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Yearly Update on New Village Leadership Academy

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  1. RightOn Member



    From the New Village Academy website:
    Study Technology - An educational model developed by L.R. Hubbard, study technology focuses on three principles. First is the use of “mass” (manipulatives and hands-on experiences) to foster understanding – children need to see and feel what they are learning about. Second is the attention to the “gradient,” which ensures sure students master one level before moving on to the next. Third is the “misunderstood word,” in which students master word definitions and are taught not to read past words they don’t know the meanings of in order to understand completely what they are reading and learning. NVLA uses study technology as an umbrella methodology woven through the subjects.

    http://technorati.com/entertainment...incipal-from-their-scientology-school/page-2/

    "So who convinced the Smiths that this Study Tech was the right route to go? Maybe it was his trainer Darrel Foster. Who just happens to be Piano Foster's husband. Smith golfs on the weekends with Darrel too. Darrel is of course also a Scientologist and is listed in the Scientology data base as a celebrity, like wife Piano. They both took the same Scientology course. Interesting."

    http://technorati.com/entertainment...incipal-from-their-scientology-school/page-4/

    "Will and Jada Pinkett Smith have recently fired Jacqueline Olivier of their New Village Academy School in Calabasas Ca. The reported reason for the dismissal stems from Olivier's refusal to go along with the L. Ron Hubbard Study Tech that the school uses in its curriculum. Smart lady."

    http://technorati.com/entertainment...fire-principal-from-their-scientology-school/

    now shut the fuck up
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  2. Random guy Member

    ^^What she said^^
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  3. RightOn Member

    and as far as your statement that only 1 or 2 Scientologists working there? I thought there were SIX.

    From Wikiepdia which needs to be updated by the way

    "The staff includes a number of Scientologists, including the Director of Learning, Director of Qualifications and Artistic Director,[5] as well as some of the school's teachers.[19] New Village Academy's Director of Learning, formerly the director of HELP in Boston, graduated from the Scientology Delphi School in Milton, Massachusetts.[5] The school's website lists "Study Technology", a form of education developed by Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard,[20] as one of its methodologies.[5] The website utilizes Scientology terminology including "spiraling" and "gradient" in order to illustrate how students learn in the school's programs.[5]
    The school's motto "Spiral Up" has been compared to Scientology's term "dwindling spiral", when "one commits overt acts unwittingly",[21] although "spiral curriculum" is also a term associated with Jerome Bruner.[22] When a student needs to be disciplined they are taken to the "ethics teacher".[11]
    Jada Pinkett Smith told ABC News, "Study Technology is a secular methodology intended to help students better understand what is being studied and apply it to real life. NVLA integrates this methodology as a tool in instructional design by providing teachers the framework to design lessons and curriculum."

    are you calling Jada a liar now?

    good day Sir!
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  4. RightOn Member

    and as always, when in doubt....
    Will talking about "acceptable truths" and being at effect

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  5. Kilia Member

    Hey Will....what's true for you is true for you, right? :rolleyes:
  6. Random guy Member

    If you care to read the thread, you will see that other parents appear not to share his views, and they too have first hand knowledge of what went on. Knowing the clams "I'm not a scientologist, but..." approach, it is not unreasonable to assume the showbiz guy is spreading propaganda, wittingly or unwittingly. If it is the first, then he is a moron for perpetuating the scam, if it is the latter, he is a moron for not showing due diligence in researching his kids school.
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  7. Anonymous Member

    The Scientology corporation does not accept half-measures. It never gives an inch until it is forced to by legal threat, and then stalls until the very last possible second just before the arrest warrants are issued, or CEO David Miscavige is called to the witness stand.

    It is preposterous that the company would suddenly stop using the school as a front group, suddenly stop extracting money from the school for use of its copyrighted materials, suddenly allow the school to do as it pleased. If there is one thing I know about this criminally convicted company it is that it doesn't just back out for no reason.
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  8. Anonymous Member

    Compared with their 2009 Form 990, their 2011 Form 990 is missing significant information. What happened to the attachments?
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  10. RightOn Member

    here's an article about Suri going there (was going to go there) from 2011
    http://movies.yahoo.com/news/suri-cruise-starts-classes-school-scientology-ties-210320298.html

    so why didn't Katie Holmes want Suri to go there?
    and there was talk of Suri going to a catholic school for a while?

