ExVet1: I looked around and this subject doesn’t look like it’s been kicked around on this forum before. Not for a while anyway. As many of you know, the RPF issues were leaked to Wikileaks nearly a year ago. I happen to know who did that. In the “Discussion” portion of that Wikileaks entry is an article on the dreaded RPF Final Assessment. I know who wrote that too. I also know from my own personal experience that write-up is deadly accurate. For your edification, I am leaving the report on the Final Assessment right here. I hope it pisses you off as much as it does me. I wonder if there are any French nationals on the program currently? If so, perhaps the gov’t there would appreciate the information (evil laughter and much hand-wringing)….
The leaked issues are the complete set of the Sea Organisation policies concerning the set-up, organisation and running of all of Scientology’s Rehabilitation Project Forces (RPF). This includes the “technical” program that is used to get RPF inmates to confess to their “crimes” and rid themselves of the “evil purposes” that prompted them to commit those “crimes”. These issues are the current policies in use today. Historical Significance
These documents are genuine. They are what is in use today in the Scientology re-education camps.
The Sea Organisation is that “elite” group of Scientologists who run Scientology. The SO was established by L. Ron Hubbard in 1967 who then ran his new organisation with a very high level of discipline. In early 1974, he established the Rehabilitation Project Force for Sea Org members whom he perceived to be treasonous and destructive to the organisation or to have seriously broken its disciplinary rules, including just plain dissention.
SO members who are assigned to the RPF are considered to be serious criminals.
The RPF is still in operation today in the Sea Organisation and it uses the RPF policy issues that were just leaked. In fact, there are several “camps” located in the following areas: The SO’s Los Angeles facility known as the “PAC Base”, the “Flag Land Base” in Clearwater, Florida, the “ANZO” base located in Sydney, Australia, the UK Base located in East Grinstead, West Sussex, England and the “EU Base” located in Copenhagen, Denmark.
There is a point concerning the technical program that is worth explaining in a bit more detail, and that is the “Final Assessment” that is done at the very end of the program. This “assessment” is done on the following questions. These are asked of the inmate while he or she is hooked up to the e-meter (glorified lie-detector) to see if these questions are still “charged” in the inmate or if the questions are “clean.” It is this last action which tends to drag out the program for years on end. If you look at the questions you will see why. The bottom line is the inmate would have to have full respect and even reverance for David Miscavige and his RTC organisation as well as the rest of Scn management. The fact that this action takes so long to complete (if it gets completed at all) says a great deal. Here are the questions:
1. Regarding Int Execs, do you have an evil purpose?
2. Regarding Int Execs. do you have a vicious intent?
3. Regarding Int Execs, have you been spreading Black PR?
4. Regarding RTC Execs, do you have an evil purpose?
5. Regarding RTC Execs, do you have a vicious intent?
6. Regarding RTC Execs, have you been spreading Black PR?
7. Regarding LRH, do you have an evil purpose?
8. Regarding LRH. do you have a vicious intent?
9. Regarding LRH, have you been spreading Black PR?
10. Regarding LRH, do you have any bad thoughts?
11. Are you secretly disaffected with Management?
12. Do you have any withholds from RTC?
13. Do you have any intention to stop Scientology?
14. Do you have any intention to stop Scientology dissemination?
15. On your RPF program, has an evil purpose been missed?
The program blatantly does NOT work as evidenced by the fact that it takes YEARS to get through it, if indeed one gets through it AT ALL. The original 1974 program was supposed to take 3 months to get through. The program has been severely altered since that time and now takes years to complete (or fail to complete). A key example of an alteration is the final assessment above, which was never advised by Hubbard and was made up by somebody else.
The RPF issues position this program as something compassionate which no other organisation offers to employees who have wronged the organisation they work for. As other organisations simply fire or prosecute errant or criminal employees, RPF inmates are supposed to consider that they are lucky that they have the “opportunity” to participate in this program. However, with these inmates being incarcerated for years on end with only 7 hours sleep, 5 hours per day of compulsory confessions, a full days hard labor and three 20-minute meal breaks, it is plain to see that this program is tantamount to an illegal internal prison system run by the Church of Scientology. Can you think of any other “religion” that treats its employees like this?
Scientology, as is becoming progressively well known, is an aggressive, abusive, dishonest and criminal US-operated cult. The Scientologists are perpetrating among themselves, and attempting to impose on the rest of the world, a massive and blatant suppression and erasure of basic human rights. And the Scientologists are doing this while portraying and positioning themselves as great defenders of human rights.
Scientology calls the rest of the world, the “wog world,” and calls human beings, or Homo sapiens, or us, “wogs,” an epithet that in most cultures means “nigger.” I will use the cult’s term for us throughout my talk to most clearly communicate the Scientologists’ world view, attitudes and actions.
What the Scientologists, in the name of Scientology, have for decades been doing to trample human rights – their own and wogs’ — is so willful and so evil that the public has not yet been able to grasp and confront it, and bring the responsible authorities to deal with it.
Public opinion has not yet turned against Scientology. That will happen, because no evil will last forever, and because the number of individuals in the public who have confronted that evil and whose opinions are against Scientology continues to increase. Both Scientologists and the wogs who oppose the cult’s aggression, abuse, dishonesty and criminality have that day — when public opinion turns against Scientology — to look forward to.
Much of Scientology’s evil has been committed in secret, and, tragically, the cult’s efforts to stifle human rights, particularly the freedom for its victims to speak about its evil, have been somewhat successful. All Scientology’s victims and opponents, however, have not been silenced, and the body of publicly available evidence against the cult has continued to grow.
The materials I’ve assembled and make available from the Scientology v. Gerry Armstrong legal cases, and from the extralegal attacks on me and my family and friends,  document many of the cult’s evils, and the campaign to silence me about my knowledge and experiences. The materials also show how ineffective Scientology actually is, because I have not been silenced.
Briefly about my history: I was inside Scientology for over 12 years, held a number of significant staff positions in its pseudo-naval core, the Sea Organization, and was close to cult founder L. Ron Hubbard. I left when I uncovered and documented enormous fraud being perpetrated on Scientologists like myself, and on everyone else, and I realized that Hubbard and his organization were indeed aggressive, abusive, dishonest and criminal, and were not going to change, and get honest – at least for me at that time upon my lone insistence.
Since I left, over 27 years ago, Hubbard, and now current Scientology head David Miscavige, have considered me a huge threat, and have had me menaced and victimized in many ways and on many channels, by the cult’s own personnel and by hired outside professionals – private investigators, attorneys, bullies.
