We pick up in this interview in 1990 when Robyn had just completed the Sea Org’s version of boot camp, called the Estates Project Force or EPF. Once a person completes this, they are usually assigned to a specific sub-organization within the Church hierarchy where they will learn a new job or what they call a post, and spend quite some time doing that.
However, because the Sea Org tries to do so much and has so few people, resources are often stretched thin. It is a usual case that instead of establishing a person and training them well and keeping them on a post while they get more new recruits into the Sea Org, the people in charge of personnel in the SO will transfer staff around from place to place to solve whatever emergency situation has hit the lines. This can result in people being moved around many times a year and in Robin’s case, that’s exactly what happened.
There are some other details of Robyn’s early Sea Org experiences that are also quite eye-opening and give us a realy great insight into what life is like in Scientology’s elite corps and how long this group has been ripping off its members and worse. You are not going to believe what’s at the end of this part of the interview. Remember while you are watching this that these people consider themselves to be the elite of planet Earth, the best and brightest of all Mankind and the people who are saving the world.