Ex-Scientologist story #43, Donald Bear

The Truth is Out There! Too bad L. Ron Hubbard never found any of it.

This story is short and to the point.  When joining Scientology he relied on statements made to the effect that L. Ron Hubbard was, among other things, a war hero and a nuclear scientist.  He was also told that by using Scientology methods he could raise his IQ, a perfect memory and that it would prevent illness.  All of these claims were, however, false.  Of the year he spent in Clearwater during 1978-1979 he states:

“I observed numerous conditions which I believe were unhealthy and unsanitary.  In the Fort Harrison I observed approximately 20 individuals living in the garage and sleeping in a confined area in triple bunks. . . Similarly, the staff dormitories were over-crowded.  I observed a small room, designed to house one or two guests, filled with twelve Scientologists.  Many of them that I observed contained roaches.”

I was in Clearwater at the time of the hepatitis epidemic.  I received a shot which I was told was a hepatitis vaccine.  The injection was administered by a Scientology “medical officer”.  The Scientologists attempted to conceal the epidemic.  All Scientologists were instructed not to disclose any information pertaining to the epidemic to the community.  The Scientology “medical officer” who “treated” any sickness or illness was imprisoned in the R.P.F. and replaced by another Scientologist who then served as a “medical officer”.

It looks like the Scientologists found a new way to treat disease, just throw the medical officer into the RPF!!!

To read the rest of his statement go here:


Published in: on April 21, 2011 at 11:18 pm  Comments (1)  

Ex-Scientologist story #42, Lily Wood, in the Sea Org at 15

We Clear the Planet, -and your bank account!

Lily Wood was born into Scientology, what did she think of the experience? In her statement of January, 2007 she says, “My parents spent thousands of dollars and many evening/ weekends on Scientology, all the while neglecting their children’s needs to some degree or another.
– There were at least three times that I know of that my mom spent large sums of money on Scientology without my dad’s consent, this was advocated by the church as the “greatest good for the greatest number of dynamics”
– I was recruited at age 15 to join the Sea Org. My teenage years were stolen from me and I was not able to finish my high school degree.

Reports like this are common among the children of Scientologists.  Over and over we hear the sinister phrase, “greatest good for the greatest number of dynamics.”  In their world nothing but Scientology matters, not even the health and welfare of their children.

After being shoved into the Sea Org how was this young teen treated? In  the typical Scientology fashion she put in wretched conditions at low wages. The three years that I was in the Sea Org I endured low living standards and little to no pay. “I lived with 5-8 other girls at all times in a one room studio. I was told that my living expenses and needs would be taken care of but when it came to getting a dresser, there were none to be found, when it came to getting uniform parts I mainly got used and raggedy pieces issued to me and when it came to get paid the $50 a week as was promised I usually only saw between $10-20 . . .” 

She made the mistake of telling people she wanted to leave staff.  This is a big no-no in Scientology.  “Each time I wanted to leave the Sea Org I was called names, threatened and humiliated on a daily basis.”

In the end she got out, no thanks to her parents of course.  Her case is just another example of how family destroys families, uses the ultimate in hard selling to take all of their money and treats their own members like dirt.  Yet they claim to have the answers for mankind!  Think of it, a world with these ignorant loons in charge!

To read the rest of her story go here: http://exscientologykids.com/lily.html

Published in: on April 21, 2011 at 4:52 pm  Leave a Comment  

Ex-Scientologist story #41, Louise Cook, Canberra Org

The Truth is Out There (but not in Scientology)

1999.  Louise Cook, an Austrialian living in Canberra and a member of the org there had something to say about her course supervisor and dead-beat father of her 15 month old baby. “He has two children and has justified the neglect of his responsibilities for them by the old “greater good” argument. He has also justified criminal behavior including frauding the government for the same reason.”

But are these highly ethical Scientologists good citizens?  Louise had this to say, “It makes me happy to do so because it is good for the public to know what happens behind the facade the org presents. Human rights are being abused and good hearted people like Matt are being used and abused; and pushed right over the edge. Children are growing up without parents. People are defrauding the government. This is all occurring behind the facade of a “Church”, a religion, and a tax free organization to boot. I state emphatically that the Canberra org is out exchange with the community in which it resides. The staff to public ratio would be no greater than 1:3. How can three publics support one staff member? They can’t, it has been left up to the Australian taxpayer to provide housing, child support and survival for many at the org. Only a few are truly self sufficient, even the Executive Director lives in government subsidised housing and does not contribute to his child’s upbringing. “

These are the people who are so superior to the rest of humanity because they have the wonderful tech of L. Ron Hubbard.

To read the rest of her story follow this link:


To hear how her picketing of the local org went over go here:


The page will tell you everything you want to know about Scientology down-under.  This screwed-up bunch of chowderheads couldn’t lead a one car parade and get it right.  http://www.suburbia.com.au/~fun/scn/orgs/canb/

Published in: on April 21, 2011 at 4:19 am  Leave a Comment