Scientology Working Its Subversion Tech

Hubbard conducted The State of Man Congress in Washington DC in January 1960, giving nine lectures over three days. The “technical bulletins” he published during that period focused on “responsibility,” and on E-metered interrogations to get people’s crimes or “overts,” and their “withholds,” the times they withheld their overts. Hubbard called these interrogations “security checks” or “sec checks,” and interrogations where a number of Scientologists accuse someone, yell questions, and berate and threaten him are known in Scientology as “gang bang sec checks.” Hubbard claimed in his first day of lectures in the State of Man series that he could now “clear” people on all their “dynamics,” and what made this possible was their increased responsibility produced by sec checking them for their O/Ws.

Hubbard talked and wrote a lot about “honesty” during that period, making all sorts of high-sounding pronouncements such as “Freedom is for honest people;” “To protect dishonest people is to condemn them to their own hells;” and “To be free a man must be honest with himself and his fellows.” (Ref. HCOB 8 February 1960, “Honest People Have Rights Too.”) Yet Hubbard was a judicially declared “pathological liar,” who never got honest with himself or his fellows throughout his whole lifetime. His replacement as Scientology cult head David Miscavige, while subjecting his juniors, as Hubbard did, to sec checks and gang bangs, is also a willful and horrendous liar. Scientology itself is so dishonest as an organization that lying is recognized almost universally as its central sacrament.

In his lecture of 3 Jan 1960 “Zones of Control and Responsibility of Governments” Hubbard laid out a scheme of using the theme of “honesty” to set up a front group, with a “corny” name like “Citizens Purity League,” which would con police departments into permitting Scientology sec checkers to interrogate their personnel. The pretext was to be “people are entitled to an honest government,” and the goals were to recruit the police as “preclears,” get their overts and withholds, and charge them money. Hubbard stated that police departments were to be this scheme’s or “gag’s” entrance point, because they’re the “point of corruption” and  would be used to stop Scientology.  The first police officers the cult he wanted Scientologists to target were “the vice squad.”

Now, this is just one of the things I had to cover; it’s not the whole of this immediate lecture at all. But I just had to tell you about the purity league gag! This is too good to keep. I-you’re very hard to withhold things from.

Now, I’m out-not outlining this as something we’re going to do instantly and immediately. I’m simply outlining this as something which is a good idea. That is to say, a funny idea, an idea that would be a little sport.

It would work like this: An auditor in his spare time would find out in his immediate city, something like that, who were the more important political figures. Or he would get hold of a salesman. That’s why I wanted you to get some salesmen into the PE [1], not because we wanted to teach all the salesmen in the world-but because it made a good communication line-but actually because I wanted you to have some people in your midst who were used to selling and handling people. See, personnel problem was what that came up from more than anything else.

All right. Now supposing-supposing this auditor got ahold of one of these salesmen and he gave them a list of these men, and he gave him some stationery, you know, and an address. And across the top of it, it said the Citizens’ Purity League. I just love the title. It’s just too corny for words, see?

And he gets the salesman to go around and call on all these prominent civic leaders, you see, and lend their name to an advisory board of the Citizens’ Purity League. And then you add all those to the stationery, see? It isn’t costing anything so far, you see? What an overt act, you know?

And the literature of this Citizens’ Purity League-I love that title. It- just-nothing is that corny! And it says that honest people are entitled to an honest government. And that’s all it stands for, you see? And it says that a people are entitled to a government or to being governed by honest men. And everybody will go for this! Good roads, good weather, naturally! Naturally, a people are entitled to an honest government, you see? But that’s its whole message.

And the Citizens’ Purity League, now with all these advisory committee names, you see, which list every civic leader in the whole community, writes a letter-and this is the department you have to tackle first-to the chief of police on this stationery, saying you want to make a Security Check (give him your literature) on his personnel-not on him, on his personnel. You want to check over the heads of his departments and things like that, so that you can guarantee this sort of thing.

Well now, one of two things happens: Fascism takes place overnight or he cooperates. See, it gets to be an open-and-shut proposition. It’s either this one or this one and there’s not much in between. But of course he says-he looks at all these prominent names, and you go in and you talk to him.

And he says, “Well,” he says, “um-hmm-hmm. It’s very unusual-ahem– very unusual request you’re making here. Very unusual request. What do you intend to do?”

“Oh, just talk to these men and check them over from the standpoint of record, you know, so as to give them a clean bill of health for this.”

And he’s thinking all the time usually, you know, about, “I wonder how much percentage these guys are holding out on me,” you know? “I wonder if there’s a crook in the lot here that’s denying me my percentage.”

Well, if he refuses, he knows what you’re going to do. You’re going to write every single member of your advisory committee; you’re going to say the chief of police refuses completely to cooperate with any Security Check on his departmental personnel. Of course, you know what that means-there’ll be a new chief of police in there at once. Because that’s one thing civic leaders are able to do: change chiefs of police.

So the chances are he’ll say, “Well, go ahead. Go ahead.”

So, you take-of course, the first one you want is the vice squad. And you just takes your little E-Meter and you just check over the vice squad for overts and withhold, and what you’re looking for is unreported crimes by the person. Well, of course, as soon as the word gets around, practically everybody in the police department that couldn’t stand a Security Check blows. Pshew! That mechanism will work right now, see?

