How to talk with a homo novis

Discussion in 'Scientology and Anonymous' started by anon8109, Jun 27, 2016.

  1. anon8109 Member

    A new study shows that a way to change people's minds about a sensitive topic is to take it to its extreme logical conclusion, but in a non-threatening way.

    The study showed that in the case of right-wing Israelis who want to deny Palestinian rights, showing them a film that made the denial of rights seem like an important part of Israeli identity had the effect of changing some of their opinions.

    This could be adapted for scientology.

    What about a video that praised homo novii that disconnect and promote pride in giving away their life savings to the scientology corporation.

    To be effective, this has to be done in a way that is not ironic or in any way threatening, but rather agrees with the cult's worldview and takes it to its logical conclusions.
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  2. One of the methods that I've seen used already, in small doses, is to take and use their goals (especially dates) and statistics against them.

    Calculations of how long it would take to clear the planet at the current rate, if everyone alive now could live forever, and ignoring births.

    Same calculation for how long it would take to get everyone to OT8.

    Same calculation for how long it would take to simply get everyone started up the intro levels of the Bridge. Still assuming static population conditions. Present these numbers using the most cheerful language, as if they are easily achievable. Comparison to the billion-year contract may be necessary to deflate the size of the numbers.

    Overdue on promised opening dates for Ideal Orgs, multiple locations and dates.

    Reiterate whatever published goal dates they might have had back in the 60s/70s/80s for clearing the planet, or Clearwater, or Florida, as if the goal is about to be achieved next year or imminently. I think they had set a goal of clearing the planet by 2000 way back when, there is a screenshot of one of their pubs I saw posted here.

    And so on. I'm sure we can come up with more stuff.

    Combining a nice selection of these failures together in a video/written release that unironically presents them as if they are unmitigated successes might be an effective way to get Scientologists to wake up to the futility of their efforts.
  3. anon8109 Member

    I think that's an excellent idea.
  4. Mann Ace Member

    Studies of this type need a lot of salt to digest.

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