I have continued to study the cult and its policies and actions, write and speak about it, and still insist that it must change and must get honest. Happily, over the past 27 years, many people in many countries have learned about Scientology’s aggression, abuse, dishonesty and criminality, and many people now write and speak about it, and insist it must change.
Scientology teaches in its scripture that its Scientologist troops are at war with me, and with people like me, whom leader Miscavige identifies as the “enemy.” Scientology’s intentions and goals for us, in its scripture, are to reduce our image to beast level, harass us, ruin us, just go all the way in and obliterate us, and dispose of us quietly and without sorrow. Hubbard ordered in his scripture that Scientologists were to wage “barbarian warfare” against us, on the basis of our “total attrition.”
“Scripture” is defined, by the cult itself, as Hubbard’s “written and recorded words on the subject of Scientology.” The cult calls Hubbard’s writings and lectures “scripture,” which means “the sacred writings of a religion,” because the cult calls itself a “religion.”
Scientology calls itself a “religion” to obtain the benefits, privileges, protections and the benevolent public image that are conferred on religions. Being a religion, the cult claims, makes its aggressive, abusive, dishonest and criminal activities, its war of total attrition of its “enemies,” legally protected “religious expression” or “religious freedom.”
Scientology is not benevolent, but malevolent. Its ostensibly benevolent activities – its Volunteer Ministers that show up to “help” at disaster sites; its Narconon anti-drug operations; its Way to Happiness booklet campaign, etc. – are to cloak the cult’s malevolence, and to feed unsuspecting people, as ordered in its scripture, into its wog-wolfing maw.
In scripture, Hubbard actually labeled people who had been lured into his Scientology “shop,” but who not yet been fully converted or indoctrinated, “raw meat.” This kind of stark-staring cynicism is discernible throughout his over 40 years of written and spoken scripture.
Before he invented his religion, started his cult, and began churning out religious scripture, Hubbard was a cheap pulp magazine writer of action stories, westerns and science fiction. A large portion of his Scientology scripture is pure science fiction. 
In 1984, he was identified as a pathological liar in a judgment following a lengthy trial in the first Scientology versus Gerry Armstrong legal case in Los Angeles, California. The cult has sued me six times altogether. The 1984 judgment was affirmed on appeal in 1991. Scientology scripture is riddled with Hubbard’s incorrigible lying.
Hubbard was an occultist, a fact which, of course, he dishonestly denied. Scientology and its scripture are rooted in left-hand-path, black, magic, which, of course, the cultists also all dishonestly deny.
Hubbard was also a hypnotist, and elements of hypnotism permeate his scriptures – himself and his system as authority; invalidation and elimination of his victims’ prior affinities or allegiances; confusion generation; attention fixing; trance induction; direct and subliminal suggestion and commands.
Most importantly about Hubbard, he was a sociopath. At some point, as an adult, he willfully squelched his God-given conscience to be free to cunningly and cruelly dominate and enslave whoever he could lure into his cult. He would then use his slave troops to vilify, attack and obliterate the good people who opposed or even questioned his slaves’ enslavement or his lies and sociopathy.
David Miscavige, Scientology’s boss since Hubbard died in 1986, is just as gargantuan a liar and just as conscienceless. Miscavige’s and Scientology’s aggression and sociopathy are not limited or restrained by conscience, but by their fear of public exposure, opprobrium and criminal prosecution.
A “racket,” as used in the title of my talk, “Scientology: the Dangerous Environment Racket,” is defined as “a usually illegitimate enterprise or activity that is made workable by coercion, bribery, or intimidation; a system of obtaining money or other advantage illegally, fraudulently, or undeservedly usually with the outward consent of the victims.” This is what the Scientology cult is and does.
In its use of threat to make itself workable, and to obtain money, or other advantages — such as time, cheap or free labor, intelligence (the espionage kind), false testimony, injustice, fanatical allegiance, complete submission, silence, etc. – Scientology is similar to what is known as a “protection racket.”
This is from Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia:
“A protection racket is an extortion scheme whereby a powerful entity or individual coerces other less powerful entities or individuals to pay protection money which allegedly serves to purchase protection services against various external threats.
Those who do not buy into the protection plan are often targeted by criminals. These crimes are typically thought to originate from the organization itself. When a person or group refuses to pay for protection, word is put out that they are outside of the local organization’s protection (these organizations often exist in the absence of a trusted police force) and that the person or group in question is therefore free game for freelance criminals or the organization itself.”
Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard identified people outside his organization’s protection plan with the more common term “fair game.” “Free game” and Scientology’s “fair game,” are in fact identical.
The cult is a powerful, global entity and Hubbard was a power-mad individual, as is Miscavige. They have coerced billions of dollars and unconscionable advantages from countless less powerful entities or groups and individuals.
Scientology and Miscavige put the word out officially and publicly on orders or fatwahs called “Suppressive Person Declares,” that the people they can’t shake down or shut up are outside their protection and fair game. Most of Scientology’s and Miscavige’s orders to the organization’s hired professionals or its own enforcement or intelligence personnel to fair game Miscavige’s enemy targets are issued in secret and unpublished.
The term “dangerous environment,” in the title of my talk, “Scientology: the Dangerous Environment Racket” comes from founder Hubbard, and appears many times in scripture. He made it a key precept in what is known in Scientology as the “Suppressive Person” or “SP” doctrine. My wife Caroline Letkeman and I have a website, “suppressiveperson.org” dedicated to exposing and opposing this doctrine.
Caroline was inside Scientology for 24 years and has now been out for 10 years. She has also studied the cult intensely since leaving, particularly its psychological and societal intentions, actions and harm, and is also considered by Miscavige a major enemy target. To punish her, he had Caroline’s daughter disconnect from her, and there has been no communication in 8 years. She has her own website carolineletkeman.org that is excellent on Hubbard and Scientology fraud, their occult connections, their dangers, and many other important issues.
The Suppressive Person doctrine in Scientology scripture states that Suppressive Persons, or SPs, comprise the most evil two and a half percent of the planetary population. The doctrine states that SPs are the truly destructive, truly psychotic and truly criminal of the world’s wogs, the cause of illness, at the root of every bad condition, and deserving no civil rights.
Scientology scripture says about SPs, whom Hubbard also calls in scripture “merchants of chaos,” “merchants of fear,” and “antisocial personalities,” that “they sell a dangerous environment. If they didn’t sell a dangerous environment they feel they would promptly go broke.” SPs are “specialists in the dangerous environment. That’s their mainstay..” “making the environment threatening. There’s a lot of people spend their whole lives as professional chaos merchants — just worry everybody around them to death.”
