Mexico's Chapultepec Golf Club infiltrated by Scientology admin tech

Discussion in 'Media' started by mnql1, May 6, 2012.

  1. mnql1 Member

    Translation of a Spanish article posted on May 4, 2012 on the website of the weekly Mexican newsmagazine Proceso:
    Una secta secuestró mi trabajo
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  2. Strixcoil Moderator

    Well, gotta admit...
    I don't like them Scientologists, specially those that go around the corners to get money and members...but you have to give them a prize for being so clever.

    Taking control of a place where money is always flowing is the smartest move they ever did. For once.

    Thanks for posting this mnql1. Already did a threat thread in the spanish section.

    Edited cause it seems I'm not in my mind today. Derp.
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  3. Zak McKracken Member

    This "WISE" technology of management, must do something right.
    If everything about it sucked, it is hard to believe that many borderline Scientologists would be suckered into using it, and then stick with a program that is both expensive and hurts every aspect of operation.

    Perhaps WISE is useful for enforcing employee compliance? Or has some effect that makes managers feel better? It's demonstrably worthless for improving profits, or increasing production, or growing the enterprise. Not even good for making business connections outside the company.

    I would love to see more discussion of what WISE does correctly.
    (in the same way we have discussion of how people are tricked into joining Scientology).

    thanks, owl & mnql
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  4. Zak McKracken Member

    I understand that most new WISE businesses have at least one IRL Scientologist as principal; but many seem to start with non-Sci onboard as well. And due to aggressive marketing, at least some non-Sci (but Sci-friendly) droids buy in as well.

    I don't see why they don't chuck it in the trash. Start-ups have enough problems, even without LRH's fangs buried in their ankle.
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  5. Zhent Member

    Wow, that is a hard hitting article! Hope this gets the ball rolling and other club members take notice.
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  6. Anonymous Member

    poon the clergy
  7. Anonymous Member

    I am going to poon Tiger woods,but he is busy pooning a hoe.
  8. Anonymous Member

    Launch the bleeding head of Arnold Palmer.
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  9. Anonymous Member

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  10. Anonymous Member

    While we have a few .mx Anons, there doesn't seem to be much intersection with Chanology.
    Spanish-speaking Chanons mostly (or all) aren't in .mx

  11. You're right, the most active Chanology anons are the Anonymous Argentina ones. The Mexican anons are more into Freedom of Information.

    Though it would be nice if someone *ahemSTRIXCOILahemSILLYahem* shared this to them.
  12. Anonymous Member

    I herd she threatened them already?
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  14. Zak McKracken Member

    where they = wogs, or a mix
    where they = Scientologists, whole-track Eternities would be at stake.
  15. Anonymous Member

    journalists in Mexico are brave beyond words
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  16. mnql1 Member

    Translation of a Spanish article posted on May 11, 2012 on the website of the weekly Mexican newsmagazine Proceso:
    Las represalias de una secta
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  17. Strixcoil Moderator

    ^ Oh god...that was some fast "ethics" there.

    Sharing this on the Taco forums.
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  18. Thank you, mnql1! <3!
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