Scientology Crime Syndicate

Subject: A few comments
From: "Safe" <Safe2WC@worldnet.att.net>
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 15:22:09 -0700

You make some very lucid points, Jim. The CofS is hypocrit to their own alleged beliefs.

Continued below ...

Jim Wissick <jwissick@shell6.ba.best.com> wrote in message

> I was reviewing the "Code of a Scientologist" page at
> http://www.scientology.org/p_jpg/wis/wiseng/33/33-scn.htm and noticed a
> few things...
> > 1) To keep Scientologists, the public and the press accurately
> > informed concerning Scientology, the world of mental health and
> > society.
> How can those that are not educated or informed about the world of mental
> health inform others? It's more than jsut the blind leading the blind...

True. Ask any church Scientologist (especially a CCHR supporter) what they REALLY know about psychiatry and psychology. The only reason they debunk their tech is because of LRH's opinion was given to them to believe. THey certainly don't know the subject based on their study of it.

If CofS was serious about keeping even Scientologists accurately informed, they would have a course of comparitive study so one really has a basic understanding of their theories at least. But CofS doesn't offer this. It truly is the blind leading the blind.

CCHR are quick to black PR the whole counseling profession and holler loudly with huge protests and yet when CofS gets the same scrutiny regarding the way the Church of Scientology lies and abuses, they attack whoever is protesting. Even after the big psych convention that CofS's CCHR attended, did the psychs revolt back with a campaign to protest the 1000 Scientologists who protested?

Scrutiny in the mental health field applies to the Church of Scientology TOO ... as they are allegedly the biggest mental health group on earth according to Hubbard himself.


> > 4) To decry and do all I can to abolish any and all abuses against
> > life and mankind.
> Unless the abuse is instigated by the COS or is against a critic of the
> <spit> "Church". Oh, the hyprocacy!!

If CCHR (Citizens Commission on Human Rights) were an honest group apart from the Church of Scientology and not a CofS controlled front group, they would protest the mental health abuse by CofS (ie: the Lisa McPherson death)

> > 5) To expose and help abolish any and all physically damaging
> > practices in the field of mental health.

> > 6) To help clean up and keep clean the field of mental health.
> > 7) To bring about an atmosphere of safety and security in the field of
> > mental health by eradicating its abuses and brutality.

> It is absolutlely, positivly, with out a doubt, tacky to be redundant
> when you write a "code".

Though CCHR has brought to light some abuses in the mental health field, they shoot the wrong target. Instead of blaming and bringing to justice the instances of the abuses, they codemn the ENTIRE mental health field if it isn't CofS Scientology and under the dictatoral control of CofS.

Their solution is to wipe out any other form of mental therapy. They don't believe it can be valid.

It's time CCHR and CofS need to clean up their own backyard before they complain about others.

CofS's CCHR should be admonished for NOT offering any alternative solutions for the mental hospital patients. They protest the psyches but don't offer up a solution to the problem.



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