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Why unbrainwashed people hate Scientology, Inc. Part 8

Long-term Scientologists who are used to doing actual LRH Scientology find that this sudden constant emergency to get people to do backlogged paperwork in the Idle Orgs know that the emergency is the direct result of the failure to have enough staff members to do the work at hand. Then when an “Ideal Org” comes along, we’ve all of a sudden got to become “Ideal” by busting the humps of volunteers in order to get the situation corrected. What the volunteers don’t realize – and Miscavige won’t admit – is that in a few years it’ll all be a mess again, requiring a huge volunteer effort to straighten out. Not so Ideal, huh?

If you’ve been watching the endless stream of e-mail drivel coming out of the Phoenix Idull Org project and the Orange County Idull Org project, you’ll have seen e-mail after e-mail after e-mail requesting you volunteer for something called the “files project”.

And in a manner exemplary of Scientology, Inc. the “statistics” being kept on the “files projects” at these Idyllic Orgs is “number of hours” accumulated.

My own repetitive complaint about this is this is not a statistic. See my earlier posts on this here and here.

What is the production?

For a “files” project, the statistic would answer this question: “How many files were completed and don’t have to be messed with again?

Now, that’s a product.

Take a look at what the Phoenix Idull Org project considers “stats”.

 

For all the nitpicky record keeping done for the Phoenix Idle Org “files project”, we don’t hear anything about:

student points
well done auditing hours
new people in
first service start
service completions
grade chart completions
internship completions
bodies in the shop
students and pcs sent to upper orgs
clears made

Instead, on this list are several familiar names from the wholesale coercion involved in the big Phoenix Ideal Org Wheel of Misfortune festivities.

Judy White and Ron White ( $90K)
Mike Reed and Theresa Reed ($10K)
Todd Schlemeier ($10K)
Howard Ryan (and wife Joan $100K)
Kathy Ikeda ($40K)
Ilona Bischoff (Bischoff family $$80K)
Sandy Davis ($10K)
Julie Haidera (and Mike Haidera $60K)

In fact, about 20% of these ‘volunteers’ were from the meat grinder for the phony purchase of the Phoenix Org building.

It tells me something.

That despite the glut of pleas for help via e-mail, it still falls on the same few people to give their lives and surrender their livingness and havingness for an Ideal Org.

It’s another reason unbrainwashed people despise Scientology, Inc.

— written by Plain Old Thetan

P.S. Remember this PhoneyGraph from the 2011 OT summit event?

 

Not so impressive now, is it?

Continue on to part 9 of this series

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John Doe  on June 2nd, 2012

Actually, if the real product is controlling people enough so that the work for free around the clock doing ultimately futile work organizing papers in our digital world, then “number of volunteer hours” is a perfectly valid stat for someone

plainoldthetan  on June 3rd, 2012

I think I figured out why the obtuse statement by the OT VIII got to me. It’s a Miscavige Newspeak alteration and misuse of an LRH quote:
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PAB 79 10 April 1956 THE OPEN CHANNEL

What Do I Think of Auditors?

I think of an auditor as a person with enough guts to do something about it. This quality is rare and this quality is courageous in the extreme.

It is my opinion and knowledge that auditors are amongst the upper tenth of the upper twentieth of intelligent human beings. Their will to do, their motives, their ability to grasp and to use are superior to that of any other profession.

I think of an auditor as having INITIATIVE He is able to grasp or make a mock-up and put it into action.

Auditors survive better than other people.

If this world has any faintest chance of surviving, it will be not because I write, but because auditors can and will think and do.
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Miscavology has changed “Auditors are the only ones with enough guts to do something about it” into “rich Scientologists are the only ones who can do something about it”.

In Miscavology, the target is to take auditors out of the equation…all equations.

tranquilo922  on July 9th, 2012

There was a settlement with Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise.

Why unbrainwashed people hate Scientology, Inc. Part 7  on March 15th, 2013

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