Data on Ideal Org Building Outpoints

COB RTC David Miscavige has just received a shocking a KR concerning outpoints in Los Angeles Area Ideal Orgs!

It seems that these Ideal Orgs are filthy and are not being properly maintained!

COB RTC David Miscavige has placed all of CLO into lowered conditions, rice and beans, quarter pay, and bilge cleaning four hours a day for lowering the repute of the Sea Organization.

CLO is is ordered to fire off a mission to ensure that these filthy Ideal Orgs are at least clean when any photographs are taken for PR purposes.

Written by a Sea Org member, we in RTC quote verbatim from this shocking KR:

**Data on Ideal Org Building Outpoints***

(I am only including data that I knew were a direct result of our own out admin and mis-management. This is also only the data I knew about.)

LA Org (The “Model” Ideal Org of Earth):

Major roof leak! Anything more than a drizzle would cause a stream of water to drip through the fourth floor ceiling in 3-6 spots. Every time this happened I had better be there within an hour of it starting to downpour or I would get NAILED. It was my building so it was MY responsibility. My lack of training or funds to handle it was besides the point entirely.

The Film room doors were given cheaper doors which allowed the sound float into the courserooms.

Nothing special was done for the auditing room walls or HVAC- as result PCs in those rooms could hear nearby PCs.

There was only one working sump-pump for both pit areas. Since neither one had a backup we were taking a seriously stinky risk. If one had gone, it would have overflowed, with septic sewage smells permeating through the org and local neighborhood for weeks.

The High Trim expansion joints were filled in and resulting in hundreds of hours and dev-t of me and outside hired professionals trying to maintain the many bulges.

Only HALF on the toilets and urinals were given sensors. As a result the public would assume they all had sensors and would not often flush. This cased a lot of urine build up as you can imagine. Even when making it to each bathroom every 4 hours.

There was NO safe way provided for me to change the Dianetics reception lights. It was about 30’ high and I would have to grab a 25’ A frame ladder which had a broken foot that was sort of taped together with another piece of metal.

The building started with FLAT PAINT. The original painters were paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for this overt product. All of the walls had to be redone, that task led by me, and of course without thanks.

HVAC filled with fiberglass from renovations, estimate to clean was over $1,000,000

HVAC ducts not redone so AC efficiency was seriously questionable. LA Org had to pay about $3000 a month for AC – yet many of the areas were uncomfortably warm and unusable.

Every ideal Org had a testing center to help flow body traffic in except for LA Org. It was ironic that LA Org had to show how all the flow lines worked when it couldn’t show the very first one. A large test Center has been owned for more than 10 years but has never been renovated. Instead LA Org has been made to pay $13,000 a month to rent the shitty temporary test Center on Hollywood way. Maybe 10% of the ceiling tiles were in good order. The rug was damaged in most places from water stains and any time it rained you would see a labyrinth of plastic coming from the ceiling in order to funnel the many different leaks. The front gate was unusable but the poor staff would be seen morning and night spending 10 minutes screeching the thing open and shut. One of the receptionists, who was out there half the time, did not usually have dress shoes and instead had sneakers on, even with the new LA Org uniform. IN this way LA Org has had to spend $1.5 million, over the last 10 years, black PRing the name of Scientology on one of the busiest streets in the world. I saw it was recently shut and am very glad. That thing was such a DB piss hole that also drained a lot of time from the LA Org Estates.

Due to lack of Estates personnel and staff cleaning you would occasionally see cockroaches in the Ground floor areas (Under the first floor).

The Div 6 Public Folders rolling shelves got a face lift but the actual track and wheels were not repaired, as a result signs like “DO NOT MOVE THIS SHELF, IT CRACKS THE FLOOR” would be posted.

During the LA Org opening the signs on the Mens and Womens BR doors were switched so DM could have a bigger restroom. The signs were left like that by the crew who switched it for me to figure out how to fix.

Inglewood Org

Flat paint was still used on these walls even though I had proven how stupid that was ONLY because they were operating off of old plans. Hundreds of Sea Org man-hours and hundreds of thousands of dollars were spent and not a single person spoke up before the opening. It is already known that this Org was only going to have two SO members to maintain it, even though it was two separate buildings. It was not maintainable and did not have enough staff to maintain it. The resulting lack of activity cost the Inglewood Org 70% of its staff members.

Their HVAC was also contaminated due to turning on the AC then there was still a lot of construction and remodeling going. Renting exterior AC units did not seem to be an option.

There were only 2 SO posted to take care of it when it was known they needed at least 4.

The floor tiles were never sealed during rennos and the new Estates personnel did not know how to do it. As a result they usually looked FILTHY and soaked up a ton of the staffs time.

There were too few ‘walk on mats’ in the Org and as a result much of the dirt and filth would be free to flow into the org.

Phoenix Org

Flat paint was used again ‘because they were operating off old plans’.

There were several carpet stains during opening. The warranty on the carpets demand that no water extraction is done for six months. The estates manager will not be able to hot water extract those stains out, he will have to do some other bullshit process and get killed for his lack of product. By the time he is allowed to use the right process the stain will already have been long one with the carpet itself.

Only 1 SO personnel was assigned even thought it was known it was a job for 4.

There were no ‘walk on mats’ in the Org and as a result much of the dirt and filth would be free to flow into the org.

Pasadena Org

Flat paint was used again ‘because they were operating off old plans’.

There were too few ‘walk on mats’ in the Org and as a result much of the dirt and filth would be free to flow into the org.

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    • We in RTC are quite happy to answer the snarky petrochemical-scented question of Global Capitalism HQ.

      As Church of Scientology spokesman Ken Delusion is away at a spiritual retreat, however, we will have our Director of Public Affairs handle your question.



      • As you know The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is a nonprofit mental health watchdog, responsible for helping to enact more than 150 laws protecting individuals from abusive or coercive practices. CCHR has long fought to restore basic inalienable human rights to the field of mental health, including, but not limited to, full informed consent regarding the medical legitimacy of psychiatric diagnosis, the risks of psychiatric treatments, the right to all available medical alternatives and the right to refuse any treatment considered harmful.

        CCHR was co-founded in 1969 by the Church of Scientology and Professor of Psychiatry Emeritus Dr. Thomas Szasz at a time when patients were being warehoused in institutions and stripped of all constitutional, civil and human rights.

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        CCHR has worked for more than forty years for full informed consent in the field of mental health, and the right to all the information regarding psychiatric diagnoses and treatment, not just the information coming from those with a vested interest in keeping the public in the dark.

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  1. Another one of the few bitter defrocked apostates, many who have shopped similar false claims to the gossip media for years. Their claims continually shift because these “sources” are improvising their stories as they go along. As you know they lack credibility and are admitted liars with enormous axes to grind.

    Karin Pouw
    Director of Public Affairs
    Church of Scientology International


  2. Ideal Orgs are filled with thetans…as COB and RTC know quite well, the challenge is filling them with bodies.


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