Scripture states that SPs “are fellows who are shoving the environment in your face and saying, “Look dangerous. Look overwhelming. Look threatening. Look. Look.” Well, they not only report the most threatening bits of news … but also sensationalize it, and make it worse than it is. What more do you want, as a proof of their intention? Well, of course, this is the chaos merchant” — the SP — “He’s paid to the degree that he can make the environment threatening.”
Hubbard continues that the SP “has lots of troops — a lot of people with vested interests. What’s a blackmailer but somebody who’s trying to extort money by telling somebody that he can make the environment far more dangerous.” The SP is “completely crazy in that he thinks the environment has to be made chaotic… he certainly knows he’s making the environment too much for others. He certainly knows this.”
In the same place in scripture, Hubbard declares that he has taken great advantage of the “dangerous environment” that SPs make in the world and has used it to form the religion’s foundation, what he called “Scientology Zero.” Scientology is founded on a dangerous environment manufactured, per scripture, by the most evil people in the world.
Scientology, Hubbard proclaimed, would sell the idea that it calmed the dangerous environment. “Now, if Scientology moved on forward, the environment would become calmer and calmer… In other words, its potential, hostile, unreachable, untouchable threat, and that sort of thing — the amount of threat contained in it — would reduce.”
Hubbard said that from any individual that Scientologists can get to listen to them, “You have immediate agreement that the environment is dangerous.” This agreement on the dangerous environment then facilitates the individual’s recruitment into Scientology or purchase of its services on the basis of the cult making a calm, unthreatening environment.
A person in a dangerous environment, Hubbard said in scripture, would be overwhelmed, unhappy, without ambition, and in apathy. Being in the undangerous environment that Scientology made, Hubbard claimed, would result in an “individual resurgence” and increased “health level, sanity level, activity level and ambition level,” which would keep people in the cult, paying and working.
In its promotional materials, Scientology constantly calls its offices or churches, “islands of sanity,” and claims they provide a “perfect, safe and distraction-free environment.” The cult calls its current campaign to distribute Hubbard’s “morals” booklet “The Way to Happiness” across the world, “Operation Planetary Calm.” Scientology’s publicly claimed and much ballyhooed “Aims” are “A civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war.” That would be a virtually perfect, evil-free and very safe environment.
In the 1970’s, under Hubbard, Scientology created the “Safe Environment Fund” to raise money to defend Scientology executives who were criminally indicted in US Federal Court in the largest incident of domestic espionage in US history. (Ultimately 11 Scientology intelligence personnel admitted guilt and were sentenced to Federal prison.)
In the 1980’s, under Miscavige, the cult evolved the Safe Environment Fund idea into the “International Association of Scientologists,” the “IAS.” The IAS’s publicly stated purpose is “To unite, advance, support and protect the Scientology religion and Scientologists in all parts of the world, so as to achieve the aims of Scientology as originated by L. Ron Hubbard.” What the IAS is uniting Scientologists to protect their religion and themselves from, the only thing stopping Scientology’s aims from being achieved, it declares, are Suppressive Persons.
SPs oppose Scientology, Hubbard claims in scripture, for the very reason that it makes the environment calmer and safer. They “fight calming influences.” By making a safe environment, Hubbard wrote to Scientologists, “You’re taking the food off the plate of the chaos merchant,” the SP. Miscavige has used the IAS to extract untold millions from Scientologists to protect them from the SPs’ dangerous environment, which he also used Scientology to make as dangerous as it is. Miscavige is paid to the degree he can keep the environment threatening.
In a very cynical scriptural passage Hubbard, wrote, “So understanding Scientology Zero (the cult’s philosophic, organizational and strategic foundation) would include an understanding that the very person who is the worst enemy of Scientology — the chaos merchant, the slave master, the fellow who’s trying to hold everybody down, the fellow who’s trying to keep everybody shook up one way or the other and so he can’t ever get up again (the Suppressive Person) … that fellow, of course, would forward Scientology Zero for you with great speed.” 
In truth, the people that Hubbard and now Miscavige have had labeled “SPs” – “the worst enemies of Scientology” — are largely good, social, conscienceful people who have simply stood up to the organization and spoken out about its fraud, its persecution of others, its Suppressive Person doctrine, or its numerous other antisocial policies and practices.
The SPs that Scientology targets for Fair Game, which is what is done in the world in execution of the SP doctrine against people, don’t make the environment dangerous, except, of course, for the liars, fraudsters, abusers, and other criminals the SPs speak out about. SPs don’t sell a dangerous environment, don’t benefit from a dangerous environment, and desire and work toward a calm, undangerous environment as much as anyone.
In truth too, Scientology does not make a safe environment, and its advertising and selling of a perfect, safe and distraction-free environment is perfect fraud. Hubbard made Scientology a dangerous environment for Scientologists, and made Scientologists make the SPs’ environment dangerous for them, and for other wogs in the wog world.
He wanted the SPs’ environment to be so dangerous for them that he called what the Scientologists are to do to achieve that level of danger for SPs, “War!” He wanted to make the environments of other wogs, who didn’t have the SPs’ knowledge of Scientology, seem very dangerous so they could be recruited into his cult’s claimed calm environment and so money could be extracted or extorted from them to keep them safe.
Miscavige does the same. He and his racketeers make a dangerous environment, both inside and outside of Scientology and populate it with evil SPs, to protect Scientologists from. Every Scientologist studies, accepts and applies Hubbard’s scriptural statements that make the environment, or actually the people in it, unconfrontably dangerous, and generate threat that makes the environment even more dangerous. Miscavige enforces Hubbard’s scriptures and his dangerous environment making, often very threatening, dictates.
In a policy letter in scripture entitled, appropriately, “Keeping Scientology Working,” which is studied repeatedly by Scientologists as they progress in the cult, Hubbard states for example: ”
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.
No other organization or religion or nation is making the environment more dangerous than that. Christians are not being taught that 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 Christianity. If a Christian organization taught such a philosophy, or anti-philosophy, it wouldn’t be doing Christ’s work but Hubbard’s.
The only other entities that might use such a threat, which makes the threatened person responsible for the greatest future horrors imaginable, an environment so dangerous that every man, woman and child is in agony and all their lives and destinies are snuffed out, might be terrorist leaders inciting their terrorist troops to murder and suicide. A “deadly serious activity,” as Hubbard describes Scientology is not safe. It’s dangerous.
Hubbard was making the environment so incredibly dangerous in order to keep Scientology working, and keep Scientologists working for him, buying his lies, buying his products and services, taking his abuse, and waging war against his enemies, the SPs. Miscavige does the same.
