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Or just pretended to.

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What I’m about to blog about here came up as part of my timeline I have been working on regarding former scientologist Scott Mayer, now deceased. Scott was one of a number of people that I believe was designated as “CIA” by an internal 1974 Guardian’s Office document, one of many that had been seized in the July 1977 FBI raid on Scientology. Scott’s timeline is still under construction and is by no means in perfect order yet but even still you might want to take a look at it because there are things in there probably no one has either seen or put “together” before. Just search the page for the phrase “Jumping ahead a bit now” and you will be right at Scott Mayer. Please also see: December 30, 2016Correction and Update Re: Scott Mayer/Captain Spence

So –

On to the point here, in the recent book: Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood and the Prison of Belief by Lawrence Wright (January 17, 2013) it quotes the following CIA despatch –

The CIA at the time was taking note of Hubbard, mainly through newspaper clippings.

“There is no indication that HUBBARD or members of his organization have been engaged in intelligence or security matters,” an agency dispatch notes. “Rather, HUBBARD appears to be a shrewd businessman who has parlayed his Scientology ‘religion’ into a multimillion dollar business by taking advantage of that portion of society prone to fall for such gimmicks”

(“Scientology/L. Ron HUBBARD,” CIA dispatch, Mar. 18, 1971).

That document is NOT in the CIA files.

A recent FOIA request by Rebecca M. Seibert through the Muckrock website shows that what the CIA responded with was indeed “newspaper clippings” but that’s it. See “Documents responsive to Request” February 4, 2015.

No March 18, 1971 dispatch.

So, where did Lawrence Wright get it from and why was it given to him but not to Rebecca as part of a standard FOIA request?

This clearly implies selectiveness on the part of the intelligence agencies.

This wasn’t the first time. Another example is contained in chapter 19 of British shill Russell Miller’s book: Bare-faced Messiah originally published in 1987.

He too has a CIA dispatch that he quotes from – a different one that Mr. Wright. This one is from 4 years later, sourced as “Outgoing signal from CIA headquarters, Langley, Virginia”, dated October 16, 1975.

‘REVIEW OF AVAILABLE INFO REGARDING OVERSEAS ACTIVITIES CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY REVEALS ONLY THAT ITS FOUNDER L. RON HUBBARD IS ECCENTRIC MILLIONAIRE WHO HAS BEEN EXPELLED FROM RESIDENCE IN SEVERAL COUNTRIES BECAUSE OF HIS ODD ACTIVITIES AND BEHAVIOUR. HE IS OWNER OF SEVERAL SHIPS WHOSE APPEARANCE IN PORTS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF WORLD HAVE STIMULATED QUERIES . . . FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS ASKING INFO RE VESSELS MISSION AND CREW. RESPONSES INDICATE WE KNOW VERY LITTLE . . .’

Notice the similarity between the two characterizations of L. Ron Hubbard here.

  1. shrewd businessman who has parlayed his Scientology ‘religion’ into a multimillion dollar business
  2. ITS FOUNDER L. RON HUBBARD IS ECCENTRIC MILLIONAIRE

Notice anything about these two characterizations? They are both CIA shore stories covering for Hubbard’s activities. They were specifically chosen and crafted, and both MI6 and the CIA promoted the same “story”.

This is perfectly consistent with standard “cover” support practices for NOC agents, be they British or American.

What is a NOC agent? In espionage, agents under non-official cover (NOC), are operatives who assume covert roles in organizations without ties to the government for which they work. Such agents or operatives are typically abbreviated in espionage lingo as a NOC (pronounced “knock”). These agents are also known as “illegals”. Non-official cover is contrasted with official cover, where an agent assumes a position at a seemingly benign department of their government, such as the diplomatic service.

The CIA protects the anonymity of NOC agents as carefully as possible. To maintain the credibility of NOC agents, the CIA falsifies business papers, salary checks, tax records, personnel files and phone lines. Often NOC agents do not reveal their real jobs, even to close relatives.

