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Discussion in 'Evaluating and Criticising Scientology' started by Auditor's Toad, Jan 10, 2011.
I agree with you bts. Maybe that's why the FZ'ers don't get an anti viewpoint.
"Re: EVIL - I don't get it" - but you did grasshopper, we all did...
I find it odd that with all the purely fictional "implants" that one runs out as in "History of Man" through OT3, as they are evaluated to the pc, the concept of a "good vs. evil" implant was rarely given sufficient consideration nor addressed. Subsequent overts and evil intentions are harped upon in interrogation fashion, but underlying fiendish "do evil" implants were not looked at as much as the frivolous, nonsensical implants. I know that sounds controversial but it's like evil was being cultivated so Elron didn't want it run out on the grade chart. It's like he thought "better to let them be evil as they will then do my bidding as "do as I wilt shalt be the extent of their law". So Scientology itself became an evil implant by design, never to be exposed nor run out.... The most evil bastards I ever met was the blown SO member and his FSM brother that brought me into the fold. Just offered as a thought, not as a firm conclusion.
And so far as I know this is an unprecedented phenomenon.
There is similar stuff. My church in Boston is First Church, one of the oldest most venerable pulpits in the country. The church which sewed The Scarlet Letter on Hester Prynne in Hawthorne's novel. America's first great feminist was Anne Hutchinson who was expelled and eventually killed by Indians and was later rehabilitated. She is prominent in church history and has a statue on the Commonwealth Avenue Mall
Luckily, I found the nearest Exit before they discovered my SPness.