2004-02-21 00:57:09 UTC
It's been my experience that the way things are outline in that
book is not the way things happen in the real world. I was "shot down"
in Scientology without being presented with any evidence against me or
being confronted by my accusers or even knowing who they were. I'm not
really even sure what they are accusing me of, I have only been able
to guess. Unfortunately, I can't reveal here what my guess is as to
what they are falsely accusing me of or go into any greater detail
about what happened because it would only help the OSA agents reading
this article to identify who I am. I wasn't able to get anybody to
listen to my plea of innocence or give me a chance to prove my
innocence. Believe me, I went through a lot of trouble trying, much
more trouble than should be necessary to get things resolved and yet
it still wasn't. All they did was try to "handle" me by trying to tie
me up, waste my time or give me the "run around" just like the OSA
trolls do on this newsgroup.
Is this what L. Ron Hubbard wanted us to believe was the way
justice should be? It states in the book "Introduction to Scientology
Ethics" and in his policies regarding ethics about always leaving the
door cracked for someone who has fallen out of favor with Scientology,
I found that this too was not the case. I've also heard about of term
"silent declares" somewhere. I also thought that before a person gets
declared he would be notified of such in writing, now I'm beginning to
wonder if that's false also. It seems to me the book "Introduction to
Scientology Ethics" was written to get the reader to misidentify the
Church of Scientology as a church with a fair justice system. In my
own experience, this was not the case. Even "wog" justice systems in
the world will at least present you with the evidence against you or
tell you who your accusers are. I cant even get that from the people
who claim to have the greatest justice system in the world. If the
justice system worked the way it is claimed in their ethics books and
policies, what I did earlier to get things straightened out should
have worked. The very fact that I'm here posting this article proves
that it does not. If the Church of Scientology doesn't follow what is
written in the book "Introduction to Scientology Ethics, what can you
do about it?
"OSA Stands for: (O)ffice of (S)uppressive (A)ssholes"
If you want to know what Scientology doesn't want you
to know, take a look these posts that I've put up earlier on
this newsgroup. (That's if the Church of "Suppress Free Speech"
hasn't illegally cancelled them)
"How to spot the OSA members on this newsgroup"
"How you know you've just read phony criticism created by Scientology"
"Scientology's Plan to Stop Critics & Criticism on this newsgroup"
"The key to how Scientology is handling this newsgroup"
"Why you should stay away from Scientology"
"The FAQ for Alt.Religion.Scientology"
"Names the Church of Scientology is posting under on this newsgroup"
"Tactics OSA uses to stop critics on this newsgroup"
"The Magical Transformation of Church Member into Critic"
"How Scientology is playing both sides of the coin"
"The Church of Scientology's Decoy System"
"When does a Scientologist cease to be a Scientologist?"
"Some different Ways to "Handle" Scientology"
"How Scientology Traps New Members"
"Scientology's Trick to keep people from REAL criticism"
"Weaknesses of the Church of Scientology"
"How Scientology creates identity confusion"