NOC operatives can also be “handlers” – meaning they recruit others under them, such as the relationship between CIA NOC agent Miles Copeland and L. Ron Hubbard. Miles worked with the OSS, like Hubbard, during WWII, and he initially had an official CIA job under Kermit Roosevelt and Frank Wisener. Miles went back and forth between official and unofficial CIA work, like for example when he helped control the Egyptian election he was “on leave” working for a U.S. firm to “make some money”.

When Miles came back to the U.S. after completing his actual mission, this is when Miles first connected with Hubbard, who was already working unofficially for the CIA himself. When Miles went “NOC” again later (when he began his Mediteranean/Middle East operations in the late 1960’s) Hubbard also shifted. Leaving the Saint Hill palatial estate he had been presiding over in rural England, Hubbard formed the Sea Organization and a secret Panamanian Company that he began moving strangely large sums of money through. Immediately upon its formation (the Sea Org), Hubbard began sailing his ships conveniently to ports (such as Greece and Morocco) where Miles and other intelligence agencies were conducting operations to prevent Communism and uphold democracy.

Their usual bullshit “cover” and shore story.

With all that in mind, look at these points from the two CIA reports we just examined. Notice the distancing that is trying to be conveyed to steer the reader away from the truth about Hubbard (and what he was actually doing in these ports):

  1. There is no indication…have been engaged in intelligence or security matters
  2. WHOSE APPEARANCE IN PORTS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF WORLD HAVE STIMULATED QUERIES

The thing is, that happened to be one hundred percent true.

Hubbard was engaging in “intelligence matters”.

He was working with NOC agent and handler Miles Copeland of the CIA, and Miles’ counterparts in MI6. In fact, he had been working with Miles Copeland as far back as the founding of the “Founding Church of Scientology” in Washington D.C.

So, what are we to make of this strange selectiveness by the CIA as to who gets what “freedom of information” – is there any earlier precedent for this kind of behavior?

Yes, there is.

In June of 1975 during Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) proceedings against the Department of State and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), The Founding Church of Scientology (FCDC) learned that the NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY (NSA) has at least sixteen documents concerning Scientology, FCDC and related organizations.

Refs:

1 – The FOUNDING CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF WASHINGTON, D. C., INC., Appellant, v. NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY et al. No. 77-1975. United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit.

2 – Government records of Church of Scientology of California vs Stansfield Turner and the CIA.

A couple excerpts:

in Founding Church of Scientology v. National Security Agency, 610 F.2d 824 (D.C.Cir.1979), this court held that an affidavit stating that disclosure would “jeopardize (the agency’s) national security functions

In this case, the CIA has, in obvious response to the earlier teachings of this court, been at some pains to provide two lengthy affidavits which, while not disclosing the contents of the withheld documents, provide a reviewing judge with a wealth of information. The affidavits include a lengthy general discussion of the adverse consequences that could flow from releasing the information withheld. The release of any particular document, the CIA warned, could lead to one or more of the following harmful results: breaching agreements with foreign intelligence services, refusal of intelligence sources to share information in the future, revelation of intelligence-gathering methods, and disclosure of the identity of foreign or CIA intelligence operatives either directly or by inference from the content of the information.

Now.

Does that sound like “newspaper clippings” to you?

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What this appears to have all been about (allegedly anyway) is that the CIA passed off or “filed” some documents over at the NSA, yet when the NSA was caught as actually having them and were pressed to produce the documents? The NSA then took legal action to prevent their release on grounds of National Security.

The 1971 CIA dispatch that Lawrence Wright quoted from would presumably have been part of these. As we know from Rebecca Seibert’s FOIA request of 2015, it was part of documents that were still being withheld on grounds of “National Security”!

But yet that was NOT the case for Lawrence Wright just two years earlier.

I’ll ask the question again – what are we to make of this strange selectiveness? Do we jump to the conclusion that scientologists and Guardian’s Office staff members made when they assumed that this meant that the CIA was running ops against Scientology?

