Jonny Jacobsen: A Q&A with Europe's Premier Scientology Blogger

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Last month, when a highly complex fraud trial was completing its appeal phase in France -- which considers Scientology a business scam, not a religion -- there was only one place we went for the latest information.

In the past, we've described Jonny Jacobsen's blog, Infinite Complacency, as "murderously rigorous," and we meant it. A blogger's blogger, Jacobsen is a British-trained journalist who lives in France and has relentlessly, and with laser focus, written about some of the most complex legal developments in the world of Scientology watching.

This week, Infinite Complacency celebrated its third anniversary, and Jacobsen reflected on being one of the first to reveal abuse of church executives at Scientology's California international base, and to watch the fraud trial unfold in Paris. And he jumped at the offer when we asked him to give us some perspective on what changes he's seen in this field of scribbling about the church since 2009...


Over the past three years, what would you say were the five biggest developments in the world of watching Scientology?

I think I mentioned most of them in my anniversary post, but in no special order:

-- the French fraud conviction of Scientology as an organisation

-- Senator Nick Xenophon's ground-breaking denunciation of Scientology's excesses in his speech to the Australian Senate

-- the explosion of coverage at the Tampa Bay Times (formerly the St. Petersburg Times)

-- the Debbie Cook debacle and the way her court testimony went around the world

--the ongoing lawsuits by the Headleys and Laura DeCrescenzo

The French conviction is important not just because Scientology as an organisation was convicted of fraud - and not just a few individuals - but because it looks likely to act as a template for other prosecutions in other countries. It managed, for the most part, to avoid getting bogged down in sticky questions like the mind control debate and concentrated on the basic criminal behaviour: the relentless hard sell based on false promises; the deception embodied in Scientology's false claims of scientific credentials, such as with the personality test.

Senator Xenophon's intervention was important because it was well-stocked with good information from former members and was careful to avoid attacking the movement's belief system, except where it was implicated in the abuses. The cascade of setbacks that Scientology has suffered Down Under can virtually all be traced back to the senator's speech.

The Times' coverage - from the initial three-part investigation into violence at Int Base in the summer of 2009, to its more recent breakdown of Scientology's relentless hard-sell tactics - has been thorough, meticulous and impressive in its scale. I have no doubt the fact that they committed to an extended campaign encouraged other sources to come forward. They took the most important issues - the violence and abuse - into the mainstream, encouraging other news organisations to follow suit.

The Debbie Cook affair has become a real debacle for the Miscavige regime. I think it is a perfect illustration too of the way the Independent movement has learned how to out-manoeuvre corporate Scientology. The whole episode reminds me of that section at Andreas Heldal-Lund's Operation Clambake called Operation Foot-Bullet, which lists the various occasions on which the movement has managed to shoot itself in the foot.

First, they alienated one of their most dedicated members, then when she spoke out they tried to harass and silence her by dragging her into court - which achieved the exact opposite. They gave her a platform to detail the abuses she had suffered and witnessed, testimony so compelling it was even picked up by the normally timid British press.

Finally, I think the lawsuits launched by Marc and Claire Headley and Laura DeCrescenzo are still very significant. In a sense, Scientology cannot win there: a victory for the plaintiffs would be a massive indictment of the movement's practices right at the top of the movement, its appalling treatment of its most dedicated members. But if the lawsuits fail, it will only increase pressure for the authorities to do something about the movement's seeming impunity.

I wouldn't want to guess which way any of them will go. But win or lose, the plaintiffs and their lawyers helped get crucial issues out in the open. Olivier Morice, the lawyer who represented one of the plaintiffs in the Paris trial described that case as a time bomb that had been waiting to explode under the movement for years: you could say much the same thing about these three lawsuits. Kudos to all three of them for sticking it out this far.


What's the development of the European press been like since 2009 for covering Scientology? Are news organizations there getting braver?

The fact that Britain's two biggest-selling dailies The Sun and The Daily Mail covered Debbie Cook's testimony was significant, I thought. The Sun did give coverage to Marc Headley's book Blown for Good when it came out, but usually these papers focus on the weirdness quotient or the celebrity angle without tackling anything more difficult. Court coverage of course is legally safer than more ambitious investigative work, but it is still important exposure.

