Tom Cruise Madness: The Tom Cruise Scientology Indoctrination Video

The Tom Cruise Scientology Indoctrination Video

Many people didn’t get a chance to watch the terrifyingly creepy Tom Cruise video yesterday before the Scientologists yanked it off of YouTube. Cruise has never had a pulpit quite like this one, a video that was apparently meant only for Scientologists. Cruise peppers his speech with Scientology terms such as “SP” (a suppressive person), “PTSPs” (a potential trouble source, influenced by SPs) and “KSW” [Keep Scientology Working] when delivering his message. Well, now The Tom Cruise Scientology Indoctrination Video that the Scientologists don’t want you to see is back! Now you’re invited to watch it in all its technicolor glory. This is a truly bizarre must-see. Do not pass go without watching this video!

The Tom Cruise Scientology Indoctrination Video

And Now, The Tom Cruise Scientology Video: The Remix:

Tom Cruise Video Remix: Funnier Than the Real Thing!!

And from an article by Neely Tucker in Friday’s Washington Post:

“Mom!  Tom Cruise is scaring people again!

It’s on the Internet, this promotional video he did for the Church of Scientology.  I guess it’s out there because of this new book by Andrew Morton, Tom Cruise: An Unauthorized Biography.  It was on several sites, but then disappeared on some and reappeared on others. posted a cease-and-desist letter it said was sent by attorneys representing the church.  The letter, according to the site, says the “copyrighted” video was stolen from the church, and demands that it be taken down.

In the video, still posted yesterday on Gawker, The Tom is wearing a black turtleneck and talking to an interviewer just off camera–for nine minutes!–about how he wants to help and how he’s met with “leaders” all over the world and how they want his help, and how Scientology is “wild and woolly” and how he doesn’t like people sitting on the sidelines of life, and how he’s “canceled that in my area.”  And he keeps laughing really LOUD and it really doesn’t make any sense and he keeps showing all his teeth and barely blinking and I got really scared but I watched the whole thing even if I didn’t want to, and now I can’t sleep without the light on.”  Interested readers can read the rest of Neely Tucker’s article here.

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The Place of Agency and Norms in Psychoanalysis

The Place of Agency and Norms in Psychoanalysis

The Place of Agency and Norms in Psychoanalysis

The present role of agency and norms in the field of psychoanalysis is the topic of this Philoctetes Center Roundtable Discussion, with Jorge L. Ahumada, Akeel Bilgrami, Arnold M. Cooper, Garrett Deckel, Peter D. Kramer, and Bernard Reginster.

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