Tom Cruise isn’t real clear on the facts

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From IMDB: “Tom Crusies beliefs in Scientology are based on misinformation, according to Entertainment Weekly – after editors checked facts from a recent interview … Just weeks after accusing Brooke Shields of being ‘misinformed’ after she championed anti-depressants for helping her deal with post-partum depression, Cruise made a couple of sweeping statements to Entertainment Weekly (who checked) Cruise’s comments and found out he wasn’t accurate. Supporting Scientology claims that psychiatry is ‘a Nazi science’, Cruise stated, ‘Carl Jung … was an editor for the Nazi papers during World War Two,’ … (EW) researchers discovered this is untrue … The movie star continued, ‘Look at the experimentation the Nazis did with electric shock and drugging. Look at the drug methadone. That was originally called Adolophine. It was named after Adolph Hitler.’ The magazine also questions Cruise on this point, explaining, ‘According to the Dictionary Of Drugs And Medications, this is an urban legend.'”

This sure does feel like another witch hunt from the liberal media, cause if they have some proof that this religion – founded by a science fiction writer and based on million year old aliens trapped in volcano prisons – is some sort of sham, well, I would like to see that, sir. I would like to see your “proof” very much.