In my post Red Bible Take Two – Scientology and Political Movements: Citizens Commission on Human Rights about John Matonis, the Guardian’s Office, and the previously unknown back story of the formation of CCHR, there was a publication put out by the Guardian’s Office later on about the man they pivoted their song-and-dance routine about in the press – Victor Gyory. As per my post, this was actually part of a black operation run by the Guardian’s Office in the first place using planted agents to find a story they could use.
I have obtained a copy of this booklet and am posting it here for posterity and educational purposes.
A couple of quotes – try to keep a straight face in the part where the scientologists try to act like they hold God in some kind of esteem (rolls eyes) and observe that despite the use of several true points, in the end when all is said and done, rather than helping expose psychiatry? These people end up practically discrediting anti-psychiatry activities, in my opinion.
The idea of putting psychiatry above the law, in a position where only God belongs, has turned this experimental branch of medicine into a nightmare for thousands of nameless human beings.
As long as a psychiatrists judgement of “insane”, “paranoid”, “schizophrenic”, “depressive!! and the like, enough condemn and confine a citizen to a State mental hospital where he can be drugged, electric shocked, degraded and humiliated – can there be freedom – can there even be safety?
THIS REPORT IS PART OF A SERIES OF PUBLICATIONS BY THE CITIZENS COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND HAS AS ITS PURPOSE TO MAKE PUBLIC AND GENERALLY KNOWN THE TYPE OF TREATMENT AND CONDITIONS THAT EXIST IN HOSPITALS AND INSTITUTIONS WITH AN ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE IMPROVEMENT OF THOSE CONDITIONS AND OF THE RIGHTS OF PATIENTS TO THOSE GUARANTEES SET FORWARD BY THE U.S. CONSTITUTION AND THE UNIVERSAL
DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE UNITED NATIONS.
Note – You can read more about Matonis and CCHR’s antics and strange coincidings with intelligence targets in this post: The Strange Tale of Scientology, Otto Koehler Jr. and The Pearl Brewery Fortune – Seeing Is Believing which starts with a discussion of an awfully strange news article from 1973 with a headline of Attorney Tries to Free Millionaire From Hospital.