And he did it without having to say a word.

 

Faction – A political faction is a group of individuals with a common political purpose.

In the video Going Clear – Part 9, Mark Rathbun is talking about the Lawrence Wollersheim case against the Church of Scientology, and going over page 178, 179 of Wrights book Going Clear.

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Transcript – quotes from Wright are in red. Mark Rathbun responses are normal text. The allegations being discussed are ones that are pinned to the Church of Scientology as the source. I have numbered the examples.

#1 –

An undercover campaign was launched to blackmail or discredit Wollersheim’s Lawyer Charles O’Reilly.

False.

Didn’t happen.

I was there.

I was in charge of everything that had to do with all that.

Did not happen.

#2 –

Wright writes: His house was bugged and his office was infiltrated by a scientology operative.

A complete and utter invention of Lawrence Wright.

Didn’t happen.

I was there and I was in charge of all activity having to do with ANYTHING having to do with that lawsuit and that lawyer.

#3

There was an attempt to trap him or his bodyguards in a compromising situation involving women

False. Invented. It never happened. It. Did. Not. Happen.

#4

The Church also harassed the Judge in the case, Ronald Swearinger (sp?).”

False.

Did not happen.

#5

I was followed, the judge said later. My car tires were slashed. My collie drowned in his pool.

That’s unfortunate that stuff, if that even happened in the City of Los Angeles, which wouldn’t be that uncommon.

The Church had nothing to do with it.

This was FIVE YEARS after the purge of the Guardian’s Office.

I mean, the prophylactic measures and control measures that were put in on external activity, were so tight that you couldn’t cough if you were involved in anything having to do with an external situation like a lawsuit. Without HQ ok. OK?

The last thing in the WORLD that anybody…I mean people KNEW within an inch of their lives that they would be purged and expelled forever if they did something as stupid and corrupt as go mess with a judge.

Didn’t happen!

This stuff is literally just invented.

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To reiterate, each one of these items by Lawrence Wright is presenting the idea that it was Scientology that was doing these things, these black intelligence operations basically.

Ergo, the logical corrollary Wright is making, is that since Mark Rathbun was, as he says, in charge of all activity having to do with ANYTHING having to do with that lawsuit, therefore it was him that knew about/supervised said black ops.

In my opinion, THAT is what Mark is responding to.

Essentially, he is ruling out Church involvement in these corrupt, immoral, and extremely offensive black intelligence operations towards Wollersheim, the judge, etc., etc.

It is entirely possible that Mark is telling the truth about that he did not sanction, order, condone, look the other way, or in any way allow these particular black ops to go on.

But, I also have no doubt that these particular black ops did happen to these people.

But if Mark is telling the truth, then the question becomes, who did them?

That’s the faction that may be beginning to be alluded to here.

As luck would have it, it was Jon Atack, who was also involved in the Wollersheim case, who recently revealed that he and Wollersheim had begun to question this very angle (amongst themselves)

It was in a podcast just a few days or so ago, with, of all people, Jeffrey Augustine. Mister I-Hate-Anyone-Knowing-Hubbard’s-Real Background (in intelligence). Augustine doesn’t disappoint, doing his level best to steer John off that point after first presenting the idea that “no one” would have Hubbard in intelligence because of….wait for it….his character.

We need to talk about that for a moment because this is one of the arguments Jeff discusses with Atack in the podcast.

Jeff seems to love to confuse intelligence cover with the person’s character.

One could ask: Why is that Jeff?

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But you are not likely to get a straight answer.

It shouldn’t surprise you that, strangely enough, Augustine and Atack apparently both fall for Aleister Crowley’s cover that happened to be much like Hubbard’s – weirdo occult sex-magic crackpot druggie cult leader – when in fact, Crowley was an agent for British Intelligence. As documented here.

But yet Jeff, consistently refuses to acknowledge that fact about both Crowley and Hubbard. They were both intelligence assets whose character was not necessarily equal to their covers. He offers in this podcast that Hubbard’s character would mean he couldn’t be an intelligence agent.

Atack takes him to task on that point and he actually makes some great points, which Jeff is clearly dis-combobulated by (probably because it’s too close to what we say). Jeff offers some limp-wristed side story as some kind of vague agreement with Atack, but then he extremely JARRINGLY shifts the entire conversation – and Atack – off that point and onto the e-meter!

Bad move.

Before I get into this podcast for you, I’d like to point out that Jeff (and some others he associates with) seem to think that my un-earthing Hubbard’s and Crowley’s intelligence backgrounds somehow makes these people into heroes in my eyes.

It does not.

Quite the opposite.

But, it’s interesting how some of these people insist on trying to get others to believe that it does.

