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The Miscavige Regime:  Criminality and Squirreling Go Hand in Paw


In 1955, Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard issued a policy statement entitled "The Scientologist - A Manual on the Dissemination of Material," printed in booklet form in "Ability Major 1." The booklet states that it was the official publication of the Hubbard Dianetics Research Foundation and the Hubbard Association of Scientologists, International, 1955 by the HASI . In this "scripture," Hubbard laid down what was to be his Scientology organization's basic litigation strategy:

"The purpose of the suit is to harrass and discourage rather than to win. ¶ The law can be used very easily to harrass, and enough harrassment on somebody who is simply on the thin edge anyway, well knowing that he is not authorized, will generally be sufficient to cause his professional de-cease. If possible, of course, ruin him utterly."
-- http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/dissem-of-material-1955.html

Images of the booklet's cover, copyright page and page 7, which contains this text, are available at: http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/dissem-of-material-1955-1.html

In 1971, the American St. Hill Organization, a "branch of the Church of Scientology of California," reprinted the same document," 1968 L. Ron Hubbard," in a book entitled "Magazine Articles on Level 0 Checksheet by L. Ron Hubbard. The only changes in Hubbard's litigation policy for Scientology in this publication are spelling corrections of the words "harass" and "harassment."

"The purpose of the suit is to harass and discourage rather than to win. ¶ The law can be used very easily to harass, and enough harassment on somebody who is simply on the thin edge anyway, well knowing that he is not authorized, will generally be sufficient to cause his professional decease. If possible, of course, ruin him utterly."
-- http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/dissem-of-material-1968.html

Images of the book's cover, copyright page, table of contents and pages 53-55, which contain this text, are webbed at: http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/dissem-of-material-1968-1.html

It is very likely that the original spelling errors are Hubbard's, because he made the same error in his "Admissions," which he wrote about eight years before he wrote Scientology's litigation strategy that was published in the 1955 booklet.

"I returned to sea as navigator of a large ship and was subsequently selected for the Military Government School at Princeton whither I went in 1944-45 for three months. During my Princeton sojourn I was very tired and harrassed (sp?) [sic] and spent week-ends with a writer friend in Philadelphia."
-- http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/writings/ars/ars-2000-03- 11.html#harrassed

In Volume II of the 1976 edition of "Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology," published by "Church of Scientology of California, Publications Organization Division, American Saint Hill Organization," L. Ron Hubbard, the same document was printed, ordering the same basic litigation policy, identical in spelling and grammar to the1968/71 version.

"The purpose of the suit is to harass and discourage rather than to win. ¶ The law can be used very easily to harass, and enough harassment on somebody who is simply on the thin edge anyway, well knowing that he is not authorized, will generally be sufficient to cause his professional decease. If possible, of course, ruin him utterly."
-- http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/dissem-of-material-1976.html

Images of the volume's title page, copyright page and page 157, which contains this policy, are webbed at: http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/dissem-of-material-1976-1.html

Volume III of the 1991 edition of "Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology," published by Bridge Publications, Inc., L. Ron Hubbard Library, contains the same "scripture," "The Scientologist - A Manual on the Dissemination of Material." The totality of the text directing Hubbard's basic litigation strategy and policy for Scientology organizations, however, has been removed from the document. http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/dissem-of-material-1991.html

Images of the volume's title page, copyright page, page 40, showing that it is the 1955 publication in Ability Major 1 that is being republished, and pages 47 and 48, which show that the key litigation policy has been deleted from the "scripture," are webbed here: http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/dissem-of-material-1991-1.html

Scientology Policy Directive 19, dated July 7, 1982, entitled "The Integrity of Source," states:

"It is hereafter firm Church policy that LRH ISSUES ARE TO BE LEFT INTACT AS ISSUED.

No one except LRH may cancel his issues.

No one except LRH can revise his issues whereby changes are incorporated into the text and then reissued. Any valid revisions must hereafter be made in a separate issue stating the change and how the revision is to be read. It must also state why the change is being effected, for example, if there has been an ecclesiastical change or a technical development.

