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You can see Tommy Davis doing even worse than that though frankly, he is a pretty poor example of the art of careful wording, he set records for horrendous blunders in his short career that will never be surpassed.
And the church believes they can just keep asserting this and nobody will notice they are lying.
Like the oft-used abused wife example above, the idea is that if there is someone who is causing you grief in your life and you cannot deal with it, then get yourself away from the source of grief.
And when this is used for the benefit of the individual, it can be a helpful practice.
There IS policy applied by the Church of Scientology that REQUIRES someone to disconnect from anyone declared by HCO as a Suppressive Person.
And it must be so labeled.
An individual labeled a Suppressive, even if only due to continued association with someone ELSE who has been fair game and disconnection in scientology a Suppressive, faces the reality of immediate family members spouses, children, parentsfriends, business associates and even employers who are Scientologists disconnected from them.
Lost jobs, divorce, kicked out of school, refused service by doctors and many other ramifications from life altering to merely annoying.
It is church policy that anyone who is declared has forfeited zeus and poseidon game mods right to participate in the activities of the church and is no longer eligible for auditing or training.
This is the Scientology equivalent of being condemned to hell.
It is a powerful motivating force.
If I Hold A Gun To Your Head Are You Choosing Freely?
For most, it is a practical decision, not a moral one.
This Is Constitutionally Protected Activity The church claims the moral high ground though this only after they have been forced to admit that they DO enforce disconnection.
They are technically correct.
Legally, they are protected by the law.
Eventually, the checks and balances of an elected government, the press and public opinion conspire to outlaw abhorrent and abusive behavior.
The sooner Corporate Scientology recognize that enforced disconnection puts them on a par with the Segregationists of the first half of the 20 th century who proclaimed God and the law was on their side, the better off the church and anyone associated with it will be.
What Does Scientology Fear?
Corporate Scientology is terrified that allowing people to remain connected with Suppressives will erode away their base of faithful followers by filling their heads with lies.
Other religions operate in the marketplace of free ideas.
Surely such an advanced and strong religion would be far better able to deal with criticism or negative statements than others?
You can find a virtually endless amount fair game and disconnection in scientology negative information about Catholicism, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism or any other of the major belief systems on earth.
And despite that, they all survive and do not try to control their adherents by seeking to remove anyone who may be negative or critical of their faith from their lives.
How Will It End?
The continue reading way segregation ended.
By bringing attention to the abuses.
By the media doing stories and making the truth known.
With testimonials on the internet and in social media.
And eventually by click here officials being goaded into action.
Institutionalized abuses of human rights all come to an end when enough voices are raised in protest.
If you have a story of disconnection and are willing to have it published on this blog with your name, send it t0 the page.
If I can, I will publish it.
This was exactly the blog post I needed on the exact day I needed it.
That is the purpose of the Indie 500 List.
And already that is working.
There are actually a number of people who have been on the list for more than a year, who have not been declared.
The CoS was like a big tree full of people.
They are running out of limbs.
In fact, the tree has become a telephone pole, and the only branch left is the one they are clinging to.
There are currently 462 people on this prestigious list—veteran Scientologists, OTs, Clears, ex-staff with decades of experience, award winners, and opinion leaders.
Hi Steve, That list was one of the things that helped me greatly as I was going through my own trip through my valley of darkness.
I was speechless to see how many long time, highly trained or clearly highly dedicated people were on that list.
No doubt if everyone out put their names up it would have to be the Indie 5,000,000 list to account for the millions cob said we were to the numbers reflected today in orgs around the world.
He is on staff.
I am some how declared, but never got the full story.
Just third party garbage from the ex-husband….
He tries to continue to constantly punish me monetarily; since I am dependent this web page the alimony to survive.
Thanks for this blog, and for the brave souls out there.
May our pleasant dr4ams come true.
My story of disconnection was published as part of the Truth Rundown series in the Tampa Bay Times.
The initial issues related to that became the subject of a farcical Comm Ev done by Warren McShane, the President of RTC at the time, and under the approving eye and demanding glare of the upper echelons of that same group, RTC.
When it came time for me to choose how go here deal with this destructive idiocy, I discussed it with my father.
My rationale was that if I put in that order, if I did what was called for in policy, then surely this would lead to a saner response and eventual clarity and resolution that spread throughout.
When I did eventually finish, and had that in writing on CofS letterhead, I asked for a Board of Review on the entire cycle.
This was deemed to be an indicator that I had not done A-E.
More nonsense and gibbering lunatic babble.
So I plotted to gain access to my wife on other lines.
She was now ill, with cancer, and time was running out.
We finally did reconnect, but only in the death of that body.
We have risen above the surly bonds of physical necessity and the vias of MEST, to be aware.
I also have experienced as much as any being, the harshness, the permeating pain, the crushing weight of that disconnection.
I have no doubts or qualms that were the man still alive, and on the lines, that re-introduction of disconnection.
Disconnection as a right of an individual, without a gun to their head, is sacrosanct.
We do not live isolated lives.
There are exigencies and requirements to deal with them.
Should those exigencies continue past the handling, then they are arbitraries, which are in a group — engrams.
Those engrams are the held down computations that derail the survival of not only the group, but every Dynamic.
Cancel that HCOB, as written.
The calculation of the greatest good for the greatest number of Dynamics in the absence of a fixed idea, ANY fixed idea, other than optimum survival across the span of life, is the Optimum Solution.
I have no question that L.
Ron Hubbard would do exactly that, applying as he always did, the principle of workability in achieving the ultimate aims of this whole game.
The results of the impossibility of that paragraph of this HCOB, PTSness and Disconnection, are plain.
CANCEL THE BULLETIN, as written.
Jim, I know this pain.
Thank you for giving us more.
My thoughts are that Annie is proud of you doing what she could not can not.
Since so many other people here can comment personally on the destructive disconnection policy, and I cannot, I will call attention to mention of Howard Beale, and the movie Network, at the end of your essay.
Network was made in 1976, it is about the media and corporate control of public opinion and mindless consumption.
What is amazing is that a move made over 30 years ago about the corporate media is even more relevant today that it was 3 decades ago.
A work of art being MORE relevant as time passes is the true sign of a work of greatness or genius.
I encourage EVERYONE to see Network, multiple viewings if possible.
We sent out mailings and we received back anything that people thought that should be corrected.
Mike — What happened to this Reform Code?
This is a great thing.
I have a first edition of the Admin Dictionary from 1976.
The problem is the divergence between theory and practice.
The theory of disconnection, as explained in the 1982 PL alone is logical and sensible.
Well, Mike… there you go, policy straight from LRH himself.
I was in comm with and in support of you and Marty, so I was declared an SP.
Then friends and loved ones who have known me for upwards of 40 years almost all disconnected from me.
A very, VERY evil policy from Ron.
Where will it end?
Uhm … pretty clear I think to most people ….
Although some of them still believe in the validity of the core precepts and practice them outside of the Church of Scientology, all of them have denounced the legitimacy of the organization itself.
It foretells what will happen to the group or individual who cuts an affinity line or a line that contains truth.
And that usually happens as a natural course of events.
Communication lines are sacred and must not be used as channels of viciousness and entheta.
They must not be twisted or perverted.
They must not be glutted with many words and little meaning.
They must not be severed.
They must be established whenever a communication line seems to want to exist or is needed…A line is as dangerous to tamper with as it has truth in its channel….
If there is much truth in that line, it does not give authority to the cutter, it explodes him….
A management which will pervert an affinity or sever one may gain a momentary power, but the laws here are the same as those relating to communication….
When they are slightly interrupted they deliver power to the individual that interrupts them.
True, it is authoritarian power—death power.
But a very faint tampering with a line gives authority to the tamperer since he is obscuring to some slight degree a section of theta.
This group is trying to see the theta and reach it and if they can do so only through the tamperer and if they are convinced that the tamperer or tampering is necessary which it NEVER isthen the group tolerates the tamperer in the hope of seeing more theta.
play and ferb p games this regard for him as something he is receiving personally, the tamperer cannot resist, if he is a narrow and stupid man, tampering a little more with the ARC line.
He can live and is tolerated only so long as the theta he is partially masking is not entirely obscured.
But he, by that first tampering, starts on the dwindling spiral.
At that moment he dies.
He has put so much tension on the line that it explodes.
If it is not a very theta ARC in the first place, he is relatively safe for a longer period.
The pomp and glory he assumes are not his.
He makes them enmest and entheta and eventually corrupts them utterly and corrupts himself and all around him dies as management.
And quite often the only effective way to deal with a sociopath is to get them out of your life, and out of your group.
This has resulted in a lot of good, decent people being labelled as sociopaths who are nothing of the sort.
And of course in the paranoid world of David Miscavige this has been carried to absurd extremes.
I have a friend who was declared for writing a KR on off-policy actions by upper management.
Her husband left her and she became a non-person to most of her acquaintances.
One acquaintance though refused to remove her from his Facebook page, and for this small act of integrity he was declared in turn.
And promptly became a non-person to many of his acquaintances.
Rather than taking justice to a higher level of civilization as LRH envisioned, what the Church has going on now more closely resembles the witch hunts of the Middle Ages.
Another in the series on Disconnection is coming on this subject — who qualifies for the disconnection treatment these days….
They can only keep the money coming in thru blackmail, lies and disconnecting someone who tells the truth.
Regrettably, there is no room in the C of S for anyone who would author a piece like this.
Pausing to look closely at policy and how it should be applied fairly would just get dismissed as weak-minded Q and A.
Anything that assumedly threatens his obsessive control will be stopped, yet, this has become a generalized stopping everything and anybody, thus a suppressive behaviour.
The Fairmans set a legal precedent for service providers denying someone service on the basis of forced disconnection.
Their pleadings are also accessible for use as models.
I believe there are similar precedents where employers have dismissed employees on similar grounds of religious discrimination.
Can anyone cite some specifics on this?
It would be interesting to see if there is any Family Law that could be used to set a precedent for ending this coercion of family members.
The practice of coerced disconnection must end.
As I joined in 1976 my family fair game and disconnection in scientology relatives and friends at that time had been very negative about Scientology.
Thus I had been moved out of Scientology and had been told that I have to handle this situation.
But actually my family, relatives and friends disconnected from me as me being considered crazy.
I did not disconnect from them.
If someone is a Scientology hater then there is no way to handle this person.
I guess if not actively disconnecting from this person this person will do it on his own will.
I never could change a mind about Scientology.
There is no other option; you simply cannot communicate with him.
As I would also not change my mind about Scientology.
We do have 6 billion people on Earth or so.
But you cannot talk to everyone of them.
Depending on your part you have in society you have to deduct from this list e.
Then what is left?
And then you cannot talk to yourself because you ….!
That was NEVER the EP of PTS Type A handling — only a cessation of the antagonism.
And many, many people got stuck in the no-win situation you described precisely because of that arbitrary.
Too bad you got stuck with that arbitrary instead of getting standard assistance.
Wow, Mike, great article.
Where to begin to comment?
Not only is the practice of disconnection unworkable, unethical and, ultimately unenforceable, but underneath it contains a lie.
Dissidents and whistle-blowers ARE NOT automatically Anti-Social Personalities.
However, they could APPEAR to be if the accuser were SUPPRESSIVE.
Issuing a proclaimation on a colored piece of paper does not make it so.
It is interesting to note that the church no longer distributes SP declares, but are closely held by MAAs and Ethics Officers, and only revealed to create the desired effect on a church member.
I thought the discovery and labelling of an SP was to be BPI, for the welfare of the public?
No, the church KNOWS this is wrong and is demonstrating MWH phenonema.
What are they ashamed of?
Could it be they know it is immoral, unethical and quite possibly a violation of human rights?
Clears and OTs and highly trained auditors?
Long-time members and veteran staff?
The way this makes sense is if: 1 Purge the group of real Scnists and LRH loyalists, so you can usher in squirrelled Scn to an unsuspecting public.
Stat Push, I vote for number 1 in your post.
Purge the group of real Scns and LRH loyalists so you can usher in squirrelled Scn to an unsuspecting public.
And thus destroy the church, which is the real intention.
I think they drum it up and make it up out of whole cloth some of the time and then exaggerate the existing facts other times just to scare you into donating to the IAS to make it all go away.
I recall one sup threatening various org terminals with revealing the EP of a given process strictly prohibited by LRH with indicated consequences he was fully aware of.
Also, a situation a staff member was involved with that should have called for handlings instead of a declare, which ended up being lifted later on.
And still, someone messing up on his metering or blown from course should not be declared and disconnected from by his family.
Yet others blow the whistle on non-standard tech application on seniors and then get done in by them via a declares.
But then when one is an SO member with no money to leave, he can be manipulated under the threat of a declare.
So I have mixed feeling on this, but I believe instances exist where SP declares are necessary for the survival of the group.
Now, I have also heard that some folks were declared on the spot by others.
Even LRH himself violated this from time to time.
