Blog: Suppressive: A New Definition? - 2009-07-18

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F0.png Suppressive: A New Definition? July 18, 2009, Jefferson Hawkins, Leaving Scientology

According to my Ethics Book, Suppressives comprise 2 1/2 percent of the population. That's why we refer to them, colloquially, as "two-and-a-half percenters." And we are supposed to be able to recognize them by certain characteristics, certain attributes - 12 in number. Any trained Scientologist should be able to spot an SP.

With that in mind, I was intrigued by this article showing that "49 out of 50 staff members from the last organization that L. Ron Hubbard personally ran himself in St Hill, England (known as 'Old Saint Hill') have been declared 'suppressive persons' by David Miscavige and kicked out of Scientology forever."

That's right, 49 out of 50 staff members of "Old Saint Hill" have been declared Suppressive by current Scientology Management. And that, by my calculation, is 98%. This is the organization, remember, that LRH holds up as the stellar example of what real expansion should be like. This is the standard that all Orgs are supposed to be striving for - to become the "size of Old Saint Hill."