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David Miscavige –

And why was denial of tax exemption so important? Because, a tax exempt church may use all of its financial resources for accomplishing its mission.

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It’s that mission that’s the problem – it always is with people like this, and I include the Catholic Church in that characterization.

David Miscavige –

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In this post first I’m going to finish up going over the main lies and misrepresentations by David Miscavige in the October 1993, The War Is Over IAS* event. The entire video is available now on the internet. Although poor quality, it is still quite viewable. Don’t miss the huge opening number but the meat of the video begins here: 01:32:10.

*IAS = the International Association of Scientologists, it was created by David Miscavige to replace the allowed-to-go-defunct corporation of the HASI = the Hubbard Association of Scientologists, Inc.

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There are specific statements by David Miscavige that we’re going to examine and I have made individual videoclips so that you can see them easier. A transcript of the main part of the event is available here, and I will be pulling from that as well.

I’m starting with the part where the initial criticisms of Dianetics are discussed – one of which Miscavige lays off on a Theodore Wiprud, the Medical Association of Washington D.C.

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Here’s the video clip itself –

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What Miscavige says –

Their initial attacks have been mentioned over the years by us. First they got “technical reviews” by psychiatrists hatcheting Dianetics. They published these critical reviews in their psychiatric trade magazines.

Of course, these psychs never even bothered to read the book.his document, we have since uncovered, illustrates the point:

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It is from Dr. Wiprud – the Executive Director of the Medical Society of Washington DC – to the AMA. In this letter, Wiprud states that he hasn’t read the book himself but that unnamed psych sources said and I quote:

“Among the very best psychiatrists – Dianetics is nothing but the bunk!” Unquote.

Talk about a suppressive generality!

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Who is this guy?

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Theodore Wiprud, at his desk when heading the D.C. Medical Society.

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He’s a short little guy –

Wiprud_right_-_short_guy .

He was from Milwaukee earlier.

Manitowoc Herald Times Friday, June 28, 1935 – He doesn’t have a very high opinion of his own class, he says that “Doctors are born gamblers-and born suckers for confidence games…

Manitowoc_Herald_Times_Fri__Jun_28__1935_.

Methinks his own nature is slipping out there in that article. He sounds like someone who is a con-artist themselves and is arrogant towards “marks”. That’s pretty typical with most sociopaths, which this guy obviously was in order to be working with such monsters as Overholser etc., later on after he moves to D.C.

He moved to D.C. in 1938 to start out as Secretary of the Medical Society there. Remember – this guy was NOT originally a doctor, he was a banker! In fact, I have yet to find whether he was ever even a “doctor of psychiatry” or not.

He is listed as M.D. here  in 1953 however – 1953_theodore_wiprud_listed_as_MD

Theodore Wiprud, the first full-time director of the Medical Society of the District of Columbia, was born of Norwegian parents in 1891. He grew up in Frederic, Wisconsin, and was a successful banker there by the early 1920s. During the Depression, local doctors asked Wiprud for advice about unpaid bills. As a result, Wiprud became the business manager of a medical clinic in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. Wiprud spent nine years as executive secretary of the Medical Society of Milwaukee County. He moved to Washington, D.C., in 1938 to head the Medical Society of the District of Columbia, [this is incorrect, he started as a Secretary] where he remained until his retirement in 1962. In addition to these duties, Wiprud became an accomplished writer. As managing editor for the Medical Annals of the District of Columbia, he published a book and several articles in academic medical journals. Theodore Wiprud died of pneumonia at his home in Chevy Chase, Maryland, in 1978.

Bio from Virginia.edu

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As noted above, he didn’t head the Medical Society right when he moved there, he was the Secretary.

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Image from: Scientific and Technical Societies of the United States and Canada, 1942

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Somewhere around the middle of WWII, he became the President of the D.C. Medical Society.

Title: Theodore Wiprud Papers
Creator: Wiprud, Theodore, 1891-1978
Dates: 1942-1946
Extent: 0.42 linear feet (1 box)
Abstract: Newsletters distributed to Medical Society of the District of Columbia members during World War II and letters sent by members that were often reproduced in those newsletters.

He was also the first president of the Medical Society Executive Conference with 69 members, from 1946 to 1947, while also being the Director of the Medical Society of the District of Columbia. This initial conference outcropping of the D.C. Medical Society later became the AAMSE – The American Association of Medical Society Executives (AAMSE) a professional association of over 1,300 medical society executives and staff specialists.

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Theodore Wiprud

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Why is Miscavige making such a big deal out of an obviously relatively small-time, penny-pinching, social hanger-on kind of guy?

Because he’s going to try and name this guy’s organization as the “who” behind the attacks on Scientology.

No, it isn’t.

no shaking head

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Miscavige targets the “D.C. Medical Association” as being behind or supporting this bill – he doesn’t even get the name right, even though he did earlier.

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Note – Chris Owen’s transcript of this event completely leaves out this part for some odd reason. I had to make one for it.

Even if the public have forgotten, it was a blow that the psychiatrists would not forget or forgive. The D.C. Medical Association sponsored this failed Bill, and just three months later, they met to formulate and develop new plans to deal with what they termed the anti-psychiatric movement. They spelled this movement L. Ron Hubbard and Scientology.

– David Miscavige, 1993 IAS “war is over” event

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While there may be a connection there to Wiprud and the Medical Society (and I stress may) – records prove something much worse. Something Miscavige seems to have overlooked, and I’m being kind there, as that’s the least of the reasons for his erroneous targeting.

The Congressional Record, found at CQ Almanac Online Edition – lists out the people/groups who endorsed the Alaska Bill.

  • the Administration – U.S. President Eisenhower and his cabinet,  Eisenhower was President from 1953 until 1961
  • the American Medical Association – AMA
  • the National Association for Mental Health – NAMH
  • the American Psychiatric Association – APA      – and-
  • other “leading private organizations qualified to express technical opinions.”

The only way Miscavige could possibly be right, would be in that “other” category – and even that’s a stretch.

Why? Because of Overholser.

Let’s look at Dr. Winfred Overholser again (see first post also) whom I call the ‘villain’ of this piece – a Dracula-type character spreading fog and doom wherever he goes.

Dracula’s ship arrives

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On a more serious note, Overholser’s Bio from Harvard (that I recovered out of the internet archive) shows the different organizations he was involved with.

Dr. Overholser served as the president of the American Psychiatric Association (1947-1948). The organizations with which he was affiliated included the New England Society of Psychiatry, the Pan American Medical Society of Washington, and the Academy of Medicine in Washington.

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Don’t see a ‘D.C. Medical Association’ there, do you?

But what we do see, is that Overholser was the President of the APA during 1947 and 1948 – very key years – and that organization was top of the list of organizations listed as supporters of the Alaska Bill.

As I documented in the first post about all this, Dr. Winfred Overholser was square in the center of this Alaskan Bill, yet somehow David Miscavige seems uninformed on this point?

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A brief synopsis of points –

The American Medical Association conducted a series of studies in 1948, followed by a Department of the Interior study in 1950 – both of which Overholser was involved in.

Alaska was to be their “in” in redoing commitment procedures in general for the rest of the country, as part of a plan that the APA, in conjunction with the WFMH, had hatched  –

The same year the WFMH was formed

Alaska was simply the chosen vehicle to start with.

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The WFMH – the World Federation For Mental Health – was under the hand of British/America slavemaster/intelligence interests from Day One.

Their defining conference PR distraction-slogan was:

World ‘citizenship’

ergo

citizens underneath a World Government.

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From Scientology RootsDown the New World Order Rabbit Hole

The slavemaster “mental health” movement is not about mental health. It is actually a New World Order political operation. It uses propaganda and other devious methods to accomplish their end that we should all be willing subjects in a world that is ruled and run by the slavemasters – for their benefit, not ours!

Their political operation, masquerading under the guise of “mental health” – is their disgusting reality engineering and behavior modification program to subjugate us.

They have defined mental health as being a willing subject in the New World Order, that’s sanity. That is not sanity – that is New World Order propaganda masquerading as “mental health”.

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The World Federation for Mental Health was born in London in 1948.

PDF of the Mental Health and World Citizenship Congress 1948

 

An International Congress on Mental Health was held in London from August 11th through August 21st, 1948. The Congress was attended by 2,000 people from various countries.

Before the meeting with the 2,000 people, a group of people met to discuss how to influence the 2,000 attendees in the direction of supporting the political objective of forming a World government.

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Dr. Overholser was one of them, at that meeting.

Dr. Winfred Overholser

Dr. Winfred Overholser

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In fact, he was the head of the American delegation attending the congress!

From the listing of Overholser papers held by the LOC (Library of Congress) –

  • 1937-1962  – Superintendent, St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington, D.C.
  • 1948 – Chairman, United States delegation, International Congress on Mental Health, London, England
  • 1948-1954  – Member, National Board of Medical Examiners
  • 1950 – Vice-president, First World Congress of Psychiatry, Paris, France

During WWII, he was also in tight with the “personality assessment” people, combined Round Table/Tavistock members as well as MI6 and OSS –

A real lovely crew.

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In 1940, he and his colleague Harry Stack Sullivan, as members of the American Psychiatric Association’s Committee on Military Mobilization, formulated “guidelines” for the psychological screening of inductees to the United States military.

See British Security Coordination Compendium Series –

Section I – The Book and The Lords
Section II – The Party Boys
Section III –  Your Mind – My Mind
Section IV – The British Way
Section V – Back to the Beginning

For much more about all that.

Note: Harry Stack Sullivan (the sad and confused homosexual man perpetually looking for a father-figure) also thought it was therapeutic to drop a nuclear bomb on the heads of the Japanese.

See the Just Dox – Psychiatry – The Alienists section of our Reading Library, this PDF in particular –

Harry, was also there with Overholser at this “special” meeting of the WFMH conference.

From Scientology RootsDown the New World Order Rabbit Hole

One of those people was Harry Stack Sullivan. He had previously worked closely with Overholser’s predecessor, another psychiatrist named William Alanson White. Dr. White was one of the primary mentors of L. Ron Hubbard on the subject of the mind. Those two men and a few others were grooming Hubbard to be their front man for their subjects of Dianetics and Scientology – those subjects also being a part of the New World Order mental health movement.

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What were they talking about at this World Congress?

Per the PDF –

Social institutions such as family and school impose their imprint early in the personality development of their members…

Thus prejudice, hostility or excessive nationalism may become deeply embedded in the developing personality…

In order to be effective, efforts at changing individuals must be appropriate to the successive stages of the unfolding personality…

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That means…from BIRTH.

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It so happens, that Dr. Overholser was particularly fond of the subject of infant anxiety from rejection. Although he pretends to be concerned about this – the reality as to why is something a whole hell of a lot darker.

The Daily Courier, 21 January 1956 –

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You can see that he is operating perfectly on the chosen propaganda campaign we just saw in the quotes above – targeting children at birth for “change”.

Also note that “excessive nationalism” part from the WFMH pdf – when you see that being insulted? It’s 100 percent a British/Catholic slavemaster venture, whatever it is. Always.

L. Ron Hubbard propagandized for them on that exact point, mixing it into a sci-fi story that he wrote for Astounding Science Fiction just one year earlier in 1947. It was called The End is Not Yet, and I posted about it here.

More from the PDF –

Principles of mental health cannot be successfully furthered in any society unless there is progressive acceptance of the concept of world citizenship.

World citizenship can be widely extended among all peoples through the applications of the principles of mental health.

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Electro-shock makes a better world citizen?

Putting people into comas with insulin therapy makes a better world citizen?

How about lobotomies?

How about drugs?

ALL of which Dr. Overholser was involved with.

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Nice words on paper – horrible actions in reality.

You figure out which one marks their true motivation.

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One more excerpt from the PDF – my note in green.

Prolonged enquiry has shown that the thoughts and conduct of the individual may be deeply affected by mental processes and experiences of which he is altogether unaware and which may be highly obstructive. […] – there’s Hubbard and Dianetics for you, which is released just two years later and is right exactly with this program here.

…the social scientist is aware that human conduct is modifiable. This newly clarified conception of the modifiability of man and of his society has great promise. […]

The time has come to enlarge the concept of medicine to include mental ills and their systematic prevention. This calls for sustained team work

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So now, fresh out of all that, Overholser and crew happily embarked on their first big project to figure out how to make world citizens out of the more recalcitrant amongst humanity, by “modifying” their behavior.

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Located in a nice, completely remote and isolated area of the world, they began their ‘study’ of the problems with poor Alaska’s (which wasn’t a state yet) mental health program. Alaska, who barely had any people there in the first place, let alone crazy people, is rather an odd choice for their first mental health “state” Bill, wouldn’t you say?

Note: My husband says he thinks they figured they were going to get no opposition because it was the remote area of Alaska, and who would care? – or so they thought. Once they got it into place there – they would have moved it on to other states as well.

In their study – They highlighted the deficiencies of the program: commitment procedures in Alaska were archaic, and the long trip to Portland had a negative effect on patients and their families. In addition, an audit of the hospital contract found that the Sanatorium Company, which owned the hospital, had been padding its expenses. This had enabled it to make an excess profit of $69,000 per year (equivalent to over $588,000 per year at 2007 prices).

Oh, the money-grubbers (as if they are not) and the poor families (as if they give a shit). The pathos of it all.

sarcasm little guy.

Wouldn’t you know it – the studies recommended a comprehensive overhaul of the system, with the development of an in-state mental health program for Alaska.

Wow! Isn’t that just an amazing conclusion (as if that wasn’t the plan in the first place). Slavemasters do such good works for all of us. Such humanitarians, they are.

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And whaddya know? The proposal was promoted as “widely supported” by the public and politicians – of course – and then suddenly, more than six years later the Alaska Health Care Enablement Act (AMHEA ) was introduced by a litle ole congresswoman from Oregon.

As noted previously, one of the organizations supporting this Bill was the bill was the National Association for Mental Health who had just changed their name in 1955. The previous name of the organization was the National Committee for Mental Hygiene.