Should one use the public communication channels to expose the corruption of the church which is enroute being run into the ground by a small clique of criminals although LRH calls for an SP declare specifically for doing that?
Well, if no viable communication line exists to affect a remedy for the suicide course the church is on, well, what are ya gonna do?
I guess blowing up central headquarters is one option.
I think these questions SOUND complex but are in fact simple Firstly the most heavily abused practice in Scientology is SP Declares.
This is then supposed to get approved by a separate approval body that is supposed to be impartial and outside the push and pull or daily church activities and without an agenda.
In general I would say only one in fifity SP declares have a Committee of Evidence first.
Also I have been myself been a member of such a Committee and told HOW TO RULE by a member of RTC and further told that I would find myself the subject of a committee of evidence if I did not rule in accordance with their instructions.
The other fourty nine get SP declared without trial.
With a psychopathic monster in charge, the normal paths and avenues of justice disappear.
Its the tightly ENFORCED disconnection with SEVERE penalties for not disconnecting.
This is what tears families apart.
And under David Miscavige, the ethics officers are incredibly strict and work family members over and over till they disconnect and if they do not they are ferocious in punishing such a person.
They would perhaps not be able to do Scientology services, but they would not be themselves aggressively destroyed.
A lot of the evil in the way this policy is applied comes directly from David Miscagive and his orders to punish, punish and punish some more.
Remove David Miscagive and the whole thing would soften and relax and people lower on the chain would start making their own decisions.
There would be at least more humane decsions being made and less viciousness.
Yes, so true, most abusive and corrupt ways to utilize SP declares and disconnection.
The above issues you had mentioned might have been far more pervasive in either the SO or other areas, as I have personally never witnessed any of it.
Mind you that was 20 years ago, so the scene may have been different then than it is today.
Based on my experiences though better than 50% of any given declare ended up being lifted, so at least that is an index how easily justice runs astray.
Foremost, an interesting point.
I got into SCN in 1972 and during the 70s, witnessed every type of ethics handling one could imagine.
For the vast majority of them, common sense ruled.
Ethics, was the contemplation of optimum survival.
It was the overriding principle that drove this subject and created a safe environment within the field and within every org I entered.
If a person was declared SP, it was presumed, and accurately so, that a great deal of concern and consideration went into the process.
That a declaration was the very last step, on a generous runway, before allowing a person to do himself in.
Time and again, declares, lower conditions and such were proven to be the correct actions, which gave all of us in the field a sense that Ethics belonged to the individuals and Justice to the group.
And both were carefully being maintained and monitored.
Somewhere around 1982, this all changed.
Ethics ceased to be for the individual.
Ceased to provide a safe environment in which people could contemplate change and actually carry it out.
Ethics became Justice and Justice, essentially ceased to exist.
An SP is no longer someone who commits egregious crimes against the group, but is someone who disagrees with command intention.
Who voices, thoughts or ideas contrary to what has become acceptable within the group.
None of this actually changes the subject of Ethics or its usefulness.
All of these alterations have created a false subject; a holographic replica of SCN and Ethics and everything else.
This confusion is intentional.
Might I add: This area of altered ethics and thus justice has mushroomed much as regging, personnel transfers, https://davpon.ru/and-games/play-phineas-and-ferb-games.html />An SP is no longer someone who commits egregious crimes against the group, but is someone who disagrees with command intention.
Who voices, thoughts or ideas contrary to what has become acceptable within the group.
All of these alterations have created a false subject; a holographic replica of SCN and Ethics and everything else.
This confusion is intentio The disconnection policy was written to protect Hubbard himself.
Nobody should find out about him.
There is a slight and unmentioned NUANCE here when comparing Scientology Inc.
In general people do not attack his tech unless the tech was part of his darker personality.
Who attacks the tech?
Who attacks the religion?
People attack the effects of parts of the tech that should be removed.
So the choice for Scientology Inc.
The freezone has chosen already.
Great post Mike — really lays the subject bare with logic and rationality.
On the subject of disconnection this is really heartbreaking.
The handiwork of the Church of Scientology in St Louis MO Thanks Mike.
I think a place for all to tell their stories of disconnection would be powerful and cathartic.
I look forward to hearing them and more fair game and disconnection in scientology to the day when all the severed connections are mended.
Mike, brilliantly written post on how the church abuses the Disconnection Policy!
Your logic and perfectly positioned analogies cut like a laser through the illogic and insanity practiced by the church of micavigology.
But I believe this will prove out to be just be one more squirreled policy resulting in the exposure and undoing, not the protection, of dear leader and his continuing reign of terror in his quest to suppress Scientology and Scientologist.
And I agree, the one big solution is to SPEAK UP AND SPEAK OUT!
And not be afraid.
THE TRUTH WILL NOT ONLY SET YOU FREE, IT WILL PROTECT YOU!
IN FACT IT IS THE ONLY THING THAT WILL PROTECT YOU!
This always kind of scared me when I was in the church, because boyh my mother and my son thought scientology just wanted my money…go figure.
I spent alot of time avoiding mentioning them in auditing.
That was probably really productive right?
Oh and by the way hi Tony.
Always glad to see you r comments, knowing you are still alive and well.
Mike, I hate to keep validating you in public like this.
This is one of, probably the best crafted and clear thinking statements on disconnection I have ever read.
The cult really lost a valuable asset when they lost you.
This is an article that if it was sent to the RCS field, it would shake the rafters!
IF you have anyone you can send it to — be my guest.
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L Ron Hubbard From HCOPL URGENT ORG PROGRAMMING "We own a tremendous amount of property.
We own a tremendous amount of material and so forth, and it keeps growing.
When buildings get important to us, for God sakes, some of you born revolutionists will you please blow up central headquarters".
L Ron Hubbard Lecture 31 Dec 1960 "Personal integrity is knowing what you know.
What you know is what you know and to have the courage to know and say what you have observed".
Infidelity does not consist in believing, or in disbelieving; it consists of professing to believe what he does not believe.
If people all over the world would do this, it would change the earth.
Al Pacino as Lt.
The internet changed it all.
I just did a billion year stint.
And you want me to do it again?!
Well why didn't you say so?
Some Canadians live in Canada.
People aren't buying it anymore.
You are really good.
I love that line, "Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb".

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View the original version here Today Marty Rathbun published one of his finest posts to date titled Scientology and Psychiatry.
This post is basically a Knowledge Report about how some individuals who have attained Scientology's highest levels of spiritual enlightenment teamed up to tear apart Lori Hodgson's family and then assist Sea Organization recruiters in luring her underage son and daughter into Sea Organization slavery, fair game and disconnection in scientology coercing these game pink panther pals into signing contracts pledging their next billion years to servitude in the cult.
This tragedy is not an isolated incident.
I'm not going to give away everything in Marty's post, you should read it for yourself.
But when the dust settles, it's not going to be the evil psychiatrists who destroy Scientology -- it's Hubbard's own Policies of Disconnection and Fair Game, and his creation, the Sea Organization, that fair game and disconnection in scientology destroy Scientology.
Because this IS Standard Operating Procedure for Scientology Inc.
They want all of your money.
They want your children.
They want anyone they can put to work or use in other fair game and disconnection in scientology />And they will stop at nothing to get them.
Moreover, the Sea Organization is nothing more than a Human Trafficking and extortion operation that needs to be put down permanently.
And yes, I have my own experiences with this brutal practice, as do so many others.
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The above policy letter is one of many which set the tone for the current Scientology culture, and the abuses which go along with it.
What is the frame of mind of a man who will come up with such a policy in the first place?
He must have one hell of a ruthless streak in him in order to make such practices a policy to be followed in the first place.
Such a policy is indicative of a more serious underlying problem: a cultural mind-set of extremism and fanaticism.
The Fair Game policy was never actually cancelled.
FAIR GAME may not appear on any Ethics Order.
It causes bad public relations.
Hubbard was getting a lot of PR flack over disconnection, so fair game and disconnection in scientology wrote a policy which would help PR a lot without changing anything significant.
The policy cancelling those things was only issued to the New Zealand government commission that was considering the banning of Scientology.
There are several reasons for this: 1.
We have no interest in the secrets and crimes of people and no use for them.
Security checking is often done without regard to the point where the person feels better and so became overrun.
There is public criticism of security checking as a practice.
The existence of lists of crimes in folders often makes it necessary to destroy the folders which may contain other technical data which is constructive and valuable.
The policy above was a public relations handling— Sec Checks were never abolished.
If you dig through some ancient ethics folders, you fair game and disconnection in scientology find that they would often explicitly state that the subject of the ethics order was to disconnect from one or more other parties who would be named in the ethics order, and that reinstatement to good standing would not happen until that had been done.
Instead, Type A PTS would be told that they had to handle or disconnect, and if handling was impossible, well, too bad!
Superficially, it appeared that L Ron Hubbard Scientology had cancelled disconnection.
That all illness fair game and disconnection in scientology greater or lesser degree and all foul-ups stem directly and only from a PTS condition.
That getting rid of the condition requires three basic actions: A.
Ok, even if this is true, it still does not discount the fact that hubbard was the source of the disconnection concept in the first place, and mandated its use in certain circumstances, as per the MANY other policies listed above.
Secondly, there were those who could survive only by living on our lines—they wanted to continue to be connected to Scientologists see the HCOBs on the characteristics of an SP.
We cannot afford to deny Scientologists that basic freedom that is granted to everyone else: the right to choose whom one wishes to communicate with or not communicate with.
The bare fact is that disconnection is a vital tool joker and harley games handling PTSness and can be very effective when used correctly.
And keep in mind that disconnection even means disconnection from family.
Yes, he said you want to try and handle family first, but he still makes it clear that if one cannot handle their contrary viewpoint, then one should disconnect from them.
Was he perhaps dramatizing the fact of his own family disconnecting from him?
Hubbard stated that illness or accident ALWAYS stems from PTSness.
This is just not true.
Most of the time, Hubbard did not provide evidence to look at for source things he said were fact.
But by then we were mesmerized and did not query it.
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The term Fair Game is used to describe policies and practices carried out by the towards people and groups it perceives as its enemies.
Founder established the policy in the 1950s, in response to criticism both from within and outside his organization.
Individuals or groups who are "Fair Game" are judged to be a threat to the Church and, according to the policy, can be punished and harassed using any and all means possible.
In 1968, Hubbard officially canceled use of the term "Fair Game" because of negative public relations it caused, although the Church's aggressive response to criticism continued.
Applying the principles of Fair Game, Hubbard and his followers targeted many individuals as well as government officials and agencies, including a of the and other agencies during the 1970s.
They also conducted private investigations, and against the Church's critics in the media.
The policy remains in effect and has been defended by the Church of Scientology fair game and disconnection in scientology a core religious practice.
Starting in the 1980s, for their major branch in Los Angeles, California, the Scientology organization largely switched from using church members in harassment campaigns to hiring private investigators, including former fair game and disconnection in scientology current Los Angeles police officers.
The reason seemed to be that this gave the church a layer of protection in case embarrassing tactics were used and made public.
Ron Hubbard, said all opposition came from what he called "" SPs — which scientologists claim are "anti-social people who want to destroy anything that benefits humanity.
In 1955 he wrote, "The purpose of the suit is to harass and discourage rather than to win.
The law can be used easily to harass, and enough harassment on somebody who is simply on the thin edge anyway, well knowing that he is not authorized, will generally be sufficient to cause his professional decease.
If possible, of course, ruin him utterly".
In his confidential Manual of Justice of 1959, Hubbard wrote "People attack Scientology.
I never forget it, always even the score.
The smell of police or private detectives caused them to fly, to close down, to confess.
Hire them and damn the cost when you need to.
Policy In 1965 Hubbard formulated the " Fair Game Law", which states how to deal with people who interfere with Scientology's activities.
These could be considered "fair game" for retaliation: By FAIR GAME is meant, may not be further protected by the codes and disciplines or the rights of a Scientologist.
In other words, a person who attacked the Church would not be protected by the Church or granted the rights of Scientologists in good standing.
In December of that year, Hubbard reissued the policy with additional clarifications to define the scope of Fair Game.
He made it clear that the policy applied to non-Scientologists as well, declaring: The homes, property, places and abodes of persons who have been active in attempting to: suppress Scientology or Scientologists are all beyond any protection of Scientology Ethics, unless absolved by later Ethics or an amnesty.
In his Introduction to Scientology Ethics, published in 1968, Hubbard wrote that no Scientologist could be punished "for any action taken against a Suppressive Person or Group during the period that person or group is 'fair game'.
In a 1967 policy titled Penalties for Lower Conditions, Hubbard wrote that opponents who are "fair game" may be "deprived of property or injured by any means by any Scientologist without any discipline of the Scientologist.
May be tricked, sued or lied to or destroyed.
The new list of Penalties for Lower Conditions now said that someone in a condition of Enemy " m ay be restrained or imprisoned.