    You know Rick Ross had plenty on this school on his site. Funny how all his stuff has been scrubbed and disappeared after his site was purchased?
    And what is the big deal about AFTER 2010?
    So these parents who are doing this lawsuit. Their kids must have been enrolled after 2010?
    You are not being very truthful about WHY you are fighting this so hard.

    If you want cold hard dox on NVA paying Applied Scholastics fees, contact the Church of Scientology.
    I am sure they can help you with that. LOL!!!!

    edited:
    she did attend the school briefly:
    Article Dated Sept 9th 2011.
    "Suri Cruise attended her first day of school last week. The daughter of the world's most famous Scientologist matriculated at the New Village Leadership Academy in Calabasas, California, which employs educational methods developed by L. Ron Hubbard. What happens at a Scientology-influenced school?

    Independent study, sculpting, and possibly a little grade inflation. The schools that employ Hubbard's "study technology" system aren't directly affiliated with the Church of Scientology, so there is some variation among institutions. Generally speaking, students begin the day with a check sheet of things to accomplish. It's usually a series of short lessons followed by tasks that require the students to apply their knowledge. For example, a student may have to read the first chapter of a novel, then write a brief essay on what she learned. When she completes a task, a teacher or a more advanced student checks the task off the list before she moves on to the next. Since each student works from her own sheet at her own pace, teachers usually do not lecture the class as a whole. Instead, they circulate to support the students' independent activities.

    Sculpting is a big deal at Hubbard-influenced schools. The founder of Scientology believed that an absence of "mass"—that is, the physical presence of the object under study—frustrates a student. (The official website for study technology says the absence of mass makes students feel "squashed, "bent," "sort of spinny," "sort of dead," or "bored.") Whenever a student is having trouble understanding a concept, like the orbital path of planets, the teacher encourages her to sculpt it using clay. "
    http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/explainer/2011/09/edunetics.html?from=rss

    and also MU's - misunderstood words.

    If any school used the teachings of L Ron Hubbard, they had to be under contract to do so and had to pay to use it or they would be slapped with copy right infringement. by the COS.
    But you already know this.
    Looks like COS has a lot more internet scrubbing to do.
    Someone needs to get these articles under a locking gas tank
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  11. Anonymous Member

    There are no directly listed payments to Applied Scholastics or ABLE in their 2009 Form 990 when they were definitely using it. Why would you expect that to change in the later ones?
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  12. Anonymous Member

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    looks like this is the only copy from the NVL website.
    Someone please take a screen grab or make a file or whatever you can to preserve that article?
    Its like three pages long.
    I am not computer savy
    http://technorati.com/entertainment...incipal-from-their-scientology-school/page-2/

    wonder if this is of any interest from that article:
    “I can confirm that the New Village Academy is registered with us.” Information Officer with the (CDE) Tina Jung said. “They signed an affidavit in line with our regulations which name’s Jacqueline Olivier as the Site Administrator. It is listed as a private business and as being ‘non-religious’ within the affidavit. New Village Leadership Academy is listed as a private business with the Secretary of State's Office.
    Very interesting. Jada was quoted as saying, "We are a secular school, and just like all non-religious independent schools, faculty and staff do not promote their own religions at the school."

    hmmmm

    heres the website for the CDE
    maybe someone needs to talk to Tina Jung
    http://www.cde.ca.gov/index.asp
  16. Anonymous Member

    "Jada phoned Jacqueline and told her that they had 'decided to go in another direction' with the school,” an insider told RadarOnline.com. “As head of the campus her position was becoming untenable as she did not agree with Study Tech and felt uncomfortable with it.” Olivier “thrashed-out” a severance package with the couple and “it’s understood that she signed a confidentiality agreement with regard to her time at the school.”"

    so would there be record of this?
    Who was on this case? Who represented the school?
  17. Anonymous Member

    * I did the best I could with re-formatting and available time. Gotta be AFK after this post.
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    Will and Jada Smith Fire Principal From Their Scientology School

    Author: Tech Team
    Published: August 11, 2009 at 9:52 am

    Will and Jada Pinkett Smith have recently fired Jacqueline Olivier of their New Village Academy School in Calabasas Ca. The reported reason for the dismissal stems from Olivier's refusal to go along with the L. Ron Hubbard Study Tech that the school uses in its curriculum. Smart lady.