In 1908, Clifford Whittingham Beers, a former asylum patient, had published a memoir about his experiences in mental institutions. He titled it A Mind that Found Itself, and the book became extremely popular. Later, he founded the National Committee for Mental Hygiene, he was soon pressured to turn it over to various British slavemaster Igors – and he did and it’s been their front group for some pretty dastardly doings ever since.*

*See Scientology Roots – Down The New World Order Rabbit Hole, section titled: Takeover of the Mental Hygiene Movement

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The PR Plan

After they completed their “studies” of Alaska, the men involved worked out their plan, one point of which was an attempt to overcome the hatred by the public of these crazy men’s ideas of “mental health” and its treatments. This is part of what all those articles about the ‘insanity chemical’ were trying to do – that I included in my first post about this.

So, close to the time of the AMHEA controversy, the NAMH launched a nation-wide publicity campaign with slogans such as “Mental Health is Everybody’s Business”. By their widespread campaign supporting psychology, the NAMH encouraged individuals and families to seek mental help, thereby indirectly supporting the AMHEA.

I also documented that a small group of Catholic women, the APRF (American Public Relations Forum) began crusading against this Act in December of 1955.

Stephanie Williams, is highlighted by Miscavige in his speech (he shows a press article about her) just after he tried to spin that it was L. Ron Hubbard who did this!

Hubbard began his controlled opposition task right around the same time Stephanie’s groups was really getting going against mental health legislation – in 1955. He began rumbling to his adherents that a “war exists” between them and “the psychiatrist-psychologist-psychoanalyst clique”.

Reference – Professional Auditor’s bulletin, No. 62; 1955. Psychiatrists; pp. 267–269. Reprinted in The technical bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology volume II

Hubbard then produced the Brainwashing Manual in September 1955, mailed it in to the FBI in December.

The APRF then reprinted it in 1958, with the Charles Stickley intro Hubbard invented etc.

brainwashing book aprf 1958HUBBARD, L. Ron]. Brain-Washing. A Synthesis of the Russian Text Book on Psychopolitics. Including an Address by Beria, Formerly Head of the Russian Secret Police. Burbank: American Public Relations Forum, [ca 1958]. 56pp. Staple-bound, textured buff wrappers, printed in black.

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In the same video clip we looked at earlier, David Miscavige tries to spin that L. Ron Hubbard spearheaded the “anti-psychiatry” movement – that is not true.

Even if the public have forgotten, it was a blow that the psychiatrists would not forget or forgive. The D.C. Medical Association sponsored this failed Bill, and just three months later, they met to formulate and develop new plans to deal with what they termed the anti-psychiatric movement. They spelled this movement L. Ron Hubbard and Scientology.

The APRF was who had mounted a concerted campaign against mental health legislation in California and at the federal level, during 1955 and 1956.

The APRF’s head Stephanie Williams testified against the bills before an Assembly committee and, in conjunction with other far-right groups, convinced the committee to pass Bill 3300 back to the Rules Committee, where it languished for another two years. The American Journal of Psychiatry later acknowledged that the APRF had played a lead role in defeating the bill.

She’s the big deal – not Hubbard.

The protest that they (the Minute Women and the APRF) had instigated spread, becoming a nationwide movement against mental health. Many people, mainly conservatives but also some liberals, protested the Alaskan Bill as well as the mental health movement in their own communities.

By 1962, when the term anti-psychiatry had been coined, the movement had become so powerful that UCLA Psychiatrist Alfred Auerbach wrote to The American Journal of Psychiatry and said about the statements being put out by the APRF, etc:

…the fact remains that millions of Americans are being exposed to them over and over again. In addition to thousands of pamphlets and brochures repeating them there are many radio and television stations across the United States which routinely broadcast this philosophy, although in a more subtle manner. The attack on mental health is coupled with attacks on our educational system, churches, minority groups, and governmental institutions amongst others…

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That’s the real anti-psychiatry movement in the 1950’s, not L. Ron Hubbard.

David Miscavige’s statements about this are so bad, that one wonders if he ever read any of his own organizations documents.

For example – this one to Brian Rubinek of the Guardian’s Office, allegedly by Hubbard. I say allegedly because whoever it is has several facts wrong, plus can’t seem to spell Overholser’s name right – they keep spelling it Oberholser and Rubinek doesn’t even notice! (per later documents I have).

This document was originally at Arnie Lerma’s website, but I can’t find it there any more. I resurrected it out of the Internet Archive. It was originally a September 2, 1997 newsgroup post by RonIsXenu, to which Vaughn Young had replied.

The post headers showing that –

From: writer@eskimo.com (Robert Vaughn Young)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: RVY Re: LRH Letter to GO
Date: 5 Sep 1997 14:52:54 GMT
Organization: Eskimo North (206) For-Ever
Lines: 146
Message-ID: <5up6c6$9hi$1@eskinews.eskimo.com>
NNTP-Posting-Host: eskimo.com
X-Newsreader: TIN [version 1.2 PL2]

The history of this despatch to Brian Roubinek (at least currently) is a big fat mess, from a documenting perspective.

The original 1974 Guardian’s Office Intelligence Hat/Checksheet was part of the documents seized in the FBI Raid.

PDF – Intelligence Course Full Hat-Checksheet

On Page 10 – Section 4: Covert Data Collection; Part B: Covert Operations; item 19: Desp. 28 Feb 72, Re: Oberholser (marked document 121 by the court) of the checksheet verifies that this document was part of the hat pack.

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The only source for this document is a post by a RonIsXenu who was posting lots of documents like this during the late summer/early fall of 1997, at the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology. Even in the Google Group archives, neither the original by RonISXenu is findable, nor the one by Vaughn Young where he excerpts/replies to the entire original posting by RonIsXenu.

Other than Lermanet’s archive of Vaughn’s September 5, 1997 post, the only thing left on the net about this is a partial thread where Vaughn replies and identifies that Brian Roubinek is who recruited him into the Guardians office, and a reply to Vaughn Young’s post to RonIsXenu, the one where he verifies this is a correct document.

I did find a repost of the original RonIsXenu posting of this “Oberholser” document from 1999, but that’s it.

Chris Owen is also seen replying to Joe Harrington and points people to a website that might have had the document at one time, but I’m not sure that it did. Even if it did, that website is now defunct, but the original website is still archived here – but if you click on the Dirty Tricks button (where the G.O. documents are supposed to be) you get a notification saying that url has been excluded! I found that xenu.net appears to have archived some of this original site created by Chris Owen here.

Our copy of the Full Hat (all the issues that went with the checksheet), Gerry Armstrong’s copy, every place I have looked so far is missing this ONE issue in the “hat pack” that goes with the Guardian’s office checksheet.

My husband Mike can personally verify that issue was part of the course that he studied as the Assistant Guardian for Intelligence in San Franciso – so where is it???

Why is that one missing? What are the odds that everyone’s pack is missing that particular issue – that’s just too weird. And yet, someone obviously had it, it got put in a post to a newsgroup! What a mess. I do have feelers out to see if I can track down this document, I’ll update this if I do.

OK. So, that’s that.

Now, on to the document. It’s dated February 28th, 1972, so this guy Brian must have been Terry Milner’s juniors? (Terry of the guns and drug running infamy…) Anyway – Brian was the Deputy, Deputy Guardian Intelligence for US.

It’s a big long rant, and I’m excerpting primarily the parts about Overholser.

L. Ron Hubbard

CS-G 28th February, 1972
GO WW
D/G Int WW
D/GO US
D/D/G INT US Dear Brian:

Thank you for the excellent packaging of Oberholser (the late and very unlamented).

The interest in this bad hat stems from the fact that he blew the whistle on Dianetics when St. Elizabeth psychiatrists were just beginning to use it and were for the first time getting results on patients at the National Asylum. He forbade them to use it but they disagreed heavily and privately used it for many years under cover. This broke up introducing Dianetics on regular channels – May 1950.

Thereafter a violent and gory attack was mounted. It was begun by Oberholser, went over to George Wash U. Psychology Dept at once and there a student of the first Dianetics class (Dolly Jones) also a psychology student was hypnotized, beaten, told to go crazy, did so and we had to hospitalize her. We handled it so fast and so well no “Dianetics drove her crazy” could be campaigned and wasn’t. This was the first hard flat out PR-Intelligence operation in Dianetics. Her state was not assisted by her husband, Col Jones of US Army Intelligence, also a member of the first Dianetics Class.

From then on the NY Times Literary Section began an attack […]

So you see why I am interested in this bad hat Oberholser. He struck the first blow.

You do have evidence re Ezra Pound. It is on pg 29 of “Manufacture of Madness”. Oberholser’s connection to WFMH has not been picked up in this review but exists I believe in the WFMH rosters.

We get a very out-pointy package on Oberholser.

Majored in ECONOMICS. Six wks formal training as a head boiler, membership crossed to Council of Foreign Relations. All the best people and the “right societies” but they are very anti-Man.

Interest in Central-South America – that’s a Rockefeller clue.

George Washington U altered and misreports my status to reporters. Once said I never went there now may have another tale.

This ties back to Oberholser by what you’ve dug up.

He is involved in Judicial degradations according to his works, fascinated with socking people in without trial. Siberia Bill included.

Now when we hit and wrecked his Siberia Bill, Oberholser must have revived pressure. That funny dead man Brock Chisholm (undoubtedly connected as same societies) is reported by NAMH head SA to have said (1958?) “Scientology is dangerous” and the attack on us suddenly went all out mounting up to the FDA raid and finally all the “bans”.

Now WFMH is about to die, most of these old birds are carrion and we are making rapid headway once more.

From all this sorting out of detail I hazard that we ran into and hit a massive plan to escalate the destruction of human liberty by psychiatry and didn’t just dent it but are now approaching a total wreckage of their political-judicial decimation of the world scene.

While this is just hitting the high spots it gives us a need –

– Continue to apply pressure and mop up.

– Dead agent the wild false statements of the 1950-1970 scene by pin-pointing the general villainy of the agencies concerned (AMA, FDA, WFMH, NAMH, APA and George Wash. U where govt clerks go to get degrees to be FBI, Justice Attorneys, FDA execs and other track).

– Be alert that we have not omitted another spearhead that was also involved.

 – Continue to look for NEW opposition and handle well.

This search was a good one. He (Oberholser) was a member of the Club.

Your work is appreciated.

The above 1 to 4 general plan is called to the attention of the GO.

Love, RON

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Vaughn Young - late 1990's

Vaughn Young – late 1990’s

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Vaughn Young, who was a former Guardian’s Office member that had became a critic of scientology, alleged that this document was what was used to later create Operation Snow White.

I can verify this dispatch from L. Ron Hubbard. It was considered quite secret at the time. It is important for a number of reasons. Historically, it predates the Snow White program and actually starts to set it up. The first actual SW [Snow White] dispatch was, I believe, Aug/Sept 72.

– Vaughn Young

He also said:

Intell Bureau had these targets and these names and despite years of work, the conspiracy was never proven, except in the minds of those doing it and – I confess – I came to believe it too. And when you believe it, then you construct the facts to support you. You can “see the pattern,” a pattern that no one else can see because they are part of the conspiracy or duped by the conspiracy, which proves the conspiracy.

 

Oh really

oh really hermione

Or… maybe no-one ever looked beyond Hubbard – who was part of a conspiracy.

Ya think?

The ‘conspiracy” being, as this document only touches on:

…hit a massive plan to escalate the destruction of human liberty by psychiatry

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That is actually very true – but whoever wrote this document can’t even spell Overholser’s name right, let alone EVER mentions the British Intelligence connections throughout the entire psychiatric push that had begun.

A rather strange omission, wouldn’t you say?

And so….

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There sat the G.O. always investigating but never where they should – like right under their chairs (for most of them) or the very organization that they were in that was part of that same “grand plan”.

And then…along comes Operation Dumbo Drop – David Miscavige, Mark Rathbun, and Mike Rinder and…

Gee, Golly Gosh! They seem to have the exact same problem with their “investigations” – they don’t go anywhere, can’t find anything, label secretaries as “who’s” ad nauseum.

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They all have the exact same blind spot.

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And they all somehow manage to continually lead everyone down a trail of perpetually wrong answers. It’s practically Magical!

Scientology joke: Guess they better do the Data Series course again – didn’t seem to help them much in their “investigations”.

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All kidding aside – the actual problem that these Guardian’s Office investigators in the Intelligence Bureau had, was that they were not free to find the truth. It would be like the warden of a prison, who is causing all kinds of abuses in the prison, telling a couple prisoners to investigate “who is causing trouble in the prison”:. What, do you think, would happen to those prisoners if their investigation correctly pointed out the warden as the source of the abuses?

Shot from guns – they would be.

gun in your face.

So, there never was a real investigation about all this – not like we’re doing. They were controlled and directed everywhere BUT where they should have been looking. There were very few Guardian’s Office members that weren’t the ones doing that misdirection, as in agents provocateur, but there were some.

You know, as Vaughn also tells us, one should be forced to conclude, based on the lame antics of these scientology “investigators” of the Tyranny of the Minds of Menthat there is no conspiracy.

Right?

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That’s exactly the plan. It’s called Controlled Opposition.

Commentary on the controlled opposition tactic by Steven Hager

But that’s the way spooks play their games. If there’s going to be a social movement against whatever you’re doing, it’s best if you secretly create and orchestrate that movement against yourself right away so that it never does any unintended damage to your personal fortunes.

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Of course, as you now know, there is a massive plan, and we’ve been painstakingly piecing it back together for you here at our blog, but it is not against scientology.

Scientology is just as square in the middle of making it happen as Overholser was.

That’s the thing – the thing many people never think of, that’s right in front of your face, under your shoes, and all around you the whole time.

David Miscavige just can’t seem to name or focus on the real source of all this, like Dr. Overholser, George Brock Chisholm and the WFMH, any of those would have at least indicated that he was trying to “investigate” – but no.

What does he do?

As I’ve just shown you in the two video clips – he picks out a pencil-pushing administrative type (Wiprud), and a nebulous “DC Medical Association”, and…as you’re about to see, a lawyer/secretary named Charlotte.

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Now, not everyone is in on the broader plan, you understand. For example – Miscavige’s target Charlotte P. Murphy obviously wasn’t, and I can prove it.

