Church of Scientology San Francisco Bidnessman Can’t Even Leave His Building Without Running Into Anonymous

Well, here it is a pithy two-minute video showing area Church of Scientology President Jeff Quiros leaving his historic building at the foot of Columbus.

(The reference to “SF Weekly” has to do with Lauren Smiley’s recent five-part “Scientology Apostate” series.)

I didn’t realize that Anonymous was still on the case like this.

Here’s what it looked like back in aught-eight when Church leaders walked over to the Chinatown Hilton to celebrate L. Ron Hubbard’s birth anniversary: 

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But it’s not too late to get in on the fun – if you want to try to make money from religion, why don’t you apply?

On It Goes…

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One Response to “Church of Scientology San Francisco Bidnessman Can’t Even Leave His Building Without Running Into Anonymous”

  1. xenubarb says:

    Yanno, Jeff, if you ran an honest business, you wouldn’t HAVE people in GF masks protesting outside.

    I mean, you covered up the rape of Tommy Gorman’s wife, you facilitate criminals when they belong to your “church.”

    Apparently the world outside of Scientology’s insular alternate universe (in which they are vital and beloved of society, and Hubbard ios a genius)
    doesn’t much care for your racket.

    Since everything we protest is perpetrated by your cult, I guess you could say you “pulled us in.”

    And we won’t pull out until we’re done!

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