I don't know if this has already been posted here, I couldn't find it. The link also has more interesting information if you are a critical thinker or a skeptic and interested in debunking the concept that Corporate Scientology is a religion, and should continue to enjoy legal protection as such. This text is taken from Perry Scott's "The Scientology Comparative Theology Page", which has other interesting articles and items as well: http://www.ezlink.com/~perry/CoS/Theology/index.htm From: firstname.lastname@example.org (RonIsXenu) Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology Subject: TRACK YOUR POINTS AGAINST OSA! Date: 16 Sep 1997 21:39:23 GMT Lines: 345 Message-ID: <19970916213901.RAA04033@ladder02.news.aol.com> NNTP-Posting-Host: ladder02.news.aol.com X-Admin: email@example.com Organization: AOL http://www.aol.com SnewsLanguage: English This documents how OSA is to track "enemies" via a point system. How many points can YOU rack up against OSA? Post your results! This posting and my others have me well above 20 unhandled "points!" ------------- INVESTIGATIONS SECTION INVESTIGATIONS SECTION VFPs: 1. A FULLY ESTABLISHED, PRODUCTIVE DSA INVEST SECTION WHICH BRINGS ABOUT THE FAILURE OF INFLUENCE OF HOSTILE GROUPS OR PERSONS. 2. THE REQUIRED INFORMATION FURNISHED TO GUIDE THE PROGRESS OF SCIENTOLOGY. 1. TOTAL UNHANDLED ATTACKS AND ATTACKERS (GDS) Ref: Advice updated RE GUARD STAT Advice 27 March 72 COUNTER ATTACK TACTICS Advice 28 March 72 INTELLIGENCE PRINCIPLES This is a guard stat with 0 at the top. This stat is counted: 1 point for every attacker Plus: 1 point if the attack is local 2 points if the attack is regional 4 points if the attack is national The points remain on the stat until handled. The category of attacks are listed below: 1. TM infringement, each TM Infringement counted as per the TM Infringers handled stat of Invest. (NOTE: if a report is received of a possible TM Infringer, this must be verfied as inactive within 4 weeks or it gets counted on this stat as a TM Infringer until verified as inactive or until handled.) 2. External Influences - where an org is being influenced by External Influences and this is not handled by OSA. Also each External Influence who has not been handled. This would include any actions done by TM Infringers which affect the org or the field. 3. A suit filed against a Church entity or individual. 4. Any lost suit. 5. A print media hit - a newspaper or magazine story which is an attack. 6. An attack on the TV by an individual eg. an entheta source who has gotten on a TV talk show to forward an attack, or on a radio show. 7. A TV program that is an attack on the Church. 8. Legislation proposed in any area that hinders our operations in that area. 9. Legislation passed in any area that hinders our -page break- operations in that area. 10. An entheta book published. 11. Any legislative or governmental inquiry initiated into the Church. 12. Any Scientology activity closed down through opposition actions. 13. Government restrictions imposed upon the Church. 14. A legal case not involving the Church but resulting in a judgement that is an attack upon the Church. 15. A civil suit filed on the Church. 16. A civil judgement against the Church 17. A deprogramming attempt on a Scientologist. 18. A penal (criminal) complaint against a Church or a staff member filed. 19. A penal (criminal) complaint against a Church or a staff member being acted on. For every attack, the attack goes on the stat with a point value according to whether it is a local, regional or national attack plus the attacker behind the attack goes on as an additional point if not already on the list. When the actual situation is HANDLED, by terminatedly handling the attacker the points come off the stat (one attacker may be behind a number of attacks and when handled, the accumulated points for the attacks originated from that person would all come off the stat). The exception would be if an Attacker is verified as being handled yet an outstanding attack still exists in some form, that attack remains on the list until handled (while the Attacker and any handled attacks come off the stat). Clearly, the Attacker MUST be correctly isolated and named before he can be handled and this stat goes up. For purposes of calculating the list of