    Jacqueline was fired over the PHONE by Jada and was told that they decided to go in another direction. Jacqueline's position commanded a $200,000 a year salary, one would think that Jada would have the common decency to at least talk to her in person.

    So what different direction are the Smith's talking about? The Scientology direction, that's what. The Smiths hired a woman by the name of Piano Foster, who just so happens, to be, you guessed it, a Scientologist. So now you might wonder how many Scientologists does that make on their school staff?

    Foster is listed in the Scientology data base as a "celebrity". We were unable to find out much of anything as far as Piano's education other than she took Hubbard's Study Manual course back in 2005. Seems to be enough credentials all would need to be the head of school, right?

    Here's what RadarOnline is reporting:

    Jacqueline Olivier - the woman the famous husband and wife enlisted to set up their Calabasas campus - was axed from her $200,000 a year position via a telephone call from the Matrix actress.
    "Jada phoned Jacqueline and told her that they had 'decided to go in another direction' with the school,” an insider told RadarOnline.com.

    “As head of the campus her position was becoming untenable as she did not agree with Study Tech and felt uncomfortable with it.” Olivier “thrashed-out” a severance package with the couple and “it’s understood that she signed a confidentiality agreement with regard to her time at the school.”

    When contacted by RadarOnline.com, Foster confirmed: "I officially took over on July 1, 2009, and I'm looking forward to the challenge. I've been working in education for the past 20 years at various public and charter schools so I feel I'm ready for the job."

    RadarOnline has followed up with some additional information in a new article about Piano Foster's Scientology connections:

    I’ve been working in education for the past 20 years at various public and charter schools so I feel I’m ready for the job.”

    It seems one of Foster’s other possible qualifications stems from her knowledge of and participation in Scientology. Foster completed a Scientology Basic Study Manual course in 2005 and her name appears on an official Scientology list.

    RadarOnline.com contacted The California Department of Education with regard to the school’s current status. From the beginning, the school has denied any affiliation to any religion, calling the institution nondenominational.

    “I can confirm that the New Village Academy is registered with us.” Information Officer with the (CDE) Tina Jung said. “They signed an affidavit in line with our regulations which name’s Jacqueline Olivier as the Site Administrator. It is listed as a private business and as being ‘non-religious’ within the affidavit. New Village Leadership Academy is listed as a private business with the Secretary of State's Office.

    Very interesting. Jada was quoted as saying, "We are a secular school, and just like all non-religious independent schools, faculty and staff do not promote their own religions at the school."

    Hmmm...if Hubbard's main goal was for all Scientologits to always practice "KSW" (Keep Scientology Working) and also to "infiltrate and disseminate" then how on earth can these Scientology teachers at this school, not be promoting Scientology? They ARE promoting Scientology simply by using Scientology Study Tech.

    It is a very sneaky way to slide Scientology in. And of course why would Oliver be made to sign confidentiality agreement? Why was this necessary? Does anyone else find that odd? I hope she comes forward with what she experienced. She owes it to not only the children, of course, but to the parents who are enrolled, and to those parents who may be considering enrolling their child at the New Village Academy.

    Oliver has previously commented about the Study Tech when she first started out at the school a while back:

    Jacqueline Olivier, New Village Academy's head administrator, denied that the school had a religious affiliation, and told the Los Angeles Times: "People tend to think study technology is a subject, but it is really just the way the subject is taught. They then come to the conclusion that we are teaching Scientology when actually a methodology doesn't have anything to do with content.

    Olivier was appointed administrator at the school in 2007, and her duties have included hiring all teachers since that time.

    Well it's obvious that Oliver has changed her tune dramatically about the Study Tech that is being taught at New Village. The Study Tech being taught at New Village is a carbon copy of the Study Tech which is taught at Scientology Schools, Delphi Academy for instance.