So you simply call a meeting of your advisory committee or write them all a letter-never hold meetings of them-just write them all a letter in a bulletin and say, “Well, we’ve gotten rid of so many people because they had unsavory reputations and they’re being replaced by more reliable men.” And this committee says, “Fine. The Citizens’ Purity League is working beautifully and we are getting a purer government and three cheers,” see?

So that’s fine. And it gets up to a point now where you turn around to the chief of police-it must be the police department, because that’s the department that would be used to stop you. That must be the first entrance point. Always the police. They’re the point of corruption. They’re the point that a revolution takes place in. Remember that, always, you see? So if you clean them up first, you can keep from precipitating something very bad.

Now, these people, of course, are all very interested now that the police department has been checked up and-checked out and everything is very happy in the town of whatever it is.

And you turn around to the chief and you say, “Well now, we want to check you out.”

And he goes through this, “Well, I can tell him-oh, no, wait a minute now. Oh, no, not that one!” You know, he goes through this, “My life is an open-um-my life is-uh-my life bears inspection. I’m not on any criminal file-well, not in this area.”

But here’s the point: You’re not trying to fire these people. What you’re trying to do is get preclears. Interesting gag, isn’t it?

You check over the head of the homicide division and you find the head of the homicide division has been taking a little bit of a cut on the side-here, there, something of this sort. You find this, you don’t instantly say, “Well, this is going to be reported, and you’re going to be shot from guns.” You’re going to say, “Get your nose clean, son. It’s going to cost you money.”

And then the word gets around that you actually charge people for straightening them up and that “this is a method of revenue and a gag and a racket.” Your answer to that is instantaneously-instantaneously you say, “What? The people must be paid to straighten up the dishonesty of men who should have been honest in the first place. Make those men pay!”

And everybody will say, “That”-in the advisory committee-“that’s absolutely right. Absolutely right. Why should the people pay?”

This is just a gag. This is an interesting gag. But some such operation could open the door to responsible governments over the whole face of Earth and move away the specter of overthrow, by violence and criminality, the peoples of Earth and further degradation of their liberties as has been going on for the last few centuries. Would work. Think it over.

Of course, you get the accounts department and you get the other department and you finally work up to this person or that person, so forth. You could check-an auditor just could be kept busy day and night, just doing something like this and having a ball.

Now, if you started in on a program of this character and it was successful, you’d have to depend upon the PE franchises, you’d have to depend on these foundations to furnish enough people to be trained as auditors to meet the demand for auditors. So we’ve even got that side of it covered if something like this really happened rapidly.

Now, it’s not very much to ask people to simply be honest, whatever their principles are-simply to be honest in their execution. And simply to demand that honest people deserve honest men in government roles. That’s not very much to demand.

But you’d change the whole face of Earth. You would. And you’d make good something they were trying to do in 1775, which was strike off the chains of the world.

Now, I think it’s time somebody took an interest in that program again. I don’t think it ought to be left down here in the Capitol rotunda, forgotten, while a bunch of fellows go storming around the world from some other nation, telling them they’re the men that are setting men free. When did Russia ever set any men free? From what prison camp? They’ve still got their prisoners of war from the last war. And these fellows are allowed to go around the world and talk with their big mouths and say that they’re the pioneers of freedom? Oh, no. What corn. It’s not true.

So if this country measured up to its total responsibilities, it would first have a totally honest government, at every level, and then would have a total responsibility for everything it started in the idea which it fostered out along the line so long ago. Do you agree with me?

Audience: Yes.

We are not helpless. There is something we can do about it. We can tell you the wrong thing to do always. That’s nothing. Nothing is the greatest overt act you can commit. If you don’t believe it, run into it sometime in your case! The times you did nothing: Those were the overt acts.

Well, we needn’t be guilty of it in this particular lifetime, because you’ve got just as big a share in this as I have, as anybody has.

And with your knowingness goes a certain increased responsibility. That’s a terrible thing, isn’t it? You say, “Well, I want to know more about this.” The second you know more about it, you’re more responsible for it. Do you realize that?

And when you’re in my boots and know all about it, and have since the beginning, you’ve really got a lot of responsibility to carry around.
— Lecture 3 Jan 1960: Zones of Control And Responsibility Of Governments by L. Ron Hubbard

[1] PE: short for Personal Efficiency Course. See PE Course in this glossary. That’s why I wanted you to get some salesmen into the PE, not because we wanted to teach all the salesmen in the world -but because it made a good communication line -but actually because I wanted you to have some people in your midst who were used to selling and handling people. -Zones of Control and Responsibility of Governments (3 Jan. 60)

PE Course: abbreviation for Personal .Efficiency Course: an introductory course for new Scientologists which contained lectures, communication drills and auditing. See also auditing in this glossary. That, by the way, is quite a killer as a Group Process, if you want to run Group Processing into any PE Course or anything like that that you have anything to do with and so forth. – Group Auditing Session (2 Jan. 60)

auditing: the application of Dianetics and/or Scientology processes and procedures to individuals for their betterment. The exact definition of auditing is: the action of asking a person a question (which he can understand and answer), getting an answer to that question and acknowledging him for that answer. Also called processing. “Oh well, let’s see, now, if I get some auditing-if I get some auditing, well, I don’t necessarily have to give up any of these withholds because I’m dangerous.” -Overts and Withholds (1 Jan. 60)
State of Congress Lectures Transcripts & Glossary

In reality, auditing is not the application of anything to individuals for their benefit, and certainly not for society’s benefit. Auditing is for the benefit of Scientology and the person controlling it – Hubbard, and now Miscavige. Any auditing, moreover, is worse than no auditing, being actually harmful to society, the person being audited, and his family, friends, associates and finances.

