Scientology Crime Syndicate

Beverly Rice <dbj1120@ao.net>
Sun, 16 Apr 2000 14:50:49 -0400

Many accurate statements regarding almost all aspects of the litigious cult of $igh'ntology have been observed on ars. The purpose of this message is to tell you the REAL TRUTH about "What's $igh'ntology?" and show you how delusional and criminal the founder actually was.


During the continual process of Dyin'etics *supposed* "research", both as an auditor and as an observer of other auditors, Ron naturally came into contact with a wide variety of people willing to participate in his "scientific experiments". And, it was inevitable that Ron would claim that these would include those who had been in the hands of "the evil psychs" closely allied to the intelligence (i.e.Nazi) community.

Thus it came about, fully twenty-five years before the "facts" were supposedly made public by Congress, that Hub Bard was the first to announce and decry "mind manipulation programs". This was actually nothing more than Ron's typical ploy to accuse others of deeds that he himself was guilty of! Eventually, of course, these and other revelations of Hub Bard's criminality would further reinforce public perception of this cult of spies, army of lawyers and rogue agency of dirty tricksters (OSA and the RTC), with its own members as victims.

With his covert activity so openly exposed, Mr. Hub Bard had compounded his troubles. By the mid-1950s at least half a dozen Federal agencies were brought into the effort to expose Dyin'etics and its attack on and insulting of mental health field professionals, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). While these agencies have not yet

succeeded in shutting down the criminal cult, the last word has not yet been spoken. It has simply been difficult to date to make a case against the cult due to their members' criminal practices such as lying under oath, destruction of evidence, "dead agenting" of critics, framing of innocent government officials and other criminal violations of the law.

"At the very least I was hoping whole populations would become apathetic and governments would fail," a slightly bemused Mr. Hub Bard later wrote of these events. "All I really was doing was tricking people into believing that through $igh'ntology that they could be happy, that there was a road out of suffering and that they could attain their goals. I am a very wealthy man because of the MANY innocent victims that I took advantage of."

Love, Miss X - Another Old Timer


[Reposted by Beverly]


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