Here’s Miscavige sharing his personal revelations about all that –

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What were they to do? In the old days the Romans threw the Christians to the lions. So the psychs tuned to the modern day, 20th century inquisitors. The creatures of the night. That’s right, the vampires. And not little vampires, but the ones who suck the blood from the whole country and so the villain of this plot came on the scene – the Internal Revenue Service.

How did the psychs manage to recruit the IRS?

More easily than you can imagine. You’ve already seen how the government was working hand in glove with the psych movement. But the connection was even more tangible.

The DC Medical Society was the sponsor of the Siberia USA plans.

Their attorney was a woman named Charlotte Murphy and when their grand plan of Siberia USA fell through she needed a new job.

She joined the Internal Revenue Service and was posted in the office of their chief counsel which is the in-house attorney firm for the IRS.

And just that simply the IRS became the active force to destroy Scientology because Charlotte Murphy’s assigned functions – at her request – were to deal exclusively with any matters Scientology in nature. A task she wasted no time getting active with.

She made her intentions clear in this document she wrote to the district director of the Washington branch of the IRS:

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In this document regarding the Founding Church in Washington DC, she asks:

“whether there are any local statutes and ordinances available as tools to curtail or close down the operation.”

She went on a rampage to do anything in her power to destroy Scientology in the US and abroad. For her efforts she was awarded handsomely and even was promoted years later and became a judge in the US tax court . Here you can see a picture of her:

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Thirty years after her initial involvement with Scientology, she wrote an affidavit where she stated:

[flashes partial document on screen]

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“We in the IRS did anything we could to deny exertion to Scientology churches and to close down the operations of all Scientology entities.”

[transcript of document by me –

8. Due to the long-standing IRS policy, we in the IRS did anything we could to deny exemption to Scientology churches and to close down the operations of all Scientology entities. This was the case certainly during the time of my own involvement from 1966 through 1973 with regard to case having to do with Scientology. Ultimately we worked to achieve a denial of religious recognition a the most direct way to achieve IRS objectives with regard to Scientology.

9. I also helped to study information obtained by…

– alleged affidavit from Charlotte Murphy, 1980 (not thirty years later as Miscavige says ]

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Quite the horror story Fairy Tale that David Miscavige is painting there, complete with vampires and witches.

It’s just so exciting!

thank you thank you

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Now let’s look at the real story.

A despatch dated December 4, 1974, from Duke Snider to Mo Budlong, the Deputy Guardian for Information Worldwide, reported that he and his associates had received two shipments of documents “about ten inches thick” – from agents Mitchell Hermann and Gerald Wolfe in Washington.

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A Memorandum dated December 30, 1974 from Michael Meisner to Cindy Raymond entitled “Raw Data Report Re: IRS-Charlotte Murphy Scientology File” summarized documents purportedly taken by Gerald Wolfe from the offices of Barbara Bird, the IRS Chief Counsel. Meisner appends at least ninety-eight pages of documents taken from the IRS.

Wolfe was directed by Hermann to continue searching the files in the office of Barbara Bird, an IRS attorney in the Refund Litigation Section. Thereafter, Wolfe found a way to enter Attorney Bird’s office, from which he took many documents relating to Scientology. These he photocopied on a zerox machine in the IRS building, then returned the originals to the files.

…In a CSW (completed staff work) memorandum dated 7 May 1975, sent to Deputy Guardian for Information Worldwide Mo Budlong, church executive Greg Willardson informed his superior that the enormous size of the document collection had created a crisis in the Information Bureau by creating a slowdown in the collection process, which needed urgently to be eliminated. He explained that some 15,000 documents had been sent without the usual review and exerption in order to speed up the process.

Many, if not most of the documents were those which Bird had acquired from former IRS attorney, Charlotte Murphy. (This was the same Charlotte Murphy who, with her colleague June Norris, informed Shirley Foley of the U.S. Labor Department that Scientologists made “ritual use of LSD and electric shock”, and had shot, “but not killed” members of families in different parts of the U.S.”)

– Playing Dirty, Omar Garrison, p. 101,102 Chapter 6

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Miscavige spins that Charlotte Murphy’s “first act” was to get scientology tax exemption denied.

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So, Murphy’s first act was to arrange for the arbitrary denial of tax exemption to every existing Church of Scientology in the United States. She then spent the next ten years spearheading IRS attacks on our churches, in order to ensure that the Church did not regain tax exemption.

– David Miscavige – IAS “War is Over” IRS event, 1993

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Problem is, she had already been there at the IRS for seven years by the time that happened. Clearly Miscavige is trying to distract from something here.

Who are these people?

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Let’s start with Charlotte, her history, then we’ll take up the various statements Miscavige has been making about her.

Charlotte Patricia Murphy went to college at Trinity College – Washington D.C., then Law School at the Catholic University of America Columbus University where she obtained her law degree in 1948. Charlotte was born was born on March 10, 1925, she passed away on April 19, 2010.

Charlotte in 1955 – posted as Editor in Chief of “Young Lawyer”

Charlotte_P._Murphy_in_1955– image from ABA (American Bar Association) journal May 1955

Charlotte in 1956 – 3rd from left, seated.

Charlotte_P._Murphy,_seated,_3rd_from_left,_1956Young Lawyers at Work. Pictured above are members of the District of Columbia (Bar Association) staff of the “Young Lawyer”, the Junior Bar Conference’s official quarterly publication. (Seated) Margaret Pallansch, Past Assistant Editor; Elizabeth Elward, Assistant Editor; Charlotte P. Murphy, Editor-in-Chief; Ruth Joyce Hens (Standing) Lt. Edward J. Foley, Lt. Nathaniel Kenyon, Francis P. Borden Jr., Isabelle R. Cappello, J. .Parker Connor, Maj. George S. Prugh, Jr., and Albert M. Christopher, Frances L. Nunn, our lawyer-photographer, was behind the lens, while Donald R. Gormley and John M. Murray were absent when the photo was taken.

 – image was in ABA journal of February 1956, vol. 42, p. 177

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Charlotte was later elected to the Board of Directors of the Washington D.C. Bar Association in September of 1956.

An ABA Journal of 1965 lists her as part of the Public Contract Law section, not in the Taxation/Chief Counsel section, and this from 1964 lists the same thing.

This shows that she was still being an editor for Young Lawyers in 1960, and this shows that she was still in Administrative Law in 1959.

But strangely, apparently she actually started also working for the IRS as a litigation attorney in 1960, as this 1973 news article reveals, and it also reveals when she became a Judge.

Standard Speaker Saturday July 28, 1973 –

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Miss Charlotte P. Murphy, 45, will be the first woman sworn in as commissioner of the United States Court of Claims, one of the 15 the trial judges paid $36,000 a year. Miss Murphy has been working on tax litigation in the Internal Revenue Service since 1960. She will be one of the highest women holding judicial office in the country.

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After beginning work for the IRS, Charlotte actually published a book concerning the power of government in exercising financial penalties as the Sword of Damacles. Interesting, especially considering her willingness to do just that in complete violation of the Constitution and any number of laws – simply because she liked the idea (she was also ordered to do these things).

The parable of the Sword of Damacles has to do with people, if they know what’s “good” for them, should be happy with being a lesser kind of person, as in less power, luxury and wealth. Hence, taking away their wealth through using the IRS, for example, is wielding a Sword of Damacles against people that should be “lesser”.

Wow – eh?

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How appropos (appropriate).

When money penalties may be imposed by a federal agency, such action should occur only as a result of a mature administrative proceeding – one which is impartial and reasonably expeditious, yet protected by judicial review (possibly a hearing de novo in some instances to counteract the problem of substantial evidence). Otherwise, administrative penalties will remain a procedural enigma and a governmental Sword of Damocles.

– Charlotte P. Murphy, Money Penalties: The Sword of Damacles, Santa Clara University Law Review; January 1, 1962

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There was nothing like any “mature administrative proceedings” anywhere near the whole Kennedy list of organizations to be attacked and punished in any possible way (including financially).

Charlotte was most definitely part of wielding a governmental Sword of Damacles – that’s a fact – but she wasn’t some big kingpin.

Let’s look again at this part of what David Miscavige said –

The DC Medical Society was the sponsor of the Siberia USA plans.

Their attorney was a woman named Charlotte Murphy and when their grand plan of Siberia USA fell through she needed a new job.

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Did she now…

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Looks to me like she had several jobs, at least one or more which continued both before and after she joined the IRS as a litigator.

So much for that – nor can I find any evidence of her ever being the attorney for the “D.C. Medical Society” – let alone for any Dr. Overholser organizations.

But what Miscavige does seem to be muxing all up for everyone about this “D.C. Medical Society” and it’s activities, actually has to do with something called The Mental Health Study Act of 1955 (Public Law 84-182) – which had been established which called for “an objective, thorough, nationwide analysis and reevaluation of the human and economic problems of mental health.”

You can tell this from official scientology statements on their websites, like this one:

The weight of the mission soon fell on IRS shoulders — more specifically, on the shoulders of an attorney in the office of the IRS’ Chief Counsel, one Charlotte Murphy.

A noteworthy fact is her attendance at meetings in the mid-1950s of the DC Medical Society’s Committee on Mental Health — along with the main sponsors of the Siberia Bill, along with the psychiatrist who had falsely “tipped” the FDA that the Church was involved in illegal drugs [ it was – See Terry Milner posts] and along with a number of leading psychiatrists who had been at the forefront of the attacks on Dianetics from day one.

It is therefore not surprising that Murphy herself requested that she deal exclusively with any IRS matters regarding Scientology. Nor were her intentions surprising. She made them quite clear in a memo to the Director of the Washington Branch of the IRS in which she asked whether there were “any local statutes or ordinances available as tools to curtail or close down the operation.”

What followed was an all-out effort to harass the Church by denying tax-exempt status to various Scientology churches, and issuing federal tax liens against others. Information was provided to the post office to “support a charge of misrepresentation,” and later a host of other government agencies were forwarded blatantly ludicrous falsehoods on the order of: “LSD and perhaps other drugs are widely used by the members while assembled” and that the Church used “electric shock” on its parishioners in an “initiation ceremony” — fabrications that would have been laughable if not for the consequences.

– THOSE WHO OPPOSE SCIENTOLOGY, THE IRS CAMPAIGN, Church of Scientology website, retrieved May 4, 2015.

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See that “mid 1950’s…DC Medical Society’s Committee on Mental Health” part?

That’s obviously a very confused and vague reference to the Joint Commission on Mental Illness and Health that had been created in the mid 1950’s (1955 to be precise) by the American Psychiatric Association and the American Medical Association to fulfill the mandate The Mental Health Study Act.

As the name suggests, the commission had a broad mandate, and panel members had strong differences of opinion on basic matters, including the appropriate scope of its activities.

…The commission began with a concern for serious mental illness but over time shifted its emphasis to include mental health problems. Its final report, Action for Mental Health, published in 1961…

– retrieved from http://content.healthaffairs.org/content/25/3/737.full

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Many states submitted reports to them (here’s Arkansas, just one example). This was definitely all part of the WFMH plan we covered earlier, and it was also one of the main precursors to launching the Alaskan Mental Health Care Enablement Act – the one nicknamed the Siberia Bill. It didn’t complete it’s studies until late 1960, when it then issued a 10-volume series called  Action for Mental Health, that was researched and published under the sponsorship of 36 organizations making up the Commission.

It assessed mental health conditions and resources throughout the United States “to arrive at a national program that would approach adequacy in meeting the individual needs of the mentally ill people of America.” Transmitted to Congress on December 31, 1960, the report commanded the attention of President John F. Kennedy, who established a cabinet-level interagency committee to examine the recommendations and determine an appropriate Federal response.

– retrieved from http://www.nih.gov/about/almanac/organization/NIMH.htm

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So here we are again with not-a-white-hat President Kennedy, jumping to attention and carrying out the World Citizen plan of the British/Catholic slavemasters – remember, ‘mental health’ was their chosen vehicle to convert humanity to their agenda, and David Miscavige later doing his level best to throw attention everywhere but where it should be as to who the real movers-and-shakers were.

On that note – in the IRS Video clip you saw earlier, David Miscavige flashed a document on the screen in support of this fantasy that Charlotte, and Charlotte alone apparently, made the IRS launch attacks against scientology. One problem with this document is check the date, it’s 1967, seven years after she had started at the IRS.

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I transcribed what I could of it –

…Scientology is a (cult?) and if so, what is the membership criteria and whether any others of the character of activities of the organization to ascertain if it is a genuinely religious use was made.

[what a strange sentence!]

(2) The office of the D.C. Corporation Counsel to learn whether religious or charitable organizations, obtaining funds from the public, are required to register or be licensed; if so, please [illegible] details of the procedure involved and what their records show relative to any of the Hubbard-controlled organizations on the attached lists and whether there are any Local any local statutes or ordinances available as tools to curtail or close down the operations of pseudo-religious organizations like the Hubbard-controlled group, which are threats to the public [illegible] or morals or are preying on the public pocketbook.

Please expedite this request.

Charlotte P. Murphy

[enclosure]

July? 1967

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Far from being proof of Charlotte’s over-focus on Scientology, this letter sounds exactly in line with what the IRS was ordered to do by the Kennedy Administration to hundreds of organizations targeted as problematic. You see, it’s not Charlotte Murphy and “the psychs” ordering the IRS, it was the PRESIDENTIAL cabinet that did that, not some lowly tax lawyer.

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That’s the big lie Miscavige is putting out here.

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You will note this letter is not specifically only about scientology, it says: pseudo-religious organizations like the Hubbard-controlled group – which is exactly one of the targets of the Kennedy list.

Also, it’s not that I think that it was correct for scientology to be put on this infamous list under President Kennedy, I don’t. I don’t think anyone should have been. It was illegal and unconstitutional. It’s that scientology was one of many groups targeted, and not because it had such a “magically workable” technology to save mankind.

This document that Miscavige flashed on the screen marks the beginning of deliberate attribution of much later in time documents as somehow being from the beginning of Murphy’s employment by the IRS – I doubt anyone looked too closely at the dates at the event.

But we will.

So, that one is from 1967, and considering that she started at the IRS in 1960, that doesn’t exactly line up with Miscaviges statement of: “Charlotte Murphy’s assigned functions – at her request – were to deal exclusively with any matters Scientology in nature. A task she wasted no time getting active with.” Seven years later – you see my point.

