the village voice- update on Scientology Attacks The New Yorker

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I t really looks like things are falling apart at an accelerated rate. Here' a quote from Rinder which is exactly what I was thinking.




I think their own publications could be the best thing to wake people up at this point.

The opportunities to wake up - prompted by the bizarre nature of Scientology's campaigns against it enemies - started in 1951, but Dianetics/Scientology was small then, had little money and, of course, there was no Internet. Yet, back then, the pattern was established - in Hubbard's letters to the FBI, telling wild tales and denouncing others as Communists, in his tales to others, both spoken and written.

Amongst those attacked were Hubbard's second wife Sara, the author of the Introduction for 1950 'Dianetics' Dr. J.A. Winter, and even fellow science fiction author A.E. van Vogt. Next came Don Purcell in 1952, '53, and '54, and Hubbard filled the ears of Scientologists with more bizarre attacks on Purcell. Hubbard even gloated about Purcell's death, years later, in 1959.

Below is a tiny piece of the Hubbard vs Purcell story, and that would have been lost if had not been for dusty old issues of the 'Aberree', a "squirrel" publication from 1954 to 1964: http://www.aberree.com/v08/n07p10.html

Anyone who has seen one of Scientology's many "Dead Agent" packs, will have seen another expression of Scientology's attacks on its many enemies. And 'Freedom Magazine' has been used many times, in the past, to attack enemies, although these enemies were usually psychiatrists or "wog" critics.

In the past, without an Internet, Scientology's capacity to simply erase another human being was far greater. Hubbard's first wife Sara, and his red headed daughter by Sara, were "erased," Dr. Winter was "erased," along with Don Purcell. Nibs (L. Ron Hubbard Jr.) was "erased," although spying and covert attacks on Nibs from Scientology continued for most of his life, even the "World's First Real Clear," and "Pope of Scientology," John McMaster, was "erased."

And each time someone was erased, most Scientologists would take it in stride and, eager to continue on their path to Clear and Operating Thetan, promptly cooperate with the official "erasure," and forget.

Then came the mysterious twelve bankers who were "red as paint," and Ron's Journal 67' about the great catastrophe that occurred in this sector of the galaxy 75 million years ago, and these were more tales from Hubbard, not unlike his tales, years earlier, about the Navy, and then the Communists, trying to capture Dianetics and Scientology, but it didn't matter, as there was the latest tech breakthrough and the next day's session. Scientologists were busy blowing their minds while not noticing that they were on an assembly line in a ball bearing factory - but that's another story...

So, anyway, the parade of "chaos merchants" and "SPs" continued, with many only locally known, which made their "erasure" and being forgotten, even easier, and Scientology rolled along.

And then came the "erasure" of David Mayo in 1982/1983, with Hubbard hiding out from subpoena servers, but still alive and about, and secretly running Scientology through his favorite henchman David Miscavige: http://www.holysmoke.org/mo/story-of-a-squirrel-david-mayo.htm

And then came the Internet.

And now we are watching the tradition that Hubbard established, adapted to the age of the Internet.
 
Didn't Hubbard say that a criminal unwittingly tries to get himself locked up? The same mechanism must be at work here!

Hubbard was trying to explain why he felt he needed to lock himself up in a mobile home to a life of solitary confinement, where he spent the last decade of his life jacked up with Vistaril, in a fetal position and soiled diaper, being haunted by the evil he inflicted on everyone he came in contact with.
 
Originally Posted by Thrak

I think their own publications could be the best thing to wake people up at this point.
Didn't Hubbard say that a criminal unwittingly tries to get himself locked up? The same mechanism must be at work here!

I don't know how many know about the FDA e-meter raids years ago, but afterwards I think it was FCDC (DC org) that published a booklet about the raids and mailed it to their entire CF. (central files - names & copies of all correspondance of all of the org's public)

There was a BC tape later on where Ron lamblasts them for doing it, saying most of the CF were not aware of the raids and the org sure fixed that. His minions have a long history of footbulletry.

Has there been any response to the New Yorker attack by any of the other media yet? That should be interesting, their response to the Haggis attacks.

Mimsey
 

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I don't know how many remember the FDA raids, but afterwards I think it was FCDC (DC org) that published a booklet about the raids and mailed it to their entire CF. (central files - names & copies of all correspondance of all of the org's public)

There was a BC tape later on where Ron lamblasts them for doing it, saying most of the CF were not aware of the raids and the org sure fixed that. His minions have a long history of footbulletry.

Has there been any response to the New Yorker attack by any of the other media yet? That should be interesting, their response to the Haggis attacks.

Mimsey

That would have been 1963 wouldn't it?

They weren't applying Hubbard Standard Sneakiness Tech.

Yet, there must have been some mention of the FDA raids in Scientology literature, as these somber words appeared on the cover of the next edition of 'Ability' magazine, from Ron:

"We'll still be alive when the cold wind moans through the girders of the gutted buildings. And we'll still be alive when the only movement on Pennsylvania Avenue will be the frightened scurry of a piece of paper in the dusty street. The sad part of it is, they [the United States government] could have been alive too."