Dramatizing his pathological humbuggery and gargantuan hypocrisy, Hubbard published a handout for the PE Course in 1961 that is full of appalling lies, which he told for the evil purpose of luring people into his cult’s clutches.

It is very difficult for most people to conceive of someone who talked and wrote so much about the value of honesty being so monstrously dishonest. Hubbard, moreover, knew exactly what he was doing with his pertinacious lying, writing in HCOB 29 July 1963 “Scientology Review:”

Exactly where are we technically, personally and organizationally?

[…] On the various [present time problems] of Scientology we have had some very significant wins as follows:


Incredulity of our data and validity. This is our finest asset and gives us more protection than any other single asset.

Hubbard was, just as Miscavige is, clearly not quite as brilliant or as literate as he projected, and undoubtedly means the “incredibility,” or “incredibleness” of his data that was his cult’s “finest asset” and greatest “protection.” What a justification for their lying!

See also: State of Man Congress: Something to Hide?

Despite Hubbard’s acknowledgement of the corniness of the name for the front group in his scheme to subvert the police — “Citizens Purity League” – the cult apparently used that very name in the 1960’s for such a front in Australia. Sociologist Roy Wallis reported on the Citizens Purity League, as well as other cult fronts in his 1976 book The Road to Total Freedom: A Sociological Analysis of Scientology:

Another technique employed from time to time was that of establishing a committee or society, whose leading personnel would always, covertly, be Scientologists, which would concern itself with public morality, mental health, the state of the nation, or some other public issue. An Australian example was the formation of a Citizen’s Purity League in Melbourne inaugurated by a Scientologist who heard of the idea on one of Hubbard’s tapes.[1] Its executive committee was composed of HASI members, but the links with Scientology were not publicized. A campaign was started to secure public membership and support on morality issues.

The aim of this Citizens’ Purity League would be to reach a point of prestige and influence in the community that would enable it to carry out a plan of clearing, first the State Police Force, and then those engaged in the governing of the State of Victoria. [2]

Such tactics are said to have been employed in more recent years. Informants allege that the Scientology leadership indirectly organized a ‘Loyalty Petition to Parliament’ in the late 1960s which advocated that psychiatrists, psychologists and psychotherapists declare before a Justice of the Peace that they were neither in the pay of foreign governments nor members of any movement or party which aimed to subvert the Constitution and Parliament of Great Britain. Several thousand signatures of members of the public were secured, but it was found that the Petition was not drawn up in a form proper for parliamentary presentation.[3]

Interview respondents have also alleged that they were encouraged to form committees with high-minded titles for promotional purposes. The aim of such committees was to create a political lobby to promote the publication of material in the press related to such issues as the ‘evils of psychiatry’, ‘brutality in mental hospitals’, ‘communism’, and other issues on which the Scientology leadership had expressed a position. Whenever possible, prominent public figures unconnected with Scientology were approached to join the roster of patrons for such committees and associations. One such body, known as the Association for Health Development and Aid, among whose patrons, executive and consultant doctors were a number of Scientologists, managed briefly to secure the support of the Bishop of Southwark.[4]

Other committees and associations clearly have a more specific and ad hoc purpose. One explored by the News of the World was entitled the Citizens’ Press Association. The group was established after reports concerning Scientology appeared in the News of the World, and sought to secure the support of other
1 Mary Sue Hubbard, HCO Newsletter, 14 April 1961.
2 Ibid.
3  Interview.
4 Rolph, op. cit., pp. 53-4; Letter to the author from the Bishop of Southwark.

‘victims’ of this paper for the introduction of legislation to ‘cope with these papers and prevent any further wrongs being committed’. [1] No association with Scientology was indicated in the letter from the Citizens’ Press Association although a spokesman for Scientology later admitted to News of the  World reporters, ‘that this was one of our ideas . . .'[2]

As well as such covert organizations, Scientology openly sponsors or assists a variety of organizations engaged in pressure-group or welfare activities.[3] A major pressure group openly supported by the Church of Scientology and predominantly composed of Scientologists is the Citizens’ Commission for Human Rights. This organization seeks to bring pressure to bear on administrators of mental hospitals and members of government, by direct means and through press reports, to improve conditions in mental hospitals, protest against involuntary committal, physical and psychopharmacological modes of treatment psychosurgery, and what are referred to generically as ‘psychiatric atrocities’.