In France, coverage of Scientology is far more hostile, but that just reflects the political consensus here. France's About-Picard law allowing for the possibility of banning a cult-like organisation got all-party support. Most people here see Scientology as a scam, and a rather nasty one at that. Colleagues in Belgium and Germany tell me the coverage is along similar lines there. Worldwide, I would still say that the best media coverage of Scientology is in the U.S. - but the Aussies are coming up fast on the inside.


You've done comprehensive coverage of incredibly complex lawsuits over the years. Is this kind of hard work starting to penetrate to a larger audience over time?

I just checked my stats at sitemeter.com. In three years and 123 posts, I've managed to attract 58 followers and have an average daily hit rate of 58. So I think Perez Hilton can sleep easy.

I originally saw Infinite Complacency as a repository of material for when I returned to my book project, but over time it's become an end in itself. I sometimes wonder if I am not over-egging the cake with the detail I go into in some cases, particularly the French trial. On balance though, I think it's worth it: one of the main advantages of a blog is you can do this kind of in-depth coverage, something that wouldn't be possible in a mainstream, commercial operation.

But while I may have few readers, they are motivated. Various contacts have told me that they have passed my articles on to journalists, politicians even members of the clergy in a bid to educate them. That encourages me to hope that my output has a wider circulation than is measured in raw site stats - and that it's getting to the right audience. In writing any given article I tried to strike a balance between addressing my fellow nerds - some of whom know more than I do about a given case - and more general readers who want to be educated on a specific aspect of Scientology.

I hope this material serves as a database for other researchers, journalists and academics, so they can make the connections between one case and another; so they can see that the same abuses are happening in different countries around the world. The whole point of the blog is that the abuse in Scientology is systemic.

The trouble with being a one-man operation - subbing your own copy is never a good idea - is that quite apart from getting the details right, it's easy to lose sight of the big picture. Fortunately, the feedback I have had from readers has convinced me that I'm not completely wasting my time.


Could you rank in order, which do you predict are going to be the five or six toughest countries in Europe for Scientology over the next few years?

I'm not sure it's important which country is giving them the hardest time. In Russia for example, their basic rights are systematically trampled on and I don't condone that for a moment. What is more interesting, I think, is what is happening in the western
democracies, because really, one way of looking at the problem of cults is seeing it as a problem of the open society and its enemies.

In this respect, Australia is going about it the right way: Scientology looks likely to lose the tax breaks its charitable status has afforded it when the government introduces a public benefit test that the movement cannot possibly meet. The Fair Work Ombudsman has put them on notice that they cannot go on exploiting their workers; and the courts seem ready to intervene when there is a case they think needs prosecuting.

Compare that with the United States where, while there have been a number of significant developments, there seems to be a lack of coordination, a disjointedness about the way the situation is evolving. My jaw dropped when I read your report on the FBI investigation: I could not believe they were planning to raid Scientology's executive HQ. They don't appear to have learned anything from the slaughter at Waco. Perhaps then, it is as well that someone shut down their investigation. I agree with Mike Rinder's comments in your piece that the authorities would be better going through the courts - though I think they could aim a little higher than his suggested offence, obstruction of justice. With all the material already in the public domain, all the testimony from former members, I don't think you need raids on the scale of those carried out in the 1970s.

The key thing missing in the States is the political will: you need a politician like Australia's Senator Xenophon who has acted as a catalyst for change in his country.

In France, while the conviction of Scientology was significant and more cases may come to trial, I am concerned about their willingness to talk in terms of banning Scientology. I think it would be a serious mistake. You can't reform a movement by driving it underground: you just make martyrs of them.

In Belgium and Germany there are criminal cases in the pipeline, which could prove to be major blows to the movement there; and David Love in Canada is doing interesting work exposing the abuses inside Narconon, the drug rehab operation run using Hubbard's scientifically untested and potentially dangerous methods. These are all developments I hope to cover in the future.


What's the toughest thing for you in maintaining the blog? Is it the time management, the access to sources, the writing. What is it?

It is difficult finding the time to write the blog: I have a paid job and a family - a life in other words. But I wouldn't do this if I didn't get a lot of satisfaction out of it. I try to do more in-depth reporting and analysis rather than breaking news - because I need to focus on what commercial operations don't always have time to do. That's the beauty of a blog.

On the other hand, I wish I had the time and resources to make another research trip to the U.S., meet contacts and gather stories: my last one dates back to 2007.

I've given up trying to compete with mainstream news sources, since I cannot match their resources or even devote the time required for proper investigative work. The opening sections of Infinite Complacency, (Violence and Abuse in the Sea Org) took more than two years of work to put together and was quickly outstripped by the Times investigation. So now my work is more document based: I follow the lawsuits, try to break down the legal issues, and chase up official reports, speeches to parliament.


