Disturbing Religious Worship:

302. (a) Every person who intentionally disturbs or disquiets any
assemblage of people met for religious worship at a tax-exempt place of worship, by profane discourse, rude or indecent behavior, or by any unnecessary noise, either within the place where the meeting is held, or so near it as to disturb the order and solemnity of the meeting, is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000), or by imprisonment in a county jail for a period not exceeding one year, or by both that fine and imprisonment.


Once again, the cyber-bully network known as “Anonymous” has garnered negative attention from law enforcement with their Anti-Religion hate demonstrations. This time, it was the signs encouraging drivers to honk their horns that was the problem.

Picket signs such as “HONK IF YOU HATE SCIENTOLOGISTS” are used interrupt religious services, and communicate to Scientology parishioners that they are hated:

One Anonymous member known as “Zulas” or “HyperAnon” expressed concern about her loss of anonymity:

“Originally Posted by Zulas View Post
Ok, sorry guys I was gone for a minute. I saw the cars pull up everywhere and they said that we were doing something wrong and the scilons had three videos to prove it(probably Allender’s) and took out me, Pacman, and OG away from the group and told us we were “disturbing church services” by “encouraging people to honk their horns” because we had “Honk if ”something something” Scientology” signs. So we gave them our information, the scilons now know our faces, and will soon be able to access the info we gave the police. Pretty much sucks :\” — Source :

(“Zulas” or “HyperAnon”: Anti-Scientology Activist/ Cyber-Bully)

I don’t understand what the big deal is. “Fair Game” has already been debunked as a lie which Anti-Scientologists use to demonize “Scilons” (Scientologists). Their paranoia is simply not justified:

Another thing which I find disturbing: despite Anonymous’ endorsement of Pedo-Cultural Icon “Pedo-Bear,” Anonymous members still see nothing wrong with bringing their children to the protests:

According to their own paranoid beliefs, Anonymous members must remain masked to protect themselves against harassment. Does this mean that these “parents” are willingly placing their children in what they truly believe is a dangerous situation?

Yes, it does. And for some reason, I don’t find this one bit surprising…

Tom Newton


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