They are going to hold a “Ribbon cutting ceremony” for the “new program introduction.”
I wonder what the “new program” could be?
It’s one of three things:
- The new program is off Source as the existing one is “in tech”
- The new program is on Source and the existing program is “out tech.”
- It’s no different — after all, it’s just the Purif, TR’s and Objectives and some Life Improvement courses. How do you “revise” these things that are “totally on Source” as was announced earlier?
My bet is on number 3. Or perhaps option 4 — who cares because it doesn’t really matter what version this is.
And what is the deal with Narconon anyway? They seem to be killing more people than they are getting off drugs and have as many lawsuits filed against them each week as graduates of the program… Yet, they keep rolling on, pretending nothing is happening and that this is just “the squirrels howling” that is proving how successful they are.
Not to mention the fact that while scientology goes on promoting the astonishing, milestone results of Narconon as proof of their “public benefit”, they tell the courts and the media that Narconon is NOT connected to scientology and has nothing to do with it other than the “materials were developed by L. Ron Hubbard.” It is one of the more blatant lies in a sea of deception that is scientology’s PR strategy. Everything about the Narconon program is identical to scientology — from the materials, to the administration, to the organization to who they answer to. The only reason Narconon is NOT presented as a scientology drug rehab program is so it can qualify for government funding in the US (where the First Amendment prohibits government funding of religious organizations). And of course because of the terrible reputation of scientology possibly scaring people away from forking over $30,000 — though Narconon has done a fine job of late of destroying its reputation to almost scientology depths.