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« Reply #15 on: September 11, 2009, 11:46:19 PM »

I heard through the grapevine 2 days ago (sorry about the wait) that there is a mission reviewing freeloader debts. Not only are they reviewing them (because this has been done before) but they are canceling some peoples entire debt.
This is a fact. Not only did I hear this but it was confirmed from someone that I have contact with that is fully in (sadly).

This is a case by case situation though. It's not like they are cancelling all freeloader debts (yet). That would look even more odd if they did.
The only reason they'd be doing this is if they're hurting for more cash. Great news.

I'm sorry I can't give anymore details.

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 Legal reason for doing this!
Yeah, The reason they are doing this is because until they sort these people out - they are all potential legal threats.

I know of several people that have had their Freeloader debts completely cancelled - which is not saying much as they are illegal in California anyway.

If you know someone who has recently left, you will be quick to notice that these people are NOT being issued Freeloader debts at all. It is a big no no in the legal arena and the Scilons are treading very careful these days. They are also NOT issuing ANY SP declares period.

They are also going out of their way to very carefully track down people have blown the Sea Org in the last few months. Every single one is being tracked down, brought back, signing TONS of legal docs and in some cases being paid large amounts of cash to leave quietly. Yeah - that's right OSA - I know what you have been up to.

They are trying to chill these guys out so that their SOL run out and then they CAN'T sue the Scilons. The docs and cash are just a holdover so that these people will not turn ugly. With the Internet out there, someone blows and within months they could be totally deprogrammed and ready to sue for all the crimes that were committed and then the Scilons have a huge problem on their hands. The docs and cash buy them a few extra years, which in the legal arena is all it takes.

These days, blowing from the cult is not only easier than ever, you can get paid to do so if you play your cards right. Unless, you're at the Int Base, those guys are just plain screwed. I have some juicy plans for those guys in the works though. I would not count them totally out just yet.

I am sure we will see some of these people that were paid off float to the surface when they realize that the docs they signed are not only not binding, but they could stand to get a far larger amount of cash if they came forward.

Yep - OSA - running out of legal loopholes is a bitch ain't it?

Until next time...
BFG

http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?t=13468
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« Reply #16 on: December 28, 2009, 08:47:34 PM »

The latest Auckland org newsletter is out for December 2009.

It`s all about donating money to Miscavige`s real estate project.

Have you ever wanted to be called a "Humanitarian?"
Just write a cheque  for $100,000 to Miscavige.

Rather be known as a "Premier benefactor?" That`ll cost you $50,000.


There is a two page center spread of the FUNdraising held at
the "Idle Morgue" photos. I count 20 people in attendance.
Dressing up, putting on wigs and doing funny dances.

Same as last month...but way less people.

 I`ll bet anything you like they didn`t raise enough money
to pay for one of the shirts Miscavige wears.

You scios deprive your families of your hard earned money
for this bullshit ?

How is that ethical ?




 

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« Reply #17 on: January 01, 2010, 01:34:25 AM »

I'm glad the folks in the org are having a good time but I'm sad that they get folks demanding cash off them left right and center!
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« Reply #18 on: January 01, 2010, 08:32:36 PM »

All the people in the photo's doing FUNdraising should be KR'd for Out-Tech!  Scientology is supposed to keep it's viability by selling and delivering Scientology.
What a bunch of Squirrels!!
This is so pathetic it's funny.
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« Reply #19 on: April 12, 2010, 09:54:41 AM »

                      The latest Scientology NZ newsletter is out.

April 2010.

They have made emptying their public`s bank accounts into a GAME !!!

It`s a "Mission Impossible" theme game. ie. Wear sunglasses.

There are photos of the 20 victims dancing and smiling. Plus one baby.

" We have been briefed by "management": We have 4 months to raise
the funds to make this an Ideal Org.

Mission Purpose: To "clear New Zealand.
Task: $7 million in 4 months...This is not a mission impossible.
Below are some of the targets. If you have seen these people . Capture them and bring them in !"

photos...



I wish these guys would just step back and look at this in daylight.

If you had trouble scratching together the money to buy sunglasses,
you aren`t in the position to part with the sort of money Miscavige is demanding of you.

And if you think people aren`t coming in to Scientology because you
don`t have a pretty building... you delude yourself.

