Scientology Crime Syndicate

From: daveem@webtv.net (daveem m)
Date: Fri, 5 May 2000 00:04:43 -0700 (PDT)

I remember as some one new on staff, I had not yet learned all the dos and don'ts of free speech in scientology, and a couple of times I really got blasted for being to honest.

Once for telling a new member about the emeter and auditing. I was just so excited about it all, I wanted to shair what I knew, but I guess in scientology they wanted us to be very careful about telling to much to soon, brain washing and indoctrination must be done very slowly and with great precision.

One time our EDs wife came in our mission with a new woman she was trying to sell on scientology, and I walked up to her in front of this woman and asked, what time would you like me to come over to your home and wash your dishes? It seemed like an innocent enough question, after all, I was here personal dishwasher, but this looked bad as if I was a young scientology zombi who was being used to wash dishes. Hmm, why would it have looked that way?


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