Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Japan 311 Nuclear Disaster Anniversary Law of Psychological Entropy

One Taiwanese was impressed by the Japanese.  A football field was full of people evacuating.  The order was perfect.  No chaos, no shouting, no arguing, no nothing.

But I would say that a lot of them are just speechless, "I voted whoever you wanted.  I listened to you all my life without question.  I was never late to work.  Now you screwed my DNA big time, the whole track, even if it survives the next generation."

There is a rule in psychology that I don't remember how to spell.  But it's similar to entropy in science.  People believe what will minimise their apparent losses.

People in the nuclear industry will believe that the reactors are safe, that the company and government will take care of everything.  If they don't believe, they have to become unemployed sooner or later.  The same with local people who will suffer economic destitute.

You can believe that beef are safe, because you can have cheap and tasteful meals, and that you still have the government to take care of you.

Unfortunately, truth and belief are different things.  The wrong believe will cost you much more at the end.

If I were in the Sea Org, I would quit right now no matter the cost.  You may lost everything that you worked for your whole life.  But if you don't, at best you will end up like Debbie Cook, raised to the top, beaten and tortured.  Out on her own at retirement age with nothing.  And it's not just her.  Most of the executives since LRH's time are declared, a much higher proportion of SP's in the church than in the general population according to Ron. At her generation of American dreams, she certainly would have been much happier without Sea Org and without Scientology.

You hope things may change, but it won't if you stay put and don't do anything.

The same goes for org staff.  They don't close orgs, but many staff have 2nd jobs to pay for food.  At the end they will send in the Sea Orgs to keep it open.  Bean and rice don't cost that much.

If you think dauntless and defiant is the way to go, it will cost you more everyday.  You will pay for it at the end.

Steven Jobs will compromise and sell anything to make a profit.

It's even harder to accept that Scientology is a scam.  Even Debbie Cook can't wake up.  I doubt if the "miracles" she witnessed worth what she suffered.  I'm sure the victims that she came across are less than the tip of the iceberg.  And yes, blame everything on David Miscavige allows you to still have Scientology.

The truth is out there if you pay attention.  When California milk are on huge sale because of nuclear fears, Taiwan media named the 311 event Strong Earthquake.  When your number one priority is to go zero in domestic nuclear energy, the media complained that Taiwan representatives are not invited in the earthquake anniversary. 

Now you know banning American beef is not enough, a great step though if you can.  The toxic drug will come from everywhere, banned or not, labelled or not.  You should have supported Wikileaks.  That's why the American politicians hate it so much.  Anything that can go wrong can go wrong, including governments.  You got to let the truth out when it happens.

The church of Scientology confession: we lied for Ideal Org donations

Will the church of Scientology ever allow the Ideal Org Taiwan to finish?  In October 2012?  This will be like giving the Taiwanese an independent church of Scientology.  Very unlikely, unless you guarantee somehow to pay huge amounts for years to come, and the threat of mutiny is big enough.

Any person of importance in SCN should have seen the beautiful Ideal Org in Israel on DVD.

The church testified in court that it's a lie, to make it look good for donors.  They church said that they didn't show that the Ideal Org is far from finished.  It's all about donations.

It's a long story.  The church in Israel used a middle man to buy and restore an Ideal Org, so nobody knows that it's Scientology.  This middle man ran into financial trouble, resorted to using bombs to kill.  He is in jail and on trial.  The builder wasn't paid and tried to foreclose on the Ideal Org to recover debt.  The church refused to pay because they claimed that the Org was far from finished.

The church will not give control of the Ideal Org to anybody who is at risk of blowing or being independent.  You have to be in the Sea Org for over 18 years, or have enough dirty secrets known to the church that you can be totally controlled.  If COB send you to the RPF, you are expected to obey.  Rich and powerful mission holders are out of the question.  They killed the mission movement in the 80's so as not to compete with the church.

There are no competence persons left around COB to handle anything.  If you get any decisions to go ahead, that's delaying tactics.

Staffing is another impossibility.  99% of Sea Org gets less than $50 per week no matter what.  They may have bean and rice, a bunk bed, and medical insurance only if the law mandates.  Staff don't even have that guarantee.  Because of low income, many staff and even ED have to moonlight, such as driving taxis.

Taiwan Ideal Org could be successful.  It would be like Flag without the need for the thousands of Sea Org slave that keep it running.  But this will set a good example - scientologists worldwide will want their independence.

Taiwanese auditors are in it for the money.  They wish to charge more money than a doctor but without a degree.  They will stay FSM.  And that's why the church killed the mission movement long ago.  The only job of missions now is to send golden eggs laying goose to the church for slaughtering.

Sea Orgs in TW, if there are any, are very low profile.  It's hard to keep their miserable life from public.  Or keep their exceptional life from the rest of the world.

So, give me reasons that you will have an Ideal Org this year.  Show me some real pictures, not brochures and simulations.

Scientology in Israel: Arson, Attempted Murder, Foreclosure, General Paranoia -- And a Visit by the Voice!

Monday, March 5, 2012

The death of Narconon?

US Narconon Freedom Center recently offered Christian Addiction Treatment.  This is desperation beyond comprehension.  No Christian church will endorse it.  Most of the study in the Narconon course are Scientology scriptures.  Hubbard's written words are either sci-fi or scripture.  The cult made sure of it for the religious protection.  I don't even know if there are exceptions.

The tsunami against Narconon in Canada continues.  The con is now exposed on a major newspaper.  When no doctors are allowed to have any connection with Narconon, I don't see how it survives.  It only takes one victim who won't take the blood money and settle.

Saturday, March 3, 2012

French court upholds Scientology organized fraud conviction

Paris Feb 2, 2012.  The Church of Scientology has lost it's appeal for the 2009 convictions, which includes organised fraud, dispensing medicine without license.  The penalties are upheld with some increases in fines.

It is not know how the cult can carry on operations in France, continuing the dangerous purification rundown, and promising members enhanced abilities.

This is perhaps significant to some Scientologists in some 3rd world countries, saying that "we believe in innocence until proven guilty".  They are proven guilty.  Now scientologists are saying that it's religious prosecution.  Well, I would say that if the government is prosecuting you, they don't need put up such a clumsy show.  People are afraid of the cult because they have unlimited budget in suing people.  The cult exists because of the courts.  You cannot have it both ways.

There are much more in the court proceedings to observe than the verdicts.  In this case, there are no individual witness any more.  The cult paid them enough to settle and there went your donations, your credit card debts and your mortgage.  They fight hard to exclude organisations as plaintiffs, one for the protection of families against cults, and the official French anti-cult organisation.  Hubbard never had any tech to convince other people, no debate, no communication, no philosophy whatsoever.

Failing the above, cult lawyers walked out of the court, knowing that they will lose.  After the verdicts, about 50 (!) Scientologists protested outside the court.  The man in the picture isn't a member of Anonymous, but a Scientologists.  This further demonstrated that the cult is a closed group, and such group will self destruct one way or another.  The protests wouldn't have any positive effect on anybody except Scientologists.

"French court upholds Scientology fraud conviction" — CBS MoneyWatch, February 2, 2012