Anything else you want to tell us about how things have changed in the past three years in Scientology or the coverage of it?

One thing I have found interesting is the the way the Independent Scientology movement has grown in confidence, coalescing around Marty Rathbun and Mike Rinder. They are well organised, proactive and perfectly happy to embarrass the Miscavige regime with a steady stream of leaks. Rathbun, Rinder - and no doubt some of the others - are extremely well informed and know how to hit the Miscavige regime where it hurts. The movement also provides a valuable support network for those who are outraged about the current abuses but are unwilling to give up their belief in the ideals of Scientology.

I may not see eye to eye with them on certain issues - they don't want to accept that the abuse started with Scientology's founder, Hubbard, not Miscavige - but if I don't write much about them, it is mainly because they are perfectly capable of getting their message out themselves. I certainly don't underestimate the threat they pose to the Miscavige regime.

These last three years I've made some really interesting contacts and I hope one day to meet up with some of them. For the moment however, I'm happy to just keep plodding away, taking it one story at a time - with an occasional break for caek! :-)



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Tony Ortega has been the editor in chief of the Village Voice since March, 2007. He started writing about Scientology in 1995. You can reach him by e-mail at tortega@villagevoice.com, and if you ask nicely he'll put you on his mailing list for notifications of new stories, which tend to come out each and every morning at 8 am, but can suddenly appear at any time of the day. You can also catch his alerts at Twitter (@VoiceTonyO), at his Facebook author page, on Pinterest, a Tumblr, and even this new Google Plus doohickey.

New readers might want to check out our primer, "What is Scientology?" Another good overview is our series from last summer, "Top 25 People Crippling Scientology." At the top of every story, you'll see the "Scientology" category which, if you click on it, will bring up all of our most recent stories. As for our regular features, on Thursdays we do a roundup of world press, on Fridays we visit L. Ron Hubbard on the yacht Apollo circa 1969-1971, on Saturdays we celebrate the week's best comments, and on Sundays we publish Scientology's wacky and tacky advertising mailers that people send us.

As for hot subjects we've covered here, you may have heard about Debbie Cook, the former church official who rebelled and is now being sued by Scientology. You might have also heard about the Super Power Building, Scientology's "Mecca," whose secrets were revealed here. We also reported how Scientology spied on its own most precious object, Tom Cruise. (We wrote Tom an open letter that he has yet to respond to.) Have you seen a Scientology ad on TV lately? We debunked some of the claims in that 2-minute commercial you might have seen while watching Glee or American Idol.

Other stories have looked at Scientology's policy of "disconnection" that is tearing families apart. You may also have heard something about the Sea Org experiences of the Paris sisters, Valeska and Melissa, and their friend Ramana Dienes-Browning. We've also featured Paulette Cooper, who wrote about Scientology back in the day, and Janet Reitman, Hugh Urban, and the team at the Tampa Bay Times, who write about it today. And there's plenty more coming.


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Jonny Jacobsen
Jonny Jacobsen

Just a final word to say thanks to Tony for giving me this platform: the bounce in traffic has been gratifyingly spectacular -- and thanks to the supportive comments from old friends and new. It's good to be appreciated.

I think I'll postpone that switch to corporate PR for a few more years. :-)

jj

Jonny Jacobsen
Jonny Jacobsen

I'll go back to the site administrators to try to sort this out.

Jimmy Kowski
Jimmy Kowski

it's impossible to access any Infinite Complacency links from the UK. Is it banned here?

media_lush
media_lush

I can't access Infinite Complacency link above from the UK.... the blog.com forces to blog.co.uk and just stutters in the address bar. tried linking from google, same thing happens.... even if I click on the story links within the blog.

tried this with numerous browsers and my ipad, same thing.

{scion hackers?}

anne
anne

Jonny Jacobsen makes me think of Clark Kent...love it!  Thanks to both Tony O and Jonny J for their reporting, it is important work .

DeckardCain
DeckardCain

John P., 

I have a request - we all appreciate the fact that you are an expert in the overly articulated world of financial services and your insight is worthy, but please take pity on those of us with limited schedules.  I truly want to read every word you write, but some of us have constraints on our time that prevent us from lapping up every word as you meant it to be read.  

