Saturday, July 02, 2005

Tom Cruise is evil!

War of Words by Brooke Shields.

Look, somebody's got to take this motherfucker down. Just because he belongs to an Evil Cult (TM), doesn't mean the rest of us should pretend that he's just fucking quirky. He's not. He rants on to Matt Lauer about not understanding Scientology, well, you know why that is. Because Scientology, unlike actual religions deserving of any modicum of respect, keeps its beliefs secret from the public.

Find me a legitimate religion that keeps its central belief system a secret. Which one won't explain anything about their belief system to anyone who enters? Now, tell me which one, if you come as a legitimate believer seeking guidance and further understanding of how to implement them to better your life will charge you, well, anything, even less continuing astronomical fees. That's not a religion, that's a racket.

So, Tom Cruise thinks Matt Lauer and Brooke Shields don't understand the history of psychiatry? Well, what the casual observer doesn't necessarily know is what this means to someone so far into this ugly fucking cult.

You see, apparently, 75 million years ago Xenu, the ruler of a Galactic Confederacy which consisted of 26 stars and 76 planets including Earth, which was then known as Teegeeack, was about to be deposed, so with the assistance of psychiatrists, he summoned billions of people to paralyze them with injections of alcohol and glycol, under the pretense that they were being called for "income tax inspections." The kidnapped populace was loaded into space planes for transport to the site of extermination, the planet of Teegeeack. When the space planes had reached Teegeeack, the paralyzed people were unloaded and stacked around the bases of volcanoes across the planet. Hydrogen bombs were lowered into the volcanoes, and all were detonated simultaneously.

Now, I don't believe the story of Moses - yeah, sorry, folks, I don't - but at least it's a good story. It has compelling drama, character and a moral point from which one can derive some wisdom. This? Well, it's just shitty.

Anyway, now you "understand" a little more of the supposed history of psychiatry. Does this make you feel like agreeing with Tom Cruise and his beliefs about evil psychiatrists or with medical doctors who spend their lifetimes studying human physiology and its affects on the human mind?

This isn't idle looniness. Mr. Cruise is using the bully pulpit of his fame and charisma to discredit medicine. In doing this he's insulting, belittling and potentially endangering a substantial group of real women with a serious medical problem as well as other people with legitimate mental illness.

That's fucking vile! That is inexcusably heinous.

But it doesn't get any better. You see, he believes, of course, that what really troubles us in this world isn't normal ups-and-downs of life, stress, hormonal imbalances and imperfectly working physiology, but rather the spirits of these long dead aliens haunting us with their troubles and the beliefs they were brainwashed into having by Xenu and his psychiatrists. You know how psychiatrists love to fuck with the minds of ghosts, right?

Support Operation Clambake, please. These motherfuckers have to be stopped somehow.

For me, right now, I'd love to see what the director of Close Encounters of the Third Kind and E.T. - The Extra-Terrestrial does with H.G. Wells's War of the Worlds, but I think right now I could not, in anything like a clear conscience, give my money to this man and his incredibly dangerous madness.

Maybe, just maybe, I'll get a serious urge, go to the Metro Cinemas in the U District, put my money down for Land of the Dead, which I'm happy to support at every opportunity, and just sneak in to see War of the Worlds. But that's a pretty big maybe at this moment.

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