I believe, and have not been argued out of this belief in over four years, that CL says what he says about me, and a bit of everything else come to think of it, for the purpose of creating the illusion that there is some group different from Scientology which hates me.
He uses a completely insane, and even if not insane, irrelevant, platform (the truth or conclusion "proven" by his "exposed" documents) to create an "environment" or "atmosphere" or "reality" in which I can be disposed of quietly and without sorrow. Or sure, noisily if that helps, to, for example, pin it on the people who aren't there.
The cult is impeded, DM is sure, in its latest big thrust to rewrite Hubbard, by Gerry Armstrong. Notice CL's literary interest in the Hubbard biography, and the Armstrong I (LASC C 420153) trial and case, almost to the exclusion of any one of the thousands of other interesting points in the Hubbard/Scientology/Sea Org/Miscavige/Starkey/Lenskes/CST/Emory/corp upon corp/ name upon name/point upon point, history.
I believe that the "documents" on which he bases his "platform" are Scientology's documents that the Miscavige intel apparatus wants "exposed." They would never have filed CST v. US if that was not the case. See recently posted to a.r.s. 1989 final adverse ruling. I filed this in 1990 in the Armstrong I appeal. I cited to the Bruggink decision dozens of times in Armstrong II, III and IV between 1992 and 1996. There was no exposure on a.r.s. of CST or the Lenskes or the special directors or anything of relevance whatsoever which would justify this op's vicious, insane attacks. There have been no "revelations" from CL or anyone else that justify or in any way support the lies CL and this idiot op tell about me.
The fact is that for no other reason than the Great Good Humor of God Himself I smoked this op out as soon as it appeared on a.r.s. I've told this story before, although neither the op nor its water carriers have responded.
One of the op's first actions was to provide a phone number to call, in Nevada, to their "public research" deal. Shortly thereafter, being in Nevada, I called the number, and left my name, and I'm sure my number. Since these folks claimed to be doing all this "research" about Scientology and CST and the Lenskes and Miscavige and maybe even Hubbard, I forget, and since I certainly knew something about the whole enterprise, I figured we'd have things to chat about, and they'd appreciate my making contact. But instead, back came this ugly, sick prose the op will forever be famous for. It is altogether reasonable to acknowledge that the cult would dedicate decent literary and intel talent to this op. And I stumbled on it through no other way than God's amazing Grace.
These "researchers" were not interested in research and never have been interested in it. They already had the target of attacking the witnesses by "exposure" of what Scientology wants exposed, and one of the central targets gives them a call. It threw them off and they leaped at God's goofy bait, and responded with what as I say will be the literary fair game the Miscavige regime will be famous for.
The response was a reminder of the response of Gene Ingram when I called his office and stumbled onto one secretary or another who told me things about Norman Starkey's frequent visitor status at the office she was apparently not supposed to tell me. Gene calls me back and threatens to put a bullet between my eyes. What a Godsend. I get the reality that Ingram will indeed murder for his Scientology account, and that his Scientology account would approve such action. Knowing Norman was then Ingram's best bud had no importance because I already knew it, but knowing that the Miscavige regime will indeed murder is hugely valuable.
The CL op had to generate the idea that what it was "exposing" had course-changing value in the "fight," the fight which many people see unclearly but which can for the purpose of this post be referred to as the War on Wogs (WoW!)(R), and was not just a few facts not unlike a billion other facts in Scientology's history, what it now is and how it acts in this war. To generate the idea that what it was "exposing" was in fact being "exposed," the op had to generate the illusion that because this information had been a "total surprise" to the op personnel, and to some people on alt.religion.scientology obviously, the op really was exposing something.
This necessitated, if you can think about it, generating the insane illusion that people who in fact knew something about the Miscavige/Lenske/Heller/CST/RTC operation, were covering it all up. Right along with this, the op is still attempting to generate the even more insane illusion that these people, who, incidentally, if anyone cares to look, are the wogs (R) willing to testify as to their knowledge of Scientology, were in bed with the Lenskes.
What do the Lenskes care? They get paid good money to be part of the op. Or the Miscavige intel op deliberately keeps this from the Lenskes (doubtful) to keep the Lenskes clear to testify as to their non-involvement.
That is not to say that we should not be grateful for all the documents the op and the Miscavige regime have "exposed" on a.r.s. They put a lot of work into getting these documents into an easily usable form for us. Exposing the IRS closing agreement was a nice touch, but that, of course, could not really be done directly through the Veritas/Research/CLOp deal. But it was definitely something the cult wanted exposed. It got "exposed," they weathered the "storm" which never happened, and they can now say that the secret agreement is not secret, has not been secret for x years, and that in all that time nothing has been shown to be improper. If the "secret" agreement was still "secret" the cult would be facing more problems with it than they are now. It was nice too to get the direction the Miscavige regime is going with its Hubbard biography rewrite in CL's repeated interrogatory and the recent associated Armstrong I trial/prima facie case/Garrison threads, where holes lie in their rewrite, and the gargantuan worry I am to them. They really should not be afraid of me. That's just plain nuts.