Would you please, please try to perhaps be more concise in your comments?  I may be the only voice in this, but I am frequently having to choose between sleep and reading your replies.

okthxbai

Julie_Kanon
Julie_Kanon

To Scientology's/David Miscaviges dismay, which will also bring around either a change or the end to Scientology. The TRUTH is out there now. Scientology can no longer keep secret, all there criminal activities and constant harassment of critics. The have very effectively used our legal system to silence people. The have trampled over peoples constitutional rights to free speech and also the establishment clause[Preferential tax deductions not available to any other 'religion'] There deceptive use of there hundreds of front groups like, Narconon, Criminon, Applied Scholastics, Way to Happiness, ABLE, WISE, Citizens Commission on Human Rights(CCHR), etc. To lure people into Scientology under the guise of offering some help is an abomination.

MarkStark
MarkStark

Big news... Scientology Hamburg is celebrating CULTural diversity. Foreign currencies will be accepted as donations.

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

"I know the dark side of Scientology...I almost lost my friend when she became obsessed with it." Johnny, thank goodness your friend Hannah (not her real name) got out. Does she still follow scientology in the news or does she not give it a second thought?

Glad Tony steered me in your direction. Your site is a veritable cornucopia of scientology information. Thanks!

OTVIIIisGrrr8!
OTVIIIisGrrr8!

The code term "Infinite Complacency" describes an existence in which people are infinitely complacent because they are perpetually doped up on Psychiatry drugs. We in RTC know that Europe has already fallen to "Infinite Complacency" as its drug-addled citizens in debt-ridden nations collapse under the weight of their atheism and failed welfare state ideas. Even the birth rate in Europe has crashed due to the epidemic of Psych drugs that has made 99% of the population sterile.

We in RTC can only conclude that the anti-Scientology social engineering in Europe has led to these dire conditions. It is a proven fact that nations plunge into crisis when Scientology is rejected in favor of Psychiatry's brutal solutions. Even the CERN "particle collider" in Switzerland is nothing more than a diabolical Psych-Machine used to wirelessly give Europeans lobotomies and implants using a still secret Nazi electro-telepathic device.

We in RTC have unraveled this plot by the Psychiatry Illuminati that rules Europe. We will expose this plot in an upcoming edition of Freedom Magazine, the world's last bastion of true journalism on a planet spiraling out of control.

We in RTC fear that Europe will collapse and be taken over by Islamic fundamentalism because it has embraced Psychiatry and rejected Scientology. We in Scientology will leave the door slightly open should Europe come to its senses and enact laws that make Scientology the official religion of Europe. We are prepared to send in Tom Cruise as "Scientology Viceroy  Europe" when this happens -- and it must if Europe is to save itself from its ruin.

Jonny Jacobsen is part of the giant cosmic conspiracy against Scientology. That he is Tony Ortega's "pal" shows that all of the Psychiatric-Anarcho-Haters stick together in the colossal Fifth Invader plot to destroy Mankind's only hope of salvation. 

Unex Skcus
Unex Skcus

Mr Jacobsen, I'm positive that you have *many* more 'followers' of your blog than you think. It's just that not everyone registers, comments, or whatever. My compliments on your excellent coverage of the trials etc!

N. Graham
N. Graham

I think the idea of having the right wing get involved in the Jesus-bashing and forced abortions part of Scientology.  But I think an even better way would be to contact Nancy Grace, who devotes just about every one of her shows to child abuse.  She would be perfect to expose the Sea Org children and it would get a lot of play from major media.  Contact her at http://www.cnn.com/feedback/fo...

N. Graham
N. Graham

I think the idea of getting the right wing involved because of the forced abortions and Jesus-bashing is good.  But I think an even quicker way would be to sic Nancy Grace on them.  Seriously, I know she comes off as as more of a screaming banshee than anything, but if enough people wrote her about the Sea Org children and she featured it, it would really resonate with a lot more people.  She features mostly stories involving children, and if enough people wrote to her, I bet it would get some airplay and lead to more major media coverage.  I've written her and received a form e-mail in return, but if enough different people wrote her, I think it could happen.  You can contact her at  http://www.cnn.com/feedback/fo...Please send lots of e-mails!

