Infinite Complacency series on Narconon

Discussion in 'Narconon' started by Albion, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. Albion Member

    Since I aim to post more on this subject, I thought I'd take the
    liberty of opening a new thread on my Narconon series.

    I published an introduction to the subject a couple of weeks ago:

    Narconon is a rehabilitation programme for addicts run on a
    system devised by Scientology's founder, L. Ron Hubbard. Experts
    say it is based on junk science and potentially lethal.

    Today, I ran the second in the series:

    Narconon is a variation on “casualty contact”, a recruitment policy
    Hubbard developed for Scientology in the 1950s, as internal
    documents make clear.

    More will follow, but once I start diving into specific cases, it will take time
    to assimilate the material. It is intimidatingly complex stuff. But I think
    what it reveals about how Narconon operates makes it worth the effort.

    Watch this space...

    Jonny J.
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  2. Anonymous Member

    bump for Jonny's awesomeness
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  3. Anonymous Member

    to read it is to love it
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  4. patriot75 Member

    You are doing a fantastic job Johnny....keep the truth flowing and don't forget to take time for some caek.
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  8. Albion Member

    I have a new post up, starting a sub-directory of the Narconon section.

    In 1984, a French court convicted two Narconon staffers after a
    woman died at their centre having suffered repeated epileptic seizures.
    Was it their fault alone, or did their negligence spring from Scientology's

    While the death of Jocelyne Dorfmann has been previously reported,
    I don't think there has been much apart from a brief summary that
    appeared in a French government report. This account, drawing from
    the court judgment itself, gives a little more detail and kicks off a look
    at Scientology's attitude towards medicine in general and epilepsy in
    particular, which I think is relevant to the Narconon debate.

    Comments always welcome at the site.

    Jonny Jacobsen
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  9. Albion Member

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  10. Anonymous Member

    One of the best writers on the topic continues to deliver.

    Btw - did you ever get sorted on the details of the Johnston case?
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  11. Albion Member

    Yes, I think so: see my reply in the comments section here.
    Hope to be coming back to the situation in Ireland, past and
    present, at a future date.
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  12. Albion Member

    I've just written up Tory's 'Magoo' Christman's battle with epilepsy -- and how
    Scientology's quack treatment almost killed her -- at Infinite Complacency.

    It draws mainly on her existing posts, with some supplementary
    information from Tory, but I thought it worth doing because it is
    an important issue and fits into the series I am currently developing
    on Scientology's cavalier approach to epilepsy.

    Scientology's insistence that Tory Christman give up her epilepsy
    medication almost killed her, she says.
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  13. moarxenu Member

    Great work, Jonny!
  14. :mad: I must say I suffer epilepsy and what Hubbard was saying, about my condition, shows how much a Prick he was and always will be. Burn in Hell LRH!!

    And Jonny ur stuff has even reminded me to go bed alot earlier,:p lol, so thanks n keep the Truth for the "Truth shall set us Free"!!
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