|YouTube: David Miscavige's terroristic hate campaign against psychiatrists|
In this 2006/07 New Years Eve event, David Miscavige outlines how Scientology intends to destroy psychiatry using violent imagery including hand grenades and explosions.
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Now as this is indeed a classic New Years celebration, we'll consider what it means to work the magic of LRH tech across every sector of application.
And make no mistake: to a stultified student discovering Applied Scholastics, a strung out addict entering Narconon, a failing businessman chancing on a WISE consultant, LRH technology seems nothing if not magical.
But to miraculously transform a whole planet, you've got to conjure up the full LRH technical legacy, very much including all you just saw enumerated on those screens as highlights of 2006.
And while we can't yet do it in the blink of an eye, you'll be amazed how much ground we can take when we do it as a strategically coordinated force.
Because with accelerating speed through each passing month of this past year, we really did ignite all engines at the IAS anniversary just 2 months ago.
To quickly recap, those campaigns were specifically engineered to halt the dwindling spiral.
Or more technically, to literally audit this planet from 3 feet behind society's head, and thereby remove the surface charge before it builds up and blows the whole works.
So yes, indeed, as a combined whole you can label those strategies as "Planetary Salvage," embracing all pivotal programs from the very top in the creation of new ideal orgs, to the very bottom in eradicating the virus of aberration at its source.
Accordingly, if not poetically, where better to begin a year-end review than with our 2006 campaign to break the dark spell cast across Earth by psychiatry.
By way of a recap, that 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 ecosystem.
So while only 9 weeks have passed since global activation, here's the preliminary action report. 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 8 years to earn his license, we've already yanked 21 in the last 4 weeks. (Chuckles)
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 last 4 weeks as highest ever, the psychs themselves have a somewhat more descriptive name for it: Apocalypse now!
And here the satelite view. The first of 4 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 newsclips, documentaries and televised forums.
Then, just when the psychs thought the seas had parted, and they thought 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 to light.
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 lineup.
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, Chicago Tribune, 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 8 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!
While the Way to Happiness numbers were already big as of last year, Operation Planetary Calm is all about global saturation - as in worldwide airplay of 21 Public Service Announcements, each one illustrating a precept from The Way to Happiness.
It's also about plugging into what you might call the worldwide "social mainframe" for high volume delivery to target populations.
By way of example: While you can shotgun booklets across Anytown USA, you need distribution points like this one to hit mainstream America.
It's the Ashland Springs Hotel in Ashland, Oregon. It caters to upscale vacationers, and instead of a Gideon's Bible on the nightstand, it's now The Way to Happiness.
Similarly, while you can hand out bundles of booklets across every African American neighborhood, you need someone like this to reach a target group of 12 to 18-year-olds. She's hip hop fashion queen Kimora Lee Simmons. Her custom cover coordinates with her fashion line, and she funnels booklets through inner cities in both New Jersey and Los Angeles.
Then there's our corporate tie ins. The multi-nationals tend to have Third World image problems, so this is what they're doing about it:
Coca Cola Pakistan with a Braille edition for the blind - nationally televised no less.
Philips Electronics likewise all over Pakistan.
And Dell Computers all over Africa.
Then there's the power of Way to Happiness right in the marketplace as in the big retail chains who have an obvious vested interest to cut shoplifting.
And when you're talking front line retail, you can't get much bigger than 7 Eleven. So here's a few of their 4,000 plus outlets across Taiwan.
The numbers go even larger when you follow the campaign trail into Taiwanese schools. To date, it's 250,000 by order of Taiwan's Ministry of Education.
It's also running through national distribution channels elsewhere around the world.
Here's the first Lebanese edition as just approved by Lebanon's Ministry of Security.
And here's how Ecuador's Postal Service said, "Merry Christmas 2006."
And if I haven't even touched on the grass roots rollout from Africa and Europe to Australia and the Americas, suffice it to say
With presses running off new booklets every 10 seconds and in greater numbers through the last 8 weeks than the whole previous year, 2006 ends with The Way to Happiness now in the hands of more than 70 million people across 131 nations. And that's Operation Planetary Calm as we enter 2007!
Ashland Springs Hotel
212 East Main Street
Ashland, Oregon 97520
By E-mail: don.anwayatashlandspringshotel.com
Dear Mr. Anway:
I just left a voice mail message for you, and I hope you will return my call.
I also spoke to one of your receptionists about the Way to Happiness booklets, and she transferred my call to you.
