Hello, Employees of Durable Slate. We are Anonymous.
A number of you, as well as former employees have approached us at protests. Several more have contacted us through our message
boards, through youtube, and through email. Anonymous regrets to hear how the Scientologists are running Durable Slate, how they
coerce people into taking classes which are actually designed to indoctrinate people into the cult of Scientology. Anonymous regrets
how they have no respect for your own beliefs and wishes.
This cannot be allowed to stand.
All companies have training and courses. Those other companies do not use training tied to a cult. The Federal government's own
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission specifically cites Scientology run companies as being coercive in pushing Scientology
courses, and gives such places as examples of a Religiously Hostile Workplace.
This is what is happening at Durable Slate. Scientology does not respect the human rights of its members or critics, so why should
it respect yours?Though the brothers who own Durable Slate, and the scientology staffers there step on your rights, it heartens
Anonymous to see employees starting to stand up and to speak out. One employee was even bold enough to leave a comment on the
original Message to Durable Slate video, confirming our allegations.Still, Anonymous invites more of you to speak out. Tell us your
stories. Call local television stations, call into radio talk shows, contact the Columbus Dispatch or The Other Paper and tell them
your story. One person can be pushed aside, but when more speak up, interest is piqued and pressure felt.
Anonymous recognizes these are tough economic times, and we do not wish that anyone should lose their job. Anonymous wishes Durable
Slate to prosper and grow, but surely the scientologists at Durable Slate are more concerned with recruiting members to meet the
cult's staffing and fundraising goals, than truly taking care of you or your customers. Ask yourself... where did the money from
your Christmas bonuses go? Why is there no longer money spent on a company picnic? Anonymous knows. The money is going to grow the
local cult, and not rewarding you for your hard work, not in thanking you for your efforts. Ask yourself... other companies that
make you take training on your own time compensate you for that time; why does Durable Slate not do so when it makes you come down
to the org building on High Street. Gas is not free, and your time is valuable.
Is this right? Is this fair? Is it even reasonable that they should funnel money from the company to the cult and regard you as "raw
meat" for their pernicious and tumorous pyramid scheme? Anonymous says it is not. Anonymous invites you to stop by and see us at one
of our protests, or to contact the EEOC at eeoc.gov.You are being exposed to undue stress and pressure. Pressure which is, in fact,
Scientology is a criminal organization that uses the methods of a cult to control and seduce. It is a proverbial wolf, dressed in
sheep's clothing. You have the right to follow your conscience. You have the right to be treated with dignity and fairness under the
law. You have the right to work to the best of your abilities without being indoctrinated into the cult of scientology.
Anonymous, is watching. Anonymous, is planning. Anonymous, is doing.
Scientologists of Durable Slate, Anonymous is now at cause. Your malign influence will only be further exposed and shown to be the
cancer it is. Anonymous is the chemotherapy. Knowledge and people are, and must be, free.
We are Anonymous.
We are Legion.
We do not forgive. We do not forget.
You can reach the EEOC:
If you have a TTY device for hearing impaired:
TTY number is 1-800-669-6820
Please include your zip code and/or city and state so that your email will be sent to the appropriate office.
Anthony J. Celebrezze Federal Building
1240 E. 9th Street, Suite 3001
Cleveland, OH 44199
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