By Chuck Beatty
10 May 2006
Heady concept: "freedom"
LRH in his
brash sloppy ignorance redefines words extensively, witness the
dictionaries, chock full of absurdly high-sounding grossly
inadequate and odd redefinitions.
When I supervised courses, the smarter administrative
trainees repeatedly politely suppressed their disbelief at LRH's
inadequate and oddball thoughts that are presented as
definitions in those dictionaries.
LRH is a compulsive no-answerer, weaver of false hopes,
misdirector off valid criticism of his ideas, and offers inane
concepts of "freedom" and makes — through his penalty
rules — his faithful to buy into his world of
requisite conformity to his views, or else faithful are
penalized, his prolific array of misdemeanors, crimes and high
crimes that faithful must dodge or be ultimately ousted and
excommunicated never to get a shot at LRH's claims of "freedom."
Scientology is a one-man-band self-contained self-enforced
faulty system, that validates faithful adherents for being "on
source" and penalizes followers for being "off source."
There are so overwhelming numbers of crimes and penalties LRH
wrote for being off-source, out-tech,
other-intentioned, false-data-prone, evil-purposed,
squirrel. The longer one reads LRH, the more the "channels"
for keeping in
ethics appear out of his writings to keep one going right
down HIS idea of how to get to "freedom."
LRH's "research" proved LRH's conclusions were correct, and
thus the errors and faults are NEVER with LRH.
It is now permanently set up, no altering of it all is
allowed. Followers stay "on source" or they fall off the bridge,
and won't get their "freedom."
Keeping Scientology Working more
and in Safeguarding Technology policy letters say it about as
clearly as any policies.
That's LRH's road to freedom and truth.
Challenging LRH directly on his claims is suppressive, about
as suppressive as one can be.
Yet, that is what unfortunately is the real truth, and the
real freedom that an individual gives up, when they go into
One is punished for disagreeing too harshly with LRH.
That's wrong. One loses one's freedom when LRH's rules punish
one for disagreeing with LRH.
LRH's ideas lead to LRH's definition of freedom, which works
for those in tune with LRH's world of ideas that align with
LRH's views on freedom for mankind.
Scientologists become faithful Scientologists and gain the
group comraderie and friendship by concluding for themselves
that LRH's views are rock solid facts, and the group and LRH
validate those that do so.
The higher one rises in the movement, the more of LRH's
writings and orders one gets exposed to.
Int staff get
exposed to even greater volumes of LRH's opinions about
administrative details of all aspects of the bureaucracies and
his plans for all of the whole Scientology movement and LRH's
Same pattern over and over, people get
data stripped, audited, disagreement checks (remember them?
used to be part of the Danger Condition Handling), their
out-ethics why's found, service facs handled, and if you are
"bad" enough and utter some "false vilification of a well
intentioned person" you become RPF more
bait and are headed for the "Truth Rundown" (doubt you will know
of that great tech, but you must have heard of it, it is what
gets you 180 degrees reversed on any disaffection and "black
propaganda" you might have uttered or communicated in some way.
LRH's tech and ethics writings lead a faithful follower to
align their views with LRH's views, and when that is done, all
Lost in this shuffle is one's freedom to be honestly in
disagreement with LRH, as that's not an LRH allowed option.
It's off source to be off source. And being in disagreement
with "good" LRH ideas leads to
false purpose rundown,
Truth Rundown, false data stripping, more of the above, ousting,
excommunication, etc., in various combinations and sequences.
LRH's unstated views are that his views about it all are the
best mankind has come up with in all of history.
That is NOT born out when one compares the 56 years so far of
the Scientology movement to reality.
That's again why I suggest Roadrunner get a few Sunday New
York Times, and read them cover to cover, or get a 3 month
Compare the ideas being tossed around, in the NY Times Book
Review, in the NY Times Magazine, in the NY Times Week In
Review, in the other sections of the Sunday NY Times, and do
that for a couple months. Get a grip of the ideas and minds that
are dealing with the world's problems, and the discussions about
the major issues of today.
Compare how those people talked about are dealing and writing
books about life.
It is quite humbling when you do this. LRH will be brought
down to size if one does what I suggest.
Long time Scientologists usually realize things are NOT going
the way LRH claimed they would be, and they usually come to
terms with LRH's decades of hype about his ideas and usually
they admit the lack of results, and get a glimpse of how things
are NOT turning out as grandly as LRH hopefully says they will
if people just "follow" his "carefully marked path."
It is no shame to recognize the world as it really is, and
see LRH in correct perspective.
It's pretty simple to do so, just start reading a bit outside
the box, and the New York Times Sunday edition is a good start.
Ex-Sea Org (lifetime staffer, 1975-2003)
Join XSO and network to old Sea Org friends:
412-260-1170 (I'll be happy to network anyone to anyone)
(media call me from time to time, and I will network anyone to
media so people with firsthand experiences can anonymously or
publicly help expose things that obviously should be changed
inside the movement.)