Scientology in the Village Voice: 2011 in Review

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"I still can't figure out how I didn't make the countdown."
Here at the Voice we wrote 234 stories on Scientology this year. They generated more than a million pageviews and more than 20,000 comments from our loyal readers.

Our first story of the year was posted in February, when we lauded Lawrence Wright's excellent, lengthy New Yorker profile of church defector and film director Paul Haggis.

Our last story of the year will be posted tomorrow morning, when we announce our Commenters of the Year awards.

Along the way, we covered breaking stories, interviewed fascinating people, revealed formerly secret Scientology documents, and tried to put Scientology's various difficulties into perspective.

Some of those stories brought more of you around to take a look than others. After the jump, we'll look at the most popular stories of the year...


Our 25 Most-Read Scientology Stories of 2011


25. Scientology in The New Yorker: Lawrence Wright Buries L. Ron Hubbard For Good

(February 7) Wright's 24,000-word profile of church defector and film director Paul Haggis was an early indication that this was going to be a big year for Scientology watching. (Just noticed that The New Yorker is listing Wright's story as their 2nd most-read story of 2011. Wow!)


24. Scientology Held Woman Aboard the Freewinds for 12 Years Against Her Will: Aussie TV

(November 28) This was our first story about Valeska Paris, who says church leader David Miscavige kept her on Scientology's private cruise ship from 1996 to 2007 to keep her away from her own mother in an extreme case of "disconnection."


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FEBRUARY: The lavish interior of an SUV custom-tailored for Tom Cruise by Sea Org members working for less than minimum wage.

23. The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology, No. 6: Anonymous

(September 19) A controversial ranking in our big summer countdown; many thought the leaderless online community and its Scientology-watching corps, Project Chanology, would finish higher on our list. At least it made for great comments!


22. Scientology Has Marty Rathbun Arrested (UPDATED: CHARGES DROPPED)

(September 20) The culimination of months of reporting on the Squirrel Busters siege at Marty Rathbun's house in little Ingleside on the Bay, Texas, this seemed a fitting final blunder for the church's misguided "fair game" operation.


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MARCH: Daniel Montalvo files child-labor lawsuits against Scientology. (They've since been settled.)

21. Tommy Davis, Scientology Spokesman, Secretly Recorded Discussing 'Disconnection'

(August 30) One of our favorite investigations of the year -- It's not often that you have a high-ranking Scientology official unaware that he's being taped as he pretty openly tries to intimidate a former church member about losing all contact with his family.


20. Scientology Attacks The New Yorker. Hilarity Ensues.

(August 30) Six months after Lawrence Wright's article about Paul Haggis appeared in The New Yorker, Scientology's propaganda organ, Freedom magazine, got around to trashing Wright and Haggis in surprisingly stupid fashion.


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APRIL: The Squirrel Busters goon squad shows up to intimidate Marty Rathbun in South Texas

19. The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology, No. 3: Marty Rathbun

(September 26) As we got near the top of our big countdown, our choices got more controversial. Rathbun is loathed by many in the Scientology watching world, but there's no doubt that his blog is having a big effect on the church.


18. The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology, No. 2: David Miscavige

(September 28) We chose Miscavige as our top runner-up in our countdown, but readers in our online poll chose him as their number 1.


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MAY: The Simon Wiesenthal Center bestows on Tom Cruise its annual Humanitarian Award. Paulette Cooper is not amused.

17. Janet Reitman: An Interview with the Author of Inside Scientology

(June 24) It didn't surprise us that the author of such a fascinating book would turn out to be fascinating herself.


16. Scientology Responds in Typical Fashion to South Park Investigation Documents

(October 25) After news of Scientology's retaliatory 2006 investigation of South Park's Trey Parker and Matt Stone broke, spokeswoman Karin Pouw put out one of the most inept church statements of all time.


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JUNE: We get the jump on the competition with an interview of Janet Reitman and a review of her book

15. Scientology's Enemies List: Are You On It?

(June 23) Marty Rathbun revealed an internal Scientology document which contained a list of people in the Western U.S. the church wanted to make sure weren't invited to an upcoming event. Those of us Back East were green with envy.


14. Tom Cruise's Daughter Leaves Him Over Scientology?

(April 21) There were several reports during the year in the entertainment tabloids that all is not well in the House of Cruise as Tom's kids explore young adulthood.