May be retrained or debarred.
FAIR GAME may not appear on any Ethics Order.
It causes bad public relations.
Spokesmen said that Hubbard's intended meaning was merely that former members could not appeal to Scientology's legal system for support or protection against anyone who might try purchase and games trick, sue or destroy them.
Sociologist commented that this interpretation seemed to be "contradicted by the words on the page, and by actions taken against those regarded as enemies of the movement.
The doctrine of "Fair Game" was a central element of the Guardian's Office's operational policies.
The original 1965 "Fair Game Law" is listed as a reference for GO staff in its confidential Intelligence Course, which was later entered into evidence in a US Federal court case in 1979.
During the case Church lawyers admitted that "Fair Game" had been practiced long after its supposed cancellation in 1968.
Hubbard said in a 1976 affidavit that he had never intended to authorize harassment: There was never any attempt or intent on my part by the writing of these policies or any others for that factto authorise illegal or harassment type acts against anyone.
As revised in 1991, Scientology's policy on the handling of "suppressive persons" states: Nothing in this policy letter shall ever or under any circumstances fair game and disconnection in scientology any violation of the laws of the land or intentional legal wrongs.
Any such offense shall subject the offender to penalties prescribed by law as well as to ethics and justice actions.
Cases A series of court cases in England in the 1970s saw Fair Game being strongly criticized by senior judges.
The suggested in one case that Scientology organisations were willing to harass their critics.
They also described a case brought by the Church against author as a deliberate form of harassment.
In a case where the Church of Scientology of California sought to block publication of a book quoting Scientology materials, accept. ancient rome games and toys consider the Fair Game policy along with what he described as the Church's "deplorable means adopted to suppress inquiry or criticism.
Charles Berner, 1965 According to an FDA investigation, in 1965, ex-Scientologist Charles Berner received a "Fair Game Order".
Afterwards, Berner stated he received other life-threatening letters, "indicating he should apply technique to himself.
This particular technique is a route whereby an individual places a 45 caliber pistol to his head and disassociates himself from his body.
Gene Allard, 1974 In 1974, the Church lost a case against an ex-Scientologist named L.
Gene Allard who in 1969, shortly after leaving the Church of Scientology, had been arrested on a charge of grand theft made by the Church of Scientology.
The charge was dismissed "in the interest of justice", and Allard sued the Church for malicious prosecution.
At the trial, Allard's lawyer introduced the October 1967 and October 1968 "Fair Game" policy statements into evidence.
Attorneys acting for the Church of Scientology had argued that the Fair Game policy had been canceled, was irrelevant to the suit and had not been applied to Allard.
In July 1976, the refused to review the case.
Paulette Cooper, 1976 Journalist Inthe Church of Scientology attempted to cause journalist and writer to be imprisoned, killed, driven to suicide or committed to a mental institution, as revenge for her publication in 1971 of a highly critical book.
The discovered documentary evidence of the plot and the preceding campaign of harassment during an investigation into the Church of Scientology in 1977, eventually leading to the Church compensating Cooper in an out-of-court settlement.
Department of Health and Social Security UK1979 The Church of Scientology of California sued the DHSS in British courts for defamation.
The DHSS had suggested that Scientologists were dangerous charlatans who would worsen rather than cure.
The Church demanded as part of that the DHSS release letters and medical records from people who had complained about the Church.
He was concerned that the documents would be used "not for legitimate purposes of the action but for harassment of individual patients, informants and renegades named in them, not only by proceedings for defamation against them but by threats and blackmail.
These included getting Scientologist employees to resign, and Scientologist customers to boycott or refuse to pay him.
The 1986 judgment by a Los Angeles jury was upheld by the in 1989.
During appeals, the Church again claimed Fair Game was a "core practice" of Scientology and was thus protected "religious expression".
The court decided that the Church's campaign "to ruin Wollersheim economically, and possibly psychologically" should be discouraged rather than protected.
Twenty years after the start of the case, the Church paid Wollersheim a judgment, with interest, that amounted joker and harley playing video games 8,674,643.
Jakob Anderson, 1981 In the March 11—16, 1981, Danish court case of Jakob Anderson vs The Church Of Scientology of Denmark, ex-Guardian's Office operative Vibeke Damman testified that the Church did in fact practice Fair Game and had done so in Anderson's case, in an attempt to get Anderson committed to a psychiatric hospital.
Gerald Armstrong, 1984Hubbard's archivist In 1980, Scientologist and officer was assigned to organize some of Hubbard's personal papers as the basis for a biography of Hubbard.
Omar Garrison, a non-Scientologist known to be sympathetic to Scientology, was hired to write the biography.
Both Armstrong and Garrison quickly realized that the papers reflected unfavorably on Hubbard, and revealed that many of Hubbard's claimed accomplishments were exaggerations or outright fabrications.
Garrison abandoned the project, and a disillusioned Armstrong and his wife left the Church, retaining copies of the embarrassing materials as insurance against the expected harassment to come.
Armstrong was sued by the Church in 1982 for the theft of private documents.
The "Fair Game" policy became an issue in court.
Armstrong won the case, in part because the Judge ruled that Armstrong, as a Scientologist of long standing, knew that fair game was practiced, and had good reason to believe that possession of these papers would be necessary to defend himself against illegal persecution by the Church.
In a scathing decision, Judge Paul Breckenridge wrote: In addition to violating and abusing its own members' civil-rights, the organization over the years with its "Fair Game" doctrine has harassed and abused those persons not in the Church whom it perceives as enemies.
He believed, reasonably, that he was subject to "fair online food and drinking games />Stating his conclusions in a public hearing, read some of Scientology's internal documents into the record.
Despite the alleged cancellation of Fair Game, he reported that, "Deprival of property, injury by any means, trickery, suing, lying or destruction have been pursued throughout and to this day with the fullest possible vigour.
The Church had persecuted him by stealing his employment records from a hospital, launching frivolous lawsuits against him and tracking down his patients and neighbors.
Thewhich Latey described as "a Scientology 'front'", made multiple complaints of misconduct against the doctor.
They followed him for the next two decades to Wyoming and ten years in Czech Republic, where he went to medical school and worked as an English teacher.
In 2012, Paul Marrick and Greg Arnold, the two private detectives who followed Broeker for 25 years, sued the Church of Scientology for breach of contract when the fair game and disconnection in scientology stopped paying them for their investigations.
Richard Behar, 1991 Journalist In 1991, investigative journalist wrote "", a Time cover story on.
The acclaimed article won several awards.
The brought several lawsuits over the article, all of which were eventually dismissed.
While investigating the story, he experienced some of Scientology's Fair Game tactics: I later learned, a copy of my personal credit report — with detailed information about my bank accounts, home mortgage, credit-card payments, home address and Social Security number — had been illegally retrieved from a national credit bureau called.
The sham company that received it, "Educational Funding Services" of Los Angeles, gave as its address a mail drop a few blocks from Scientology's headquarters.
The owner of the mail drop is a private eye named Fred Wolfson, who admits that an Ingram associate retained him to retrieve credit reports on several individuals.
Wolfson says he was told that Scientology's attorneys "had judgments against these people and were trying to collect on them.
A close friend in Los Angeles received a disturbing telephone click at this page from a Scientology staff member seeking data about me — an indication that the cult may have illegally obtained my personal phone records.
Two detectives contacted me, posing as a friend and a relative of a so-called cult victim, to elicit negative statements from me about Scientology.
Some of my conversations with them were taped, transcribed and presented by the church in to TIME's lawyers as "proof" of my bias against Scientology.
Carmen Llywelyn, 2002 Actress and photographer was introduced to the through her partner and future husband professional skateboarder and actor.
In 2015, Llywelyn penned an article entitled consider, romeo and juliet games to play have I Left Scientology".
According to her account, when she revealed to her that she had reada book critical of the Church, she was labeled a and shunned or "disconnected" by her friends within the church.
Llywelyn's manager, a member of the Church, also "disconnected" and allegedly convinced to drop Llywelyn as a client.
Llwelyn reports being subjected to a campaign of surveillance and harassment.
Writes Llywelyn: "Scientology has a sophisticated intelligence agency known as thewhich is essentially a complex system dedicated to ruining the lives of those it sees as enemies in any way possible.
Those who work for the OSA do not follow the law.
Mark and Monique Rathbun, 2009 Former senior executivea former senior executive of the Church of Scientology, left the organization in 2004.
A one-hour feature titled Scientologists at War was broadcast on June 17, 2013, on British.
The feature, a rare insider view of the Church of Scientology, investigated the pressure tactics used by the "Squirrel Busters" affiliated to the organization to discredit and silence members who leave the church.
It highlighted the story of Mark Rathbun, his role in Scientology, his fall out with Scientology leader David Miscavige, his attempts to further the cause of an independent Scientology movement, his confrontations with the "Squirrel Busters" and the repercussions on his family life.
Leahy reported that his employer had "flat-out said our goal is to make Marty's life a living hell".
In 2013, Mark Rathbun's wife, a non-Scientologist, filed suit against the Church of Scientology, alleging four years of harassment by the church.
In October 2014, Rathbun filmed an encounter which he claimed showed three members of the church's top management as they "ambushed" him at.
The church defended this activity as being protected by religious freedom and free speech rights.
As of January 2016the court has denied a Church motion to have the case dismissed under anti- law, but the ruling Miscavage must testify in the case was overturned on appeal.
After more than 32 months of litigation, Monique Rathbun dropped the lawsuit against the church, after firing her attorneys on January 2016, due to financial constraints.
She filed a motion to end the legal proceedings which the state Supreme court granted on May 6, and Monique Rathbun filed for dismissal on May 10.
Powell outside Ronald's home.
Powell was in possession of firearms and an illegal homemade.
Powell told police that on one occasion, he witnessed what he believed to be Ron Sr.
According to Powell, after immediately reporting the perceived emergency to his superiors, he received a call for further instructions from a man who identified himself as David Miscavige.
According to the police report, Powell was instructed "to let him die and not intervene in any way.
Among those targeted werethe former spokesman for the Church of Scientology, and journalist.
Both men had participated in the documentary film.
In practice An "Ethics Order" dating from March 6, 1968, issued by L.
Ron Hubbard aboard his boat the Royal Scotsman, lists twelve Scientologists who were accused of distributing altered versions of upper level materials.
Hubbard writes "They are fair game.
No amnesty may ever cover them.
The R2-45 Auditing Process consists of shooting a person with the intent to kill them.
It later emerged that "Fair Game" had actually continued in use until at least 1980, despite its cancellation, and there have been frequent allegations that it has remained in force since then.
During the 1970s the GO of the Church of Scientology, headed by Hubbard's wifeconducted a wide-ranging and systematic series of espionage and intimidation operations against perceived enemies of Scientology.
See for a noteworthy example.
According to an investigation, "Fair Game" tactics had been used to force the withdrawal of the presiding judge in an attempt to "throw" the case.
As the US Government's attorneys put it, "Defendants, through one of their attorneys, have stated that the fair game policy continued in effect well after the indictment in this case and the conviction of the first nine co-defendants.
Defendants claim that the policy was abrogated by the Church's Board of Directors in late July or early August, 1980, only after the defendants' personal attack on.
In two subsequent court cases millionaire game be who and answers questions to wants a Church defended "Fair Game" as a "core practice of Scientology", and claimed that it was therefore protected as "religious expression".
Since then, a number of ex-Scientologists who formerly held senior management positions in the Church have alleged that while working for the Church they saw "Fair Game" tactics continuing to be used.
In 1994,who had been the Chairman of the Board of the the Church's central management bodyclaimed in an affidavit that Because of my position and the reports which regularly crossed my desk, I know that during my entire presidency of RTC "fair game" actions against enemies were daily routine.
Apart from the legal tactics described below, the "fair game" activities included break-ins, libel, upsetting the companies of the enemy, espionage, harassment, misuse of confidential communications in the folders of community members and so forth.
Janie Peterson, a former Scientologist, testified in a hearing in 1982 that while working in the Guardians Office she had conducted smear campaigns against Church opponents, sometimes using information from confidential confessional files.
A lawyer for the Church denounced the hearings as a "witch hunt".
The former scientologist stated that the Fair Game games to play between android still applied despite the cancellation of the name.
In the United Kingdom See also: In the UK, targets of Fair Game and related harassment over the years have included ex-members, authors, journalists, broadcasters, the mental health profession, cult-monitoring groups, government and law enforcement.
Maurice William Johnson was a Scientologist who resigned in June 1966 and successfully sued for his money back.
He told a court that after leaving he had received over 100 abusive letters, many of them using violent language.
An article in The Auditor, a Scientology publication, was produced to the court, stating outright that Johnson was "fair game" and describing him as "an enemy of mankind, the planets and all life.
He provided help to other members in leaving the organisation, as well as acting as an expert witness in various cases concerning Scientology.
In response, Atack's home was repeatedly picketed by placard-carrying Scientologists over the course of six days.
