Mr. Hubbard explained it quite well. People leave Scientology - and stay away - only for one reason: THEY HAVE CRIMES. The people who call themselves "Ex-Scientologists" are, simply, criminals.I really had to highlight this on the main page. This is Scientology at its absolute finest. I'm tempted to just leave it here without further comment. It's perfect!
In a thinking society such people would be isolated and confined, but in our meat society, where the wogs still make the laws, that doesn't happen.
However, with the release of the SUPER POWER RUNDOWN at Flag in the near future, planetary Clearing will become a reality, and those "Ex-Scientologists" will not be free to walk the streets suppressing others.
The tech works on everyone - eventually - although ETHICS must sometimes be put IN first HARD.
However, I resisted that temptation. I really wanted to point out a few things. First, a couple of translations so you don't get lost:
Super Power Rundown A much-hyped series of processes, developed by Hubbard which, he claimed, when run on enough people, including "government officials", would bring about a "Cleared Planet". That is, a world which is controlled and run by Scientology.
Flag The highest level church in Scientology, delivering high level courses and processing.
Wog A derogatory word for non-Scientologists, considered second-class people until they become members of Scientology.
Ethics Specific methods, developed by Hubbard, of controlling and punishing Scientologists who have not been good.
OK, now my two cents.
- To paraphrase: "Anyone who disagrees with us is a criminal." This is something you would have heard in the Soviet Union or Nazi Germany in their darkest days. Any sane society allows for differences in opinion. Insane societies cannot tolerate any dissension.
- As an aside, you know the expression "If you think you're insane, you probably aren't; but if you're sure you're sane, you should be worried"? Well, Scientologists are positive they are the only sane people on the planet.
- Following this, the anonymous poster says that all Scientology dissenters should be locked up, but the poster is quite unhappy because "wogs" won't let that happen.
- The poster then promises us that after they release the "Super Power Rundown", Scientology will (magically) rule the world, and dissenters will finally be locked up. Now, this may seem like this must be some extremist fringe of the church, but let me tell you: This is main line Scientology doctrine. This is what Hubbard spoke of and this is what the Church of Scientology would do if they could.
- Another aside: Luckily for all us ex-Scientologists and "wogs", this "Super Power Rundown", in the highly unlikely event it was released, doesn't do what Hubbard claimed it would do. Inside joke: Virtually every Scientologist who was run on the pilot program for the Super Power Rundown is now an ex-Scientologist! (Hmm. Maybe it's a good rundown.)
- And finally, as if the rest of the comment wasn't enough, the poster gives yet another chilling view into their planned Scientology world. In this brave new world, their tech will be applied and if it doesn't work on you, you will be punished, "HARD", until it does.
These are true Scientology viewpoints and plans, straight from Hubbard himself. We have this anonymous poster to thank for this revealing insight. Scientologists are usually not so forthcoming in front of "wogs".
Very, very scary. It's hard to believe people think this way, but we know they do. Extremists have existed since the beginning of time, these are part of our time. Unfortunate, but true.ReplyDelete
surely this person was making fun of scientologists and was not serious.ReplyDelete
It actually reads a like a parody, and it may be. But it is also pure Scientology dogma.ReplyDelete
There is actually no difference between this being an over-the-top spoof and this being a hard-core Scientologist expressing core Scientology beliefs.
Which says a lot about core Scientology beliefs, doesn't it?
Go back to KSW. All of the materials of Dianetics and Scientology are in use when he wrote it. He reissued it in 1980 and said it is true from here on out. Even made a big stink about it in full caps right at the beginning of the issue.ReplyDelete
All these other rundowns and things which are "released" after 1980 certainly were not in use at the time of KSW's release. Are these, then, really valid materials of Dianetics and Scientology? The way I read KSW, the answer is "no".
That would include Super Power, KTL, LOC, NOTS?, maybe?
Funny thing is, one of the rundowns is allegedly a rundown that gets a person to spot why he's been accepting lies from others. If that actually works, it's little wonder all the pilot SuperPower folks blew. *wink* First time I read about that rundown I immediately laughed.
I always tell people that I, as an ex member would be in one of $cn's RPFs IF they ever succeeded; or done away with quietly and without sorrow.
After reading this, it makes me see even more so just how right I am in saying that. And makes me want to work all the harder to make sure we NEVER ever live in a $cientology world; for MY sake and that of other loved ones, friends & everyone, really.
This brings it home. And as Bill says, this may be parody but it is also how it is.
I was on staff for a short time & I started to develop this well, Nazi mentality. And the amazing thing is I would never see it this way while I was in. Also, I didn't even have a senior position in the org, at all or wasn't as "gung ho" as many.
$cientology MUST die.