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What Is A Scientologist?

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#1 Rhythm



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Posted 22 August 2009 - 12:45 PM

Anyone joining organized scientology becomes a debtor.
At the very least, you are indoctrinated that you owe an eternal debt to L. Ron Hubbard, the narcissistic founder of the scientology crime syndicate.
The notion is that LRH "salvaged" you and nobody else could really have helped you. Hubbard's motives were purely altruistic and if it wasn't for Ron, you would be a "burned out cinder", PTS, the effect of the environment and your "bank".
If you pursue "the Bridge", you will probably have to borrow hundreds of thousands of dollars to pay for books, recordings, auditing, training and the membership statuses from the various front groups like the IAS, CCHR, Way to Happiness Foundation, etc. You will be harassed by letters, emails, phonecalls or in person so that registrars (conman shills) can get their statistics up by bilking you.
If you join staff at an organization and leave before your "contract" is expired, you can be assessed a "freeloaders bill" for thousands, tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Asking for a refund or repayment is a major taboo in scientology. Just asking is considered a "suppressive act". Being offered a refund by a staff member and accepting is a suppressive act. This implies that those running the scientology congame want it to continue with impunity despite lack of delivery or promised results.
Organized scientology has a poor record at timely payment of invoices. Do a public records search for attempted mediations, liens and lawsuits to verify this. To collect, you will usually have to employ a civil process. Organized scientology is very dishonorable. They want money, but don't want to pay much out.

Bear in mind that a debtor can be lawfully deprived of their rights. Organized scientology regularly exploits that principle on its members.
Here's a better idea: Organized scientology is the debtor and should be liquidated to satisfy all claims.

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Posted 26 August 2009 - 10:04 PM

To underscore my point about organized scientology's dishonorable method of dealing with contractors, take a look at these documents in this zipped file:
Hospitality Construction vs. Organized Scientology court documents
Hospitality ended up having to put a lien on the scientology corporation for breach of contract and non-payment after a lengthy legal battle.
As Tommy Davis articulated it, "Bad, bad, bad, bad, bad stuff!"

#3 lamb



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Posted 27 August 2009 - 06:07 PM

I agree 100%.

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