No.

no shaking head

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It makes far more sense, especially based on the evidence to hand that I have gathered (bits and pieces put back together as some may be) that what actually was being protected was the fact that Scientology, like Synanon and the Unification Church, was actually a FRONT GROUP. Their heads (or leaders) often worked in tandem with intelligence agencies in their operations around the world – particularly MI6 and the CIA.

THAT is what is being protected.

THAT is what they still don’t want known.

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Coordinated PR Positioning between MI6 and the CIA

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If you look more closely at the 1971 dispatch that Lawrence Wright is quoting, you can see that far from “exposing” L. Ron Hubbard, what this dispatch actually does is cement his intelligence cover of wacky Cult Leader/Con Artist.

This is literally exactly on par with one of his predecessors, Aleister Crowley, who was himself a deep cover MI6 agent.

The same thing holds true with the other one, the 1975 CIA “outgoing signal” that Russell Miller was allowed to present in his book.

BOTH of these also do not really “attack” Hubbard in any real, meaningful way. They just portray him in a certain way that is supposed to distance (read deny) bringing any attention to his very real connection to British and CIA intelligence operations that he was part of running.

They are also both consistent in this portrayal, even though five years apart.

In the 1971 CIA dispatch, notice this phraseology –

that portion of society prone to fall for such gimmicks

That, right there, points right at another key point about what was really going on with all this selectiveness regarding CIA documents and Hubbard. The CIA is following MI6’s orders as far as “what to say about Hubbard”.

You see, back in On August 6, 2009, The Telegraph published an article called: Britain’s secret mission to expose Scientology leader as ‘fraud’ .  The article was written by Dominic Kennedy, Investigations Editor. You can read the whole plain text of it here and here’s the Daily Mail’s online version of the article.

Britain’s Department of Health files on Hubbard were supposed to stay sealed until the year 2019 but yet here we go again.

We have conveniently damaging information selectively being “released” to a journalist. In this case, documents concerning Hubbard and Sequoia University.

While Dominic Kennedy attempts to throw this all back to 1968, what is actually being documented are responses much later to Guardian’s Office actions in the 1970’s, where some of their investigations actually were getting a little too close for British intell’s comfort.

For example – this.

PDF – guardians-office-ken-whitman-press-statement-response-to-fbi-raids-1977

This document starts off with a Press Statement by Reverend Kenneth J. Whitman, billed as: “President of the Church of Scientology California, and National Spokesman”. Admittedly he’s a scientology shill, but that doesn’t mean he’s necessarily wrong about everything and it should also be remembered that the Guardian’s Office (which was where he actually worked) had 4 bureaus that all functioned together. Ken was “PR” or public relations. He was fed information by the Information Bureau (aka the intelligence bureau).

It wouldn’t have been him doing any investigations or intelligence work to uncover what is being discussed in this document.

Ken Whitman circa 1970’s

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Ken wrote –

In 1973 we discovered, by accident in Germany, evidence of the international circulation of false reports and immediately began utilization of the Freedom of Information Act. By 1978 more than 200,000 documents had been collected, cross indexed, filed and analyzed.

[…]The government has spent more than 100 million dollars of taxpayers money trying to eliminate us while billions of dollars worth of heroin was being successfully shipped into the United States from France, over a twenty year period, by an allied intelligence organization. We broke a story on this just prior to the July 1977 FBI raid. Just why IS this country infested with drugs?

I’ll be covering that more in a separate post, but at least it gives you an idea of what they were getting a little too close to even if they were wrong about a number of things. It was the couple that they were right about, documentation of which was buried among the documents seized during the FBI raid of the Church in July of 1977, that literally set the slavemaster intel world on fire.

Now let’s take a look at a couple of the timetrack portions of the press release document, starting with this:

February 1969 Embassy London to Secretary of State Washington DC.

That the British, New Zealand and Australian Consular also now shared the belief that the mentally disturbed were being exploited by L. Ron Hubbard. 1

Shared the belief? Or the propaganda line…

Look at the line again from the 1971 CIA dispatch –

that portion of society prone to fall for such gimmicks

Same PR positioning.