Eugene Ingram, a private investigator employed by the Church, made visits to Atack, his elderly mother and other family and friends, spreading rumours that Atack would be going to prison.
Scientologists also distributed leaflets entitled "The Truth about Jon Atack", implying that he was a drug dealer who only criticised Scientology for money.
Atack eventually went bankrupt due to the cost of defending himself against legal action from the Church.
According to fair game and disconnection in scientology in thea number of ex-Scientologists "have been both threatened and harassed and a considerable number of them have been made bankrupt by the church.
He recounted the case of a Scientologist who had been accused of stealing documents fromand was told in writing that he was a and Fair Game.
The man's wife told Bracchi, "For months after, we had anonymous notes delivered in the post almost daily.
They said, 'You bastard,' 'You're dead,' 'Nothing will save you.
When the team were filming in the United States, Scientology representatives followed them and repeatedly harangued them.
Unknown men also trailed the team, one even appearing at journalist 's wedding.
In our hotel a weird stranger spent every breakfast listening to us.
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You can see Tommy Davis doing even worse than that though frankly, he is a pretty poor example of the art of careful wording, he set records for horrendous blunders in his short career that will never be surpassed.
And the church believes they can just keep asserting this and nobody will notice they are lying.
Like the oft-used abused wife example above, the idea is that if there is someone who is causing you grief in your life and you cannot deal with it, then get yourself away from the source of grief.
And when this is used for the benefit of the individual, it can be a helpful practice.
There IS policy applied by the Church of Scientology that REQUIRES someone to disconnect from anyone declared by HCO as a Suppressive Person.
And it must be so labeled.
An individual labeled a Suppressive, even if only due to continued association with someone ELSE who has been labeled a Suppressive, faces the reality of immediate family members spouses, children, parentsfriends, business associates and even employers who are Scientologists disconnected from them.
Lost jobs, divorce, kicked out of school, refused service by doctors and many other ramifications from life altering to merely annoying.
It is church policy that anyone who is declared has forfeited their right to participate in the activities of the church and is no longer eligible for auditing or training.
This is the Scientology equivalent of being condemned to hell.
It is a powerful motivating force.
If I Hold A Gun To Your Head Are You Choosing Freely?
For most, it is a practical decision, not a moral one.
This Is Constitutionally Protected Activity The church claims the moral high ground though this only after they have been forced to admit that they DO enforce disconnection.
They are technically correct.
Legally, they are protected by the law.
Eventually, the checks and balances of an elected government, the press and public opinion conspire to outlaw abhorrent and abusive behavior.
The sooner Corporate Scientology recognize that enforced disconnection puts them on a par with the Segregationists of the first half of the 20 th century who proclaimed God and the law was on their side, the better off the church and anyone associated with it will be.
What Does Scientology Fear?
Corporate Scientology is terrified that allowing people to remain connected with Suppressives will erode away their base of faithful followers by filling their heads with lies.
Other religions operate in the marketplace of free ideas.
Surely such an advanced and strong religion would be far better able to deal with criticism or negative statements than others?
You can find a virtually endless amount of negative information about Catholicism, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism or any other of the major belief systems on earth.
And despite that, they all survive and do not try to control their adherents by seeking to remove anyone who may be negative or critical of their faith from their lives.
How Will It End?
The same way segregation ended.
By bringing attention to the abuses.
By the media doing stories and making the truth known.
With fair game and disconnection in scientology on the internet and in social media.
And eventually by elected officials being goaded into action.
Institutionalized abuses of human rights all come to an end when enough voices are raised in protest.
If you have a story of disconnection and are willing to have it published on this blog with your name, send it t0 the page.
If I can, I will publish it.
This was exactly the blog post I needed on the exact day I needed it.
That is the purpose of the Indie 500 List.
And already that is working.
There command conquer games online free actually a number of people who have been on the list for more than a year, who have not been declared.
The CoS was like a big tree full of people.
They are running out of limbs.
In fact, the tree continue reading become a telephone pole, and the only branch left is the one they are clinging to.
There are currently 462 people on this prestigious list—veteran Scientologists, OTs, Clears, ex-staff with decades of experience, award winners, and opinion leaders.
Hi Steve, That list was one of the things that helped me greatly as I was going through my own trip through my valley of darkness.
I was speechless to see how many long time, highly trained or clearly highly dedicated people were on that list.
No fair game and disconnection in scientology if everyone out put their names up it would have to be the Indie 5,000,000 list to account for the millions cob said we were to the numbers reflected today in orgs around the world.
He is on staff.
I am some how declared, but never got the full story.
Just third party garbage from the ex-husband….
He tries to continue to constantly punish me monetarily; since I am dependent on the alimony to survive.
Thanks for this blog, and for the brave souls out there.
May our pleasant dr4ams come true.
My story of disconnection was published as part of the Truth Rundown series in the Tampa Bay Times.
The initial issues related to that became the subject of a farcical Comm Ev done by Warren McShane, the President of RTC at the time, and under the approving eye and demanding glare of the upper echelons of that same group, RTC.
When it came time for me to choose how to deal with this destructive idiocy, I discussed it with my father.
My rationale was that if I put in that order, if I did what was called for in policy, then surely this would lead to a saner response and eventual clarity and resolution that spread throughout.
When I did eventually finish, and had that in writing on CofS letterhead, I asked for a Board of Review on the entire cycle.
This was deemed to be an indicator that I had not done A-E.
More nonsense and gibbering lunatic babble.
So I plotted to gain access to my wife on other lines.
She was now ill, with cancer, and time was running out.
We finally did reconnect, but only in fair game and disconnection in scientology death of that body.
We have risen above the surly bonds of physical necessity and the vias of MEST, to be aware.
I also have experienced as much as any being, the harshness, the permeating pain, the crushing weight of that disconnection.
I have no doubts or qualms that were the man still alive, and on the lines, that re-introduction of disconnection.
Disconnection as a right of an individual, without a gun to their head, is sacrosanct.
We do not live isolated lives.
There are exigencies and requirements to deal with them.
Should those exigencies continue past the handling, then they are arbitraries, which are in a group — engrams.
Those engrams are the held down computations that derail the survival of not only the group, but every Dynamic.
Cancel that HCOB, as written.
The calculation of the greatest good for the greatest number of Dynamics in the absence of a fixed idea, ANY fixed idea, other than optimum survival across the span of life, is the Optimum Solution.
I have no question that L.
Ron Hubbard would do exactly that, applying as he always did, the principle of workability in achieving the ultimate aims of this whole game.
The results of the impossibility of that paragraph of this HCOB, PTSness and Disconnection, are plain.
CANCEL THE BULLETIN, as written.
Jim, I know this pain.
Thank you for giving us more.
My thoughts are that Annie is proud of you doing what she could not can not.
Since so many other people here can comment personally on the destructive disconnection policy, and I cannot, I will call attention to mention of Howard Beale, and the movie Network, at the end of your essay.
Network was made in 1976, it is about the media and corporate control of public opinion and mindless consumption.
What is amazing is that a move made over 30 years ago about the corporate media is even more relevant today that it was 3 decades ago.
A work of art being MORE relevant as time passes is the true sign of a work of greatness or genius.
I encourage EVERYONE to see Network, multiple viewings if possible.
We sent out mailings and we received back fair game and disconnection in scientology that people thought that should be corrected.
Mike — What happened to this Reform Code?
This is a great thing.
I have a first edition of the Admin Dictionary from 1976.
The problem is the divergence between theory and practice.
The theory of disconnection, as explained in the 1982 PL alone is logical and sensible.
Well, Mike… there you go, policy straight from LRH himself.
I was in comm with and in support of you and Marty, so I was declared an SP.
Then friends and loved ones who have known me for upwards of 40 years almost all disconnected from me.
A very, VERY evil policy from Ron.
Where will it end?
Uhm … pretty clear I think to most people ….
Although some of them still believe in the validity of the core precepts and practice them outside of the Church of Scientology, all of them have denounced the legitimacy of the organization itself.
It foretells what will happen to the group or individual who cuts an affinity line or a line that contains truth.
And that usually happens as a natural course of events.
Communication lines are sacred and must not be used as channels of viciousness and entheta.
They must not be twisted or perverted.
They must not be glutted with many words and little meaning.
They must not be severed.
They must be established whenever a game pink panther and pals line seems to want to exist or is needed…A line is as dangerous to tamper with as it has truth in its channel….
If there is much truth in that line, it does not give authority to the cutter, it explodes him….
A management which will pervert an affinity or sever one may gain a momentary power, but the laws here are the same as those relating to communication….
When they are slightly interrupted they deliver power to the individual that interrupts them.
True, it is authoritarian power—death power.
But a very faint tampering with a line gives authority to the tamperer fair game and disconnection in scientology he is obscuring to some slight degree a section of theta.
This group is trying to see the theta and reach it and if they can do so only through the tamperer and if they are convinced that the tamperer or tampering is necessary which it NEVER isthen the group tolerates the tamperer in the hope of seeing more theta.
Mistaking this regard for him as something he is receiving personally, the tamperer cannot resist, if he is a narrow and stupid man, tampering a little more with the ARC line.
He can live and is tolerated only so long as the theta he is partially masking is not entirely obscured.
But he, by that first tampering, starts on the dwindling spiral.
At that moment he dies.
He has put so much tension on the line that it explodes.
If it is not a very theta ARC in the first place, he is relatively safe for a longer period.
The pomp and glory he assumes are not his.
He makes them enmest and entheta and eventually corrupts them utterly and corrupts himself and all around him dies as management.
And quite often the only effective way to deal with a sociopath is to get them out of your life, and out of your group.
This has resulted in a lot of good, decent people being labelled as sociopaths who are nothing of the sort.
And of course in the paranoid world of David Miscavige this has been carried to absurd extremes.
I have a friend who was declared for writing a KR on off-policy actions by upper management.
Her husband left her and she became a non-person to most of her acquaintances.
One acquaintance though refused to remove her from his Facebook page, and for this small act of integrity he was declared in turn.
And promptly became a non-person to many of his acquaintances.
Rather than taking justice to a higher level of civilization as LRH envisioned, what the Church has going on now more closely resembles the witch hunts of the Middle Ages.
Another in the series on Disconnection is coming on this subject — who qualifies for the disconnection treatment these days….
They can only keep the money coming in thru blackmail, lies and disconnecting someone who tells the truth.
Regrettably, there is no room in the C of S for anyone who would author a piece like this.
Pausing to look closely at policy and how it should be applied fairly would just get dismissed as weak-minded Q and A.
Anything that assumedly threatens his obsessive control will be stopped, yet, this has become a generalized stopping everything and anybody, thus a suppressive behaviour.
The Fairmans set a legal precedent for service providers denying someone service on the basis of forced disconnection.
Their pleadings are also accessible for use as models.
I believe there are similar precedents where employers have dismissed employees on similar grounds of religious discrimination.
Can anyone cite some specifics on this?
It would be interesting to see if there is any Family Law that could be used to set a precedent for ending this coercion of family members.
The practice of coerced disconnection must end.
As I joined in 1976 my family and relatives and friends at that time had been very negative about Scientology.
Thus I had been moved out of Scientology and had been told that I have to handle this situation.
But actually my family, relatives and friends disconnected from me as me being considered crazy.
I did not disconnect from them.
If someone is a Scientology hater then there is no way to handle this person.
I guess if not actively disconnecting from this person this person will do it on his own will.
I never could change a mind about Scientology.
There is no other option; you simply cannot communicate with him.
As I would also not change my mind about Scientology.
We do have 6 billion people on Earth or so.
But you cannot talk to everyone of them.
Depending on your part you have in society you have to deduct from this list e.
Then what is left?
And then you cannot talk to yourself because you ….!
That was NEVER the EP of PTS Type A handling — only a cessation of the antagonism.
And many, many people got stuck in the no-win situation you described precisely because of that arbitrary.
Too bad you got stuck with that arbitrary instead of getting standard assistance.
Wow, Mike, great article.
Where to begin to comment?
Not only is the practice of disconnection unworkable, unethical and, ultimately unenforceable, but underneath it contains a lie.
Dissidents and whistle-blowers ARE NOT automatically Anti-Social Personalities.
However, they could APPEAR to be if the accuser were SUPPRESSIVE.
Issuing a proclaimation on a colored piece of paper does not make it so.
It is interesting to note that the church no longer distributes SP declares, but are closely held by MAAs and Ethics Officers, and only revealed to create the desired effect on a church member.
I thought the discovery and labelling of an SP was to be BPI, for the welfare please click for source the public?
No, the church KNOWS this is wrong and is demonstrating MWH phenonema.
What are they ashamed of?
Could it be they know it is immoral, unethical and quite possibly a violation of human rights?
Clears and OTs and highly trained auditors?
Long-time members and veteran staff?
