I'm looking for a press agent in the U.S. California would be preferable, but that isn't crucial.
I realize this is slightly off-topic, but it seemed that a.r.s. always has listening someone who knows about just about anything, and of course just about any press or any other communications for that matter concern Scientology because my life so concerns Scientology. And of course because Scientology is such a threat to my life. So any press agent, or fellow worker in any way, will immediately be an OSA target at the highest levels. Even with these words, the target group of "US press agents" is being considered for focus at Scientology's highest levels. DM is as high as it gets. Being my press agent necessary puts a person eyeball to eyeball with DM.
So think about it. Lots of you would know what a press agent for me would or could do, and who might be able to fit me in between his other clients. Or perhaps someone just starting out. Obviously I'd agree to the best possible terms.
Actually anyone can act as my press agent. I mean I really can talk faster than I can type. But keep very clearly in mind, that anyone who does anything as my press agent or any other kind of agent, that is, anything as simple as saying, "Hey, talk to Gerry Armstrong," is necessarily acting in concert with me, and therefore in willful violation of the California Judgment (R). Thus, in order for Scientology to maintain the criminal charade that its insane judgment against me is not illegal and not insane, the criminal cult must get warrants for the arrest of those persons; that is, those persons acting in concert with me, which, of all the activities performable by modern day wogs (R), press agentry must be.The criminal Scientology cult must force any press agent to pay $50,000 per utterance (times the number of recipients of the utterance). And the cult must have anyone acting in concert with me jailed, and additionally fined by the Califiornia Superior Court, presumably until they agree to not say another word about me.
I think this is an opportunity of opportunities for anyone who thinks a little press agentry might be fun. This is the start of my search. I've never had a press agent before.
I have in mind someone who has a good sense for litigation, but definitely not someone who is afraid of, or bemoans litigation. Whatever litigation flows from such a press agent relationship and activities cannot but be a litigation opportunity, to say nothing of a commercial opportunity, which I'm happy to share with the right person or persons.
Responses by a.r.s. or by e-mail are fine.
(c) Gerry Armstrong