Ok. Now the Telegraph article presents it that in 1977 – the same year that the Guardian’s Office was starting to crawl around close to the slavemaster drug smuggling network and then the FBI Raid happened – it presents that L. Ron Hubbard was “exposed as a fraud” by British diplomats (meaning MI6) who were investigating his qualifications.

Considering the British involvement in the very same aforementioned international drug profiteering, methinks this is just more posturing about that “bad” Hubbard. He may have been but that’s not why these guys were choosing 1977 to “expose” him as a fraud.

That was to STOP possible exposure of them, and of him as being a British/American intelligence asset. Better a fraud than exposed as complicit in their black operations, right?

Right.

Whitehall officials, keen to learn if Hubbard was truly a man of letters, asked the British Consulate in Los Angeles to investigate him. 3

What was their big “investigation” about? Hubbard’s degrees from Sequoia University.

I wrote an in-depth article about that, so no need to go into that here, but this was just an obvious attempt by “Whitehall” to find something they could tabloid-write about Hubbard. Although true, again, it was purely meant to misdirect attention off what the Guardian’s Office had started stepping on, however ineptly, and onto Hubbard’s colorful intelligence covers and shenanigans from twenty years earlier.

Which, of course, certain people in MI6 already knew about that through their contacts with the CIA, but not the rank-and-file British intelligence people at the Consul.

Sort of like what happened with the British Consul in Greece who was completely in the dark about what Hubbard was really doing there (working with Miles and the CIA) and who acted like an idiot on back-channels to the British home office and caused so much trouble for everyone trying to run ops there that he got himself quietly fired after that. There was just a tiny note about him in an obscure British periodical that I found.

One of the problems that this man caused was that he drew attention to the fact that there were intelligence operations going on there in Greece. A big no-no. Other countries then begin picking up on this and started noticing that Hubbard and the Apollo ship kept showing up in places where there was political turmoil being deliberately caused by the CIA/Mi6 elements in order to control the governments of those countries – usually the root of which actually had to do with keeping control of their drug smuggling routes or oil, not that they gave a shit about “democracy” or “stopping communism”.

The double-agents and dupes at the Guardian’s Office spun this resulting gathering awareness as “false reports” about Hubbard, but in the Portugal timetrack part of Whitman’s press release we see they had access to a series of confidential telexes from August 1974 concerning the Apollo. Note this line from the fourth in series:

“It is also said that behind this monumental ship, at its very heart, is the powerful CIA.”2

See what I mean? They were picking up on the truth but not all of the truth because behind the CIA? Were the usual suspects. The British nobility and the Vatican. Engaged as usual on their never-quite-achievable quest to dominate the world with their “light” (as they call it).

Of course, the Telegraph article skips right over any real intelligence connections related to Sequoia University and Hubbard. For example, Richard DeMille.

Richard, the son of famous producer Cecil B. Demille, was Hubbard’s ‘aide’ starting back in 1950 with the first Dianetics Research Foundation, which puts him in the time period where OSS man Charles Parker Morgan is on it’s board (as well as two FBI agents, if I recall correctly). It’s also when John Starr Cooke, a CIA asset who helped usher in the 60’s drug culture, was helping funnel money in from one of the Rockefeller family.

A young Richard DeMile with his father Cecil B. DeMille

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JOS 24-G January 31 1954 Richard Demille re real reason for Sequoia PHdsIn the Journal of Scientology Issue 24-G issued January 31, 1954, Richard tries to explain why they were using Sequoia University PH.D.’s.

Mention of Sequoia, Universities, “developers,” etc, is intended to impress bureaucrats and other authoritarians.

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In other words, it was for intelligence cover purposes.

Because, you see, it was DeMille that arranged for the diploma mill Ph.D. for Hubbard in the first place through Hollywood agent Maurine Oliver (who specialized in “representing beginning Englishmen”) and and the ever-changing identity scientologists – Joanna and Hardin Walsh.5

After helping Hubbard get scientology going, Richard DeMille went on to a parallel project very similar to it. He got his very own secret DARPA project4 on the topic of psychological manipulation of the “ideology of groups”.

