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IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

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  1. DeathHamster Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

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  2. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    It is easy to con a con.
  3. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    Thank you Michael, why were they "illegal pcs"?
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  6. exOT8Michael Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    Sauron, is that you?
    I thought Frodo destroyed you??
  7. exOT8Michael Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    Honestly, I don't remember the reason (or they did not specify) but they said they had to "petition' heavily to get on Scientology services.

    It might be that the gigantic donations are the price they pay to get through the eligibility requirements? Sad. Pay millions and the OT powers do not even exist.
    How have they not noticed that there are NO OTs yet, after 60 years and billions of dollars?

    Bob and Trish Duggan: Please wake up from being scammed by the cult! Look, don't listen, to the facts about Scientology. The internet can be your friend (and save you millions and avoid extreme disappointments).
  8. DeathHamster Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    In the end, Frodo lacked the strength to destroy the ring, but instead, claimed it as his own. It was left to Gollum to bite it off his hand, fall into Mount Doom, complete the quest and fulfill the purpose that Gandalf seemed to see in him.

    Oh where can we find such a creature of L. sauRon Hubbard in this age? (Marty, is that you?)
  9. exOT8Michael Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    You are right! LOL

    I was surprised how much that "trophy" looks like Sauron on his tower.


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  10. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    Lolol, 'Oh honey look, we wons a 'Sucker of the Year', won't that fit well with our 'Imma Idiot' trophey collection?
  11. DeathHamster Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    I was think of the palantir, the "stones" of Gondor and Arnor
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  12. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    Bowling anyone? You'd think that such gaudy/ugly torphies would at least have some functionality, like, can you pull that sword and actually stab a sluggish slave? Does round ball roll on floor for doggy?
    So many questions, so little hair gel...
  13. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    It is mysterious, isn't it?
  14. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

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  15. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    That Bob Duggan would support Scientology with so much money? He is without conscience, they con others instinctively and are easily conned themselves.
  16. Rockyj Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    GAUDY! That's the word!
    I've always wondered if the cult hired Liberace's designer from their gaudy graphics & displays to Ideal Orgs!

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  17. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    There comes a moment in time when excuses end, and a criminal is recognized as a criminal.
  18. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    Do you have a specific person in mind?
  19. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    It is true that genuine sociopaths (i.e., con artists - people without the neurological constructs that manifest in what we call "conscience") are more easily conned than normal people, and tend to assume that people are more gullible than they really are. Rod Blagojevich is one example of such a sociopath.
  20. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    "Sociopaths" are ordinary people. Unlike most people I believe they are not abnormal or uncommon. Are society tends to unknowingly admire and promote them.

    This is a Canadian article on Scientologist Reed Slatkin that also has quite a bit on Scientologists Bob Duggan and Michael Baybak:

    Reed Slatkin Media Resrource - Articles
  21. exOT8Michael Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    Thanks, that is a really good and informative article.

    It never ceases to astonish me the sheer criminality of some of these "top Scientologists".
    Of course, DM himself tops that pyramid of financial irregularities.
  22. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    Michael Baybak is only a Patron Excalibur. If Reed Slatkin weren't in prison he might be one of the Excalibur's as well! According to the article Scientology waited until it he was going to be convicted to kick him out.
  23. CarribeanJack Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    Defeated Anonymous ? Wait until they see the reinforcements ! Just wait until you see what I'm cookin up !!! LONG LIVE THE LULZ !!!
  24. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    This Time article by Richard Behar: Mining Money in Vancouver - TIME
    has a date of 2001 but I think it was a sidebar in the 1991 cover story on Scientolgy that Michael Baybak sued Time over. Time settled by saying the article didn't mean Baybak had done anything illegal. Duggan and Baybak are friends. It refers to the Vancouver, BC stock exchange as being a source of money for the church/cult.
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  26. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    The quote below about Bob Duggan being the biggest supporter of Scientology in history is probably true. He donated over 20 million just to get the "Platinum Excalibur award".

    "Saint Hill:
    A Talk on Power and Finance from Bob Duggan
    Tuesday, 22 June 2010
    7:00pm
    Saint Hill Great Hall

    A unique and unmissable presentation on power and finance from the biggest supporter of Scientology in history.
    Birmingham:
    Our Quest to Eternity
    Friday, 11 June 2010
    7:00pm Birmingham's next event in the Ideal Org Completion Crusade."
  27. Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    LOL. Be even funnier when they eventually blow. It will be quite the elephant in the room.
  28. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    The Duggan family is also the largest donor to the Superpower building in this list of donors in the Cornerstone Newsletter:


    MASTER LEGION OF HONOR [1] [Unknown - possibly $15,000,000.00]

    Bob, Trish, Dsara, David, Daniel, Dylan, Diamond, Diana and Dante Duggan



    LEGION OF OT MERITORIOUS [1] [$10,000,000.00]

