Saturday, December 24, 2005
DO NOT DONATE TO SCIENTOLOGY & JOIN US IN A WORLDWIDE BOYCOTT OF MI:3!
IT'S HAPPENING! Tom Cruise's recent repeated massively irresponsible and potentially life-endangering statements that those on prescribed psychiatric medication should cease using them and use "exercise and vitamins and stuff"... combined with his promotion of what most consider a cult of Scientology has horrified a huge percentage of the public. In fact, our survey results below show from almost 2,500 responses a MASSIVE 83% of you feel just like us and are prepared to Boycott Mission Impossible III.
Well some of the major anti-Scientology websites are pulling together to do just that. We feel it's time someone made a stance against "Dr. Cruise's" bullying tactics, and every dollar he earns he gives a % to Scientology. Which means every time we pay to see a Cruise movie we're funding his cult! Well not anymore. Head to www.boycottmi3.com and put your name down in a worldwide boycott of M:I:III. You'll have a clear conscience, and help send a very powerful message to Cruise that you won't be donating to his cult this year. Beside, MI:II sucked anyway!
It is clear that Cruise is a good actor. He talks of scientology like Ronald Mc donald plays with kids; all smiles and no meat.
I feel personally sorry for all those poor women who have to give birth without making any noise or pain relief.
I just hope it's true that Katie's being paid to be his wife and she does'nt actually belief this rubbish.....
But I do feel sorry for the women that has to go through labor like that. That's just insane... I can't believe Katie would convert to it, if she did.... a big jump from what she originally believed in..
People like you are all foam and no beer.
However the comment about psychiatric medicine is hardly a bad thing - there IS too much of a reliance on anti depressives and also child favouite ritilin. They are easy to prescribe and proove that most DRs have NO IDEA what they are dealing with. Obviously vitamins and excercise would not cure an accute schitzophrenic but apart from those extreme and rare cases, he does have a point - healthy body can lead to a healthy mind - but then of course, he's crazy.
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