Lies and Abuses Won’t Last Forever
by Larry Brennan
I thought some of you might be interested in reading the first article entitled “Former Senior Scientology
Executives…” in the attached link: http://www.factnet.org/
Any of us can do whatever we feel is right about the above, including nothing at all. I just thought you folks should see it.
And, just because the below is a small example of something relevant
to the above, I thought I would put here part of a post I made an ars
not too long ago:
I would like to quote two things about DM and see if anyone else thinks this might be a little odd.
OK, this first is from a declaration that David Miscavige made on 15
October 1999 in the case of Wollersheim vs. the Church of Scientology
of California. It is part 57 of that declaration.
“57. Upon the dismantling of the GO, church executives within the ecclesiastical hierarchy assumed responsibility
for the legal affairs which the GO had mishandled. This era was marked
by great concerns about the religion’s future in the aftermath of the
GO, and it was against this backdrop that newly assigned personnel
began to examine the legal affairs that had been the exclusive province
of the GO for 15 years. Not being experienced in such matters, they
retained legal counsel to review the structure of the entire religion.
I know the concern was not “gutting CSC” to ” avoid Wollersheim,” or
anybody else for that matter. The history that Wollersheim ignores
concerned events of far greater importance than his case. In fact, at
the time, I had never even heard of the man. I was not involved in that
restructuring, but I am aware of the events that led up to it. I
shortly thereafter resigned from church staff for 5 years, as described
later in this declaration”. While I quoted the whole section above, the
main part I am referring to is the next to the last sentence:
“I was not involved in that restructuring, but I am aware of the events that led up to it.
Soooooo, as we can see in DM’s own words, he was NOT involved in the corporate restructuring, right?
Now look at the following link from one of their own web pages about DM:
The sentences on that page I refer you to is:
“Mr. David Miscavige has worked tirelessly to protect
the religion. He authored the early 1980’s reorganization of Church
corporate and management structures which have given the religion years
of sustained growth and stable leadership”.
Sooooooooooo, as we can see on the Church of Scientology’s own
website about DM, he not only WAS involved in the corporate
restructuring but “authored” it, right?
Um…. errr…..does anyone else notice anything strange here?
Would you believe they were BOTH lies (as are a couple other statements he made in just that part 57 of the declaration)???
I think 2007 will be an interesting year in many ways. And I wish you all everything good throughout it:)
The Other Larry
ISN 35: DM reports on Scientology’s war on psychiatry
At the 2007 New Year event, David Miscavige reported on Scientology
’s “diabolically” engineered terror war against psychiatry
. Scientologists monitor their cult
progress toward obliterating psychiatry in part by inches of negative
press the cultists generate, and also by the number of psychiatrists’
licenses they get “yanked.”
Read this shocking material. This is fully classic
David Miscavige as bully and megalomaniacal terrorist with his head way
up in the occult.
PSYCHIATRY: GLOBAL OBLITERATION
By way of a recap, the campaign was expressly, maybe even
“diabolically,” engineered to ignite both government action and media
blizzard. It’s also got an internal kicker: our Mental Health Budget
Adjustment Kit, which essentially works like a “smart bomb” in that it
“sniffs” out psych fuel lines and blows the funding mechanism. And in
that way—to put it bluntly—we booby-trap the whole psychiatric
So, while only nine weeks have passed since global activation,
here’s the preliminary action report: The Citizens Commission on Human
Rights International, CCHR Central, has a tracking board designed to
measure collateral damage from our campaign roll-out. It monitors both
incoming complaints of psych abuse and outgoing “psych alerts” to state
and federal prosecutors.
And while it’s sometimes tricky to determine just whose “bomb” hit the ammo dump, this much is blazingly clear: while it takes a psych eight years to earn his license, we’ve already yanked 21 in the last four weeks.
Then there’s all our campaign represents as a high-pressure system
for an anti-psych climate, of which the best barometer is the
anti-psych media index. And while CCHR trackers describe the recent
weeks as “highest ever,” the psychs themselves have a somewhat more
descriptive name for it: “Apocalypse now!”
And here’s the satellite view: the first of four plagues to visit
psychiatrists in the wake of our campaign was a veritable storm of
British press—more than 800 column inches mushrooming up from our
launch site in England. Then came the 2,600 newspaper, magazine and
e-news articles like a cloud of locusts from elsewhere around the
world, followed by a third swarm of news clips, documentaries and
Then, just when psychs thought the seas had parted and they could
safely enjoy this holiday season, it all rained down. Because what with
CCHR-inspired hearings on the menace of new generation psych drugs, the
age-old secrets of how psychs cut deals with the FDA have finally come
And since the FDA can’t get “the toothpaste back in the tube,” they
just agreed to smear new black box warnings all over the
anti-depressant line-up. Which in turn fueled an anti-psych media fest
like something out of Revelations and it looks like this: The
Washington Post, The Washington Times, The New York Times, The Chicago
Tribune, The International Herald Tribune, USA Today, Associated Press
and all over network news. Until, as of tonight… well, let me put it
like this: At our IAS Anniversary celebration, I told you psychs were
about to believe in the Divine Wrath of God. And, sure enough, they now
know that wrath is swift and certain.
