Friday, 29 April 2011

The RPF continued......... (Rehabilitation Project Force).

Now, although this did not come into being until 1974, it was already underway long before that. It was termed being in "lower conditions" and these conditions were attributed to you by the LRH tone scale.Initially you may not have been on this "RPF" for more than a few days or weeks and at some point, 1974, it turned into months and even years.

Whilst I will say that the time factor is abhorent, even a short while on this program of mind control and punishment was enough to turn even the most stable of people into apathy and despair, especially young children.

When you are faced day after relentless day with overboardings(people being thrown into the sea for some trivial mis-application of a "tech" that was at best bogus and at it's worst a means to degrade you as a person) to fullfill a need to justify why LRH was our saviour.

There were times when he actually did get up early in order to satisfy his need of overpowering the people, he would film or take photographs and did so with a lavish smile upon his face. We, as the minions, and some of us were only children, went through this day after day.

Do you know what this tells you?

Be good, be very very good, because if you make the slightest mistake, you will bear the wrath of God, or in our case the wrath of L. Ron Hubbard.

One thing our Messiah did not not seem to know about, it is human to err.

In his drug addled mind, which I knew nothing about at the time, he had no idea what it was to be human, for he thought he was above humanity, he thought he was a super nova. Try explaining that to a child, especially one who thinks all humans have the same rights, regardless of colour, creed, hiearchy(spelling). I'm crap at spelling. Thank you LRH, we did not need to spell, just word clear and clay demo. Three sessions of word clearing and your away.

It did not matter that you missed two years of schooling, because you lived before, you were a really old being in a little body. It did not matter, because we were the elite. Now there's a word that should have been clay demo'd and I don't believe I did.


e·lite or é·lite  (-lt, -lt)
n. pl. elite or e·lites
a. A group or class of persons or a member of such a group or class, enjoying superior intellectual, social, or economic status: "In addition to notions of social equality there was much emphasis on the role of elites and of heroes within them" (Times Literary Supplement).
b. The best or most skilled members of a group: the football team's elite.
2. A size of type on a typewriter, equal to 12 characters per linear inch.

I think that says it all.

And this is why I call Bullshit on all things scientology, because this came directly from source.

There is another word that was not clay demo'd by me.

Source:source  (sôrs, srs)
1. The point at which something springs into being or from which it derives or is obtained.
2. The point of origin, such as a spring, of a stream or river. See Synonyms at origin.
3. One that causes, creates, or initiates; a maker.
4. One, such as a person or document, that supplies information: A reporter is only as reliable as his or her sources.
5. Physics The point or part of a system where energy or mass is added to the system.
v. sourced, sourc·ing, sourc·es
1. To specify the origin of (a communication); document: The report is thoroughly sourced.
2. To obtain (parts or materials) from another business, country, or locale for manufacture: They sourced the spoke nuts from our company.
To obtain parts or materials from another business, country, or locale: They are sourcing from abroad in order to save money.