Scientology generates a dangerous environment for SPs — potential, hostile, unreachable, untouchable threat, or otherwise – to cause the same effect that Hubbard said in scripture the SPs caused in their victims — overwhelm them, make them unhappy, take away their ambition, drive them into apathy, reduce their health level, sanity level, activity level, etc.
Scientology under Hubbard and Miscavige are so brazen in their manufacture of a dangerous environment, that they include in their scripture directives to make the environment more dangerous even to governments, philosophies, and societies. Hubbard’s and Miscavige’s purpose is to move Scientology on forward and expand its control.
Hubbard wrote on a scriptural page titled “Department of Government Affairs,” which is an intensely studied piece of scripture in Scientology’s intelligence personnel training manuals:
The goal of the department is to bring the government and hostile philosophies or societies into a state of complete compliance with the goals of Scientology. This is done by high level ability to control and in its absence by low level ability to overwhelm. Introvert such agencies. Control such agencies.
Scientology overwhelms and introverts agencies, governments, philosophies, and societies the same way it seeks to overwhelm and introvert SPs — make their environment dangerous. Threaten them. And shudder them into complete compliance with the cult’s goals, or into silence.
One of the cruelest pieces of Scientology’s “dangerous environment tech” is the global campaign to black PR psychology, psychologists, psychiatry and psychiatrists as suppressive, evil and criminal, indeed murderous. The cult’s intention is to make our – the wogs’ — mental health system and the doctors and others in the field and system appear so dangerous that people who could benefit from their school of medicine — the most vulnerable people in society — would be terrified and would not get that help.
Black PR, or Black Propaganda, is Scientology’s policy and practice, which Hubbard detailed in scripture, of willful and relentless rumor mongering, slander and libel, often from hidden sources. The goal, provided in scripture, of Black PR, which is a basic and pervasive component of Scientology’s war, is destruction of the SP targets’ reputation and consequently elimination of public trust in their knowledge of the cult’s abuses and crimes – making the targets’ environment very threatening. 
I speak here from a great deal of personal experience, as an SP target over 27 years, of Scientology’s schemes and actions to make my environment dangerous, to overwhelm, introvert, control and silence me, and destroy my health, sanity and activity. This Fair Game campaign, which is well documented and which, some day Scientologists will answer for, includes: physically assaulting me on six occasions; breaking into my car; stealing my property, including photographs, documents, a manuscript and original artwork; spying on me and my wife; scaring our neighbors; menacing our families; threatening to assassinate me; terrorizing my companions and me on highways in California and Germany; paying a corrupt Los Angeles Police Department officer for fake authorizations to eavesdrop on me, my attorney and my associates and to tap our telephones; Fair Gaming and compromising my attorney; covertly and unlawfully videotaping me; attempting numerous times to have me prosecuted on false criminal charges based on fabricated evidence, including with the Los Angeles District Attorney, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Prosecutor of Ekaterinburg, Russia; suing me six times; forcing me into bankruptcy; driving me from my home; obtaining unconscionable jail sentences against me and warrants for my arrest in California; forging hundreds of Internet postings over my name, including nonsense and racist messages; running endless intelligence operations against me and my family; and carrying out a global “Black Propaganda” campaign against me that extends to U.S. Federal Government departments, Members of Congress, U.S. diplomatic missions and staff, U.S. state and local government officials, foreign government officials, judges, law enforcement agencies and officers internationally, clergy internationally, media internationally, and the broad international wog and Scientologist populations. Here in Russia, Scientology agents have black PRed me as a “criminal element” to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Federal Security Service, the Federal Ministry of Internal Affairs,
Provincial Governors, other provincial departments including security services, other government and Church officials, and the mass media. Miscavige wanted Russian Scientologists to make the environment here so dangerous I won’t come here and won’t speak, and to make it dangerous for anyone to trust or listen to me.
While making my environment as dangerous for me as he can so far get away with, Miscavige makes me seem as dangerous as he can to his Scientologist troops, so they will support his global Fair Game campaign. He portrays me as so dangerous that he has made every Scientology church or affiliated company and all of their directors, officers, employees, agents, and even volunteers and attorneys, beneficiaries in a contract that eviscerates my human rights specifically, and the human rights of anyone who would do what I do – talk about Scientology and my experiences in and with and my knowledge of the religion.
This contract, and Scientology’s efforts to enforce it, are no more lawful than a contract would be that prevented people from discussing Christianity and their experiences in and with and knowledge of that religion. Yet virtually every Scientologist signs on to Miscavige’s contract and enforcement efforts to silence me, and potentially everyone else, even in violation of their own “creed,” international human rights charters, and criminal statutes, just because he’s made me so frightfully dangerous to their environment.
Miscavige makes Scientologists environments so sadistically dangerous to them that if they so much as “grant credence” to an SP, that is accept anything an SP says as true, the Scientologists can themselves be declared SPs and targeted for Fair Game as I’ve been.
Miscavige threatens Scientology employees, most of whom are treated as slave labor, with punishments of various kinds including incarceration in the cult’s labor camp system, the “Rehabilitation Project Force.”
There have been several credible reports within the past two years from ex-Scientologists who worked close to Miscavige in the cult of him physically assaulting them and others, and regularly verbally and psychologically abusing staff members on a huge scale. He instills an emotion of fear in Scientology staff, fear of his wrath if they aren’t in complete compliance with his goals, and whims, and fear of the dangerous environment in the wog world, which is where they must go should they ever stand up and escape their enslavement and abuse. Virtually everyone who has left Scientology has discovered that the wog world, despite its real dangers, is not nearly as dangerous an environment as they were compelled to believe while in the cult.
Clearly, it is in everyone’s best interests to remove or reduce the dangerousness Scientology makes in the environment for Scientologists, for SPs, other wogs and wog institutions. I’ll just mention two of the many things that could be done to beat the dangerous environment racket.
Get word to the Scientologists, most importantly those most isolated in the cult’s pseudo-military camps, that outside of Scientology is not as dangerous as Hubbard and Miscavige say, that all the opportunities in the world await them, that the SPs aren’t going to suppress them, and that in fact it’s more dangerous in the cult world, where their rights and lives really are suppressed. Let them know sensibly and compassionately that we welcome them to the big wide wog world.
Finally, because of Hubbard’s, Miscavige’s and Scientology’s knowledge of the harm their threats and their generation of dangerous environments are intended to cause, as stated in their own scripture, and because the cult is organized for that harmful purpose, Scientology, from Scientology Zero up, or down, constitutes a continuing crime. Whether or not the proper authorities or agencies prosecute Miscavige and the rest of his conspiracy, or conduct hearings into Scientology, or even investigate this cult and its activities, know that its dangerous environment racket is criminal.
