Would you care to elaborate?
Would you care to elaborate?
« Last post by SocialTransparency on January 05, 2017, 17:24 »
Julian Assange is dead to me.
Narconon and related groups / Re: PER WICKSTROM/MICHIGAN: New "Glistening, Quivering Underbelly" blog comment« Last post by Mary_McConnell on January 02, 2017, 23:32 »
We Missed you, Miss Fortune! Thanks for the update!
I love how scientologists ( and I know because I used to be one for many years ) create the illusion that all one has to do is create a new title and make a new acronym so one can claim something is not what it really is. TRs are TRs. Per Wickstrom is no different.
No matter what you call the course in a Narconon or unbranded Narconon program such as Best Drug Rehab or Serenity Point Rehab or A Forever Recovery, IT'S SCIENTOLOGY based. Nearly word for word.
And these people don't even realize that they are being made into scientologists. Per their definition of one : A scientologist is someone who uses the tech in their lives And per their policies, members are mandated to get Scientology used in their communities. What better way to indoctrinate people by taking advantage of vulnerable substance abuse addicts while cleaning out the wallets of loved ones desperate to help them!
By law , an employee cannot be required to take a Scientology course if he/she doesn't want to. If one is pressured, harassed, intimidated to attend Scientology services, or even fired for refusing to, they have the right file a discrimination claim with the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission - EEOC - for short. Others have done so and have won.
Narconon and related groups / Re: PER WICKSTROM/MICHIGAN: New "Glistening, Quivering Underbelly" blog comment« Last post by mefree on January 01, 2017, 09:35 »
We have some threads that discuss MRT around here:
Here's what's found at Narconon Reviews on A Forever Recovery:
Narconon and related groups / Re: PER WICKSTROM/MICHIGAN: New "Glistening, Quivering Underbelly" blog comment« Last post by BigBeard on January 01, 2017, 08:47 »
"Starring contests and shouting at ashtrays? That's Narconon."
No, that's $cientology, which is what narCONon is in disguise.
Per was always pretty coy about if he was still using Narconon, and without Form 990s for most of his companies, it was hard to call him on it.
Starring contests and shouting at ashtrays? That's Narconon.
Narconon and related groups / PER WICKSTROM/MICHIGAN: New "Glistening, Quivering Underbelly" blog comment« Last post by Miss Fortune on December 31, 2016, 15:53 »
Boy, it's been a while since I've written anything about Per Wickstrom--Michigan has never closed a drug rehab facility...ever--, but I received this comment today about a story I'd written back in February 2014: http://glisteningquiveringunderbelly.blogspot.com/2014/02/per-wickstrom-comes-out-meet-new.html
"Fails to mention ACT in his list of programs. I personally have completed programs at serenity point, a forever recovery, and best drug rehabilitation. ACT stands for applied communication course and I one of the core programs at Per's treatment centers. In the course you work your way through TR's ( training routines). All work is based off scientology and the teachings of L. Ron Hubbard. Talking to ashtrays, staring at people without moving, and bullbaiting which is a verbally abusive method of breaking someone down. Basically you make fun of them one on one aloud in front of everyone until they laugh or their face turns red. Any change in appearance, shifting in seat, or laughter is a fail at which point you start all over. Staff as well as clients participate in bullbaiting people. Staff are required to take courses and work conditions(another facet of Scientology teachings. A forever recovery Does Not do ACT. They do MRT which is similar to working conditions but not as hardcore as ACT. I encourage people to research where you are sending your loved one. Per's treatment centers are not evil. They are actually nice places and scientology is not forced on you there are other options, however, it is recommended by staff and is usually what people choose to do without knowing what it is. Staff is encouraged to discredit any claims by clients that ACT is in fact scientology."
"Per's treatment centers are not evil." Sounds like an inside job!
Let's hope Leah Remini and her production team decides to focus on Narconon. I can give them a place to begin here in Michigan.
Happy New Year from Miss Fortune!
« Last post by DeathHamster on December 30, 2016, 13:41 »
Trustee Tony Donnelly seems to be married to Leonie Fennell, step-father to the son.
Presumably he also lives in Ireland.
« Last post by DeathHamster on December 30, 2016, 10:05 »
Trustee Leonie Fennell appears to be a mother, in Ireland, who also lost a son for which she blames SSRIs.
(There seems to have been someone, with a hard on for a "Bob Fiddaman", posting all over the net about these people. It'd be more useful if that person wasn't off their hinges.)
I wonder how many of these people are actually in New Zealand?
« Last post by DeathHamster on December 30, 2016, 09:44 »
There's some name confusion with Maria Bradshaw, founder of CASPER and Maria Bradshaw, blogger at Mad in America, user DelusionNZ (hmm), currently in Ireland. From the pictures, they seem to be different people.
Scientologist Steve Green, Freedom Medal winner and head of CCHR NZ was a trustee of CASPER. Checking the other trustees now.