This morning I watched a shocking video of Scientology head David Miscavige announcing to an audience of Scientology members the organization's successes in *obliterating* psychiatry. In this video, which comes across as domestic terrorism directed at society's mental health professionals, Miscavige states that the Ashland Springs Hotel has replaced all the Gideon Bibles in the hotel's rooms with Scientology's Way to Happiness Booklet.
Please view the video.
Your receptionist said that the part about the Gideon Bibles being replaced by the Way to Happiness is not true, and that the hotel has both the Bible and the booklet in its rooms. She also forwarded the Scientology PR line that the Way to Happiness is non-religious and not affiliated with the Scientology organization or religion. This is utterly false.
I worked within the Scientology organization on L. Ron Hubbard's Way to Happiness campaign, and I can assure you that the purpose of this booklet and campaign, including getting your hotel to put these booklets in your rooms, is to forward Scientology's "religious" and antisocial goals.
Scientology document Flag Executive Directive 2119 dated February 4, 1981, entitled "The Way to Happiness," which I have in my possession, states that the booklet's purpose is to subvert society.
The booklet claims to be a "non-religious moral code," but it is a moral code by which Hubbard, his replacement David Miscavige, and all the Scientologists involved in the Way to Happiness Campaign, do not live.
Hubbard was no moral man. In fact he was a sociopath, and a judicially declared pathological liar. A 1984 judgment in Los Angeles Superior Court in the case of Scientology v. Armstrong states:
"In addition to violating and abusing its own members civil rights, the organization over the years with its "Fair Game" doctrine has harassed and abused those persons not in the Church whom it perceives as enemies. The organization clearly is schizophrenic and paranoid, and this bizarre combination seems to be a reflection of its founder [L. Ron Hubbard]. The evidence portrays a man who has been virtually a pathological liar when it comes to his history, background, and achievements. The writings and documents in evidence additionally reflect his egoism, greed, avarice, lust for power, and vindictiveness and aggressiveness against persons perceived by him to be disloyal or hostile."
This judgment was affirmed on appeal in 1991.
Likewise, David Miscavige, who now runs the Way to Happiness campaign, is not a moral man, but, like Hubbard, a pathological liar and a violent person with a history of physically assaulting many people in the Scientology organization.
Miscavige also runs Scientology's "Fair Game" campaigns against the good people in society who stand up to organization fraud, abuses and criminality. Fair Game actions by Scientologists and organization agents against me personally include: physically assaulting me on six occasions; breaking into my car; stealing my property, including photographs, documents, a manuscript and original artwork; spying on me and my spouse; scaring our neighbors; menacing our families; threatening to assassinate me; terrorizing my companions and me on highways in California and Germany; paying a corrupt Los Angeles Police Department officer for fake authorizations to eavesdrop on me, my attorney and my associates and to tap our telephones; Fair Gaming and compromising my attorney; covertly and unlawfully videotaping me; attempting numerous times to have me prosecuted on false criminal charges based on fabricated evidence, including with the Los Angeles District Attorney, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Prosecutor of Ekaterinburg, Russia; suing me six times; forcing me into bankruptcy; driving me from my home; obtaining unconscionable jail sentences against me and warrants for my arrest in California; forging hundreds of Internet postings over my name, including nonsense and racist messages; running endless intelligence operations against me and my family; and carrying out a global "Black Propaganda" campaign against me that extends to U.S. Federal Government departments, Members of Congress, U.S. diplomatic missions and staff, U.S. state and local government officials, foreign government officials, judges, law enforcement agencies and officers internationally, clergy internationally, media internationally, and the broad international societal and Scientologist populations.
The Way to Happiness booklet is now associated with Scientology's insane and cruel campaign to obliterate psychiatry and psychiatrists, the professionals on which the most vulnerable people in our society depend. Scientology itself has no way or system to replace psychiatry, and in fact refuses to allow any people who need mental health assistance into the organization.
Scientology's intention is to create chaos and subvert society.
Either you and your hotel have been conned by the Scientologists with their Way to Happiness campaign or you are knowingly complicit in this subversive activity. I urge you to find out what Scientology is really about, what Hubbard really was like, what Miscavige really is like, what the morals of the Scientologists really are, and what the purpose of the Way to Happiness booklet you have in your hotel's rooms really is. Then decide whether you really want Scientology's Way to Happiness booklet or any Hubbard or Scientology presence in your hotel.
Again, please watch this video: http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=hfu7Sr50N7U
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Chilliwack, British Columbia
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