Scientology is ginning up its recruitment efforts within New Zealand as a direct result of Tom Cruise filming a movie in that country, reports the New Zealand Herald.

“There has been a lot of interest in Taranaki about the church since Tom Cruise has been down there,” said a Scientology spokesperson.

The controversial organization subsequently launched a two-day exhibition.

Scientology has always used its celebrities as poster boys and girls to bait recruitment efforts.

But hopefully, New Zealanders will look beyond the hype and recognize that Scientology cannot be fairly judged by its Hollywood stars.

What you see is not always what you get.

Very few Scientologists enjoy the elite treatment Cruise receives.

After all, why does the organization have special “Celebrity Centers” in the first place?

Scientology treats its cash cows and celebrities much like Las Vegas does “high rollers,” or what they call “whales.”

In Vegas high rollers receive special treatment, which often includes luxury suites, limo service and assigned staff catering to their every whim.

Cruise is a “whale” within Scientology. And whatever he says about his religious experience should be judged accordingly.

Most Scientologists can be seen as just fish. Hopefully, not many New Zealanders will get hooked.


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