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Justice Committee, Constitution and Membership Levels of IS Not-For-Profit Membership Community

Discussion in 'Independent Scientology' started by Anonymous, Jun 16, 2013.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Justice Committee, Constitution and Membership Levels of IS Not-For-Profit Membership Community

    Milestone Two - Function monitors Structure
    http://www.iscientology.org/scientology-blog/466-milestone-two-function-monitors-structure

    Except:
  2. Anonymous Member

    IAS is a criminal membership that has made millions from coercing its "church" membership. We're Independent Scientologists, we're different. We'll set up a non-profit with an international membership to coerce donations from those brainwashed outside the church cult.
  3. Anonymous Member

    http://www.iscientology.org/sciento...-two-function-monitors-structure#comment-1871
  4. Anonymous Member

    http://www.iscientology.org/sciento...-two-function-monitors-structure#comment-1875
  5. Anonymous Member

    It appears the IS Not-For-Profit Membership Community is an Australian Company

    http://www.iscientology.org/scientology-blog/466-milestone-two-function-monitors-structure
    Excerpt:
    Australian Securities & Investment Commission Search
    http://www.asic.gov.au/asic/ASIC.NSF/byHeadline/Search_business_names

    Use "Search company and other registers"

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  7. Anonymous Member

    http://www.iscientology.org/sciento...-two-function-monitors-structure#comment-1892
  8. Anonymous Member

    Alright, I'll ask the question everybody is dying to know......


    What role will Hobs play in the new regime?


    fat-dancer.jpg
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  9. jensting Member

    So OSA's rejects can do their A-E steps without having to ship them far from the usual exile location of Australia? Sweet :) Seriously, who knows how many OSA agents are quietly turned after they infiltrate? What is certain is that OSA has in the past burned agents when they no longer trusted them.

    Anyway, the various attempts at organising and continuing to practise some (sub-)set of the $cientology creed is an expected effect of winning the war against the criminal organisation known as the "church" of $cientology.
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  10. Anonymous Member

    If you are talking about OSA infiltrating the new Indie Membership Community, note that:

    http://www.iscientology.org/scientology-blog/466-milestone-two-function-monitors-structure
    So, to become a full, voting Member, the OSA agent would have to beat the Indie PTS A-J check and Help & Control Check, but if the OSA agent can beat the Indie PTS A-J check and Help & Control Check, then....
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  11. Anonymous Member

    Milestone Two Australian corporate information:

    Attached Files:

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  13. Anonymous Member

    Australian Securities & Investments Commission: Registering not-for-profit or charitable organisations
    http://www.asic.gov.au/asic/asic.nsf/byheadline/Registering not-for-profit or charitable organisations

    Excerpt:
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  14. Yippee! This will not end well
  15. Anonymous Member

    11 Founding Members of IS Not-For-Profit Membership Org

    Milestone Two's "Eleven"
    http://www.iscientology.org/scientology-blog/467-milestone-two-s-eleven

    Excerpts:
  16. Anonymous Member

    The return of Disconnection?

    Milestone Two - Function monitors Structure
    http://www.iscientology.org/scientology-blog/466-milestone-two-function-monitors-structure

    Excepts:
    How can they do a "PTS A-J check" as a requirement to become a Full (voting) Member, but say they have "no interest in the personal lives or activities of individual members?" What if HCO determines the applicant for Full Membership is PTS to someone in their personal life (e.g., spouse, child, parent, friend)?

    How can they say they will "detect and deal with PTSes and SPs that create trouble within the organization," but they have "no interest in the personal lives or activities of individual members?" Again, what happens if they determine that an Associate or Full Member is PTS to someone in their personal life (e.g., spouse, child, parent, friend)?

    What does it mean to "refuse[] to cooperate or deal with a PTS situation that is impacting on Milestone Two activities?" If one cannot "handle," would one be required to disconnect? If one cannot "handle," would a refusal to disconnect constitute a refusal to cooperate, resulting in the revocation of one's membership and the revocation of one's right to use the Independent Scientology logo?

    Then we of course have the:
  17. Anonymous Member

    Milestone Two - Function monitors Structure
    http://www.iscientology.org/scientology-blog/466-milestone-two-function-monitors-structure
    Query:

    Does "ethics policy and original justice codes" include Fair Game?

    Does "ethics policy and original justice codes" include Disconnection? How else, as addressed in the prior post, would (or could) the "Membership Community" handle a PTS situation where the person who was PTS refused, or was unable, to handle?

    Does "ethics policy and original justice codes" include the Kha Khan principle of ethics immunity?

    Does "ethics policy and original justice codes" include doing the Greatest Good for the Greatest Number of Dynamics, as measured by statistics, such that the ends justifies the means?

    Is it truly the case that "technically incorrect findings and instances of flagrant injustice or out-ethics actions" which are NOT "destructive to statistics" should not be subject to review by the Justice Committee, or if subject to review not subject to sanction or correction?
  18. jensting Member

    so, the only way for OSA to get someone in is to find someone who can repeatedly fool the e-meter (and who is willing to let OSA know that they can do that). That could work :)
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  19. Anonymous Member

    Not if head spai Hobson is running the meeting. Nothing gets past that guy.
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  20. Anonymous Member

    All I can see now is Hobson the Grey roaring, "You shall not pass!" at OSA spai.
  21. Anonymous Member

    New IS Not-For-Profit Membership Org denigrating "wogs?"

    http://www.iscientology.org/scientology-blog/468-milestone-two-disclaimer#comment-1920
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  22. Anonymous Member

    http://www.iscientology.org/scientology-blog/468-milestone-two-disclaimer#comment-1920
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  23. Good Work IC.

    But they can call me a wog all day long, I am 100% certain that I will have the last laugh as they explode into the usual drama. Then they will start looking around for the SP that's fucking things up.

    These people just never learn - its hilarious.
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  24. Anonymous Member

    http://www.iscientology.org/scientology-blog/468-milestone-two-disclaimer#comment-1930
  25. Anonymous Member

    New IS Not-For-Profit Membership Community REJECTS use of the word "wog."

    Interesting development, and to give credit where credit is due:

    Most recent comment by Steve "Thoughtful" Hall is in red.

    http://www.iscientology.org/scientology-blog/468-milestone-two-disclaimer#comment-1920
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  26. jensting Member

    Hubbard is not for them, in that case.
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  27. That was funny. Thanks.
  28. That's easy. Sneakster will be (or, already is) the Inspector General.
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