The money Miscavige is taking from you is clearly and legally "a gift."
No refund or repayment possible. Think about that next time
you are treated like a zero by the cult.


When this all falls apart you are going to feel pretty silly.
And your children will suffer for your stupidity.

" Daddy why did you give all your money to a man who is now in jail ???"

Time to wake up.  Ask the tough questions !!!










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« Reply #20 on: April 12, 2010, 12:20:48 PM »

Thanks IDCB.  Your last message needs to be put in the next News Letter that comes out of the Org.
I really hope for their sakes they wake up.
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« Reply #21 on: April 12, 2010, 04:44:33 PM »

http://leavingscientology.wordpress.com/

The first thing the Flim Flam Man did when he rolled into town was call a big meeting at the local Church.

“My friends, we’ve got Trouble,” he told the assembled congregation. “Trouble with a capital T and that rhymes with E and that stands for Expansion! Look at you, bursting at the seams!”

The congregation looked around at the half empty pews and wondered what the heck this stranger in the straw boater and bow tie was talking about.

“I’m talking about Expansion,” explained the Flim Flam Man. “I’m talking about the Future! I’m talking about building the biggest, most impressive church this town has ever seen, right in the middle of town! A church that will make people sit up and take notice!”

And with that, he whipped out a bunch of pictures that he’d gotten a starving artist to paint for him for a few bucks. “Just look at this,” he said, “It’s the biggest office building in town, a local landmark. And this is how it will look as your new church. Just look at those 20-foot stained glass windows! Look at that huge golden cross on the roof! It will be spectacular! It will be…what’s the word…ideal!”

“Well, it sure looks pretty,” said the Parson. “But we’re doing fine right where we are. We can’t afford a big building like that, and in fact our church policy forbids us from investing in property we can’t afford.”

“That’s old policy,” said the Flim Flam Man. “You’re looking at the past, not at the future. You have to stop thinking small – you have to think big!”

“How would we ever afford such a building?” asked a Businessman. “It costs millions of dollars.”

“Well, we can do it,” said the Flim Flam Man. “If you all empty your bank accounts, take out second mortgages on your houses, rob your children’s college funds, and sell your cars, we can make it.”

“You said ‘we’,” commented a Shopkeeper. “So how much will you be investing?”

“Me?” said the Flim Flam Man. “Well, I…that is…other commitments and so on…and after all, it’s your church, not mine…”

“How would we ever fill such a big building?” asked a Merchant. “It’s huge.”

“There you go, thinking small again,” said the Flim Flam Man. “Everyone knows that it’s a basic law of the universe that ‘if you build it, they will come.’ What’s the matter, didn’t you folks see Field of Dreams with Kevin Costner?”

“Well, I guess we could treat it as a real estate investment,” said a Realtor. “If we own it, we can always sell it when the market improves…”

“About that…” said the Flim Flam Man. “You wouldn’t actually own it. As soon as it was purchased, it would be turned over to the International Religious Holy Landlord Trust.”

“And who controls the Trust?” asked a Teacher.

“Well, that is…I do.” admitted the Flim Flam Man.

“Oh, so then you’d be responsible for upkeep, utilities, property taxes and renovations,” said the Businessman.

“No, actually, you’d still be responsible for those things, not me,” said the Flim Flam man. “After all, it’s your church!”

“Let me get this straight,” said the Banker. “We give you all of our money. You buy a huge, expensive building. We’re responsible for filling it up. We’re responsible for renovating it. We pay all the property taxes, utilities and upkeep. But we don’t own it, you do. And you can sell it whenever you want and pocket the money.”

A young boy raised his hand.

“Mister, I don’t know much about money and real estate and stuff, but it seems like you don’t put in any money, and you get everything, and we put in all the money and get nothing. That doesn’t seem fair.”

“But…but…you do get something,” the Flim Flam Man stammered, frantically grabbing some more of his paintings. “You get these great trophies and plaques, and you get status! Yes, that’s right, status! You get to call yourself things like ‘Contributorus Maximus’ and ‘Patronus Elitus,’ and…”

That was as far as he got. The Flim Flam Man was ridden out of town on a rail, and all of his pretty paintings burned.

