Family is forever. So snitching on your sister about her psychotic Scientology beliefs should be expected. Blood in blood out. Leah Remini is telling on everyone in her expose all Scientology secrets series on A&E. Scientology was clearly the tax-free answer to the Illuminati. You can’t have one secret society recruiting everyone. A capitalistic country won’t support that monopoly. So they’ve managed to create a Nike/Adidas situation to lure in the other half of the somewhat talented that would sell their soul for the fortune. The only kickback is no one wants to be caught with a members only jacket on. But if Jada Pinkett Smith can dodge swinger lifestyle accusations, she can defend her stance on Scientology. Don’t let Xenu down Jada.
One of the more eyebrow-raising passages in Troublemaker, Leah Remini’s tell-all memoir about her escape from the clutches of Scientology, involves a trio of A-listers: Tom Cruise, Will Smith, and Jada Pinkett Smith. Remini recalls a strange night at Cruise’s lavish estate where she (then a Scientologist), along with the Smiths, were asked by Cruise to participate in a game of hide-and-seek. “At first I thought he was joking,” she wrote. “But, no, he literally wanted to play hide-and-seek with a bunch of grown-ups in what was probably close to a 7,000-square-foot house on almost three full acres of secluded land.” After realizing she was in Jimmy Choo heels, Remini wrote that she declined the offer—which is apparently rare when dealing with a high-ranking Scientologist like Cruise—only to have Cruise approach her, quip, “Well, good. So you’re ‘It,’ then,” and tag her before bolting.
I’m interested in becoming a Scientologist. Not because I believe God is an alien but because Leah says adults with millions of dollars in their bank accounts play children’s games like hide-and-seek. It’s nice to visit childhood memories every now and then as an adult. Although the last time I tried to play that with a priest at church as a boy it didn’t go too well. I’ll leave that memory hiding.
Jada soon hit back with this gem:
I have studied Dianetics, and appreciate the merits of Study Tech… but I am not a Scientologist.
— Jada Pinkett Smith (@jadapsmith) September 19, 2017
We live in America. There’s no reason to be ashamed of your crazy religion, imaginary sky dwelling deities, or stories someone else told you that you can’t prove firsthand if they’re true. It’s not like they’re singling Scientologist out for random bag checks at the airport like that other religion. Be proud of your privilege.
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