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Question For Removing Name From Scientology Completion Service Website

Discussion in 'General Scientology Discussion' started by Out-Ethics, Jun 28, 2011.

  1. Nicole

    Nicole Silver Meritorious Patron

  2. obiwan

    obiwan New Member

    With all due respect - how do you figure?

    Refusal to divulge and being protective of one's privacy aren't the same as lying, for one. (I mean this in a literal, not a "legal" sense.)

    What about in the gold old days when you had to admit your religious "orientation" on job applications? How many atheists do you think were truthful?

    I realize you are referring to something that is a defined mistake, and that the example was less about getting the job than about handling the mistake - for the individual, I assume you meant.

    Well, I tried everything to deal with the torment I felt as a result of my time in scio. The only thing that worked was complete disconnection. It was the only thing I could control, so I controlled it utterly.

    Now, I can post. That doesn't mean I'm going to start telling everyone in my life I used to be a scio. I don't think that makes me a liar in the way that you meant it - but I think I'd be held to the same standard in your example.

    Having wheezed all that out, let me be clear: I'm all for Kristi's site. And I certainly did not support Justin's level of discourse.

    And I agree that in the most ultimate sense, I'd probably be "happiest" if that aspect of my life then and the life I have now were completely reconciled. It's not that I don't agree - I just don't agree it's possible.

    Nor is it necessary.

    P.S. - Mick Wenlock has been the best poster regarding the simple truths of M&M, in my personal opinion. Put up or shut up, guys.
  3. Lermanet_com

    Lermanet_com Gold Meritorious Patron

    this is the best solution,
    Asking a webmaster to change an original document is something they wont do.
    At best you might get your statement of desire to be removed added to the original..
    I had an IAS donor, a $250,000 donor, ask for his name to be removed from an IAS donor list i webbed... I asked him... Ok let me get this straight, you gave $cientology a quarter of a million dollars which they used to screw with me and my friends???? and you expect me to help you hide the evidence?

    He did not reply...