The way this makes sense is if: 1 Purge the group of real Scnists and LRH loyalists, so you can usher in squirrelled Scn to an unsuspecting public.
Stat Push, I vote for number 1 in your post.
Purge the group of real Scns and LRH loyalists so you can usher in squirrelled Scn to an unsuspecting public.
And thus destroy the church, which is the real intention.
I think they drum it up and make it up out of whole cloth some of the time and then exaggerate the existing facts other times just to scare you into donating to the IAS to make it all go away.
I recall one sup threatening various org terminals with revealing the EP of a given process strictly prohibited by LRH with indicated consequences he was fully aware of.
Also, a situation a staff member was involved with that should have called for handlings instead of a declare, which ended up being lifted later on.
And still, someone messing up on his metering or blown from course should not be declared and disconnected from by his family.
Yet others blow the whistle on non-standard tech application on seniors and then get done in by them via a declares.
But then when one is an SO member with no money to leave, he can be manipulated under the threat of a declare.
So I have mixed feeling on this, but I believe instances exist where SP declares are necessary for the survival of the group.
Now, I have also heard that some folks were declared on the spot by others.
Even LRH himself violated this from time to time.
Should one use the public communication channels to expose the corruption of the church which is enroute being run into the ground by a small clique of criminals although LRH calls for an SP declare specifically for doing that?
Well, if no viable communication line exists to affect a remedy for the suicide course the church is on, well, what are ya gonna do?
I guess blowing up central headquarters is one option.
I think these questions SOUND complex but are in fact simple Firstly the most heavily abused practice in Scientology is SP Declares.
This is then supposed to get approved by a separate approval body that is supposed to be impartial and outside the push and pull or daily church activities and without an agenda.
In general I would say only one in fifity SP declares have a Committee of Evidence first.
Also I have been myself been a member of such a Committee and told HOW TO RULE by a member of RTC and further told that I would find myself the subject of a committee of evidence if I did not rule in accordance with their instructions.
The other fourty nine get SP declared without trial.
With a psychopathic monster in charge, the normal paths and avenues of justice disappear.
Its the tightly ENFORCED disconnection with SEVERE just click for source for not disconnecting.
This is what tears families apart.
And under David Miscavige, the ethics officers are incredibly strict and work family members over and over till they disconnect and if they do not they are ferocious in punishing such a person.
They would perhaps not be able to do Scientology services, but they would not be themselves aggressively destroyed.
A lot of the evil in the way this policy is applied comes directly fair game and disconnection in scientology David Miscagive and his orders to punish, punish and punish some more.
Remove David Miscagive and the whole thing would soften and relax and people lower on the chain would start making their own decisions.
There would be at least more humane decsions being made and less viciousness.
Yes, so true, most abusive and corrupt ways to utilize SP declares and disconnection.
The above issues you had mentioned might have been far more pervasive in either the SO or other areas, as I have personally never witnessed any of it.
Mind you that was 20 years ago, so the scene may have been different then than it is today.
Based on my experiences though better than 50% of any given declare ended up being lifted, so at least that is an index how easily justice runs astray.
Foremost, an interesting point.
I got into SCN in 1972 and during the 70s, witnessed every type of ethics handling one could imagine.
For the vast majority of them, common sense ruled.
Ethics, was the contemplation of optimum survival.
It was the overriding principle that drove this subject and created a safe environment within the field and within every org I entered.
If a person was declared SP, it was presumed, and accurately so, that a great deal of concern and consideration went into the process.
That a declaration was the very last step, on a generous runway, before allowing a person to do himself in.
Time and again, declares, lower conditions and such were proven to be the correct actions, which gave all of us in the field a sense that Ethics belonged to the individuals and Justice to the group.
And both were carefully being maintained and monitored.
Somewhere around 1982, this all changed.
Ethics ceased to be for the individual.
Ceased to provide a safe environment in which people could contemplate change and actually carry it out.
Ethics became Justice and Justice, essentially ceased to exist.
An SP is no longer someone who commits egregious crimes against the group, but is someone who disagrees with command intention.
Who voices, thoughts or ideas contrary to what has become acceptable within the group.
None of this actually changes the subject of Ethics or its usefulness.
All of these alterations have created a false subject; a holographic replica of SCN and Ethics and everything else.
This confusion is intentional.
Might I add: This area of altered ethics and thus justice has mushroomed much as regging, personnel transfers, etc.
An SP is no longer someone who commits egregious crimes against the group, but is someone who disagrees with command intention.
Who voices, thoughts or ideas contrary to what has become acceptable within the group.
All of these alterations have created a false subject; a holographic replica of SCN and Ethics and everything else.
This confusion is intentio The disconnection policy was written to protect Hubbard himself.
Nobody should find out about him.
There is a slight and unmentioned NUANCE here when comparing Scientology Inc.
In general people do not attack his tech unless the tech was part of his darker personality.
Who attacks the tech?
Who attacks the religion?
People attack the effects of parts of the tech that should be removed.
So the choice for Scientology Inc.
The freezone has chosen already.
Great post Mike — really lays the subject bare with logic and rationality.
On the subject of disconnection this is really heartbreaking.
The handiwork of the Church of Scientology in St Louis MO Thanks Mike.
I think a place for all to tell their stories of disconnection would be powerful and cathartic.
I look forward to hearing them and more forward to the day when all the severed connections are mended.
Mike, brilliantly written post on how the church abuses the Disconnection Policy!
Your logic and perfectly positioned analogies cut like a laser through the illogic and insanity practiced by the church of micavigology.
But I believe this will prove out to be just be one more squirreled policy resulting in the exposure and undoing, not the protection, of dear leader and his continuing reign of terror in his quest to suppress Scientology and Scientologist.
And I agree, the one big solution is to SPEAK UP AND SPEAK OUT!
And not be afraid.
THE TRUTH WILL NOT ONLY SET YOU FREE, IT WILL PROTECT YOU!
IN FACT IT IS THE ONLY THING THAT WILL PROTECT YOU!
This always kind of scared me when I was in the church, because boyh my mother and my son thought scientology just wanted my money…go figure.
I spent alot of time avoiding mentioning them in auditing.
That was probably really productive right?
Oh and by the way hi Tony.
Always glad to see you r comments, knowing you are still alive and well.
Mike, I hate to keep validating you in public like this.
This is one of, probably the best crafted and clear thinking statements on disconnection I have ever read.
The cult really lost a valuable asset when they lost you.
This is an article that if it was sent to the RCS field, it would shake the rafters!
IF you have anyone you can send it to — be my guest.
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L Ron Hubbard From HCOPL URGENT ORG PROGRAMMING "We own a tremendous amount of property.
We own a tremendous amount of material and so forth, and it keeps growing.
When buildings get important to us, for God sakes, some of you born revolutionists will you please blow up central headquarters".
L Ron Hubbard Lecture 31 Dec 1960 "Personal integrity is knowing what you know.
What you know is what you know and to have the courage to know and say what you have observed".
Infidelity does not consist in believing, or in disbelieving; it consists of professing to believe what he does not believe.
If people all over the world would do this, it would change the earth.
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The internet changed it all.
I just did a billion year stint.
And you want me to do it again?!
Well why didn't you say so?
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The above policy letter is one of many which set the tone for the current Scientology culture, and the abuses which go along with it.
What is the online question and answer games of mind of a man who will come up with such a policy in the first place?
He must have one hell of a ruthless streak in him in order to make such practices a policy to be followed in the first place.
Such a policy is indicative of a more serious underlying problem: a cultural mind-set of extremism and fanaticism.
The Fair Game policy was never actually cancelled.
FAIR GAME may not appear on any Ethics Order.
It causes bad public relations.
Hubbard was getting a lot of PR flack over disconnection, so he wrote a policy which would help PR a lot without changing anything significant.
The policy cancelling those things was only issued to the New Zealand government commission that was considering the banning of Scientology.
There are several reasons for this: 1.
We have no interest in the secrets and crimes of people and no use for them.
Security checking is often done without regard to the point where the person feels better and so became overrun.
There is public criticism of security checking as a practice.
The existence of lists of crimes in folders often makes it necessary to destroy the folders which may contain other technical data which is constructive and valuable.
The policy above was a public relations handling— Sec Checks were never abolished.
If you dig through some ancient ethics folders, you would find that they would often explicitly fair game and disconnection in scientology that the subject of the ethics order was to disconnect from one or more other parties who would be named in the ethics order, and that reinstatement to good standing would not happen until that had been done.
Instead, Type A PTS would be told that they had to handle or disconnect, and if handling was impossible, well, too bad!
Superficially, it appeared that L Ron Hubbard Scientology had cancelled disconnection.
That all illness in greater or lesser fair game and disconnection in scientology and all foul-ups stem directly and only from a PTS condition.
That getting rid of the condition requires three basic actions: A.
Ok, even if this is true, it still does not discount the fact that hubbard was the source of the disconnection concept in the first place, and mandated its use in certain circumstances, as per the MANY other policies listed above.
Secondly, there were those who could survive only by living on our lines—they wanted to continue to be connected to Scientologists see the HCOBs on the characteristics of an SP.
We cannot afford to deny Scientologists that basic freedom that is granted to everyone else: the right to choose whom one wishes to communicate with or not communicate with.
The bare fact is that disconnection is a vital tool in handling Fair game and disconnection in scientology and can be very effective when used correctly.
And keep in mind that disconnection even means disconnection from family.
Yes, he said you want to try and handle family first, but he still makes it clear that if one cannot handle their contrary viewpoint, then one should disconnect from them.
Was he perhaps dramatizing the fact of his own family disconnecting from him?
Hubbard stated that illness or accident ALWAYS stems from PTSness.
This is just not true.
Most of the time, Hubbard did visit web page provide evidence to look at for the things he said were fact.
But by then we were mesmerized and did not query it.
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The term Fair Game is used to describe policies and practices carried out by the towards people and groups it perceives as its enemies.
Founder established the policy in the 1950s, in response to criticism both from within and outside his organization.
Individuals or groups who are "Fair Game" are judged to be a threat to the Church and, according to the policy, can be punished and harassed using any and all means possible.
In 1968, Hubbard officially canceled use of the term "Fair Game" because of negative public relations it caused, although the Church's aggressive response to criticism continued.
Applying the principles of Fair Game, Hubbard and his followers targeted many individuals as well as government officials and agencies, including a of the and other agencies during the 1970s.
They also conducted private investigations, and against the Church's critics in the media.
The policy remains in effect and has been defended by the Church of Scientology as a core religious practice.
Starting in the 1980s, for their major branch in Los Angeles, California, the Scientology organization largely switched from using church members in harassment campaigns to hiring private investigators, including former and current Los Angeles police officers.
The reason seemed to be that this gave the church a layer of protection in case embarrassing tactics were used and made public.
Ron Hubbard, said all opposition came from what he called "" SPs — which scientologists claim are "anti-social people who want to destroy anything that benefits humanity.
In 1955 he wrote, "The purpose of the suit is to harass and discourage rather than to win.
The law can be used easily to harass, and enough harassment on somebody fair game and disconnection in scientology is simply on the thin edge anyway, well knowing that he is not authorized, will generally be sufficient to cause his professional decease.
If possible, of course, ruin him utterly".
In his confidential Manual of Justice of 1959, Hubbard wrote "People attack Scientology.
I never forget it, always even the score.
The smell of police or private detectives caused them to fly, to close down, to confess.
Hire them and damn the cost when you need to.
Policy In 1965 Hubbard formulated the " Fair Game Law", which states how to deal with people who interfere with Scientology's activities.
These could be considered "fair game" for retaliation: By FAIR GAME is meant, may not be further protected by the codes and disciplines or the fair game and disconnection in scientology of a Scientologist.
In other words, a person who attacked the Church would not be protected by the Church or granted the rights of Scientologists in good standing.
In December of that year, Hubbard reissued the policy with additional clarifications to define the scope of Fair Game.
He made it clear that the policy applied to non-Scientologists as well, declaring: The homes, property, places and abodes of persons who have been active in attempting to: suppress Scientology or Scientologists are all beyond any protection of Scientology Ethics, unless absolved by later Ethics or an amnesty.
In his Introduction to Scientology Ethics, published in 1968, Hubbard wrote that no Scientologist could be punished "for any action taken against a Suppressive Person or Group during the period that person or group is 'fair game'.
In a 1967 policy titled Penalties for Lower Conditions, Hubbard wrote that opponents who are "fair game" may be "deprived of property or injured by any means by any Scientologist without any discipline of the Scientologist.
May be tricked, sued or lied to or destroyed.
The new just click for source of Penalties for Lower Conditions now said that someone in a condition of Enemy " m ay be restrained or imprisoned.
May be retrained or debarred.
FAIR GAME may not appear on any Ethics Order.
It causes bad public relations.
Spokesmen said that Hubbard's intended meaning was merely that former members could not appeal to Scientology's legal system for support or protection against anyone who might try to trick, sue or destroy them.
