Scientology's Volunteer Ministers Trained to Lie


Scientology's doublecross

As a matter of written policy, some of Scientology's® leaders and followers are taught how to lie or -- as Scientology's leaders call it -- "outflow false data effectively." During the numerous felony raids of the Scientology organization over the years, mountains of documents have been seized, many of which have been made available to the public due to the public nature of court documents.

Among these documents are written policies that Scientology's mad messiah L. Ron Hubbard wrote which paint a true picture of just exactly what the Scientology organization is. One such document is the "TR-L" document which has been entered into a number of court records given the fact that it proves beyond any question of doubt that Scientology's aims and goals are criminal.

In the Justice Latey#5 decision, the following document was entered in to the court record. It's very embarrassing for the Scientology organization and I've yet to see the organization claim copyright infringement for this one however it is offered -- as are all quotes and extracts from all of the court documents referenced and quoted on the Volunteer Minister's web site -- under Fair Use doctrins of the United States.


Purpose: To train the student to give a false statement with good TR-1. To train the student to outflow false data effectively.

Position: Same as TR-1

Commands: Part 1 - "Tell me a lie." Command given by coach. Part 2 - interview type 2. WC by coach.

Training Stress: In Part 1 coach gives command, student originates a falsehood. Coach flunks for out TR 1 or TR 0. In Part 2 coach asks questions of the student on his background or a subject. "Student gives untrue data of a plausible sort that the student backs up with further explanatory data upon the coach further questions. The coach flunks for out TR 0 and TR 1, and for student fumbling on question answers. The student should be coached on a gradient until he/she can lie facily." ["facilely" -- editor]

Short example: Coach: Where do you come from?

Student: I come from the Housewives Committee on Drug Abuse.

Coach: But you said earlier that you were single.

Student: Well, actually I was married but am divorced. I have 2 kids in the suburbs where I am a housewife, in fact I'm a member of the P.T.A.

Coach: What town is it that you live in?

Student: West Brighton.

Coach: But there is no public school in West Brighton.

Student: I know. I send my children to school in Brighton, and that's where I'm a P.T.A. member.

Coach: Oh, and who is the Chairman there? etc.

What real religion specifically trains its leaders and followers to lie? Lying under oath is a crime and yet here we have the Scientology organization having written procedures where they train their leaders and followers to do just that. This is something that organized crime does, not religions.

When you talk with someone claiming to be a "Volunteer Minister," you'll probably wonder whether the person took the "TR-L course." You might ask the individual and if they claim to be ignorant of such a "course," you can explain it to them.


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