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Atkinson-Baker is Scientology. Scientology is Atkinson-Baker.

Discussion in 'Scientology and Anonymous' started by AnonLover, Jun 14, 2016.

  1. AnonLover Member

    And when your name is Atkinson-Baker and your company is pushing Scientology, you deserve to be directly connected to Scientology. Because Atkinson-Baker IS Scientology.

    Because when your name is Atkinson-Baker and your company is pushing Scientology, you do not get to play the hate speech card and get references tieing Atkinson-Baker and Scientology together taken off the internet. That would be wrong. Because Atkinson-Baker IS Scientology.

    So you can report that shit all you want and reddit aint gonna care because when your name is Atkinson-Baker and your company is pushing Scientology, you deserve to be directly connected to Scientology. Because Atkinson-Baker IS Scientology.

    You also don't get to pull that hate speech crap when your Atkinson-Baker and your company is pushing Scientology, because that means are you ARE the hate speech, you are Scientology.

    When your Atkinson-Baker and your company is pushing Scientology, and you try to push that bogus hate speech crap to censor the fact you are a Scientology franchise forcing Scientology on your employees and running your business entirely on Scientology, the internet will no be pleased. Because Atkinson-Baker IS Scientology.

    Thus, when your Atkinson-Baker and your company is pushing Scientology, and you try to push that bogus hate speech crap to censor the fact you are a Scientology franchise forcing Scientology on your employees and running your business entirely on Scientology, the internet will likely go Streisand effect on you.

    Because Atkinson-Baker IS Scientology.


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    And Streisand effect needs to happen. Start! kthxbai.
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  2. TorontosRoot Member

    What faggotry. They can't take it off the internet. Scientology is the dumbfuckiest "church" ever to keep trying that. Hahahaha. Let the lulz milking begin.
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  3. TorontosRoot Member

    PS. Where's the reddit topic?
  4. AnonLover Member

    Here let me google that for you...

    Atkinson-Baker IS Scientology

    ...guessing it's the first hit (in my results - the scientology subreddit one)
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  5. TorontosRoot Member

    I suck cock.

    Thank you. :3
  6. AnonLover Member

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  7. AnonLover Member

  8. TorontosRoot Member

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  9. AnonLover Member

    Streisand requires that you post that wordpress link. Don't matter if ain't pretty.
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  10. TorontosRoot Member

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  11. sub_lion.gif sub_logo.gif World Institute of Scientology Enterprises
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    · Alan and Sheila Atkinson-Baker
    Atkinson-Baker, Inc.
    Our company began in our home. We did everything ourselves! We couldn’t stay on top of it! By studying Mr. Hubbard’s organizational technology, relief settled in. We organized all the functions to deliver our service, and began to hire and train employees.
    We learned to be executives and we now run a multi-million dollar company with clients in all 50 states and offices nationwide and were featured on the Inc. 500 list of the fastest growing privately held companies two years in a row.


    Gotta love it when Scientologists try to control the Internetz. Facts are a stubborn thing, WISE companies abuse their employees by LRH policy, just like Scientology abuses its members by LRH policy, same thing, only errr, ummm.......different? Ok, Ok, same thing, back on post, bitches!


    ''This is a perfect example of how the internet twists things and turn things.''
    Anonymous Secret Leader: Tommy Davis

    Internet gossipers and internet hate mongers everywhere demand the return of our fearless leader, Tommy Davis.
    (This interview ages better than a fine wine...........)
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  12. another123 Member

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    Atkinson-Baker employment application page without a secure HTTPS connection? Good 'ol L. Ron Hubbard Management Technology, cutting edge as if it were 1969
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  13. White Tara Global Moderator

    What's that you say? Atkinson-Baker IS Scientology. See I never would have known that, thanks op, thanks google. :)
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  14. LRH business tech: Atkinson-Baker says non-religious. Scientology says such training tax-deductible,

    Atkinson-Baker claims the L. Ron Hubbard management and administrative systems it uses are "non-religious," while the Church of Scientology asserts the fixed contributions (i.e., payments) for training in such L. Ron Hubbard management and administrative systems are tax-deducible.

    ScienlologyMP (@iWantMySMP on Twitter) has noted that the Atkinson-Baker employment page contains the following disclaimer:

    Code:
    http://www.depo.com/about/employment/application.html
    * * * * * BEGIN EXCERPT * * * * *

    Thank you for expressing an interest in working for our company. As you may know, in order to assist us in running a smooth and cohesive company, we apply the management, administrative and business ethics systems developed by American philosopher L. Ron Hubbard. These administrative systems deal with business topics such as communication, organization, administration, marketing, promotion, business ethics and finance. While Mr. Hubbard is the founder of the Scientology religion, these management and administrative systems are non-religious and can be used by anyone without a requirement that the person change his or her religious or other beliefs. Indeed, the company is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in hiring or the terms and conditions of employment based on a person’s race, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or other characteristic protected by applicable law. It has been our experience that by using and applying this business model we can expand our company, provide excellent service to our clients, and flourish and prosper in today’s challenging business environment.

