Ex-Scientologist story #334, Evil lives in the “church” of Scientology.

Former Sceintologist from Finnland Roger Larsson has no good words for this former cultists.  He rues the day that he ever came into contact with Scientology.

I saw the evil inside the ‘church’ of Scientology.

This greedy, this selfish, this step on people for “your” own best. Greatest good for the dynamics meant – it’s perfectly okay to have ragged people, write down your O/W:s and go on with the clearing of the planet. I bought it, I really thought it was that simple. Two words could have made my life different, two words saying so much, two words very simple in its construction, two words
consisting of eight letters – NO THANKS! 

I was sucked into this whales stomach where I stayed for a few years. Out I came finally with an empty wallet but than what?  I was brainwashed and  I could have  done much more damage to myself.  At least I don’t have any dissatisfied people in my social environment, no enemies, no evil eyes hunting and scaring me.

I tell people the truth, I tell them I’ve been taken, blinded by the light a cult and that’s why I have financial problems; people nod in understanding. I have given my trust in a cult that has created problems for me in society, nothing more or less.

I  have decided to inform people about mind  control and tell them to not swallow this crap no matter how much they sweeten it.   We can’t fail to be ourselves if we stick to our true identities, the ones the arrived on this world with through our parents.  We don’t need any f-ing group telling us how bad we are and taking all our money for their own criminal group.

For more truth about Scientology go to Shy David’s page:  http://www.holysmoke.org/redux.htm

This looks like a good place to plant something I found on YouTube the other day.

Published in: on October 20, 2011 at 12:22 pm  Leave a Comment  

Ex-Scientologist story #333, Former GO member has his say.

Joe Larabell was a Dianetics auditor sometime during the 1960’s who eventually ended up in the Guardians Office.  He quit at some point before operation Snow White.  Later he would again take an interest in Scientology after he heard that the cult was attempting  to suppress any negative content on the net.

The organization:

The organization known as Scientology, at the time I was there, was a well-oiled example of organizational efficiency. Companies could do worse than to study and use some of the ideas found in Scientology’s “Organization Executive course”. Of course, as with all Scientology principles, these ideas were taught and held as absolutes, generally resulting in a mindlessly draconian atmosphere in which individual innovation was all but squashed. Hubbard managed to install a hectic statistic-based management system over the top of a win-or-die-in-the-process attitude that practically forbid anyone from stopping for longer than it took to take a crap.

Nearly all Scientologists, at least when I was around, seemed to believe that their existence on this planet was the only thing that stood between utopia and nuclear annihilation. Looking at things from this perspective, it’s not too hard to see how the group (as a whole) might tend to focus more on the attainment of
the goals of the group than on the sanctity of the individual. After all, if millions of lives are at stake, what’s one or two casualties along the way?

Of course, those looking in from the outside realize that this attitude really stems from an over-inflated sense of self importance. No goal is worth leaving an endless chain of trampled individuals in your wake. The point is that often the actions and reactions which we see coming from the Church are too often the result of zealous middle-managers blindly applying what they have studied in their executive courses rather than of any malicious intent on the part of the individuals involved. Of course, there are always exceptions.

Someday I may write some simple summaries of those Scientology management
principles I found most useful — some of which I occasionally use to this day in my personal life. For now perhaps just knowing the attitude from which most
Scientology policy stems is enough to help understand why things are as they are
today.

To read the rest of Joe’s story go here: http://larabell.org/scientology.html

This is as good a place as any to put in the very Kool parody of a Scientology recruiting ad.

Published in: on October 20, 2011 at 7:03 am  Leave a Comment