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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Diane Richardson)
Subject: Re: == CHANGES CAN HAPPEN ==
Date: Mon, 25 Dec 1995 23:31:38 GMT
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email@example.com (-Albatross-) wrote:
> As an outspoken member of the psychiatric community,
"Psychiatric community"? Gimme a break.
> do you really have any personal, first-hand experience
> with the application of Scientology to handle unwanted
> conditions and disabilities in your own life, or have
> you just formed your opinion on what other people have
> said/written on the subject?
For nearly a year now, I have witnessed the unsuccessful
attempts of numerous Scientologists[tm], including the "Church's"
leaders, to handle this newsgroup. Helena Kobrin, Andrew Milne,
and Cory Brennan have repeatedly tried to apply the tech to the
people who comprise a.r.s. and have inerrantly made utter fools
of themselves with their efforts.
The "tech," which claims to enhance the communication
capabilities of those who practice it, is completely incapable of
dealing with the simple written communications of a Usenet
newsgroup. Literally every Scientologist[tm] posting to this
newsgroup has provided ample proof that the "Church" is a morally
and ethically bankrupt "applied religious philosophy."
Scientology[tm] claims that the proof of the tech's workability
is evident in its application to daily life. When judged by the
"Church's" own criteria, the tech is a total failure.
No thoughtful individual would *ever* waste money on such a
flimflam after seeing its faults so amply demonstrated on a.r.s.