Sociologist commented that this interpretation seemed to be "contradicted by the words on the page, and by actions taken against those regarded as enemies of the movement.
The doctrine of "Fair Game" was a central element of the Guardian's Office's operational policies.
The original 1965 "Fair Game Law" is listed as a reference for GO staff in its confidential Intelligence Course, which was later entered into evidence in a US Federal court case in 1979.
During the case Church lawyers admitted that "Fair Game" had been practiced long after its supposed cancellation in 1968.
Hubbard said in a 1976 affidavit that he had never intended to authorize harassment: There was never any attempt or intent on my part by the writing of these policies or any others for that factto authorise illegal or harassment type acts against anyone.
As revised in 1991, Scientology's policy on the handling of "suppressive persons" states: Nothing in this policy letter shall ever or under any circumstances justify any violation of the laws of the land or intentional legal wrongs.
Any such offense shall subject the offender to penalties prescribed by law as well as to ethics and justice actions.
Cases A series of court cases in England in the 1970s saw Fair Game being strongly criticized by senior judges.
The suggested in one case that Scientology organisations were willing to harass their critics.
They also described a case brought by the Church against author as a deliberate form of harassment.
In a case where the Church of Scientology of California sought to block publication of a book quoting Scientology materials, cited the Fair Game policy along with what he described as the Church's "deplorable means adopted to suppress inquiry or criticism.
Charles Berner, 1965 According to an FDA investigation, in 1965, ex-Scientologist Charles Berner received a "Fair Game Order".
Afterwards, Berner stated he received other life-threatening letters, "indicating he should apply technique to himself.
This particular technique is a route whereby an individual places a 45 caliber pistol to his head and disassociates himself from his body.
Gene Allard, 1974 In 1974, the Church lost a case against an ex-Scientologist named L.
Gene Allard who in 1969, shortly after leaving the Church of Scientology, had been arrested on a charge of grand theft made by the Church of Scientology.
The charge was dismissed "in the interest of justice", and Allard sued the Church for malicious prosecution.
At the trial, Allard's lawyer introduced the October 1967 and October 1968 "Fair Game" policy statements into evidence.
Attorneys acting for the Church of Scientology had argued that the Fair Game policy had been canceled, was irrelevant to the suit and had not been applied to Allard.
In July 1976, the refused to review the case.
Paulette Cooper, 1976 Journalist Inthe Church of Scientology attempted to cause journalist and writer to be imprisoned, killed, driven to suicide or committed to a mental institution, as revenge for her publication in 1971 of a highly critical book.
The discovered documentary evidence of the plot and the preceding campaign of harassment during an investigation into the Church of Scientology in 1977, eventually leading to the Church compensating Cooper in an out-of-court settlement.
Department of Health and Social Security UK1979 The Church of Scientology of California sued the DHSS in British courts for defamation.
The DHSS had suggested that Scientologists were dangerous charlatans who would worsen rather than cure.
The Church demanded as part of that the DHSS release letters and medical records from people who had complained about the Church.
He was concerned that the documents would be used "not for legitimate purposes of the action but for harassment of individual patients, informants and renegades named in them, not only by proceedings for defamation against them but by threats and blackmail.
These included getting Scientologist employees to resign, and Scientologist customers to boycott or refuse to pay him.
The 1986 judgment by a Los Angeles jury was upheld by the in 1989.
During appeals, the Church again claimed Fair Game was a "core practice" of Scientology and was thus protected "religious expression".
The court decided that the Church's campaign "to ruin Wollersheim economically, and possibly psychologically" should be discouraged rather than protected.
Twenty years after the start of the case, the Church paid Wollersheim a judgment, with interest, that amounted to 8,674,643.
Jakob Anderson, 1981 In the March 11—16, 1981, Danish court case of Jakob Anderson vs The Church Of Scientology of Denmark, ex-Guardian's Office operative Vibeke Damman testified that the Church did in fact practice Fair Game and had done so in Anderson's case, in an attempt to get Anderson committed to a psychiatric hospital.
Gerald Armstrong, 1984Hubbard's archivist In 1980, Scientologist and officer was assigned to organize some of Hubbard's personal papers as the basis for a biography of Hubbard.
Omar Garrison, a non-Scientologist known to be sympathetic to Scientology, was hired to write the biography.
Both Armstrong and Garrison quickly realized that the papers reflected unfavorably on Hubbard, and revealed that many of Hubbard's claimed accomplishments were exaggerations or outright fabrications.
Garrison abandoned the project, and a disillusioned Armstrong and his wife left the Church, retaining copies of the embarrassing materials as insurance against the expected harassment to come.
Armstrong was sued by the Church in 1982 for the theft of private documents.
The "Fair Game" policy became an issue in court.
Armstrong won the case, in part because the Judge ruled that Armstrong, as a Scientologist of long standing, knew that fair game was practiced, and had good reason to believe that possession of these papers would be necessary to defend himself against illegal persecution by the Church.
In a scathing decision, Judge Paul Breckenridge wrote: In addition to violating and abusing its own members' civil-rights, the organization over the years with its "Fair Game" doctrine has harassed and abused those persons not in the Church whom it perceives as enemies.
He believed, reasonably, that he was subject to "fair game.
Stating his conclusions in a public hearing, read some of Scientology's internal documents fair game and disconnection in scientology the record.
Despite the alleged cancellation of Fair Game, he reported that, "Deprival of property, injury by any means, trickery, suing, lying or destruction have been pursued throughout and to this day with the fullest possible vigour.
The Church had persecuted him by stealing his employment records from a hospital, launching frivolous lawsuits against him and tracking down his patients and neighbors.
Thewhich Latey described as "a Scientology 'front'", made multiple complaints of misconduct against the doctor.
They followed him for the next two decades to Wyoming and ten years in Czech Republic, where he went to medical school and worked as an English teacher.
In 2012, Paul Marrick and Greg Arnold, the two private detectives who followed Broeker for 25 years, sued the Church of Scientology for breach of contract when the organization stopped paying them for their investigations.
Richard Behar, 1991 Journalist In 1991, investigative journalist wrote "", a Time cover story on.
The acclaimed article won several awards.
The brought several lawsuits over the article, all of which were eventually dismissed.
While investigating the story, he experienced some of Scientology's Fair Game tactics: I later learned, a copy of my personal credit report — with detailed information about my bank accounts, home mortgage, credit-card payments, home address and Social Security number — had been illegally retrieved from a national credit bureau called.
The sham company that received it, "Educational Funding Services" of Los Angeles, gave as its address a mail drop a few blocks from Scientology's headquarters.
The owner of the mail drop is a private eye named Fred Wolfson, who admits that an Ingram associate retained him to retrieve credit reports on several individuals.
Wolfson says he was told that Scientology's attorneys "had judgments against these people and were trying to collect on them.
A close friend in Los Angeles received a disturbing telephone call from a Scientology staff member seeking data about me — an indication that the cult may have illegally obtained my personal phone records.
Two detectives contacted me, posing as a friend and a relative of a so-called cult victim, to elicit negative statements from me about Scientology.
Some of my conversations with them were taped, transcribed and presented by the church in to TIME's lawyers as "proof" of my bias against Scientology.
Carmen Llywelyn, 2002 Actress and photographer was introduced to the through her partner and future husband professional skateboarder and actor.
In 2015, Llywelyn penned an article entitled "Why I Left Scientology".
According to her account, when she revealed to her that she had reada book critical of the Church, she was labeled a and shunned or "disconnected" by her friends within the church.
Llywelyn's manager, a member of the Church, also "disconnected" and allegedly convinced to drop Llywelyn as a client.
Llwelyn reports being subjected to a campaign of surveillance and harassment.
Writes Llywelyn: "Scientology has a sophisticated intelligence agency known as thewhich is essentially a complex system dedicated to ruining the lives of those it sees as enemies in any way possible.
Those who work for the OSA do not follow the law.
Mark and Monique Rathbun, 2009 Former senior executivea former senior executive of the Free online games pick and dig of Scientology, left the organization in 2004.
A one-hour feature titled Scientologists at War was broadcast on June 17, 2013, on British.
The feature, a rare insider view of the Church of Scientology, investigated the pressure tactics used by the "Squirrel Busters" affiliated to the organization to discredit and silence members who leave the church.
It highlighted the story of Mark Rathbun, his role in Scientology, his fall out with Scientology leader David Miscavige, his attempts to further the cause of an independent Scientology movement, his confrontations with the "Squirrel Busters" and the repercussions on his family life.
Leahy reported that his employer had "flat-out said our goal is to make Marty's life a living hell".
In 2013, Mark Rathbun's wife, a non-Scientologist, filed suit against the Church of Scientology, alleging four years of harassment by the church.
In October 2014, Rathbun filmed an encounter which he claimed showed three members of the church's top management as they "ambushed" him at.
The church defended this activity as being protected by religious freedom and free speech rights.
As of January 2016the court has denied a Church motion to have the case dismissed under anti- law, but the ruling Miscavage must testify in the case was overturned on appeal.
After more than 32 months of litigation, Monique Rathbun dropped the lawsuit against the church, after firing her attorneys on January 2016, due to financial constraints.
She filed a motion to end the legal proceedings which the state Supreme court granted on May 6, and Monique Rathbun filed for dismissal on May 10.
In July 2013, Wisconsin police responding to a suspicious person call found Dwayne S.
Powell outside Ronald's home.
Powell was in possession of firearms and an illegal homemade.
Powell told police that on one occasion, he witnessed what he believed to be Ron Sr.
According to Powell, after immediately reporting the perceived emergency to his superiors, he received a call for further instructions from a man who identified himself as David Miscavige.
According to the police report, Powell was instructed "to let him die and not intervene in any way.
Among those targeted werethe former spokesman for the Church of Scientology, and journalist.
Both men had participated in the documentary film.
In practice An "Ethics Order" dating from March 6, 1968, issued by L.
Ron Hubbard aboard his boat the Royal Scotsman, lists twelve Scientologists who were accused of distributing altered versions of upper level materials.
Hubbard writes "They are fair game.
No amnesty may ever cover them.
The R2-45 Auditing Process consists of shooting a person with the intent to kill them.
It later emerged that "Fair Game" had actually continued in use until at least 1980, despite its cancellation, and there have been frequent allegations that it has remained in force since then.
During the 1970s the GO of the Church of Scientology, headed by Hubbard's wifeconducted a wide-ranging and systematic series of espionage and intimidation operations against perceived enemies of Scientology.
See for a noteworthy example.
According to an investigation, "Fair Game" tactics had been used to force the withdrawal of the presiding judge in an attempt to "throw" the case.
As the US Government's attorneys put it, "Defendants, through one of their attorneys, have stated that the fair game policy continued in effect well after the indictment in this case visit web page the conviction of the first nine co-defendants.
Defendants claim that the policy was abrogated by the Church's Board of Directors in late July or early August, 1980, only after the defendants' personal attack on.
In two subsequent court cases the Church defended "Fair Game" as a "core practice of Scientology", and claimed that it was therefore protected as "religious expression".
Since then, a number of ex-Scientologists who formerly held senior management positions in the Church have alleged that while working for the Church they saw "Fair Game" tactics continuing to be used.
In 1994,who had been the Chairman of the Board of the the Church's central management bodyclaimed in an affidavit that Because of my position and the reports which regularly crossed my desk, I know that during my entire presidency of RTC "fair game" actions against enemies were daily routine.
click from the legal tactics described below, the "fair game" activities included break-ins, libel, upsetting the companies of the enemy, espionage, harassment, misuse of confidential communications in the folders of community members and so forth.
Janie Peterson, a former Scientologist, testified in a hearing in 1982 that while working in the Guardians Office she had conducted smear campaigns against Church opponents, sometimes using information from confidential confessional files.
A lawyer for the Church denounced the hearings as a "witch hunt".
The former scientologist stated that the Fair Game policy still applied despite the cancellation of the name.
In the United Kingdom See also: In the UK, targets of Fair Game and related harassment over the years have included ex-members, authors, journalists, broadcasters, the mental health profession, cult-monitoring groups, government and law enforcement.
Maurice William Johnson was a Scientologist who resigned in June 1966 and successfully sued for his money back.
He told a court that after leaving he had received over 100 abusive letters, many of them using violent language.
An article in The Auditor, a Scientology publication, was produced to the court, stating outright that Johnson was "fair game" and describing him as "an enemy of mankind, the planets and all life.
He provided help to other members in leaving the organisation, as well as acting as an expert witness in various cases concerning Scientology.
In response, Atack's home was repeatedly picketed by placard-carrying Scientologists over the course of six days.
Eugene Ingram, a private investigator employed by the Church, made visits to Atack, his elderly mother and other family and friends, spreading rumours that Atack would be going to prison.
Scientologists also distributed leaflets entitled "The Truth about Jon Atack", implying that he was a drug dealer who only criticised Scientology for money.
