HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex
HCO POLICY LETTER OF 27 MARCH 1984
HCO Boards of Review
Establishment Officer Series 58
THREE CLASSES OF PEOPLE
HCO PL 25 Mar. 63 MODEL HAT FOR AN EXECUTIVE
HCO PL 23 Feb. 78 BOARD OF REVIEW
HCO PL 24 Feb. 72 INJUSTICE
HCO PL 29 Mar. 82 Personnel Series 40, PERSONNEL POLICY)
People generally fall into three types:
1. Those who go along handling life,
2. Those who get into bad situations occasionally and have to be pulled out of them, and
3. Those who are incorrigibly making sure that nothing ever gets anywhere.
This is a very high generality but it has some workability in application.
Those in category 1 don’t need any correction and are self-correcting.
Those in category 2 can be corrected and will then fly right.
Those in category 3 are simply dedicated losers and will continue to be dedicated losers until they have been put through an extensive program of Sec Checking and PTS checking for non-survival considerations and evil purposes on all dynamics.
It usually depends on the person’s track record but mostly whether the person has actually been productive or counterproductive as a way of life.
This data is especially relevant to execs, HCOs and Quals.
Boards of Review also should know this data as sometimes people in the middle category are unjustly removed or dismissed when they should have simply been corrected. Sometimes people in the first or second category are gotten rid of by people in the last category. So this too must be watched for.
In investigating along these lines, your target is simply justice or injustice.
L. RON HUBBARD
- This policy is listed on SPD 139 30 May 1986 PTS/SP Checksheet Part One B37. ↩