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Pulling the curtain of pretense off of Scientology Inc fundraising

A person still on staff in a Scientology Mission sent us scans of this promo piece.

It’s a publication titled IAS FIELD DISSEMINATOR NEWSLETTER.

It’s a one-sheet glossy full-color publication that describes and documents “targets” and “achievement levels” to be attained by full-time fundraisers by the IAS.

The full-time fundraisers are, of course, the orgs and missions of Scientology.

There’s even two out-of-context quotes from LRH in the piece.

Hey, Miscavige! Here’s a quote you should have put in this promo piece!

The only reason orgs exist is to sell and deliver materials and service to the public and get in public to sell and deliver to.  The object is totally freed beings.
— LRH, HCO PL 31 January 1983 THE REASON FOR ORGS

Anyway, somebody screwed up. The publication documents what the “achievement levels” are in terms of dollars, then documents which orgs attained those levels.

It took all of five minutes with a calculator to figure out how much money the IAS took in on “Ideal Org” lines in the 2011/2012 timeframe.

Note that the “achievement levels” don’t have anything to do with how many Clears were made or How many auditors were made or How many auditors were made with the purpose and post of auditing staff or How many Grade completions were attested to or How many co-audit hours were facilitated by that org.

No, the achievement levels solely have to do with how much money was sucked from trusting and gullible Scientology parishioners.

I especially like the claims made in the piece about focusing on target attainment by doing standard actions. It becomes obvious that parishioners should not ask why massive IAS donations are standard. The answer is, and will continue to be because we said so”.

And the plug made for getting an org’s sheeple signed up for the Direct Debit Payment Plan is priceless.

Check it out. (To get larger images, click on the picture, then click on the picture that comes up.)

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Here’s the breakdown of how much money the IAS slurped up on org lines in the 2011/2012 blood-sucking season. That’s not including money donated directly to the IAS. And it doesn’t include money that was “donated” in excess of the “achievement level”.  iasfdn03__

That’s $82,500,000 in one year! Don’t forget to subtract 15% salesman commissions of $12.7 million! (That’s one whole Ideal Org lost to greed and avarice!)

Hey, what about this quote, Miscavige?

Revolt is only an expression of too long unmended departures from the ideal scene of society. … The entire concept of an ideal scene for any activity is really a clean statement of its PURPOSE.
— LRH, HCOPL 5 July 1970 How to Find and Establish an Ideal Scene

Or how about this quote?

A society gets what it concentrates upon. By concentrating on spiritual values instead of criminality a new day may yet dawn for man.
— LRH, HCO PL 21 February 1991, RELIGIOUS INFLUENCE IN SOCIETY

Or this quote?

And thus we entered an entirely materialistic age.
— LRH, Ability 54 (September 1957) MORE CONFRONTING

Or this quote?

“There is an extreme of charity which neglects the first dynamic. The auditor must not neglect the first dynamic — himself.”
— LRH, DIANETICS AND SCIENTOLOGY — A CRUSADE (II:393)

I challenge Miscavige to put these quotes into IAS promo and then back it up with actual actions.

— written by Plain Old Thetan

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3 Comments

AnonLover  on April 26th, 2013

Oooo… juicy leak is juicy!

Vertsurblanc  on April 28th, 2013

Excellent article David.

I check out the blogs I follow and, yikes, there is so much to read!

Thanks for keeping your articles flowing. Much appreciated.

Greenonwhite.

OldAuditor  on April 28th, 2013

We appreciate your following our posts.
I would like to point out that this post was written by Plain Old Thetan.
He has been writing the bulk of the articles on COS activity because I spend most of my time auditing.

Stay tuned for some articles on new technical developments in the very near future.

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