Scientology Mayor of Clearwater?

Harold#1

A VERY STABLE SUPER GENIUS!!
A candidate with Scientology roots is running for Clearwater mayor
Morton Myers says he’s not an active member. But with family on Scientology’s staff, he says he’s uniquely positioned to find middle ground with the church.


Morton Myers, 40, is an entrepreneur, a lifelong Clearwater resident and now a candidate for mayor who comes from a family of Scientologists. He says he is not a practicing Scientologist and is running to bring change and representation to all residents. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Tampa Bay Times]

By Tracey McManus

Published 4 hours ago
Updated 19 minutes ago

CLEARWATER — When Morton Myers introduces himself as the latest mayoral hopeful, he fields questions about Scientology the same way he did as a child growing up in Clearwater.

Myers, 40, said he’s always been “neutral” on religion. But his parents were dedicated Scientologists, having spent much of their adult lives in the Sea Org, the church’s military-style workforce. They left the religious order in 1983, when Myers was 3, to raise a family.

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HelluvaHoax!

Well-known member
Morton Myers says he’s not an active member. But with family on Scientology’s staff, he says he’s uniquely positioned to find middle ground with the church.
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Sounds great. Except. . . . .

There is no middle ground with a fanatical cult desperately trying to take over a planet, beginning with taking over smaller towns.

Right, Ron?



"When somebody enrolls, consider he or she has joined up for the duration of the
universe-never permit an "open-minded" approach.
The whole agonized future of this planet, every man, woman and child on it, and
your own destiny for the next endless trillions of years depend on what you do here
and now with and in Scientology.
This is a deadly serious activity. And if we miss getting out of the trap now, we may
never again have another chance. Remember, this is our first chance to do so in all
the endless trillions of years of the past. Don't muff it now because it seems unpleasant
or unsocial to do Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten.
The proper instruction attitude is, "You're here so you're a Scientologist. Now we're going
to make you into an expert auditor no matter what happens. We'd rather have you dead than incapable."
It's an observable fact that Scientology, like a boa constrictor, has slowly but lethally choked the life out of downtown Clearwater, Florida. The retail, entertainment, dining and tourist trade in downtown Clearwater has literally been killed. Scientology has effectively demonstrated the sacred scripture that they would "...rather have (Clearwater) dead than incapable (of generating over a million dollars a week for a sociopathic con man's cult)."

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Veda

Well-known member
Be on the look out for people who "are not active members" but are friendly to Scientology, have family in Scientology and/or "Scientology friends in good standing."

This, along with Scientologists - or even inactive Scientologists - who emphasize how much they love Christianity or even claim to be Christians, or say things like "Most Scientologist are Christians."

This may be a PR action aimed at convincing the "wog" public that Scientology is normal.

Arthur Conway Hubbard thread: https://exscn2.net/threads/what-do-you-make-of-his-attitude-and-writings.423/#post-9208
 

ILove2Lurk

Lisbeth Salander
Axiom: All politicians are liars.

Corollary: Scientology politicians are liars on steroids.

Sub-corollary: Especially in Florida . . . and watch out for that big fake grin (as evidenced above).
 

Caroline

clerk #2
Morton Myers says he’s not an active member. But with family on Scientology’s staff, he says he’s uniquely positioned to find middle ground with the church.

Not an active member: "I comped my FEBC last week. Making A/Ps, working on Eligibility for OT levels."

Uniquely positioned:
"My positioning surveys were RTC-approved."

Finding middle ground with the church:
"We're still after that aquarium."
 
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