Tom Cruise saved New York after 9/11

January 17th, 2008 // 173 Comments

These Scientology videos of Tom Cruise have been popping up left and right the past few days, but then disappear just as quickly. The church’s lawyers are working overtime to get them off YouTube. This latest one is Tom Cruise claiming he saved New York City firefighters after 9/11. The narration is ass horrible and Tom Cruise is creepy as hell in full Scientology mode. I’m kind of afraid he’s going to kick in my shins (anything above my knees is safe) and crawl into my body in a crazed hunt for toxins.

NOTE: If this video no longer works right after I post this, sorry!

EDIT: Lord Xenu strikes again. It’s down.


  1. Puritan Assmilk

    TCLTC (and Xenu)

  2. I just feel a little strange that someone is keeping on saying Tom joined a bbw and plus sized singles dating club Did you notice that? absolutely funny!

  3. makemepuke

    I think Tom is attempting to using hypnotic techniques in his Scientology promo videos, these are the calling cards of cults that attmept to control the minds of weak suggestible followers. This includes verbal techniques such as slowing and accelerating the speed of one’s speech, saying non-sensical things, repeating certain phrases over and over…these are just a few techniques that cult leaders attempt to use to induce people into a mild hypnotic state during whch some people become very pliable. I’ve seen TV Evangelists using the same shit. Professional hypnotists and hypnotherapists are trained in these methods. IMO Tom Cruise is a very devious sick individual, the only saving grace is he is also fairly stupid and and unable to cloak his own phoniness.

  4. Ethan


    One: Having the correct technology.
    >> Sounds like bullshit

    Two: Knowing the technology.
    >> Sounds like bullshit

    Three: Knowing it is correct.
    >> Sounds like bullshit

    Four: Teaching correctly the correct technology.
    >> Sounds like bullshit on top of bullshit

    Five: Applying the technology.
    >> Just a little dab will do ya

    Six: Seeing that the technology is correctly applied.
    >> Don’t you mean “Seeing that the correct technology is correctly applied by correctly correcting correct teachers of the correct technology?”

    Seven: Hammering out of existence incorrect technology.
    >> Do you hammer in the morning? Or in the evening?

    Eight: Knocking out incorrect applications.
    >> Mama said

    Nine: Closing the door on any possibility of incorrect technology.
    >> Sounds like bullshit

    Ten: Closing the door on incorrect application.
    >> Sounds like bullshit

  5. makemepuke

    For some interesting reading on the behind the scenes evil shit that Scientology does and plans to do, check out the Operation Clambake site at:

    Thankfully sites like Gawker and Clambake have the courage to tell the world what mainstream media won’t. If even half of what’s on Clambake is true then the fuckin Al-Qaida terrorists are the least of our worries as freedom loving people.

  6. FRT

    Teachings of the “Cruise Cult”…Man, L. Ron must have had some REAL FUCKING good LSD back in his day….

    “Among these advanced teachings, one episode revealed to those who reach OT level III is the story of Xenu (sometimes Xemu), introduced as an alien ruler of the “Galactic Confederacy.” According to this story, 75 million years ago Xenu brought billions of people to Earth in spacecraft resembling Douglas DC-8 airliners, stacked them around volcanoes and blew them up with hydrogen bombs. Their souls then clustered together, stuck to the bodies of the living and continue to do this today. Hubbard called these clustered spirits “Body Thetans,” and advanced-level Scientologists place considerable emphasis on isolating these alien souls and neutralizing their ill effects.”

  7. LadyJade

    To No. 22. The scarey things is, I think TC believes he IS god…in some shape or form……..a little itty bitty one…

    Jason however IS a GOD!

  8. Scott

    Yeah i lost my youtube account for posting multiple scientology videos. Damn should have known better than to mess with a wealthy CULT. They should lose their tax free status.

  9. Xenu

    Hey Johann…

    One: you’re in a cult.

    Two: we all know you’re in a cult.

    Three: you need to know that you’re in a cult.

