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Scientology Narconon Fair Game Continues
Submitted by intelligence on Apr 07, 2012 - 01:11 PM | |
The notorious Scientology church Fair Game policy describing how to deal with critics, ex-members, and other undesirables dehumanized with the label "Suppressives"; they may be "Sued, tricked, lied to, or destroyed," as per policy. A more recent policy has banished the WORDS "Fair Game", but the policy of what to do to these "SPs" or "Suppressives" cannot ever be cancelled. When confronted, many Scientologists claim the "Fair Game" policy was cancelled in 1968.
However, on October 1968 in a Hubbard policy letter, it states, "The practice of declaring people FAIR GAME will cease. FAIR GAME may not appear on any Ethics Order. It causes bad public relations.This P/L does not cancel any policy on the treatment or handling of an SP."
Following recent complaints to the Quebec Human Rights Commission, Scientology once again invoked their Fair Game policy upon at least two victims and several potential witnesses. In mid 2011 the Commission received two complaints concerning reprisals from Narconon staff and associates, including but not limited to, harassment and intimidation causing fear and distress. The Scientology Narconon law firm, Heenan and Blakie, a powerful well established firm, received a letter from the Human Rights Commission concerning the reprisals. To date, no response has been received.
In November 2009, a top executive from Narconon Trois-Rivieres, posted a threatening comment on Facebook to one of the victims, declaring them an ENEMY - - this of course refers to the Fair Game policy, may be "Sued, tricked, lied to, or destroyed."
Notable, is the Scientology covert "Operation Freakout," which began following an article Paulette Cooper, a freelance journalist, wrote about the Church of Scientology for a British magazine. Cooper expanded her article into a full-length book, The Scandal of Scientology published by Tower Publications, Inc. of New York.
In response, Scientology ordered staff to “attack her in as many ways as possible” and undertake “wide-scale exposure of PC’s sex life." In the spring of 1976, the Guardian Office leadership decided to initiate an operation with the aim, “To get P.C. incarcerated in a mental institution or jail, or at least to hit her so hard that she drops her attacks.”
Ultimately, Operation Freakout was never put into effect. On June 11, 1976, two Scientology agents—Michael Meisner and Gerald Bennett Wolfe—were caught in the act of committing attempted burglary at a courthouse in Washington, D.C. as part of the Guardian’s Office’s ongoing Operation Snow White. The Church sought to bring a quick end to the dispute with Cooper in December 1976 when it proposed to settle with her, on condition that she was not to republish or comment on The Scandal of Scientology and agree to assign the book’s copyright to the Church of Scientology of California.
On July 8, 1977, however, the FBI raided Scientology offices in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., seizing over 48,000 documents. They revealed the extent to which the Church had committed “criminal campaigns of vilification, burglaries and thefts ... against private and public individuals and organizations,” as the U.S. Government prosecutor put it. The documents were later released to the public, enabling Cooper and the world at large to learn about the details of Operation Freakout.
Recent emails from the Montreal Church of Scientology spokesperson, Jean Larivičre Director of Public Affairs, to Narconon Trois-Rivieres executive diector, Sylvain Fournier, clearly indicates their willingness to continue infiltrating and interferring with government policies in Quebec, Canada. Jean Lariviere tells Fournier, “Obviously, the first thing to do is to find out what this law is about, and what is the sit between governement's!”
“In other words, find out from the horse's mouth so to speak! Two (2) major targets: 1) gathering basic and essential information and; 2) starting the PR handling right away with the people who must be handled!”
Sylvain Fournier responds:
“I have a very good communication line with the Office of M. Sebastion Proulx, who is the Deputy of the Mauricie Region,which includes Trois-Rivieres,…” “I will keep you updated on any future communication that I will have with M.Proulx's office, so that you are in the know.”
Clearly, the Scientology "Intelligence Group" Ofiice of Special Affairs (OSA), is in complete control over adminstrative directives at Narconon Trois-Rivieres. According to one source close to Yvette Shank (President of Scientology Canada and Director of "Intelligence" OSA in Canada), on or about February 29, 2012, Yvette Shank was seen at Narconon Trois-Rivieres.
Although Scientology vehamently denies that Narconon is part of Scientology, the facts rebut this claim. The only separation between these two entities is in Corporate identy only - - all else are of the same DNA operations and religious doctrine practices.
Why does Scientology deny the relationship? Eighty-eight pages of "Property Purchase and Sale" documents were purchased and sent to David Love concerning the buildings that Narconon Trois-Rivieres leases from Scientology entity, "Thetasoft." Indeed, damning documents. These Land Registry documents arrived in the writer’s email box recently, with connotations of “Opening King Tut’s Tomb” being the expression of the day.
On Nov. 19, 2001, OMMI (Catholic Oblates) sold their Trois-Rivičres property to two private individuals who are Scientologists, Antonino (Tony) Putorti and Mario Desrochers, at less than market value. Special condition of sale number four on pages 6-7 of the deed of sale was the bombshell that stood out in bold letters in the translated text. Informal translation:
“The buyer or any tenant or nominee or company that operates within the premises included in the present sale promise to exercise no activity in connection with the Church of Scientology, and this in or on all buildings and/or grounds included in the present sale. They also promise not to sell any of the property acquired by this sale to the Church of Scientology directly or indirectly, under penalty of lawsuit for damages and interest by the seller [the nuns].”
In 2009 Scientology Dianetics books were given to patients by members of the Church of Scientology of Montreal. Scientology videos were brought in to Narconon by ABLE Canada, the entity which charges licence fees to Narconon Trois-Rivičres. Scientology anti-pharmaceutical and anti-psychiatry videos were brought in by Scientology church members for Narconon patients to watch in the dining room.
Scientology E-Meters were also at Narconon Trois-Rivičres. An E-meter is an electronic device used during Dianetics and Scientology auditing. The Church of Scientology restricts the use of the E-meter to trained Scientologists, treating it as “a religious artifact. At Narconon, one such E-Meter was used on a regular basis by a Case Supervisor in self-auditing sessions and another E-Meter was used by two staff members at the Narconon premises in a Scientology auditing session.
Government and private investigators are currently connecting the dots in the "Scientology-Narconon" marriage, leaving no room for annulment.
David Edgar Love