I heard more and more people are leaving the company.
Here is the stupid thing. I have written about this before. Everytime somebody leaves the company, the chairman and his close cronies will sit and talk for hours about how bad that person is.
Sometimes, they will keep it very hush hush that somebody left. But sometimes they will announce it and let everybody know that somebody has left. Whatever it is, the public and private message is that this person is 100% bad for leaving and it is 100% their fault that they left.
They will make up a story about why this person left. They will always say that it is because of this person’s weakness or attachment, like they cannot stand the training, or they are too attached to the worldly life and they don’t want to give up their worldly things, or they are attached to their partners and cannot give it up, or they are weak and stupid and cannot understand what the chairman is doing for them etc etc their favourite thing to say is that the chairman and the company did sooooooooooooooooooooo much for this person and look at how ungrateful and selfish this person is that they will just leave like that after everything we did for them.
They have all these mini campaigns to talk badly about every single person who has left. But they never, never, never, never, never ever look at what part they have to play to make people want to leave. If one or two people leave, then maybe you can consider that it is just those people who are a bit weird. But now more and more and more people are leaving but they will never stop to think and consider how are they responsible for causing people to be so unhappy that they will want to leave??
If you were a really good place and really did good things for people and people are happy and peaceful and strong, why will they want to leave? But more and more people are leaving. I heard that even the very close people to the chairman have left. What is going on? Is it true that every single person who left is wrong? Or is it there is something much more going on that is making so many people – even the close ones – to be so unhappy?
Oh, of course, the chairman also has an explanation for this! He will say that when the company grows, then some people cannot handle it. On a spiritual level, they do not have the positive karma to allow them to remain there, so they will drop out along the way as the company gets more advanced. He says that not everybody can handle enlightenment because it becomes more and more tough and the “requirements” are higher, so the people who have a lot of negative karma will be pulled away by this negative karma and they will leave.
This makes people believe that only the truly good and privileged and spiritual people will stay and it is a sign of weakness and bad karma that you leave.
The chairman will also turn it around and say, well every single organisation or religious group in the world has people who leaves. So it is no big deal. It is normal that people will leave.
So these are the standard lines that we, as his close followers and assistants, have to tell new people or people on the outside who don’t understand why people leave. We have to tell people that it is all 100% the fault of the person who leaves – they have bad karma, they are attached, they are selfish and ungrateful, they cannot stand the training. We also have to tell people how much the chairman has done for this person. We give examples and stories and even share what personal stories about what we have seen that the chairman has done for this person over many years. We emphasise over and over again how much the chairman loves this person, he had such high hopes for this person, he treated this person like his own family, he spent so much money on this person, he even helped this person’s family. we will talk and talk about how many good things the chairman and the company did just for this one person, then we will throw the bomb – “how can this person just leave like that after they received so much from the company and when the chairman loves them so much?”
Of course, we never share the bad things or all the pressures or difficulties that the person may have to face. We never say that the chairman maybe beat this person or threw him on the ground. We never say that this person maybe was put in a room and 30+ people screamed at him for 10 hours. We just say that they are ungrateful and they are weak and they cannot stand the training, and how selfish and stupid they are to throw away so much opportunity.
Of course, if we are talking to a new person or a person on the outside who does not know the full story, they will think what a bad, ungrateful person is he that left. Of course, that is the intention. We must make people believe that the person left because they are totally bad and ungrateful and selfish. We must not give any hint that they were unhappy because of the circumstances or the situation or because the company did anything bad.
The company and the chairman takes absolutely 100% NO RESPONSIBILITY for anybody being unhappy or wanting to leave.