Part 1: Save the Planet Scam
The entity that carries out the fundraising for the “Super Power Expansion Project” is CSRT (Church of Scientology Religious Trust).
CSRT publishes advertisements in which they claim:
"Your postulates and your donation to this life-saving, planet-saving project is what will make the difference. By contributing to the FLAG® Super Power Expansion Project, you can help bring about LRH's solution to planetary clearing"
This has been being promoted since 1993. This technology will save the planet and thus it is vital to support the Super Power Expansion Project so the rundowns can be released to the public.
THIS IS THE BIG LIE. Every piece of promotional material and fundraising interview rests on the need for money to construct a new building and the release of these so vital rundowns.
This is in contradiction to what is by L. Ron Hubbard in 1978.
"Super Power will be delivered at Saint Hills within the next 6 weeks..."
LRH ED 301 INT
17 December 1978
Ron's Journal 30
(Tech Vol. XI, p. 380)
Now, if these rundowns are so vital that they can realize the goal of planetary clearing – and they were ready to be delivered beginning in 1979 – WHAT IS THE HOLD UP? Here we are in 2012 and still no Super Power Rundowns released.
If no building was required in December of 1978, why is one required now?
The reality is, there is no correlation between the release and delivery of the Super Power rundowns and a new building at FLAG. In fact, since the beginning of this fundraising campaign, Flag has purchased and entirely renovated a 14 story delivery building (the Oak Cove) across the street from the Ft Harrison, AND has fully renovated the Ft Harrison itself. Why? They are NOT vital to planetary clearing?
The truth is, the Super Power Expansion Project is a flat out deceptive lie with the purpose to extract money from parishioners.
Oh yes, there is more.