Katie Holmes created a PR nightmare for Scientology when she dropped the divorce bomb on Tom Cruise‘s head, because if you’re a Scientologist, you’re supposed to cut off all contact with anyone who turns their back on the teachings of the floating L. Ron Hubbard head in David Miscaviage’s office. Even your own kids. But unfortunately, if Tom Cruise did that, people might not buy tickets to his movies and Scientology just can’t afford that. So they’ll discredit Katie Holmes instead. The Daily Mail reports:
‘Internally, the wheels are in motion to discredit Katie. We have moles that are pretending to be good Scientologists who report back to us on the outside. I’ve seen internal memos about Katie.’ Samantha, former daughter-in-law of opera singer Placido Domingo and ex wife of his son Placido Jr, told the publication that ‘disconnection is the main weapon of Scientology.’ Samantha left Scientology back in 2009 after 24 years and claims she was immediately declared a ‘suppressive person’ by the Church. Former Scientology spokesman Mike Rinder agreed with Samantha, saying: ‘Katie Holmes is probably the biggest suppressive person out there right now. ‘Tom, if he were an ordinary Scientologist, would be ordered to disconnect from Katie and because Suri will be living with Katie, he couldn’t see her either. ‘But because Tom is so high-profile, it would create a total furore if the public knew he was cutting Suri off. This is an example of the church at its most hypocritical.’
The Church of Scientology uses the term “suppressive person” to describe any person or group with “antisocial personalities” (on their website, they list Hitler and psychiatry as examples). But in reality, it’s mostly used by anyone who they perceive as their enemy. Like Katie Holmes. A sweet 30-year old actress who regularly takes her adorable 6-year old to the park. No wonder they want to the destroy her. Obviously she’s a ticking time bomb who could kill six million Jews at any moment.
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