Atack eventually went bankrupt due to fair game and disconnection in scientology cost of defending himself against legal action from the Church.
According to speaking in thea number of ex-Scientologists "have been both threatened and harassed and a considerable number of them have been made bankrupt by the church.
He recounted the case of a Scientologist who had been accused of stealing documents fromand was told in writing that he was a and Fair Game.
The man's wife told Bracchi, "For months after, we had anonymous notes delivered in the post almost daily.
They said, 'You bastard,' 'You're dead,' 'Nothing will save you.
When the team were filming in the United States, Scientology representatives followed them fair game and disconnection in scientology repeatedly harangued them.
Unknown men also trailed the team, one even appearing at journalist 's wedding.
In our hotel a weird stranger spent every breakfast listening to us.
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Disconnection is the severance of all ties between a and a friend, colleague, or family member deemed to be antagonistic towards Scientology.
The practice of disconnection is a form of.
In some circumstances, disconnection has ended and separated children from their parents.
The has repeatedly denied that such a policy exists, though as of February 2012 its website acknowledged the practice and described it as a.
In the United States, the Church has tried to argue in court that disconnection is a constitutionally protected religious practice.
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In order to resolve the PTS condition, he either HANDLES the other person's antagonism as covered in the materials on PTS handling or, as a last resort when all attempts to handle have failed, he disconnects from the person.
He is simply exercising his right to communicate or not to communicate with a particular person.
Hubbard defined "handling" as an action to lessen a situation towards an antagonistic individual by means of communication, and disconnection as a decision to cut communication with another individual.
Hubbard also wrote that Scientology Ethics Officers should recommend handling rather than disconnection when the antagonistic individual is a close relative.
He also stated that failure, or refusal, to disconnect from a Suppressive Person is a Suppressive Act by itself.
In one case cited by the UK Government, a six-year-old girl was declared Suppressive for failing to disconnect from her mother.
Sociologist reports that Scientologists connected to a suppressive would usually be required to handle or disconnect, although he found some "Ethics Orders" which ordered unconditional disconnection.
Originally, disconnection involved not only ending communication with someone but also declaring it publicly.
It was also common for Scientologists to send short letters to the suppressive person, fair game and disconnection in scientology warn them that they were disconnected.
The policy was introduced in 1965 in a policy letter written by Hubbard.
The "Code of Reform" introduced by Hubbard in 1968 discontinued andand cancelled "disconnection as a relief to those suffering from familial suppression.
When the Government set up a Commission of Inquiry into Scientology, wrote to them saying that disconnection had been cancelled and that there was no intention to bring it back.
The Commission welcomed the letter, but noted Hubbard did not promise never to re-introduce the practice of disconnection.
In his bookJon Atack cites an internal document dated August 1982 that, he alleges, re-introduced the disconnection policy.
A belief that disconnection was being used again, and not as a last resort, led a group of British Scientologists to resign from the Church in 1984, while keeping their allegiance to the beliefs of Scientology.
Their interpretation was that the teachings of L.
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Examples of application The 1960s In 1966, UK newspaper the quoted a disconnection letter from Scientologist Karen Henslow to her mother: Dear Mother, I am hereby disconnecting from you because you are suppressive to me.
You evaluate for me, invalidate me, interrupt me and remove all my gains.
And you are destroying me.
From now you don't exist in my life.
Henslow, a thirty-year-old sufferer fromhad been a Scientology staff member for two weeks when she disconnected.
The message was accompanied by a second letter apologising for the first and saying that it had been mailed without her permission.
Raymond Buckingham, a singer who ran a voice school inwas recruited into Scientology by one of his pupils.
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One of these was a famous singer for whom he had arranged a series of performances.
It states, "The FDA literature he comes in contact with is not to be read by him at all.
To defend his claims that families were being alienated, he produced evidence of specific cases in court.
The judge described it as "astonishing" that the Scientologists did not contest these allegations.
In 1969, the government set up an official inquiry into the Church of Scientology.
The ensuing quoted from a number of disconnection letters and also reproduced some "Ethics Orders" which identified Suppressive Persons who were "not to be communicated with in any way.
All communication is cut completely.
The 1971 UK government investigation into Scientology and ensuing reproduced a number of internal "Ethics Orders".
One of these, dating from November 1967, concerns a member who had asked for a refund.
He left when he was told that friends who were hostile to Scientology were interfering with his progress and he must disassociate from them.
It is reproduced in his book and states, "Anyone connected to him is not to be processed or trained until he or she has disconnected from him in writing.
The committee issued a permanent writ of Disconnection, forbidding all other Scientologists from having contact with the accused.
Indescribes being ordered to disconnect from a friend in 1983, shortly after the policy was re-introduced.
One is written by a Scientologist to his fiancée.
In the other, a man writes to his business partner and former friend, "What you are now doing in setting yourself against the Church is not only very suppressive but also non-survival for you, your family and any group you are associated with.
The fiancé concerned said "it was a personal decision" and a spokesman was quoted denying that there is a policy to split up relationships.
Also in 1984, interviewed Gulliver Smithers, a former Scientologist who had left the group's base at when he was 14 years old.
Smithers explained that disconnection was an everyday part of life in Saint Hill, "It goes round by word of mouth when someone is an outcast.
He or she is just ignored and shunned.
It was what we were brought up to do.
Since the disconnection was not voluntary, it did not count as protected religious practice.
In 1995, the UK local paper Kent Today talked to Pauline Day, whose Scientologist daughter Helen had sent a disconnection letter and then dropped all contact, even changing her phone number.
A spokeswoman for the Church of Scientology denied that this decision had anything to do with the Church.
The paper also quoted an internal so-called "Ethics Order" instructing him to "handle or disconnect" from his sister Tanya because of anti-Scientology comments she had made online.
Lennox himself and Church of Scientology spokesmen denied this.
Ex-Scientologist told magazine that her Scientologist husband and friends refused to talk to her after she left the Church.
In January 2008,niece ofspoke out about the policy's effect on her family.
She revealed that, once her parents left the Church while she remained, she had been forbidden to answer the telephone in case she spoke to them and that her parents only restored occasional access to her by threatening legal action.
Another second-generation Scientologist,told 's Nightline that she had been forbidden any contact with her father once he left the Church and she was still a member.
She used her weekly laundry time to secretly meet up with him.
To make the television fair game and disconnection in scientologythe team spoke to two mothers whose daughters had disconnected, one for nearly seven years.
Mike Henderson, an ex-Scientologist, told Panorama how he had not spoken to his father during his time as a member.
When Henderson left Scientology, he re-established communication with his father, but most of the rest of the family disconnected from Henderson fair game and disconnection in scientology a click />Actor has alleged that after he left the Church of Scientology in 2008, former friends who remained in the Church disconnected from him.
In 2009, a man named Shane Clark was about to be declared a for being employed by Marc Headley, author of.
Clark secretly recorded a meeting between himself and Scientology spokesman and his wife.
In the tape, Davis is heard not only threatening Clark with suppressive person declaration, but telling him he will be the subject of disconnection.
Clark was later declared, and his family disconnected from him.
Despite the direct evidence to the contrary, Davis denied the existence of the disconnection policy in a television interview on.
Haggis wrote, "We all know this policy exists", and said his wife had been ordered to disconnect from her ex-Scientologist parents, "although it caused her terrible personal pain.
It was a terrible time.
When actress publicly left the Church in 2013, Remini's sister, Nicole, revealed that she and the rest of Remini's family did as well to avoid being split up by the Church's disconnection policy.
Comments by religious scholars The consulted three religious scholars about disconnection in Scientology, two of whom had been recommended by the organization itself.
Flinn ofsaid that practices such as disconnection are common to young religions.
He drew parallels with the dis-fellowship practiced by.
This view is not shared by all religious scholars.
Newton Maloney of also described the policy as "too extreme.
In popular culturewho briefly dabbled with Scientology, wrote extensively about it during the late 1960s, weaving some of its jargon into his fictional works, as well as authoring nonfiction essays about it.
He uses the term "Disconnect" in a Scientological context in and other works.
In the end, however, he abandoned Scientology and publicly criticized it in an editorial for the in 1970.
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Disconnection is the severance of all ties between a and a friend, colleague, or family member deemed to be antagonistic towards Scientology.
The practice of disconnection is a form of.
In some circumstances, disconnection has ended and separated children from their parents.
The has repeatedly denied that such a policy exists, though as of February 2012 its website acknowledged the practice and described it as a.
In the United States, the Church has tried to argue in court that disconnection is a constitutionally protected religious practice.
However, this argument was rejected because the pressure put on individual Scientologists to disconnect means it is not voluntary.
The Church teaches that association with these people impedes a member's progress along the.
In order to resolve the PTS condition, he either HANDLES the other person's antagonism as covered in the materials on PTS handling or, as a last resort when all attempts to handle have failed, he disconnects from the person.
He is simply exercising his right to communicate or not to communicate with a particular person.
Hubbard defined "handling" as an action to lessen a situation towards an antagonistic individual by means of communication, and disconnection as a decision to cut communication with another individual.
Hubbard also wrote that Scientology Ethics Officers should recommend handling rather than disconnection when the antagonistic individual is a close relative.
He also stated that failure, or refusal, to disconnect from a Suppressive Person is a Suppressive Act by itself.
In one case cited by the UK Government, a six-year-old girl was declared Suppressive for failing to disconnect from her mother.
Sociologist click that Scientologists connected to a suppressive would usually be required to handle or disconnect, although he found some "Ethics Orders" which ordered unconditional disconnection.
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It was also common for Scientologists to send short letters to the suppressive person, to warn them that they were disconnected.
The policy was introduced in 1965 in see more policy letter written by Hubbard.
The "Code of Reform" introduced by Hubbard in 1968 discontinued andand cancelled "disconnection as a relief to those suffering from familial suppression.
When the Government set up a Commission of Inquiry into Scientology, wrote to them saying that disconnection had been cancelled fair game and disconnection in scientology that there was no intention to bring it back.
The Commission welcomed the letter, but noted Hubbard did not promise never to re-introduce the practice of disconnection.
In his bookJon Atack cites an internal document dated August 1982 that, he alleges, re-introduced the disconnection policy.
A belief that disconnection was being used again, and not as a last resort, led a group of British Scientologists to resign from the Church in 1984, while keeping their allegiance to the beliefs of Scientology.
Their interpretation was that the teachings of L.
Ron Hubbard "encourage the unity of the family" and therefore that the disconnection policy was "a misrepresentation or misapplication".
Examples of application The 1960s In 1966, UK newspaper the quoted a disconnection letter from Scientologist Karen Henslow to her mother: Dear Mother, I am hereby disconnecting from you because opinion download princess and the frog game think are suppressive to me.
You evaluate for me, invalidate me, interrupt me and remove all my gains.
And you are destroying me.
From now you don't exist in my life.
Henslow, a thirty-year-old sufferer fromhad been a Scientology staff member for two weeks when she disconnected.
The message was accompanied by a second letter apologising for the first and saying that it had been mailed without her permission.
Raymond Buckingham, a singer who ran a voice school inwas recruited into Scientology by one of his pupils.
He was asked to disconnect from a business associate who had been labelled suppressive.
When he spoke out publicly against Scientology, his Scientologist pupils disconnected from him and refused to pay him.
One of these was a famous singer for whom he had arranged a series of performances.
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All communication is cut completely.
The 1971 UK government investigation into Scientology and ensuing reproduced a number of internal "Ethics Orders".
One of these, dating from November 1967, concerns a member who had asked for a refund.
He left when he was told that friends who were hostile to Scientology were interfering with his progress and he must disassociate from them.
It is reproduced in his book and states, "Anyone connected to him is not to be processed or trained until he or she has disconnected from him in writing.
The committee issued a permanent writ of Disconnection, forbidding all other Scientologists from having contact with the accused.
Indescribes being ordered to disconnect from a friend in 1983, shortly after the policy was re-introduced.
One is written by a Scientologist to his fiancée.
In the other, a man writes to his business partner and former friend, "What you are now doing in setting yourself against the Church is not only very suppressive but also non-survival for you, your family and any group you are associated with.
The fiancé concerned said "it was a personal decision" and a spokesman was quoted denying that there is a policy to split up relationships.
Also in 1984, interviewed Gulliver Smithers, a former Scientologist who had left the group's base at when he was 14 years old.
Smithers explained that disconnection was an everyday part of life in Saint Hill, "It goes round by word of mouth when someone is an outcast.
He or she is just ignored and shunned.
It was what we were brought up to do.
Since the disconnection was not voluntary, it did not count as protected religious practice.
In 1995, the UK local paper Kent Today talked to Pauline Day, whose Scientologist daughter Helen had sent a disconnection letter and then dropped all contact, even changing her phone number.
A spokeswoman for the Church of Scientology denied that this decision had anything to do with the Church.
The paper also quoted an internal so-called "Ethics Order" instructing him to "handle or disconnect" from his sister Tanya because of anti-Scientology comments she had made online.
