Scientology exposé

The number of insiders speaking out against Scientology is increasing over the last few years. In this interview, Hy Levy discusses life as a high-pressure, hard sell salesman for the 20 years he sold church services:

Levy's weekly quota, set by the church, started at $200,000 but fluctuated through the years, reaching $350,000.



The problem with selective enforcement

In a world where everybody speeds and nobody gets ticketed for minor infractions of the limit, the police have a unique power: they can choose who to pull over by any criteria they want (including biases such as racism) under the guise of enforcing the speed limit. This results in our effective laws (those that are enforced, rather than those on the books) being defined by the police themselves:



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