRGINS!!! if they die for their religion.
    All religions are pretty silly. They are fairy tales that accommodate the needs of those wanting answers to life’s problems. Each religion fits the age in which it was developed. The opiate of the masses.

  2. And yet, I coincidentaly believe that Django is also confused and has been brainwashed to believe that we are brainwashing people to believe that the Scientologists are bad, WHICH THEY ARE and have been brainwashed to believe that they are otherwise!

    Django, YOU as an equation fits right into the space between “,” and “I”. You’re just NOTHING, SPACE.

  3. zfnd said

    lol oh man, South Park…..amusing

    Comments on this blog……..entertainment!

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