A prominent welfare organization sponsored by the Church is Narconon which operates a drug programme employing Scientology techniques. It claims a very high rate of success, and official support in America and Scandinavia. Letters from various addiction facilities and prisons, in reply to my requests for information, indicated that Narconon was generally admitted to such facilities on the same basis as other community-based, volunteer, self-help groups. Replies were received from eight facilities in the USA listed in a Scientology publication as ‘supporting’ the Narconon programme. Four indicated that the programme was in operation and received unqualified support, as did most other volunteer self-help groups. Three indicated that the programme had met with little success and had died of attrition, while the final reply indicated that the programme had been cancelled some time previously by the prison director.[4] (This may not, however, be a true reflection of the status of Narconon. The City of Los Angeles, for example, recognized Narconon’s contribution in a ‘Resolution’ which highly commended its efforts in twenty-five programmes, half of which were in penal institutions, and which had ‘achieved remarkable success, in that 85 per cent of those in the program released on parole have no further involvement in the criminal justice system . . .’)[5]

1 Letter from Citizens’ Press Association cited in News of the World, 24 August 1969.
2 Ibid.
3  Such front groups and organizations are not uncommon among more recent sectarian movements. On the front groups of the Japanese manipulationist sect Soka Gakkai, see James W. White, The Sokagakkai and Mass Society (Stanford University Press, Stanford, California, 1970), p. 113. On those of the Communist Party, see Philip Selznick, The Organisational Weapon (Free Press, New York, 1952), pp. 27, 114. On those of the Nazi Party, see William Ebenstein, The Nazi State (Farrar & Rinehart, New York, 1943), p. 59.
4 Letters to the author,
5  ‘Resolution’ adopted by the Council of the City of Los Angeles, 1 March 1974, copy made available by the Church of Scientology.

A further welfare organization associated with the Church is Applied Scholastics Inc, the aim of which is said to be to provide an educational programme for slow learners or potential educational dropouts. This programme also employs Scientology techniques.[1] The Church of Scientology supplied, in a letter to the author, the names of a number of US educational establishments in which the programme was said to be operating. Not all of these could be traced. Of five such institutions approached, four could not trace any programme in association with Applied Scholastics – although the programme may have been operating on an unofficial basis. The fifth institution located ‘an informal program’.[2]

Scientology’s most vocal social involvement is in its campaign against orthodox psychiatry and the methods which it currently employs. To promote this campaign, a ‘newspaper’, Freedom, was established in 1968. It concentrated on vilifying psychiatrists; attacking the practices of mental hospitals; and impugning the motives of supporters and leaders of the mental health movement and its organizations, such as the National Association for Mental Health.[3]

The Scientology movement secured a great deal of publicity when its members began demonstrating outside the offices of the National Association for Mental Health with banners reading, ‘Psychiatrists maim and kill’ and ‘Buy your meat from a psychiatrist'[4] during early 1969, and when later that year it was discovered that between 200 to 300 Scientologists had secured membership in the NAMH [5] The enormous increase in applications to the NAMH does not appear to have merited attention until, shortly before the scheduled Annual General Meeting in November, nominations began arriving for office in the NAMH which included known Scientologists such as David Gaiman, an Assistant Guardian of the Church, who was nominated for the office of Chairman of the NAMH. The Association hastily insisted on the resignation of over 300 recently admitted members, rendering them ineligible for attendance at the Annual General Meeting, and a lengthy period of litigation ensued, in which the Scientologists sought reinstatement. Their actions to this end proved unsuccessful.[6]

1 See the Basic Study Manual, compiled from the works of L. Ron Hubbard (Applied Scholastics Inc, Los Angeles, 1972).
2 Letters to the author.
3  Such attacks led to the settlement of a libel action in favour of Kenneth Robinson as a result of his suit over a Freedom article.
4 G. H. Rolph, Believe What You Like (Andre Deutsch, London, 1973), pp. 52, 102.
5  Ibid., p. 102.
6  Ibid., passim. The Scientologists’ version of these events is the subject of David R. Dalton, Two Disparate Philosophies (Regency Press, London, 1973). See also my review of this work ‘Convert or Subvert’, The Spectator (29 December 1973). The Scientologists’ arguments are also rehearsed in Omar V. Garrison, The Hidden Story of Scientology (Arlington Books, London, 1974).
— The Road to Total Freedom A Sociological analysis of Scientology
by Roy Wallis ©1976 Roy Wallis

In the US, Scientology set up a front group with the same purpose, modus operandi and targets as the “Citizens Purity League,” and with an equally corny name — “American Citizens for Honesty in Government.”

From Scientologists Kept Files on ‘Enemies’ by By Ron Shaffer, Washington Post Staff, 16 May 1978:

After recent articles in The Post about their alleged activities, scientology spokesmen held rallies and put out news releases announcing that the organization had been “monitoring” government activities in order to find “government illegalities and cover-ups” and make them public.

The spokesmen announced the formation of a new group, American Citizens for Honesty in Government, and called on “every honest government employee” to report improprieties to the “ACHG Ethics Committee.’

