[Repost of my May reponse to J. Pilkonis, the Bowden, Georgia journalist who exposed Narconon in his hometown and repulsed the cult advance. The new Narconons are part of the same project that spawned the Bowden invasion. One of his columns is here: http://www.carrollstarnews.net/jpopinion.html The short explanation: Narconon Arrowhead is an 'org generator' and the activities creating all these satellite Narconons probably comes out of there, at least according to Miscavige himself.]
On 08 May 2002 03:01:08 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (JPilkonis1) wrote:
>So go on. Antagonize me some more.
Btw, I think I've figured out why you are having this Narconon to deal with in Georgia. At the IAS New Year's Event this year, David Miscavige stated that the new Narconon, Narconon Arrowhead was intended to generate new Narconons. Similarly, Miscavige claimed that other new orgs were intended to be "generators" in this fashion.
"This year we didn't just expand. In every sector we made giant strides by establishing 'generation plants' for expansion. In other words, not just 'another Narconon,' but a Narconon Arrowhead that generates them all over the world."
So far, yours is the only one I've heard of, but perhaps others have slipped under the radar. It should also be noted that Miscavige speeches at the IAS New Year's Event are often exaggerated when not outright lies.
However that statement probably does represent a statement of intent, and the reason you have that Narconon attempting to set up shop is part of a larger project. Presumably (you might want to check), the Narconon staff you are dealing with are from Narconon Arrowhead.
(Why does this all remind me of the old video game Gauntlet with monster generators?)