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Since some of the materials which describe the $cientology cult could be considered to be copywritten materials, I have censored myself and The Skeptic Tank by deleting any and all possible text files which describes the cult's hidden mythologies. I have elected to quote just a bit of the questionable text according to the "Fair Use" legal findings afforded to those who report. - Fredric L. Rice, The Skeptic Tank, 09/Sep/95 -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- From!!!!!uunet!! (Internet Access)! (Internet Access)!not-for-mail Mon Jul 10 17:01:25 1995 Path:!!!!!uunet!! (Internet Access)! (Internet Access)!not-for-mail From: (Steve M Whitlatch) Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology Subject: Re: Who gets on the RPF ? Followup-To: alt.religion.scientology Date: 7 Jul 1995 01:52:28 -0700 Organization: Internet Access, Chandler AZ. Lines: 60 Message-ID: <3tiskc$> References: <3ssjhl$> NNTP-Posting-Host: In article <3ssjhl$>, Tilman Hausherr wrote: >Is it true that only Sea Org members can get assigned on the RPF ? Perhaps the official RPF assignments can only go to Sea Org members . . . but I know that any org staff member can be busted down to doing only manual labor and menial tasks. It's done under the guise of forcing the staff member to ``work through the conditions'' and ``make amends.'' In the Phoenix org during the middle '70s, we had something like the RPF. But it was called the ``Project Force,'' not the ``Rehabilitation Project Force.'' Almost all new staff members were quickly assigned to the Project Force. > >If yes, what kind of punishment would be assigned to a management member >who has faked statistics or is downstat ? > Toilet cleaning . . . and other types of menial tasks that are supposed to be humiliating. This stuff is especially humiliating to top brass because only the type of person who works very very hard to gain power over other people excels in the criminal cult of scientology. For them to lose their power is the most traumatic thing that can happen to them. The power over others (mostly other staff) is based in falsehoods, conmanship, button-pushing, and standard terrorists tactics (note that staff are regularly coerced into signing notarized statements of guilt for real and imagined crimes, that staff are regularly threatened with a freeloader debt, that staff are threatened with an SP declare and the fair game bullshit, and that staff are systematically brainwashed and deprived of contact with non-scientologists, etc.). And don't forget that PC folders are culled for sensitive information that can be used against the unwary. Scientology ethics officers commonly enjoy gathering confessions of sex stuff, stuff like bestiality (who, what, when where, how, why, run through it again), real vouyeristic like. They're all a bunch of vouyers. Auditing is like vouyerism. How do I know? Well, because I was on staff for a while and because while on staff, one of my posts was Director of Technical Services, a post in which I was responsible for the care and protection of PC folders. The care and protection is fake. Anyone with the clout can get at 99 per-cent of the PC folders. Resistance=futility. Some folders are special, but even OT folders were not kept especially secure. Oh yeah . . . and the places where the folders were stored always tended to invoke strong feelings of naughtiness and nastiness (PC folders take up large rooms in storage). I've known of Case Supervisors getting busted for fucking auditors and interns in their ivory towers. Must have been all those dog-fucking confessions getting them overly excited. I bet we can find plenty of scientology-related sex scandals if we really want them. I'm not making this up.


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