Changes in Church policy become valid Church policy by being adopted by the Board per his request in HCO PL 1 Sep 66 FOUNDER that "I. Policy Letters are hereafter to be accepted or nullified by Boards of Directors in their regular meetings".

However, the original LRH issue (regardless of type) shall remain intact so that the original wording is kept. In this way, his writings retain their integrity and there is no mystery as to what he wrote and what the revision stated and why.

The only occasion for any revision of an LRH issue is if a typographical error was found in the original. Already existing issues stand intact and valid. Any further changes will be dealt with on an issue-by-issue basis. This policy will allow the integrity of Source to be reinstated."
-- http://www.antisectes.net/integrity-of-source.htm

Scientology "ethics" "scripture" states:

"Suppressive acts [also called "high crimes"] are defined as actions or omissions undertaken to knowingly suppress, reduce or impede Scientology or Scientologists."
-- L. Ron Hubbard, Introduction to Scientology Ethics, 1998 L. Ron Hubbard Library, 294

Scientology's Suppressive Acts or High Crimes include:

"Issuing alter-ised [altered] Scientology technical data or information or instructional or admin procedures, calling it Scientology or calling it something else to confuse or deceive people as to the true source, beliefs and practices of Scientology."
-- Ibid.

Scientology's suppressive acts, or high crimes, also include:

"Violation or neglect of any of the ten points of Keeping Scientology Working, as listed here:

One: Having the correct technology.
Two: Knowing the technology.
Three: Knowing it is correct.
Four: Teaching correctly the correct technology.
Five: Applying the technology.
Six: Seeing that the technology is correctly applied.
Seven: Hammering out of existence incorrect technology.
Eight: Knocking out incorrect applications.
Nine: Closing the door on any possibility of incorrect technology.
Ten: Closing the door on incorrect application." 
-- Ibid, 298

It is clear that deleting the basic litigation strategy, which in 1955 Hubbard ordered for Scientology and which remained his cult’s publicly visible litigation policy for decades, is not merely the correction of a typographical error. Hubbard’s typographical errors – or spelling errors actually – were corrected between the 1955 and 1968 printings of this basic litigation policy. The deletion of a policy of this importance, that governed Scientology’s legal bureaus and litigation machine, including the organization’s wog® lawyers, can only be the issuing of radically alter-ised Scientology data to confuse or deceive people as to the true source, beliefs and practices of Scientology. The deletion of the following basic litigation strategy from Scientology “scriptures” by the Miscavige regime is a high crime, a suppressive act.

"The purpose of the suit is to harass and discourage rather than to win. ¶ The law can be used very easily to harass, and enough harassment on somebody who is simply on the thin edge anyway, well knowing that he is not authorized, will generally be sufficient to cause his professional decease. If possible, of course, ruin him utterly."

The deletion of this key policy from Scientology “scriptures” is also a violation or neglect of every one of the ten points of “Keeping Scientology Working.” Under Hubbard, Scientologists must have had what he said -- and what they believed -- was the correct technology. Scientologists knew to use the law very easily to harass people, to use it to generate sufficient harassment to cause people’s professional death, and to ruin them utterly. This was the legal strategy by which Hubbard had Scientology destroy its enemies and flourish and prosper.

The Miscavige regime’s removal of this policy from what Scientology presents as its “scriptures,” on its face, would also mean that Scientologists no longer have the correct technology, and would no longer know it was correct. Because the Miscavige regime had removed this basic litigation policy from “scripture,” this technology could not be taught correctly and wouldn’t be applied, and there would be nothing in writing with which to evaluate whether any litigation technology was correctly applied. Each of these violations or omissions is a suppressive act, a high crime.

If the Miscavige regime really had removed this technology of using the law to harass, kill professionally and ruin utterly, which was clearly the tech Hubbard thought was correct, it would be impossible for Scientologists to hammer out of existence any incorrect technology. The technology that would be getting the existence hammered out of it is the correct tech. Incorrect applications couldn’t be caught and hammered, because no application of always-incorrect tech could ever be correct. The door would be closed on any possibility of correct technology, but left wide open for incorrect tech. And the door would also be wide open for incorrect application, because that would be the only application possible. All of these actions or omissions, as a result of the removal of this basic litigation policy from Scientology’s “scriptures,” are suppressive acts.