    Delphi Academy:

    This know-how is contained in Study Technology (Study Tech), an educational philosophy and a practical approach to teaching and learning based on research and developments by American writer and educator L. Ron Hubbard during the second half of the twentieth century.

    Starting in the early levels, every Delphi student eventually learns all the tools about how to learn.

    Any school that teaches this study tech has to pay for a license fee from Applied Scholastics, a known Scientology front group.

    Applied Scholastics claims:

    In the 1920s, L. Ron Hubbard’s concern for education began when he realized the “influence of a mislearned word on a life.” At that time, he was teaching English in a school in Guam. During the Second World War, he became involved in the direct instruction of military personnel as well as the redrafting of instructional materials.

    As educators throughout the world learned of Mr. Hubbard’s breakthroughs, they began to utilize them in their own work. Thus were formed the roots of a new world wide movement – Applied Scholastics.

    From the New Village Academy website:

    Study Technology - An educational model developed by L.R. Hubbard, study technology focuses on three principles.

    First is the use of “mass” (manipulatives and hands-on experiences) to foster understanding – children need to see and feel what they are learning about.

    Second is the attention to the “gradient,” which ensures sure students master one level before moving on to the next.

    Third is the “misunderstood word,” in which students master word definitions and are taught not to read past words they don’t know the meanings of in order to understand completely what they are reading and learning.

    NVLA uses study technology as an umbrella methodology woven through the subjects.

    What were L. Ron Hubbard's credentials as an educator?

    A very informative website had a myriad of information on the subject. It is entitled Scientology vs Education. Here are a few interesting excerpts about L. Ron Hubbard, his Study Tech and what professionals think about Study Tech:

    A curious fact about the Study Tech books is that they list no author or editor. The covers all say "Based on the works of L. Ron Hubbard", and the copyright registration is held by the L. Ron Hubbard Library, the business alias of the Church of Scientology's corporate alter ego, the Church of Spiritual Technology. But while the copyright dates are 1992 (or in the case of the Basic Study Manual, 1990), Hubbard died in 1986. So who wrote these books?

    Hubbard was a college dropout with no qualifications beyond a purchased degree from a notorious Los Angeles degree mill. Nor had he any experience of teaching children other than one month in a native school on Guam in 1927, when he was just 16 years old.

    None of this, of course, is mentioned in any official account of Hubbard's career as an educator. Remarkably, Applied Scholastics omits entirely any mention of the fact that he spent 30 years teaching Scientologists, or that Study Technology itself was invented to "educate" Scientologists.

    Since he died in 1986, unauthorized biographers have documented in considerable detail how Hubbard systematically falsified his life story to exaggerate his own achievements and make it appear that Scientology was the culmination of a lifetime of effort (Atack, 1990; Miller, 1988; Owen, 1999). His teaching "career" was no exception to this rule.

    It has to be said that he was not a very successful father; of his five children, he disowned and disinherited two, and one committed suicide. His surviving children were brought up as Scientologists but never saw him again after he went into hiding in 1977.

    He was actually closest to the children of other Scientologists, who became his most loyal followers and confidantes. In a bizarre twist, these loyal Scientology children took control of their Church in a "palace coup" in the early 1980s, and continue to run the Church to this day.

    One curious aspect of Scientology's ideology is that children are not actually treated as children. Hubbard claimed that human beings are actually immortal spirits or "thetans," trillions of years old, housed in "meat bodies." An individual's body might be ten years old or thirty, but the thetan - the person himself - would be entitled to equal treatment regardless of physical age.

    Scot Danforth, who oversees teacher education for the University of Missouri at St. Louis, said he searched a database of four decades of published educational research and could find no study on L. Ron Hubbard's instructional techniques.

    "In my opinion, they are involved in the worst kind of deception. They make grandiose claims about the effectiveness of their methods and materials ... with data that has never been published in a legitimate educational research journal," he said.

    Greg Jung, president of the Missouri National Education Association, is cautious.