To make it appear, as obviously necessary, the op has clearance from DM to put a dunce cap on him, call him names and ridicule his education and intellect. That is precisely what Scientology has its operatives do. The Loyal Officers of 1984 even said they wanted to put DM the criminal in jail.
The CLameleon's assertion that de facto control of Scientology is shown by his interpretation of publicly available documents and that into his knowledge of this "truth" he only permits what is contained in publicly available documents, is nuts. It's a trip that a few people here on a.r.s. carry water for this guy. His establishment of de facto control depends on ignoring completely de facto control. To carry water for CL, just ignore reality.
To have my actions make sense in the op's illusion, the op identifies me as an intelligence operative, GO connected, or US Intel connected. And it is true that intel was much of my life in the Sea Org, and that I had a connection to the cult's intel apparatus through Dan Sherman and Dave Kluge and other operatives after I left. Read, e.g., http://armstrong.xenu.ca/2000-03-06f.htm
It's also true that my mind has not lost its capacity to think in intel terms or to recognize intel's hand in events of each day. But at one point or another I rejected intel in favor of intuition. I didn't become stupid, I just placed my faith in something different. I used my intelligence for something different from intel. So I'm the last person to have any intel intentions or even thoughts. It's not my role in relationship with Scientology.
I have been a witness in many cases, but my role is rarely to testify about my experiences and knowledge. I have written many declarations or affidavits about my experiences and knowledge, but such written testimony is rarely called for at this time.
I am a full time simple Prophet to Scientologists (PtS)(R). I am not what the CLameleon says or implies I am.
Who or what I am is very visible on the Internet and in life. http://armstrong.xenu.ca/index.htm
So, CL, tell me something about yourself.
(c) Gerry Armstrong
Beverly Rice wrote:
> Gerry Armstrong wrote:
> > I believe, and have not been argued out of this belief in over four
> > years, that CL says what he says about me, and a bit of everything
> > else come to think of it, for the purpose of creating the illusion
> > that there is some group different from Scientology which hates me.
> Oh for Petes sake . . .
> it ~always~ has to be about ~you~!!!
> I could give a rats ass about the agendas of CL or you.
> The fact that is of interest is that the awareness of
> CST has been brought to light . . .
> and the only real relevance is that the next time
> RTC decides to bring a lawsuit against anybody for
> copyright or any other infringement that the party
> involved be aware of every entity the Hydra known
> as the Co$ has so they can have the opportunity to
> set ~all~ the heads of the Hydra on the chopping
> block, that is the only way to reach the "heart"
> of the matter.
> Again, the relevance is that it is not about CL,
> and it is not about you.
> All that shite is Dev-T gaming and positioning.
> Get out of the mind set that everything is always
> a DM plot about you, and that you are the center
> of that universe.
> The Co$ needs ~all~ of its corporate bodies that
> it has exposed, and how all of these come in to
> play, so a complete overview can be seen, this is
> to the advantage of all, and CST happens to be
> one of those corporate bodies.
> The rest of the silliness you all can play out
> amongst yourselves.
> ARC = As-Ising the CST, Co$, and all Corporate
> Bodies involved in the fraud, lies, deception,
> abuse, intimidation and criminal actions of
> this farce of a religion,
I agree with you that it has been nice to see these corporate documents.
But ever since CL and the others appeared, I have been struck by the absolute perfect lack of humanity they all exhibit. They are polished disciplined warriors in service to some mission. They are way too polished.
Unless we are talking about mathematics or the like, I want to know where people are coming from before I buy into their arguments -- especially when the sources are anonymous and too polished to ever let their guard down. And this goes for each and every single last one of them, including Tenyaka and Cambridge and a lot of anons.
I have observed that CL and the gang have reserved their strongest venom for Gerry Armstrong, Stacy Brooks, Robert Vaughn Young, and Chris Owen. These are people who have been very courageous in exposing evil. I like these people and want to see them nurtured and supported, not attacked viciously. I don't like people who make a point of bullying freedom fighters from an anonymous position.
And what do CL and the gang support? There are only two consistent themes. One is the CST is everything, and anyone who believes otherwise is to be attacked harshly. Two is an op to discredit the reputations of the people with important insider knowledge: Gerry, Stacy, and RVY. (Chris Owen is added because his work on Ron the War hero is devastating to the cult.)
Why are they feeding us all this CST stuff, dribbling out another piece of paper or two every so often? The intensity of their apparent zeal to persuade us that the CST is everything immediately inspires skepticism.
I've observed how CL has cozied up to you in the last year, Bev, probably because you were a close friend of their #1 enemy Gerry. I hope to God that "ptsc" and Kady will not be lured into his arms. Both have been acting like shills for CL lately in the recent CST arguments.