The next one Miscavige shows in the event, is part him trying to portray a skewed and incomplete reason as to why the IRS was involved in revoking the Church’s tax exemption, as well as working with other government agencies to “curtail” its activities.

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And why was denial of tax exemption so important?

Because, a tax exempt church may use all of its financial resources for accomplishing its mission.

A very scary proposition for Murphy and the psychs, when it came to Scientology.

A tax exempt organization is not subject to the myriad complexities of the Internal Revenue Code which can be used to harass and destroy organizations the IRS does not like.

But most importantly – because all bona-fide religions and churches in the United States do have tax exemption, and if the IRS refused to grant such to Scientology that fact alone could be used to black PR the Church internationally.

Scientology wouldn’t be a church or a religion – but a “cult” and worse.

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A Cult? No….

Oh look Im afraid of fire - puhlease. Igor.

The IRS saying scientology is not a religion is a bit like Igor calling Frankenstein ugly.

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Swoon - oh the irony.

Miscavige is so melodramatic sometimes.

miscavige and lurch adams familyShoop Miscavige as Gomez from The Adams Family – from forums.whyweprotest.net

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Trying to support this whole white and black hat silent movie routine he’s got going, next he point blank lies on film about a government document.

Here’s a clip of just that –

Note the truncated document shown, with the part missing that would reveal his lie.

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But also, please note the date. This one is even later in time than the last one he showed. It is dated September 11, 1970!

The document itself is a Memorandum for: H.R. Haldeman; Subject: IRS & Ideological Organizations from Tom Charles Huston. It was a report about the activities of the IRS Special Services group that had been formed under President Nixon. This group and the document itself, are both years later than the original task force formed under President Kennedy in 1961.

Here is the actual document – talking about an original order from President Nixon in 1969.

Exhibit 42 memorandum haldeman IRS SSS idealogical targets.

I had already come across this document a while back, and I had mentioned it in my post: The Nixon/IRS List – Founding Church of Scientology WAS On A List: Targeted For Special Investigation 1969-1973

In 2008, someone uploaded Book VIII of the 1974 Nixon Impeachment hearings to the Internet Archive and that’s where this Haldeman memo is.

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p. 9

Book VIII, presented to the Committee in two volumes, dealt with alleged efforts by White House officials from 1970 through 1973 to use the Internal Revenue Service for political purposes, to acquire confidential information from the IRS and to direct certain IRS activities. Evidence was presented regarding White House requests that the IRS investigate the financial affairs of certain Taxpayers and provide White House officials with confidential information about certain taxpayers. Evidence was also presented regarding the creation of White House lists of political opponents and “enemies.”

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So, again, Miscavige is using much later (and disrelated actually) documents to tie Charlotte’s “first act” time period.

In the IRS video, Miscavige chose to highlight the part that originally said:

What we cannot do in a courtroom via criminal prosecutions to curtail the activities of some of these groups, IRS could do by administrative action.

– Tom Huston

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But he lied and changed it to: “some of these scientology groups.”

Be that all as it may –

Do not fail to note

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That this shows that a presidential administration is going to order the IRS to do this – it is not at the instigation of IRS, and ergo not at the instigation of a tax lawyer named Charlotte Murphy as David Miscavie keeps trying to spin.

Even the alleged “affidavit” Miscavige had flashed on the screen, from Charlotte, makes this clear.

8. Due to the long-standing IRS policy, we in the IRS did anything we could to deny exemption to Scientology churches and to close down the operations of all Scientology entities. This was the case certainly during the time of my own involvement from 1966 through 1973 with regard to case having to do with Scientology. Ultimately we worked to achieve a denial of religious recognition a the most direct way to achieve IRS objectives with regard to Scientology.

9. I also helped to study information obtained by…

– alleged affidavit from Charlotte Murphy, approximately 1990?

.We already know Miscavige went so far as to lie about a government document to mislead scientologists into thinking he’s a “white hat”, which proves intent. We could even say that his entire intent with all these lies and misrepresentations, is now not based entirely out of ignorance or stupidity.

So, now the 2 documents that he is using to try and defray attention away from the truth while building a misdirectional case against Charlotte – neither of them illustrate her “first act” and her having “wasted no time” when she took a job with the IRS in 1960.

They are 1967 and 1970, respectively, and they’re both way too late in time.

Miscavige talked about The Foley Report several times in the IAS event video. It was partially documented in the Dossier Disease, put out by the Church of Scientology in the late 1970’s.

 

Dossier Disease

Excerpts from other sources cited in booklet.

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
Memorandum
TO : FILES DATE: 11/29/67
FROM: FOLEY – – CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY
SUBJECT: The investigation concerning the Church of Scientology was made in order to form an opinion as to whether the body can, be considered a bona fide religions organization for the purpose of alien employment certification.

Contacted the National Council of Churches, New York City, 212-070-2561. Mr. Jacquett, Director of Research stated that this organization will never give an opinion or statement as to whether an organized group is a bona-fide church organization. They feel that they have no criteria by which to judge and will therefore issue no opinion: Mr. Jacquett, however, did advise that we accept as a basis for decisions, any opinion which may have been reached by the U.S. Dept of Internal Revenue as regards “tax-exempt” status inasmuch as this used only for non-profit organizations.

Contacted the U.S. Dept of Internal Revenue. Atty June Norris, Supervisor of Lawyers at Internal Revenue, 184-3843 and Atty Charlotte Murphy (in charge of litigation in the case of the U.S. vs the Church of Scientology) 186-4240 gave me very comprehensive review of investigations made by the U.S. Internal Revenue Dept as to the organization and operation of the Church of Scientology in the United States.

In the course of the conversation the following was reported:

One, Mr Hubbard, organizer and founder of the Church of Scientology, moved to England a few years ago after deserting his wife and children in Washington, D.C. Mr. Hubbard has always been the chief recipient of all contributions and profits from this organization, which was established around 1955 and has used several different names since it has been in existence. The cult has spread to many parts of the world and Mr. Hubbard is now a very wealthy man and lives in a castle in England.

The group is made up primarily of teen-agers. and young adults. There is evidence that LSD and perhaps other drugs are widely used by the members while assembled. There is evidence that an initiation ceremony is held for all members at which time electric shock is administered to them. There is evidence that members of several families in different parts of the U.S. have been shot but not killed by unknown persons because they objected to their teen-age children becoming members. It is not unusual to find that many of the young members come from homes where the parents are well-to-do persons.

The ‘Saturday Evening Post,’ in the March 21, 1964 edition on Page 31 carried an article entitled “Have You Ever Been A Boohoo?” In the article the Church of Scientology is “described as a self-interest group, organized for the sole purpose of making Mr. Hubbard the founder rich.

Tentative revocation of the tax-exempt status was extended to the Church of Scientology of Michigan, located at 10138 West McNichols, Detroit, Michigan, April 3, 1967, and the same action was taken against the Church of Scientology ….

– The Dossier Disease,The Truth About Government Agency False Files,Published by the Church of Scientology (r) Ministry of Public Relations, 1979,  found at Arnie Lerma’s website.

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The above is also documented in Church of Scientology of v. Shirley Foley UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT, February 20, 1980 –

Defendant Shirley Foley wrote the memorandum in question for the Department of Labor on November 29, 1967, as part of an effort to determine whether the Church qualified as a bona fide religious organization for the purpose of obtaining alien employment certification for its ministers.

In preparing the report, Foley was furnished information by defendants Charlotte Murphy and June Norris, attorneys with the Internal Revenue Service . Their information had been acquired in prior IRS investigations of the Church.

Upon its completion, the memorandum was forwarded by the Department of Labor to defendant John McGill, chief of the Advisory Opinions Division, Visa Office, Department of State. He in turn disseminated the report to an INS branch office where allegedly it was in part responsible for…

The report characterized the Church as a criminal secular organization.

It alleged that the use of LSD and perhaps other drugs was common among members of the Church, that parents who objected to their children’s conversion had been “shot but not killed,” and that electric shocks were administered to converts as a ritualistic practice. The Church obtained a copy of the report in April 1975 after a contested Freedom of Information Act proceeding. Seven months later, the Department of Labor officially repudiated the report and ordered all copies of the report to be removed from its files and destroyed. In March 1977, 23 months after receiving a copy of the report, the Church filed this action.

…The Church’s complaint avers that the report contains statements that the defendants knew, or with the exercise of due diligence should have known, were false. It further avers that the defendants on their own initiative caused the report to be compiled and maintained with the purpose and intent of directly and proximately causing the Church to be subjected to harassment and persecution by numerous government agencies for an eight-year period between 1967 and 1975.

From another source regarding this same case –

This case came before the court en banc after a divided panel reversed a District Court order dismissing as time-barred an action brought by appellant, the Church of Scientology of California, against four federal employees, the appellees herein.

The factual backdrop of this litigation is supplied by the Church’s complaint. The memorandum ultimately sparking the controversy was written by appellee Shirley Foley in November, 1967. It was a summary of an “investigation concerning the Church of Scientology … made in order to form an opinion as to whether the body can be considered a bona fide religious organization for the purpose of alien employment certification.” Foley reported that there was evidence that LSD and perhaps other drugs were widely used by assembled Church members; that an electric shock was administered to new members as a part of the Church’s initiation ceremony; and that several persons in different parts of the United States had been shot, though not killed, because they had objected to the membership of their teen-aged children in the Church. The memorandum cited appellees June Norris and Charlotte Murphy as the sources of this information, and advised that they “urgently request(ed) that the Department of Labor withhold alien employment certification on any basis for the Church of Scientology.”

In February, 1968, the memorandum was forwarded to appellee John McGill, who in turn supplied a copy to a branch office of the Immigration and Naturalization Service.That, the Church asserts, led to initiation of visa-revocation proceedings against an alien Scientologist minister, and to a long-term pattern of unremitting discrimination and harassment by governmental officials and agencies acting on the strength of the memorandum.

[…] The four employees are Shirley Foley, John T. McGill, Charlotte Murphy and June Norris. At all times relevant to this appeal, Foley was an employee of the Department of Labor, McGill was an officer of the Department of State, and Murphy and Norris were attorneys at the Internal Revenue Service. All four sought the dismissal on the ground that the action was barred by the District of Columbia statute of limitations applicable to defamation actions, D.C.Code § 12-301(4) (1973). They did not then claim official immunity from suit, but in their dismissal motion they made known their intention to address that subject if the motion was denied. App. 14. Because the motion was successful, an immunity defense never emerged.

[…]During the course of the investigation Foley had conferred with Norris and Murphy, who apparently based their statements upon prior Internal Revenue Service investigations of the Church.

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Ok, that’s several times now that we’ve seen this LSD allegation. This is a veiled and clearly not understood idea of a connection between Hubbard and Scientology and the LSD activities of Timothy Leary, The Brotherhood of Eternal Love, etc. etc. and…more importantly, Al Hubbard.

Miscavige first tells about the “false reports” that Charlotte Murphy and the IRS were the reason for.

The primary tactic utilized was the creation and broad dissemination of false and derogatory reports on LRH and Scientology. These reports were designed to ensure that government agencies receiving these reports in the US and abroad would immediately take adverse action and instigate inquires and other serious actions. In fact, Congress later said:

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“…these reports were used to stigmatize, to set a group of individuals and organizations apart as somehow inherently suspect and likely to be in violation of the tax statutes or other laws.”

Unquote.

[note, the quote above is from that same Nixon Impeachment hearings Book VII that I mentioned earlier]

Indeed, years later we learned that IRS-created false reports were at the bottom of such infamous attacks as the Australian inquiry, the UK and South African inquiries, and attacks on the Flagship Apollo.

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You know, you really should look at the fact that is one hell of a great way to give someone, or some group, an intelligence cover. Having different agencies around the world attack them certainly makes it look like they’re anything but what they really are.

In fact, MI6 has a long precedence for doing exactly that kind of thing. See Casimir Pilenas Palmer article, where it describes the antics of combined Russian/British intelligence agents who planted reports in various government agencies of false conspiracies that they wanted spread to suit their own intelligence operations underway against America at the time. If someone was stupid enough to fall for them and give them legitimacy – it was all good to them!

You believe this? And now you’re off on a witch hunt against those dastardly “communists”, “Bolsheviks” and “Zionists”?

Great!

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As long as it’s not us, works for me! – that was their attitude.

Now, as I said earlier, I know for a fact that Charlotte Murphy (let alone other IRS agents and the FBI) were NOT in on a whole lot of sneaking doin’s going on at the CIA/MI6.

Alfred or “Al” Hubbard was a CIA agent engaged in Operation Bluebird (later named Artichoke) then the ultimate umbrella mind-control covert operation – Operation MKULTRA, which ran from 1953 to the mid 1970’s when it was getting busted.

That’s where LSD experiments were being overseen and run from – the whole time.

Ok, now look at some of these stories being circulated again –

Foley reported that there was evidence that LSD and perhaps other drugs were widely used by assembled Church members; that an electric shock was administered to new members as a part of the Church’s initiation ceremony; and that several persons in different parts of the United States had been shot, though not killed, because they had objected to the membership of their teen-aged children in the Church. The memorandum cited appellees June Norris and Charlotte Murphy as the sources of this information…

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So, we know that June and Charlotte had to have been FED that information, that much is obvious. Of course there was no proof of new members being electro-shocked – as in psychiatric style – that’s the impression given there, in some sort of initiation rite.

But neither was there proof of the really dastardly things being attributed to various Jewish people, that Casimir Pilenas and Boris Brasol planted in the MID (Military Inteligence) – that’s not the point of why it was done.

Get it?

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Beside, some of it sounds extremely drama-queen Hooverish (FBI). He was the biggest sucker for that kind of thing, you just really can’t imagine how easy he was. William Stephenson, when heading the giant British Intelligence operation in the U.S. to get us into WWII, used to completely manipulate Hoover (and others like him) using this same kind of sensationalist bullshit. For example – the Hitler Map.

See the British Security Compendium articles in the World Government section of our Reading Library, under “B”.

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This all really becomes obvious when you see what happened with Al Hubbard.

