Well, the “minutes” have become virtually useless. With no information included, they are certainly not going to inspire anyone into action…
I let a few stack up and if I don’t have anything urgent I publish them just for the sake of having a record. And letting OSA know that their efforts to prevent these from falling into the “wrong hands” are not going so well.
Don’t forget, this is the FLAG OTC — the biggest and baddest of them all. And they have absolutely NOTHING to say other than announce a few completions (Student Hat? Objectives?) and some vague rah-rah about 12 ideal orgs (Switzerland?) as if there are only a dozen left on earth. The pitch for Miami is really weak stuff.
Seems even the cheerleaders inside the bubble are becoming apathetic about this whole show.
By the way, that’s a lot of womanpower devoted to publishing a half a page of “minutes.” It takes 3 people to turn out this masterpiece…
Ane here is the next one. Fundraising. fundraising and MORE fundraising.
Howard Becker and Kathy Feshbach completed the PTS/SP Course? This is the latest “redo” course for everyone to get on I guess? Wonder how many times they have done the course now?
I wonder if they spotted ANY antisocial personalities while carefully studying their materials?
Note, the single most important thing for ALL OT Committees is to “build” “ideal orgs” and if their org is done, to “build” others….
Love that new euphemism. Crushing people for money is “building” — it’s a wonder it doesn’t say their highest priority is to “make humanitarians” which would be an even better euphemism 🙂 (you heard it here first).
Money, money, money. And if your org is an “IAS Sponsored” org then you get to raise money for the IAS. Somehow it just doesn’t seem like much of a “sponsorship”? “If you give us enough money, we will give some it ‘back’ to you by buying ourselves a building that we own.” Hmmmm. Sponsorship, scientology style.