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Piercing the corporate veil: the true structure of Scientology

Discussion in 'Gold Base, Freewinds, and FLAG' started by AnonKat, May 27, 2010.

  1. AnonKat

    AnonKat Crusader

    Piercing the corporate veil:
    the true structure of Scientology

    Part one: a summary

    Part two: a detailed examination of the fiction of corporate integrity maintained by the Scientology cult.

    The Sea Org Take-Over Of Worldwide
    The Guardian's Office (GO)
    The Commodore's Messenger Organization (CMO)
    The Watchdog Committee (WDC)
    Mission Corporate Category Sort-Out (MCCS)
    Corporate Sort-Out (CSO) And The New Corporations
    The All Clear Unit (ACU)
    Church Of Scientology International (CSI)
    Scientology Missions International (SMI)
    The Religious Technology Center (RTC)
    Author Services Incorporated (ASI) (LUL WUT ?)
    Office Of Special Affairs (OSA)
    Church Of Spiritual Technology (CoST)
    Positions Held By Principal Sea Org Members


    Appendix 1: pages from court transcripts
    Appendix 2: RTC Licenses, demonstrating unilateral control through a "no-consideration" contract
  2. JBTrendy

    JBTrendy Patron with Honors

    Piercing the corporate veil - The true structure of Scientology

    Thanks Anonkat,

    That's highly valuable data you're providing us here.

    Though I knew about it all through previous posts on this board I'm interested in discussing a strategy to get things properly reformed.

    And it all starts by being aware exactly of what we're facing.

    All2U :clap::clap::clap:
  3. SchwimmelPuckel

    SchwimmelPuckel Genuine Meatball

    Website: Writers of the Future.. Promoting Hubbard an SF writer and a protege of the SF field. With mission orders to not mix scientology in it.

  4. AnonKat

    AnonKat Crusader

    Well did they acomplish those mission orders ?
  5. AnonKat

    AnonKat Crusader

    Reform sounds good. Here is the whole tangled spagethi with the regards of Anonymous.
  6. SchwimmelPuckel

    SchwimmelPuckel Genuine Meatball

    Largely yes.. They don't say much, if anything, about scientology in that enterprise. Staff are all SeaOrg though.. (I think)

    I don't think they made LRH the most popular SF writer around though. The Writers of The Future Awards aren't much known or respected I think. But I'm just a SF reader and fan.. Maybe it's more known in writer, author and illustrator circles. They do have some real SF celebrities on there..

    I note that the Hugo and Nebular Awards are often printed on bookcovers to enhance sales. I actually never saw the (Writers of The Future) WTF Award on a bookcover..

  7. greebly

    greebly Patron with Honors

    This is Chris's old report, he messaged me yesterday. Not much to do here as it's US info therefore awaiting any action from Govt. depts is well a long long long time off.

    Until this is done:

    Raymond's site is also useful but out of date hence^^^
  8. MrNobody

    MrNobody Who needs merits?

  9. greebly

    greebly Patron with Honors

    Just so you know there are around 130 intriguing CoS entities outside of WISE.

    But 4 or so need focused analysis re current events.
  10. JBTrendy

    JBTrendy Patron with Honors

    Scientology Organization Chart with footnotes

    Thanks Anon,

    Even with lots of ketchup it's hard to digest.

    Reminds me of the corporate channel course I did when it was released for SO members in 1989.

    But the up to date you're providing is much more complete.

    Great job! :clap::clap::clap:
  11. MrNobody

    MrNobody Who needs merits?