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Scientology Targeting Yale Students and Staff

Discussion in 'Projects' started by Anonymous, Aug 23, 2012.

  1. Anonymous Member

    A friend of mine sent me a little gift in the mail the other day with a book mark on one of the advertisements in the new 2012-2013 Yale Student Staff Daily Planner.

    Imagine my surprise when I saw an ad for the Scientology Org in New Haven listed under Advising/Counseling.
    Also on the bottom left of the page is an add for Dianetics which reads:
    "YOU CAN BE HAPPY AGAIN"
    And gives the price for Dianetics ($21.27) of course where you can buy it. (at the org)
    I love how the ad reads
    "May you never be the same again"
    Ain't that the truth!

    I think Poons are in order not only YALE UNNIVERSITY www.campusyellowpages.com, (other contact info in the ad)
    But also to alert the higher ups at Yale.
    There are a LOT of wealthy families with their kids in Yale. Lots of wealthy staff members too.
    And Scientoligy obvioulsy wants a big piece of that Yale pie.

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  2. Anonymous Member

    Contact the yale student newspaper, this has the potential to cause a shitstorm...

    http://www.yaledailynews.com/

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  3. Anonymous Member

    great idea! ^^^^^
  4. RightOn Member

    Book burning is never a good idea
    It would be suppression of freedom of speech
    However, alerting people to the fact that Dianetics is SCIENTOLOGY is a much better way to go
    Notice the actual word Scientology does not appear in that add or lisitng!
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  5. Anonymous Member

    I called the number above they were not the least bit interested in hearing anything about it.
  6. Anonymous Member

    which number?
    and there are other routes to go
  7. Anonymous Member

    maybe if enough people called the number you called, they would change their mind
    what number did you call?
  8. If you are stupid enough to fall for Elrons crap you probably shoudn't be at Yale.
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  9. Anonymous Member

    Could someone clean-up the 3rd graphic ie. (take off the poon part). The University is interested that someone may be misrepresenting them however they need or want only Purely objective documentation. Having poon in there detracts from trying to get them to respond to this issue.
  10. RightOn Member

    so not true
    statically... people who join cults are smarter than the average Joe
    Don't forget there are MANY ways that people get into the COS.
    Their dentists, their chiro, WAY TO HAPPINESS, SAY NO TO DRUGS, their job has an employee betterment program... ect....
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  11. Anonymous Member

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  12. Oh I know. :)
    Scientology attracts brainiacs like nobodys business.

    Just hate to see the education wasted on a life in the cult.
  13. RightOn Member

    indeed Golden, indeed
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  15. Anonymous Member

    my friend said that they picked up the booklet for free at Yale. They said they took it because it was free and that there were coupons in the back of the book for places to eat and they were going out to lunch in town before heading back home.
    While flipping through the pages, they found that Dianetics ad.
  16. Anonymous Member

  17. Anonymous Member

    Did they tell you where at Yale, admissions, cafeteria, student services anything like that might be helpful.
  18. Anonymous Member

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  19. Anonymous Member

    I believe they said they were visiting Woolsey Hall or Woosley Hall? However you spell it or say it
    And that is where they picked it up. They siad there were stacks of them
  20. Anonymous Member

    The first spelling is correct thank you for the additional information:)
  21. DeathHamster Member

    And yet, they're using the Dianetics Foundation alias to avoid mentioning Church of Scientology. (As if people won't recognize Hubbard's name.)
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  22. Anonymous Member

    I work in a university area. It fucking kills me to see these kids,who have all qualified to attend a major american college, some of them very naive to american culture being hit up by mormons, moonies, chi gong, etc. Love bombed thousands of miles from home and support. It makes me ill.

    They advertise all the time here, but I see no boots on ground for scilons

    Nothing to do about the planner except contact the company that produces them. Won't help this year, but they may think twice about soliciting Dianetics for ad money in the coming year.
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  23. DeathHamster Member

    Maybe they should just bring it out in the open and have a Cult Pledge Week? (With anti-cult info too.)
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  24. wolfbane Member

    Of course not. School newspapers operate at the discretion of their faculty/admin advisers AND not advertisers, so they won't give two shits about anything that doesn't roll down hill from the higher on-campus powers that be.

    We need to know who the faculty adviser is for the Yale Daily News, and who sits on the "Yale College Council" from the logo on the front cover?
  25. Anonymous Member

    Explain to them it's a straight forward case of the mis-sale of goods and services in their magazine- ie an extremist group that radicalises people advertising that they can offer counselling
  26. Anonymous Member

    Ask them if they would be happy to accept advertising from a neo-nazi or KKK outfit?
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  27. Speaking of New Haven, I go to New Haven pretty often to visit friends. Any CT Anon's around? I'd go as a normal public (no mask or anything) but I have some sign designed and I'd really like to miniraid.
  28. Nope, it would be a political act that would enrage the scilon community and cause butthurt among all the clams.

    Fuck them, fuck their books, fuck LRH. Anonymous has all that shit available for free on the internet, so that anyone can read it without paying one thin dime to the cult of crime.
  29. Anonymous Member

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  30. Oh pleez.. Godwins?

    Nazis burned books because they wanted to censor ideas - Anonymous burns books after uploading them for all people of Earth to laugh at without ever having to pay a dime or even speak to a cult member.
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  31. Anonymous Member

    If you want to express your dislike of a book write a review. If you burn the book instead you just look like an idiot.
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  32. Anonymous Member

    back to COS targeting Yale students and staff
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