(Wog) Squirrel Busters cameraman blows the whistle on Scientology!

Discussion in 'Independent Scientology' started by hushpuppy, Aug 6, 2011.

  1. hushpuppy Member

    More excellent reading here:
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  2. timthephoto Member

    WOW, just WOW.
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  3. Sponge Member

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  4. 3rdMan Member

    And so Squirrel Busters are exposed thanks to another ex.
  5. Tangerine Member

    Thanks, OP. I see the retention problems aren't just with clients, it's with photojournalists too. And everyone else.
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  6. Sponge Member

    inb4 Village Voice blog headline: "Squirrel Busters Busted".
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  7. Ann O'Nymous Member

  8. Ackerland Member

    They don't even have enough cultists to man the cameras anymore:

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  9. Anonymous Member

  10. Ackerland Member

    Yeah .. I thought it would fit in media and didnt look in the marty situation room. My bad.
    Please move OP to the other thread. This post can be deleted
  11. LocalSP Member

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  13. Rheinländer Member

    “the most ethical group on the planet" @work and helps people. Keep Shit Working! *lol*
  14. BLiP Member

    No, Marty. You had nothing to do with creating the monster - its primary functions and processes were laid down in great detail by L Ron Hubbard in the 1960s. You and your mate Rinder were just temporarily directing its actions.
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  15. moarxenu Member

    The article by is Mark Collette at the Corpus Christi Caller-Times. It is one of the finest cult-related pieces of investigative reporting I have ever seen. Great work, Mark. Moar pl0x.
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  16. sooleater Member


    what going on there?
    is osa full hand or what?
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  17. xenubarb Member

    Not an ex. Camera for hire. Also 'o hai AMA!'
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  18. RightOn Member

    YUMMY totally YUMMY

    I like at the end where Fairman says "I've now looked into the history of (church founder L. Ron) Hubbard and found some interesting things about him. I'm looking to get the whole picture. For 23 years, I was just blind."

    keep looking Mike, keep looking
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  19. DeathHamster Member

    Oh hey, I'll give Marty a mark for admitting some personal responsibility. (He's not quite there yet. How about apologizing to the former members targeted while he was directing it, rather than shucking off all the blame on Davie?)
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  20. DeathHamster Member

    High hopes, he's got hiiigh hopes....

    Somehow I doubt that Scientology's short bus holds that many people these days.
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  21. subgenius Member

    fify, no charge
  22. DeathHamster Member

    Apologizing comes before making amends. Contrition is one of those Step programs...
  23. RightOn Member

    Oh calling Ortega!!
    Hey Tony! this is one of the best yet!
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  24. Anonymous Member

    "This of course is in reference to the old 1960s days of trying to get somewhere by hitch hiking"

    Of course. scientology stuck in 50's, miscavige stuck in the 60's. stunted growth all around
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  25. Anonymous Member

    Let's see now. In the middle of the Great Recession, actual unemployment/underemployment around 20% mark, cost of living spiking, wages stagnant, benefits vanished, and still...

    with scientology's crazy is now straight up and vertical at highest evers, they can't get any takers at $2,000 a week.

    Now That's the headline! I'm more impressed with other parts in this article, but to the average American sweating it out will see that even for $2,000/week, just videograph work, wog Just Says No!

    I feel like he should get some kind of award. lol
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  26. grebe Member

    One of several questions Mr. Allender pretended to answer, but didn't. Made his brain seem a bit scrambled.

    It's a very good question. I really would like to know what is involved in certifying an e-meter. Is it a religious method involving something like prayers to LRH on Target 2? Or is it a physical process involving ohm meters and such?

    What happens if an auditor's e-meter fails the certification process? Do they send out letters to preclears warning them that their "rundowns" or whatever were done on sub-standard equipment?
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  27. DeathHamster Member

    A "Silver Cirt" of meters is supposed to be done every two years at Gold.
  28. Anonymous Member

    physical maintenance. who knows if any was actually done. Maybe changed a battery, and of course hundreds of $$$ for this precise tech. most of all, it was (shock warning) another money grab and also control mechanism, especially those not physically in an org. It gave them up to date address, phone, marital status, bridge status so they can be regged moar.
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  29. hushpuppy Member

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  31. grebe Member

    "Physical maintenance" eh? Looking it over to make sure the knobs work basically? Seems like anyone of average intelligence and familiarity with the product could do that.

    I don't see why Allender makes a big deal out of the certificate thing.
  32. Anon PTS Member

    Because a> he's a scilon; b> he's an asshole.
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  34. Sponge Member

    Btw, just to make it clear, that Q&A pdf will not really be Allender answering (not on his own anyway). The journalist wanted to interview Allender but he wouldn't or wasnt' allowed because he's an idiot, chosen for his blind obedience, bull-baiting tech quals and not for his ability to talk to "wogs" spontaneously and in a reasonable manner (as we've seen from numerous protest videos). The carefully considered answers were probably done by committee.
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  35. Sponge Member

  36. Anonymous Member

    Wot, no signed Non-Disclosure Agreement?

    Welcome to the RPF.
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  37. Anonymous Member

    He was absolved by his auditor in session, ergo, no crimes committed.
  38. Anonymous Member

    To be a Scientologist, one proves it by paying the necessary donations and taxes to the 'culch', then reports it dutifully to IRS, who rejoin, "Yes, he's certainly a Scientologist".

    This is true all the way down to paying for the E-meter biannual Silver Cert. They swap out the battery and blow the inside out with compressed air at Gold and call it "maintenance".
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  39. Sponge Member

    Internet: 1, Scientology: 0
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