    "We don't know if the people who are providing training are qualified and if the teachers providing the tutoring are qualified," Jung said. (Bower, 2003)

    Johanna Lemlech, a professor of education at USC specializing in curriculum and teaching, calls the books "awful." They "violate everything we know about how children learn, and appropriate pedagogy," she says. "In short, these books should be carefully placed in the cylindrical file." (Catania, 1997)

    Hubbard's dogmatic doctrine of the "misunderstood word" attracted particular criticism:

    "In many cases, lack of comprehension is not because of a misunderstood word," says Sidnie Myrick, who leads a UCLA research group on early literacy, teaches a master's course in reading at Cal State L.A., and also teaches a class of first, second and third graders at Thomas Edison Elementary School in Glendale (she was Glendale's 1993 Teacher of the Year).

    "In fact," she says, "in many cases the student won't get the meaning until the material is presented in a completely different way."

    Myrick also finds the books' illustrations "cutesy and condescending," the explanations "stilted and manufactured," and study technology, all in all, "woefully inadequate."

    Ms. Catania also interviewed members of the Los Angeles school board, about which she wrote:
    "One member of the Los Angeles school board is unimpressed. A former high school history teacher, David Tokofsky calls the books "remedial" and says they would be of little use to any but the lowest-performing students.

    "If you walked into an eighth-grade class and tried to use these books on kids who are at the proper level, you'd kill them," says Tokofsky, who coached the Marshall High School Academic Decathlon team to a national championship in 1987. "They're not even good comic books."

    Study Tech has been around for several decades, but today, only Scientologists recommend it for use in public classrooms. Its proponents claim miraculous results, yet no independent evaluation of its effectiveness has ever been done. Its creator claimed that it represents a revolutionary advance in learning, yet it is in practice little more than a method of compelling mindless rote learning devoid of any critical thought or interpretation.

    But Study Tech is no more a secular learning methodology than wine and communion wafers are a Sunday morning snack. Its ambitions may be entirely conventional, but its vocabulary and practices are part of a religious doctrine closely tied to Scientology beliefs.

    The end product of Study Tech is an individual who has been taught to "duplicate" uncritically any proposition, no matter how dubious.

    It deprecates critical analysis and genuine understanding in favour of a mindless acceptance of the author as an unassailable authority figure. It reflects L. Ron Hubbard's profoundly authoritarian desire to be seen as the "Source" of all Scientology wisdom and it serves his aim of encouraging unquestioning acceptance of his authority.

    The real danger of Study Tech is that it was designed for indoctrination, not education. While it may be good at producing obedient Scientologists, it is completely at odds with promoting the ability to think independently.

    It quite deliberately aims to reduce a student's ability to think critically. Students are taught to distrust their own intelligence and background knowledge, passively and uncritically accepting whatever they are being told.

    This can only deprive students of a skill vital in an age saturated with conflicting messages, where critical thinking is essential to making sense of the world. Study Tech's doctrinaire and authoritarian approach to teaching is hostile to, and deserves no place in, secular educational institutions.

    Between Hubbard's history of lies, the damaging aspects of using Study Tech, his own personal views about children, and his failure as a father, why would Will and Jada Smith consider teaching this unproven mumbo jumbo which derived from an uneducated con man who lied about his entire life and his accomplishments.

    Keep in mind he lied about MANY more of his accomplishments, including his trumped up military career. We just listed a few concerning his educational background, or shall we say lack there of.

    So who convinced the Smiths that this Study Tech was the right route to go? Maybe it was his trainer Darrel Foster. Who just happens to be Piano Foster's husband.

    Smith golfs on the weekends with Darrel too. Darrel is of course also a Scientologist and is listed in the Scientology data base as a celebrity, like wife Piano. They both took the same Scientology course. Interesting.

    Or perhaps it was BFF Tom Cruise. Tommy boy is such a HUGE advocate of Applied Scholastics, and even lobbied in DC to have every school in the US teaching this study tech.

    Quoting the Applied Scholastics website: (where it has an entire page of celebrities that endorse this study tech. Of course every one of them a Scientologist including Isaac Hayes, even though there is no mention of Isaac's death, or that he was a part of WISE another huge Scientology front group):

    Tom is an activist and global ambassador for Applied Scholastics. His work includes helping Applied Scholastics establish their 100-acre international training institute and headquarters in St,. Louis Missouri.

