After 15 years of existence, Scientology’s channel on YouTube now claims 1,000 videos posted. The channel claims 103.4 million views since it began. This is 6.8 million views per year. We call “click farms” on this number because Scientology’s published numbers are, and have always been, fraudulent.
Strangely, Scientology’s big names like Tom Cruise, John Travolta, Kirstie Alley, and Elisabeth Moss do not appear anywhere on Scientology’s YT channel. Or at least we could not find them. Erika Christensen does make an appearance in an intro to a musical video.
Although he was born into Scientology, alleged serial rapist Scientologist Danny Masterson does not appear anywhere on Scientology’s YT channel.
One music video, called Spread a Smile, claims 10% of Scientology’s YT channel total views with 10.4 million purported views. What makes this song listenable is that it is not about Scientology; features 60 serious musicians many of whom are not Scientologists; the late Chick Corea (1941-2021) infused it with his musical greatness:
The video also features Scientologists Stanley Clarke, Kate Ceberano, and the lesser musical celebs in Scientology. Kerri Casem makes an appearance because her late father Casey Casem was famous. Curiously, the notable rock bassist and Scientologist Billy Sheehan does not make an appearance. Indie legend Beck left Scientology and so he too does not appear.
This Scientology musical video ignores the brutality, greed, human trafficking, forced abortions, and the pervasive viciousness and inherent criminality that is the Church of Scientology. The video evokes the last concert of the Berlin Philharmonic which took place under the Third Reich. The concert was performed on April 12, 1945 as the Russians closed in on Berlin. The finale was “Götterdämmerung” (“Twilight of the Gods”) by Richard Wagner.
The Scientology musicians in this music video are the Berlin Philharmonic reincarnate and do not realize, or simply do not care, that they are tools in a Scientology propaganda video. Scientology has zero commitment to human rights, but still pushes human rights content in its videos. This appalling hypocrisy is entrenched in Scientology and these musicians and part of the lie.
After Spread a Smile, the stats fall of a cliff. The Spanish language video Lavarte Las Mano, a hand-washing video, has 967 views. The video L. Ron Hubbard – Founder, Dianetics and the Scientology Religion has just under 1.2 million views and is dull stuff. Because they are nonexistent, scant mention is given to Hubbard’s WWII heroism, combat medals, and war wounds.
A 2012 video of the grand opening of the San Diego Org has horrible video quality and mindless applause that drags on when David Miscavige speaks:
We could not find the “Meet a Scientologist” video which featured Russian potato farmers and Scientologists Andrey and Zoya Sinitsyny. This was a video we wrote about in March 2020. Have Andrey and Zoya blown or been sent to the Scientology Gulag along with Shelly Miscavige? We were amused by Scientology TV’s Stalinist-era coverage of the couple’s modern potato production methods which produced high yields for Mother Russia:
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