04 May 2002
A Scientologist responds to JP's newspaper articles

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A Scientologist responds to JP's newspaper articles
04 May 2002

jpilkonis1@aol.com had written:

To reply to your criticisms seriously, Phil, the fact of the matter is that having Narconon denied a zoning permit was reported as VERY good new[s]:

And then dpchitester@yahoo.com (Phil Chitester) had written:

That would be the total inversion of the truth, as fed to you by enemies of the Church. To have bought it so thoroughly only shows you are at the bottom of the totem pole of intelligent people. Georgia. Hmm. That figures.

Might as well just drive off from your office, smoke crack, and get sucked by a ho.

jpilkonis1@aol.com had written:

The citizens of Carroll County being well-informed

And then dpchitester@yahoo.com (Phil Chitester) had written:

[snort]

jpilkonis1@aol.com had written:

and having the initiative to fight

And then dpchitester@yahoo.com (Phil Chitester) had written:

Stupidity enough to 'fight' against a wholly ethical religious organization.

jpilkonis1@aol.com had written:

against what, to all appearances, is a disingenuous at best, downright dangerous at worst organization.

And then dpchitester@yahoo.com (Phil Chitester) had written:

Well, dangerous in the sense that it threatens to eradicate your insanity, and dangerous in that it threatens the incomes of the local drug dealers, as one by one the local kids would be taken gently and permanently off of drugs and brought compassionately back to present time, most likely for good.

Is that the kind of danger you're talking about? No, it's an imaginary danger cooked up by an insane few whose vested interests are threatened by a new religion, one which is actually quite valid and effective. The psychiatrists.

The danger is in the ignorance and stupidity of people such as yourself, who listen to anyone who says anything derogatory and believes it because it gives them some sort of thrill to imagine ethical people actually doing unethical activities (which in the case of the Church of Scientology is wholly ridiculous and always has been). All of your type will probably have to pay for your mistakes. I can only urge you not to make them in the first place, and also not to assert that you are right to do so.

jpilkonis1@aol.com had written:

The other newspaper in the county is a "cheerleader," a paper which only reports happy, joyous events (oh, and car accidents). Before my publication came into being, corruption ran rampant in this town, because they knew the local media was unwilling to rock the boat. Along came the Carroll Star News and, buddy, things changed. No one is left from those bad old days.

And then dpchitester@yahoo.com (Phil Chitester) had written:

I salute that sort of thing. That is precisely the sort of thing that my Church has been involved in, particularly with the crimes of psychiatry and goverments, and for decades. Read Freedom Magazine and consult www.cchr.org.

jpilkonis1@aol.com had written:

It seems as though you're upset simply because I was unwilling to turn a blind eye to the contradictions, the lies, the misdirections,

And then dpchitester@yahoo.com (Phil Chitester) had written:

Such things as apostates tell, are merely false and derogatory misinformation (the contradictions, lies and misdirections are theirs) and all of it is quite clear in its true nature to my eye. Were you in the Church? Hardly would you understand a thing about it then most likely. Which is rather typical.

jpilkonis1@aol.com had written:

and if that's the case, I'm very, very proud to have done it.

And then dpchitester@yahoo.com (Phil Chitester) had written:

I can assure you that you would be quite in error to do so, and have nothing to be proud of, indeed only the converse at this point. "Danger, Will Robinson, we have been hoodwinked." Pull out before you make it any worse is my suggestion. Consult representatives of the Church on what to do next.

jpilkonis1@aol.com had written:

You seem to have the attitude shared my the Narconon cronies of, "well, we can just put one over on these rubes."

And then dpchitester@yahoo.com (Phil Chitester) had written:

They have no such attitude, in my opinion. Neither do I. I do not consider you a rube, nor do I have a con in mind. Rather their attitude would most likely be exasperation with your stupidity and gullibility, I would think; the motives of Narconon personnel are always highly ethical and constructive.

Those of Church enemies are not, and so with regard to them the above quoted section would be quite accurate. Can't you see that? It's the psychiatrists who have such attitudes. I'm quite sorry that you do not appear to have visibility on that fact.

Blow the apostate/psychiatry smoke-screen away. Then you'll see. The Church of Scientology and Narconon are wholly good. Narconon has every right to exist and to get people off drugs. Scientology has every right to exist and free spiritual beings. People who lie about them, do not have the right to do so. They are just criminals.

jpilkonis1@aol.com had written:

Sorry, my friend, ain't gonna happen here.

And then dpchitester@yahoo.com (Phil Chitester) had written:

I'm sorry if you are that stupid. I am not here to pressure you into accepting those organizations. I am merely attempting to warn you that you are utterly misinformed and by such people who are so evil that the average man is hard pressed to even comprehend the magnitude of it. Neither could I when I first encountered it. Neither can I even put my attention on it for long without getting ill or quite discouraged.

jpilkonis1@aol.com had written:

Also, if you'll permit me the luxury of doing a critique on your attack, next time try not to be so laughably transparent in your agenda.

And then dpchitester@yahoo.com (Phil Chitester) had written:

My agenda was merely to point out that a large misinformation campaign has taken over your reasoning with regards the Church and to watch out -- the apostate sharks are nipping at what's left of your intelligence, and they are more than willing to extinguish what remains of it and to make quite an obsessed and insane person out of you. They intend to destroy all life as it currently exists on this planet, including yours. Is that what you were looking for in life, to die miserably at the hands of Nazi psycho-terrorist propagandists, whose misnformation you may eventually crave and beg for, in an insane or feeble attempt to regain what you had for self-rightness?

jpilkonis1@aol.com had written:

After all, it was this type of poorly-planned diatribe which got me on the trail of the Narco-weenies in the first place.

And then dpchitester@yahoo.com (Phil Chitester) had written:

I'm sure that your sleuthing appeared to be more valid than being engrossed in a video game, but actually it was not. The internet is now riddled with false testimony and misleading representations, but any actual value in it is just an apparency and just isn't there, as it isn't truth which is being told, it is lies.

jpilkonis1@aol.com had written:

But it seems like "subtlety" and "Scientology" are further apart in the dictionary than one might suspect.

And then dpchitester@yahoo.com (Phil Chitester) had written:

Whatever that means, I'm sure it is only useful to 'people' like yourself who can only criticize things, and not for those who actually contribute to others' survival and survival potential and can actually create something.

And then dpchitester@yahoo.com (Phil Chitester) had written:

Subtlety in that context is another word for the slimy covert injection of false and misleading misinformation, which you seem to suddenly have developed an appetite for.

jpilkonis1@aol.com had written:

Sincerely,
J. Pilkonis

And then dpchitester@yahoo.com (Phil Chitester) had written:

Keep eating lies and perhaps you will grow fat and pad your pocketbook by representing them as truths in your newspaper, but you will never go free on a diet of misinformation about Scientology. Have fun realizing that, and here's to your health.

Phil

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