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JULY: Placido Domingo Jr, seen here with his famous father, leaves Scientology, calling it "scary and pathetic"

13. The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology, No. 12: Tommy Davis

(September 5) We weren't really surprised at the popularity of Tommy, the good-looking top church spokesman who suddenly vanished early in the year. Is Tommy another victim of church leader David Miscavige's infamous fickle favoritism?


12. Scientology Scuffle Over Xenu: When a Protester is Attacked!

(December 21) A minor scuffle in San Francisco turns into an intriguing story about a woman victimized by the church, her husband's in-your-face protesting techniques, and an angry confrontation over Xenu, the galactic overlord.


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AUGUST: We launch our Top 25 People Crippling Scientology countdown with everyone's favorite galactic overlord, Xenu!

11. The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology

(August 5) With this post, we launched our big summer countdown, and started things off by giving Xenu his place of honor.

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75 comments
Anonymous
Anonymous

Tony Ortega: 234 blog post articles and over 20,000 comments, and more than 1,000,000 page views.

In the Scientology corporation's lingo, these stats put Tony Ortega and the Village Voice in a state of "affluence".

Heather Grace
Heather Grace

Australia salutes you, Tony Ortega.

A million page views is VERY significant. That's a whole lot of people innoculated.

Thanks for all you've done and are doing.

Happy New Year. From the future.

Vistaril
Vistaril

Thanks TonyO . . . M O A R ! ! ! 1 1 1 ! ! !

Sid
Sid

Tony - thank you so much for all your efforts - they are greatly appreciated.

CofS Exit Zone
CofS Exit Zone

Man, it's been one heck of a year on this blog for us Scientology Watchers. Thanks for giving us such a bumper crop of stories to feed off of Tony. Your da man!

Nameless Asian Dude
Nameless Asian Dude

Happy New Year Village Voice.And may next year contain the Many Downs and very little ups for the evil Cult.

Strelnikov
Strelnikov

I wrote a comment to Marcotai, but the site held it (don't ask me why.)

In it I wrote that I had know Scientology was a scam as a kid, because my religious school had an encyclopedia of cults and obscure religions; Scientology took up quite a few pages in volume S. My point was, that if somebody in the pre-Public Internet era could come across negative information on Scientology, what chance does the "church" have now that you can find it all with a simple search engine prompt?

There is no hope for the "church"; people know it's either for crazy people, makes people crazy, or charges an arm and a leg for the priviledge of providing both. If Scientology were as cheap as Catholicism, MAYBE, just MAYBE, there would be a chance for survival. Not even the FreeZone, Independent Scientology movement will save the "tech" as long as it is wedded to mind control, high prices, and some of Hubbard's crazier ideas (smoking is good for you, trains on Venus, the superpowers of Clear.)

MarthaWiggins
MarthaWiggins

"I wrote a comment to Marcotai, but the site held it (don't ask me why.)"

Oh, that would be the new software I wrote for Disqus.  If the Reply button is hit on any of his comments, the response goes to Venus.  You're welcome.

And hey, that's a great comment.  Why waste it on marcotai?

V for Vacation
V for Vacation

Thanks for all your hard work, Tony!  Looking forward to more stories in 2012 from you and Tobin and Childs.  Bravo!

Mike
Mike

And yet Scientology still stands.

Sid
Sid

...and hundreds of millions will sleep hungry tonight, thousands of children will die today due to lack of anything approaching adequate medical care.

We tolerate such injustice in our world.

Sanddancer
Sanddancer

 So does the Parthenon, and much like the Parthenon, Scientology is but a hollow shell these days.

MarthaWiggins
MarthaWiggins

For me, the only important thing is keeping people out of organized scientology.  The "church" will crumble (in fact, it's clearly falling apart now) to dust.  I guess I don't care if folks want to audit each other and call it scientology.  You and I both know that as soon as some jumped-up new organization rears its ugly head, we'll be on them like a duck on a june-bug.  I shouldn't say the "only" important thing.  Obviously, the other, and maybe more important thing, is getting the rest of them out. It's not impossible, just hard.