From Shocked officials say they’ll fight by Debbie Winsor, Clearwater Sun Staff, 3 November 1979:

CLEARWATER – Church of Scientology documents released Thursday that outline the Scientologists’ intention to control or “take over” the city left local government officials wondering Friday how the group planned to reach that goal – and what the city should do about it.

Mayor Charles LeCher and City Manager Anthoney Shoemaker agreed the city’s first move is to seek copies of the documents released Thursday in Washington, D.C., by U.S. District Judge Charles R. Richey.


LeCher said the Scientologists have not intimidated or harassed him or any other commissioners. He said the group did tell him, however, that its American Citizens for Honesty in Government arm planned to investigate city officials.

“But they wouldn’t say how,” LeCher said. “I asked them how they would conduct such an investigation, and they wouldn’t tell me.”

“Everything seems to be falling into place. It annoys the hell out of me.”

Scientology spokesman Nancy Reitze denied that the organization ever investigated city officials.

The group did survey city residents, asking them whether they belive [sic] government to be corrupt. The overwhelming majority replied yes, she said.

Mark Dallara posted an index of Clearwater Police Department documents on Scientology that included the following entries which show some ways Scientology collects and uses intelligence:

7/9/78 St. Petersburg Times

“Scientologists Form Group to Investigate Investigators”

Scientologists form American Citizens for Honesty in Government to investigate abuses by federal investigative agencies.

11/7/78 Tampa Tribune

“Reward Is Offered Federal Tattletales”

American Citizens for Honesty in Government pass out flyers in front of the Federal Building in Tampa offering up to $10,000 to any government worker who supplies information leading to the conviction of corrupt government officials.

2/17/79 St. Petersburg Times

“Scientologists Query Staffers on Corruption”

American Citizens for Honesty in Government pass out fliers at City Hall seeking to ferret out official corruption. Church officials state this is part of a national effort and respond to Commissioner Tenney’s call for a congressional investigation into the church, calling him a “mini Gabe Cazares”

8/16/79 Clearwater Sun

“State Official: Scientology Group Out of Line”

Florida Transportation Secretary responds to demands from American Citizens for Honesty in Government that a former employee be prosecuted for destroying 374 boxes of D.O.T. studies and maps which were discarded during a 1975 cleanup.

The Clearwater PD reportedly stopped monitoring Scientology a few months before this November 1999 article which stated that the Chief of Police “said a major factor in his decision was the possibility of litigation against the city by the church. He said he felt an obligation to protect the city from that threat.”

By January 2000, according to this March 11 2001 St. Pete Times article and this  March 22, 2001 St. Pete Times editorial, Scientology was paying uniformed Clearwater Police officers to work for the cult as security personnel, sanctioned by the Chief of Police

Watch Mark Bunker’s excellent documentary on the Clearwater Police and Scientology.

Scientology’s front group “Citizen’s Commission on Human Rights,” as Wallis writes, uses strategies similar to what Hubbard laid out for his “Citizens Purity League” to wage war on the mental health field. Following is the list of CCHR’s claimed current “board of advisors,” or “commissioners” from the cult’s web site:

Founding Commissioner

Thomas Szasz, Professor of Psychiatry Emeritus, State University of New York Health Science Center.

Board Member

Isadore M. Chait

Science, Medicine & Health

Rohit Adi, M.D., diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine. He has been practicing Emergency Medicine since 1993 and now serves as the assistant director of a level II trauma center, U.S.

Ivan Alfonso, M.D., doctor of internal medicine, Columbia.

Garland Allen, professor of biology, with research interests in the history and philosophy of biology, U.S.

Giorgio Antonucci, M.D., medical doctor and author from Italy, who worked in Imola psychiatric institution with “schizophrenic” patients that he treated drug-free, enabling them to be discharged and to work in the community without the hindrance of psychiatric labels and drugs, U.S.

Ann Auburn, D.O., natural health practitioner and Chairman of the Osteopathic Medical Board of Michigan, U.S.

Mark Barber, D.D.S., dentist and researcher, U.S.

Lisa Bazler, B.A., M.A., psychologist, co-author of Psychology Debunked.

Ryan Bazler, B.S. in electrical engineering, co-author of Psychology Debunked, co-founder with his wife, Lisa, of the Christian Backpacking Youth Ministry for six years, U.S.

Shelley Beckmann, Ph.D., microbiologist and researcher, U.S.

Lisa Benest, M.D., dermatologist, U.S.

Peter Bennet, retired police superintendent with a diploma in Criminology. He is now an expert on environmental/toxic effects on child behavior, UK.

Mary Ann Block, D.O., licensed osteopathic physician, medical director of The Block Center in Dallas, Texas, author of No More ADHD, U.S.

John Breeding, Ph.D., psychologist, director of Texans for Safe Education and author of The Wildest Colts Make the Best Horses and The Necessity of Madness and Unproductivity: Psychiatric Oppression or Human Transformation, U.S.

Lisa Cain, associate professor of psychology, U.S.

Anthony Castiglia, M.D., physician and member of the American College for Advancement in Medicine, U.S.

Roberto Cestari, M.D., general medical practitioner, author and president of CCHR Italy.

