Church of Scientology spokesman Ken Delusion today categorically denied the recent series of wild-eyed allegations that the Church of Scientology practices Disconnection.
“The Church’s categorical denial of Disconnection is particularly true of that horrible story in the wog gossip rag that calls itself The Hollywood Reporter. Without commenting about Ms. Remini, the Church wishes to make it clear that we allow our members to make an intense personal choice to no longer talk to former Church members who are antagonistic to the Church. This nonsense that we force our members to do anything, well…”
“This isn’t true,” Delusion insisted.
“The so-called policy of ‘Disconnection’ as portrayed by SP’s, Psychs and apostates is just more Scientology-hating nonsense coming from the grassy knoll of the Internet,” Delusion assured the weak-minded wog reporters gathered at Scientology’s Celebrity Centre in Hollywood.
“What we’re dealing with here is the fact that sometimes the Psychs ‘get to’ a Scientology parishioner and drive them into a frenzy of hatred against the Church. Or worse, a Scientology parishioner makes the very bad decision to read entheta on the internet and they’re suddenly blathering on about ‘Paulette Cooper‘ this or ‘Operation Snow White’ that.”
“Frankly, that’s old news,” Delusion stated. “Everyone knows that we in the Church of Scientology have been the most ethical group on the planet ever since COB got rid of those old GO crims.”
“Factually,” Delusion emphasized, “we in the Church of Scientology are sick and tired of rehashing this same old disgusting internet rumor over and over again. So rather than wasting any more of my time on this, you can just look at this old video of my predecessor Tommy Davis denying that Disconnection exists. This is all you yapping idiots in the wog media are getting from the Church on this subject. However, you may ask me any questions about the Ideal Orgs.”