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    Has anyone ever noticed how much Hubbard criticizes things?

    Psychiatry, psychology, the government, scientists, the IRS, the FDA, Medical Doctors, Democracy, Journalists, Logic, Earth... he just rails against these things - some of them, like Psychiatry, continually.

    And yet, he teaches Scientologists that critics of Scientology have CRIMES in their past for which they can be arrested - that's why they criticize Scientology.

    Anyone else here see the complete and utter hypocracy? If criticism comes from overts and withholds against the thing criticized, then Ron must have been a mass of them on these subjects.

    Ron, the Critic?

    Ron the Hypocrit, more like!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alanzo View Post
    Ron, the Critic?

    Ron the Hypocrit, more like!
    Ron the Criminal?

    Afraid that all his 'enemies' might discover His 'crimes'?

    Maybe He was on to something; His *own* 'Case'

    Zinj

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alanzo View Post
    Has anyone ever noticed how much Hubbard criticizes things?

    Psychiatry, psychology, the government, scientists, the IRS, the FDA, Medical Doctors, Democracy, Journalists, Logic, Earth... he just rails against these things - some of them, like Psychiatry, continually.

    And yet, he teaches Scientologists that critics of Scientology have CRIMES in their past for which they can be arrested - that's why they criticize Scientology.

    Anyone else here see the complete and utter hypocracy? If criticism comes from overts and withholds against the thing criticized, then Ron must have been a mass of them on these subjects.

    Ron, the Critic?

    Ron the Hypocrit, more like!
    Most of what you list are people and groups who can see through his scam and put him out of business. He was getting the marks fired up so that if this came close to happening they would chip in yet more money to pay for the lawyers to protect his scam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alanzo View Post
    Has anyone ever noticed how much Hubbard criticizes things?

    Psychiatry, psychology, the government, scientists, the IRS, the FDA, Medical Doctors, Democracy, Journalists, Logic, Earth... he just rails against these things - some of them, like Psychiatry, continually.

    And yet, he teaches Scientologists that critics of Scientology have CRIMES in their past for which they can be arrested - that's why they criticize Scientology.

    Anyone else here see the complete and utter hypocracy? If criticism comes from overts and withholds against the thing criticized, then Ron must have been a mass of them on these subjects.

    Ron, the Critic?

    Ron the Hypocrit, more like!
    Have you ever noticed how psychiatry is criticized by labeling, but Scientology labels people as pre-clears, PTS, SP's, and a whole host of other names?

    -Steve

    P.S. Hubbard was a nut.
    "If anyone wants a monopoly on Dianetics, be assured that he wants it for reasons which have to do not with Dianetics but with profit." --LRH, DMSMH, page 226, 1987 Edition

    "Scientology has opened the gates to a better World. It is not a psycho-therapy nor a religion." --LRH, Creation of Human Ability, page 251, 1954 Edition

    "Since we can now handle all types of cases, disconnection as a condition is cancelled." --LRH, 15 November 1968, HCO Policy Letter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alanzo View Post
    Has anyone ever noticed how much Hubbard criticizes things?

    Psychiatry, psychology, the government, scientists, the IRS, the FDA, Medical Doctors, Democracy, Journalists, Logic, Earth... he just rails against these things - some of them, like Psychiatry, continually.

    And yet, he teaches Scientologists that critics of Scientology have CRIMES in their past for which they can be arrested - that's why they criticize Scientology.

    Anyone else here see the complete and utter hypocracy? If criticism comes from overts and withholds against the thing criticized, then Ron must have been a mass of them on these subjects.

    Ron, the Critic?

    Ron the Hypocrit, more like!

    1. Hubbard did natter at times.

    2. It was okay for him to natter (no overts) but if YOU did it this meant overts on your part (or missed withholds, of course).

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    I noticed a pattern of what LRH criticized after Alan pointed out how he had ripped off Study Tech. Charles Berner and his wife had arrived at Saint Hill with exciting news for LRH. The night before they were to see him, they had dinner with Alan and a few others. They told about their discovery of the 3 barriers to study, and that they were to present them to LRH the next day. At the following evenings lecture, LRH launched into an explanation of Study Tech right in the middle of a GPM lecture. The Berners were in the audience. They were rightfully stunned, that LRH gave no credit to them for the discovery. They were out of Saint Hill, and out of Scientology lickety split.
    LRH had a knack of covering his lies and embellishments, with policies that made it easier to cut off those who were the victims of his lies. Just as disconnection cuts off those who have found out what is going on at Int, Flag, any network in the Sea Org. It includes declares of those who were successfully disseminating Scientology through he Mission or Franchise network, and later had it all ripped off. LRH wanted the money for himself, at the expense of independent ideas and bright ideas that were actually working to expand Scientology, such as Mike Goldsteins development of Dianetics seminars. We know LRH was NEVER off the lines. That a flood of advices was coming from Creston right up to the end. That he sacrificed his own wife to the Feds and wanted to divorce her. That he ripped off or plagiarized much if not all of the key developments of Dn and Scn.
    I feel blessed to have you all posting your knowledge here, and on other boards as well, as it makes it comprehensible what happened to myself and my friends in Scientology. It makes recovery possible to understand it.
    " A loving heart is the beginning of all knowledge." Thomas Carlyle

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