James Chappell, D.C., N.D., Ph.D., doctor of chiropractic, naturopathic doctor, clinical nutritionist and author of the book, A Promise Made, A Promise Kept: Son’s Quest for the Cause and Cure of Diabetes, U.S.

Beth Clay, president BCGA International, LLC, an integral health consulting and government relations firm, U.S.

Bishop David Cooper, president, the Spanish Orthodox Church and professor of nursing, U.S.

Jesus Corona, psychologist, Mexico.

Javier Hernandez Covarrabias, medical doctor – ear, nose and throat specialist.

Ann Y. Coxon, M.B., B.S., neurologist practicing in Harley Street, London, UK.

Moira Dolan, M.D., Texas general medical practitioner and researcher who has testified against electroshock and other psychiatric practices, U.S.

Mary Ann Durham B.S., pharmacologist, U.S.

Dan Edmunds E.D.D., psychotherapist, consultant and lecturer, U.S.

David Egner, Ph.D., child psychologist and former special education director, U.S.

Seth Farber, Ph.D. psychologist, author and founder of the Network Against Coercive Psychiatry, U.S.

Mark Filidei, D.O., medical director of the Whitaker Wellness Center in California, U.S.

Nicolas Franceschetti, M.D., ophthalmologist, Switzerland.

Marta Garbos, Psy.D., psychologist, U.S.

Howard Glasser, M.A., executive director of the Children’s Success Foundation, psychologist and author, U.S.

Patti Guliano, D.C., chiropractor, U.S.

Edward C. Hamlyn, M.D., a founding member of the Royal College of General Practitioners, medical doctor with the International Allergy Testing Center, UK.

Brett Hartman, Psy.D., clinical psychologist and author of Hammerhead 84: A Memoir of Persistence about his own experiences being subjected to psychiatric “treatment” as a high school graduate, overcoming this without drugs, U.S.

Lawrence B. Hooper, M.D., medical doctor specializing in Family Practice, U.S.

Joseph Isaac, clinical psychologist, India.

Georgia Janisch, R.D., registered dietician, who treats mental and emotional problems without the use of psychiatric drugs, U.S.

Derek Johnson, natural health practitioner, South Africa.

Jonathan Kalman, N.D. naturopathic doctor, U.S.

Marguerite Kay, M.D., medical doctor specializing in internal medicine, U.S.

Peter Kervorkian, D.C., chiropractor, U.S.

Oleg Khilkevich, professor of nursing, U.S.

Kenichi Kozu, Ph.D., chief exectutive officer of the U.S. non-profit corporation, Society of Preventive and Alternative Medicine, Japan.

Eric Lambert, pharmacist and past president of the West Virginia Pharmacists Association, U.S.

Anna Law, M.D., emergency room physician, UK.

Richard Lippin, M.D., occupational medicine, U.S.

OTan Logi, former psychotherapist, U.S.

Bari Maddock, Ph.D., holistic psychologist, U.S.

Lloyd McPhee, U.S. health insurance agent opposed to mandated mental health parity and any regulation forcing insurance carriers to cover psychiatric treatment.

Joan Mathews-Larson, Ph.D., founder of Health Recovery Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.

Coleen Maulfair, executive director of Maulfair Medical Center, U.S.

Conrad Maulfair, D.O., doctor of osteopathy, founder of Maulfair Medical Center in Topton, Penns., U.S.

Clinton Ray Miller, lobbyist for alternative health, U.S.

Robert Morgan, Ph.D., psychologist, U.S.

Craig Newnes, consultant clinical psychologist and editor of the Journal of Critical Psychology, Counseling and Psychotherapy, UK.

Gina Nick, N.M.D., head of Dr. Gina Nick’s Medical Practice and president of the California Naturopathic Doctors Association, U.S.

Gwen Olsen, former pharmaceutical company sales representative and author of the book, Confessions of an Rx Drug Pusher – God’s Call to Loving Arms, U.S.

Mary Jo Pagel, M.D. graduated from the University of Texas Medical Branch with honors in cardiology. She is a specialist in Internal Medicine and Preventative and Industrial Medicine.

Steve Plog, founder and CEO of the Results Project, U.S.

Vladimir Pshizov, M.D. psychiatrist who wrote two books about Soviet punitive psychiatry and is a practicing psychiatrist from the Commonwealth of Independent States, CIS.

Lawrence Retief, M.D., family practitioner who helped expose apartheid psychiatric practices, South Africa

Franklin H. Ross, M.D., medical doctor specializing in wellness, U.S.

Megan Shields, M.D., family practitioner from California, U.S.

Allan Sosin, M.D., Medical Director of the Institute for Progressive Medicine, U.S.

David Stein, professor of criminal justice at Virginia State University, U.S.

Ram Tamang, director of Ayurvedic medical clinic, U.S.

David Tanton, Ph.D., graduated with honors from Clayton Natural Healing with a Ph.D. in holistic nutrition and is founder and research director of Soaring Heights Longevity Research Center, U.S.

William Tutman, Ph.D., former clinical psychologist and executive of the Campaign to Stop the Federal Violence Initiative, a 1990s plan by psychiatrists, funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, to drug African American youth and other minorities, U.S.