    So Tom Cruise is a global ambassador for this Study Tech? And his educational credentials are exactly what again? Or am I just being glib?

    Cruise was a very poor student. He claims that Study Tech helped cure his dyslexia. Wait a minute, he is a full blown Scientologist, and he claims he was helped by using Scientology Study Tech? Now remind me again how the New Village Academy isn't indoctrination into Scientology?

    This Study Tech is ONLY endorsed by Scientologists, Scientology celebrities and people who just do not know any better. Would you want your children learning Hubbard's Scientology Study Tech in their school?

    Wake up Will and Jada. Either you are already brainwashed into thinking this was a good idea to use Study Tech in your school, or Scientology is using you. Well, sadly it's probably both.

    People, get involved. Ask the Government why this Study Tech is not being put under a microscope and fully investigated. Tell Scientology NO. Not my children, not in my neighborhood.

    Every day that passes, is another day that a child will be experiencing the harmful effects of this Study Tech. Write to the Board Of Education, the California Teachers Association and your law officials.

    There are many schools teaching this tech and parents must be made aware of the consequences their children may face.
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  18. Anonymous Member

    Obvious troll is obvious.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/21/inside-suri-cruises-new-v_n_973717.html
    http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/explainer/2011/09/edunetics.html
    http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity...asses-at-school-with-scientology-ties-2011149
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  19. Anonymous Member

    They were clearly using Study Tech and the whole Scientology pantheon in the beginning. ("Ethics Teachers" sounds better than "Ethics Officers", amiright?)

    Show us the paper trail from pre-2010 that they were openly paying for the use of it.

    If you can't, then the lack of a paper trail 2010 and later is just more of the same.
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    "Touretsky said, “Study Tech is no more a secular learning methodology than wine and communion wafers are a Sunday morning snack.”
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  25. DeathHamster Member

    Bagged and tagged.
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  26. Anonymous Member

    Done!
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  27. Anonymous Member

    I wonder why the cult is suddenly so interested in sweeping the net of all proof that the school was run by the Scientology corporation, and sending a troll our way to repeat the same lies over and over.

    I wonder if the lolsuit may be coming sooner than expected.
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  28. Kilia Member

    Done (#3)
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  29. Kilia Member

    Just a sneaking hunch.... I'm beginning to think that this is what's in the future as well.
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  30. RightOn Member

    aww they don't want to play any more.
    Stat push is over.
    oh well moving on
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  31. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Maybe they thought that hiring a new principal named "Piano" was the key to orchestrating a school which stanza chance to sustain success, although ivory much doubt that the situation was so black-and-white.
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  32. As ifness Member

    They pedalled their school for a while but couldn't sustain it. They octave given up long ago. It wasn't their forte.
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  33. Anonymous Member

    On that note, can we put a lid on the puns?
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  34. Anonymous Member

    Why so crotchety? There has been a bare minim of puns, and none of them were really treble.
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  35. Anonymous Member

    Sorry, I didn't mean to cause dischord.
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  36. Random guy Member

    Lemme see...

    We have posted sources confirming that study tech was there from the initiation, and that in 2009, the headmaster were replaced with a scientologist. All available dox point to the school becoming more scientologist with time, yet you claim it became less so with time. This is the reason why asking you to document your assertion is reasonable. Bitching about us not being interested in knowing the facts is not a good answer.

    If you have any sources this is what actually happened, we will be very happy to revise our views. However, "because I say so" will not do, we need actual sources.
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  37. Random guy Member

    That is all fine and dandy, the problem is that we only have your word for it, and it goes against the other independent sources we have. We know the CoS order their people to regularly lie to hide the connection of their front groups. This is why "I say so" won't fly as an argument, you will have to provide independent sources. We demand the same from ourselves: Back up any claim with documents scans, pictures or articles written by others. It is just the way we roll here. Deal with it or get lost.
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  40. RightOn Member

    caught some of the news this morning on Good Morning America. Looks like Jaden made a big boo boo with his latest weets. LOL
    They mentioned he was home schooled and mentioned NVLA and that it taught study tech by LRH
    WIN!!
    oh and also read some of his tweets.= WIN!
    Will post in the Jaden tweet thread too

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