DeMille had gotten his feet wet on the subject already with Hubbard and the two CIA men that Hubbard was working directly with in 1954 – NOC agent Miles Copeland and Bob Mandelstam. This was the beginning of a WHOLE LOT of psychological manipulation of the “ideology of groups” in Scientology.    (see my article of August 8, 2015 titled: Scientology – A CIA Tailored Religious Front Group for “Political Action” – Why It Became A Religion )

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After all this about Hubbard and his degrees, the Telegraph article then takes a weird twist making it quite obvious (at least to me) that much of this information being “revealed” had been fed to the author purely to help create the image of “scary cult”.

To get attention off Hubbard’s real background, and especially off of and to hopefully lower any credibility of the 1977 investigatory articles revealing classified documents about slavemaster involvement in the illegal drug trade.

Scary Cult positioning #1 –

On May 18, 1977, Louis Sherbourne, of the British Consulate-General in Los Angeles, wrote a confidential message showing how nervous US officials had become of Scientology. “We have now come up against the usual brick wall of missing files and silence, each and every person and organisation treading very warily for fear of a libel or slander action.”

Scary Cult positioning #2 –

“United States Internal Revenue Services tried hard to obtain firmer evidence but appear to have failed. A recent attempt to resurrect the enquiry resulted in all the papers from 1939 to 1963 being sent to Sacramento to the office of the State Attorney General.

“By ‘an amazing coincidence’ the Deputy Attorney General dealing with them was taken ill and after seeing some ‘doctors’ was retired ‘due to his mental health’. My very incensed informant in the California Department of Education is convinced that the ‘doctors’ were scientologists who hypnotised him into mental ill-health and he feels very bitter but can do nothing about it.”

A little over-the-top, wouldn’t you say?

You can see the continuity though here, on a particular kind of portrayal of scientologists.

Our regular readers here would probably not be surprised to learn that this continuity was actually a product of the British (as usual) and not “the Nazis” – as the hamstrung and misdirected Guardian’s Office researchers were bound to abide by as gospel by Hubbard.

It was an arm of British intelligence, The Met (Metropolitan Police), that started this particular angle or PR positioning we are examining. It was also the British (and the Vatican, a little known fact) that were behind the creation of the International Police Organization (INTERPOL). 6

It was the Met that made the report on scientology in 1969. It was the Met who then gave it to Interpol. NOT the other way around as Guardian’s Office spokesmen presented it in 1977.

The Met, using their own surveillance records as well as reports collected by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), finished this profile on Scientology in 1969, after which it was circulated to Interpol member nations.

The Met’s profile portrayed the Church as an organization that used the trappings of religion to avoid taxation on what was essentially a massive confidence scam.

The report described the Church’s auditing process as essentially a brain-washing technique that primed the potential member for financial exploitation.

As the report details, “the organization caters to the inadequate. The promise of enhanced mental awareness appears to appeal to those already affected by mental instability, unhappiness and uncertainty.”

So, ok, does this particular attitude have a source any earlier than 1969?

It does.

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“With the other human sciences psychiatry must now decide what is to be the immediate future of the human race. No one else can.” 7

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That was said by British-Canadian psychiatrist George Brock Chisholm in 1946.

There’s a lot to be said about who he was, not the least of which was that he was instrumental in forming the WFMH (World Federation of Mental Health) in order to steer humanity to agree with the slavemasters world loyalty (one world government) program. The same one first heavily promoted by British shill Cecil Rhodes in the Round Table group back in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.

You can read all about the details of Chisholm and what he was involved with in Scientology Roots: Chapter 36 but take a look at the fact that he specifically defined what this “future” of man must encapsulate mentally. He promoted that concepts of Good and Evil, Right and Wrong, need to be eradicated from society because these burden Man with guilt and anxiety.

Chisholm wanted the solution to be:

“…the eradication of the concept of right and wrong…” 7

Because….