    Dr. Bryan & June Zwan



    LEGION OF OT [1] [$5,000,000.00]


    Ron & Mireille Pollack



    LEGION OF HONOR [23] [$1,000,000.00]

    Elizabeth Baybak
    Michael Baybak
    Gary, Monica, Grant & Elena Cardone
    Dohring, Tabibzadeh, Emrani, Kinney & Borth Families
    Aviva Ezra
    Meir Ezra
    Gall, Hadar & Neo Ezra
    Cindy Feshbach
    Joseph Feshbach
    Kurt & Kannon Feshbach
    Kathy Feshbach
    Matthew Feshbach
    Hillman, Kezsbom, Kugler, Marsh, Novitsky & Turbin Families
    Craig & Sally Jensen
    Cay-Dietrich & Lidija Koehn
    Miroslav Labas
    Dr. Gabor Lenkei
    Jenny Listug
    Kurt Listug
    Bruce E. & Sue Moore
    Ali & Noor Shawkat
    Sikora Family
    Mike & Chiara Staples

    MASTER BUILDERS OF MERIT [12] [$500,000.00]

    Richard & Amy Acunto
    Franco & Marilena Baggio
    Jerry Barnes
    Luis & Judy Colon
    Michael, Linda & Miles Drazkowski
    Chet & Ingrid Eccles & Family
    Niels Glob
    Betka & Marian Kapustovi
    Kandy Kramer Clements & RJ Kramer
    Family 0stergaard
    Gabriella Scaccabarozzi
    Boud Van Rompay
  29. Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    Impressive list of donations. It must be their way of "giving some back to society". Scilon charity, the greatest good for all, ethics, etc. Even more impressive is the regging. I wonder if everybody went along peacefully?
  30. anon8109 Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    RadioPaul1 has further analyzed the lie of Colombia receiving WayToHappiness books:

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  31. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    The flag on the lower right seems to have a row of white stars. I am guessing it is the flag of Venezuela, not Colombia.

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  32. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    The caps are consistent with those worn by Colombian police.

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  33. exOT8Michael Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    Heavens, no!

    The "usual" regging is to ambush a rich Scientologist, get them in a closed room, add regges and pressure as needed to get through the resistance, the tears, the anger etc until they break down and pay. Then after they pay you love bomb them so they don't even think of stopping the check. The pressure to "donate" (lol) is severe, to say the least.
    Then you give them a public trophy event so they are permanently locked in through peer pressure and try to enjoy the public adulation instead of the money they had.

    For those who don't crack under pressure, IAS or other reg staff will publicly give them the cold shoulder (deliberately ignored or sneered at) in the hallways and waiting rooms so the Scientologist feels a huge guilt trip and needs to get back in good graces again (by paying, of course).
  34. Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010


    Sounds exactly like what happens at all orgs except these guys deal with much larger dollar figures. The cold shoulder approach is very familiar. So much for the "What is true for you is true for you." touted line. Regges and recruitersl; liars who will lie just to get a stat because the public is just a stat to them.
  35. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    Most of the largest donors to Scientology (Duggan, Maybak, Feshbach, Zwan etc.) seem to be practitioners of the smoke and mirrors school of money making just like their religion/cult.
  36. exOT8Michael Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    This is a valid observation, and probably applies to all the big IAS donors.

    This small but financially powerful group of fanatical members, because even one of them, if properly informed as to the reality of the scam and who gets it, like Jason Beghe did, could be a footnuke for Scientology, as the word would spread so quickly. Money brokers have a fast response to being defrauded, once they find out.

    Then Scientology would be left poor and abandoned. it would get what it deserves for its cheating and lying abuses. This could be the biggest lulz ever if one or more top Scilon donors get to wake up to DM/LRH scam. How could we do this?

    [thinks................]
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  38. Anonymous Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    Connections to Scientology had a negative effect on Digital Lightwave (it was founded by Bryan Zwang and The Violent Dwarf's sister worked there). Maybe if enough people know Robert (Bob) Duggan is Scientology's largest donor it will have a negative effect on Pharmacyclics the drug company he is CEO of and investor in. Don't make the mistake of projecting a conscience onto all of these large donors, in many or most cases it is absent. They will do whatever they think is in their best interest regarding their support of Scientology.
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  39. exOT8Michael Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    Well, as soon as they find out, by whatever legal means that supporting Scientology is NOT in their best interests they will bail very fast. They just need to find out, convincingly.
  40. DeathHamster Member

    Re: IAS IMPACT Magazine, issue 125, Dec 2010

    There are others who play the Scientology lecture circuit like Grant Cardone or Gerhard Schwandt, who probably won't leave so long as there are herds of publics to milk. Hopeful, as revenue declines further, and the herds are tapped out, Davie might do another long-term-destruction for short-term-stats move like destroying the missions or Field Groups and cut them off too.

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