So, one should lie? Wouldn't it be better and more effective - and better inoculate a person - to thoroughly describe Scientology, than to lie to the person about it? "There may be some good ideas in the introductory parts of Scientology but they're not representative of the rest of Scientology which is waste of time and often harmful." I'll just cut and paste this from an earlier post: When confronted by a person, who is in the process of being lured into Scientology, and has just pleasantly used his newly acquired "Comm Course" skills to establish communication with, and happily extrovert, a withdrawn little old lady neighbor, and is very pleased with himself about his good deed, and equally as impressed with his success applying the "tech," don't go on the person, because that probably won't help free him from the sucking power of Scientology. The fact is the little old lady did feel better, and was cheerfully extroverted. Recognize that, and then take it from there.