The deadly seriousness with which Scientologists view and apply “ Keeping Scientology Working,” and view violations of its ten points, is shown in Hubbard’s policy letter by the same name dated 7 February 1965.

"We're not playing some minor game in Scientology. It isn't cute or something to do for lack of something better.

The whole agonized future of this planet, every man, woman and child on it, and your own destiny for the next endless trillions of years depend on what you do here and now with and in Scientology.

This is a deadly serious activity. And if we miss getting out of the trap now, we may never again have another chance.

Remember, this is our first chance to do so in all the endless trillions of years of the past. Don't muff it now because it seems unpleasant or unsocial to do Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten.

Do them and we'll win."

“Keeping Scientology Working” is the most used and quoted policy, or “scripture” in the cult, and is known throughout Scientology by its initials, “KSW.” It is included on virtually every checksheet for every course. See, for example, its inclusion as the first item on the Office of Special Affairs' Intelligence Officer Checksheet: http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/osa-int-ed-508r.html
Images of the face page of this policy letter, the page containing the ten points and the page containing this quote, printed as pages 7, 8 and 13 respectively in the “Basic Staff Hat,” Volume 0 of the Organization Executive Course, published by Bridge Publications, Inc., © 1991 L. Ron Hubbard Library are webbed here:

If the whole agonized future of this planet, every man, woman and child on it, and their own destiny for the next endless trillions of years depend on what they do here and now with and in Scientology, why has the Miscavige regime violated every point of KSW and issued alter-ised Scientology data to confuse or deceive people as to the true source, beliefs and practices of Scientology? If this is the first and only chance to get out of the trap in all the endless trillions of years, why have Miscavige and his cohorts committed high crimes, these willful suppressive acts, which Hubbard says will keep us, and them, in the trap? Why have they deleted from “scripture” this obviously key and basic policy for Scientology legal activities:

"The purpose of the suit is to harass and discourage rather than to win. ¶ The law can be used very easily to harass, and enough harassment on somebody who is simply on the thin edge anyway, well knowing that he is not authorized, will generally be sufficient to cause his professional decease. If possible, of course, ruin him utterly."

I believe that all the relevant evidence demonstrates that the Miscavige regime removed this key litigation policy from Scientology’s published “ scriptures” because it orders actions in violation of criminal wog® laws, and Miscavige and his gang will do whatever is necessary to stay out of wog® prison, even if that requires open, flagrant commission of Scientological high crimes. It is by wog® law unlawful to use the law for the purpose of harassment. It is unlawful to use the law for the purpose of causing people’s professional decease. It is unlawful to use the law to ruin people utterly. And it is unlawful to form a conspiracy to do so, to order the conspirators to do so, to teach this unlawful “technology” and enforce this unlawful “technology” with hammering and door closing. I believe that Miscavige ordered the removal of this unlawful policy from the Scientology cult’s publicly available materials because of his guilty knowledge that the policy is indeed unlawful.

The fact is, however, that while Miscavige and his regime have removed this criminal policy from public “scriptures,” nothing has changed in his and the Scientology cult’s legal strategy and “technology,” and in their application of that strategy and “technology.” Scientology still uses the law to harass, to kill professionally and to ruin utterly, all in violation of criminal laws. Miscavige and his criminal cohorts have simply removed their actual basic litigation policy from public view in order to try to escape prosecution for the crimes the Scientology cultists are committing in applying the policy.

This “removal” of the public statement of this criminal policy, but continuing to apply the same policy, while denying that the criminal policy being applied is actual policy -- since it is no longer a part of “ scripture” -- is very similar to what cult founder Hubbard did with his “ cancellation” of his notorious “fair game” doctrine. Fair game orders Scientologists to commit acts that violate criminal wog® laws against people declared by the cult to be “enemies,” and hence “suppressive persons” or “SPs.” Hubbard’s most infamous enunciation of the fair game doctrine is contained in his policy letter of 18 October 1967, “ Penalties for Lower Conditions.”