Arthur
Arthur

Troll: "In Internet slang, a troll is someone who posts inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as an online discussion forum, chat room, or blog, with the primary intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion." [Wikipedia]  --  When YOU respond to marcotai, HE WINS. -- Even if you believe marcotai IS a Scientologist (he isn't), he is primarily a troll. -- Even if you respond to the troll only to point out how ridiculous his statements are, he wins. -- Currently the score on this article is Marcotai (13), commenters (0). -- The only way to win against a troll is to IGNORE the troll.

Thetan-X
Thetan-X

Okay, Okay !!! I get it !! I will throw away all of my "Troll-Treats" and refrain from feeding said Troll / $cion reject.You, Arthur and Martha, make complete sense regarding the feeding of the troll, it is just so much fun, the anticipation of its comments, and its answers to comments...I know it sounds juvenile, but sometime it is fun to act on youthful impulse..I will from here on, refrain from feeding Marco The Troll !! consider this (one of many) my New Years Resolution.

Happy New Year 

Arthur
Arthur

An excellent list! I certainly enjoyed every article you've written this year -- sometimes the news has distressed me but, overall, it's the humor that I most enjoy.

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

Thanks Tony, I enjoy your blog - you've come to your true calling, reporting from the heart which is probably why you're so good at it.

The main stream press and media have been complicit in blatant propaganda ad nauseam. It has unfortunately degenerated into entertainment factories diguised as news.

So, thank goodness for journalist like you. You have made a home for like minded people, a kind of digital nirvana for $cientology watchers...long live Tony O and the Village Voice.

Viva La "SP" Resistance!

CharlieWaters
CharlieWaters

Agreed.  Thanks to you and the rest of the folks in the underground bunker for a great year of coverage.  Checking Runnin' Scared has become a daily routine for me.And thanks for posting over the holiday season, and especially on New Year's Day.  I can't wait to read this doozy of a story while watching a full slate of football.Have a Happy New Year and here's hoping for an even bigger year in 2012!

Andie
Andie

Thank you for bringing the cults misdeeds (and hilarious stupidity) to the attention of the world!

OSA2
OSA2

Tony, you and your staff are the best. Thank you.

PattyMoher
PattyMoher

After reading this article I started to wonder what the hell OSA makes of you.  As a former 20 + year Guardian Office and OSAtard, I tried to conjure up that crazed Scientology mindset and try to figure out what kind of far out "purpose" they think you have.

I mean honestly, you're kicking the shit out of them on an almost daily basis.  Your stories are truly "breaking news" in the whacky world of All Things Scientology.  So they are going to want to know the REAL REASON behind all these entheta stories and have been investigating all your "comm lines" to find the ones that lead to the evil psychs.  Once they figure out your psych connection this will allow them to validate what Ron says about the evil SP's attacking Scn are always connected to the psychs.  I'm not making this shit up. This is part of the Scn mindset.  Of course they can't do anything about the fact that your Aunt Myrtle's ex-husband's brother is a member of the APA, but that doesn't matter, all that matters is that they find the connection to verify what Ron said about SP's. 

Next it's on to find your crimes!   They'll be all over your finances, getting credit reports, checking all the courts in every town you ever lived in for any kind of civil or criminal record, finding disgruntled former employees and "interviewing them".   The usual and despicable that is Ron and his tech.  

As to your motivation, that's a given in Scn.  You are, per the tech, stuck in some kind of horrible incident on your past track and are dramaztizing that incident  by trying to stop things, especially things that help and since Scn is the most helpful thing in the universe you are trying to stop "mankind's only hope"

Scn mythology is pretty wacky with all the past lives and space opera stuff. 

Tony, you have my utmost love and respect for what you do and how you do it.  It takes some courage and smarts to successfully fuck with the cult.  You have both and are doing a fantastic job.  Thank you so much!

Aa
Aa

There's little doubt that the untold story here is what the cult is doing -and plans to do- behind the scenes to try to destroy Tony Ortega personally and professionally, and the Village Voice as a business. We've already seen in detail what happens to people like Marty Rathbun and Mike Rinder (and especially his employer Robert Almblad) for getting on the cult's bad side. Everyone high on the cult's 'enemies list' can expect to get this kind of "take no prisoners/scorched earth" treatment. Whether they talk about it or suffer in silence, we should not forget the sacrifices and hardships that Scientology critics -and their family, friends, employees, and employers - are made to endure for having the courage and conviction to stand up to this criminal cult and not be bullied into submission. 

