THE CREEDS AND CODES OF SCIENTOLOGY
The successful participant of a group is that participant who closely approximates in his own activities the ideal, ethic and rationale of the overall group.
The responsibility of the individual for the group as a whole should not be less than the responsibility of the group for the individual.
The group member has, as part of his responsibility, the smooth operation of the entire group.
A group member must exert and insist upon his rights and prerogatives as a group member and insist upon the rights and prerogatives of the group as a group and let not these rights be diminished in any way or degree for any excuse or claimed expeditiousness.
The member of a true group must exert and practice his right to contribute to the group. And he must insist upon the right of the group to contribute to him. He should recognize that a myriad of group failures will result when either of these contributions is denied as a right. (A welfare state being that state in which the member is not permitted to contribute to the state but must take contribution from the state.)