I have been factual about how I feel about the specific points i disagree with.
If you put plain facts on the table it is very hard for any handler to deal with it - and I would point out what "generalisations" means in scientology, and ask, when they tell you that I'm just nattering because of a missed withold, what is that excactly?
By the power of grayskull! I have the power!
Whatīs going on in my life right now: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8Nc8RCLy1s
If you canīt argue with them, have a laugh with them.
If you canīt laugh with them, laugh at them.
If you canīt laugh at them, sit in a corner and cry.
I haven't gotten anyone out BUT I do try to convince people from getting in.
For example, my daughter will NEVER get involved in this.
And my brother and nephews and nieces will NEVER get involved in SCN.
I think that preventative actions are just as important.
(And I still throw their junk mail in the trash without even reading it. Should I shred it first just in case some trash digger might find it?)
The emphasis on finding and describing "knowledge structures" that are somewhere "inside" the individual encourages us to overlook the fact that human cognition is always situated in a complex sociocultural world and cannot be unaffected by it. - Edwin Hutchins