He and the slavemasters wanted it to be believed that the “inevitable results” of knowing right from wrong, good from evil are:

“…frustration, inferiority, neurosis and inability to enjoy living, to reason clearly or to make a world fit to live in.7

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Ergo Unhappiness.

See how the British Met/Interpol report on Scientology follows right in lock-step with that? You could theoretically also glean that’s what Scientology was a front group for. To attract those “bad” people who are so unenlightened as to have the gall to think there is such a thing as right and wrong.

Whom does this serve?

Most especially those who have terrible, terrible things that they have done on their conscience, who yet still need (and feel they deserve) the friendship, love, support and loyalty from those that they are so quick to spurn and insult.

It’s very childish, and it’s not a solution.

I doubt that most of you know this, but Dr. Ewen Cameron wrote an article for Canadian Nurse magazine in 1947 pushing the very same ideas as Brock Chisholm.

On October 17, 1951, Cameron presented his ideas in a lecture entitled Dangerous Men and Women. It describes various personalities that he believed were of marked danger to all members of society.

Cameron stated in his lecture:

Get it understood how dangerous these damaged, sick personalities are to ourselves – and above all, to our children, whose traits are taking form and we shall find ways to put an end to them.

For Cameron, the traits were contagious and anyone affected by the societal, cultural or personality forms would themselves be infected. Cameron used his ideas to implement policies on who should govern and/or parent in society.

Take a look at L. Ron Hubbard just a year earlier (1950) –

Aberrations are contagious. Like germs they respect none and carry forward from individual to individual, from parents to child, respecting none until they are stopped by dianetics.

[…] Aberrated parents are certain to infect their children with engrams.

– Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health; CHAPTER VIII Contagion of Aberration

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Dr. Cameron also said that the described types would have to be eliminated from society if there was to be peace and progress.

Here’s L. Ron Hubbard, the same year as Cameron’s “dangerous” people lecture (1951).

There are only two answers for the handling of people from 2.0 down on the tone scale, neither one of which has anything to do with reasoning with them or listening to their justification of their acts.

[…] The other is to dispose of them quietly and without sorrow.

[…] The sudden and abrupt deletion of all individuals occupying the lower bands of the tone scale from the social order would result in an almost instant rise in the cultural tone and would interrupt the dwindling spiral into which any society may have entered.

It is not necessary to produce a world of clears in order to have a reasonable and worthwhile social order; it is only necessary to delete those individuals who range from 2.0 down, either by processing them enough to get their tone level above the 2.0 line — a task which, indeed, is not very great, since the amount of processing in many cases might be under fifty hours, although it might also in others be in excess of two hundred — or simply quarantining them from the society.

– L. Ron Hubbard, from “The Science of Survival”, CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN; COLUMN Y Method Used By Subject To Handle Others

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One way of “eliminating” such people

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would be to take them out of circulation by luring them into a closed and segregated group where they think they are “doing something” about the bad guys and the world situation. When, in fact? They are on a slavemaster hamster wheel that never lets them achieve what they joined to do in the first place.

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The Met report on Scientology ended with a note of warning:

the authorities in this country are extremely concerned about the organization…scientology is socially harmful; it alienates members of families from each other and attributes squalid and disgraceful motives to all who oppose it. Its authoritarian principles and practices are a potential menace to the personality and well-being of those so deluded as to become its followers.6

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From that (especially the bolded part) you can tell that Scientology also serves another function as a front group. That of a strawman.

Strawman argument - meaning.

Since scientologists are led to target (at least somewhat in the vicinity of) the real problem-children around here, and since they are led to do it wrong, you can see that they are being used to discredit targeting of a conspiracy such as the very real one that does exist and has existed here on earth for at least the last 500 years.

Let’s look at the 1969 Met/Interpol report again –

The organization caters to the inadequate. The promise of enhanced mental awareness appears to appeal to those already affected by mental instability, unhappiness and uncertainty.

See what this is actually talking about now?

Ok.

Notice that word certainty thrown in there. Why is that in there?

There are two reasons for the choice of this word by British intelligence.

