From: Gerry Armstrong <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: SPs
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>HCO POLICY LETTER OF 7 AUGUST 1965
>Real SPs comprise about 2-1/2 per cent of the population. By restimulating
>others they make another 17-1/2 per cent into Potential Trouble Sources.
>Therefore about 20% of the population is Ethics type.
>We must not allow this 20% to prevent the 80% from crossing the bridge.
>We are no enemy of the SP. But he can't have friends, can he?
>So we handle the SP and his PTSs and carry on with our job.
The "handling," as well as the treatment, of SPs is commonly
No policy has ever altered the treatment or handling of SPs since
Hubbard determined there are SPs. One policy specifically stated that
the treatment and handling of SPs is not changed.
Hubbard didn't invent "fair game." It is a common English term
predating Hubbard. My Webster's says: "legitimately open to attack
That is exactly what Hubbard meant. People identified as SPs in
accordance with the "Suppressive Person" doctrine are legitimately
open to attack or pursuit. The "legitimacy" comes from Scientology's
being above the law, above wog justice, and from Scientologists' being
the only people with the only technology to get everything right.
The state in which certain people are legitimately open to attack or
pursuit, from the attackers' or pursuers' perspective, is the state of
Scientology denies that its policy for the treatment and handling of
SPs is fair game, and Hubbard and generations of cultists have gone to
astonishing lengths to cloak the policy and erase any mention of the
But Scientology cannot erase the term "war," nor Hubbard's
reissued by the Miscavige regime, that ordered very clearly that the
treatment and handling of SPs is war.
Wars are composed of many battles.
Never treat a war like a skirmish. Treat all skirmishes like wars.
Scientology is engaged in what Hubbard calls "barbarian warfare"
against SPs. The cultists must have very positive fears and terrors
about us. They are fighting for our total attrition.
It would be tempting, and in wog world terms completely legitmate for
SPs to ourselves fight on a basis of total attrition of the
Scientolgists that seek our total attrition. But I think the answer is
to get the Scientologists to stop seeking the SPs' total attrition, so
that we don't have to seek their total attrition.
I think it's worthwhile, at least for now and while we ourselves are
not totally attrited, to do what we can to try to find any
Scientologists that might not be getting all that much joy out of
waging this war of total attrition on the good wogs their cult
identifies as SPs.
If the Scientologists don't stop their dirty war on SPs, at some point
before we are all attrited we will have no choice but to ourselves
fight on a basis of their total attrition, but for the moment I think
we should do what is in our power short of their total attrition to
encourage them to make peace.
© Gerry Armstrong