Sane advice from Scientology’s non-religious moral code The Way to Happiness:
There are many practical reasons for not murdering your friends, your family, or yourself being murdered.
Just one example: A murderous rampage could lead to a standoff with police in which you find yourself barricaded in a dead friend or family member’s home where there is no e-meter. This leaves you unable to solo audit. Then what? Your NOTs case goes into fullblown restim. You begin freewheeling through your implants. This is a departure from the ideal scene you’ve worked so hard to create.
Worse, during tense negotiations with police you can easily use up all of your mobile data. This leads to a huge bill for extra mobile data that could easily be $150 or more.
“We in Scientology have long warned the public that reading the OT materials without proper preparations will cause a person to freewheel through their implants, catch pneumonia, and die,” said Church spokesman Ken Delusion.
“We in Scientology can confirm that former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg went on the SP site xs4all where he read the legally webbed OT materials. Sure enough, Nunberg began to freewheel through his implants and became quite insane as he babbled away on political talk shows like a drunken Pentecostal.”
“However there is more this story,” cautioned Delusion. “Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller is hot on Nunberg’s tracks. We in Scientology believe Nunberg read the OT materials in order to set up an ‘OT Insanity’ defense ahead of possible criminal charges.”
“This would not be the first time someone accused Scientology of driving them insane,” Delusion noted.
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