UATTACKS to begin with, each DSA Invest Officer should list out the major attacks connected to each of its current attackers going back to the point when they started attacking (in many cases this can be several years or even a decade - for the initial calculation of this stat it is not intended to get into a huge administrative cycle and some approximation of attacks based on existing file data may be necessary). Each attack will have to be classified as to whether it was a local, regional or national attack for purposes of calculating the stat. Each DSA Invest Officer is to format their UATTACKS breakdown by listing out the names of the attackers with the attacks under each name, with the attack designated as to whether it was a local, regional or national attack. The attacker with the most attacks should go at the top of the list. The purpose of this admin system is to be able to see at a glance who we are getting the most attacks from. If there is more than one attacker behind an attack, then that attack would be placed under the name of the major attacker with the name of the second attacker in parenthesis next to the attack so it is clear that the attack would not come off the list until both attackers are terminatedly handled. If the major attacker gets terminatedly handled, the attack would then be placed under the name of the second attacker. If there are attacks for which there are no known attackers, these are placed at the end of the list until the attackers behind them are known. -page break- Following is an example to illustrate this: 1) JOE BLOGS = 1 POINT A) LA TIMES ENTHETA ARTICLE 15 JAN 1980 - REGIONAL = 2 POINTS B) ENTHETA TV APPEARANCE 1 MAY 1982 - LOCAL = 1 POINT C) ENTHETA BOOK "CULTS" 1984 (FRED FRAME ALSO BEHIND IT) - DISTRIBUTED NATIONALLY = 4 POINTS Subtotal = 8 POINTS 2) FRED FRAME = 1 POINT A) ENTHETA LECTURE BOSTON UNIV 15 DEC 1983 - LOCAL = 1 POINT B) DEPRO ATTEMPT ON SUE SMITH MARCH 1984 - LOCAL = 1 POINT C) 14 MEDIA ATTACKS 1976-1980 - ALL REGIONAL = 28 POINTS Subtotal = 31 ATTACKS WITH NO KNOWN ATTACKERS: A) 12 JUNE 1981 RAID ON MISSION - LOCAL = 1 point B) JULY 1987 ATTEMPTED DEPROGRAMMING ON BILL SMITH - LOCAL = 1 POINT Subtotal = 2 Etc. Once formatted as per the above, each DSA Invest Officer should forward this breakdown to the OSA Cont where a master Continental list of UATTACKS will also be kept and updated. Each cont should have a break down the UATTACKS by the DSA office responsible for handling each attack/attacker. 2. NUMBER OF ATTACKS PREDICTED AND REPORTED PLUS WHOS FOUND BY APPROVED ESTIMATE OR EVAL. (GDS) Ref: Dispatch RE: NEW STAT OSA NW ORDER 42 INTELLIGENCE, ITS ROLE OSA NW ORDER 35 INTELLIGENCE, ESTIMATIONS AND PREDICTIONS HCO PL 17 FEB 66 PUBLIC INVESTIGATION SECTION Advice 28 March 72 INTELLIGENCE PRINCIPLES This stat is a weekly point value for the total number of threatened attacks found by Defensive minus points for any unpredicted attack or any attack which has been predicted which then goes unhandled and occurs despite the prediction. The stat is not accumulative. The points are valued as follows: Local Attack - 1 point Regional Attack - 5 points National Attack - 10 points An unpredicted attack, or unhandled predicted attack counts minus 10 times the above point value. An attack is defined per the definitions of an attack as covered under the UATTACKS statistic. -page break- A bonus of 10 points is given for any Who found by AVC approved evaluation and 5 points for a Who found by approved estimate. As can be seen, for a prediction to be viable it must be predicted in sufficient time to handle the matter before it becomes a full blown attack and a handling must be worked out and exchanged. The actual handling may be executed by Support Unit, Staff Security Sub-Unit, HCO, Dept of I&R, Legal Off or PR Off, but the Defensive Unit is responsible for ensuring that the prediction product is actually of quality and exchangeable and utilized to beneficial result of preventing the attack. To be counted, the prediction must be reported in writing in some manner to the proper publics who should know and/or act on the data (which reporting may even be in the form of a stat breakdown if it is clearly communicated in an exchangeable manner with sufficient time, place, form and event to be understood.) The