They even go so far as to try to get others to believe that I am somehow supporting the Church of Scientology in their glaringly obvious hero worship and its accompanying FALSE information of their own special kind about Hubbard’s intelligence background – simply because I am rooting out the fact that the guy was definitely an intelligence asset of both British and American intelligence agencies.

Hell no.

The Church hero worship is just as bad as the pond-skipper Knights of Malta “critical’ faction behavior on this very same point.

Even a cursory view of my articles and posts here at the blog will show that I am no “Hubbard lover” nor am I complimentary of him, especially not who his intelligence connections are. These people are, for the most part, the worst of the worst on this planet, as far as I’m concerned.

I challenge anyone to find me demonstrating ‘hero worship’ of Hubbard OR scientology during the last seven years here at the blog. As the saying goes, if someone tells you different, tell them to put up or shut up.

That said, let’s get to the podcast.

I’m going to transcribe the pertinent points and tell you the minute markers for each one.

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48:41

Jon Atack: Maybe…scientology is an outgrowth of the U.S. Navy’s Bluebird project, which is the first mind control project…before MKNAOMI and MKULTRA. Certainly the only reference I know of to those terrible psychological programs before FOI in the 1970’s […] the only reference before that is in Science of Survival in 1951 where he talks about government projects to do this. It’s kind of weird, but that he would have known that. I remember talking to Lawrence Wollersheim many years ago and he thought that one too as well, that maybe Dianetics and Scientology was some kind of intel program to see if you could apply mind control to a mass of people. I don’t think that they would be foolish enough to use Hubbard to do that….

I need to help Atack out here and clarify a point for him. It was Project CHATTER that was Navy, and actually the timeline of when that started and what it’s goals are, fit into this whole prep for Dianetics perfectly.

Recently, I discovered FBI files on Dr. Donald Ewen Cameron, a truly monstrous human being involved in absolutely horrific secret experiments on women and children under the guise of ‘mental health” treatment.

One of the things in this file is the actual application by Cameron to the Defence Research Board in 1948, and a cover letter discusses that he will have access to “secret data” hence the background check request to the FBI. Page 8 of his FBI file talks about a Dr. Roy Hoskins of the dept. of Mental Health, Boston, who “recommends Cameron highly”. Page 10 reveals this guy Hoskins, who had worked with Cameron on “research” on psychiatric patients in Massachusetts, had moved on to actually be involved in Project Chatter (evident by where he’s cited as working, and when).

It is Project CHATTER that was the Navy’s project.

 

From my Donald Ewen Cameron library article –

In 1947, Cameron published a book: “Remembering” in: Nervous and Mental Disease Monographs (No. 72). He notes that defects in memory occur with therapy – therapy defined as metrazol, ECT, and insulin treatments. Describes a dose-response relationship.

Project Chatter started which continued the truth drug committee experiments under Lieutenant Charles Savage underneath the newly created Navy Medical Research Center.8

              [also see Cameron article for much more about this Truth Drug Committee]

This is an important lead, because it means that the details behind Project Chatter will not be held by the CIA, but more likely by the Navy – and more specifically the Department of Defense’s RDB.

The Senate Hearing document described the project as follows.

Project CHATTER was a Navy program that began in the fall of 1947.

Responding to reports of ‘amazing results’ achieved by the Soviets in using ‘truth drugs,’ the program focused on the identification and testing of such drugs for use in interrogations and in the recruitment of agents.

The research included laboratory experiments on animals and human subjects involving Anabasis aphylla, scopolamine, and mescaline in order to determine their speech-inducing qualities.

Side note – scopolamine is what’s called a soporific – which L. Ron Hubbard admitted to being a volunteer to be tested on right around this time, and that he had a hard time ‘getting off’ the drug. The truth drug committee also tested that exact same drug in 1942/1943.

The Senate hearing document went on to explain that the project included overseas experiments during the Korean War, and that it ended shortly after the end of the Korean War, in 1953.

References –

8. Biological testing involving human subjects by the Department of Defense, 1977: hearings before the Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research of the Committee on Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-fifth Congress, First Session on Examination of Serious Deficiencies in the Defense Department’s efforts to protect the Human Subjects of Drug Research, March 8 and May 23, 1977.

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The above reveals that CHATTER was not just about testing truth-telling or ‘speech-inducing’ drugs. It was about MIND CONTROL. Evident in that rather innocuous phrase “and in the recruitment of agents.

Ok, so, here’s what Atack said again, and we’ll continue from there.

48:41

Jon Atack: Maybe…scientology is an outgrowth of the U.S. Navy’s Bluebird project, which is the first mind control project…before MKNAOMI and MKULTRA. Certainly the only reference I know of to those terrible psychological programs before FOI in the 1970’s […] the only reference before that is in Science of Survival in 1951 where he talks about government projects to do this. It’s kind of weird, but that he would have known that. I remember talking to Lawrence Wollersheim many years ago and he thought that one too as well, that maybe Dianetics and Scientology was some kind of intel program to see if you could apply mind control to a mass of people. I don’t think that they would be foolish enough to use Hubbard to do that….