"ENEMY SP Order. Fair game. May be deprived of property or injured by any means by any Scientologist without any discipline of the Scientologist. May be tricked, sued or lied to or destroyed."
http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/sp/pl-penalties-for-lower- conds.html

Tricking and lying to one’s “enemies,” who are also members of the same civilized society, is, of course, antisocial behavior, the behavior of sociopaths. Depriving one’s “enemies” of property, injuring them and destroying them are criminal actions. Suing one’s enemies, if the purposes are to harass them, kill them professionally or ruin them utterly, is also a criminal action. Scientology’s basic litigation policy of using the law for these illegal purposes is a facet of the doctrine of fair game. Organizing to plan and execute these actions against people targeted as “ enemies” creates a criminal conspiracy, which is what, as directed by Hubbard, and now Miscavige, Scientology is.

Hubbard’s fair game doctrine, after he spelled it out in his 18 October 1967 policy letter, was quickly recognized by thinking government officials, journalists and citizens as calling for violent, unlawful actions against the cult’s “enemies.” As a result, he issued another policy letter dated 21 October 1968 entitled “Cancellation of Fair Game,” which the Miscavige regime insists cancelled this criminal doctrine. But Hubbard was just fair gaming his “enemies” with his “cancellation,” just playing a trick on them. He “cancelled” the use of the term “fair game” when declaring people “enemies” or “SPs,” with the cynical excuse that it caused bad PR, but he ordered that the same “ treatment” of those “enemies” continue as before.

Scientologists in the Hubbard regime knew that the same violent, antisocial and criminal actions were to be taken against these “enemies,” the “SPs.” Fair game would continue, but it would not be called by that name.

"The practice of declaring people FAIR GAME will cease. FAIR GAME may not appear on any Ethics Order. It causes bad public relations.

This P/L does not cancel any policy on the treatment or handling of an SP."
-- http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/sp/pl-1968-10-21-cancel-fair- game.html

As is painfully well known by the doctrine’s many victims, fair game has continued as an essential Scientology organization philosophy, policy and practice right up until today, almost thirty-five years after it was “ cancelled.” Fair game has continued to be exposed as alive and well in Scientology in countless sworn accounts from former Scientologists, continued to be criticized in media around the world, and continued to be condemned in official inquires and judicial rulings.

"Fair game" policy which was initiated by founder and chief official of defendant church and which operated to authorize members of church to treat "enemies" in such a manner as led to filing of criminal theft charge against plaintiff was sufficient to establish ratification necessary for an award of punitive damages."
-- Allard v. Scientology (1976) 58 Cal.App.3d 439, 129 Cal.Rptr. 797

"From the evidence presented to this court in 1984, at the very least, similar conclusions can be drawn. In addition to violating and abusing its own members civil rights, the organization over the years with its "Fair Game" doctrine has harassed and abused those persons not in the Church whom it perceives as enemies."
Decision, June 20, 1984 in Scientology v. Armstrong, Los Angeles Superior Court, No. C 420153, http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/legal/a1/breckenridge-decision.html
affirmed on appeal,
-- Scientology v. Armstrong (1991) 232 Cal.App.3d 1060 , 283 Cal.Rptr. 917 http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/legal/a1/appeal/283cal.rptr.917.html

"Evidence was introduced that, at least during the time relevant to Wollersheim's case, "fair game" was a practice of retribution Scientology threatened to inflict on "suppressives," which included people who left the organization or anyone who could pose a threat to the organization. Once someone was identified as a "suppressive," all Scientologists were authorized to do anything to "neutralize" that individual -- economically, politically, and psychologically."
-- Wollersheim v. Scientology (1989) 212 Cal.App.3d 872, 260 Cal.Rptr. 331
http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/legal/wollersheim/opinion-1989-07- 18.html

Even though the Miscavige regime’s “removal” of Scientology’s basic litigation policy from the cult’s public “scriptures” constitutes -- pursuant to the same “scriptures” -- a suppressive act, in reality nothing happened. The policy remains Scientology’s actual litigation policy and practice, and is just as unlawful today as it was during the years it appeared as Hubbard’s directive in the publicly available materials. And just as the other criminal aspects of fair game have continued to be judicially condemned long after Hubbard’s bogus cancellation of the doctrine, Scientology’s criminal litigation strategy continues to be judicially recognized and condemned years after Miscavige faked its removal from “scripture.”

