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 Prisonplanet.com Plugs Tom Cruise

Matt Lauer interview with Tom Cruise, "Tom Cruise Bashes Brave New World," has been archived on Alex Jones' Prisonplanet.com website for five months at this writing. Prisonplanet.com chose a startling headline to describe the Tom Cruise's interview with Matt Lauer:

Video: Cruise Bashes Brave New World

Tom Cruise bashes psychiatry, drugging children and the Brave New World pharma-slave plantation.

(Quote source: Tom Cruise Bashes Brave New World)


Alex Jones' Prisonplanet.com website is causing the public to believe that Tom Cruise, a celebrity spokesman for Scientology, is an opponent of the Brave New World, or New World Order. Scientology is not against globalism; they are an integral part of the New World Order!
Bashing psychiatry while promoting Scientology is NOT bashing the Brave New World.

Prisonplanet.com's remarks about this interview include this statement:

We don't advocate Scientology but Cruise is right on point on every issue raised

(Quote source: Tom Cruise Bashes Brave New World)

Let us examine an issue that Tom Cruise brought up that Prisonplanet.com agrees is "right on point."

Tom Cruise's Goal: For People to Understand Scientology

Matt Lauer asked Tom Cruise a significant question near the end of the interview:

"Do you want more people to understand Scientologywould that be a goal of yours?"

Tom Cruise, prompted by Lauer, responded at length:

You know what I uh, absolutely, of course.

 [Lauer] How do you go about that?

"You just communicate about it. And the important thing is like you and I talked about it, whether its... Look if I want to know something, I go and find out. Because I don't talk about things I don't understand. I'll say, you know what, I'm not so sure about about that, I'll go find more information about it so that I can come to an opinion based on the information that I have.

[Lauer] You're so passionate about it. [Scientology.]

I'm passionate about learning. I'm passionate about life, Matt.

Alex Jones' Prisonplanet.com agrees with Tom Cruise's advice about how to "understand Scientology" because they affirmed that Tom Cruise is "right on point on every issue raised" in this interview.

Since Prisonplanet.com agrees with Tom Cruise that people should research Scientology so as to understand it, just how do they want Scientology to be understood? Tom Cruise's way? Their statement that "Cruise is right on point on every issue raised" and their failure to warn about Scientology's pro-NWO ideology and satanic methodology indicates the answer is "Yes."

Prisonplanet.com says they don't advocate Scientology but they chose to use L. Ron Hubbard's phrase, "prison planet," to NAME their website.

According to Hubbard Earth is a prison planet, so why would anything be of value here? (1)

Prisonplanet.com says they don't advocate Scientology but they have a video of Tom Cruise recruiting for Scientology on their websitewith no warning about Scientology's globalist agenda or dangerous, demonic teachings.

Prisonplanet.com says they don't advocate Scientology but they interview, link to websites, and sell books of those who promote Scientology organizations.

Alex Jones' Prisonplanet.com can and should expose and oppose psychiatry, which is part and parcel of the NWO agenda, but this should be done without promoting Tom Cruise—the most influential Scientology spokesman in the world—or other Scientology affiliated leaders.

Our comments: Because Alex Jones is a public figure who represents himself as a Christian and an activist against socialism, communism, and the New World Order, it is imperative that his large listening audience be aware of his Scientology connections because he is sending a mixed message. Tom Cruise is definitely not bashing what he spends his life supporting and promoting: Scientology, which is an integral part of the New World Order network.

notes:

(1) What You Can Expect as a Scientologist http://www.lermanet.com/exit/dissent4.htm

Gary and Lisa Ruby
Liberty To The Captives
12/03/05

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