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After years and years of trying to get LRH and Scientology – the IRS really started going psychotic. Possibly the most astounding document of that period was one written during the mid- 1960’s. I’ll read it to you now so you can see just how nuts these IRS officials were. The name Alfred Hubbard had come across the IRS’ desk. At that point the IRS’ reactive “mind equals a mechanism” kicked in.

Quote:

“It is shrewd to note that since the name L. Ron Hubbard is so similar to prominent LSD advocate Alfred Hubbard, then LRH and this Alfred Hubbard must be one and the same persons. And because Timothy Leary has recently established a religion advocating LSD, then Leary may be the head of the Church of Scientology and our L. Ron Hubbard may be getting income through Leary”

Unquote.

[Flashes a document on the screen – looks like its dated December 1964, to a Mr. [illegible] and with a “thanks” Walker-London at the bottom – the funny part is it mentions how “shrewd” it was to whoever had sent in this connection]

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Man, somebody set the IRS up big-time with that one.

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Kermit the frog excited.

Well, I think that takes care of this whole bs about Charlotte Murphy being the wicked-witch-of-the-west that Miscavige tried to portray her as.

The court cases mention one other woman involved with these reports, a June B. Norris.

Not much to be found her so far, other than this rather interesting piece of information from the National Archives: Plumbers Task Force Investigation Into the Misuse of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) –

Box 4:

  • Depositions taken in the case of Center on Corporate Responsibility, Inc. v. Shultz and Alexander, CA 846-73:
    • Henkel, Lee [Open, 60 pages]
    • Kehrli, Bruce [Open, 62 pages]
    • Kinsey, Roy [Open, 58 pages]
    • Norris, June B. [Open, 41 pages]
    • White, Arthur B. [Open, 128 pages]

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The Kennedy List

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We are now ready to move on to what really happened here.

On 18 July 1967, The Internal Revenue Service revoked CSC’s (Church of Scientology of California) tax-exempt status, citing three reasons:

Scientology practitioners are profiting from the “non-profit” Church;
The Church’s activities are commercial;
The Church is serving the private interests of L. Ron Hubbard (a practice known as inurement).

Scientology denounces the revocation, declares its intention to ignore the decision and withholds payment of taxes for the next 26
years.*

*Ref: Church of Scientology of California vs IRS, 24 Sept 1984 judgement

Paradoxically, just four years later a federal judge ruled that Scientology was a religion entitled to protection under the First Amendment.

As you have seen, at the 1993 IAS event David Miscavige spent an inordinate amount of time trying to falsely pin the reason for this on a woman named Charlotte Murphy, and Thomas Wiprud/D.C. Medical Society. He even went so far as to lie about what a government document said.

Why?

What’s he trying to direct attention away from?

You have a pretty good idea of the basics here already, the intent to create “world Citizens” who operate in an approved of manner, but let’s get further into the actual source of the “attacks” on scientology and why they were really done.

To refresh just a bit more first, let’s look at who all this mental health planning went to, that Dr. Overholser and others had begun.

It assessed mental health conditions and resources throughout the United States “to arrive at a national program that would approach adequacy in meeting the individual needs of the mentally ill people of America.” Transmitted to Congress on December 31, 1960, the report commanded the attention of President John F. Kennedy, who established a cabinet-level interagency committee to examine the recommendations and determine an appropriate Federal response.

– retrieved from http://www.nih.gov/about/almanac/organization/NIMH.htm

Now, if you think L. Ron Hubbard Hubbard was not in line with this World Citizen behavior modification agenda – think again. He was a covert agent, not meant to be easily known as doing exactly that.

From a 1985 interview of John McMaster, the ‘world’s first real Clear’ –

“He[Hubbard] got the technology to a point where he had a sort of assembly line as he called it. And he told me he was putting all these square ball bearings on the assembly line, and then turning them into round ball bearings at he other end.”

Square according to whom? The World Government people.

Some things to keep in mind about all these “enemies” you’re going to read about being targeted as being non-conforming with the whole “world citizen” idea.

In scientology, one of the ways they used to build a cover (a false identity or persona) for an agent, was to declare them a Suppressive Person and appear to have kicked them out of the Church. The person could then infiltrate the “enemies” of scientology – appearing to be one of them.

As I covered earlier, this would be certainly a part of a controlled opposition tactic. Another purpose for “targeting” someone or some group, is drawing attention to it by attacking – this is by far one of the most used tactics as part of a controlled opposition.

By the way, this goes on a lot right now in regards to so-called activists and “critics” of scientology. You cannot assume that because a person is being attacked, therefore they are legitimate. NEVER make that mistake, especially not in today’s scene. I cannot stress that enough.

Having some group or person start getting “attacked” by various government agencies, put on “enemy” lists – is exactly the same thing as scientology would do when it would declare someone suppressive for them to infiltrate something else.

In the case of scientology, the same principle behind it holds true with the IRS “attacks” – it made it look like scientology was a poor little innocent underdog bringing love ad truth to humanity, and then being attacked by the evil Empire.

This is just a TYPICAL story line the slavemasters just love to create in controlled opposition stories.

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The problem is – it’s never told right.

(concerning who the real parties engaged in battle are)

Ever.

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The first time the IRS was used as a blunt instrument to crush someone or “shudder them into silence” was under President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Why are we not surprised, right? That guy was the biggest tool of the slavemasters there had ever been to date in the U.S. government – besides maybe Alexander Hamilton.

As Elliott Roosevelt, the son of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, noted, “My father may have been the originator of the concept of employing the IRS as of weapon of political retribution.” He was probably referring to Roosevelt’s use of the IRS to harass newspaper publishers such as William Randolph Hearst and Moses Annenberg (publisher of the Philadelphia Inquirer), whose attacks on his policies raised his ire.

But perhaps the most telling and historically significant incident concerned Roosevelt’s spiking of an IRS investigation into massive illegal campaign contributions to a fellow Democrat, one Texas Representative Lyndon B. Johnson, thus protecting Johnson from a potentially career-ending scandal.

The New American, Even Fewer IRS Audits This Year

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That’s pretty disgusting.

But, it was under John F. Kennedy that using the IRS, in fact ordering the IRS in this way was elevated to a macabre kind of art form.

As part of his election campaign, Kennedy had tried to gain support of some of the very groups that he would secretly begin attacking only a year later – the Christian “right”.

In this rare video, you can see him in action in a major address to a group of Protestant ministers who were questioning the ability of a Roman Catholic President to make important national decisions independently of the influence of his church. Then Senator Kennedy answers those questions before an audience of Protestant clergy, many of whom may believe that he can not.

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John F. Kennedy’s Separation of Church and State Speech.
Rice Hotel, Houston, Texas – September 12, 1960

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I really hate when I see untrustworthy, mal-intented hired sockpuppets like Kennedy trying to tell us what our Constitution was about.

perish the thought - wry ick face

To illustrate just how correct the concerns that were being expressed about him at the time, I give you a years later article that shows just how much influence the Catholic Church – the Vatican – has over Catholic politicians.

This is also a clear example of violating IRS tax exemption rules by the Catholic Church, to the tune of that Catholic politicians are TOLD by the Pope what to vote for in legislature.

VATICAN CITY

The Vatican issued a new set of guidelines for Catholic politicians yesterday, reminding them to heed the church’s “nonnegotiable” teachings on abortion, euthanasia, same-sex marriage and other issues when making public policy.

The Vatican said it was publishing the document now because of medical and scientific advances and because of the “emergence of ambiguities or questionable positions in recent times.”

The guidelines, prepared by the Vatican’s orthodoxy watchdog, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, don’t offer any change to the church’s long-held opposition to abortion, euthanasia, gay marriage and its promotion of the rights of the unborn.

Rather, they serve as a reminder of church teachings for Catholic politicians, so that when they vote for legislation or otherwise influence public policy, they do so in line with certain “nonnegotiable ethical principles.”

In particular, the document said laws concerning abortion and euthanasia “must defend the basic right to life from conception to natural death. In the same way, it is necessary to recall the duty to respect and protect the rights of the human embryo.”

Michigan Daily News Brief published January 17, 2003

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That’s about as clear as it gets, wouldn’t you say?

These people, these Catholics that march in ghoulish lockstep to the Vatican’s orders to mankind of what they can and can’t do with their bodies –

Skeleton lockstep

They are not only violating tax law here in the U.S. – they are violating the core of it, the separation of Church-and-State aka the Establishment Clause, and they’re doing it right in front of our faces.

This is particularly grim in light of what Roman Catholic Kennedy is going to start doing to others (using the IRS as a club) within days of getting into office as President of the United States.

In November 1961, President Kennedy turned to the IRS to challenge the tax-exempt status of “right-wing extremist groups,” as well as fundamentalist Christian ministers who had been critical of a Roman Catholic running for the presidency.

“I don’t think that the Federal Government can interfere or should interfere with the right of any individual to take any position he wants,” Kennedy said a press briefing.

“The only thing we should be concerned about is that it does not represent a diversion of funds which might be taxable…. I am sure the Internal Revenue system examines that.”

– Robert Dallek, “An Unfinished Life,” – Kennedy.

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Kennedy’s use of the IRS began with this –

Los Angeles, November 18, 1961

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You know I have to comment on what a load of propaganda that was. It’s just so un-fricking-believably over the top.

You’re an extremist if you distrust the slavemaster-puppet leaders?

Kermit the frog excited.

How utterly self-serving. These people, like slavemaster sock-puppet President Kennedy, have earned our distrust. It should be that way, as you will soon see.

As you can see, JFK publicly denounced “the discordant voices of extremism” and derided people who “distrust their leaders” in that speech. This was the second time he had attacked those dastardly extremists, he had made another speech two days earlier on the 16th.

Shortly thereafter, he made it clear at a news conference that he expected the IRS to be vigilant in policing the tax-exempt status of questionable organizations.

On November 29, 1961, in response to a question concerning reportedly “sizable financial contributions to the sort of right-wing extremists groups you criticized last week,” the President stated:

As long as they meet the requirements of the tax laws, I don’t think that the Federal Government can interfere with the right of any individual to take any position it wants. The only thing we should be concerned about is that it does not represent a diversion which might be taxable — for nontaxable purposes. But that is another question and I’m sure the Internal Revenue System examines that. [Emphasis added.]

William Loeb

William H Loeb

 

Dean J. Barron (1965)Dean_J._Barron_1965

The next day, the Assistant Commissioner (Compliance), William Loeb, sent a memorandum to Dean J. Barron, Director of the Audit Division, calling his attention to the President’s news conference and directing that the Audit Division secure from the Attorney Advisor to the Commissioner, Mitchell Rogovin, a list of organizations to be examined for possible tax liability by the IRS.

Reference – Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT – available at the internet archive.

 

Within a few days of Kennedy’s remarks on the 29th, the IRS launched the Ideological Organizations Audit Project.

It targeted right-leaning groups, including the Christian Anti-Communist Crusade, the American Enterprise Institute and the Foundation for Economic Education. Kennedy also used the IRS to strong-arm companies into complying with “voluntary” price controls. Steel executives who defied the administration were singled out for audits.

Wall Street Journal, James Bovard, May 14, 2013

 

A 1976 report by the Senate Select Committee on Government Intelligence noted re: The Kennedy Program:

By directing tax audits at individuals and groups solely because of their political beliefs, the Ideological Organizations Audit Project established a precedent for a far more elaborate program of targeting ‘dissidents.'”

– Final report of the Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities, United States Senate : together with additional, supplemental, and separate views; 1976; p. 54 – at the internet archive

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According to a 1973 report from the Joint Committee on Taxation

This program was stimulated by a public statement by President John F. Kennedy and also a suggestion by Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy,” the JCT concluded.

In his official oral history, former IRS Commissioner Mortimer Caplin confirmed the White House role:

I remember that the President made a speech and I got a call from the White House again. The President may have called on one of those occasions, but usually it would have been [Ted] Sorensen or Mike Feldman, who was the second in line in the Counsel’s office. The right-wing organizations were believed to be over-stepping their tax-exemption bounds.

a 1973 report from the Joint Committee on Taxation

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By the way – pay attention to when I talk about that guy Mr. Rogovin, he’s very key to what happens with scientology. A lot more key than Charlotte Murphy, that’s for damn sure.

In fact, let’s talk a little background on this guy right now.

President Kennedy made his brother Bobby (Robert) Kennedy the Attorney General – Justice Department.

Bobby Kennedy

Robert Bobby Kennedy attorney general

Bobby and John Kennedy (the president) then posted Mitchell Rogovin as Assistant Attorney General.

Mitchell Rogovin

Mitchell Rogovin

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After President Kennedy was assassinated November 22, 1963, Rogovin was posted as Chief Counsel to the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) – aka the Office of the Chief Counsel. This is where Charlotte Murphy worked.

Reference – – NY Times February 8, 1996

Rogovin also happened to be the attorney handling the FDA case against the Founding Church of Scientology, as this document shows.

Letter dated June 7, 1967; from Mitchell Rogovin Justice Department, Assistant Attorney General Tax Division, and Phillip Miller – Chief, Court of Claims Section to Commissioner of the FDA James L. Goddard

– found in the recently declassified FDA records  – in Cd #2, Vol 3 of 18 PDF, pp 40, 41

James L. Goddard – he began his tenure at FDA in January 1966. 

Dr. James L. Goddard at the F.D.A. laboratory in 1966. Credit George Tames The New York Times

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Mitchell Rogovin to FDA Commissioner June 7 1967 re scientology Mitchell Rogovin to FDA Commissioner June 7 1967 re scientology 2.

Look when Rogovin was looking into Hubbard’s background, and notice that he gets back one of the more complete versions of his war record. September 21, 1966 – that date’s gonna be key here as you’ll see a little later on.

sept 21 1966 Rogovin to Chf Naval Personnel re L Ron Hubbard

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sept 21 1966 Rogovin to Chf Naval Personnel re L Ron Hubbard 2

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I obtained the above courtesy of Margaret Lake’s research into Hubbard’s War History. Originally found here, but I have OCR’d the file and uploaded it to the blog as a better resource for researchers.

