Scientologists tricked into community service

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

Re: “Scientologists help more than their critics do”
Nov. 30, 2007

To the editor:
I must have been dreaming, because I swore I just read a letter to the editor written by a damage control expert from the Church of Scientology. The Gazette would know better than to print something so pathetic and nonsensical, wouldn’t it?

Sadly, no. As I read through the mawkish apologies for a laughable cult, I couldn’t help but wonder what we’ll see next. Invitations to a witchcraft seminar in NCB 101? The department of Alchemy and Astrology opening up across from the Natural Sciences Centre?

Angela Ilasi can list good deeds done by her so-called “religion” all day long, and it won’t matter. If people have to be brainwashed into behaving well by an organization created by the conscious charlatan L. Ron Hubbard, then fine.

But let the megaphone for these frauds be a pulp newsletter handed out on Adelaide Street, and not the school newspaper of a highly respected academic institution.
"Henry Gould
Anatomy & Cell Biology III

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