Although Tony O. gets lots of accolades, and rightly so, the unsung heroes in this battle are the owners of the Village Voice.

Alanzo
Alanzo

I couldn't agree more, Patty.

Very well said.

Thank you, Tony.

MarthaWiggins
MarthaWiggins

Perfectly said.  You've laid out the true whackitude of the cult.  They really really really DO believe all that stuff.  I know I did when I was in the bubble.  And I really did think that scn was the only hope.  Oh. My. God.

Sid
Sid

This way of thinking is just astonishing, twisting the mind to suit the goals of the cult.

And everything you just said is the direct teachings and manipulation of L Ron Hubbard. Absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with David Miscavige.

THIS is why the CoS was willing to try and frame Paulette Cooper.

THIS is why the CoS mounted the largest ever infiltration of the US Government.

THIS is why the complex, multi-faceted, criminal fraud of Scientology persists to this day.

THIS is why.

Marcotai
Marcotai

I consider your son a victim, at this point.I'm glad that he doesn't want to speak with you any more.You don't give a shit about what he is and what he is thinking about anyway.Go on to lick a porn rag's ass and his followers, after all you need all the motivators you must get to feel comfortable with yourself, isn't it?SCN is not about believing in some kind of stuff, it's all about OBSERVING yourself! 

Thetan-X
Thetan-X

tempting isn't it ?. i know, I know, believe me I know !!.by no means Martha, do i admire you any less, then  before i decided to throw all of my "Troll Treats" into the garbage. I feel your pain and I pray for you and all of the begotten souls trapped and tortured by the MONSTROUS Cult that L Ron Hubbard created to blow-up his already enormous ego and to make as much money as possible !! Unfortunately, in his attempt to control mankind he forgot to take in to account that some people would rebel against his insidious plan. Because of those brave original few, the GO was formed which later turned into the OSA, the bunch of buffoons managing idiots like the "Squirrel Busters" and forcing people to do "amends" like knocking on Rathbuns door to tell his wife she is an apostate!! (you remember that awesome video out of Marty's camp?).My point is...without fantastic people, like you Martha, there wouldn't be a RESISTANCE against the CULT of $cientology!!!Thank you and you too Tony.!!!!!

Arthur
Arthur

Now the score is Troll (marcotai)=14, commenters 0. He wins again.

Garry90069
Garry90069

Translated from Marcotaism: blah.. blah.. blah..blah..blah.. blah.. blah..blah..blah.. blah.. blah..blah..

MarthaWiggins
MarthaWiggins

And yet...you feel compelled to tell us that he said nothing. 

Synthia Elizabeth Fagen
Synthia Elizabeth Fagen

What you see here is a culmination of a lot of tireless work! This takes dedication and compassion for others.

As an ex-Scientologist, I feel like finally someone in the media completely understands and no one understands like Tony. No one.

Thank you!

DeckardCain
DeckardCain

I don't think I could wait from now until February for more VV Scientology stories (if 2012 is like 2011).  This blog is the first place I go to most mornings, and that only started several months ago.  Tony, please try to keep us Scientology watchers amused with your posts with constant frequency (if possible).  The cult seems to provide such great and frequent material.

barbara graham
barbara graham

We are super glad you're on board with your big American penis, Tony, cuz that's what it takes to stand up to the juvenile harassment the cult trots out.

2011 has been a hella year, but since 2008, the cult has put on a dog and pony show surpassing the televised grief of Best Koreans. Take a peek back to see how John Travolta and the cult handled his son's death. Rex Fowler murdering his business partner before giving himself a lobotomy by Glock. The death of Nancy Cartwright's one-time fiance, a man who gave a million bucks to the cult one year before killing himself by jumping off a bridge. (elronic)

Australia, COSRECI, Xenophon, Jan Wendy Eastgate Meyer, Carly Crutchfield...lots of stuff going on down under.

We saw signs and symptoms of the terrible pressure these people are under and we watched some of them snap.  This was all before you really jumped in with both feet.