Therefore, collect evidence, get testimony. Study what’s available in Scientology scripture, magazines, advertising and identify the dangerous environment making material. Get statements from former members and from SPs and other wogs of how Scientology threatened them or made their environment dangerous in any way.
Expose Scientology’s racket and make it, in the public opinion, as unacceptable as any other protection racket. And get the proper authorities or agencies to do their proper part to protect the protection racket’s victims.
 Church of Scientology of California vs. Gerald Armstrong. Mary Sue Hubbard Intervenor. Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, No. C 420153.
Church of Scientology International vs. Gerald Armstrong, The Gerald Armstrong Corp. Superior Court of California, County of Marin, No. 152229 / Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, No. BC 052395.
Church of Scientology International vs. Gerald Armstrong, The Gerald Armstrong Corp. Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, No. BC 084462.
Church of Scientology International vs. Gerald Armstrong, Michael Walton, The Gerald Armstrong Corp. Superior Court of California, County of Marin, No. 157680.
Church of Scientology International vs. Gerald Armstrong, Robert Minton, Lisa McPherson Trust, Superior Court of California, County of Marin, No. CV 021632.
Church of Scientology International vs. Gerald Armstrong, United States Bankruptcy Court, NorthernDistrict of California, No. 95-10911 aj, Adv. No. 95-1164.[http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/archives/category/legal]
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 Hubbard, L. Ron, Science of Survival, 2007, Bridge Publications.[http://carolineletkeman.org/sp/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=301&Itemid=162]
 Note 3, supra.
 E.g., Hubbard, L. Ron, Lecture 18 May 1965, “Organization and Ethics;” Lecture 2 August 1966, “Suppressives and GAEs.”
 Memorandum of Intended Decision, 20 June 1984, Church of Scientology of California vs. Gerald Armstrong. Mary Sue Hubbard Intervenor. Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, No. C 420153. [http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50k/legal/a1/283.php]
 See, e.g. Note 1, supra.
 Court of Appeal of the State of California, Second Appellate District, Division Three, Church of Scientology v. Armstrong(1991) 232 Cal.App.3d 1060 , 283 Cal.Rptr. 917 [http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50k/legal/a1/3112.php]
 E.g., Letkeman, Caroline, “Ron the Magus,” at “http://carolineletkeman.org/sp/index.php?option=com_content&task=category§ionid=8&id=78&Itemid=111
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 Armstrong, Gerry, 2007, “Scientology’s Suppressive Person Doctrine,” at http://suppressiveperson.org/spdl/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=462&Itemid=38
 Webster’s Third New International Dictionary (Unabridged), 1981, Merriam-Webster, Inc.
 E.g., Hubbard, L. Ron, Hubbard Communication Office Policy Letter, 18 October 1967, “Penalties for Lower Conditions.”[http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/sp/pl-1967-10-18-penalties-for-lower-conds.html]
 Note 15, supra.
 Note 15, supra.
 Hubbard, L. Ron, Hubbard Communication Office Policy Letter 5 Apr 1965 “Handling the Suppressive Person The Basis of Insanity .”
 Note 22, supra.
 See, e.g., “What is Scientology,” http://www.whatisscientology.org/html/Part12/Chp37/pg0684.html
 Note 35, supra.
 Note 15, supra.
 Note 22, supra.
 Note 15, supra.
 Note 6, supra.
 Note 15, supra.
 Hubbard, L. Ron, Hubbard Communication Office Policy Letter 7 February 1965 “Keeping Scientology Working.”[http://carolineletkeman.org/sp/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1466&Itemid=240]
 Note 15, supra.
 Note 22, supra.
 Hubbard, L. Ron, Hubbard Communication Office Policy Letter 15 August 1960 “Dept of Government Affairs.”
[ http://carolineletkeman.org/sp/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=198&Itemid=129 ]
 E.g., International Scientology News Issue 35, 2007, Church of Scientology International, article “Psychiatry: Global Obliteration;” International Scientology News Issue 40, 2008 Church of Scientology International, article “Psychiatry: Global Erasure.”
 Hubbard, L. Ron, Hubbard Communication Office Policy Letter 11 May 1971 “Black PR”
 Note 15, supra.  See, e.g., Azbenova,Yulia Maratovna, official Scientology letter, 20 April 2001, at http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/osa-ltr-fsb-2001-04-20a.html
 See, e.g., Church of Scientology International, Flag Conditions Order 6664R, 18 February 1982, revised 22 April 1982, “Suppressive Person Declare Gerry Armstrong” at http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/ga-sp-declare-rev.html
 Mutual Release of All Claims and Settlement Agreement, 1986, at http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/legal/a1/mutual-release-1986.html
 E.g., Watchdog Committee, Scientology Policy Directive 28,13 August 1982, “Suppressive Act Dealing with a Declared Suppressive Person” at http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/sp/spd-28-1982-08-13-txt.html
 E.g., Kent, Stephen A., PhD, 1997 “Brainwashing in Scientology’s Rehabilitation Project Force (RPF)” at http://www.rickross.com/reference/scientology/Scien101.html
 Hill,Raymond, Scientology Library, compilation “David Miscavige: physical violence” at http://www.xenu-directory.net/news/library.php?t=David+Miscavige%3A+physical+violence
November 23, 2006
Religious Technology Center
1710 Ivar Avenue, Suite 1100
Los Angeles, CA 90028 U.S.A.
Also by E-mail
Dear Mr. Miscavige:
As you know, I am the Gerry Armstrong identified on the Scientology web sites religiousfreedomwatch.com , religiousfreedomwatch.org and religiousfreedomwatch.net . This letter is a demand that you immediately have all references to me removed from these sites.
You and Scientology first published the web pages on your sites that now contain references to me on or about October 20, 2006.
As you know, your Scientology organization junior Joel Phillips is identified as the administrative contact for these three sites, and I am therefore copying this demand to him.
Because of your reported policy and practice of denying receipt of communications that are sent to you directly from your targets and victims, which includes me, I am also copying this demand letter to a number of other Scientology organization personnel and components junior to you in the global Scientology enterprise. In that way, since you control every component of Scientology and direct all organization personnel, and since you require publicly that all personnel report all such communications and situations as mine to RTC, I am prudently doing what is reasonable to reduce or eliminate any temptation you might entertain to delay responding to this demand by pretending you didn’t get it. If you say you get it and you’d like to communicate one to one without the whole world having to have every word, that would be fine with me.