PDF – 05 Correspondence OCR

Margaret’s research reference notes lists the provenance of these documents as:

[7] “L. Ron Hubbard Navy service records”, National Personnel Records Center (NPRC), St. Louis, MO (copies provided in 2011), Correspondence section. The NPRC is part of the U. S. National Archives and Records Administration (aka NARA aka “National Archives”).  Hubbard’s service records from the NPRC can be found here. The documents are on NPRC “CD 1 of 1” titled “Lafayette R. Hubbard”. 

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It might also interest you to know that the first pages of this PDF show that also under Rogovin’s watch, as far back as 1963 there were plans to bring scientology into the limelight through attacking it. The first pages are a letter from the FDA (Van W. Smart, Deputy Director Division of Regulatory Management Bureau of Enforcement) dated January 1, 1963 also asking for Hubbard’s naval records, and the answer he got back is a bit different than the one given Rogovin 4 years later.

On p 7 of the PDF, as a contrast, you can also see the Bu Navy personnel refusing to give the same information out to a woman from Australia, letter answered by a different person than the one to the FDA.

BU Nav response by RJ Tiller on 20 October to Rogovin – click to enlarge the two smaller images.

20 Oct 1966 RJ Tiller response to Rogovin Full Ron Hubbard Record.

20 Oct 1966 RJ Tiller response to Rogovin Full Ron Hubbard Record 2  20 Oct 1966 RJ Tiller response to Rogovin Full Ron Hubbard Record 3

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Lauren Gene Allard was an undercover agent who joined scientology in March 1969. Immediately he was sent to California to join the Sea Organization where he hooked up with Jerry McDonald for “training” aboard Jerry’s boat the Blue Fin in San Diego. The Blue Fin itself having a rather checkered past.

Jerry, as we now know, engaged in gun-running, drug-smuggling and various other spurious activities for the CIA. Terry Milner was his scientologist handler and both were considered good friends by L. Ron Hubbard. Jerry’s half-life (a cover within the intelligence community) was that he was a Justice Department informant, which would put him in contact with Rogovin on occasion.

Allard quickly was then posted at the Church’s advanced organization in L.A., moving on to becoming Flag Banking Officer whereupon he promptly absconded with a large amount of cash (which he gave to the IRS theoretically) and some files.

The really amusing part of this segment of the story, is that a later IRS memo showed that a coded number informant (Allard) was reporting on McDonald to his handler at the IRS – David Forsythe. That had to have been humorously viewed as just about perfect by Jerry’s CIA connections – perfect cover, that is.

Caveat – while I understand Garrison’s book is somewhat of a propaganda piece, I am including the information because I think there is some truth in what was said, even if mistargeted continually as to the reason for the events.

From chapter 2 of Playing Dirty, by Omar Garrison

According to church executives, one day in early June, Allard allegedly opened the church safe and took from it a number of confidential documents, $23,000 in Swiss francs; $800 in American Express travelers checks; $2400 in Australian travelers checks; and $50 in cash. He then collected his personal belongings, both from his office and his residence, borrowed a friend’s car and drove to the Los Angeles International Airport. There he boarded a plane to Kansas City, where he was to meet his girl friend, Judy Koch.

Meanwhile, in Kansas City, the absconding staffer contacted the IRS district office. After he had identified himself by name, two IRS special agents were immediately dispatched to meet him in the Country Club Plaza, where he was interviewed in the agents’ car. There he turned over to them the documents he had stolen from the church safe.

Two days later, Allard left Kansas City and traveled to Florida.

A warrant for Allard’s arrest, based upon the church’s complaint, was issued in Los Angeles. He was, at the time, in hiding in Florida…

My husband Mike was working for the Guardian’s Office at this time, and Dick Weigand had sent him from California down to Florida to try and find Allard, interestingly enough. While there, Mike interviewed a bunch of people that Allard had been in contact with but none of them were able to tell him where he was.

Garrison tells us that Allard never had to stand trial and the case was dismissed on the recommendation of the Deputy District Attorney. He then turned around and sued the Church for malicious prosecution. The main argument presented was scientology’s policy of Fair Game – enemies “may be deprived of property or injured by any means by any Scientologist without any discipline of the Scientologists. May be tricked, sued, lied to or destroyed.”

He won, and despite several appeals (including one to the Supreme Court) scientology had to pay him $50,000 in compensatory damages and $50,000 of punitive damages.

Basically, it looks to me that one black intelligence bunch had to pay another.

Swoon - oh the irony

Some of the documents stolen by Allard from the church were “communications between persons using first names only, and appear to be the basis for an international arrangement to transmit orders to buy and sell European currencies.” Apparently, per IRS records, an IRS undercover agent known as QO-41, who had Mafia connections, proposed that he help the church establish a system of transporting money out of the country. The idea was to involve church officials in tax avoidance or currency law violations.

Note: In a strange coincidence (I’m joking) QO-41’s handler was David Forsythe, IRS Case Development Unit, whom earlier David Miscavige had a good time in his video making fun of him talking about McDonald and the Blue Fin involved in guerrilla warfare training as if it was all so fantastical and could never have been going on.

It wasn’t fantastical at all.

Jerry was doing those things.

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What’s fantastical is the lengths Miscavige was going to cover all this up!

Anyway’s agent QO-41’s offer was made through his “Mafia contact” who introduced him to scientology’s Attorney Thomas Cellin, who was representing the church in the Allard case. Cellin apparently had, in the past, represented the mafia contact as a legal client in his practice.

Note – I can find no record of a Thomas Cellin, so perhaps Omar Garrison’s book misspelled it? There is a Cellino family that is considered mafia.

This “mafia contact” could very likely have been Jerry McDonald, which could explain Garrison telling us that when it was learned of his  “involvement in drug trafficking”, the story goes, Cellin then severed all relations. More likely, if true, is that someone tipped someone else as to what was really going on there – especially if it was Jerry Mcdonald or one of his cronies.

I think that’s quite likely to have been Jerry or someone similar, because in a sense this person by being the “go-between” and appearing to help, they actually completely messed up David Forsythe and QO-41’s little planned operation – which could have gotten messy real fast from the CIA’s perspective.

The Guardian’s Office helpfully (whether they knew it or not) roped in some more rebellious types into their nationwide campaign against abuses in government, including an operation based on the theme, “Audit the IRS”. The scientology activists began publishing materials obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, which disclosed policies and practices in the IRS that were  very bad for their image. Image is everything to Slavemasters and their Igors.

Here is where Mitchell Rogovin enters the plot yet again. He was assigned by the Justice Department to help the IRS conduct illegal surveillance and intelligence gathering on scientology targets. Garrison writes that Rogovin apparently promptly gets the FBI (the clueless of the clueless back then) in on the action, and has Tax Division Michael Sanders ask them to infiltrate the church in order to, per Playing Dirty

 “to verify unsupported allegations that the cult is experimenting with harmful drugs, encouraging immoral sexual practices and using derived form subjects’ individual’s [sic] personnel files for blackmail and/or extortion purposes.”

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Considering the whole spy-versus-spy double agents etc. idea –

In 1968 David Forsythe’s “Case-Development Unit” was receiving sensitive data concerning the church from another undercover operative identified as IC-29 in the agency’s files. He was, in fact, a private investigator, who was acting as a kind of double agent. He hired himself out to the church to conduct confidential investigations aimed at protecting the security and sanctity of the sect. To enable him to carry out his assignments, the church entrusted him with information of a personal nature regarding parishioners, past and present. These data, together with copies of his reports, paid for by the church, were turned over to IRS Special Agent David Forsythe.

– From chapter 2 of Playing Dirty, by Omar Garrison

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It’s possible the above may have some connection to Terry Milner’s private detective agency that he had created in the late 1960’s  – licensed and everything.

Terry_Milner_private_detective_agency_as_DGI_.

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Before he left post….[Terry Milner] established a private detective agency which employed several of the [B1] US staff. The agency was hired by the C of S and this was not hidden, It provided a cut-out so that agents would be traced back to the agency if caught. This was not its original intent, but it was because people talked more easily to investigators and it provided a place that people could contact to check someone out if there was doubt about them.

Prior to November 1974 – When [Milner] left, the company was dissolved, as he owned it. Duke, the new DGI, put a B1 staff member [Greg, Willardson?] through his exams to obtain a license with a view to setting up a new agency along the same lines. Greg passed his exams in November ’74.”

Ref: Exhibit XII [12] – Clearwater Commission Hearings (main page here).

What’s really interesting about all this, is that Terry Milner is obviously working for a handler much higher than the IRS – most likely the CIA/NSA through L. Ron Hubbard’s connections.

After all the fun-and-games with the FDA case and spy-versus-spy, guess where Mitchell Rogovin shows up next?

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Defending the CIA in the MKULTRA hearings!

Rogovin – CIA days

CIA_lawyer_Mitchell_Rogovin_1976.

Well, there’s a shocker. And having those kinds of connections that he obviously does, it lends even more weight to the “attack scientology” thing being more about establishing an intelligence cover for L. Ron Hubbard and his “cult” of right-wing recruits, than anything else.

Mitchell Rogovin – Assistant Attorney General in Kennedy Administration Justice Department, then after his death was chief counsel to the Internal Revenue Service, then hired as special counsel to the Central Intelligence Agency in 1975 and 1976 in order to advise the Director of Central Intelligence, William E. Colby, while the intelligence agency was the subject of a Congressional inquiry in the 1970’s, (MKULTRA hearings) Mr. Rogovin reportedly suggested behind the scenes that the agency would get in less trouble if it stuck to the rules of the spy game and adopted stricter controls.

– NY Times February 8, 1996

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The rules?

thats not something you see every day - vincent.

What rules?

you will not tell anyone what you know - vincent.

How very droll of Rogovin.

Now that you know a bit about him, let’s do a bit more of an overview of this whole “enemies” list of Kennedy’s and then I’ll go into time-ordered events.

Although the IRS later tried to justify Kennedy’s project as an “effort to strengthen its exempt organization laws” – the fact is that the IRS perceived this need to initiate the tax enforcement methods only after, and in direct response to, statements of the President.

Reference – Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT; Section D. Analysis of Ideological Organizations Project – available at the internet archive.

 

The Kennedy Administration carefully screened all key IRS appointees for political loyalty – they had to be loyal to the administration. Within the very first week of JFK’s presidency, he appointed a new IRS commissioner to carry out this plan – Mortimer Caplin, who had been a professor at the University of Virginia and who taught JFK’s brothers Ted and Robert, the latter by then attorney general.

Reference — “Power to Destroy: The Political Uses of the IRS from Kennedy to Nixon,” author John A. Andrew III

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Mortimer Caplin and JFK

Mortimer Caplin and President John F. Kennedy

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Kennedy could hardly wait to put the IRS to work for him in a covert effort to discredit the right and most importantly – undercut its sources of support.

As in money.

This is what is known as a black intelligence operation – the exact same thing is seen throughout the history of the Church of Scientology, targeting the finance lines of a perceived enemy.

These kind of people – and they are all in the same group, don’t kid yourself – they really do plot and plan and scheme to do these very things. They are cowards, cheats, and sore losers. This is their only way of fighting, since they cannot take you on directly and win so they try and hit something (or someone) they think they can win against. The mark of a true bully.

Interesting, isn’t it?

Now we start into time ordered information.

 

1961

 

Robert Kennedy’s assistant John Seigenthaler called Mitchell Rogovin “to inquire about the tax-exempt status of four or five right-wing organizations.” [see May 1962]

– “Power to Destroy: The Political Uses of the IRS from Kennedy to Nixon,” author John A. Andrew III

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One of these was Hubbard and Scientology.

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Apparently Hubbard’s organization (Founding Church of Scientology D.C.) was classified as right-wing at first.

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Next entry:

People involved –

Rogovin and Barron

Mitchell Rogovin Dean_J._Barron_1965

On December 20, 1961, Rogovin forwarded to Barron a list of 18 organizations partially compiled from the December 4 and 8 issues of Newsweek and Time magazines, respectively, for the sample checks.

– Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT – available at the internet archive.

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Next entry:

People involved –

Joseph Rauh and the Reuther brothers

joseph-l.-rauh-jr. The Reuther brothers, from left, Roy, Walter and Victor

Likely at the administration’s request, liberal activist Joseph Rauh of Americans for Democratic Action and radical unionist brothers Victor and Walter Reuther wrote what became known as the “Reuther memorandum,” which was delivered to Robert Kennedy in December 1961.

A 24-page guide to “possible administration policies and programs to combat the radical right,” the memo said the administration shouldn’t hesitate to sic the IRS on tax-exempt, right-wing organizations.

Prompt revocation in a few cases might scare off a substantial part of the big money now flowing into these tax-exempt organizations.

– Power to Destroy: The Political Uses of the IRS from Kennedy to Nixon,” author John A. Andrew III

 

In total irony, later President Nixon siced the IRS against this same group – the Americans for Democratic Action.

The groups the IRS audited ranged from supposedly strongly anti-communist organizations such as the Church of Scientology and the John Birch Society, to traditional conservative organizations such as the National Education Program of Harding College. Coincidentally or not, the Reuther memorandum had singled out many of these groups.

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Next entry:

Phase I of the Kennedy Program

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In the fall of 1961 the Internal Revenue Service began an examination of extremist right-wing organizations. By spring 1962 the program included both left-wing and right-wing organizations: under this program. a total of 22 organizations were examined, 12 right-wing and 10 left-wing: This program apparently was stimulated by a public statement of President John F. Kennedy and also a suggestion by Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy.

– Investigation of the Special Services Staff, June 5, 1975, available at the Internet Archive p 14

 

Under the first-phase program, the National Office directed the field to audit the organizations in question, but there was little involvement of the National Office in the audit process itself.

– Investigation of the Special Services Staff, June 5, 1975, available at the Internet Archive p 14, Previous ”Ideological Organizations” Project

 

1962

 

January –

During the next month a single left-wing organization was added to the list, bringing the total of targeted groups to 19. Apparently, none of the organizations were chosen on the basis of any information that they were not in compliance with tax laws.

– Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT – available at the internet archive.

March 9 –

The Director of the Audit Division, in a March 9, 1962, memorandum to the Assistant Commissioner (Compliance), stated that the Audit Division had requested examinations of six large corporate taxpayers who were alleged to be financial backers of extremist groups in New York and San Francisco. It had also requested examinations of the activities of three large extremist groups in New York and San Francisco and was soon to send memoranda to the Assistant Regional Commissioners (Audit) supervising audit activities in regions which seven of the other 19 organizations were based.