I particularly like this:
2. To obtain (parts or materials) from another business, country, or locale for manufacture: They sourced the spoke nuts from our company.
 They sourced the spoke nuts from our company.
Which company was that? The "church of Scientology"?
QUENTIN MCDERMOTT: In Australia too, the RPF plays a significant part in the Sea Org regime. Peta O’Brien abandoned Scientology last year. In 1997, she says, she was consigned to the RPF here at Dundas outside Sydney.
PETA O’BRIEN, EX-SCIENTOLOGIST: You are allowed to study for five hours and then the rest of it is cleaning and heavy work; heavy labour. Remember, we were already heavily indoctrinated when we’re working in a Sea Org, so when they give you a pick and a mallet and tell you to go and break rocks, you do it, and you run everywhere
QUENTIN MCDERMOTT: It sounds very harsh.
PETA O’BRIEN: Very harsh.
QUENTIN MCDERMOTT: Am I right that within the RPF there’s a further RPF?
PETA O’BRIEN: It’s called the RPF’s RPF, yes.
PETA O’BRIEN: That is the lowest of the low, as far as… not even the other RPF’ers are allowed to speak to you as in you’re not… the communication is cut.
QUENTIN MCDERMOTT: Joe Reaiche was never sent to the RPF, but saw it in operation.
QUENTIN MCDERMOTT: To me it’s… it’s a slave camp; there’s no question about it, because people are definitely abused. They’re stripped of any rights as an individual. They’re not allowed to talk to public individuals.
They have to run from one station to another. No walking, no slow pace; it’s movement. What it really is, it’s a breakdown of the spirit.
TOMMY DAVIS: The rehabilitation project force is a program within the church’s religious order, whereby Sea Org members who burn out on their jobs or are failing or incapable of or not performing well in their functions, can be given the voluntary opportunity to have a period of… of reflection, rehabilitation, redemption, making of amends within the religion, as an alternative to being expelled from the church’s religious order.
QUENTIN MCDERMOTT: So it’s… it’s a punishment in fact?
TOMMY DAVIS: Absolutely not. The rehabilitation project force is one of the oldest ah religious traditions; it’s almost as old as religious orders themselves.
QUENTIN MCDERMOTT: In correspondence with Four Corners, you described it as a private religious retreat?
TOMMY DAVIS: That’s correct.
QUENTIN MCDERMOTT (to Hana Eltringham Whitfield): Tommy Davis says that the RPF is a private religious retreat.
HANA ELTRINGHAM WHITFIELD: A private religious retreat? He’s got to be hallucinating. Ask him what drugs he’s taking.
QUENTIN MCDERMOTT: After Marc Headley was threatened with being sent to the RPF, he fled Hemet on a motorbike. His wife Claire followed soon after.
But many of those, like the Headleys, who have left the Sea Org report being pursued and spied on afterwards.
(On screen: Quentin McDermott with Marc Headley in the car)
MARC HEADLEY: I’m driving down Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood and I noticed a Ford F-150 that was following alongside of me.
QUENTIN MCDERMOTT: When we filmed with Marc Headley in Los Angeles, late one night, we were tailed by a car.
MARC HEADLEY: I left in 2005 and I’ve had a good four years of experience in being followed by private investigators sent by the Scientology.
So, it’s a bit odd. I mean, I’m driving my kids to school and I have a private investigator follow me.
I’ve had private investigators show up at my place of business. I’ve had private investigators camped outside my house day and night. My garbage has been dug through.
QUENTIN MCDERMOTT: Half an hour later, back at our West Hollywood hotel, there was a familiar vehicle parked outside.
MARC HEADLEY: We’re going to see if it is the same vehicle and the same license plate, and I will tell you that… yes it is – 8U2 0907.
QUENTIN MCDERMOTT: There’s a gentleman who is sitting down now, he is laying down.
(On screen: Car drives away in a hurry)
MARC HEADLEY: That was a private investigator who has been following us all night long.
QUENTIN MCDERMOTT (to Tommy Davis): Is it possible that a church attorney hired a private detective to follow Four Corners and Marc Headley while we were filming? Is that possible?
TOMMY DAVIS: I couldn’t comment on that. I couldn’t comment. I mean, I couldn’t be able to… I wouldn’t tell. I wouldn’t know how to answer that.
I have no knowledge on it, so I don’t know how to answer it.
QUENTIN MCDERMOTT: This week, Australia’s Senate is expected to vote on whether to launch an inquiry into the alleged abuses against Australians that have taken place within Scientology’s organisation.
Around the world the church faces challenges in the courts, in parliaments, and from charitable authorities unconvinced that it was established for the public benefit.

The RPF is a religious retreat, according to Tommy Davis, spokesperson for Scientology. Try telling that to someone who is on it.

I give you Tommy Davis, second generation scientologist:

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