The truth, known to you beyond any rational doubt, is that I am not an anti-religious extremist, in any sane meaning of the term. The clear and unlawful reason that you have positioned and labeled me on these sites as an anti-religious extremist is to facilitate my obliteration. Positioning and identifying me as an anti-religious extremist is black propaganda, and done to cause the intended effect for black PR stated in your Scientology scriptures, which you know and enforce.
As you know, I am as far as a person can reasonably get in a lifetime from being an anti-religious extremist. Your libel that I am an anti-religious extremist is particularly hurtful, insane and threatening because you are actively prosecuting a massive, multimillion dollar anti-religious judicial and extra-judicial campaign to suppress and destroy my basic human rights, including, most egregiously, my freedom of religion. Virtually all your juniors in the Scientology religion and organization in every country of the world, including Phillips, participate in this religious persecution campaign against me that you control and direct. As I have often pointed out, you are all contracted legal beneficiaries in your litigation war against me, which is using wog secular courts, agencies and lines of communication to suppress and destroy my religious liberty and the religious liberty of my classes, widely “Suppressive Persons” and narrowly those SPs acting in concert with me
I am not arguing that anti-religious extremists do not exist, and indeed I would argue that you yourself are, on a gradient scale of anti-religious extremists, an extreme or extremely anti-religious extremist. I cannot, however, speak for or about all the other people on your sites whom you identify as anti-religious extremists, and I have, as you cannot but know, no way of knowing if some are anti-religious extremists or not. A few of them very well may be anti-religious extremists. Some of them, in fact, may very well be your agents or covert operatives, and included on your sites because perhaps they act the part of anti-religious extremists. You then associate and position me, and whoever else isn’t an anti-religious extremist and doesn’t act the part, with your actors. I don’t know. I do know, however, with complete clarity, that I am not an anti-religious extremist in any sane meaning of the word. I also know, as I said above, that you cannot but know that I am correct, and that you are willfully falsely identifying and labeling me as an anti-religious extremist with manifest malice.
With the understanding that I cannot know if some of the people you identify and classify as anti-religious extremists may be anti-religious extremists, I do know that those I know personally reasonably well, are most certainly, like me, absolutely not anti-religious extremists in any sane meaning of the term. I will also copy these people and suggest that they also protest their being falsely, maliciously and threateningly vilified as anti-religious extremists on your sites, and demand you remove any reference to them. There is, however, no reason for me to take up their cases with you at this time. I know how thoroughly wrong you are about me, and I reasonably extrapolate you being just as wrong about more people around the world, including a significant percentage of the people identified and attacked on your web sites as anti-religious extremists.
As I’ve documented and demonstrated in several legal proceedings, your Scientology head predecessor L. Ron Hubbard spelled out in your scriptures what you are doing in black PRing me as an anti-religious extremist on your sites, and why you and your Scientology juniors are doing it. In his 1969 directive “Battle Tactics ” Hubbard ordered that Scientology and Scientologists are to degrade the images of people like me to beast level, and drive public opinion into a frenzy of hate against us. He ordered that Scientology and Scientologists are then to just go all the way in and obliterate us. You had the “Battle Tactics” scripture reissued in 1987, the year after Hubbard’s death, and you had it included in Scientology intelligence training manuals in 1991. You are responsible, Scientology wide, for the enforcement of all scripture, and all application of scriptural directives, including Battle Tactics.
Obviously, the most beastly, degraded image imaginable is of anti-religious extremists. The public hates anti-religious extremists, and hates to be associated with anti-religious extremists. The public accepts that anti-religious extremists are so hateful it’s legitimate to attack or pursue them, to cut off their communications, funds and connections, to deprive them of political advantages and power, to raid and harass them, and to take over their possessions and territories. Clearly, by obliteration and by your behavior, you mean me death or physical harm as well as other forms of harm, and consequently I have been at all times and continue to be in physical danger as well as in other forms of danger from you and your juniors and agents. Your hate sites black PRing me as an anti-religious extremist are intended to generate so much public hatred against me that the world cheers when I’m obliterated, and to generate so much hatred against me within your Scientology enterprise that it’s a snap getting someone to just go all the way in to do the obliterating.
I recognize that your three hate sites listed above that willfully, wrongly, maliciously and threateningly vilify me as an anti-religious extremist comprise only one weapon system in one channel in a multi-channeled and international campaign to suppress and destroy me. Removing references to me from these sites will not guarantee, or even mean, that you and your juniors have ended your war on me. There are many more actions you and Scientology must take, and other actions you must stop taking, to work toward peacefully ending the Scientology v. Armstrong or Miscavige v. Armstrong war. The corrections and reparations you and Scientology must make are also on multiple channels, and will extend through some time. The first action toward that end, however, which you can do immediately, is to have any reference to me removed from your Internet hate sites.
As you cannot but be aware, I have identified you for some time as a sociopath. I think this is clarifying for everyone, and good for you as well because it gives you a real and immediate public opportunity to take your sociopathy by the horns and pen it up. Your reported history as Scientology head of physically beating people, your agents’ physical attacks on me and death threats, your continued operation and promotion of the murderous “Suppressive Person” doctrine , your bragging of shooting down people like ducks in a pond , and many other indicators, show that you are a sociopath of a violent stripe.
You and your Scientology juniors have conspired against me in violation of laws and moral and social norms for almost 25 years. Throughout those years, you have willfully falsely labeled and black PRed me as an “SP,” meaning in Scientology, as twisted by Hubbard, a “sociopath.” To get your 1993 tax exemption and “religion status,” you black PRed me in official documents as “psychotic.” And now you label me an anti-religious extremist. There is a statistically negligible chance that you will have a change of heart and cease your sociopathy, simply because you are a sociopath.
Nevertheless, I know that with God all things are possible, and certainly He can raise anyone above his sociopathy with the slightest willingness. This knowledge is itself adequate proof, it should be clear, that I am not in any way an anti-religious person, let alone an anti-religious extremist as you label me. There is also a chance that some smart good people in Scientology will get together and prevail upon you and upon your other organization juniors to do the sane, decent and lawful thing and remove your black PR on me from your hate sites. Thus, I am still hoping that the war you and your Scientology juniors wage on me can be ended without obliteration and more terror, and I writing you in that hope.
As you know, a number of your Scientologist juniors such as Barbara Schwarz or hired operatives have the hat of spreading your web sites’ black propaganda onto Usenet to further incite hatred and threat toward me, and toward all of the individuals you label anti-religious extremists on your sites. I will therefore post this demand letter to ensure that as many people as possible who are involved in Scientology’s war on wogs on Usenet, including, of course, your junior Scientologists and operatives, get the message as well. I will also web it.