LOL...just think of all the articles you could have written if you'd gotten into this when I did in 1997! You'd have a tome bigger than Battlefield Earth! (and better, no doubt)

Strelnikov
Strelnikov

I'm going to engage the troll:Marcotai, I knew that Scientology was nutty back when I was a kid because I went to a religious school, and they had an encyclopedia of cults and "new" religions. Beside the People's Temple, est, the Baha'is, there was a photo of L. Ron. running the tomato on the e-meter. The article discussed how Scientology began as a psychology offshoot, then became a religion because Hubbard wanted more money. Later I would get back into researching Scientology, ran across xenu.net, xenutv, read the Hubbard biographies, am reading some of the "church's" books right now. If I can avoid Scientology just by reading stuff BEFORE THERE WAS A PUBLIC INTERNET, what hope does the church have now that semi-illiterate slobs can listen to the Jason Beghe interview on YouTube? That the Village Voice was willing to open up a sub-blog on Scientology says a lot about what The Press thinks about your religion if they aren't scared off by lawsuits.

Scientology is doomed.

Happy New Years.

Deanblair06
Deanblair06

Thank you for your hard work and your excellent journalism.  I have been following your stories now for about a year and your Facebook page as well as "Running Scared" are on my favorites. 

I am very much looking forward to what 2012 brings for the Church of Scientology.  

Bless you Tony and all of your contributors.  Have a great New Year.

MarthaWiggins
MarthaWiggins

I'm always late to these parties and Tony's incredible cult-busting series is no exception.  Once I found this very addictive blog, my stats have gone out the bottom.  *sigh*   But if it means Tony's stats go UP, then hey, it's all good.Thank you Tony for all that you do.  I appreciate it more than I can say.  And a big thanks to all the clever, supportive, funny and thoughtful folks who make me feel welcome and heard.And finally:Please don't feed the troll.  Pretty please.  Ignoring every single thing he says is the best way to get to him.  I know it's hard to resist the temptation to ream him a new one, but there's nothing to gain by playing with him.

Thetan-X
Thetan-X

I understand your point of view regarding the nourishment of our friend the Troll. I really do, but every time Marco comments or answers a comment, he/she gives us another PERFECT example of how the cult has twisted the rationale of what may have been a perfectly well adjusted soul. You see I believe Marco is a $cion as well as a troll. I honestly don't believe he/she thinks that the comments it writes are going to change anyones minds about the cult, just as we know we can't change his/her mind. At the very least, we may get him to do something about his grammar !!But it's fun, and it's also some pretty damn funny stuff !!!

MarthaWiggins
MarthaWiggins

"but every time Marco comments or answers a comment, he/she gives us another PERFECT example of how the cult has twisted the rationale of what may have been a perfectly well adjusted soul. "

Yes.  And that's precisely why no response is necessary.  His blathering speaks for itself, as it were.  IMHO, you look silly trying to respond to nonsense.  I would rather read comments that have some relevance to the post, but I know that's not how it plays out most times.  Anyone who thinks marcotai needs to be corrected or challenged or made fun of, is missing the point.  He just wants to get a rise out of you.  And you let him.  If none of his comments were answered, he'd look even more ridiculous than he already does.  It doesn't matter whether he is or is not a scnist.  And if you don't believe marcotai is trying to change anyone's mind, why bother with him?  Oh, and there are plenty of other grammar-challenged posters here -- go after them.

Sid
Sid

I agree.

Generally I would prefer to try and communicate with Scientologists, it's a great chance to put forward the critics point of view.

However with the troll we're discussing I have long ago given up - he/she/it is clearly only in it for the lulz, so I no longer bite.

When genuine Scientologists come on here and engage in debate (sadly too rare) that is really fantastic.

Marcotai
Marcotai

"please don't feed the troll"

LOL. it may be easy for you to dismiss "the other side of the coin" with "he is just a troll, don't listen to him". Well, what you are scared about??Surely enough most of the people in here are sooo prone to bullshits that you may have a good chance to convince them.The person (marcotai) who you are trying to suppress or hide from the view, may be well your son! Or someone who is talking on his behalf.Wake up!

Clarkle
Clarkle

So much typing to say nothing, TROLL.

Kate Bornstein
Kate Bornstein

Happy almost new year, Mister Tony. Your journalistic integrity, delivered with just the right degree of sober snark, has gone a long way to reducing the fear I've lived with every day for the past 30 years since I left the Sea Org. I look forward to reading your book, should you ever get around to writing it. There's a really cool tome in 2011's 234 stories alone.

