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The Blowback of Disconnection Used Wrongly

Scientology’s disconnection policy not only destroys families, it harms Scientology. Disconnection is the wrong action when used against members who seek reform of internal corruption. That situation can be handled with internal, independent investigations. Continue reading

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A Fine Mess

An analysis of the Texas civil case of Monique Rathbun versus David Miscavige, Church of Scientology International (CSI) and others. This is a mess created by Miscavige’s usurpation of corporate checks and balances that were created and ordered implemented by Scientology’s Founder, L. Ron Hubbard. The mess can be solved by implementation of the checks and balances and internal investigations into the whistleblower claims of Misavige’s abuses. Continue reading

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Penn State Got It Right; Why Can’t We?

Fellow Scientologists. Have you been on the Internet lately? Turned on the TV? Listened to talk radio? Read the newspapers? Talked candidly to a non-Scientologist? If so, then you know that the already-bad PR on Scientology has worsened, and that … Continue reading

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