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Scientology Ethics – They Work!

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It’s fantastic to regain your powers of critical thinking and revisit the wonderful world of Scientology Ethics, minus the Kool-aid.  Let’s take the Suppressive Person as an example.

First, the definition itself was created to obscure and remove curiosity about another term from our minds.  Let’s see, isn’t there already a term that the “Wog” world uses for someone who is really evil?  Yes, it’s sociopath.  I found a nice profile for the sociopath on this page.    You’ll find the section below on that page if you visit.

Other Related Qualities:

  1. Contemptuous of those who seek to understand them
  2. Does not perceive that anything is wrong with them
  3. Authoritarian
  4. Secretive
  5. Paranoid
  6. Only rarely in difficulty with the law, but seeks out situations where their tyrannical behavior will be tolerated, condoned, or admired
  7. Conventional appearance
  8. Goal of enslavement of their victim(s)
  9. Exercises despotic control over every aspect of the victim’s life
  10. Has an emotional need to justify their crimes and therefore needs their victim’s affirmation (respect, gratitude and love)
  11. Ultimate goal is the creation of a willing victim
  12. Incapable of real human attachment to another
  13. Unable to feel remorse or guilt
  14. Extreme narcissism and grandiose
  15. May state readily that their goal is to rule the world
Read a book or two about L. Ron Hubbard, study Scientology, the Sea Org and “The Church”, and you’ll find evidence that Hubbard had all of these qualities.
So, let’s say you are a sociopath, and so you have no conscience and you want to get people under your control.  Let’s say also that you read a lot of psychology books (LRH had a lot of psychology books, lest anyone forget the wheelbarrow full of them his son rolled out onto the stage during th Clearing Congress lectures) and you know that your condition is well known to people in that field.  You wouldn’t want people reading about that, would you?  I can tell you that in all my years in Scientology, having never read what a sociopath was, I thought that the definition of a Suppressive Person certainly covered it.  In that way, just creating the definition and having that definition occupy the space in my mind for “how to tell if someone is evil”, acted as a powerful control mechanism.
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Written by scnethics

March 24, 2011 at 4:22 pm

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