Security Check Children Bulletin September 21, 1961

Bea Kiddo

Audit them but don't show them any love.

That might damage them.

To show love to your child.

And nurture them.

And encourage them.

And make them feel wanted.

Oh, that would NOT be grooming them properly for the Sea Org. And would be a Comm Ev offense... RIGHT?

Just when I think I am getting over this cult something else pisses me off. :angry:


Is anyone else creeped out by this?


Oh God yes That reminds me

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March 12, 2013 admin News Comments Off
I have one young girl I have been working with since she was 4 years old. She has been receiving auditing since she was a baby; she is now 11 years old. I thought you might find it interesting to interview her regarding her experience and thoughts on this:
Interview with L.P.:
You have been receiving auditing since you were very little,
DDN: What do you feel auditing has helped you with the most?
LP: It helped me accomplish many things and helps me get around all my problems.
DDN: A lot of adults don’t have much reality on what kind of problems children have. Can you give us an example?
LP: Well like getting along with your brothers and sisters when they are annoying. Or your brother’s tackling you when you are playing. Also, sometimes it is a problem when you are not able to figure out a test. And sometimes, having to handle teachers when they are upset with the other kids.
DDN: What do you like about auditing?
L.P. I like auditing because it helps me achieve my goals and to be successful.
DDN: What is the biggest win you’ve had in auditing?
L.P: I think it helped me. I realized no matter what problems I have there is a way to get around them. You just have to find it.
DDN: Is there anything about auditing that you don’t like?
L.P: No, I don’t think so?
DDN: How do you think auditing will help you in the future?
L.P: I see that it will help me be successful and to have a good life that I will enjoy. And it helps me be the best I can be, to not have problems. When you get auditing you are achieving and moving forward and not staying in one spot.
DDN: Thank you. That’s all the questions I have.
L.P. (Smiles big) That was easy.
L.P. 11 years old.