Twenty-five years ago today

This is one of those monumental days in the Scientologists’ war on me, the day I signed their “settlement” contract twenty-five years ago. It could have ended the war, but the Scientologists desired, apparently uncontrollably or at any cost, to continue it, and by continuing it, to win it.

They had actually lost it, and they knew it. I knew it, my attorneys knew it, the media and public knew it. The Scientologists’ group agreement and nature, however, directs in such situations a “beingness” of sore loser. Hubbard set the standard by his actions and in scripture for application: “People attack Scientology, I never forget it, always even the score.” The sore losers had lost in 1986, but still wanted to win to even some imaginary score.

Wikipedia has a good description of sore losers and Scientologists:

Sportsmanship is an aspiration or ethos that a sport or activity will be enjoyed for its own sake, with proper consideration for fairness, ethics, respect, and a sense of fellowship with one’s competitors. A sore loser refers to one who does not take defeat well, whereas a good sport means being a “good winner” as well as being a “good loser”.

Sportsmanship can be conceptualized as an enduring and relatively stable characteristic or disposition such that individuals differ in the way they are generally expected to behave in sport situations. In general, sportsmanship refers to virtues such as fairness, self-control, courage, and persistence, and has been associated with interpersonal concepts of treating others and being treated fairly, maintaining self-control in dealing with others, and respect for both authority and opponents.

A competitor who exhibits poor sportsmanship after losing a game or contest is often called a “sore loser” (those who show poor sportsmanship after winning are typically called “bad winners”). Sore loser behavior includes blaming others for the loss, not taking responsibility for personal actions that contributed to the defeat, reacting to the loss in an immature or improper fashion, making excuses for the defeat, and citing unfavorable conditions or other petty issues as reasons for the defeat.[4][5] A bad winner acts in a shallow fashion after their victory, such as gloating about his or her win, rubbing the win in the face of opponents, and lowering the opponent’s self-esteem by constantly reminding them of how “poorly” they performed in comparison (even if they competed well).

If the Scientologists were not such overarching sore losers, they would simply have done the decent, social thing, and been gracious or good losers. They would have settled with me to dismiss my pending legal claims, and told the truth they knew about me where they had been lying. They would also have told the truth they knew about Hubbard and about themselves and their thoughts and actions. At a minimum, they would have stayed silent.  But that’s not what for Scientologists keeps sore losing working.

So they came up with a scheme that they thought would allow them to still win against me even though they’d long since lost. For years, under both the Hubbard and the Miscavige regimes, they fair gamed my attorney mercilessly; and finally they forced or sucked him into their conspiracy to get me to sign their contract and desert me. This document, according to the Scientologists, and the courts they got to go along with this unlawful deprivation of rights, permits the Scientologists to fair game me, but prohibits me from defending myself and my class and punishes me with obscene penalties if I do defend myself or others of my class, a clear, persecuted minority. The Scientologists’ contract unlawfully and inexcusably deprives me of basic human rights, notably and most ironically the freedom of religion.

It is a contract made, used and enforced by scientolopaths for psychopathic purposes. Sore losing, with the complementary compelled winning, is a well-recognized manifestation of psychopathy. The contract is essentially a license for the Scientologists to fair game me, and to fair game people who associate with me.

It is proper to call it the Scientologists’ contract because they made it, and they made virtually every Scientologist a “beneficiary” and a “party” in it and in the efforts to enforce it. The Scientologists, and their collaborators who support their sore-losing, black PR me as the source of their beneficiariness in their own unconscionable contract. This is willfully egregious sore losing, however, because the Scientologists made themselves beneficiaries and truly have no one but themselves to blame. They paid attorneys, PIs and known criminals enormous sums of money to be able to make themselves beneficiaries of their own evil intentions, actions and documents.

Any Scientologists, moreover, could have removed themselves as beneficiaries at any time over the past twenty-five years, and none have. When Scientologists honestly stop calling themselves Scientologists, are re-established as wogs, and stop doing the Scientologists’ bidding or executing their command intention, such nouveau-wogs also stop being legal beneficiaries in the Scientologists’ war on me and persons acting in concert with me. This is such a virtual absolute that it’s proper to view Scientologists as willing participants in a criminal conspiracy against my rights, and the rights of persons acting in concert with me.

The Scientologists’ current fair game campaign also black PRs me for “selling out” to themselves, that is, doing some alleged evil that they insisted I do. This too is a dramatization of the Scientologists’ compulsive sore-loserism. They should simply, graciously acknowledge that the contractual conditions that they seek to enforce are unlawful; that the orders enforcing the unlawful conditions are unlawful; that they were stupid to have concocted such an evil contract; that their use and enforcement of the contract to suppress my and others’ human rights over the past 25 years is sadistic and indefensible; and that they should thank God they got to confront these truths as quickly and efficiently as they have. Instead, the Scientologists and their collaborators have kept charging, kept attacking me and anyone who would stand with me against them, a bunch of scandalously sore losers.

I answered some of the Scientologists’ recent black PR on me that relates to their contract in a post on my site on September 3 this year, and in a discussion in Berlin on September 17, which Anonymous kindly videoed.

On December 12 it will be thirty years since I left Scientology and stopped calling or considering myself a Scientologist. That’s the start of the Scientologists’ war on me as a wog.

They should have ended their war the day they started it. But certainly on December 6, 1986, they should have ended their war as they claimed they were doing. They should have settled our conflict as legal settlements are intended to do. The Scientologists, instead, committed a crime on that day and it is a crime they commit continuously to this day. Even in a cult of the sorest of sore losers, however, God can reach any heart and this ongoing crime can be stopped.

I had already endured over twelve years of abuse as a Scientologist, and five years of abuse as a wog target of the Scientologists’ fair game operations. I was still standing, and ready to take my claims, experiences and knowledge before a judge, jury, the media and the public. I gave the Scientologists a generous deal and was gracious in victory, a good winner. But the Scientologists are such insouciantly sore losers. So it’s been twenty-five more years of their abuse. And I’m still standing and ready to take my claims, experiences and knowledge before a judge, jury, the media and the public.