AUDIO: Scientology recruiter says wrecked families small price for salvaged planet - 2020-05-23
Phil Jones has waged war with Scientology since it ripped his family apart with its cruel 'disconnection' policy. You've read here about his campaign to place billboards in Los Angeles and Florida about disconnection, and about his involvement in a TV series that never aired. He's a regular contributor here, and he and his wife Willie are two of the most inspiring ex-Scientologists we know, fighting against the church simply because they want to see their two grown children again, Emily and Mike, who are both committed Sea Org members.
And yet, despite all that, Scientology is desperate to "recover" lapsed members (recruiting new people is more futile than ever), and so it puts enormous resources into tracking down formerly active Scientologists and pestering them about watching a new video or signing up for a new class. And so Phil Jones still gets these recruiting calls from clueless Scientology telemarketers who are apparently unaware of his history.
Recently, Phil found a voicemail on his phone that came all the way from Saint Hill Manor, Scientology's UK headquarters, where the person leaving the message, Martin, said that although the facility was shut down for the pandemic, he was still calling from home. (And for some reason, he said he was calling for "Jeff.")