At ESMB there is yet another Scientologist who has blown publicly. Congratulations to Mike Roiger for leaving CoS! His story shows the current conditions inside of CoS from an auditor's point of view. Mike's use of Scientology's technical jargon illustrates how powerfully language is used to shape and mold reality and perception inside of CoS.
It's not Anonymous, Marty, Tory, ESMB, OCMB, or even Big Pharma: The fact is that people leave CoS because it is DM's Batshit Insane Thetan Clown House (CoS is DM's BITCH)
. Note: Those of us on the outside merely narrate the ongoing series of train wrecks that occur with alarming regularity inside of DM's Clown House!
I am enjoying Mike's write up. Here are some excerpts of what CoS 2010 looks like inside from someone who just recently left:
My name is Mike Roiger and I am formally disconnecting from the Church of Scientology after 18 years, 14 or which were on Staff, and 12 of those posted as the Senior Case Supervisor at the Cincinnati Class V Organization. I am a Grad VA C/S (XDN Specialist), CCRD C/S (2006), FPRD C/S, Purif C/S, KTL/LOC C/S, etc (all GAT). I did over 50 courses in various academies from Atlanta to Cincinnati to AOSH UK to Flag.
BAMFA stands for Bad-Ass MotherF--kin’ Auditor. This originated in the late 90’s when I cracked my first case, read that turned a $700 Life Repair cycle into a 12-Intensive package ($26.4K). I was a bit on the cocky side back then, and we developed a “new” class of auditor when we cracked cases, i.e., BAMFA. There were 4 or 5 of us and we had baseball caps made with the GAT symbol on the front and “BAMFA” on the back.
I would like to start out the thread by going over the last few months on Staff. I won’t go into too many details at the start here, but fill in later as I go through my timeline.
So, now I am back in Ethics for mis-called F/Ns (Doubt). At least I didn’t have the RTFN pressure (Right the F--k Now, a favorite saying by those running the Flag HGCs). I limped through the Ethics, then Cramming and I was ready to take on another pc. I gave one of the best sessions I’ve ever given at Flag and went to lunch. Unfortunately, during lunch, I found out that my Dad died that morning, so I had to get another “emergency” CSW approved and I was out the door. I was supposed to directly return to Flag following the funeral. Obviously, when a parent dies, you can’t just fly off to Flag after the funeral, and I was home for about 3 weeks. What really pissed me off though, was that the Board I/C texted me on the day of Dad’s funeral wanting me to audit somebody. Not good. I cut all communication off.
ref: op. cit.
At this time, I still had undone C/S crams at Flag, which did not even enter my mind. I went back to Cincinnati, and, of course, I C/Sed folders for them. Not many, because I was needed on a “special project” to “handle” 3 or 4 Tech Staff who were trying to Route Off Staff. Usually a pretty easy project, only, the I/C was the Chief Reg who is about half nuts and thinks he’s the second coming of LRH. His method of handling is to inflict as much mental pain as possible with threats, invalidation and evaluation. For some odd reason, I thought we could work together, even though I’ve never been able to work with him. His orders range from arbitrary to insane. Anyway, the current order was for me to make them guilty and “rub their noses in it” via Metered Ethics Interviews with the assumption they were all SP, then work them all through lower conditions. I was to stay in constant telephone communication with him as he was not in the org and on some medical LOA that had nothing with doctors or medicine. Apparently, I did not respond to a question right or said something (I don’t know), but the tables got turned on me and I was the Who behind virtually every bad statistic in the org. Now I’m being invalidated and evaluated for and being giving wrong indications galore! Enough of that, I refused to take his calls. I didn’t have to hide much because he was never in the org. At this point, I was thinking, “what do I need this shit for?”
I don’t know when it was that I first made the decision to break away from the insane asylum. I’ve had fleeting thoughts for quite some time. But, after this latest BS, I knew I was a short-timer.
ref: op. cit.