Demented LRH wrote:
How easy would it be for a top CoS executive to steal money from the Church? That would be a very easy undertaking according to my friend, Alexander. Currently Alexander works as an FBI agent who investigates white collar crimes. In fact, CoS is more vulnerable to the theft than any other organization.
The CoS vulnerability stems from its twisted work schedule -- the CoS workweek ends on Thursday at 2:00 PM, while for the rest of the world the workweek ends on Friday at 12:00 PM.
I suspected that a thief could take advantage of the CoS workweek “marvel”, but did not know the full range of theft possibilities until I discussed this matter with Alexander. At least 20% of CoS weekly revenue could go unreported because of the extremely idiotic Hubbard idea of ending the workweek at an arbitrary time. I wonder what the idiot was thinking when he was developing the CoS economic structure. Probably, he was not thinking at all because of his mental retardation.
I am not going into a detailed discussion of the financial fraud because I do not want to tip off the OSA boneheads.
Once money is stolen from CoS, it cannot be recovered because it cannot be traced -- a money laundering scheme kicks in, which prevents OSA from finding the perpetrator (the money passes through the hundreds of banks before it reaches its final destination in a Swiss or Cayman Island banking account).
Would a top CoS official steal money from “mother Church”? I believe the answer is resounding YES. Hubbard is dead, there is no loyalty to Miscavige amongst the top CoS staff. Indeed, Miscavige had changed the Tech so many times that he is seen by his staff as the super-SP.
Some think that the top cult officials do not leave the Church because they want to restore the Tech. But only a complete idiot would not understand that the restoration is impossible under the DM rule. “Leave your hopes at the Hell’s entrance”, wrote Dante. At times it seems he was talking about CoS under the Miscavige rule.
So they stay and rob the cult, in their mind they are doing a noble thing because it results in diminished flow of money for Miscavige. They are greedy too; they know that in a real world they won’t be making that kind of money.
Some of them are getting physically assaulted by DM. But this is a small price to pay for fleecing the Church. One slap on a face costs $1 million, which is not all that bad.
The honest ones have either left the cult or are being kept in the proverbial hole and cannot leave. But the crooks prosper, and they are not planning to leave the cult.
Don’t get me wrong, I do not think that stealing money from CoS is a bad thing. The thieves are doing great thing by stealing money from the Devil.
Interesting theory, complete with Swiss or Cayman Island banking accounts. I suppose it is quite possible, but at this point, it is a theory, and not based on any known facts or proof.