 

51:27

Note – Jeff had just shifted the whole discussion away from the the government projects, like Bluebird and Chatter, to a speculation that Hubbard’s Babylon Working with Parsons was more likely the source of Scientology. And then he says….

Jeff Augustine: Number 2: It’s less likely that the U.S. government would have had anything to do with scientology in that period of time, due to the innate risks that L. Ron Hubbard carried with him as an operative or an agent.

Atack: Absolutely.

Jeff Augustine: In other words, you simply would not pick a man of his defective character to undertake a controlled program, alternately if anything he would be a dupe. That doesn’t make sense because of his rapacious appetites for money, drugs, sex. So, he wouldn’t be a reliable terminal, in other words.

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That’s a truly lame argument Jeff made. Not only does he clearly not understand the ole favorite “act like a drunk idiot” intelligence cover of British agents, as well as the ole favorite “Occult Master” cover (that one goes all the way back to Dr. Dee in the 1400’s) but note the NARROWING in time of Jeff’s argument re Hubbard and intelligence to when he was at Jack Parson’s – evident where he says “in that period of time” and away from the point that Atack was making, ie: secret government mind control projects.

What Jeff is doing there, is that he is taking the church of scientology’s propaganda, that Hubbard was there to break up a black magic ring, and then using that as his premise to try and dismiss any real intelligence history Hubbard may have.

You can’t start off with a planted lie as a premise, then use that lie to come up with a truth (that actually is true – Hubbard wasn’t there to break up a black magic ring, that’s not what he was doing there) but then you turn around and take that truth and use it to then LIE that Hubbard was never an intelligence operative for government.

Why would anyone do such a tortuously illogical thing?

I figure it’s only the truly clueless (and therefore somewhat blameless) or someone that is compelled that would even try to use such tactics in an attempt to discredit any and all truths that may exist on a subject.

And let’s not forget that as part of this new lie, as Jeff did, he then cites Hubbard’s character as now the new reason he “couldn’t possibly be an intelligence agent”.

The end result here is absolutely no better than what the church did!

But, here’s the real problem with Jeff and Atack’s character argument as they use it. Hubbard wasn’t always some pill-popping drunk. It was before all that began, that Hubbard was recruited into intelligence. (See Scientology Roots Chapters 9-1 and 9-2 Hubbard’s Lifelong Intelligence Career)

And once in the kind of thing he became involved in? It wrecked people. Literally.

That was very succinctly stated by an early member of the Counter Intelligence Corps of G-2 under Willoughby in Japan/Korea, just after WWII ended.

“You had to be lily white to get into CIC and turned coal black to stay in,” recalled the late Harry Brunette.

“That CIC badge was your authority to do anything. If they told you to break in and steal some documents, you did it. We’d trade with the devil if we had to.”

Yakuza: Japan’s Criminal Underworld by David E. Kaplan, Alec Dubro

Ok.

As we were talking about, Jeff had just said:

In other words, you simply would not pick a man of his defective character to undertake a controlled program, alternately if anything he would be a dupe. That doesn’t make sense because of his rapacious appetites for money, drugs, sex. So, he wouldn’t be a reliable terminal, in other words.

This actually ended up making Atack realize something. He then interrupts Jeff.

Atack:

But, on the other hand if you look at the way that intelligence agencies recruit, that’s EXACTLY the type of person they recruit. Somebody they can blackmail, and they had enough material on Hubbard to sink him at any minute.

The reason that Wollersheim and I came to this is that we SAW the way that scientology was protected. Through the 70’s, the 80’s to this DAY….

So there seemed to be an inordinate influence that scientology had, that maybe was because there was someone watching what he was doing, because let’s face it. Scientology is the most effective form of mind control ever developed. There’s nothing that comes near it.

Not bad Atack. Not bad at all!

Jeff is rather stunned, is my impression, and says:

Jeff: Uh.. No. And to that point L. Ron Hubbard was not arrested in program snow white. He was exempted which would suggest […] Something to speculate about there.

And then, Jeff very jarringly and suddenly shifts to asking Atack about the e-meter.

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Get. OFF. That. Subject.

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You can practically feel someone’s frantic arm-waving in the background.

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So, if Mark didn’t do these black ops, which did happen, and even Atack and Wollersheim suspected some kind of weird other high-level government influence STOPPING them and doing things to them…

This is why I posed the question as to is Mark revealing a possible hidden faction operating outside of the church?

