A quick report from a Special Correspondent in the home of the “ideal” New York org (and of course the invisible CCNY and the imaginary Harlem ideal org, and the non existent Missions). This is where the infamous “stress test” began — pushed into a fad by Angie Blankenship when she and Jenny Linson were sent by Miscavige to “expand the org” so the ideal building could open — 10 years ago now. And yes, he spoke to them on the phone AT LEAST ONCE EVERY DAY and sent them long, rambling written orders every day too. Warren McShane and Allen Cartwright perjurious deposition testimony notwithstanding.
Pretty sorry state of affairs. And these criminals are not using a Warehouse 8, so of course they are 50,000X less effective than they otherwise would be….
I guess the ideal org cannot afford the latest in technical advances to ensure they are delivering “standard tech.” They probably got these 4 meters as hand-me-downs when Rich and Karen Beatty bought their 2 Warehouse 8’s (each).
Here is the report:
Mike I took these this weekend in NYC (last weekend now). I have video of my wife, whose face is off camera doing the test. This guy was awful and that is no joke. He had her read a card and then tried immediately to sell her a DVD. All in about 3 minutes.
They had two tables with four E-meters and only one guy.
Are not these E-meters the useless outdated garbage? Can’t the ORG afford to get the best up to date once, would that not be a selling point or at least a talking point to engage the public over? Are these things not cleaned between uses? To tell the truth, they looked disgusting and I am sure hundreds of hands have touched them.
I also found it odd, he never said we can help you but instead “get this DVD”. At one point he was no longer reading the meter, but asking Ruin Questions face to face.
On a weekend, sunny, nice day in one of the busiest cities in the world, Scientology had one guy with outdated equipment by himself doing a really poor job.
PS, the guy in yellow is not a VM, but a guy selling bus tickets for tours of the city.