Scientology Violence and Abuse trickled down from the top

Karen#1

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Hubbard goes violent on Otto Roos
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Two days passed before a messenger told Roos he was wanted by the Commodore. From the moment the Dutchman entered Hubbard's office, it was apparent the Commodore had made a dramatic recovery. Hubbard leapt up from his desk with a roar and struck out at Roos with his fist, following up with a furious kick. He was shouting so wildly that Roos was unable to make out what he was saying apart from that it was something to do with the "discreditable reads." Mary Sue was sitting in the office with a long face watching what was going on. When Hubbard had calmed down a little he turned to her and asked her, as his auditor, if he had ever had "discreditable reads." Mary Sue's expression did not alter. "No sir," she said, "you never had such reads."


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HelluvaHoax!

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Hubbard goes violent on Otto Roos
Excerpt:

Two days passed before a messenger told Roos he was wanted by the Commodore. From the moment the Dutchman entered Hubbard's office, it was apparent the Commodore had made a dramatic recovery. Hubbard leapt up from his desk with a roar and struck out at Roos with his fist, following up with a furious kick. He was shouting so wildly that Roos was unable to make out what he was saying apart from that it was something to do with the "discreditable reads." Mary Sue was sitting in the office with a long face watching what was going on. When Hubbard had calmed down a little he turned to her and asked her, as his auditor, if he had ever had "discreditable reads." Mary Sue's expression did not alter. "No sir," she said, "you never had such reads."


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I absolutely LOVE the fact that in 1967 Hubbard was thoroughly intoxicated with buying multiple ships and mansions and having tons of dough rolling in due to just releasing his "WALL OF FIRE" OT III breakthrough.

And now that he had solved the "final barrier to OT" (and the final barrier to being personally broke) Hubbard was riding so high that he thought it was quite normal to have his "philosophical" and "spiritual" congregation competing for mest money cash commissions!

LOL, priceless!

Can anyone even imagine a world in which the OT levels produced an OT. If that was true, it would be ludicrous beyond belief to need to incentivize Scientologists to get new members by paying them cash.

If even one (1) was produced in 70 years, there would be no "FSM" or cash prizes to promote for new members. There would be waiting lists and waiting lines outside of orgs that stretched for miles.


The first moment that the first penny was paid to the first FSM was tantamount to a full confession that the tech did not work!

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