The distribution of outrageous propaganda to "inappropriate public" was done by Hubbard himself. In the mid 1950s, and for a quarter century afterwards, he portrayed himself - in a book sold to both "wog" and Scientology public - as a nuclear physicist. Also in the mid 1950s, he concocted his hoax 'Russian Textbook on Psychopolitics' which - remarkably - denounced Dianetics as a threat to the expansion of Russian Communism in the West, and had it distributed far and wide. By the mid 1960s, however, Hubbard had become more discreet about his hoax "Russian Textbook" a.k.a. the 'Brainwashing Manual', but still instructed that it be used for propaganda purposes. In an 'Executive Directive' he wrote:

"We are probably the only group, church, or healing, in the field that refuses to be degraded. Have you ever seen the 'Brainwashing Manual'?... You can have copies of it free if you spread them around town... Our current attackers are walking straight into a minefield. Personal ruin faces each of these few attackers the moment we start our campaign..."

I wonder what the "Homo Saps" of East Grinstead, England thought when they were handed a copy of the Dianetics-denouncing "Russian Textbook"?
 

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1st Amendment-as much as it is good thing,that much and more it is bad thing....
Imagine your son dies somewhere and then those lunatics from Westboro BC,coming on funeral and screaming all this stupid "fag" shit,or "god do that" or whatever ....on funeral!!!! just ,cause they use 1st Amendment !!??!!:duh:
So someone can say now,but that is good thing that we have it...again,-imagine that you are the one who must make that funeral for your son....

big hello from LRHs Bulgraviya.


Those guys aren't even a church. They're lawyers, they try to get people to assault them so they can sue them. It's how they make a living. The nice thing about the about the 1st amendment is that you can allow people to show the whole world how stupid they are. Most of us here probably don't like the KKK for example, but if you allow them to go out in public and have their say, people can see how stupid they really are.
 

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The opportunities to wake up - prompted by the bizarre nature of Scientology's campaigns against it enemies - started in 1951, but Dianetics/Scientology was small then, had little money and, of course, there was no Internet. Yet, back then, the pattern was established - in Hubbard's letters to the FBI, telling wild tales and denouncing others as Communists, in his tales to others, both spoken and written.

Amongst those attacked were Hubbard's second wife Sara, the author of the Introduction for 1950 'Dianetics' Dr. J.A. Winter, and even fellow science fiction author A.E. van Vogt. Next came Don Purcell in 1952, '53, and '54, and Hubbard filled the ears of Scientologists with more bizarre attacks on Purcell. Hubbard even gloated about Purcell's death, years later, in 1959.

Below is a tiny piece of the Hubbard vs Purcell story, and that would have been lost if had not been for dusty old issues of the 'Aberree', a "squirrel" publication from 1954 to 1964: http://www.aberree.com/v08/n07p10.html

Anyone who has seen one of Scientology's many "Dead Agent" packs, will have seen another expression of Scientology's attacks on its many enemies. And 'Freedom Magazine' has been used many times, in the past, to attack enemies, although these enemies were usually psychiatrists or "wog" critics.

In the past, without an Internet, Scientology's capacity to simply erase another human being was far greater. Hubbard's first wife Sara, and his red headed daughter by Sara, were "erased," Dr. Winter was "erased," along with Don Purcell. Nibs (L. Ron Hubbard Jr.) was "erased," although spying and covert attacks on Nibs from Scientology continued for most of his life, even the "World's First Real Clear," and "Pope of Scientology," John McMaster, was "erased."

And each time someone was erased, most Scientologists would take it in stride and, eager to continue on their path to Clear and Operating Thetan, promptly cooperate with the official "erasure," and forget.

Then came the mysterious twelve bankers who were "red as paint," and Ron's Journal 67' about the great catastrophe that occurred in this sector of the galaxy 75 million years ago, and these were more tales from Hubbard, not unlike his tales, years earlier, about the Navy, and then the Communists, trying to capture Dianetics and Scientology, but it didn't matter, as there was the latest tech breakthrough and the next day's session. Scientologists were busy blowing their minds while not noticing that they were on an assembly line in a ball bearing factory - but that's another story...

So, anyway, the parade of "chaos merchants" and "SPs" continued, with many only locally known, which made their "erasure" and being forgotten, even easier, and Scientology rolled along.

And then came the "erasure" of David Mayo in 1982/1983, with Hubbard hiding out from subpoena servers, but still alive and about, and secretly running Scientology through his favorite henchman David Miscavige: http://www.holysmoke.org/mo/story-of-a-squirrel-david-mayo.htm

And then came the Internet.

And now we are watching the tradition that Hubbard established, adapted to the age of the Internet.


Thanks for the fact-based clarity that you always bring to light, sir!
 
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