Because in just the last eight weeks came 37,824 column inches of
anti-psych press to “mess them up but good”—and that’s our 2006
campaign for the Global Obliteration of Psychiatry.
— International Scientology News Issue 35 © 2007 CSI
ISN 35: New Years 2007 event
International Scientology News Issue 35 reported on Scientology’s New Year Event 2007 in an article entitled Setting the Stage for 2007. Cult head David Miscavige’s personal stage
is his army or navy of Scientologists, agents, PIs and lawyers around
the world. The stage Scientologists see is the one at the Shrine
Auditorium, from which Source’s Apprentice speaks.
In this excerpt from the beginning of the article,
Miscavige provides a glimpse of the role he’s using Tom Cruise and
Katie Holmes for in his planetary play, or game, or war. Tom-Kat’s reality
show “Wedding of the Century,” DM says, brought “every major media
machine on earth” to give introductory lectures on cult Source L. Ron
Hubbard’s “magic triangle” ARC, Affinity, Reality and Communication.
The ARC triangle is a “formula” in Hubbard’s tech for
manipulating people’s human emotions to get them to align with and
forward Scientology’s purposes. ARC is also used as a concept to give
Scientologists a sense of superiority over the wogs and wog world that Scientology and Scientologists seek to control, and consequently instill in Scientologists a “moral” right or even “duty” to control anyone and anything.
Hubbard’s system of emotional manipulation, including ARC, is a key tool for Scientology disseminators,
and clearly is a key tool for Miscavige to dominate and control his
cult soldiers or sailors. Scientology’s basic text on emotional
manipulation is Hubbard’s Science of Survival. Hubbard said he discovered his magic ARC triangle while meditating on a tarot card.
DM cannot help revelling in his “beingness” as bully, thug or Ecclesiopath:
“we’re about to “stuff and mount” another record year on the game-room wall, then “lock and load” for the incoming.” He also shows off his new elevated magus stature and Scientology’s new magical direction and operations under his command: “when
you invoke the full power of LRH technology and let it loose across a
planet… even if sometimes subtle and oftentimes working in the blink of
an eye, you better believe that magic is real. So …watch closely…”
The theme for the whole magazine is Scientology as
magic and DM as the magician. Perhaps he’s had it with still being seen
as Old Sorcerer Ron’s little apprentice.
Chairman of the Board Religious Technology
Center, Mr. David Miscavige, welcomed the full house at the Shrine
Auditorium in Los Angeles at the most memorable New Year’s celebration
Welcome to a fully classic Scientology New Year, replete with a
thousand cascading balloons and a rousing rendition of Auld Lang Syne.
We’ll also take our time-honored tour of far-flung Scientology
activities, with every picture on the screens perfectly synchronized to
elegantly attired speakers. After which, we’ll ring down the curtain on
2006 and set the stage for 2007.
Or, if you prefer: we’re about to “stuff and mount” another record
year on the game-room wall, then “lock and load” for the incoming.
But regardless of how it’s phrased, what I’m about to tell you is
not metaphoric—it’s a technical fact: while the world out there shouts
“Happy New Year,” we can honestly guarantee it. And while everyone’s
been wishing for “peace on Earth and goodwill towards Man,” we can
factually make it happen.
Because when you invoke the full power of LRH technology and let it
loose across a planet… Well, that’s the air of holiday magic you may
have sensed when entering this hall. And even if sometimes subtle and
oftentimes working in the blink of an eye, you better believe that
magic is real. So …watch closely…
While you’ve heard it said “Scientology isn’t just in the news, it
is the news,” that phrase doesn’t even begin to capture our story
through the last 12 months—not with 16 daily hours of non-stop
televised coverage and four full miles of press, bringing word of LRH
technology to 42 million people a week. That’s more coverage of Dianetics and Scientology this year than through the whole previous decade.
And they weren’t only “covering,” they were explaining—as every
major media machine on Earth ran with our Backgrounds and Ceremonies:
The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, People magazine, Hello
magazine, ABC, BBC, E TV—you name it. While they may have headlined it
“wedding of the century,” what they all gave amounted to an
introductory lecture on ARC. And given ARC equals understanding,
and understanding begets more, word of the “magic triangle” also sent
24.5 million people to our Internet sites: 30 every minute, 24 hours a
day—and that too is highest in history.
—International Scientology News Issue 35 © 2007 CSI
In Collateral, Cruise played another key Scientology role: the antisocial personality, or SP.
See also: Tom Cruise: Executing the Suppressive Person Doctrine .