Tony Urbanek, M.D., D.D.S., prior fellowship with the National Institutes of Health, and an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, U.S.

Margarethe von Beck, Doctor of Literature and Philosophy, South Africa.

Wanda von Kleist, Ph.D., psychologist, U.S.

Julian Whitaker, M.D., is the founder of the Whitaker Wellness Center in California and a popular speaker and lecturer. Dr. Whitaker is the author of the widely read newsletter Health and Healing, U.S.

Spice Williams-Crosby, BSc, MFS, CFT, [Master of Fitness Sciences, Certified Fitness Trainer], actress, stuntwoman, nutritional counselor and human rights activist, U.S.

Michael Wisner, environmental health activist and author of Living Healthy in a Toxic World, U.S.

Sergej Zapuskalov, M.D., former Soviet psychiatrist who rejected psychiatry when communism ended, CIS.

Politics & Law

Jose Francisco Aguirre, attorney, Mexico.

State Rep. Russell Albert (NH), sponsored bill against ECT, U.S.

Lewis Bass, M.S, J.D., attorney, U.S.

Timothy Bowles, Esq., attorney, U.S.

Robert Butcher, barrister and solicitor, Australia.

Robert E. Byron, LLC, attorney, U.S.

Lars Engstrand, attorney, Sweden

Sandro Garcia Rojas, attorney and expert on international law, Mexico.

Guillermo Guzman de la Garza, Director of Extraditions and International Judicial Matters of the Attorney General’s office for Nuevo Leon, Mexico.

Steven Hayes, attorney, U.S.

Gregory Hession, Esq., attorney, U.S.

State Sen. Karen Johnson (Az), chairperson of the Family Services Committee, member of the Appropriations and Finance Committees, co-chair of the Joint Legislative Committee on Children and Family Services, U.S.

Erik Langeland, attorney, U.S.

Leonid Lemberick, Esq., attorney, CIS.

Vladimir Leonov, M.P., member of Parliament of Leningradsky region of CIS.

Lev Levinson, legal advocate, CIS.

Doug Linde, Esq., attorney, U.S.

Jonathan W. Lubell, LL.B. Harvard Law School (magna cum laude), former president of the National Lawyers Guild, New York City Chapter, and attorney for the National Task Force for Cointelpro Litigation and Research, U.S.

Kendrick Moxon, Esq., attorney, U.S.

Rep. Curtis Oda, state representative, Utah, and insurance agent, U.S.

Col. Stanislav Pylov, director of personnel for the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, CIS

State Rep. Guadalupe Rodriguez, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.

Timothy Rosen, attorney, U.S.

Steven Russell, Esq., attorney, Utah, U.S.

Rep. Aaron Tilton, state representative, Utah, U.S.

Rep. Mark Thompson, former Arizona state representative, now attorney, U.S.

Rep. Michael Thompson, former state representative, Utah, U.S.

Rep. Matt Throckmorton, former state representative, Utah, U.S.

Arts & Entertainment

Kirstie Alley, Golden Globe and Emmy award winning actress, U.S.

Anne Archer, Academy-Award Nominated actress, U.S.

Jennifer Aspen, actor, U.S.

Catherine Bell, actor, U.S.

Dr. Wadell Brooks, Sr., radio host, “Community Focus”, U.S.

David Campbell, multi-platinum recording arranger, composer and musician, U.S.

Raven Kane Campbell, singer, composer and playwright, U.S.

Nancy Cartwright, Emmy Award-winning actress and voice-over artist, the “Voice of Bart Simpson.”

Kate Ceberano, five-time Platinum and four-time Gold Album recording artist, Australia.

Chick Corea, multi-Grammy Award winner, jazz composer and pianist, U.S.

Bodhi Elfman, actor, U.S.

Jenna Elfman, Golden Globe winning actress, U.S.

Cerise Fukuji, Producer, writer, U.S.

Isaac Hayes, Grammy award winning composer, musician, actor, U.S.

Donna Isham, manager, U.S.

Mark Isham, award winning composer, recording artist and instrumentalist.

Jason Lee, actor, U.S.

Geoff Levin, musician and composer, U.S.

Gordon Lewis, author, publisher, archivist, U.S.

Juliette Lewis, Academy and Golden Globe Award nominated actress, and singer/songwriter, U.S.

John Mappin, chairman and owner, United National Newspaper Group and Camelot Castle, England, U.K.

Jaime Maussan, investigative reporter, Mexico.

Jim Meskimen, actor, U.S.

Tamra Meskimen, actress.

Tariz Nasim, owner and publisher of Carvan Weekly and Radio Carvan, Canada.

Marisol Nichols, actress, U.S.

John Novello, keyboardist, composer, arranger, musical director and producer, U.S.

Kelly Patricia O’Meara, investigative reporter with the Insight Magazine and author of the book, Psyched Out, U.S.

David Pomeranz, multi-Platinum award winning recording artist and songwriter, U.S.

Kelly Preston, actor, U.S.

Carlos Ramirez, actor, U.S.

Leah Remini, actor, U.S.

Carina Rico, singer, Mexico.

Lee Rogers, actor, writer, director and producer, Australia.

Raul Rubio, newspaper reporter for El Regio, Mexico.

