"I hear a lot of whining and moaning here and there about how bad it is over  here. But I notice it is always from people who are totally incompetent and  who depend for their communication line on their imagination and with as  little recourse to fact as possible."                                         -L. Ron Hubbard, 1955

It Is Just Fact

“It has been consistently observed by many observers that when a place seems to be critical of or in disagreement with Ron or cool toward his plans, the public falls rapidly away. No squirrel has ever survived. Treat a bust or a personal office of mine with disrespect and the public falls away. Apologize for my policies and the public stays off in droves. There’s nothing of superstition about this. The public wants Scientology, Ron’s brand and they don’t buy other brands. In thirteen years, every squirrel or disaffected or critical office has miserably failed.

“The ‘we agree in most things with Ron but…’ sees the coattails of the public, not their faces.

“I repeat that this is no self-interested observation. It is just fact. ‘This office doesn’t fully agree with Ron’ is a sure trademark of failure.”

L. Ron Hubbard

From HCO PL 27 December 1963

The “Magic” of Good Management