stat reflects external prediction as well as internal prediction lines. Internal prediction activities must be aligned with the purpose and functions of the Office of Special Affairs and Departments of Special Affairs, which are external facing units. It is the Staff Security Sub-Unit that monitors the prediction and handling of matters which interface between internal and external. The Department of Special Affairs is interested in matters which if not handled could result in external attacks, different from security situations which are simply an HCO matter - for example a PTS Type A situation which just needs to get a standard handling (and would concern us only if there are enemy connections or indicators of something that will turn into an external attack unless handled); whereas a PTS C found on lines would of course be of interest to us. Valid Staff Security matters include such things as detection and handling of enemy infiltration; detection and handling of the source of external influences preying on the backs of orgs, etc. Key references on Staff Security functions and duties and areas of prediction activity which would validly be represented on the WHOATTACKSF stat, and which deliniate matters which are the hat and function of HCOs are: SPD 2 OCT 88 ORGANIZATIONAL SECURITY SO ED 4234 HCO AND OSA COORDINATION ON SECURITY AND INVESTIGATION MATTERS OSA NW ORDER 42 INTELLIGENCE, ITS ROLE OSA NW ORDER 64 RUNDOWN ON INTELLIGENCE HCO PL 21 APRIL 70 FIELD ETHICS 3. NUMBER OF OUTSTANDING THREATS (GUARD STAT) Ref: Advice 16 Feb 82, NEW STAT This stat is a guard stat and is the total outstanding threats. This would cover any predicted attack about which information has been received. Once the threat is handled it comes off the stat. 4. NUMBER OF OUTSTANDING SECURITY THREATS (GUARD STAT) Ref: Advice 16 Feb 82, NEW STAT -page break- This stat measures the total amount of outstanding security threats and risks and is an upside down graph with zero at the top. A security situation for OSA/DSA is as defined under the WHOATTACKS Found stat. 5. NUMBER OF THREATS SEEN, THREATENED OR REPORTED Ref: Advice 16 Feb 82, NEW STAT Per the above listed advice, this stat shows the amount of security threats that are found and reported. A security situation for OSA/DSA is as defined under the WHOATTACKS Found stat. 6. NUMBER OF THREATS HANDLED Per the above listed advice, this stat shows the amount of threats that are handled. 7. COMPLAINTS ACTED UPON Ref: HCO PL 17 Feb 66 PUBLIC INVESTIGATION SECTION: This stats measures the number of complaints against attackers that were acted upon by authorities. This is defined as the number of complaints filed with anyone who is in a position of authority and acts upon the complaint and thus impinges on an attacker (e.g. judicial, governmental, civil, employer, landlord, etc). Each time the complaint is acted on counts 1. Not cumulative. 8. NUMBER OF OPPOSITION ADVANTAGES LOST Ref: HCO PL 16 Feb 69 Iss II, BATTLE TACTICS This stat measures the advantages of the opposition which were lost due to the application of standard Invest tech. Total number of advantages lost by the opposition that week as a direct or indirect result of Invest actions. See the above HCO PL for a description of the type of activities that would count on this stat. Not cumulative. DEFINITIONS: OPPOSITION: A person or group actively opposing the Founder, Scientology or the Church of Scientology or its principles or activities and/or threatening its survival or expansion. 9. DOCUMENTED EVIDENCE OBTAINED AND USED Ref: HCO PL 17 Feb 66 PUBLIC INVESTIGATION SECTION Advice 8 June 73 INTELLIGENCE, ITS ROLE This stat measures the evidence that has been obtained against attackers and was put to use. Documented evidence obtained that indicates a crime or useable evidence regarding a Who or an opposition terminal, and is deemed useable by counsel, PR or Legal. This stat is counted on the basis of one point for each evidence of a crime documented deemed useable by counsel, PR or Legal. A 5 point bonus is given for each piece of documented evidence that is USED by counsel, PR or Legal. (If the data contained in the documented evidence is used, it can -page break- still be counted as a DOCEV, whether the actual document is used or only the data.) Not cumulative.