Scientology v. Registan

Support Registan,” by Chirol, Coming Anarchy, 2 July 2005, http://www.cominganarchy.com/archives/2005/07/02/support-….

Disturbing news from Registan, via Chirol, in its entirety

 

Webmaster extraordinaire and close friend of ComingAnarchy, Nathan of Registan.met, needs your help. Both Curzon and I have contributed so far. The link has the whole story as well as Asiapundit. Here’s a quick intro:

Rather than recount the whole tale, the past couple months have been extremely uncomfortable. They have included a vicious and nasty verbal attack on me from a Hubbard management consultant, plummet ting morale amongst coworkers (many have left), having my concerns dismissed by my boss, and much more. What really brought it to a head was my boss acting like the staff’s unhappiness and the concerns I brought to her about WISE and ABLE make her a victim of religious persecution. Let’s repeat that. Disagreement equals persecution. I was treated as the root of that persecution because I have shared my criticisms of Scientology with my coworkers. In other words, my negativity infected them–a truly insulting idea not only to me, but to my coworkers, who had plenty of problems without me saying a single word. I wouldn’t be surprised if I was formally thought of as a suppressive person. I certainly felt like I was being treated as one.

 

 

For more on the evils of Scientology, or just a good laugh, see the Wikipedia article.

 

One thought on “Scientology v. Registan”

  1. “Most famously, all of those who reach OT level III will learn about Xenu, the galactic tyrant who stacked hundreds of billions of his frozen victims around Earth’s volcanoes 75 million years ago before blowing them up with hydrogen bombs and brainwashing them with a “three-D, super colossal motion picture” for 36 days. The traumatised thetans subsequently clustered around human bodies, in effect acting as invisible spiritual parasites that can only be removed using advanced Scientology techniques. Reportedly, the cost of reaching OT III approaches $360,000″

    Gee, I wonder why they don’t mention that in the recruitment fliers they mail…

    My other favorite part from the Wikipedia article:

    “The word scientology has a history of its own. Although nowadays associated almost exclusively with Hubbard’s work, it was coined by the philologist Alan Upward in 1907 as a synonym for “pseudoscience””

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