Harriet Schock, award-winning singer and songwriter, U.S.

Dennis Smith, the director of TV series JAG and Emmy-nominated Director of Photography, U.S.

Michelle Stafford, Emmy Award Winning Actress, U.S.

Micheal Walker, screenwriter, businessman and educational activist, U.S.

Cass Warner, President and Founder of Warner Sisters Productions, author, granddaughter of Harry Warner, President and Founder of Warner Bros. studios, U.S.

Miles Watkins, director, U.S.

Kelly Yaegermann, actress, producer, U.S.


Doctor Samuel Blumenfeld, former teacher, educator, author of 9 books on education, Homeschooling: A Parents Guide to Teaching Children, How to Tutor, The New Illiterates and NEA: The Trojan Horse, U.S.

Gleb Dubov, Ph.D., psychologist and educator, CIS.

Beverly Eakman, executive Director of the U.S. National Education Consortium, (author of Educating For The New World Order and Cloning of the American Mind: Eradicating Morality Through Education, U.S.

Antony Flew, professor of Philosophy, UK.

Wendy Ghiora, Ph.D., school principal, U.S.

Hector Herrera, professor and Assistant to the Secretary of Education of the State of Nuevo Leon, Mexico.

Wendy McCants-Thomas, founder of Victory Ranch Inc., a charter school which offers non drug outreach programs for children and, instead, providing literacy and education assessment, U.S.

Sonya Muhammad, M.S., Los Angeles County Office of Education and advocate for foster children, U.S.

James Paicopolos, licensed elementary teacher, school psychologist and school director, U.S.

Nickolai Pavlovsky, university lecturer in ethics, CIS.

Anatoli Prokopenko, archivist, historian and author, CIS.

Gayle Ruzicka, director of Eagle Forum, Utah, an educational and family rights organization, U.S.

Joel Turtel, psychologist, education policy analyst and author of Public Schools, Public Menace: How Public Schools Lie to Parents and Betray Our Children, U.S.

Shelley Ucinski, former School Board Member, New Hampshire, U.S.


Lawrence Anthony, environmentalist and businessman, South Africa.

Michael Baybak, businessman, California, U.S.

Phillip Brown, executive director of Global Business Incubation, U.S.

Luis Colon, CEO or MGE Inc., a management consulting group that has actively supported human rights causes, U.S.

Bob Duggan, businessman, California, U.S.

Joyce Gaines, CEO of United Merchant Services and co-owner of the Professional Business Bank, U.S.

James A. Mackie, businessman and mental health advocate, UK.

Cecilio Ramirez, businessman, U.S.

Sebastien Sainsbury, businessman, UK.

Roberto Santos, businessman, Mexico.


Pastor Michael Davis, Pentecostal minister, U.S.

Reverend Doctor Jim Nicholls, doctor of theology, founder of the television and radio program “The Voice of Freedom.” U.S.

Bishop Samuel V.J. Rowland, Chief Apostle of the new Bethel Apostolic Assembly, Inc. and Fellowship Mission, U.S.

Activists/Human Rights

Paul Bruhne, holocaust survivor, Germany.

Janice Hill, founder of the Janice Hill Foundation, UK.

Nedra Jones, vice president Silicon Valley chapter of the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People, U.S.

Elvira Manthey, author, holocaust survivor, Germany.

Sheila Matthews, founder of Ablechild, Parents for a Label and Drug Free Education, U.S.

Ishrat Nasim, President of the Canadian Asian Shelter for the Homeless, Canada.

Ghulam Abbas Sajan, member of the Ontario Human Rights Commission, Canada.

William Tower, California director of the American Family Rights Association, U.S.

Patricia Weathers, founder of Ablechild, Parents for a Label and Drug Free Education, U.S.

Charles Whittman, III, director of Advocates for Children and Families and a board member of the American Family Rights Association, U.S.

Allan Wohrnitz, BSc, national coordinator of the Children’s Rights Project, South Africa.

Lloyd Wyles, national executive director of the National Indigenous Human Rights Congress, Australia.

All of these individuals should be contacted and informed about the nature, the schemes and antisocial goals of the organization they’ve allowed their names be used to promote. All the other societies or groups these individuals come from or belong to should be contacted and informed about these individuals’ ill-advised support for the Scientology cult, its anti-mental health front group, its anti-intellectualism, its fraud, its sociopathy, and its criminality.

Scientology boss Miscavige’s head private investigator Eugene M. Ingram is a former Los Angeles Police Department vice squad sergeant. When LA PD Chief Daryl Gates stood up to Scientology and its vice squad PI Ingram, and refused completely to cooperate with the cult’s nefarious schemes, there was, as Hubbard postulated, “a new chief of police in there at once.” “Civic leaders” changed the chief of police.

In 1972, Hubbard and Scientology attempted to get their security checking scheme installed on a national level in Morocco. Sea Org missions fired from the Flagship “Apollo” to train Moroccan military intelligence personnel to use the E-meter to interrogate suspected traitors to King Hassan II. The Mission failed, a “shore flap” developed, and the cult’s missionaries and its other staff had to flee Morocco. See, e.g.,