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The silver bullet

I have given some thought to what it would take to stop the suppression of the Church of Scientology management. Here is what I believe would be the check mate items:

  1. More proof of the church using session data publicly
  2. More proof of human rights abuses
  3. More proof of false statistics
  4. More proof of serious out tech
  5. Proof of financial crimes (IRS anyone?)
  6. Proof of the church making “deals” with critics to make them rat on others
  7. Other crimes that has the power to jail the perpetrator (catch-all clause)

By proof, I mean pictures, video, court affidavits, mathematical equations. I mean the stuff of Newton and Einstein. Rock solid proof. If we would get that, I believe we could get into the End Game.

The proof already out there and more to surface should be factually compiled on a wiki. No emotions, no carping or caviling. No form, only factual content. Emotions are counter productive here.

Some of the items will get the attention of the OTs, some will get every Scientologist thinking, some will get the attention of law enforcement.

Comments are open for posting or for pointing to real proof. Let the compilation begin.

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  1. Anonymous
    2009-08-19 at 13:28

    Documents showing how the Church of Scientology practices disconnection and suppresses freedom of thought and speech:
    http://forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?t=10508

  2. Ackerland
    2009-08-20 at 15:54

    Thank you for allowing my last comment where I asked you about the abilities, and for your honest answer. I promise to you to now be more on point and on topic in this comment here.

    I have a very serious out-point that I believe would fall into category 4 or 5:

    LRH writes in Dianetics – The Modern Science of Mental Health, Book 3 Chapter 1:

    “Again, Dianetics is not being released to a profession, for no profession could encompass it. It is insufficiently complicated to warrant years of study in some university. It belongs to Man and it is doubtful if anyone could manage to gain a corner on it for it does not fall within any legislation of any kind in any place and if Dianetics were legislated into a licensed profession, then it is to be feared that listening to stories and jokes and personal experience would also have to be legislated into a profession. Such laws would put all men of good will who lend a sympathetic ear to a friend’s trouble inside the barbed wire.”

    Furthermore, a few breaks later, Hubbard writes:

    “Dianetics is not in any way covered by legislation anywhere for no law can prevent one man sitting down and telling another man his troubles, and if anyone wants a monopoly on Dianetics, be assured that he wants it for reasons which have to do not with Dianetics but with profit.”

    We know that Scientology fights the free zone tooth and nail while claiming the Scientology Organisation is the only organisation that can bring about the state of clear, or the clearing of the planet. And as Hubbard writes, if anyone wants to have a monopoly on Dianetics, you can be sure this is only for reasons of profit.

  3. jim cherkas
    2009-08-25 at 19:06

    You know you argue that the gains you made in scientology are yours and you dont care about the lies that the chrch says about mr hubbard? Dont you know the gains you see are because of the placebo effect? YOu talk about proof where is your proof of ot abilities? The exact abilities that are promised dont exist in scientology and thats the biggest problem of all that cannot be fixed by changing managment—they dont deliver whats promised!

    • 2009-08-25 at 19:22

      I know what I have gained. Any promise of abilities have been of very little interest to me. I tend to not expect to much (an any venue of life), as I see little value in expectations. I see results. I speak my mind. I love that we can have different viewpoints.

  4. 2009-09-01 at 23:26

    This site rocks!

  5. Margaret
    2010-06-26 at 23:02

    Since it’s somewhat related to this blog entry, here is a belated list of first-hand accounts of Sea Org members, with names and source, of physical abuse perpetrated by David Miscavige:

    http://scientologymyths.com

    If anyone wants to add to the list from accounts they’ve read elsewhere (real names of the witnesses required), you can email to the address at the bottom of the website.

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