Media Release: Scientology critics work around the clock for 12 day documentary tour
August 4, 2013: Canada Wire Service
Colin Henderson, Daniel Hite, and crew, have been working around the clock in Oklahoma to prepare the “Scientology Cult of Confusion” tour vehicle. Creative images arrived in Canada a few minutes ago exhibiting their entheta artwork.
Leahy’s documentary film is directed at exposing Scientology’s front groups, Narconon, Citizens Commission on Human Rights, Association for Better Living and Education, and several more.
The documentary website, “Suppressa Palooza” website is now live and will be used daily for posting updates of each day’s events, including ‘teaser’ video clips.
Tomorrow afternoon, David Love from Canada, will meet up with Colin Henderson and Bert Leahy in Oklahoma to begin the 3,800 mile journey. Leahy intends to film and document personal experiences of ex-Scientology members, ex-Narconon drug rehab victims, and any other people who have comments.
The logistics planning by Colin Henderson is complete and the tour vehicle’s GPS is programmed for destinations and arrival times at each city.
Halfway through the tour, the documentary trio will stop for a two day ‘SP’ party with dozens of other Scientology critics from around the globe. ‘SP’ is a term coined by Scientology founder, L. Ron Hubbard, as ‘Suppressive Person’.
Suppressive Person, often abbreviated SP, is a term used in Scientology to describe the “antisocial personalities” who, according to Scientology’s founder L. Ron Hubbard, make up about 2.5% of the population. A statement on a Church of Scientology website describes this group as including notorious historic figures such as Adolf Hitler.
Hubbard considered reporters and government agents to be members of suppressive groups: “There are no good reporters. There are no good government or SP group agents. The longer you try to be nice, the worse off you will be. And the sooner one learns this, the happier he will be.”
David Edgar Love