Investigations launched as fear of TOM CRUISE brainwashed! Scientists cannot confirm or deny that CRUISE has a brain.
On January 2008 a video was leaked that was produced by the Church of Scientology (the belief that Adam and Eve got nailed by aliens).
In the video Mr. Cruise dribbled egotistic nonsense that had him one breath short of being considered mentally unstable, although the same did happen once on Oprah.
The Church issued a copyright violation claim against YouTube requesting the video to be removed; no surprise if one of your leading celebrity icons starts babbling like a mad man and making Scientology sound like one overwhelming crack binge.
Anonymous dubbed this action by the Church as a form of Internet censorship, although the Oxford Dictionary would actually describe this………………. as internet censorship too?
Anonymous declared war against the brainwashing, physco-babbling church of Scientology, alleging that the church was brainwashing members, which is up for debate as claiming Scientology brainwashes members implies Tom Cruise had a brain in the first place.
On January 21st Anonymous went viral with the war, stating that ‘Anonymous has decided your organization should be destroyed for the good of your followers, for the good of mankind and for our own enjoyment’.
Members of Anonymous organized a series of ‘denial-of-service’ attacks from bringing down sites, to prank calls and printing black faxes to their centers.
A Security expert (supposedly), said that the church’s servers were not likely to suffer for more than a couple of days, and that the attacks were “amateur by hacking standards.” A claim proven ignorant when Anonymous prove to be far from amateur in the future.
Seven days later a call for protest was asked. It drew up to 150 people protesting, although a small number, by Feb 10th Anonymous had 7000 people protesting in 93 cities worldwide; wielding the iconic V for Vendetta mask.
Anonymous gained world-wide press when declaring its war on Scientology and this was only the start as the story of the biggest internet meme starts to unfold.
On March 28th Wired News claimed that Anonymous attacked the Epilepsy Foundation of America. A Javascipt code and flashing computer animations were posted with the intention of triggering migraine headaches and seizures in photosensitive and pattern-sensitive epileptics.
News.com.au reported that the administrators of 4chan.org had posted an open letter claiming that the attacks had been carried out by the Church of Scientology “to ruin the public opinion of Anonymous, to lessen the effect of the lawful protests against their virulent organization” under the Church’s fair game policy.
With the history of the church and the clear ‘clean background’ it clearly has along with the strangest Panorama BBC special, I’m sure you can make your own opinion.
As for Mr Cruise and his mental condition
Just keep watching out for ‘TOM CRUISE: MISSION UNSTABLE’, although it must be said, he cracked me up in Tropic Thunder.
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