Ok, This is the Question "What does integrity have to do with it"?
and my answer is simple, everything. In my life the times that I was asked to do or ordered to do something that went against my own good sense and integrity the overwhelming number of these transgressions were when I was a security guard for the CofS (Sea Org), One rather difficult and harrowing incident was one morning after night shift(5pm-930am) I was sent to one of the Female berthings to get someone missing from muster back into to org, so as I always did because the org had no car available I rode my bicycle to this berthing and found the person in question still in bed but not asleep she looked like she hadn't slept all night and looking in her eyes she was not just a little sick she was in "real" pain, I reported this on the radio to the security chief he didn't give a shit and ordered me to get her on her feet and walk her to the org.
I urged her even thou I knew she didnt look like she was able to stand much less walk the mile and a half to the org. With the chief still on the radio saying that it all CI in her mind, This went on for twenty more minutes, finally I snapped due lack of sleep or lack of affinity for the chief, and gave the chief a serve on what my job was, what his was and what the job of the staff section officer was. At which point I suggested that the chief should send the staff section officer out in a taxi to take her to a doctors and that I was going to bed and turning off my radio till I was back on post, and did.
When I arrived back at the Org after very little sleep in the afternoon, thinking I was in the shit and I wasn't, Turns out the lady I had been sent for was still in hospital in surgery having an ovarian cyst removed (If you want to know how painful one is just ask how was child birth).
This was just one example of me failing my own integrity, I left the S.O. soon after that then payed my freeloader got my lifetime IAS membership and got myself back on lines thanks to my loving wife for the push needed and was a public for many years active in the field and still failing my own integrity and doing what was right for "the group" and just ended up with a mountain of debt and very little to show for it. Now I'm out and making my own choices it suddenly feels right.
So this is the question I am asking "What does integrity have to do with it"?
More so how often have you sacrificed your own integrity for the CofS.