And happy almost new year to all the commenters on this page. Through your courage in speaking up, your outrage and your sense of humor, you've given me more strength to do the same.

Finally: happy almost new year to all the OSA operatives whose job it was to follow this column. 2011 had to be a really hard year for you. I sure hope that these 234 stories have driven at least a teeny tiny wedge of doubt between your blind belief and your good intentions. I'm sure 2012 is gonna be even more harrowing for you—and that is a positive postulate.

kiss kiss

Kate (formerly Lieutenant Al) Bornstein

DMSTCC
DMSTCC

Tony's book title possibilities:

"How I helped bring down the 'Church of Scientology' " - meh, too easy.

"How I got the 'Church of Scientology' to suck my balls" - hmm, closer.

Tye Solaris
Tye Solaris

Thanks Tony!

The Village Voice of New York City is the Go-To-Start-Point if you want to learn what Scientology is .... and is Not.

Marcotai
Marcotai

It is especially interesting the fact that the most bullshit story is at number one.it seems that hate mongers loves BS at their finest.

Frolix8
Frolix8

Why is the story BS?

Tony did an excellent job of in depth reporting. He checked and cross-checked his information and came up with greater detail and analysis than the original reports out of Australia.

To prove your point mayhaps you should learn and practice the journalistic integrity and fact checking Tony has displayed. The is too/is not card adds nothing of value to the conversation. Facts supported by real data count, not mere assertions.

Thetan-X
Thetan-X

Please do not expect a reply from Marco to your most sensible and logical comment.Of course if he feels the need to reply you can bet it will be a rant on what religious bigots you and Tony are, as well as hateful, drug abusing degraded beings all of us who post here are.

sketto
sketto

When you imprison people, you get yourself some well-earned hate, my friend. Scientology creates its own problems. 

Mighty Korgo of Teegeeack
Mighty Korgo of Teegeeack

Is not.Is too.Is not.Is too.Is not.Is too.Is notIs too.IS NOT!!!!!Is too...

And if you don't like it, you can as is me.

Marcotai
Marcotai

You should know how dangerous drugs are.

Mighty Korgo of Teegeeack
Mighty Korgo of Teegeeack

I do know the danger of drugs. Though I don't indulge I have seen the bad things they have done to others. I have also been a member of your cult.

I would rather see a son of mine hooked on drugs than be a member of Scientology. Drugs are cheaper, less dangerous to health and easier to get off of then Scientology.

I am waiting to be as issed... or handled with OT powers... or be seen as a crank because the whole world are member of the Church of Scientology (as I was told would happen by 1975)... or be strapped to a chair and audited until I see the light (as Captain Bill said was the fate of suppressives)... or be disposed of quietly and without sorrow... or... well, you must get it by now. The cult has real problems with control even over 1.1's like me. After what I have seen and been through, snide remarks just aren't going to handle me. And that seems to be the best you can do.

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

You mean like the schedule 1 drug that lacks a LD50, is that what you're talking about my little troll? Or is it the legal, prescription migraine remedy with the contraindication of sudden death of which you speak?

Sciloon
Sciloon

Reading some of your disgusting comments on this blog lately it's pretty obvious who the real hate monger is.

Marcotai
Marcotai

My comments are appearing 'disgusting" to you because I defend my religion against hate-monger and religious bigots. Nothing more and nothing less than that.

Garry90069
Garry90069

Getting a heads start on the New Years Eve drinking are ya, Marcotai?  You're a funny moonbat.

Clarkle
Clarkle

What is your religion?   You have already been outed a couple of times that you are not a  scientologist?

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

Thank gawd, I thought I was the the only one on Village Voice who had bad grammar. Looks like 'ol "douchnozzle" marcotai is just as bad.

KMW = Keep Marcotai whining

What a sniveling bitch crying about religious bigots, while his religion rapes people of their money, sanity, and molest innocent children.

barbara graham
barbara graham

Unfortunately, you're also defending the abuse and criminal behavior of your "religion" as well.

Your right to practice your religion ends at the line where my rights begin. Which is why I'd dearly love to catch one of your OSA derps in my yard some dark night.

Ever watch Dexter?

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

Well . . .

There are word choice, grammar and spelling issues as well—you're no literary paragon, that's for sure.

Oh, and you're a Troll, almost forgot.

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