Ron the Conspiracy Lunatic
From Ron's Journal 1967:
"... I found after the southern African matter that it was vitally necessary that I isolate who it was on this planet that was attacking us. The attacks were all of the same pattern, they always followed the same newspaper routes, they always used the same type of parliamentary member and I thought that I had better look into this very thoroughly. The organisation ... employed several professional intelligence agents ... [who] looked into this matter for us and their results ... have told us all that we needed to know with regard to any enemy we have on this planet. Our enemies are less than twelve men. They are members of the Bank of England and other higher financial circles. They own and control newspaper chains and they, oddly enough, run all the mental health groups in the world that had sprung up.
L. Ron Hubbard's paranoia reached a fever pitch by mid-1951,
with his Dianetics Foundation beset by creditors, criticised
by the media and medical profession for its "quackery" and under
scrutiny for being a "psycho-sexual racket" (sic). He believed
that a sinister Communist conspiracy was behind his troubles.
At the time, he was having a sporadically passionate affair
with a pretty 20-year-old Dianeticist, Barbara Kaye, with whom
he was planning to elope. She soon realised that Ron was, in
her own words, "disturbed". In a 1986 interview, she said:
He was highly paranoid and would be rushing along the street with me and I would say, "Why are you walking so fast?" He'd look over his shoulder and say, "Don't you know what it's like to be a target?"
At all times he thought the American Psychological Association and the AMA and CIA had hit men after him... he thought everyone was after him. This was long before the IRS was after him. No one was after him at that time, but he certainly had delusions.
The following telegram vividly illustrates Ron's mental state:
Comments by Joe Harrington:
Mary Sue Hubbard was the wife of L.Ron Hubbard. "CS-G" stands for Commodore's Staff, Guardian. In 1969 Hubbard was aboard a converted ferry that the Church had purchased. The official Church line is that Hubbard resigned as the Executive Director of the Scientology Worldwide operation in 1966, however the evidence is overwhelming that Hubbard continued to micro-manage every aspect of the organization. Several years earlier Hubbard established the SEA ORGANIZATION. The Sea Org was a small, zealous group of Scientologists that manned several vessels that Hubbard called his "flotilla". Hubbard called himself the "Commodore" and Sea Org members wore naval uniforms, saluted each other, and had enlisted and officer ranks to distinguish themselves. Hubbard gave his wife a life-time appointment as Controller of the Scientology Worldwide (WW) operation. Hubbard paid his Sea Org members $30 a week, plus room and board. The pay has remained the same over the years.
"The enemy" mentioned in the document is vague, however several years earlier, shortly after Hubbard made the legendary discovery of the Mystery of OT III while he was aboard ship, he made an audio recording of his experience and it was called "Ron's Journal". Copies were made and distributed to every Scientology organization in the world. The airing of "Ron's Journal" was a special event for all staff members.
Ron's Journal gave an account of how he single-handedly managed to traverse the "Wall of Fire" on OT III, nearly losing his life. The "Only One" who managed to do it and come out alive in the last 76 million years.
Hubbard announced that his investigation has revealed the actual identity of the "Suppressives" who were behind the "attacks" on Scientology and provided their names and the organizations they were connected to. The organizations included the AMA, the FDA, Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies in the United States, England, Russia, and South Africa, plus several International Banks.
The search for "Suppressives" quickly became the highest priority in Scientology organization and Hubbard released numerous "Ethics" policy letters to detect "SPs" and released new "tech" to discover "SPs" that people undergoing auditing were connected to.
Hubbard's obsession with finding the SPs responsible for the troubles in his organization rapidly infected the whole Scientology network. He remained at sea to avoid the numerous enemies he perceived as hostile to his mission to produce a planet of Clears, free of the harmful effects of OT III.
In the 1970's, under Mary Sue Hubbard's direction, the Church of Scientology devised a plan to place clandestine Church members as employees in various U.S. government agencies that Hubbard considered "suppressive". This was a highly-secret operation, known only to the elite staff in the Guardian Office. Extrordinary steps were taken to conceal Hubbard's actual control of the overall operation.
In 1976 Hubbard sold off his fleet and went ashore in Florida. Numerous dummy corporations were set up to conceal any connection with Hubbard or Scientology. Hubbard set up elaborate precautions to conceal his actual whereabouts. Federal Law Enforcement agencies caught on to the Church plot to steal government records and Mary Sue Hubbard and several other Church leaders in the Guardian Office were indicted and convicted on Federal charges. Hubbard continued to elude detection or the serving of subpoeneas.
All staff members are fully aware of the potential use of the most private details of their life and their personal transgressions should they later decide to leave Scientology and most former staff members are reluctant to speak out about abuses within the organization, for fear of the embarrassment the covert revealation of their personal records can cause.
The Church of Scientology has NEVER substaniated any of its many allegations of government "infiltrators" and its current siege mentality is the product of Hubbard's paranoid delusions.
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