In order to get into the part of Rhodes, Hubbard apparently used to dress up in a kaftan, turban, embroidered slippers and used a long art-deco cigarette holder. He also apparently used face rouge.:
Ian Smith had been in secret talks with the British Government over the resolution of Rhodesia's breakaway independence action. I personally have no doubt that Hubbards escapades in Rhodesia were fully mentioned at that time and that they may well have triggered the govermnent clampdown on Scn activities in the UK.
Ah! Finally something that explains the 'Millenium' segment on 'Selfpsophy' where post office clad buggers atttempt to control society.
Now it makes sense!
Willie Mandela? Do you mean Nelson or his wife Winnie?
Winnie was never in jail. Nelson was lucky to get life. Had he done in the USA what he was doing in South Africa at that time he would most certainly have got a death sentence.
Here's a general question for you Brits, and especially the anons among you: since the UK has its own version of the Freedom of Information Act, has anyone given thought to obtaining release of any government materials related to LRH in Rhodesia, or elsewhere for that matter?
If there IS a transcript of a call between Smith and Wilson (?) or ministerial notes referencing LRH in Rhodesia, they might make interesting reading. Given the age of the events & the death of the involved parties, the government just might be willing to "cough up".
If verified the "draq queen incident" would make a notable addition to the Hubbard Mythos.
Mark A. Baker