"[Scientology] has recently begun to harass my former law clerk who assisted me on this case, even though she now lives in another city and has other legal employment. This action, in combination with other misconduct by counsel over the years has caused me to reassess my state of mind with respect to the propriety of continuing to preside over the matter: I have concluded that I should not.
[Scientology’s] noncompliance has consisted of evasions, misrepresentations, broken promises and lies, but ultimately with refusal. As part of this scheme to not comply, the plaintiffs have undertaken a massive campaign of filing every conceivable motion (and some inconceivable) to disguise the true issue in these pretrial proceedings. Apparently viewing litigation as war, plaintiffs by this tactic have had the effect of massively increasing the costs to the other parties, and, for a while, to the Court."
-- Declaration of U.S. District Court Judge James M. Ideman dated June 21, 1993, filed in Religious Technology Center, v. U.S. District Court, Respondent, David Mayo, Real Party in Interest, No. 93-70281 in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals

"This appeal court and the trial court below was used as a means in Scientology's pursuit of the "fair game," policy of punishing those who leave Scientology without Scientology's approval. This appears to be a continuation of the fair games procedure of Scientology to discredit and to destroy and ruin an adversary by whatever means available.
Such evidence leads to the conclusion that this proceeding was a device for destroying Yanny and any lawyers who chose to work with him. This appeal is the " Fair Game" of Scientology infamy at work."
-- RTC v. Yanny, California Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District No. B058291, filed June 29, 1994

"Declarations of former members and officials of the Church, Gerald Armstrong and Vicki Aznaran, revealed the practices and policies of the Church, including its "fair game" doctrine and employment of litigation practices designed "to bludgeon the opposition into submission," as well as attacks against judges who rule against it. The declaration of an attorney who had represented the Church (Joseph A. Yanny), submitted in an action brought by the Church against him and others, related aspects of the Church's "fair game" doctrine, including copies of exhibits to demonstrate "the Cult, according to written policy, will use any means legal or illegal to subvert and frustrate judicial process against them, and will willingly and knowingly abuse judicial process in order to attack perceived 'enemies.'"
Scientology v. Wollersheim (1996) 42 Cal.App.4th 628, 49 Cal.Rptr.2d 620

It is amazing, and sobering, that although Miscavige and his regime “removed” Hubbard’s basic litigation strategy and policy for Scientology from its public “scriptures,” they left in a closely related Hubbard directive, which shows his criminal intent, and which has undoubtedly shuddered a number of judges into silence; or shuddered them into allowing their courtrooms to be used to harass and ruin the cult’s enemies.

" Cause blue flame to dance on the court house roof until everybody has apologized profusely for having dared to become so adventurous as to arrest a Scientologist who, as a minister of the church, was going about his regular duties."
-- http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/dissem-of-material-1955.html
-- http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/dissem-of-material-1968.html
-- http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/dissem-of-material-1976.html
-- http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/dissem-of-material-1991.html

The “regular duties” of Scientology “ministers” include any number of unlawful acts for which, pursuant to wog® criminal statutes, they could and should be arrested. Scientology’s fair game doctrine and the cult’s basic litigation policy and practice order theft from “ enemies,” injury and destruction of “enemies, use of the law to harass “ enemies,” and use of the law to ruin them utterly, all of which actions are unlawful. In further proof of the fact that Scientology is a criminal conspiracy, the cult directs that if any Scientologist is arrested for these regular duties, other Scientologists are to cause flame to dance on the courthouse roof. Such a threat and act against a court is itself unlawful.

