“We in the Church of Scientology wish to point out that planets don’t clear themselves,” declared Church spokesman Ken Delusion.
“Clearing costs money as do Ideal Orgs, dissemination centers, hyperbaric implanting chambers, and soundproof interrogation rooms.”
“Factually,” Delusion emphasized, “you can’t put a price on TRUTH except we in the Church of Scientology can and do each and every day because someone must. Our technology allows us to do such things as put a price on engrams and other crimes.”
“People must be made to pay for their crimes and we in the Church of Scientology are here to collect their money.”
“As a general rule, an ordinary engram costs, on average, $12,500 to handle. Your typical homo sap raw meat wog usually has hundreds of thousands or millions of engrams. This is why auditing always inevitably adds up to great big sums of money. Such is the price of unenturbulating enturbulated theta.”
“And then of course there are IAS statuses to be purchased.”