Tom Cruise: Wants Scientology Global Domination; New Church Studios For Brainwashing And Recruitment?
Tom Cruise is not leaving Scientology for his daughter Suri. In fact, news headlines suggest he is spearheading the creation of the church's TV news network, "Scientology's CNN," a way for the Church's eventual global domination.
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Scientology Media Productions, or more commonly known as "Scientology's CNN," is a $50 million Hollywood studio to be used for the creation of recruitment videos and other pro-Scientology propaganda, according to The Inquisitr.
In addition, Tom Cruise is planning to make use of the new studio's state-of-the-art facilities, allegedly competing with Paramount and Universal combined, to film some of his own films, according to Redbook.
According to the Scientology website, the Church's goal is to reach "virtually every person on Earth," which they could easily accomplish through the new media center, which they bought from a 1970s LA public TV called KCET.
Scientology's Facebook page described their new media center as below:
"The global media center that will revolutionize the Church's communications footprint throughout the print, broadcast, and internet media worlds as a state-of-the-art hub helping beam Scientology's message all over the globe."
According to Tony Ortega, head of the anti-church website "Underground Bunker," said "Scientology's CNN" will provide Tom Cruise, who is worth $450 million, and Scientology, which has $8 billion in reserves, the opportunity to heavily influence the movie world again, which they were doing back in the day when they pressured top Hollywood execs to get what they wanted on films such as "War of the Worlds," "Days of Thunder," and "Battlefield Earth."
Ortega added that the new studio has actually more to do about Scientology's image
"They don't need this new base," said Ortega. "It's just a fundraising ploy, to buy real estate, to persuade people to give them money, and if they can come up with the concoction that this is the next great thing to tell the world about Scientology, then all the better."
Based on the reports, it appears Tom Cruise is now more than just Scientology's poster boy or guinea pig but is now more of their dragon head.
Meanwhile, Showbiz 411 suggests that the news that spread recently about Tom Cruise leaving Scientology for his 9-year-old daughter Suri is simply a media campaign to get people to like him again following the HBO documentary "Going Clear," which portrayed him as a robot of the Church. The rumors have allegedly also served as a way for the public to see Tom Cruise distanced from the "cult of Scientology" before his $200 million "Mission Impossible 5: Rogue Nation" hits theaters July 31.
According to Showbiz 411, "Going Clear" had been extremely successful at portraying Scientology as "crazy and creepy" and making Tom Cruise appear to have had alienated ex-wife Nicole Kidman from their former kids that perhaps Tom Cruise himself, or his reps, decided to spread rumors he was leaving Scientology.
Over the years, Tom Cruise had been successful in involving his entire family, which include his sisters, mother, adopted children, nieces, among others, in the Church.
Tom Cruise leaving Scientology is now becoming clear as impossible since Suri and mother Katie Holmes have actually been "disconnected" from Tom Cruise because of Scientology, meaning his daughter and ex-wife are considered enemies of the Church. In fact, the Web site adds that Tom Cruise have cut Kidman off from their adopted kids in the same way.
Last year, Holmes reportedly moved from New York to Los Angeles get closer to Suri's father for her daughter's sake, but it did not pull through. Holmes is currently living again in New York with Suri as she preps for the directorial debut for Tribeca Productions.