Jefferson Hawkins Explains the Ethics of Scientology's "Suppressive Person" - 2013-11-28

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F347.png Jefferson Hawkins Explains the Ethics of Scientology's "Suppressive Person" November 28, 2013, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Have you ever seen an SP, Tom? Jefferson Hawkins was once the top marketing executive for the Church of Scientology and helped it reach its greatest extent with the famous "volcano" TV ads in the 1980s. He's told his tale of getting into and out of the church with his excellent books Counterfeit Dreams and Leaving Scientology, and he's helping us understand the upside-down world of Scientology "ethics."

Where are you taking us next, Jeff?

JEFFERSON: This week, we're taking up Chapter 7 of the Ethics book, "The Basics of Suppression." We'll actually split this chapter into two articles, one on Suppressive Persons, and another, next week, on Potential Trouble Sources. Both concepts are so integral to the Scientology control system that they each deserve their own analysis. So this week, we'll take up Suppressives.


{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Jefferson Hawkins Explains the Ethics of Scientology's "Suppressive Person" | url = https://tonyortega.org/2013/11/28/jefferson-hawkins-explains-the-ethics-of-scientologys-suppressive-person/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = November 28, 2013 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}