Smalltowngirl580
Smalltowngirl580

I have to agree with what someone else said in comments, staying informed & informing others needs to be a top priority. I'll be honest, I live in a small town in SW Oklahoma. Six months ago I barely knew what Scientology was. I only knew it was a crazy "religion" that celebrities like Tom Cruise, John Travolta & Kirstie Alley were members. It was first brought to my attention when Narconon attempted to infiltrate the schools in Lawton, OK (30 miles West of where I live) & there was a news story on KSWO that reported that Narconon was backed by Scientology & due to the efforts of Anonymous, the events were cancelled.I became curious about Scientology & Narconon & began doing research online. I was shocked, horrified & disturbed by the things I found, on YouTube, WWP, & here. I just cannot believe these horrible things are going on & seemingly intelligent people buy into it, stand behind it & then turn a blind eye to the horrors of it!I am willing to do anything I can, to help inform others of the atrocities & abuses of this so-called "church" & of narconon, which is definitely a problem in my state.Thank you both for keeping me informed. I read your blog daily, as soon as I get the e-mail! I truly rely on the information that you provide your readers!

Too Much
Too Much

"The cascade of setbacks that Scientology has suffered Down Under can virtually all be traced back to the senator's speech."

Not true, the end of Scientology in Australia can be attributed more accurately to the ARSCC, then Anonymous. The Senator there was a late comer to the effort to dismantle the crime syndicate.

Smalltowngirl580
Smalltowngirl580

Thank you for this article Tony! I'm sure most of your readers, like myself, will flock to his website & give him a well deserved boost in readership!I'm always on the lookout for more sites like this & yours to keep me well informed of the current status of Scientology & its evils. I look forward to the new perspective from Europe!

California
California

I think a fraud case, prosecuted by the FBI, is the way to go. Public monies or private monies, if the amounts are large enough.

Heather Grace
Heather Grace

When Nick Xenophon was meeting with the leader of the opposition, Tony Abbott, about Scientology and wanted to be able to explain the French court decision, I turned to Jonny's blog as the best resource available.

I tip my hat to you, JJ.

skippress
skippress

"The key thing missing in the States is the political will: you need a politician like Australia's Senator Xenophon who has acted as a catalyst for change in his country."

Amen, mon frere.

N. Graham
N. Graham

Me too, joined Jonny's site.  Now I'll never get anything done.

Randy Hildebrand
Randy Hildebrand

I joined Jonny's site.  Very interesting to see that the $cn abuses are reported elsewhere.  I.e., Ortega is not just reporting his own biases.  I hope the coverage by the British papers does more to bring down this destructive cult.

Llama
Llama

Does Mr. Jacobsen have a Twitter account?  

Mat Pesch
Mat Pesch

Great article.  Very informative.

DodoTheLaser
DodoTheLaser

We need more Jonny Jacobsen's and Tony Ortega's, Joe Childs' & Tom Tobin's to clear this planet of BS.

Jefferson Hawkins
Jefferson Hawkins

Jonny was one of the first to take the allegations of violence and abuse seriously, when most other journalists were not willing to touch it with a ten foot pole. He helped to lay the groundwork which led to the major exposes of Scientology abuse. Over the years I have appreciated Jonny's keen intelligence and razor-sharp insight into all things Scientology.

Ben Harris
Ben Harris

scientology totally corrupt even dishonest when approached by wogs punch for the evyes

Markfisher57
Markfisher57

I had the great pleasure of meeting Jonny a few years ago in Paris while I was there on holiday.   We had a great lunch and I was amazed at how much he already understood about Scientology, its beliefs and its terminology which can be quite daunting for someone.  He obviously does a great job and I enjoy reading his writings and coverage about Scientology internationally.   Thanks for all that you do Jonny.

sharkattacksteve
sharkattacksteve

The most proven and effective way to destroy this Cult or any other is to turn it's name into mud thus denying it any new meat . Myself and a few dedicated others have been doing just this 24/7 on Chanology YouTube over the last 4 years. The big 5 anti-$ci videos have close to 20 million views and based on the comments the response to the brand " Scientology" is 99.9 % negative.

The only new recruits to $ci at this point are home grown thus turning Sci into the space age Amish and eventually down the road into the Shakers thus guaranteeing scientolgy will only be something you read about in the history books.

Now we can start working our way backwards. Hello LDS !

Jimmy Kowski
Jimmy Kowski

thanks.... it's really weird, never seen anything like it.... the site address stutters in the address bar .... the blue load bar moving back and forth.... can't access via google either on 3 different browsers

Llama
Llama

I would ask John to be as verbose as possible.  I think he is reversing my worrisome habit of scanning and skimming, rather than reading. 

John P.
John P.

