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Jenna Miscavige Hill continues to spread the word about Scientology Inc

9 June 2013 Jenna Miscavige Hill and her husband Dallas get a chance to talk about the cult called Scientology in an interview on Australia’s 60 Minutes news show. The poignancy of the interview is accentuated by the fact that it was their mission to Australia for the Sea Org that led to their awareness of the real world and real people doing real activities in contradistinction to the way the “real world” was portrayed by the in-church whisper campaign.

— posted by Plain Old Thetan

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Axiom  on June 12th, 2013

I think they both could use some auditing to recover from the damage done to them by the cult.

I am glad to see they they both escaped with at least their common sense intact. I wish both of them a happy and prosperous life.

Barfly  on June 15th, 2013

“The Church denied all their allegations.” Anyone ever heard that one before?

PlainOldThetan  on June 15th, 2013

Barfly: It’s rule 17B in the OSA PR Manual for Miscavige Protection.

“Where there is what seems to be a lone dissenter, deny everything. Use the notion that there is no corroboration for the dissenter’s reports to discredit the dissenter. Even if the dissenter is telling the truth.”

It’s OSA’s adaptation of 16 June 1969′s HOW TO WIN AN ARGUMENT. You can find it in the Tech Volumes. Ironically, you can also find it at http://freedom.lronhubbard.org/page078.htm.

Basically, the approach is: make the whistleblower look like a single voice in the ether who is not in agreement with “everyone else”, thus making them “nuts”. Call him a “member of a tiny group of vocal disgruntled apostates”, this further labeling him nuts, and serving to isolate him further.

Oddly enough, it’s also an adaptation of what I learned from LRH when he described R (reality).

If there’s 12 people at the scene of a hit-and-run and 11 say “it was a green car” and one guy says “it was a red pick-up”, the “one” guy is NUTS and is rejected by the 11 that are in agreement.

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