June 2005 was a brutal month for Mr. Tom Cruise and Scientology Inc. The on-line world, air-ways, and print media have been clamoring about the odd behavior Tom Cruise (a full-time Scientology customer, part-time movie actor) has exhibited lately. That din has been chiefly negative. Major credit for this positively negative achievement goes to Mr. Cruise himself for firing his public relations firm PMK-HBH (Pat Kingsley, Leslee Dart, et al.) a year ago and hiring his sister to do the job: another Scientology customer. The remainder of that credit must go to the dozens of Internet web sites that are critical of Scientology and Scientology Inc., and the many critics who have given radio and TV interviews to discuss and explain Scientology.
It started innocently enough: Tom Cruise, a professional heterosexual, needed a girlfriend because his new movie will soon be released (a pattern followed since his divorce from actress Nicole Kidman). A five-year contract and $5,000,000 later, Ms. Katie Holmes was his new bride-to-be (http://www.mostbeautifulman.com/gossip/). It wasn't the money, exactly, that raised eye-brows: it was the age difference. That age difference prompted the actress Brooke Shields to send to Mr. Cruise two tickets to see her new play in the United Kingdon: one adult ticket and one child (quite the wit, she).
Brooke Shields? Yes. In his zeal to warn the world about the evils of modern mental health care (created and run by space aliens--- I ain't kidding!), Mr. Cruise dissed Ms. Shields (http://www.hollywood.com/news/detail/article/2440860) because she successfully treated her homicidal-suicidal _postpartum_ depression with the finest science humanity has so far achieved: cognitive therapy and an anti-depressant (http://www.oprah.com/about/press/releases/200505/press_releases_20050502.jhtml). Calling the entirety of the mental health care profession "pseudo-science," Cruise (who is an "Operating Thetan Level Six," according to an on-line Scientology customer mailing list) believes the spirits of murdered space aliens are the cause of all of humanity's illnesses, confusion, inadequacies, shortcomings, postpartum depression, and depressed box-office receipts (http://holysmoke.org/cos/what-cos.htm). Mr. Cruise suggested suicidal women should abandon the "pseudo-science" of psychiatry, and instead take vitamins to cure their self-murdering impulses. It should be noted that Mr. Cruise does not have a womb and likely never will, and therefore will never experience _postpartum_ depression. It must also be noted that a very great many women have expressed their ire, in printed media and on-line, at this callous and dangerous suggestion by "Dr." Cruise.
Tom Cruise, however, does appear to experience what can only be described as psychotic episodes that compels him to jump up and down on talk show host couches, profess love for his pseudo-girlfriend, and prostrate himself at the feet of robust black women (http://www.useless-knowledge.com/1234/june/article434.html). "Doing The Cruise" may be fine while inside a disco, but on the "Oprah" show it was a bit much for fans, many of whom have asked the question "Does Tom need medicated, a straight jacked, or both?" Mr. Cruise later settled the question, on the Jay Leno Show, answering "Both, please."
Is Mr. Cruise crazy? "As a loon," is appears. For starters one may ask him about Scientology and space aliens: he has emphatically denied that Scientology is a UFO cult. But a quick Google search for "scientology aliens" will yield the truth--- it is. Tom, as an OT6, has already been "informed" (and has paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for that privilege) about how humanity's only hope is for Scientology Inc. to process each and every one of us humans here on Teegeeack ("Earth" for you unenlightened earthlings) to exorcise these space aliens from our bodies.... for a hefty fee, payable at your local Scientology franchise (check your brain at the door; no refunds!).
The news is getting out. Tory Christman (http://www.torymagoo.org), who was a Scientology customer and salesperson for thirty years, was recently interviewed for the "Inside Edition" television series; Professor David Touretzky gave no less than five radio interviews regarding Scientology's space alien and anti-psychiatry teachings (http://www.xenutv.com/radio/billcunningham.htm, http://www.xenutv.com/radio/roninsana.htm); ex-Scientology customer and salesperson Michael Tilse was on Radio WSPD in Katie Holmes' hometown of Toledo Ohio (http://www.lermanet.com/audio/17june-wspd-radio-1.mp3, http://www.lermanet.com/audio/17june-wspd-radio-2.mp3) warning her family and friends about Scientology; ex-Scientologist Arnaldo Lerma was also interviewed (http://www.xenutv.com/radio/franklyspeaking.htm); Gerry Armstrong, who used to be L. Ron Hubbard's official biographer until he discovered Hubbard's entire Scientology Inc.-promoted "biography" is a lie, was on a Dublin radio show (http://www.xenutv.com/radio/gerry-062705.htm); the owner of Operation Clambake (http://xenu.net) Andreas Heldal-Lund gave an interview (http://www.xenutv.com/radio/andreas-062305.htm) on the Carl Wiglesworth Show, KAHL Radio, San Antonio, Texas.
Many millions of people in June were inoculated against purchasing any Scientology thanks chiefly to Mr. Cruise generating unprecedented interest in the scam. Owners of web sites critical of Scientology's abuses have reported (alt.religion.scientology) a very large increase in traffic and visitors for the month (http://holysmoke.org/stats/usage_200506.html). Coupled with this good news is great sadness when one considers the new victims who will take "Dr." Tom Cruise's advice and abandon their valid health care regimen and embrace Cruise's (and therefore L. Ron Hubbard's) dangerous and fraudulent medical practices.