The level of hypocrisy on display in scientology — in this case, CCHR — is astonishing.
They grab onto “group insanities” and toss off a few examples, starting with “refusal to employ someone or allow them to belong” — in the face of scientology’s disconnection policy? Even beyond refusal to allow someone to belong, it takes it the next step and enforces that those who DO belong are not allowed to even speak with the person who is not allowed to belong.
Then “failure to use people” — check out the slave-labor busy work Sea Org members are engaged in. Or even Class V staff. Writing endless letters. Filing pieces of paper. Making phone calls to “confirm event attendees.” On and on and on.
Substitution of violence for reason. COB are they calling you out?
And after listing these things, they proclaim “there is one group dedicated to suppressing these things.”
Psychiatry of course.
With absolutely no foundation, they simply declare this to be a fact.
They go on to say that psychiatry doesn’t cure anyone and return them to society as a “well-adjusted, functioning contributor.” That’s easy to say — remember, neither CCHR nor scientology is willing to help or treat anyone with serious mental problems. They are deemed “illegal pc’s.” They are forbidden to participate in scientology because they “cause too much trouble.”
Scientology sits on the sidelines shouting that psychiatry isn’t curing anyone. But they refuse to even TRY.
Hypocrisy: the hallmark of scientology.