    * * * * * END EXCERPT * * * * *

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    However, the 2006 - 2007 Church of Scientology brochure "Updated Information on Taxes and & Your Deductions," the most recent I could find on WWP, states that the "LIST OF SERVICES QUALIFYING FOR CHARTIABLE CONTRIBUTION DEDUCTIONS" includes:

    * * * * * BEGIN QUOTATION * * * * *

    THIRD AND FOURTH DYNAMIC TRAINING COURSES:

    Professional Product Debug Course
    HUBBARD Elementary Data Series Evaluator's Course
    HUBBARD Executive Data Series Evaluator's Course
    Organization Executive Course
    FLAG Executive Briefing Course

    * * * * * END QUOTATION * * * * *

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    How can Atkinson-Baker claim the L. Ron Hubbard management and administrative systems it uses are "non-religious," while the Church of Scientology asserts that the fixed contributions (i.e., payments) for training in such L. Ron Hubbard management and administrative systems are tax-deducible?

    Obviously, more recent Church of Scientology brochures on "Information on Taxes and & Your Deductions" would be helpful.

    EDITED TO ADD:

    These are the pages of the brochure that make it clear that contributions for the above courses (and other business related training courses) are tax deductible as "charitable contributions," and not as business or work-related education expenses (an issue that came up on the ESMB thread).

    https://whyweprotest.net/threads/sci...rochure.27120/

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    Updated info on taxes 24Twitter.jpg
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  15. DeathHamster Member

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  16. CarterUSP Member

    If it isn't money-grabbing and inconsistent then it isn't scientology
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  17. Quentinanon Member

    The scientology organization wants to have it both ways, non-religious for easy recruitment/indoctrination, and religious for tax exemption.
    IRS Commissioner to the courtesy phone.
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  18. Quentinanon Member

    Atkinson-Baker Employee

    in Glendale, CA

    "Horrible company. Micromanagement by a horde of unneeded, incompetent middle managers. Terrible HR department -- they exist solely to write you up for supposed policy violations (they don't even follow their own policies half the time) and take management's side in employee complaints/disputes. Constant harassment by bored superiors, lousy pay, 10 days per year accrued days off -- no separate sick leave (you have to use vacation days if you're sick and you can't go over 10). Expensive benefits that lower level employees can't afford. Run more like a factory than an office -- there is a daily quota that must be met, and it increases weekly even though management offers 1) no incentive and 2) no tools to increase efficiency or productivity. Most management hasn't even been through business school, much less any business training -- they got their jobs through their connections to Scientology and just kept getting promoted until they landed a management position. Massive employee turnover, lowest morale I've ever seen. Just a horrible, dark place run by inept, mean people. Stay away."
    Person You Work For 1 / 5 People You Work With 4 / 5 Work Setting 1 / 5
    Support You Get 2 / 5 Rewards You Receive 1 / 5 Growth Opportunities 2 / 5
    Company Culture 1 / 5 Way You Work 2 / 5
    Sales Manager
    in Glendale, CA
    "Non-Scientologists need not apply!"
    What do you like about working at Atkinson-Baker?
    "Serious about doing a good job and taking care of their customers."
    Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
    "If you are a Scientologist (or a reporter looking for a great story!) knock yourself out. Everyone else, don't bother."
    What don't you like about working at Atkinson-Baker?
    "Company is owned by Scientologists and only other Scientologists are given management positions, even if they do not have the skills or experience the position requires."
    What suggestions do you have for management?
    "L. Ron Hubbard was a criminal, not a god. Base your business on reality, not your cult."
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  19. AnonLover Member

    Damn. ESMB sibling thread brought this new Atkinson-Baker and Scientology story into the daylight.

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  20. JohnnyRUClear Member

    "She also dressed like a prostitute and possibly was one. No one questioned any of her behavior or dress and she was pretty much allowed to do whatever she wanted yet another person ho was a Scientologist"
    Nice.
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  21. It doesn't make her a bad person ho.
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  22. Enturbuleak Member

    So... Atkinson-Baker IS Scientology and is not related to the Streisand Effect.
    Good luck to Scientology's anti-internet team in getting this info removed from the interwebs.
    Bwahahahaha.
    TR-3...
    Bwahahahaha.
    And a bit of 8C for OSAbots...
    Atkinson-Baker IS Scientology
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  23. CarterUSP Member

    ho no you didn't
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  24. patriot75 Member

  25. And suddenly, the top 5 results in Google for Atkinson-Baker Scientology look MUCH better.

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