HCO Ethics Order No. 29
9 July 19651
Class VI materials or further Class VI or Class VII materials are denied
As I have lost any further desire to help them.
Additionally, no person declared a Suppressive regardless of the outcome may hereafter have any Class VI or Class VII materials.
Our position is this:
We are not, like do-gooders, under any compulsion to help those who do not like us and we are not so guilty of crimes that we seek to make amends to anyone, therefore our help is entirely given at our own discretion and out of the goodness of our hearts and when we no longer desire to help somebody and yet do so, we go against our inclinations and would soon be denying help to all.
Therefore our wish to help anyone is totally based on a whim, is not covered, cannot really be bought, might possibly be earned by helping us.
Hereafter when I lose the wish to help anyone, I will simply cease to help them. I did not put them where they are. If I had, such overts would not have left me bright enough to fish people out. So any help we give is only at our own free will.
L. RON HUBBARD