Scientology pampered some of its big donors with a trip back in time to Phoenix in 1954 - 2016-03-29

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F347.png Scientology pampered some of its big donors with a trip back in time to Phoenix in 1954 March 29, 2016, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

As former Scientology spokesman Mike Rinder has pointed out numerous times, church leader David Miscavige can't let up for one moment on the new projects and fundraising appeals.

Scientologists have been under intense pressure to donate large sums for plenty of projects that are now open and standing largely empty — Ideal Orgs around the world, the Super Power Building that took 15 years to construct, and of course initiatives like the Basics and the Golden Age of Tech Phase 2. As soon as one of these projects is funded and comes to fruition, Miscavige has to have something waiting in the wings so the membership can never rest. To do so would invite reflection on how all of these pricey projects are utter failures as membership dwindles more rapidly than ever.

And so, as soon as the Super Power Building, renamed the Flag Building, was opened in November 2013, there was another funding opportunity right next door: L. Ron Hubbard Hall.


{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Scientology pampered some of its big donors with a trip back in time to Phoenix in 1954 | url = https://tonyortega.org/2016/03/29/scientology-pampered-some-of-its-big-donors-with-a-trip-back-in-time-to-phoenix-in-1954/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = March 29, 2016 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}