Warning to Stick with RTC

(Section 22 of Part 3 – Why I Left the Church)

The DSA also showed me a reference attributed to LRH, which said that one should only trust RTC and no one else regarding standardness of tech and policy application. Maybe you have seen that quote. I don’t have it so I can’t quote it verbatim.

This was an attempt to use LRH to get me to trust RTC and to ignore anyone not sanctioned by RTC to use tech and policy standardly.

Aside from the fact that I can no longer even trust that this was something LRH even wrote, one of the outpoints of this attempt to get me to trust RTC with this reference was dropped-out time. This reference was written in the early 1980s and it was now 2010. Just because something may have been true in one time period doesn’t mean that it is still true. It certainly doesn’t mean that I should use this as a reason to substitute it for my own observations. It was not difficult to see that RTC is now a squirrel group. I’ve given numerous examples so far and I could never make the time to state all possible examples. Whether this squirreling was something that was happening at the time that reference was written is beside the point.

Next…Lies in PR

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4 thoughts on “Warning to Stick with RTC

  1. The Oracle says:

    Thank you for the common sense!

  2. The Oracle says:

    “The DSA also showed me a reference attributed to LRH, which said that one should only trust RTC and no one else regarding standardness of tech and policy application.”

    “RTC” is a business Corp = is David Miscavige. Some people would rather sink with the faith than swim without it.

    I don’t believe Hubbard wrote that either. Hubbard trusted thousands upon thousands of people in the Orgs. That is why they were issued certs. The above statement suggests nobody on the planet can be trusted with a hat or duty unless they are on staff at RTC.

    Hogwash.

  3. Ronnie Bell says:

    The DSA also showed me a reference attributed to LRH, which said that one should only trust RTC and no one else regarding standardness of tech and policy application.

    First of all, RTC isn’t in charge of the standardness of tech or policy. Their mission is to protect the copyrights and trademarks of Dianetics and Scientology. Period. They were never even given the mandate of being the top management org.

    David Miscavige simply maneuvered himself into the top position at RTC, then maneuvered that org into being in control of all of church management (which he subsequently decimated).

    I’m not surprised that the DSA wouldn’t (or couldn’t) give you an exact policy reference for this alleged LRH quote.

  4. davefagen says:

    Ronnie,

    I will give you what my understanding of what RTC was SUPPOSED to do, which is what I was told by them and others since I first got into Scientology: That RTC is, in fact, supposed to be the entity which is “where the buck stops” in terms of standardness of tech, which is different from the management of the church.

    For example, there was a poster in our org saying that if you ever doubted whether your local org was handling your case or your study standardly, you can always write to them and / or have your folders sent to them for review. And that they would look into it and handle, such as by getting the violators’ seniors to get them to handle the non-standardness and set everything right, and then observe until they see that it is all being done standardly.

    So RTC is actually supposed to be the senior entity where it comes to the standardness of the tech or policy.

    And that this is not the same thing as management of the church, which is done by Church of Scientology International.

    So you are correct that RTC is not supposed to be the top management org, but they are in fact supposed to be the top authority on the standardness of the tech.

    The fact that they don’t do that and that they are a total joke, and wouldn’t know standard tech from their _______, and couldn’t care less about it anyway, and that Miscavige really is the one and only one running the whole church from his made-up position of “Chairman of the Board RTC” is something that I found out when I was in the process of leaving, but should have realized all along.

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