Church of Scientology ecclesiastical leader David Miscavige and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un today issued a joint global Christmas statement calling for a greater acceptance and tolerance of totalitarian regimes.
“The only reason totalitarian regimes have a bad reputation,” said Mr. Miscavige, “is because the evil Psychiatric interests who own and control the media are out to get us.”
Leader Kim Jong Un nodded in agreement.
“And so in 2015, we in the Church of Scientology and our dear friends in North Korea demand to be treated with respect.”
“We demand an end to the endless jokes, japes, investigations, exposes, and especially the constant sniggering,” said Miscavige. “Sure, I may be a demented Cult leader clawing to hang onto power, but the Church of Scientology is my business and people should stay the hell out of my business! Sometimes I just want to punch SP’s senseless and then smash them to pulp…”
As Mr. Miscavige was quickly led offstage by his North Korean hosts, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un echoed Mr. Miscavige’s call for a greater acceptance and tolerance of totalitarian regimes.
Mr. Kim Jong Un concluded by warning that if anyone in the world dared to watch The Interview over the holiday season there would be a gangster response from North Korea that would make the Church of Scientology’s antics look puny, idiotic, and and insignificant by comparison