On Sun, 15 Oct 2000 19:00:34 GMT, [email protected], Dan Bryenton, who ironically (although at the time suddenly and shockingly) assaulted me a year ago, provided an excellent teaching aid, when he wrote:
>By illegal was meant (as you well know, as we've discussed this
>previously) that you cannot get Scientology because you are on anti-
>depressant medication and are getting psych treatment or "counseling",
>as you called it.
To those of us who know $cientology to be a dangerous, deadly organization (an organization in which if I had not escaped I would surely have died) it isn't a matter of getting $cientology, but $cientology getting us.
We know how it can happen to anyone because it happened to us. Because it happened to us before, clearly it can happen to us again. And if it didn't happen to us it happened to someone just like us who could have been us if we would have been them. Being gotten by $cientology or its operators, licensees, directors, employees, agents and attorneys is an unpleasant, unnecessary experience.
We also now know, thanks to people who have somehow escaped $cientology's talons and told what they could remember of the mind-destroying operation, that $cientology won't take certain wogs (R). Their reasons for not taking wogs (R) are just as evil as their reasons for taking them; that is, money and power. But to wogs (R) who do not want to be taken, and in some cases (mine for example) taken again, by $cientology, these criteria are our souls' sole protections.
Dan Bryenton here mentions that a wog (R) cannot get $cientology (although, again, he really means $cientology can't get a wog (R)) who is on anti-depressant medication and getting psychotherapeutic treatment or counseling. But the criminal $cientology cult also won't get a wog ® (the first time they got me they kept me 12 1/2 years) if he's been drinking alcohol in the past 24 hours, or if he's smoked pot in the past week.
Not many of us are psych cases, so being on anti-depressants or getting psychotherapy is more than likely not an available option. It clearly would be impossible to con a psychotherapist into thinking that someone who wants protection from $cientology is crazy and needs to be anti-depressed. Obviously not everyone can drink every day; although, admittedly, most of those who do say that for them this works fine. But by far the best, safest, cheapest, holiest protection against $cientology, which virtually anyone with lips and a lung can obtain, is to smoke pot every week.
$cientology implies, and in places states categorically, that it doesn't take criminals, but that just isn't true. In fact it woos and coddles criminals, and even employs them as operation directors. But even if $cientology didn't take felons, a life of crime as protection is surely just as dangerous as psychotherapy; and even in wogprisons ® the implanters will still try to get the felonious wogs ® with their cover criminal operation Criminon.
A clear message to $cientology, a net oxygen producer, and an aesthetically pleasing addition to any home, is to grow a pot plant. I'm no horticulturalist, but I 'm sure there are web sites which will say how to get started. I think wearing hemp shirts, or even wearing ordinary cotton shirts or caps with hemp leaves just emblazoned on them, will also help prevent $cientology from getting just about any wog ®.
There is no credible evidence whatsoever that smoking pot once a week has ever harmed a wog (R), whereas there is overwhelming proof that wogs (R) who smoke pot once a week religiously will not be taken by $cientology. Tobacco smoking offers no protection whatsoever, and has, it can be concluded, negligible physical, psychological or spiritual benefit. Wogs ® can smoke 3 packs a day of any brand or type of tobacco; hell, they can smoke until they're blue in the face, and $cientology will still take them. In fact the criminal enterprisers running the $cientology operation support and reinforce tobacco smoking and addiction, even luring in tobacco smokers with the promise that smoking, according to L. Ron Hubbard, more tobacco, and not less, will cure their disease. But, though $cientology may get countless people who are dying from smoking tobacco every day, these criminal enterprisers won't keep you if you smoke pot, as seldom as once a week.
At present there are jurisdictions in which the authorities do not recognize the psychological, physical and spiritual threat that is $cientology. And there are so called authorities who do not recognize the psychological, physical and spiritual need for protection against $cientology. These authorities, and not just those whose duty it is to protect wogs ® against being taken in by $cientology, but legislators, bureaucrats, the whole law profession, media, educators, and health professionals, need to be educated on the danger that is $cientology, and on the rights of wogs ® to reasonable protections. Already there is considerable evidence that an as yet small number of legislators, bureaucrats, lawyers, educators, media celebrities and health professionals have been taken in by $cientology. And what is common among them all is that none of them smoke pot.
My own protection against $cientology getting me (and I think it can be agreed that they really are out to get me) is to trust in God. I believe that as long as I trust in God they'll never take me alive. As part of their scheme by which they get wogs ®, $cientology states, fallaciously of course, that in truth they do take wogs ® who trust in God. So the cult does all the things to get wogs ® who trust in God that it does to get wogs ® who don't trust in God. And, since wogs ® who trust in God look just like wogs ® who don't trust in God, $cientology to get anyone ® will, as they have to get me, fair game a poor trusting wog ® without reservation or limit.
Despite the fact that $cientology will do whatever it can to get wogs ® who trust in God, trusting in God really does work, because, although a trusting wog ® may be taken in, if he goes right on trusting God, the cult certainly won't keep him long. If a person's trust in God is shakey, or not even formed, the $cientology implanters will invalidate, suppress and destroy it, and then take the untrusting wog ® until they dispose of him, or her, one way or another.
It is safe to say that not everyone trusts in God, and equally safe to say that who trusts God is out of anyone's but God's Hands. So the great protection from $cientology of trusting God can be missing from perfectly good wogs' ® lives. For the protection of these untrusting souls, therefore, and even for those wogs ® who do trust in God but want every bit of protection He offers, it is best to smoke pot once a week, or at least grow a plant.
© Gerry Armstrong