“Oh, woe is me,” said the Flim Flam Man, as he sat in his seedy motel room, trying to clean the tar and feathers off his striped suit. “Woe is me! That’s the only con I know, and it’s so transparently criminal that even a child can see through it! Where, oh where, will I ever find a group of people that won’t ask me all those embarrassing questions? A group that is so trusting, so gullible, so dumb, that they will actually fall for it?”

Then he had a bright idea.

When he arrived in the next town, he headed straight for the local Church of Scientology.

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« Reply #22 on: May 08, 2010, 07:59:52 PM »

Anyone here involved with Scientology here in Auckland NZ around
1975 to 1980 ???

Do you remember Bruce Hardie-Neil ?

He was the guy running the public divisions for Auckland day.

So he would have been in charge of the body routing, testing area,
FSM`s and basic courses.

Tall guy , looked a bit like Han Solo from Starwars but walked more like Chewbacca.

Anyway according to the latest St Hill ANZO Newsletter, The Auditor,
Bruce has attested to New OT 5. Cause over life.

And look it only took 35 years. 
I guess Hubbard removing all arbitraries and then adding more,
and then Miscavige removing all arbitraries and then adding more,
was responsible for this streamlining up the bridge.

Cause over life !!! Can you imagine it ?






 

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« Reply #23 on: May 18, 2010, 04:06:14 PM »

              Meet some kiwi Scientologists on youtube.

Dana...  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeZANRON-vc

Paula ...  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0C_wzdJNZc

                 Meet a scientologist  Australia

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=%22meet+a+scientologist%22+Australia&aq=f

Meet a scientologist youtube search results...

 http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=%22meet+a+scientologist%22+&aq=f

Scientology works and it helps people.

Of course if it doesn`t work for you, it is because YOU have crimes which
we will find out about. !!!
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« Reply #24 on: May 18, 2010, 09:40:21 PM »

Why don't they mention Xenu, Lisa mcPherson and the endless phone calls they get for money?  i wonder if they are like a lot of Scientologists and screen their incoming calls because they are so sick of calls for money.  Are they OT's?  Does that mean they know all about Xenu and Body Thetans?  Are they cause over the MEST universe?  They seem "gleefully" happy but just look like zealots to me.
This is sad.  Wish they could see the other side.
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« Reply #25 on: May 22, 2010, 01:47:29 PM »

Auckland`s Idle Morgue is targeted to be opened at the same time as Sydney`s.
Early 2011.

"To pull this off by then, in mid June we have to have
completed the funding  of resource consent, and full
construction documents. That is what we are fundraising
for currently. The by early September we need the balance raised so the
renovations can begin.

We need you to get very creative, to flourish and prosper. and donate now !
Donations form is enclosed. Please fill in and return."


Pirate themed event is happening tonight.
Saturday evening 22nd May.
Guest speakers are Mary-Jane Burke and Len Collen. (OT VIII.)


$50 per ticket. $150 per family.
Time 6:30 PM for dinner.
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Do not expect to be briefed on the developments in Australia.

Do not expect to be briefed on the fact that Scientology
is being exposed worldwide as a criminal organization.

Remember it is a high crime to heckle a Scientology speaker.
Not a good idea to ask about these things.

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« Reply #26 on: May 22, 2010, 05:37:18 PM »

Pirate themed evening??  They won't even be able to afford costumes let alone donate to the Idle Morgue. Poor bastards.  I feel sorry for them.
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« Reply #27 on: May 24, 2010, 11:04:07 AM »

                          IMPORTANT.

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« Reply #28 on: May 24, 2010, 01:47:35 PM »

Your secret is safe with me Wendy.  :-)
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« Reply #29 on: June 02, 2010, 01:26:48 AM »

The latest from the org is that they have managed
to fleece two more families out of $100,000 each.
The latest two "humanitarians" are The Schamroth family
and Ian Gillott.

Each received a kauri wood carving which cost Miscavige nothing.

This is just so bloody evil.
These poor people think they are saving the world.
That, to me, is the worst type of scam.
I thought the tech was going to save the world.
How is it that now that an empty building will ?

Just look at the lack of logic...

That amount of money could have created an OT.
Someone who is cause over life.
Someone who could just make the ideal org
materialize for free.

Or don`t the OT levels work ?

If you are an OT.... why is this site still here ?






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