    Four: let other people teach you about your cult.

    Five: Apply those teachings to escape the cult.

    Six: See that other people learn about the cult so they can be free as well.

    Seven: research the truth so that you can hammer the cult out of your life.

    Eight: knock out anyone who tries to pull you back into the cult.

    Nine: slam the door on anyone who comes to your house from the cult.

    Ten: weep over all the money you spent on a fucking cult.

  10. djcorbijn

    It is crap that this video was removed. What ever happened to freedom of the press? This is censorship. Isn’t this website basically a news website? They should be allowed to post whatever they feel is newsworthy.
    I guess Scientology is a religion. A cult is just a religion without powers to tell others what to do. I met Tom Cruise twice when I was a kid and worked in a movie theater. He was an arrogant ass then and he still is. I hope he reads this.

  11. Mmmm, Tom Cruise is a playboy. Just saw his profile on millionaire dating site last week. I am wondering what kind of relationship he is looking for on that site. He has ever said he loves Katies forever.

  12. Swede

    The video still is on And also as a torrent on piratebay.

  13. Josh

    #161 works…for now. That whole line of “We don’t need permission…we are the authorities!” really creeped me out. They said it twice in a 1:36 video. That’s probably what Charles Manson was thinking at Sharon Tate’s house. That’s probably what Jeff Dahlmer thought as he fried up some young men parts. That’s probably what Adolf Hitler thought as he herded people into concentration camps. It’s just really, really creepy.

  14. The Gawker (sorry Superficial) has not backed down to threats. You can find numerous scientology promotional videos where Tom shows the world he is puppet speaking Scientology ‘gobbedly goop control freaks f**d with my mind speak’.

  15. Ellie

    If Tom’s such a freakin’ superhero, why didn’t he save the 3000 people who died that day?! Oh, that’s right, because he doesn’t HAVE any superpowers, and he’s just a master of spin interviews. “well, you see…I am….well….you know….the aliens….LRon…blah, blah, I am, we are….Suri…..blah, blah, blah….(jumps on couch), yeeehaaaaawww!”

    I think Tom and Britney should shack up….in the nut house that is! Now HAT would make for a top notch reality show! :o)

  16. Anonymous

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  17. I am drunk

    I have to say, after drinking a lethal dose of alcohol, that tom is aboslutely right. he is the authority of the mind, because he believes it is so. Oh how an imaginary world makes unreal things that require no effort or skill become seeminly tangible… just spen $1mil more US $$ to the church of whatever that scienfiction writer called it… I wonder, is his estate still receiving a tax deduction because it was sucessfully bough ^H^H^H^H^H^Hprovem that a religion based 120% on fiction is a valid religion…

    Is billg or enron listening here? They can avoid tax by doing the same things!

  18. toolboy

    – Sam Merwin, then the editor of the Thrilling SF magazines: quoted in Bare Faced Messiah p.133 from 1986 interview. Winter of 1946/47.
    “Around this time he was invited to address a science fiction group in Newark hosted by the writer, Sam Moskowitz. `Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous,’ he told the meeting. `If a man really wanted to make a million dollars, the best way to do it would be start his own religion.’

    Google a few of your own L.Ron Hubbard quotes…

  19. mkell

    What kills me is not that the tenets of Scientology read like science fiction, but that they read like incredibly BAD science fiction.

  20. djcorbijn

    Totally agree with 170. To “anonymous” 167. I am married, have a degree from college, get paid $3.50 x 6, went after a degree in journalism prior to switching to anthropology, I work with foster kids, used to be a professional DJ (worked in clubs making loads of money, even played at the 2002 Winter Olympics), etc. Because I went after a journalism degree I like news. News is more accurate here than CNN. I just think it’s unfair that the video was removed. Especially with all the other stuff that you can see on YouTube.
    Read your post. Know what a double-negative is? Besides, post your identity, do you have something to hide?

  21. Red Cross worker

    I was at Ground Zero and this jerk had nothing to do with helping anybody.

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