Within a reasonable time, which is really up to you, I will begin the process of retaining an attorney to represent me in any potential legal action necessary to compel you and your Scientology juniors to remove the references to me from your hate sites. I will forward this letter to various government officials and media representatives who know or should know about Scientology’s antisocial and criminal activities. Because of the specific and immediate nature of your actions and of this demand I will also copy this letter to Tom Cruise, who recently has publicly identified you as his best friend. I do this in the hope that he isn’t also a sociopath, and that he can get you help, or at least talk to you about removing the references to me on your hate sites. I’ve seen that you are honeymooning together on a yacht as I send this letter, so this could be an ideal time for you and Cruise, and probably Ms. Holmes now, to talk about the antisocial and criminal things you’ve been doing and having Scientology do, the ignominy you bring to Scientologists, and most urgently your black PRing me as an anti-religious extremist on your hate sites.
I won’t list all the false statements about me on your sites at this time. You know what the truth is, and you know how big a liar you are. I will mention five willful lies that relate to your declaring and vilifying me as an anti-religious extremist.
1. “In 2000, Armstrong traveled to Europe to attend an anti-religious conference in Leipzig, Germany.”
The event I attended in Leipzig, in multiple years as you know, had nothing whatsoever to do with anti-religion. Religious people from many countries participated, and all people who participated were joined by the common desire for religious liberty everywhere. Events at these Leipzig events are very well recorded and documented, and you cannot but know that all the Leipzig events that I attended, if they were in any way at all religious, were pro-religious.
2. “In 2001, Armstrong traveled extensively in Europe, joining in a hate march in France with extremist Roger Gonnet”
I have never joined in a hate march in France, or at any other time or place in my life. I know Roger Gonnet personally, and spent some days with him in France and elsewhere. At no time did I ever see him join in a hate march, and indeed at no time while with him did I even observe a hate march. At no time did I observe any behavior by him that would lead a reasonable person to conclude he is an extremist, in any sane meaning of the word.
3. “and visiting anti-religious groups in Russia and Denmark.”
I have never visited an anti-religious group in Russia, Denmark or anywhere else in the world. In fact, the groups I visited in Russia and Denmark were truly religious in the most sincere sense of the word.
4. “At a meeting of hate groups in Russia, Armstrong met with deprogramming proponent Alexander Dvorkin.”
I have never attended any meeting of hate groups in Russia at any time, nor have I attended any meeting of any hate groups in any other country. I have met Dr. Dvorkin several times in Russia and in other countries, he has translated for me on several occasions, and I have been able to observe him for several hours at a time on many occasions. At no time did I observe him attend a meeting of hate groups, discuss attending any meeting of hate groups, or suggest that I or anyone else attend any meeting of hate groups. At no time did he propose deprogramming me or anyone else, as you define “deprogramming” on your hate sites; i.e., activities involving kidnapping and assaults or such stupidities. He is a Doctor of Theology, a religious man in the sincerest rational meaning of the word, and a teacher in religious studies and in religious organizations. He is one of the people identified on your hate sites as an anti-religious extremist that I know with complete certainly is not an anti-religious extremist.
5. “The following is what Gerry Armstrong’s ‘friends’ think of him:”
These people are not my ‘friends’ at all as the word ‘friends’ is commonly and sanely understood. Some of these people you call my ‘friends’ hate me almost as sociopathically as you do, and indeed serve your malevolent purposes in your Scientology v. Armstrong war. Some of these people you call my ‘friends’ and quote on your hate sites you don’t even identify by name.
You chose or invented, approved and webbed the untruthful, hateful things you say about me on your sites, and the untruthful, hateful things you claim other people say about me, whether my ‘friends’ or not. These things were written or selected to “support” your willful misidentification of me as an anti-religious extremist and your willful misassociation of me with other people you identify or misidentify as anti-religious extremists. You label, portray and position me as an anti-religious extremist so that more hate and more evil can rain down on me from everyone, and to create an atmosphere in which you can have me disposed of silently and no one would sorrow.
You write on your sites that I appear to have no gainful employment; as if this demonstrates I’m a degraded being and proves I’m the anti-religious extremist you say I am. The fact is, you and Scientology have worked very hard to prevent me from obtaining normal, gainful employment, and from living a normal, peaceful life. Your actions and threats against me and anyone who would even grant me credence , let alone gainfully employ me, have been effective. You have demonstrated that eight or ten million Scientologists, all close-knit on the one goal, can cut off many of my communications, pretty well all of my funds, and numbers of my connections, can deprive me of power, can harass me, and can impoverish me. Now you signal to those millions of your Scientology juniors all together on one goal that you can build hate sites, can lie about me, can call me an anti-religious extremist, and can legitimately attack and pursue me as an anti-religious extremist. That I am still alive, still defiant and still able to make this demand does not mean that your intentions and actions to suppress and destroy me on multiple channels are not adversely effective. I cannot but fight back. You cannot but remove all references to me from your hate sites.
Finally, you have webbed a photo of me (doing mayurasana) in multiple places on your hate sites without a proper copyright credit, and I request that you immediately correct this. I have always strived to properly indicate copyright ownership, if known to me, of any photos of you, or anyone or anything else I have used, or other materials I’ve used, in accordance with the fair use provisions of national and international copyright laws. See, e.g., the photos of you on, or linked to from, this page: http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/fun/index.html
Even if you refuse to remove all your references to me from your hate sites and force me to take legal action to compel you to remove such references, this will not affect you at least providing a proper copyright ownership for my photo you are using. http://armstrong.xenu.ca/photogallery.htm
Thank you for whatever good you do.
[signed] Gerry Armstrong
cc: Joel Phillips
Various Scientology organizations
Various media and representatives
Various other individuals
|Member of Parliament Derek Lee
House of Commons
Room 633, Confederation Building
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6
Via E-Mail: Lee.D@parl.gc.ca
|November 21, 2005|
|Dear Mr. Lee,
I am writing to you concerning your support for the Scientology organization. I believe such support from any citizen is ill-advised, but from a Canadian Government official it is inexcusable and threatening.
Although my wife Caroline Letkeman and I have known of your involvement with Scientology for some time, it was the Ottawa Citizen article of October 26 entitled “Liberal MP stars in video promoting Scientology1 that brings me to now write you.
That article also brought us to create a web page 2assembling the documentation of your collaboration with, and hopefully soon your repudiation of, the Scientology religion and organization.
The article states, “Toronto-area MP Derek Lee appears in a recruiting video used by the Church of Scientology to attract new members in the United States.”
