OFFICE OF SPECIAL AFFAIRS
1 September 2006
OSA Network Order No. 39-21
(Originally written on 1 February 1975.)
It has long been found that an insane person or agency will also sign self-destructive releases and contracts.
In confrontations with government agencies, part of the PREPARATION for any conference where the object is to make them be good is to prepare a DOCUMENT in which is stated the most extensive surrender one can dream up. At first you may not believe such persons or agencies would sign what would be a total surrender or something as self-destructive or legally valuable as you could possibly wish. You will be amazed.
NEVER go into a confrontation where you want something without the full document written up ready for signature.
It does not have to be on their stationery. It can be a legal looking foolscap you can later bind in blue cover with a red ribbon. It must be so composed as to carry legal weight. It and a copy must be to hand.
You carry out your caper and then tell them to sign. Override any argument that they need higher authority or time. Never delay.
Example: Going to confront the Better Mothers Bureau that has been putting out lies about you. Make a document that says they have falsified the reports, that they undertake never to do so again and promise a $10,000 bond not to. Have your confrontation with someone in authority. DA him, scare him, get him to sign.
If further persuasion is needed also have prepared and in your attache case, not produced unless further argument is needed, a quitclaim signed by the directors promising not to sue for past crimes and giving them a quitclaim in exchange for the undertaking—with the proviso of course no other such actions on their part turn up after this date.
If they refuse to sign, you then push the quitclaim which adds more threat and they feel they have an exchange.
If the plea is “insufficient authority” you then infer it’s too bad as the person you’re talking to will get blamed for refusing to cooperate when the suit if filed = job threat.
Remember, the insane self-destruct.
Give them every opportunity.
AND NEVER ACCEPT A VERBAL UNDERTAKING TO BE GOOD. It isn’t worth the air used.
Such documents are the only acceptable evidence an agency has been handled.
And such documents must also self-confess so they CAN be used for suit!
The motto is “Permit the enemy to destroy himself.” He will.
L. RON HUBBARD