1. Resolving the ‘uncertainty’ into a ‘certainty’ – to them would mean the person isn’t questioning the Slavemaster plan, or those nagging little things called right and wrong.

2. It’s what the person is uncertain about. The Slavemasters want the person’s certainty to be on what they want it to be on. They want them uncertain about what is true and what is not, especially when it comes to the no-no subjects (from a slavemaster perspective). They even invented a term to encourage this state of uncertainty as being a good thing – called “critical thinking”.

When “certainty” is used as a derogatory, it’s meaning people who are correctly certain that all this horseshit they put out is not the truth. You can see why they wouldn’t like that quality in someone.

Doubt, uncertainty. Again, it’s about what that matters. You’re not supposed to doubt them, you understand. Them and their little authoritarian bubble world of “degrees” and “science” etc. etc.

Of course, it’s completely hypocritical on their part to say things like this:

The organization caters to the inadequate. The promise of enhanced mental awareness appears to appeal to those already affected by mental instability, unhappiness and uncertainty.

Because they spend so much time trying to bring about uncertainty in people. You see it all over the place. Question everything, never be certain about anything, be open, etc. etc. and be in doubt about right and wrong.

It’s quite tricky because there is some truth to that, but nowhere near the degree that they are putting on it. If you looked at these people like spoiled little brats who are forever trying to imitate someone much stronger, wiser, and just more than they are? You can make a lot of sense out of why they say things that look like they make sense but don’t work out at all if you mistakenly get on board their “train” on it.

That pretty much never ends well for you but it’s just great for them. I don’t think it should be.

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In Summary

The Continuity of “messages” by British and American intelligence.

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We have the general chosen attitude towards those who won’t go into lockstep with the Slavemasters plan:

G. Brock Chisholm in 1946 –

the “inevitable results” of knowing right from wrong, good from evil are:

frustration, inferiority, neurosis and inability to enjoy living, to reason clearly or to make a world fit to live in. 7

We have:

The Met/Interpol re: Scientology in 1969 –

The organization caters to the inadequate. The promise of enhanced mental awareness appears to appeal to those already affected by mental instability, unhappiness and uncertainty. […] those so deluded as to become its followers.6

At the same time as –

February 1969 Embassy London to Secretary of State Washington DC.

That the British, New Zealand and Australian Consular also now shared the belief that the mentally disturbed were being exploited by L. Ron Hubbard. 1

Two years later, the CIA in 1971 –

that portion of society prone to fall for such gimmicks

Continuing on up to 2009 –

When the Telegraph published an article called: Britain’s secret mission to expose Scientology leader as ‘fraud’.

If you just changed the word expose to portray

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Britain’s secret mission to portray Scientology leader as ‘fraud’.

(to provide deniability and intelligence ‘cover’)

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You’d have the truth of the matter.

That’s some pretty good continuity of “message” by the major intelligence agencies, clearly it was specifically chosen and agreed upon.

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Then we have what the “other” intelligence agencies were noticing about Hubbard and his scientology ships despite the pushed PR line:

Telexes about the scientology Sea Organization ship Apollo in the early 1970’s from other intelligence agencies –

“It is also said that behind this monumental ship, at its very heart, is the powerful CIA.”2

Which is WHY all the efforts to portray Hubbard, scientology and scientologists in that continuity kind of way.

It’s also part of a desire to DENY the truth that he was involved in intelligence matters.

Like this –

“There is no indication that HUBBARD or members of his organization have been engaged in intelligence or security matters,” an agency dispatch notes. “Rather, HUBBARD appears to be a shrewd businessman who has parlayed his Scientology ‘religion’ into a multimillion dollar business by taking advantage of that portion of society prone to fall for such gimmicks”

(“Scientology/L. Ron HUBBARD,” CIA dispatch, Mar. 18, 1971 as quoted by Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood and the Prison of Belief by Lawrence Wright, January 17, 2013).