The article also says that you are “not particularly interested in the church’s teachings,” and that you have “done some cursory reading.” You conclude, “I’m not personally drawn to it, but I have to say that about many religious faiths.”
Most people, of course, are not personally drawn to Scientology, and would almost certainly have to say that they’re not drawn to many religious faiths. None of those people but you, however, are Canadian MPs making recruiting videos for this organization.
It is clearly irresponsible of you to volunteer or sell your name and governmental position to draw people to Scientology personally, when you are not yourself personally drawn to the organization. What you have done is like a non-smoking MP starring in a commercial to help the tobacco industry draw people personally into cigarette addiction. You would then explain that you’re not particularly drawn to smoking, but you have to say that about many addictive, costly and deadly activities.
Did you make sure you only did some cursory reading so you really did not find out what you were promoting? If you were going to star in a recruiting video for Tobaccology, would you also make sure your reading was only cursory, so that you would have that excellent justification? Or, do you really know what you’re promoting and you’re not really telling the truth about your reading’s cursoriness?
I believe that you have a responsibility to every citizen of Canada to publicly identify everything you have read of Scientology’s teachings and what you have read of all the material available on Scientology. I believe you have a responsibility to state what your understanding really is, and how exactly you came to recruit for this “religion” and organization. I also believe that you have identical responsibilities to the citizens of the U.S. at whom, according to the Ottawa Citizen article, your Scientology recruitment video is apparently aimed.
The Ottawa Citizen article does not say if Scientology paid you to star in its recruiting video, or if you volunteered for that role. Either way, however, as an employee, or agent, or volunteer for Scientology, or any of its corporations or affiliated entities, you are a “beneficiary” in a contract3 the organization seeks to enforce against me.
This contract has been the subject of several lawsuits and appellate proceedings over nineteen years.4
The purpose and effect of Scientology’s contract and its judicial enforcement, in which you are also a beneficiary, is the eradication of my basic human rights, most glaringly my right to freedom of religion. You can possibly understand how dark I might find the humor in the article’s revelation that you occasionally speak to Scientology gatherings, including one earlier this year in Toronto, as part of your “advocacy for greater religious freedom.”
The contract in fact demonstrates that Scientology and Scientologists universally are required to suppress and destroy people’s basic human rights, including freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of association, due process and freedom from slavery. As the Scientology vs. Armstrong war over twenty-four years shows, Scientologists pay great sums of money to the organization to willfully suppress and destroy these God-given and man-given rights. You are a beneficiary and participant in Scientology’s global criminal conspiracy to deprive people of those rights.
Since Scientology is a religion, which even you proclaim, silencing a person about that religion and his religious experiences in that religion is no different from, or more lawful than, silencing someone, by “contract” or otherwise, about the Christian religion and his religious experiences in the Christian religion. Or the Jewish religion, or the Buddhist religion, or the Sikh religion, or any other religion, and people’s religious experiences in those religions.
Scientology is unique among “religions” in that it contracts its adherents, and its agents like yourself, to suppress and destroy human rights. And it is the one “religion” that you made a recruitment video for as part of your advocacy for greater religious freedom. The “religious freedom” that Scientology and Scientologists seek is the religious freedom to suppress and destroy religious freedom. What Scientology is doing against me proves this fact beyond rational argument.
What Scientology, Scientologists and organization agents like yourself are doing to me also demonstrates that this religion’s own “creed”5 is a complete and cynical lie.
The Scientology vs. Armstrong litigation6 shows that all the organization’s parts, personnel and agents are contracted to violate their own religious creed. Scientology is deceitful and all of its agents, including yourself, are untrustworthy.
Only by personally repudiating organization policies and practices that violate individuals’ human rights can Scientologists possibly become worthy of trust. Only by personally repudiating these Scientology policies and practices, and personally and publicly removing yourself as a beneficiary in the Scientology vs. Armstrong contract and litigation can you begin to regain thinking people’s trust. Because of Scientology’s policy and practice of blackmailing and intimidating people, no one who speaks for this organization should ever be trusted until that policy and practice is publicly and forever stopped.
Underlying the organization’s dishonest, aggressive and criminal actions against individuals and government agencies, and underlying its determination to destroy human rights, is Scientology’s “Suppressive Person” doctrine. It is the SP doctrine that makes Scientology a hate group, and makes its victims, the “Suppressive Persons,” or “SPs,” a persecuted religious class. Even a cursory reading of the materials that comprise the SP doctrine would show that the organization is a cult, indeed a dangerous totalitarian cult.
The Ottawa Citizen article states that although you’re not particularly interested in Scientology’s teachings, you support some of the group’s programs and are particularly impressed by its Narconon and Criminon groups. These programs, however, all include indoctrination7 in Scientology’s religious, and dangerous, “Suppressive Person” doctrine.
People from these programs are being recruited to hate and attack the religious class of SPs whom organization leaders identify for hatred and attack. You also are recruiting people into Scientology for that same frightful purpose.
Scientology declared me an SP after I discovered a massive fraud in the organization and left in December 1981. Scientology’s attacks on me since then to threaten me physically, ruin me financially, crush me legally, and black PR me into oblivion constitute a modern psychoterrorism campaign.8
Scientology defrauded Caroline out of over $60,000, and declared her an SP in 2002 when she requested a refund according to Scientology’s own policy. The organization has still not refunded the money it unlawfully took from her. Scientology leaders ordered her daughter to disconnect from her, and she has had no communication from her daughter in over four years.
As individuals victimized by Scientology, as members of the Suppressive Person class, and as spokespeople for SPs and against the SP doctrine, we ask you to immediately rethink and end your support for Scientology. We ask you to publicly and completely remove yourself as a beneficiary in the Scientology vs. Armstrong contract and legal case. We also ask that you shift your support from Scientology to its SP victims.
Please feel free to contact me at any time.
cc: Right Hon. Paul Martin
- Liberal MP stars in video promoting Scientology” Mirrored here. ↩
- See https://web.archive.org/web/20060621111342/http://www.suppressiveperson.org/government/officials/lee/index.html ↩
- Armstrong 1 contract: http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/legal/a1/mutual-release-1986.html ↩
- See http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/legal/index.html ↩
- Scientology’s creed: http://www.scientology.org/world/worldeng/corp/creed.htm ↩
- Scientology v. Armstrong litigation: http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/legal/index.html ↩
- See: https://web.archive.org/web/20041216052458/http://suppressiveperson.org/hate/promo/ups-and-downs.html ↩
- See http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/index.html ↩
- See Declaration of Gerry Armstrong of September 5, 2005 ↩
- See also Wikipedia entry: Suppressive Person ↩