Over at Mike Rinder’s site today was a post about the enforced secrecy behind the Pac Base re-re-reopening ceremonies.
Apparently, those in command have ordered that You aren’t supposed to e-mail anyone with the details.
But today, we got these scans of a promo piece received just today about the opening events.
Not very Top Secret, is it?
Even the postman knows the dates and times.
— written by Plain Old Thetan
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A mission staff member slipped us scans of this list of materiel that are to be turned in by staff and parishioners to their local org’s bookstore officer or directly to the Bridge publications Returns Officer for disposal.
According to my source, the “Returns Officer” doesn’t issue refunds or credit. He’s just a garbage man.
Note that at the top of the list is that all Mark VII Quantum E-meters (and their predecessors) are to be “turned in” to the org BSO or Pubs Org “disposal officer”.
Now it’s time for a reality check.
The “claim” made by Miscavige is that there are 10,030 orgs, missions, and groups.
So let’s say that each org, mission or group has three meters.
All auditors are supposed to have two meters. And at a place like a mission or field group, there’s a course supervisor/word clearer. So three is a good number to pull out of the air.
Let’s also say that every one of those Mark VII Quantum E-meters cost its owner $3250.
That means that this “order” from Int management is for good loyal dedicated scientologists to destroy or dispose of $97,792,500 just in meters.
That’s a capital loss of $97.8 million dollars.
Of course, the “church” is operating under the delusion that those 30,090 meters will be replaced at $5000 each. Which artificially boosts Gross Booksales to $150,450,000. For a net profit of $52,657,500.
But I’m not deluded. I know that the report of 10,030 orgs, missions, and groups is a BOFFL. Big Ol’ Fat Friggin’ Lie.
And I also know that no one in their right mind is going to turn a $3250 meter over to the “church” for destruction.
And I also know that no mission or mission staff member can afford to replace their working-fine-thank-you meter with a glitzy piece of over-marketed over-restrictive Easy-Bake Warehoused electronics for $5000.
Especially when there’s no pcs or public or co-auditors to use it on.
Apparently SMI is telling Mission Holders that they must not and cannot use pre-Mark-VIII-Ultra E-meters in their facilities or face the revocation of their Mission Charters.
Guess which choice most Mission Holders are going to take?
Like GAT I, this new news about the true cost of GAT II come two months after the event containing its announcement.
I remember sitting in the GAT I announcement event, thinking to myself: “This is cool. Now new auditors won’t have to take as long as I took to get classified.”
Two months later, the facts of Miscavige’s GAT I came and hit everyone smack in the face.
Every existing auditor had to re-train on GAT I. That wasn’t in the event!
The membership list of the ASHO Foundation Auditor’s Association dropped from 1740 to 30 in a few months.
Normally, I’d say that was an example of the Law of Unintended Consequences in action.
But the avalanche of “Unintended Consequences” pouring out of the “command intention” of Miscavige over the past 20 years definitively demonstrates one thing.
Miscavige’s “consequences” are anything but unintended.
Oh, yeah. What’s on this list that surprises you?
What’s on this list that offends you?
What’s on this list that outrages you?
— written by Plain Old Thetan
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