Actor Jason Beghe’s found fresh fame this week when he came out against Scientology.
Above you’ll hear Beghe railing against the religion’s false promises, ie: properly pious people can’t be hurt, but we’d like to highlight another anecdote. According to him, church leaders blamed his car accident on the actor’s gay friend.
Beghe says the proof that Scientology was no longer working for him came when he was almost killed in a car accident. After the L’s, he points out, that shouldn’t happen. “A clear isn’t supposed to have a car accident. You’re supposed to be practically immortal.”
To the Scientologists, the accident was an indication that someone was “suppressing” Beghe. So they pulled him in for more interrogation.
“What about this gay person you’re friends with,” Beghe says one official asked him, implying that somehow the gay friend was causing Beghe’s clear state to be sabotaged. When Beghe objected, he says the official responded, “Well, he’s gay.”
We homos must bring bad mojo!
Lol, scientology add on this article.
Scientology is 100 baloney, a pseudofaith invented by a bad scifi writer, and anyone who believes in it is out of their gourds.
Accidents aren’t prevented by joke pseudoreligious nonsense, or caused by one’s sexuality. They’re normally caused by the fact that one, or both, of the drivers involved won’t or can’t drive safely for the road conditions. I see people operating motor vehicles daily that shouldn’t have drivers licenses.
Scientology is much more dangerous and destructive than the main Abrahamic religions; and we gays know exactly how destructive those religions are!
Religions aren’t intrinsically bad, but it is what people attribute to religion, how they use it to justify their own bigotry, that is bad. Yes, many churches oppress GLBT people, but there are many churches that welcome us.
Scientology isn’t a religion. Never will be anything but a bad joke created by a bad scifi author.
From what I’ve learned from the youtube videos made by a former Scientologist named Tory Magoo, they (scientology) think that “negative” people in one’s life cause all sort of bad things, like illnesses, accidents, and any other type of failures. And they tell their members not to take medicine, even for serious things. Tory herself is epileptic and they tried to dissuade her from taking her meds. After a few bad seizures, she wisely went back on the pills and eventually left the organization.
Yep, that’s how Scientology works, sports fans. You demand a refund, you get a refund. You want to walk out the door, you walk out the door.
“This video is no longer available,” according to YouTube. And yet I can click on an advertisement for the “church” of Scientology and get the facts directly from them?
Hmm…my Thetans are tingling in a very bad way.
In a few SP(suppressive persons) letters sent from the “church” they have claimed people to be having homosexual actions with their boss or co-workers in an attempt to slander the persons record.
Comments are closed.