About Anette Iren Johansen

Norwegian, Musician, Chemist, Geek

I’m happy Scientology bitch slapped me that hard I woke up and left


Overcoming FEAR by start looking. The Church of Scientology is hiding a vital policy letter from you. See video below. The reason some people haven’t left the church is because they haven’t been bitch slapped hard enough – yet! Scientology’s mind-control mechanism: Every bad thing that happens to you is your fault – “you pulled it in”. Every good thing that happends to you is credited the church. Every bad thing that happens to the … Continue reading

Celebrating 365 days of fresh air

Anette Iren Johansen

I had been smoking on and off for some 20 years when I last year decided to inhale fresh air instead. I was fed up with the ugly smell – and the lack of control. Today: No cigarettes or nicotine for 365 days. I quitted cold turkey. There have been some temptations along the way but I survived. I am very proud of myself. Hurrah! Every day without cigarettes is a fresher day. Deep fresh … Continue reading

Når en mor avskriver sitt barn


Forestill deg at den som hjalp deg å ta dine første skritt, fulgte deg til din første skoledag, bredde den varme dynen over deg om kvelden, og ga deg en godnatt-klem, var ferdig med deg. Fordi du har skiftet mening! Fordi du ikke lenger finner deg i å bli trakassert og få ditt liv ødelagt av en manipulerende sekt. Dette er dessverre skjebnen til mange religiøse avhoppere. Skifter man mening og melder seg ut har det … Continue reading

Debbie Cook was tortured by David Miscavige’s minions


Ever wondered why Debbie Cook, our beloved Captain of Flag, left the Church of Scientology after 29 years? Dear Scientologist … Did you know that David Miscavige, the leader of Scientology, ordered his minions to torture Debbie Cook while she was kidnapped and held against her will at The Hole, one of the Scientology prison camps in Hemet just outside Los Angeles? The Hole is a prison on the compound of the International headquarters of Scientology. Se … Continue reading

Change of viewpoint? Feel free


It is valuable to see and understand another’s viewpoint. You don’t have to agree with that viewpoint. And you are not wrong when you change your own viewpoint. We grow, learn, experience and evolve. It’s okay to change your mind too! Great isn’t it?