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And this –

‘REVIEW OF AVAILABLE INFO REGARDING OVERSEAS ACTIVITIES CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY REVEALS ONLY THAT ITS FOUNDER L. RON HUBBARD IS ECCENTRIC MILLIONAIRE WHO HAS BEEN EXPELLED FROM RESIDENCE IN SEVERAL COUNTRIES BECAUSE OF HIS ODD ACTIVITIES AND BEHAVIOUR. HE IS OWNER OF SEVERAL SHIPS WHOSE APPEARANCE IN PORTS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF WORLD HAVE STIMULATED QUERIES . . . FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS ASKING INFO RE VESSELS MISSION AND CREW. RESPONSES INDICATE WE KNOW VERY LITTLE …’

[Chapter 19 of British shill Russell Miller’s book: Bare-faced Messiah originally published in 1987, quoting CIA dispatch “Outgoing signal from CIA headquarters, Langley, Virginia”, dated October 16, 1975.]

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Available info being a rather key wording. Per Lawrence Wright that’s supposedly just some “newspaper clippings” in the CIA scientology files.

Lawrence Wright: The CIA at the time was taking note of Hubbard, mainly through newspaper clippings.

That comes under –

cia-nsa-what-files

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A while back I posted about the completely out-of-character behavior of the U.S. government in giving 3 men 690 pages of L. Ron Hubbard’s war records, when they had been denying giving out even the smallest details for years.

One of which was Russell Miller, who apparently wasn’t just given Hubbard’s Navy Records, he was also given CIA and British intelligence records. My bet is that he was hired/shilled out to reprise: Britain’s secret mission to expose portray Scientology leader as ‘fraud’ just like the Telegraph in 2009, Lawrence Wright in 2013, and Tony Ortega’s blog also starting in 2013.

And just as a reminder of what we opened with here, the “average” person isn’t allowed anything like what Russell Miller, Joel Sappell, Jon Atack, Lawrence Wright, and the Telegraph were given. As proven in the recent FOIA request (by Rebecca M. Seibert through the Muckrock website) where what she was given was…

Newspaper clippings.

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Virg sig script

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References and supporting articles –

1 – Ken Whitman Press Release plus timetracks by the Guardian’s Office page 17 PDF – page 3 of United Kingdom timetrack.
2 – ibid page 33 of PDF; Timetrack Portugal
3 – The Telegraph: Britain’s secret mission to expose Scientology leader as ‘fraud’  by Dominic Kennedy, Investigations Editor, August 6, 2009, You can read the whole plain text of it here and here’s the Daily Mail’s online version of the article.
4 – From the Just Dox Mind Control section of our Reading Library – ARPA Project Echo 1966-69 – PDF – This is a project involving (amongst other things) psychological manipulation of the “ideology of groups”. One of the scientists involved was Santa Barbara psychologist Richard Demille. Richard also had helped L. Ron Hubbard write/create a number of early materials for Scientology/Dianetics – see Just Dox section – Scientology.
5 – See Scientology Explained – Mystic Magazine March 1956, Raymond A. Palmer – Together with his wife Joanna, Hardin they liked to promote the whole Blavatsky-driven “spiritual teacher from another planet” idea, when he wasn’t busy helping others with bogus degrees.
6 – Cops, Robbers and Scientologists – Why The Church of Scientology Hated Interpol by Robert Whitaker, May 16, 2013; as discussed in my post: The Two Robert Whitakers And The Two Subjects: Bad Psychiatry and The British “Started” Interpol
7 – George Brock Chisholm’s lecture titled; The Reestablishment of Peacetime Society, The  Responsibility  of Psychiatry, offprinted in: Psychiatry of Enduring Peace and Social Progress – Chisholm and Sullivan 1946

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Join the conversation! 4 Comments

  1. Thank You, Virginia, for piecing this all together, as well as all your ongoing work in this area. It is greatly appreciated.
    Regards,
    Steve

    Reply
  2. Seasons Greetings Mike and Virginia,

    Just wanted to wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
    I hope all is well with you in this Holiday Season.
    Perhaps you might enjoy some Holiday music that I ran across.

    Regards,
    Steve

    Reply

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