One that is hard at work protecting their little cash-cow mind control baby, while incidentally helping to build its cover as a ‘crazy cult’ as part of pinning what they did on the Church and people like Mark Rathbun?

An interesting possibility.

And here’s another one.

What if Mark staged this whole thing as part of filming to Louis Theroux? And is now using that footage as a viciously beautiful example of just how easily all the bunkerites (Ortega blog) and the Karen and Jeff coffee clutchers can be led off a cliff – like a bunch of lemmings – just by a few posts and some videos.

Oh man, would that be one hell of a harsh lesson.

Virginia McClaughry

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Addendum

Note from Mike McClaughry –
June 14, 2017 5:37PM Pacific Standard Time

I can cite several personal examples of things being done in my area of responsibility which were done without my knowledge when I was the AGI (Assistant Guardian for Information – Intelligence – in the San Francisco Area). Things that I found out about after the fact.

One of them was Stanford Research Institute (SRI) and the CIA Remote-Viewing program going on there using scientologists. That was in my area, and yet I received no orders from my Guardian’s Office superiors to investigate or do anything about what was going on at SRI. Yet, I come to find out later, that my seniors were doing all kinds of things with SRI without telling me about it. They not only approved of what was going on at SRI, they were the ones that were doing it!

Next example is the LSD on the toothpaste op that I detailed in my video which was run by my seniors out of U.S.G.O (Gary Lawrence, for one) when I was out of town.

Next example. I remember hearing somewhere, after we left the church, that Ida Camburn had alleged that “scientology” involved her and her husband in a staged car accident. If that actually happened back in the 1970’s when I was on post, it wasn’t done by me and my guys and that’s a fact. So, the question becomes who did it?

Some of the really bad black operations run on us, especially recently, are beyond the means of scientology operatives. It points to some kind of an intelligence black operation network that has capabilities and access that is much higher than the Church of Scientology and its intelligence network.

As happened to me, where others were doing ops that could be erroneously assigned to me that I didn’t do or order or sanction, perhaps Mark Rathbun has been put in a similar position – getting blamed for things that he didn’t do.

However, just because he didn’t do them does not mean they weren’t done. I believe they were. But, since Mark was #2 in command of Scientology at the time of the Wollersheim case, that only leaves David Miscavige doing things outside of Mark’s knowledge, or some other intelligence agency in operation that even Miscavige doesn’t know about. In my opinion, it’s the second one.

I believe that this outside intelligence network includes as part of its down-line – the Karen Cabal.

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  1. ” In 1950, the CIA funded a contract for $300,000 to a department of psychology at an unnamed university, funneling the money through the Office of Naval Research. “”(1) (Quite Enough to get Dianetics onto the Best Sellers list…)

    And is it merely serendipity, that much of the text on my “Dead-agent” page was written by a gal whose brother in law was HEAD of Naval Research Laboratory Space Weapons Division????

    And merely serendiptty that Mr. “Complete-a-cycle-of-action” himself, L Rum Hubbard, chose to die inside a Bluebird mobile home?

    PS: Re Judge Swearanger. he had a son who was gay, who contacted me decades ago to thank me for releasing XENU into the public domain in RTC vs Lerma. I asked him if he would come forward and describe events, but he was literally terrified, traumatized, PTSD, alluded to the incredible pressure that his entire family had to endure, he thanked me again, and hung up…

    Arnie Lerma

    PS: Dianetics was a proof of concept test bed for the social control mechanisms of the US deep state.
    Scientology was the test bed for the Israeli Secret Intelligence Service, or ISIS. after a hostile takeover of Hubbard’s operation which had been put out to pasture, on Dec 23rd, 1965. Key question “Where did H get the dough to buy St Hill?

    (1) Discovery provided by US CIA in a Gitmo torture legal case

    “War is the greatest injustice. We are not fighting the culprits. Those who pay, who incite, who use the media to make people turn against each other – this is who we should fight against.” – Alexey Mozgovoy, commander of the “Ghost” brigade, killed May 23, 2015″

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  2. and re using neurotics or psychotics for government work.. the list is endless.. from Sirhan Sirhan, Charles Manson to the patsy in the book repository that day in Dallas.

    “As we were talking about, Jeff had just said:

    In other words, you simply would not pick a man of his defective character to undertake a controlled program, alternately if anything he would be a dupe. That doesn’t make sense because of his rapacious appetites for money, drugs, sex. So, he wouldn’t be a reliable terminal, in other words.

    This actually ended up making Atack realize something.” < nice catch

    Various versions of ""scientology is too dirty for agency involvement" is a fill the vacuum type of thought stopping control phrase…that creates enhanced suggestibility…and a LIE.

    "Anything said to a hypnotized subject is true…" George Estabrooks 1943 OSS psychologist

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