On Fri, 26 Oct 2001 15:58:50 GMT, [email protected] (Human Rights Defense (ShyDavid)) wrote:
>When I expressed concern over Scientologist "Phil Chitester's"
>health and well-being, he publicly threatened to *MURDER* me. I
>will be sending a certified letter to the police department local
>to "Phil Chitester's" ISP stating that if I am found murdered
>they are to consider "Phil Chitester" a suspect: I will include a
>copy of the death threat against me in the letter.
>It may be a fine example of why Scientology is evil in that it
>creates a mind set that causes people to hate and threaten those
>who express concern and compassion towards them.
Yes indeed. In the $cientology program and in the Scientologists' minds, anyone showing any sign of sympathy is to be disposed of quietly and without sorrow. This insane, evil plan is so paramount in $cientology that it's considered by Scientologists religious "scripture." It is $cientology's basic-basic intention. It is something which *must* be done as command intention or the Scientologist refusing to obey will himself or herself be disposed of quietly and without sorrow.
Since the beginning of history, there has never been a more evil intention than that evil intention Hubbard implanted in Scientologists: to dispose of undesirable wogs (R) quietly and without sorrow. Any human being in grief, in terror, anxious, desperate, victimized, hopeless, apathetic or dying is to be disposed of quietly and without sorrow. What on earth is more evil than that?
No Scientologist has ever been able to produce a more evil intention toward mankind than the evil intention they embrace as "scripture:" to dispose of undesirable wogs (R) quietly and without sorrow.
Again I challenge every Scientologist. Is there anywhere an evil intention more evil than Hubbard's evil intention for you of disposing of undesirable wogs (R) quietly and without sorrow?
How can you stand being a Scientologist and enslaved to this evil intention?
And since you embrace this most evil of evil intentions, what beings on earth can possibly be more evil than you Scientologists are?
(c) Gerry Armstrong
> This appears to
>be the same mind set that allowed Lisa McPherson's captors to
>torture and kill her without any sadness, remorse, or pity