OFFICE OF SPECIAL AFFAIRS
4 April 1988
OSA Network Order No. 1161
All Execs & Staff
(Originally written by LRH circa December 1978.)
I got the book Cointelpro, The FBI’s Secret War On Political Freedom (edited by Cathy Perkus, Monad Press, New York), and was suddenly struck by the way the Anti-Religious Movement would fit into the FBI-CIA modus operandi.
Members of ARM—hardware merchant types—are the kind of persons who would believe it was patriotic to cooperate with the establishment.
I imagine parents’ groups would have some sort of a contact.
The establishment uses psychiatrists in IRS actions and seems to use psychiatrists in other ways.
So people like Sargant probably have their connections with the FBI and CIA (I think of no better way to ruin psychiatry than to expose that it was secretly an agent of the establishment). Psychiatrists are on these parents’ groups.
What you’re looking at is a group vs. group think as described in the book Cointelpro.
Their whole house of cards will collapse if by deposition and interrogatories in any suit or legal proceeding it could be established that the FBI-CIA were the actual organizers and even funders of such groups.
We know the CIA actively funded and ran student groups to oppose anti-war groups.
I also think you will find that most of your opponents overseas are directly connected with the establishment in the US. Now that the operations board has been isolated it should be easy to spot their outer connections and run them back and expose them.
I think you should make it a solid rule that in every trial or court action you use interrogatories and depositions which bluntly demand connections with the FBI, CIA, IRS, on a paid or volunteer basis. If you do this, just as a routine activity, it will turn up evidence which can then be used not only in suits against the government, but also in severely amputating the dangers and destructive power of the FBI and CIA.
L. RON HUBBARD