Beset as they are by clusters of invisible malevolent telepathic entities swimming around inside their heads and scrambling their neurotransmitters into a chaotic soup of hallucinatory space opera madness, Scientologists are paranoid and reactionary. This condition is worsened by the intense cult indoctrination they undergo inside the walls of their empty Ideal Orgs. This Hubbardian indoctrination has malice, revenge, and lies at its core.
In the aftermath of Scientologist Danny Masterson’s highly publicized rape trial, which resulted in a hung jury, Scientology’s lunatic STAND League took to Twitter and lashed out at the journalists and influential publications that covered the trial.
In yet more Scientology social media fraud, STAND League claims to have 137,300 followers as shown below by the red arrows:
Rolling Stone was the main target of STAND League’s post-Masterson rape trial Twitter attacks. In this attack STAND League resorted to its usual strategy of targeting companies that purchase advertising from whatever media company, or companies, Scientology is attacking. Because Rolling Stone reported on the Masterson rape trial, Rolling Stone was attacked by Scientology’s STAND League on Twitter.
Rolling Stone Senior Entertainment Editor Marlow Stern was specifically targeted in the Scientology Twitter hit. Tony Ortega, who covered the Masterson trial and live-blogged from the courthouse along with Rolling Stone and other media companies, was also included in the Twitter attack as he was quoted by Rolling Stone. Scientology hates the fact that Ortega is a professional widely-read and influential journalist on Scientology who has ties to many other prominent journalists.
Nestle’s Purina Dog Chow was targeted for advertising in Rolling Stone. In a STAND League tweet posted on December 12, 2022 Scientology used a graphic in a pathetic attempt to equate the purchase of Purina Dog Chow with the financial support of religious bigotry.
Scientology is attempting to shame Purina into stopping all advertising in Rolling Stone by claiming that its ad buys are enabling religious bigotry. This is pure and utter nonsense because what is actually involved here is free speech. To this point, Scientology calls any free speech it does like religious bigotry.
Free speech is the real issue. When Scientology’s depraved behavior is exposed and reported on, and it was in the Masterson rape trial, Scientology screams religious bigotry. This is a transparent attempt at evasion. Cults use this tactic and scream persecution when their wicked and twisted deeds are exposed by the media.
Scientology’s intent to inflict financial harm on those it deems enemies is part of Scientology’s Fair Game program. In his Fair Game policy L. Ron Hubbard states that Suppressive Persons who attack Scientology must have their incomes destroyed.
Another Hubbard Fair Game tactic at work here is to get Marlow Stern and Rolling Stone to cut ties with Tony Ortega by convincing Rolling Stone that Ortega is costing them ad revenue. Yet when we examine this Scientology Fair Game attack we see just how utterly bogus and impotent it is.
There are several problems with the Scientology STAND League anti-Purina tweet as we explain using the tweet we have annotated at the bottom with red arrows:
STAND League claims to have 137,300 followers and yet the anti-Purina Tweet had only 33 likes and 17 retweets.
This is clearly Scientology social media fraud because no Twitter account with 137,300 followers will get only 33 likes on a tweet. There are other ways to phrase this such as “bullshit” which is what Scientology engages in. However, it is not even convincing bullshit. If Scientology wants to buy phony Twitter followers from click farms, then it should buy a commensurate amount of likes so that its fraud seems consistent. One would expect at least 10% likes on this tweet which would be 13,700 likes.
When we step back and look at the big picture we see that Nestle Purina Pet Care sold $2.243 billion USD in pet food in 2022:
Assuming that the 33 likes on the anti-Purina tweet represented 33 individual Scientologists, each of whom owned a dog, a Scientology boycott of Purina Dog Chow could cost Purina perhaps as much as $1500 – $3000 per year depending upon the size of their dogs and the frequency at which these dogs consume Purina Dog Chow. This boycott could result in a net financial loss to Purina of possibly as much as .0001% of its 2022 revenues.
Conversely, if the likes and retweets were done by Sea Org members in the Swamp of Psychopaths known as Scientology’s Office of Special Affairs, which we believe is the case, then Purina will take no loss as Sea Org cannot have pets. The takeaway here is how small Scientology is and how ineffectual its threats are in real life.
In all events, pet food was in short supply in 2022 due to supply chain issues. Any Purina pet food not purchased by angry and enturbulated Scientologists would have been purchased by other pet owners. Further, we strongly believe that Purina’s parent Nestle, whose 2022 revenues are projected to exceed $90 billion USD, would somehow be able to withstand the staggering loss of income from 33 Scientologist dog owners.
Scientology’s STAND League also attacked Kraft-Heinz’s Philadelphia Cream Cheese for advertising with Rolling Stone:
Again, we see a pathetic and impotent 17 retweets and 34 likes. Heinz-Kraft’s 2021 revenues were $26 billion so, again, any losses from 34 Scientologists not consuming Philadelphia Cream Cheese could cost the company possibly as much as ~$300. As with the Scientologist-owned dogs, the cream cheese financial losses from boycotting Scientologist would depend upon their consumption of the product.
Bottom Line: Scientology’s failed attempts to attack Rolling Stone’s ad revenues was a complete and total failure and served only to expose Scientology’s social media fraud on Twitter.
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