Crazy superstition(Scam) in Indonesia
People found to be practising black magic in Indonesia find themselves behind jail bars.
That is if a revised criminal code is accepted by parliament.
However, there is a lot of resistance to the proposed new law.
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Posted by doctore0 on May 18, 2013
Crazy superstition(Scam) in Indonesia
Posted by doctore0 on May 9, 2013
Sadly people will still continue to believe in psychic’s .. and their crap
Sylvia Browne: fans lash out at ‘psychic’ over false Ohio abduction prediction
‘Psychic’ incorrectly predicted the death of Amanda Berry in 2004 – not the first time she’s been wrong about a missing person
One of the world’s most recognizable self-proclaimed psychics was wrong yet again about the fate of a missing child, and her followers on social media are taking her to task.
Browne’s prediction about the fate of Amanda Berry was not her first attempt to explain the fate of a child, but her fans on social media demanded acknowledgment from the self-proclaimed spiritual leader.
On Wednesday, Browne released the following through her Facebook page:
Posted by doctore0 on April 18, 2013
In the first installment of “The Honest Liar”, Jamy Ian Swiss punctures the pretense of homeopathy. How much is too much to pay for a remedy with nothing in it?
Posted by doctore0 on March 14, 2013
Posted by doctore0 on February 21, 2013
Religion = Legal scam
TV shows made in London that encourage viewers to believe they are cured of life-threatening illnesses by prayer have been condemned by charities.
Charities criticised an episode of the Miracle Hour show, on Faith World TV, during which a diabetic caller was told he was “set free” from the disease.
“It is particularly dangerous and puts his life at risk,” said African Health Policy Network head Francis Kaikumba.
Posted by doctore0 on January 22, 2013
Few passing London tourists would ever guess that the premises of Bulgari, the upmarket jewellers in New Bond Street, had anything to do with the pope. Nor indeed the nearby headquarters of the wealthy investment bank Altium Capital, on the corner of St James’s Square and Pall Mall.
But these office blocks in one of London’s most expensive districts are part of a surprising secret commercial property empire owned by the Vatican.
Behind a disguised offshore company structure, the church’s international portfolio has been built up over the years, using cash originally handed over by Mussolini in return for papal recognition of the Italian fascist regime in 1929.
Since then the international value of Mussolini’s nest-egg has mounted until it now exceeds £500m. In 2006, at the height of the recent property bubble, the Vatican spent £15m of those funds to buy 30 St James’s Square. Other UK properties are at 168 New Bond Street and in the city of Coventry. It also owns blocks of flats in Paris and Switzerland.
The surprising aspect for some will be the lengths to which the Vatican has gone to preserve secrecy about the Mussolini millions. The St James’s Square office block was bought by a company called British Grolux Investments Ltd, which also holds the other UK properties. Published registers at Companies House do not disclose the company’s true ownership, nor make any mention of the Vatican.
Instead, they list two nominee shareholders, both prominent Catholic bankers: John Varley, recently chief executive of Barclays Bank, and Robin Herbert, formerly of the Leopold Joseph merchant bank. Letters were sent from the Guardian to each of them asking whom they act for. They went unanswered. British company law allows the true beneficial ownership of companies to be concealed behind nominees in this way
Posted by doctore0 on January 8, 2013
$$$ ..Praise the Lard..
Posted by doctore0 on January 7, 2013
Religion, the legal scam
But when it came to his own cancer and pneumonia, Ariel Ben Sherman was treated in a hospital in South Carolina, records show.
“It’s sad and ironic,” Loudon County Deputy District Attorney General Frank Harvey said.
Harvey said Sherman and Jacqueline Crank, the mother of Jessica Crank, rejected medical treatment for the girl’s rare cancer and turned to prayer instead. Jessica died in September 2002.
Sherman’s death certificate showed he died at age 78 on Nov. 28 in a South Carolina hospital of respiratory arrest while being treated for small-cell cancer.
“He (Sherman) lived by a different standard,” Harvey said.
Sherman’s death ends one part of a convoluted legal case that has wound its way through the judicial system.
Posted by doctore0 on December 29, 2012
After several years of investigation, the Belgian Federal Prosecutor’s Office has decided to launch court proceedings against the Church of Scientology of Belgium as a “criminal organization.”
P.S. All religions are scams!!!
Posted by doctore0 on December 23, 2012
Insane criminals.. obviously.
Ohh.. Thousands of children starved to death whilst the “angel” was helping her with the phone