We have been witness to Scientology’s criminal litigation policy inflicted for twenty years on fair game victim Lawrence Wollersheim.
The cult’s litigation fair gaming of attorney Michael Flynn, who represented a number of its victims, is legendary.
Scientology’s dishonest and disgusting prosecution of Keith Henson, both in U.S. District Court for copyright infringement, and in California State Court on manufactured assault and terrorism charges, are frightful miscarriages of justice. http://freehenson.da.ru/
We have been incensed as Scientology turned its criminal litigation policy on free speech advocates who sought to educate the public about the cult’s dangers by exposing such criminal policies. http://www.factnet.org/Scientology/scinternet.htm?FACTNet

We have seen the cult use the law, and abuse the law, suborn perjury and co-opt a bar association, to cause the professional decease of attorney Graham Berry. http://www.xenutv.com/legal/vex.htm
We have witnessed these past several years Scientology’s criminal litigation policy at work in the Lisa McPherson-related criminal and civil proceedings in Florida and Texas, in sickening efforts to destroy her estate’s attorney Ken Dandar, and her family, after the cult destroyed Lisa.
http://www.google.com/groups?selm=bi6h8o.3vvefk5.1%40whyaretheydead.net& oe=UTF-8&output=gplain
We have watched as the cult’s litigation machine, executing its criminal policy, ground down and ground up Bob Minton. http://lisatrust.bogie.nl/stories/timeline/index.html
I have myself the personal experience of twenty-one years of Miscavige regime fair game and criminal abuse of the justice system. http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/index.html
In my case, the Scientology cultists have demonstrated that they will, knowingly and rapaciously, use the justice system in violation of U.S. Federal criminal civil rights laws to unlawfully harass, ruin, imprison and destroy a fair game target. http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/writings/ars/ars-2003-08-21.html

On paper, David Miscavige runs the Scientology cult from his position as “Chairman of the Board” of RTC. In reality, because Scientology is a dictatorship, and Miscavige is the dictator, his post title and its location on the organization board are meaningless. The Miscavige regime claims that RTC is the “the protector of the Scientology religion,” containing “an independent investigatory and policing body whose function is to keep Scientology working by ensuring the pure and ethical use of Dianetics and Scientology technology.” In reality, Miscavige and RTC do their investigating and policing to ensure the pure use of unethical, indeed criminal, “technology.” They keep Scientology’s criminal conspiracy working.

The Miscavige regime requires that Scientologists send reports to RTC on a long list of “Matters of RTC Concern,” “to help locate hidden suppression, infiltration, subversion or corruption within and external to Scientology.” This, of course, gives RTC the appearance of opposing suppression, subversion and corruption and of keeping Scientology “technology” pure. In reality, the Miscavige regime is itself suppressive, subversive and corrupt, and what they are keeping pure, and free from infiltration, is suppressive and corrupt, and subversive of what is good, honest and just. Scientologists’ reports to RTC provide the Miscavige regime with intelligence to help locate, suppress and destroy any threat to their criminal dictator’s dictatorship.

As the removal of their cult’s Hubbard-ordered basic litigation policy from the “scriptures”demonstrates, Miscavige and his gang don’t care a whit about the “change or squirreling of the technology of Scientology.” They are themselves squirreling the “tech” whenever it suits their purposes. They don’t care if in the issuing of their “alter-ised Scientology tech” they “confuse or deceive people as to the true source, beliefs and practices of Scientology.” It is their clear intent to confuse and deceive people. The Miscavige regimers don’t care if the ten points of KSW -- as many decent duped Scientologists think of them -- are violated. The regime violates these points whenever they want, which is every day of the year.

The Miscavige regime does, however, care very seriously about the “ instigation of destructive activities,” the “willful perversion or corruption of the tech,” or the “squirreling,” as these apply to their criminal conspiracy. They want desperately to hammer out of existence and close the door on “any actions or omissions undertaken to knowingly suppress, reduce or impede” their unlawful activities. Anyone who won’t apply standard fair game “must be gotten off the lines.” Anyone who won’t use the law to harass Miscavige’s “enemies” and ruin them utterly will be “rapidly detected and rooted out, and standard tech and policy restored.”

Hubbard writes in “KSW” that “there is no more ethical group on this planet than ourselves”-- the Scientologists. Consider how “ethical” the fellow running this most “ethical group” would have to be. Wouldn’t he have to be so “ethical” that he would sacrifice the whole agonized future of this planet, every man, woman and child on it, to keep his deadly serious activity going, to keep Scientology working?


© 2003 Gerry Armstrong



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