Sunday, March 06, 2011

Clearing Photos 13

You'll get no argument from me. Oddly, it has a religious tax free status. How does that work then? But then I am not sure why any religious institutions have tax free status. Surely by now they should be classified as cult.

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  1. Am I the only one here who sees the humour of this sign being put up at a fuel station?

    Because the cult of 'oil' isn't a murderous money hungry cult at all.

    Nu uh.

    Only Scientology is. Bad scientologists. Bad!

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  2. Jeepers! that fuel is 149 per litre.

    all the 'religions' are cults.
    Tax free status is given to ALL organisations which 'benefit the community', and that includes the japanese company that owns the roads you pay tolls on. they are exempt from land tax.
    Pay attention voters.

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  3. Anarchy makes good government....

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  4. And ... there's no connection between politics and religion, is there?!?!?!

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  5. Gutless pollies are SO fearful of religions, even though many of them are confected for tax purposes.

    I'd rejig that sign to read "SCIENTOLOGY IS A MURDEROUS MONEY HUNGRY CULT, PERPETRATED BY RICH CU*TLES LIKE TOM CRUISE, JOHN TRAVOLTA, JAMIE PACKER, ETC."

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  6. Yes Msilsby, oil has done far worse to the world, but to rant about that on a personal level is futile.

    Ann, I believe you get served petrol there and the extras that go with it. It is time that religious orgs were treated for what they are, an anachronism.

    Jayne, communism and dictatorship don't seem to work too well. Democracy is a bit dicky. Perhaps we should try anarchy.

    Course not Red. They only read out Lord's Prayer for entertainment.

    LS, I would not mind seeing that sign at all.

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  7. Spot on there! People who are so sure they are right about life the universe and everything scare the bejesus out of me and scientologists are good at that

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  8. All religions scare me MC, but scientology is pretty high on the list.

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