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Miscavige’s Declare Machine

declaresfileAn org insider sent us this photograph recently, accompanied by a short note.

This is the file of Declare Orders received at my Org in the past 6 months. It’s over 300 pages.

We have been accumulating Declare orders in our files at this rate for the past four years.

That basically amounts to 2500 people who were declared on paper.

Assuming that the claims of 40,000 Scientologists worldwide are anywhere near accurate, that means that 6% of Scientologists have been lost to outright Declares in the past four years.

I know Scientologists who have been declared, and uniformly, an average of 3 people disappear for every one that gets declared. They’re just “collateral damage”, I guess.

So that means that an additional 18% have disappeared just because the Church in its all-powerful but unjust wisdom declared good, well-intentioned people just because those people exhibited the audacity to question the orders of an out of control lunatic.

By my calculations, if the Church loses 24% every four years, then it only has a maximum of another 12 years of survival left.

I recall that the Admin dictionary says “out-ethics: 2. his own concept of his own ethics is not adequate to his survival (7204C11)”.

Even a fool could see that the Church is totally wrapped around the idea of Declaring people with the intent and end result of its own demise.

As much as I love Scientology and LRH, any organization so fixated on its own destruction should be allowed to shrink to invisibility.

Abraham Lincoln said “A house divided against itself cannot stand.”

And the lecture ABOUT RHODESIA (6607C19) taught me that individuals have a tough time against psychosis and insanity and deliberate sabotage.

Too bad Scientology isn’t delivered here any more. The staff are too busy trying to recover blown students and pcs that were enturbulated by their friends being declared without comm evs or other justice actions. So they can’t even do the usual any more.

And the Church is so busy Declaring people who want to stay in and practice Scientology that it can’t pay attention to the greater good that would be done by declaring the right one person.

Amen, brother.

Some other points our source doesn’t mention are:

● the people that have been subject to Declare for thinking or speaking their minds…just as recommended in the Church’s creed…are by and large those who used to be the highly-involved: the FSMs, the trained auditors, the wannabe auditors, the opinion leaders, the notable contributors, the volunteers

● because the Church has taken to Declaring that kind of parishioner, it makes fewer “junior” parishioners aspire to becoming highly-involved, FSMs, auditors, volunteers, and notable contributors

● that means that the pressure exerted on the remaining “loyal” parishioners to be big donors redoubles every six months or so

● with the increased pressure comes more doubts that the best-laid plans of mice and Miscaviges have worked and are going to work

● which leads to more parishioners speaking their minds

● which leads to more Declares

● which leads to more voluntary departures

● …and so Miscavige has created his own dwindling spiral.

But this time, he doesn’t dare use Scientology to reverse it.

It would fly in the face of whatever idée fixe he has.

— written by Plain Old Thetan

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DeElizabethan  on June 6th, 2013

Excellent coverage.

Axiom  on June 6th, 2013

WOW! Talk about a death wish.

This is an excellent example of insanity. This should be an example in the Tech Dictionary.

I can only hope that the dissolving occurs sooner than 12 years.

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Axiom  on November 7th, 2013

This reminds me of a Hubbard tape I listened to one time that stated something to the effect that if a foreman would go out to the crew of workers and shoot every third worker for no reason he would get more production out of the rest of the crew.

I think the idea is to create such a state of terror among the remaining workers that the remaining workers would simply comply with all orders regardless of how absurd they were.

Sorry, but I don’t remember the title of the tape.

Look who the fool is now!

PlainOldThetan  on November 7th, 2013

That tactic worked for the guards in Nazi concentration camps. Just review the testimony of the survivors. And the scene from Schindler’s list where the camp commandant shoots a random prisoner to get the others all moving faster was based on fact.

However, having the reference would help make your point. Anyone else remember this lecture?

Axiom  on November 7th, 2013

I still can’t remember the lecture. Seems to me it may have had something to do with Simon Bolivar or some other military leader.

But while on the subject of lectures, I just realized something the other day. I never understood the reason for all the lectures that Hubbard gave. But have recently realized they were part of the hypnotic scheme. This is how he produced the trance that we were in. Yes, some of them had value, but I do believe this is how he kept us walking the straight line for so long and would not look outside that line to compare the data with real life. That along with all the policy that we had to read.

PlainOldThetan  on November 7th, 2013

The underlying principle was illustrated in the Science channel series “Your Bleeped Up Brain”. They explained how something that was repeated, even though it was false, if repeated enough was eventually entered into societal Zeitgeist as a fact.

The example used in the show was based on the story of Lizzie Borden. A survey of public asked “What is Lizzie Borden famous for?” and uniformly people answered “Killing her parents”. The show explained this was based on the memorable, if false, jingle:
—Lizzie Borden took an axe
—And gave her mother forty whacks.
—When she saw what she had done
—She gave her father forty-one.
Miscavige’s repetitive, if false, proclamations of Scientology expansion at Int Events, flanked by uberloud music and narration in flashing implant videos has the same effect.

The sheeple now believe that Scientology has expanded 70x since 2001. Nothing could be further from the truth.

By the way, the show (and wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lizzie_Borden) both explained that Lizzie was acquitted. The description at wiki gives plausible reasons for the acquittal, but Lizzie lived out her life being ostracized because of the gory nature of the crimes and “everyone believed” she did it.

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