While the Audit Division was looking at the activities of the organizations for possible tax consequences, it is apparent that its concentrated efforts were related to the criteria that initially caused the organizations to become IRS targets: their public political activities.

In the March 9, 1962, memo, the Audit Director stated:

We think it advisable to examine the organizations listed in the memorandum to the Assistant Regional Commissioner (Audit), San Francisco, since these organizations appear to be among the largest and most publicized groups.

Although the IRS was aware that the activities, and not possible tax liabilities, of the target organizations were the reasons they were selected, it attempted to place its actions within the proper scope of IRS enforcement activities, stating:

[W]e have used the term “political action organizations” rather than “right-wing organizations” throughout this discussion. This has been done to avoid giving the impression that the Service is giving special attention to returns filed by taxpayers or organizations with a particular political ideology.”

Reference – Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT; Section B. IRS Initial Investigative Action – available at the internet archive.

April 2 –

Indeed, on April 2, 1962, almost five months after the initial effort was begun, the Commissioner’s Office forwarded to the Audit Division a list of 19 organizations considered by the Assistant to the Commissioner to be “left of center.”

In an interview with committee staff, Mr. Rogovin could not recall [Note by Virginia – sure he didn’t] the sources he used to compile the list of left-wing organizations, but stated he may have gotten some of them from the FBI.

Rogovin’s memorandum adding the left-wing organizations, while attempting to make IRS activities balanced in that organizations on both sides of center were to be checked, did not in fact accomplish that purpose.

[Note by Virginia – that was a total PR maneuver purely for general IRS employees and anyone else not-in-the-know . Obviously they were trying to make it look like they weren’t just going after who they were – those classified as right-wing.]

In a memorandum from the Commissioner to the Under Secretary of the Treasury, the Commissioner acknowledged IRS’ primary interest in right-wing organizations, stating:

The activities of so-called extremist right-wing political action organizations have recently been given a great amount of publicity by magazines, newspapers and television programs. This publicity, however, has made little mention of the tax status of these organizations or their supporters. Nevertheless, the alleged activities of these groups are such that we plan to determine the extent of their compliance with Federal tax laws. In addition, we propose to ascertain whether contributors to these organizations are deducting their contributions from taxable income. [Emphasis added.]

The following is a list of the largest and most publicized extremist groups whose activities we have directed our field offices to examine:

. . . . . . .

Inasmuch as we are not certain any of these organizations or their benefactors are failing to comply with the tax laws, we believe it prudent to avoid any possible charges that the Service is giving special attention to a group with a particular ideology. In furtherance of this goal, we are planning to examine the returns of a representative group of alleged left-wing organizations.

Reference- Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT; Section B. IRS Initial Investigative Action – available at the internet archive.

April 3 –

On the next day, the Commissioner informed Attorney General Robert Kennedy of the new program, noting that previous interest had been expressed in the tax status of right-wing groups by John Seigenthaler, Special Assistant to the Attorney General.

– Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT; Section B. IRS Initial Investigative Action – available at the internet archive.

May – [see rogovin]

In May 1962, according to Andrew, “Caplin sent a list of organizations that the agency was auditing to Attorney General Robert Kennedy.”

– “Power to Destroy: The Political Uses of the IRS from Kennedy to Nixon,” author John A. Andrew III

Again, one of these was scientology, and they weren’t just using the IRS to cause public spectacles. The Kennedy Administration was utilizing other agencies, such as the FBI, the FDA, etc. etc.

 

1963

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On January 4, 1963, more than one hundred E-meters were seized by US marshals at the “Founding Church of Scientology” building, now known as the L. Ron Hubbard House, located in Washington, D.C. The church was accused of making false claims that the devices effectively treated some 70 percent of all physical and mental illness. The FDA also charged that the devices did not “bear adequate directions” for treating the conditions for which they were recommended.

FDA Raid

Thus literally propelling scientology into being a household word – major press coverage of this. This happened to also attract many new recruits/guinea pigs to the cult/mind control experiment and CIA cover organization. People who were correctly outraged by the government’s ham-fisted actions taken there against a church.

Scientology had been recognized as a tax-exempt religious organization in 1957, one year after the Alaska Bill fiasco.

Scientology’s tax-exempt status was not taken away until a 1967 IRS audit, which actually came out of this original Kennedy project, and was directed by Mitchell Rogovin.

The Church (L. Ron Hubbard specifically) used the FDA raid as a springboard to launch more anti-communist rhetoric and recruiting techniques, a trait that was continued by his Guardian’s Office organization who in 1968 were still using the FDA raid as evidence of the workability of scientology.

See their pamphlet here.

PDF – The Findings

 

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On February 8, 1963, the Assistant Commissioner (Compliance) provided the Commissioner of IRS with a status report of the “Test Audit Program of Political Action Organizations” in which he summed up IRS efforts directed at 12 allegedly right-wing organizations and 11 allegedly left-wing organizations. At that time –

… nine allegedly right-wing organizations have been audited, including four exempt organizations. Revocation of exempt status was recommended in two of these cases. … No changes in tax liabilities were recommended upon examination of the five taxable organizations. …Only four of the allegedly left-wing groups have -been examined, including two exempt organizations. No changes were recommended as a result of these examinations …

Additionally, the Assistant Commissioner stated that no evidence had been found that individual taxpayers were claiming deductions for contributions to non-exempt political action organizations. The memo also contained a summary of the results of IRS actions which had been undertaken at that point and noted that IRS would concentrate on exempt political action organizations in the future.

– Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT; Section B. IRS Initial Investigative Action – available at the internet archive.

 

The first-phase program was substantially completed by mid-1963.

– Investigation of the Special Services Staff, June 5, 1975, available at the Internet Archive p 14

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July –

Caplin sent a confidential progress report to White House aide Myer Feldman in July 1963 and also went to the White House to review the audit program later that month.

– “Power to Destroy: The Political Uses of the IRS from Kennedy to Nixon,” author John A. Andrew III

Feldman was not just some innocuous aide, by the way, he was a whole hell of a lot more than that. His obituary in the New York Times says that he remained virtually unknown to the public despite the fact that it was him that played an integral role in planning his presidential campaign, White House press conferences and governmental policies.

Feldman with Kennedy consulting with two other men –

Kennedy With Feldman and other advisers

There is a reason Caplin is sending his report to “just an aide” Feldman. It’s because he is one of the people basically controlling President Kennedy.

Myer Feldman

Myer Feldman.

Feldman already had a history of using dirty tricks, black propaganda, whatever-the-hell-worked.

..Mr. Feldman, a lawyer known as Mike, led a group assigned to find negative information about Kennedy’s Republican opponent in the 1960 presidential race, Richard M. Nixon.

They compiled a mountain of potential embarrassments nicknamed the Nixopedia, Theodore C. Sorensen, a Kennedy adviser, wrote in his book, “Kennedy,” in 1965. Mr. Sorensen was Mr. Feldman’s direct superior at the White House, where Mr. Feldman held the title deputy special counsel. …He was a behind-the-scenes liaison to Israel…Mr. Feldman stayed on in the White House after Kennedy’s death to serve President Lyndon B. Johnson. Johnson promoted him to special counsel.

In Johnson’s 1964 presidential race, Mr. Feldman reprised his dirty-tricks role by leading a secret campaign to demean Senator Barry M. Goldwater, Johnson’s opponent. Among other tactics, they fed hostile questions to reporters who were following Mr. Goldwater…

Ny Times – March 3, 2007

So, it’s not much of a surprise to see Feldman deeply involved in covertly using government agencies like the IRS to target dissenters to the SLAVEMASTERS plan.

Just as the Organized Crime Drive had brought about a reduction in the accounting training required of special agents, the Ideological Organization Project necessitated a similar change in the areas of concentration of audit personnel assigned these cases: the analyses of contents of literature and activities of the target organizations. The Commissioner stated:

The examination and administrative processing involved in revoking exempt status of ideological organizations is complex. An “educational” organization may advocate a particular point of view, but, under our regulations, the agent must analyze all publications, speeches, and seminars to determine that there has been a full and fair exposition of pertinent facts to allow formation of independent opinion by the public. The same detailed analyses is required on whether more than an insubstantial part of a charitable organization’s activities are the carrying on of propaganda to influence legislation.

– Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT; Section D. Analysis of Ideological Organizations Project – available at the internet archive.

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Next entry:

…The first-phase program was largely completed by July 1963, (In some cases, the examination of an organization was not complete and it was made part of the second-phase program.) By this time, it appears that the IRS had recommended revocation of the exempt status of two right wing organizations [one of which was the Church of Scientology] and had notified another right wing organization that its exempt status would be revoked. Also, there were adjustments on audit with respect to two non-exempt right wing organizations, and there had been a disallowance of deductions in one case for contributions to a non-exempt organization. The staff did not find any information that the IRS made any adjustments on audit, or revocation of exempt status, with respect to the left wing organizations in the first phase program.

– Investigation of the Special Services Staff, June 5, 1975, available at the Internet Archive p 14, Previous ”Ideological Organizations” Project

Also in July 1963, Caplin received a phone call from President Kennedy himself. A brief note scribbled on the report Caplin sent Feldman read: “President Kennedy called Commissioner re attached. Wants the IRS to go ahead with aggressive program – on both sides of center.”

Tax Analysts website

A status report from the IRS Commissioner to the Deputy Special Counsel to the President detailed IRS’ findings with respect to seven of the right-wing organizations, and stated that it had completed nine audits of left-wing organizations with one requiring further study. The report also announced IRS’ plans for “10,000 examinations of exempt organizations of all types including the extremist groups” in 1964. White House pressure intensified upon receipt of this report. On July 23, and in response to the report, President Kennedy called the Commissioner, urging IRS to proceed with an aggressive program on both sides of center and mentioning that Congressional hearings were scheduled for January 19, 1964. Within the next month, IRS officials met twice with White House representatives and once with the Attorney General.

The IRS response to the interest of the White House and Attorney General again intensified and plans to initiate the new surveys were drawn up. A list of right- and left-wing organizations was to be prepared with the survey to first concentrate on the examination of right wing groups exempt under the provisions of section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All cases which had been begun as a result of President’s initial remarks were to be absorbed into and completed during this second operational phase. Files of all target organizations were to be checked to see if prior allegations had been made against them and if they affected the exempt status of the organizations. A procedural outline for field action in examining the organizations was adopted.

– Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT; Section C. The Planned Expansion of Project to Audit of 10,000 Organizations – available at the internet archive.

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Second Phase – Kennedy Program

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A second phase of the IOP (Idealogical Organization Project) followed quick on the heels of the first. “The second program apparently was stimulated by White House communications to the Internal Revenue Service,” according to the JCT, “including a telephone call from President Kennedy to Commissioner Mortimer M. Caplin.” The second phase involved 24 organizations, later expanded to 25. The list was ideologically balanced, but ultimately, 19 groups were described by the IRS as right-leaning.

– a 1973 report from the Joint Committee on Taxation

 

On August 2, 1963, the task force responsible for conducting the examinations met again and decided to begin the survey of well-known organizations already identified and adopted procedures to ensure meeting the October 1, 1963, deadline which had been established at the last meeting.

– Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT; Section C. The Planned Expansion of Project to Audit of 10,000 Organizations – available at the internet archive.

 

August 20 –

Bobby Kennedy and Mitchell Rogovin

Robert Bobby Kennedy attorney general Mitchell Rogovin

A memorandum written by Mr. Rogovin states that on August 20, 1963, he met with Attorney General Kennedy, briefing him on the status of this project. The memorandum also states that Attorney General Kennedy indicated an interest in the status of the Service’s investigation of one right-wing organization, and suggested that the Service “move this particular case along in a rapid fashion.” (The “charitable” exempt status of this organization (under sec. 501(c) (3) ) was revoked by the IRS. Subsequently, the organization applied for, and received, a determination that it was an exempt “social welfare” organization (under sec. 501 (c) (4)).)

– Investigation of the Special Services Staff, June 5, 1975, available at the Internet Archive p. 108

 

Mitchell Rogovin, Attorney Assistant to the Commissioner, continued to act as IRS liaison with the White House and Justice Department during this period of intensive IRS activity. On August 20, 1963, at the Attorney General’s request, he briefed the Attorney General on the progress of the program.

– Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT; Section C. The Planned Expansion of Project to Audit of 10,000 Organizations – available at the internet archive.

 

August 21 –

Feldman and Rogovin

Myer Feldman Mitchell Rogovin

On August 21, Rogovin was requested to and met with Myer Feldman at the White House, where he briefed Feldman on the expanded audit program and went over the names of the 24 organizations then included in the program. Feldman expressed his desire that the program be completed by the October 1 deadline and suggested that two organizations on Rogovin’s list be deleted. Feldman also stated he would make available to Rogovin an “extensive confidential memorandum he had prepared for the President touching on both exempt and non-exempt organizations.”

– Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT; Section C. The Planned Expansion of Project to Audit of 10,000 Organizations – available at the internet archive.

By August 21, 1963, a list of 24 ideological organizations had been proposed for the second-phase project. Seven of these had also been part of the first phase program.

On August 29, 1963, Rogovin, in a letter to a member of the task force, suggested the deletion from the current list of the two organizations mentioned by Feldman, suggested the addition of two organizations which were associated with an organization already on the list, and recommended the addition of three other organizations.

– Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT; Section C. The Planned Expansion of Project to Audit of 10,000 Organizations – available at the internet archive.

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Summarizing Phase II –

Caplin and Kennedy

Mortimer Caplin and President John F. Kennedy

In the summer of 1963 the Service began another program of examining extremist organizations; in some respects, however, this was an outgrowth and a continuation of the first program. The second program apparently was stimulated by White House communications to the Internal Revenue Service, including a telephone call from President Kennedy to Commissioner Mortimer M. Caplin. This program involved 24 (later 25) organizations. While the program originally was to be balanced between both right- and left-wing organizations, in practice it appears that 19 of the 25 organizations examined were right wing.

(This characterization was made by the IRS.)

