Scientology Disconnection policy that ought to be written


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Scientology Disconnection policy that ought to be written.

Although this is from the South African Independent Scientology blog Scientlogists getting back in comm, I'm placing it in the "general" area because it really doesn't concern Independent Scientology as such.

While the post is interesting, what is more interesting and important are the comments on the Scientlogists getting back in comm blog. First, because of their substance. Secondly, and more importantly, because they were not censored. Please consider visiting the Scientlogists getting back in comm blog and reading the comments

Disconnection policy that ought to be written
Another policy Miscavige ought to write, by Motti Morell


MCO Policy Letter of August 6th, 2014

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Despite the bad PR our disconnection policy has suffered from the growing hordes of squirrels, I can assure you that disconnection policy is our number one survival point.

A recent confidential poll conducted among Scientologists in good standing has shown conclusively that if disconnection was dropped as a policy, 78% of all Scientologists would walk out on the Church.

Independent Scientology is gnawing at our clientele with the lure of cheaper rates and softer ethics. Our saving grace is the fact that most Scientologists have family members, friends, employers, employees and business associates in the Church. Fear of disconnection keeps them within the fold. Most of them do not want to be separated forever from their loved ones, fired from their jobs, lose their businesses and their livelihood.

Furthermore, they do not want their loved ones to get into trouble, heavy ethics, Sec-Checks or have their bridge progress blocked.

So those 78% who are disaffected with the Church grit their teeth and keep their mouths shut and stay in. They don’t even share their thoughts with their closest relatives and friends for fear it will all come out in the confessionals with dire consequences to everyone involved.

I must commend those 78% for withholding their critical thoughts; Responsibility is ‘able to withhold’ (HCOB 21 Jan 1960, RESPONSIBILITY) and these individuals do it for the greatest good.

That’s why, with all the attacks we endure, we still manage to keep our membership and stream of donations waning at a moderate rate rather than crashing down at once. Had the disconnection policy been canceled, as a certain SP long since removed attempted it at one time in the past “in order to get good PR”, the Church of Scientology would have come plummeting to oblivion.

Therefore, the policy of disconnection is reaffirmed here with a vengeance, as it is just about the only glue that keeps us more or less intact.

Pain of disconnection is our lifeline. Use it.

David Miscavige


Motti, at one time, posted on ESMB.

Apparently, he still believes that Hubbard really did discontinue disconnection in 1968.

He does a pretty good job of twisting the truth in his parody.

Note that the Scientology Organization that would come plummeting down without disconnection is the Scientology organization with altered, off-Source, tech.

An on-Source, in-tech, Scientology organization would expand and be wildly popular, so this line of thinking goes.

I haven't the patience to follow the tug of war between the more liberal elements and the MS2 people. I have noticed that those who present dissenting views, while allowed to post for a while, have a way of permanently disappearing.
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