No more 10,000 word diatribes, effective immediately.  Nothing over 8,500 words henceforth.  K? 

PS: has my writing of the last couple days given you a hint that I'm deep in the middle of a  book project and the Red Bull dosing regimen is working, perhaps a bit too well?  

:-)

(49 words)

Andrew Robertson
Andrew Robertson

 Polonius:

"My liege, and madam, to expostulate

What majesty should be, what duty is,

What day is day, night night, and time is time,

Were nothing but to waste night, day, and time;

Therefore, since brevity is the soul of wit,

And tediousness the limbs and outward flourishes,

I will be brief. Your noble son is mad. . . ."Hamlet Act 2, scene 2, 86–92

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

I think what's intriguing besides the abominations, is the betrayal. Why would anyone want to subject themselves to Knowledge Reports or constant surveillance? It's a religion of espionage and betrayal, who can they truly trust? It reminds me of living in Russia during the cold war.

anon anon song
anon anon song

Perhaps thee of the RTC could also write campfire/pyjama party stories. Plate-round eyes and hysterical pleas for mommy would make for great youtube.

(As is not my usual route, disclaimer of satire)

Jonny Jacobsen
Jonny Jacobsen

Register! Comment! Send flowers!Thank you Unex: I'm feeling the love here. :-)

Jonny Jacobsen
Jonny Jacobsen

No disrespect intended Too Much: perhaps it would be more accurate to say that his speech represented the tipping point.

I have nothing but respect for ARSCC and the ground-breaking work they did during the Internet wars of the 1990s. If there's not much about it at Infinite Complacency, it's only because it predates my blog. But give Senator Xenophon his due. He wasn't just a one-day wonder: he followed through.

Heather Grace
Heather Grace

I don't even know what the ARSCC is without turning to Google.

Paul Schofield
Paul Schofield

Mmmmmmmm - where are your dox?

Sen Xenophon got a ton of mainstream media and all of a sudden even shock-jocks wanted to talk $cientology - I know because they were asking me if I'd appear on the radio.

True, there was media before Nic delivered his speech to the Oz Senate, but his speech went viral internationally and was very widely reported in Oz, and so the floodgates opened and OSA (poor pets) haven't had much sleep here since. Boo hoo.

If you look at the coverage of cult stories before and after Nic's speech, I think you'll see what I'm saying. What Nic did was start an avalanche of bad PR for the cult that has buried it ever since. Anon have played a great part in this and did a lot of groundwork which meant Nic and others (like me) could act more credibly and safely against the cult but without Nic, Anon wouldn't have been able to bury the cult by itself like "we" now have.

Nic's speech was imo a watershed moment and an international milestone in the fight against this toxic cult.

Unex Skcus
Unex Skcus

And don't forget to add yourself to the mailing list!  :)

Unex Skcus
Unex Skcus

"Ortega is not just reporting his own biases"

Don't think I'd express it as 'bias', as TO is just reporting issues brought up by others. And being the journo he is, TO would leap at the chance to get first-hand feedback from the Co$... but they ain't talking!

candace6
candace6

I think even Val may be close to blowing:)

OTVIIIisGrrr8!
OTVIIIisGrrr8!

 We in RTC are not joking.

COB RTC David Miscavige was correct when he said that Anonymous was actually part of the Marcab landing.

We know that the Fifth Invader Force has been landing in waves since Psych Master Matt Lauer issued coded instructions during his "ambush interview" of Tom Cruise.

Tony Ortega's blog is yet another part of the Marcab landing that is happening online. That is why were are here fighting to expose the lies and reveal the TRUTH.

Anon!
Anon!

 Perhaps you are on Facebook?

Llama
Llama

It's an easy way to grow your followers quickly.  You can link your blog page to your Twitter account, so each time you make a blog post, it's "Tweeted" automatically to your twitter account.  And you would have a link to your blog on your Twitter account. 

I'm guessing you would have thousands of follower quickly.  

sharkattacksteve
sharkattacksteve

That would be fantastic cause I actually like vaL in spite of hirself but vaL has stated s/he would die before s/he abandoned Sci.

I told hir s/he should come over here but s/he said the audience wasn't big enough for hir to bother to "crush" anyone. Too bad, s/he's a much better adversary than marco or louanne .  : )

Jonny Jacobsen
Jonny Jacobsen

Facebook? Yes, I am: I'm the one hiding behind a copy of Harry Potter.Will get cracking on Twitter as soon as I can get my act together.

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