…In the second-phase program the field, at the direction of the National Office, collected information for the National Office. The National Office then analyzed these facts to determine if each organization in question should be treated as tax-exempt. This project included a study of organizations that might be engaged in activities that could raise questions about their exempt status (e.g. whether they properly could be treated as tax exempt “educational-organizations).

– Investigation of the Special Services Staff, June 5, 1975, available at the Internet Archive p 14, Previous ”Ideological Organizations” Project

 

As a group, all the organizations were targeted because they were thought to be, in the JCT’s words –

“engaged in activities that could raise questions about their exempt status (e.g. whether they properly could be treated as tax exempt ‘educational’ organizations).”

– a 1973 report from the Joint Committee on Taxation

 

The IRS plan to audit 10,000 exempt organizations never materialized. Pursuant to the plan devised at the meeting, IRS employees began to draw up a list of target organizations. A list of 24 organizations was eventually prepared, with 19 of them being categorized as “right-wing”. During this phase of the program, field personnel were responsible for compiling information in the field and transmitting it to the National Office, where the task force which had been handling the Ideological Organizations Project analyzed the information and informed the field as to what action should be taken. Procedures were later adopted which required review by the Chief Counsel of all revocation recommendations by the task force. Of the 15 cases in which the task force recommended revocation (14 right-wing), only 4 were approved (3 right- and one left-wing). The remaining recommendations were either rejected or sent back to the field for further Study.

– Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT; Section C. The Planned Expansion of Project to Audit of 10,000 Organizations – available at the internet archive.

 

Again, one of those 4 was the Founding Church of Scientology of D.C.

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Next Entry –

In late 1963, just before Kennedy was assassinated, the IRS was prepared to audit 10,000 organizations.

November 22 – Kennedy assassinated.

1964

 

March 23 –

Feldman and Rogovin

Myer Feldman Mitchell Rogovin

Reports to White House and to the Undersecretary of the Treasury.

—On March 23, 1964, Mr. Rogovin sent a status report on the second-phase project to Myer Feldman in the White House. Generally, this report summarized the activity undertaken to date in the course of the project, stating that there had been an analysis of each organization, that an overall profile of characteristics of the organizations had been developed, and that work had been done on legislation and regulations.

Also, the report described the technical approach developed to analyze the organization’s activity. The memorandum said the next
action was to be the preparation of technical advice memoranda to the field offices, setting out the basis for revocation of an exemption where that was warranted. Additionally, examples of the types of analyses prepared on each case were included with the memorandum.

Mr. Feldman said in his interview that he believes this was the last contact he had with respect to the Ideological Organization Project.

Mr. Feldman said that this memorandum was received after the death of President Kennedy, and that he believes the Johnson administration did not have any further interest in the project.

– Investigation of the Special Services Staff, June 5, 1975, available at the Internet Archive p. 108

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That, of course, was not entirely true, things continued on the ones already targeted.

December –

By December 1964, 13 cases had been referred to Chief Counsel [Mitchell Rogovin] for review. Additionally, a proposed revocation of exemption had been sent to two organizations.

By December 1964, the task force had recommended revocation of exempt status of 15 organizations (14 right-wing and one not right-wing) . No change was recommended in the case of nine organizations (five right-wing and four not right-wing) .

– Investigation of the Special Services Staff, June 5, 1975, available at the Internet Archive p. 110

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See that? Things were put on hold for scientology, temporarily, (and the CIA who was going through a similar mini-reorganization then) while everybody figured out how to play the next game, so to speak.

 

1965

January –

…Sheldon Cohen (Commissioner of Internal Revenue from January 25, 1965, to January 20, 1969) told the staff that after he became Commissioner there was decision to wind down the project and put these examinations back into the normal channels.

– Investigation of the Special Services Staff, June 5, 1975, available at the Internet Archive p. 110

 

1966

 

The second-phase program was largely underway by the end of 1963. For the most part, it was completed by 1966.

– Investigation of the Special Services Staff, June 5, 1975, available at the Internet Archive p 14, Previous ”Ideological Organizations” Project

Later status reports.—In April 1966, a report was given to Commissioner Sheldon Cohen on the status of the ideological organization cases. With respect to the 15 cases proposed for revocation and submitted to Chief Counsel for consideration, [December 1964] in 3 cases exemption was revoked or was in the process of being revoked; 5 cases had been closed or were in the process of being closed because revocation was not warranted; 3 cases had been referred to the field for further investigation; and 4 cases were then pending in the Chief Counsel’s office. The 3 cases in which exemption was revoked were all right-wing organizations.

– Investigation of the Special Services Staff, June 5, 1975, available at the Internet Archive p. 110

 

Scientology was one of the 4 pending cases – it was still “on hold”.

 

Later status reports to the Treasury Under Secretary indicate that in 1966 three organizations lost their exempt status and four exemptions were revoked in 1967 (of these seven, six were right-wing). The program was apparently completed and surveys of organizations labeled as ideological were integrated into normal IRS enforcement procedures after 1967.

– Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, – Section III. THE IDEOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROJECT; Section C. The Planned Expansion of Project to Audit of 10,000 Organizations – available at the internet archive.

The second phase of the IOP ended in 1966 and resulted in exempt status revocation for four groups, including three from the right and one from the left.

One of those 4? Was the Church of scientology, as you are about to see.

I guess the new CIA happy-slavemaster crowd all decided on “the new plan” – which so did L. Ron Hubbard exactly at this same time period. He created the Guardian’s Office, the Sea Organization, and all the new super-dooper “advanced” levels of mind control for his followers, between 1965 and 1968.

Sometime around September of 1966, when Mitchell Rogovin started pulling records on L. Ron Hubbard from the Navy (as I covered earlier), must have been when everybody figured out what the new plan was going to be.

And so it was –

 

1967

 

The revocation of the Church of Scientology’s tax exemption in July of 1967 was one of the final acts of a special commission that had actually begun under president John F. Kennedy. At the time of his assassination, this unit was poised to begin audits on thousands of organizations/individuals labelled right and left wing, and/or “militant”.

A final status report in November further confirms this.

November –

…A further status report was done in November 1967. At this time, a revocation letter had been mailed to 4 organizations (3 right-wing and 1 left-wing). [these are the pending ones from April 1966, from the original 15 from December 1964, and from the original 24 from 1962/63]

– Investigation of the Special Services Staff, June 5, 1975, available at the Internet Archive p. 110

And here –

By 1967, the exempt status of 4 organizations examined under the program had been revoked; of these organizations, 3 were right-wing and 1 was left-wing. (In the case of one of the right wing organizations [that would be scientology] revocation had been recommended in the first phase program.)

– Investigation of the Special Services Staff, June 5, 1975, available at the Internet Archive p 14, Previous ”Ideological Organizations” Project

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This Kennedy Program was promptly resurrected and expanded when President Nixon took office, which is why the Church of Scientology was on the list – they were already on their “lists”, you understand. See my Nixon IRS Lists post.

The use of the IRS as a political weapon continued all the way into the 1990’s – minimum.

 

For example –

In May, 1973, the IRS established the Information Gathering and Retrieval System. The IGRS was a new approach to intelligence gathering, and to the storage and retrieval of so-called “general” intelligence, as contrasted with intelligence developed in the course of an investigation of a specific tax case. Under the system, significant intelligence resources were to be diverted from investigation of specific tax cases and allocated to gathering general intelligence. The purpose of this allocation of manpower was to develop tax cases which the existing IRS procedures missed. A crucial element in the system was computerization of the storage and retrieval of general intelligence. The computer, it was thought, would make it possible to retrieve masses of data by category — e.g., by subject name, by illegal activity category — and would thus make gathering vast quantities of general intelligence fruitful.

Within a year of the formal establishment of IGRS, the system came under fire in the press as an alleged secret IRS “hit list” and an index of dossiers on the personal lives of Americans containing data unrelated to tax law enforcement. Allegations linked the system to the so-called Nixon Enemies List. It was alleged IGRS was part of a vast Federal data bank to which other agencies, such as the FBI, had unlimited access. The Committee has investigated these allegations in the course of studying the origins, purpose and operation of IGRS.

– Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, at the internet archive.

The committee then finds out –

Scientology code-509?

 

During July, 1975, the Committee staff searched the last IGRS print-out for Los Angeles and found many references to documents in the IGRS files relating to militants and activists. The “illegal activity” code for these groups was code 509, which has carried both the designation “subversives” and the designation “sabotage.” The Staff was able to learn very little about the contents of these files, however, as the Los Angeles Intelligence Division had destroyed them (not in keeping with any routine document destruction schedule) in approximately December 1974.

This National Office interest, which had its origin in criticism of IRS by congressional committees and ultimately led to the establishment of SSS [President Nixon’s version of the Kennedy Program], initially found expression in a request to all the districts on March 25, 1969 and again on July 18, 1969, for all existing file information on certain activist organizations.

… The Chief (Intelligence) has stated that the retrieval of the documents was pursuant to a short-lived directive from the Western Region to clean out intelligence files. However, the Chief also stated that no general review was made of intelligence files, and that the only specific action he can recall taking pursuant to the directive was to order the retrieval of the auditor’s file materials on militants and activists.

In St. Louis, the staff discovered a folder denominated “Militants” and a second folder denominated “Subversives” in the intelligence files. The “Militants” file had been checked out to the Chief (Intelligence) in January 22, 1975. The Chief stated that at some time during December or January he ordered the file destroyed because he believed it was inappropriate for it to be in the intelligence files as it had no bearing on tax matters. The “Subversives” file contained only material on the Church of Scientology. No employee of the Intelligence Division could recall that it had ever contained any other material.

– Churchill Report on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, Book II, Final Report, THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: AN INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE AND COLLECTOR, 1976, at the internet archive.

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So, even thoough these files (and this program) were supposed to be destroyed by the time of this Committee, there sat an active 509 – subversives files on the Church of Scientology, a holdover from the Kennedy Program of 1961 and the Nixon Program of the SSS (Special Service Staff) of 1969.

After Richard Nixon took office, his administration quickly created a Special Services Staff to mastermind what a memo called “all IRS activities involving ideological, militant, subversive, radical, and similar type organizations.”

You can see the obvious continuation of the Kennedy Program there. So, in a sense, so far this use of the American Government to stigmatize, attack, and otherwise marginalize, has only been directed basically at anyone that disagrees in some real world way, with the “world citizens” plan formed by the British and Catholic slavemasters back just after WWII.

And what do we actually now understand about the IRS tax law concerning exempt organizations?

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1976

 

..1976 – Present law—collection of political information by the IBS

Present law provides that tax-exempt charitable, educational, etc., organizations cannot participate or intervene in any political campaign for public office. Also, “no substantial part of the activities” of such organizations can be “carrying on propaganda, or otherwise attempting, to influence legislation.” (Sec. 501(c) (3) of the Code.)

The regulations under these provisions provide that a charitable, educational, etc., organization cannot be tax-exempt if it is an “action organization.” (Regs. § 1.501(c) (3)-l(c) (3).) An organization is an action organization if a substantial part of its activities is attempting to influence legislation by advocating the adoption or rejection of legislation, etc., or if its primary objectives can only be realized by legislation (or the defeat of proposed legislation) and if it advocates or campaigns for the attainment of these objectives. An action organization also is an organization that intervenes directly or indirectly in a political campaign for or against any candidate for public office.

..It appears that to properly administer present law the Service is required to examine the political activities of many tax-exempt organizations.

– Investigation of the Special Services Staff, June 5, 1975, available at the Internet Archive.

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What do you now know then?

woman question mark

That it has NEVER been the IRS who chooses when to remove or allow a group’s tax exemption.

 

When did Scientology gain back tax-exemption?

1993.

Under yet another administration that used the IRS like a club or manna from heaven on whomever the administration (as directed by the slavemasters) CHOSE to giveth or taketh away from…

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The Clinton Administration

– whom Scientology, at the helm of David Miscavige, was buddied up with.

Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton

This included utilizing a David Miscavige frontman –

Movie star and scientologist – John Travolta

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Clinton was awarded a Cecil Rhodes Oxford Scholarship in 1968, by the way, which meant he had been chosen by the very worst people to be one of the next generation of forwarding the “world citizens” program.

Bill clinton awarded Rhodes scholarship at oxford - 1968.

See my library articles –

1. The Round Table – What is it Really – added January 23rd, 2015
2. Cecil John Rhodes – ‘Confession of Faith’ 1877 – added January 13th, 2015

For much more about why that ain’t a good thing.

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Final entries –

The Clinton-era IRS, like several before it, audited a wide range of organizations viewed as hostile to the White House agenda. These included leading conservative publications, think tanks, and interest groups, among them –

  • The American Spectator,
  • the National Review,
  • the Heritage Foundation,
  • the National Rifle Association,
  • the National Center for Public Policy Research,
  • the American Policy Center,
  • American Cause,
  • Citizens for Honest Government,
  • Citizens Against Government Waste,
  • Progress and Freedom Foundation, and
  • Concerned Women for America.

The New American, Even Fewer IRS Audits This Year

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In 1995, the White House and the Democratic National Committee produced a 331-page report entitled “Communication Stream of Conspiracy Commerce” that attacked magazines, think tanks and other entities and individuals who had criticized President Clinton.

In the subsequent years, many organizations mentioned in the White House report were hit by IRS audits. More than 20 conservative organizations—including the Heritage Foundation and the American Spectator magazine—and almost a dozen individual high-profile Clinton accusers, such as Paula Jones and Gennifer Flowers, were audited.

Wall Street Journal, James Bovard, May 14, 2013

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And yet – the Church of Scientology regains its tax exemption.

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That can only have meant one thing. The new self-elected leaders of the Church of Scientology were viewed as being willing to “play ball”  with the slavemasters.

They are being of assistance to them in carrying out the World Citizens agenda, which is about as far from a “good thing” as you can get.

Meanwhile, David Miscavige is acting like a Catholic Pope in running Scientology – determining “scripture” completely arbitrarily, direction of “activities” (and who gets targeted by IRS audits) amongst other fabulous insanities things.

David_Miscavige_Popeshoop of David Miscavige found at forums Why We Protest

 

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With all this information I have researched and now provided, I hope it can help people to take a whole new look at just what the real deal is with Scientology.

In any form.

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By Virginia McClaughry

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