Just another reminder that the Clintons should never be trusted.
Travolta told writer Josh Young that just before “Primary Colors” went
before the cameras last April, the actor was in Washington to promote
Scientology – a controversial belief Travolta and scores of other
Hollywood types embrace.
“The next day, I met with Clinton,” Travolta told George.
“He told me: “Your program sounds great. More than that, I’d really love
to help you with your issue over in Germany with Scientology.'”
Clinton was referring to Germany’s refusal to register Scientology as a
religion because the government considers it a radical cult that cheats
members out of their life savings – an allegation that Scientologists
“I was waiting for the seduction that I had heard so much about. I
thought, “Well, how could he ever seduce me?'” Travolta recalled.
“And after we talked, I thought, “Bingo!’ He did it. ^Scientology_ is
the one issue that really matters to me.”
For Travolta, Clinton reportedly went to the extraordinary length of
assigning National Security Adviser Sandy Berger to be the
administration’s Scientology point man.
Berger briefed Travolta in the same manner he would a senior senator,
A White House official said last night, “it is perfectly normal and
logical” for Berger to get involved in the Scientology issue because “it
is in the general area of human rights concerns and this is something we
have raised with the German government.”
In November, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright met with German
Foreign Minister Klaus Kinkel – and urged him to stop being intolerant