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Blog: Scientology Condition of Liability - 2018-02-03

F376.png Scientology Condition of Liability February 3, 2018, Mike Rinder, Something Can Be Done About It

I'm always amazed at the ability of Scientologists to turn a blind eye to the LRH tech and policy they've sworn to follow and uphold. I should know. From my first week as a student on the Communication Course way back when, I put on blinders every time I walked in the mission. The more I studied, the more I knew things weren't completely right. Then again, there was this young blonde girl… But I digress.

Per L. Ron Hubbard's Condition of Liability, "Below Non-Existence there is the Condition of Liability. The being has ceased to be simply non-existent as a team member and has taken on the color of an enemy. It is assigned where careless or malicious and knowing damage is caused to projects, orgs, or activities. It is adjudicated that it is malicious and knowing because orders have been published against it or because it is contrary to the intentions and actions of the remainder of the team or the purpose of the project or org. The condition is usually assigned when several Danger and Non-Existences have been assigned or when a long unchanged pattern of conduct has been detected."

How many Scientologists does it take to detect "several Danger and Non-Existences" or "a long unchanged pattern of conduct"? One to hold the lightbulb; two to…