"What is Wrong with Scientology" - The Book

Discussion in 'Independent Scientology' started by Anonymous, Jun 21, 2012.

  1. Anonymous Member

    The "real" scientology is all the tricks used by all Liverlips to create a group that venerated him. And it worked, for a while.
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  2. Anonymous Member

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  3. Tourniquet Member

    Maybe, but the purpose what not necessarily the veneration of Hubbard, though this was a necessary (to Hubbard's ego) side effect. The purpose was to surreptitously break people's wills. Scientology has been successful in accomplishing this.
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  4. BLiP Member

    Nothing controversial in that statement. As, perhaps, the most intricate long con in history, Scientology works a treat by using lies and hypnosis to distract from the fraud. Billions of dollars have been amassed, hundreds of thousands of suckers ripped off, justice perverted, governments manipulated into protecting it, academics/authors/public authorities bribed/ARCed into defending it, and, even though Ron has gone, the con goes on. Sixty years they've been pulling this off. Of course it works.
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  5. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Sure, Scientology works... less and less all the time, now that ours has become the first civilization in the history of the universe to have ever developed a democratic global communication system (the Internet).

    How do I know that, you ask? Quite simple: the thetan we knew as L. Ron Hubbard remembered thousands of lifetimes across numerous worlds, yet failed to anticipate the development of the cult-killing Internet even though it was actually already partially developed while he was still alive.

    He also didn't see David Miscavige coming.

    Remarkable gaps in foresight for someone of such spectacularly vast whole track experiences. Why, it almost makes me wonder if... nah, that sort of entheta has no place in my mind. I'm no suppressive.
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  6. Ron B DED Member

    A true suppressive never thinks he's suppressive.
  7. JohnnyRUClear Member

    The one man in the world who never thinks he's a suppressive is an SP?
  8. Ron B DED Member

    You referring to Marty? (I was a trained Ethics Specialist btw)
  9. JohnnyRUClear Member

    No, I was borrowing a phrase from the guy whose training you got.
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  10. Anon-sky Member

    Omg, that killed me! :p
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  12. Zippty1981 Member

    Read it (the review), Marty is still delusional it really is somewhat sad in a way. All this is about is Eastern (thousands of years old) religion regurgitation (although Zen practiced in private, for Free is worth reading)) with maybe a little Jung thrown in along the way. To be enslaved your entire life by a circus showman, not the way I would want to go out or his current/former followers rubbish.
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  15. Clamosaurus Member

    OH Dear, no wonder Martyr hates Gerry. Nice post^ Nony.

    Martyr, blame Miscavige all you like. Hubbard created the hate group, he created YOU to create other HATERS to do his dirty work. Even long after that disgusting dog hubbard died(yeah Martyr, he died involuntarily), scientology peddles hatred and intolerance not unlike other nutballs throughout history perpetuating inhumanity upon others.

    I have high hopes of smashing my name into history so violently that it will take a legendary form even if all books are destroyed. --LRH letter to his then wife Polly(Grubb) 1938

    You made the history books ol' man, just prolly not how you wanted....a dead con-man


    Don't worry Martyr, you too will also make the history books.....just not as the savior of hubbard's "total freedom trap". You trying to save scientology is akin to trying to stop an anvil from sinking in the ocean.

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  16. Anonymous Member

    Marty Rathbun thinks that fifty years of being conned has made him an expert.

    He has completely failed to realize that being conned for fifty years has made him an idiot.
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  17. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Yeah, but an expert idiot.
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  18. Ron B DED Member

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  19. alvin Member

    What is Right With Scientology?
    the only thing i can think of, is they spelled thier made-up name right
  20. JohnnyRUClear Member

  21. The entire Orthography div. of Anonymous has your back, Johnny. We've taken major hits like this in the past, but the fight goes on!
  22. Anonymous Member

    Marty is posting crap from his book on his blog post after post. Really psuhing it.

    Going back to the argument about if practicing Scientology in or out of the COS is still dangerous or not, here is a comment that disturbed me, I certainly hope that this poor kid got more help then her stupid "touch assists".
    48 days?

    Lynne | July 30, 2012 at 6:18 pm | Reply
    Hi FOTF–when my nephew fell from a tower and “broke his crown” like Humpty Dumpty, I got out the assists packs and listed every assist that might help, and ran them on him for 48 days. I just used the pack itself as the C/S, and my previous auditor training PLUS the absolute intention to save his life and wits. So I know the feeling you are talking about.

    And le'ts not forget that these Indies have kids and are having kids! The mindfuck will spread to those poor kids who didn't have a choice!
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  23. DeathHamster Member

    At least they don't have a Cadet Org to dump them in, so far.
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  24. neither does the "church" anymore ..... does that mean we have to stop taking them down?
    what is up with you always defending marty?
  25. DeathHamster Member

    You haven't been paying attention, have you?
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  27. fishypants Moderator

    I would enjoy reading that book.

    And becoming the next cult messiah.

  28. Anonymous Member

    Marty's book is what 118 pages?
    If someone wrote a book called "What is Right Scientology"
    it would have been one page.
    That page would read NOTHING.
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