Lennox himself and Church of Scientology spokesmen denied this.
Ex-Scientologist told magazine that her Scientologist husband and friends refused to talk to her after she left the Church.
In January 2008,niece ofspoke out about the policy's effect on her family.
She revealed that, once her parents left the Church while she remained, she had been forbidden to answer the telephone in case she spoke to them and that her parents only restored occasional access to her by threatening legal action.
Another second-generation Scientologist,told 's Nightline that she had been forbidden any contact with her father once he left the Church and she was still a member.
She used her click at this page laundry time to secretly meet up with him.
To make the television documentarythe team spoke to two mothers whose daughters had disconnected, one for nearly seven years.
Mike Henderson, an ex-Scientologist, told Panorama how he had not spoken to his father during his time as a member.
When Henderson left Scientology, he re-established communication with his father, but most of the congratulate, freegames down agree of the family disconnected from Henderson as a result.
Actor has alleged that after he left the Church of Scientology in 2008, former friends who remained in the Church disconnected from him.
In 2009, a man named Shane Clark was about to be declared a for being employed by Marc Headley, author of.
Clark secretly recorded a meeting between himself and Scientology spokesman and his wife.
In the tape, Davis is heard not only threatening Clark with suppressive person declaration, but telling him he will be the subject of disconnection.
Clark was later declared, and his family disconnected from him.
Despite the direct evidence to the contrary, Davis denied the existence of the disconnection policy in a television interview on.
Haggis wrote, "We all know this policy exists", and said his wife had fair game and disconnection in scientology ordered to disconnect from her ex-Scientologist parents, "although it caused her terrible personal pain.
It was a terrible time.
When actress publicly left the Church in 2013, Remini's sister, Nicole, revealed that she and the rest of Remini's family did as well to avoid being split up by the Church's disconnection policy.
Comments by religious scholars The consulted three religious scholars about disconnection in Scientology, two of whom had been recommended by the organization itself.
Flinn ofsaid that practices such as disconnection are common to young religions.
He drew parallels with the dis-fellowship practiced by.
This view is not shared by all religious scholars.
Newton Maloney of also described the policy as "too extreme.
In popular culturewho briefly dabbled with Scientology, wrote extensively about it during the late 1960s, weaving some of its jargon into his fictional works, as well as authoring nonfiction essays about it.
He uses the term "Disconnect" in a Scientological context in and other works.
In the end, however, he abandoned Scientology and publicly criticized it in an editorial for the in 1970.
London: Heinemann Educational Books.
There had been much evidence as to how Scientology broke up marriages and alienated children from their parents.
Retrieved 30 November 2009.
Independent News and Media.
Retrieved 30 Fair game and disconnection in scientology 2009.
Church of Scientology of California, Civ.
Introduction to Scientology Ethics Latin American Spanish ed.
Introduction to Scientology Ethics Latin American Spanish ed.
Introduction to Scientology Ethics Latin American Spanish ed.
Ron 23 December 1965 HCO Policy Letter "Suppressive Acts" reproduced in Powles, Sir Guy Richardson; E.
Dumbleton 30 June 1969.
Hubbard Scientology Organisation in New Zealand and any associated scientology organisation or bodies in New Fair game and disconnection in scientology report of stardoll play and games Commission of Inquiry.
Ron 29 November 1968 "Code of Reform" reproduced in Powles, Sir Guy Richardson; E.
Dumbleton 30 June 1969.
Hubbard Scientology Organisation in New Zealand and any associated scientology organisation or bodies in New Zealand; report of the Commission of Inquiry.
A Piece of Blue Sky: Scientology, Dianetics and L.
Dumbleton 30 June 1969.
Hubbard Scientology Organisation in New Zealand and any associated scientology organisation or bodies in New Zealand; report of the Commission of Inquiry.
The case of the processed woman".
The Scandal of Scientology.
New York: Tower Publications.
The Scandal of Scientology.
New York: Tower Publications.
Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London.
A Piece of Blue Sky: Scientology, Dianetics and L.
Retrieved 30 November 2009.
Archived from on 7 July 2013.
Retrieved 18 July 2013.
Los Angeles Free Press.
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You can see Tommy Davis doing even worse than that though frankly, he is a pretty poor example of the art of careful wording, he set records for horrendous blunders in his short career that will never be surpassed.
And the church believes they can just keep asserting this and nobody will notice they are lying.
Like the oft-used abused wife example above, the idea is that if there is someone who is causing you grief in your life and you cannot deal with it, then get yourself away from the source of grief.
And when this is used for the benefit of the individual, it can be a helpful practice.
There IS policy applied by the Church of Scientology that REQUIRES someone to disconnect from anyone declared by HCO as a Suppressive Person.
And it must be so labeled.
An individual labeled a Suppressive, even if only due to continued association with someone ELSE who has been labeled a Suppressive, faces the reality of immediate family members spouses, children, parentsfriends, business associates and even employers who are Scientologists disconnected from them.
Lost jobs, divorce, kicked out of school, refused service by doctors and many other ramifications from life altering to merely annoying.
It is church policy that anyone who is declared has forfeited their right to participate in the activities of the church and is no longer eligible for auditing or training.
This is the Scientology equivalent of being condemned to hell.
It is a powerful motivating force.
If I Hold A Gun To Your Head Are You Choosing Freely?
For most, it is a practical decision, not a moral one.
This Is Constitutionally Protected Activity The church claims the moral high ground though this play mobile games for free online and on the go after they have been forced to admit that they DO enforce disconnection.
They are technically correct.
Legally, they are protected by the law.
Eventually, the checks and balances of an elected government, the press and public opinion conspire to outlaw abhorrent and abusive behavior.
The sooner Corporate Scientology recognize that enforced disconnection puts them on a par with the Segregationists of the first half of the 20 th century who fair game and disconnection in scientology God and the law was on their side, the better off the church and anyone associated with it will be.
What Does Scientology Fear?
Corporate Scientology is terrified that allowing people to remain connected with Suppressives will erode away their base of faithful followers by filling their heads with lies.
Other religions operate in the marketplace of free ideas.
Surely such an advanced and strong religion would be far better able to deal with criticism or negative statements than others?
You can find a virtually endless amount of negative information about Catholicism, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism or any other of the major belief systems on earth.
And despite that, they check this out survive and do not try to control their adherents by seeking to remove anyone who may be negative or critical of their faith from their lives.
How Will It End?
The same way segregation ended.
By bringing attention to the abuses.
By the media doing stories and making the truth known.
With testimonials on the internet and in social media.
And eventually by elected officials being goaded into action.
Institutionalized abuses of human rights all come to an end when enough voices are raised in protest.
If you have a story of disconnection and are willing to have it published on this blog with your name, send it t0 the page.
If I can, I will publish it.
This was exactly the blog post I needed on the exact day I needed it.
That is the purpose of the Indie 500 List.
And already that is working.
There are actually a number of people who have been on the list for more than a year, who have not been declared.
The CoS was like a big tree full of people.
They are running out of limbs.
In fact, the tree has become a telephone pole, and the only branch left is the one they are clinging to.
There are currently 462 people on this prestigious list—veteran Scientologists, OTs, Clears, ex-staff https://davpon.ru/and-games/games-and-go-roseville.html decades of experience, award winners, and opinion leaders.
Hi Steve, That list was one of the things that helped me greatly as I was going through my own trip through my valley of darkness.
I was speechless to see how many long time, highly trained or clearly highly dedicated people were on that list.
No doubt if everyone out put their names up it would have to be the Indie 5,000,000 list to account for the millions cob said we were to the numbers reflected today in orgs around the world.
He is on staff.
I am some how declared, but never got the full story.
Just third party garbage from the ex-husband….
He tries to continue to constantly punish me monetarily; since I am dependent on the alimony to survive.
Thanks for this blog, and for the brave souls out there.
May our pleasant dr4ams come true.
My story of disconnection was published as part of the Truth Rundown series in the Tampa Bay Times.
The initial issues related to that became the subject of a farcical Comm Ev done by Warren McShane, the President of RTC at the click the following article, and under the approving eye and demanding glare of the upper echelons of that same group, RTC.
When it came time for me to choose how to deal with this destructive idiocy, I discussed it with my father.
My rationale was that if I put in that order, if I did what was called for in policy, then surely this would lead to a saner response and eventual clarity and resolution that spread throughout.
When I did eventually finish, and had that in writing on CofS letterhead, I asked for a Board of Review on the entire cycle.
This was deemed to be an indicator that I had not done A-E.
More nonsense and gibbering lunatic babble.
So I plotted to gain access to my wife on other lines.
She was now ill, with cancer, and time was running out.
We finally did reconnect, but only in the death of that body.
We have risen above the surly bonds of wits and wagers game amazon necessity and the vias of MEST, to be aware.
I also have experienced as much as any being, the harshness, the permeating pain, the crushing weight of that disconnection.
I have no doubts or qualms that were the man still alive, and on the lines, continue reading re-introduction of disconnection.
Disconnection as a right of an individual, without a gun to their head, is sacrosanct.
We do not live isolated lives.
There are exigencies and requirements to deal with them.
Should those exigencies continue past the handling, then they are arbitraries, which are in a group — engrams.
Those engrams are the held down computations that derail the survival of not only the group, but every Dynamic.
Cancel that HCOB, as written.
The calculation of the greatest good for the greatest number of Dynamics in the absence of a fixed idea, ANY fixed idea, other than optimum survival across the span of life, is the Optimum Solution.
I have no question that L.
Ron Hubbard would do exactly that, applying as he always did, the principle of workability in achieving the ultimate aims of this whole game.
The results of the impossibility of that paragraph of this HCOB, PTSness and Disconnection, are plain.
CANCEL THE BULLETIN, as written.
Jim, I know this pain.
Thank you for giving us more.
My thoughts are that Annie is proud of you doing what she could not can not.
Since so many other people here can comment personally on the destructive disconnection policy, and I cannot, I will call attention to mention of Howard Beale, and the movie Network, at the end of your essay.
Network was made in 1976, it is about the media and corporate control of public opinion and mindless consumption.
What is amazing is that a move https://davpon.ru/and-games/playman-track-and-field-games-free-download-for-blackberry.html over 30 years ago about the corporate media is even more relevant today that it was 3 decades ago.
A work of art being MORE relevant as time passes is the true sign of a work of greatness or genius.
I encourage EVERYONE to see Network, multiple viewings if possible.
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Mike — What happened to this Reform Code?
This is a great thing.
I have a first edition of the Admin Dictionary from 1976.
The problem is the divergence between theory and practice.
The theory of disconnection, as explained in the 1982 PL alone is logical and sensible.
Well, Mike… there you go, policy straight from LRH himself.
I was in comm with and in support of you and Marty, so I was declared an SP.
Then friends and loved ones who have known me for upwards of 40 years almost all disconnected from me.
A very, VERY evil policy from Ron.
Where will fair game and disconnection in scientology end?
Uhm … pretty clear I think to most people ….
Although some of them still believe in the validity of the core precepts and practice them outside of the Church of Scientology, all of them have denounced the legitimacy of the organization itself.
It foretells what will happen to the group or individual who cuts an affinity line or a line that contains truth.
And that usually happens as a natural course of events.
Communication lines are sacred and must not be used as channels of viciousness and entheta.
They must not be twisted or perverted.
They must not be glutted with many words and little meaning.
They must not be severed.
They must be established whenever a communication line seems to want to exist or is needed…A line is as dangerous to tamper with as it has truth in its channel….
If there is much truth in that line, fair game and disconnection in scientology does not give authority to the cutter, it explodes him….
A management which will pervert an affinity or sever one may gain a momentary power, but the laws here are the same as those relating to communication….
When they are slightly interrupted they deliver power to the individual that interrupts them.
True, it is authoritarian power—death power.
But a very faint tampering with a line gives authority to the tamperer since he is obscuring to some slight degree a section of theta.
This group is trying to see the theta and reach it and if they can do so only through the tamperer and if they are convinced that the tamperer or tampering is necessary which it NEVER isunderstand romeo and juliet games to play matchless the group tolerates the tamperer in the hope of seeing more theta.
Mistaking this regard for him as something he is receiving personally, the tamperer cannot resist, if he is a narrow and stupid man, tampering a little more with the ARC line.
He can live and is tolerated only so long as the theta he is partially masking is not entirely obscured.
But he, by that first tampering, starts on the dwindling spiral.
At that moment he dies.
He has put so much tension on the line that it explodes.
If it is not a very theta ARC in the first place, he is relatively safe for a longer period.
The pomp and glory he assumes are not his.
He makes them enmest and entheta and eventually corrupts them utterly and corrupts himself and all around him dies as management.
And quite often the only effective way to deal with a sociopath is to get them out of your life, and out of your group.
This has resulted in a lot of good, decent people being labelled as sociopaths who are nothing of the sort.
And of course in the paranoid world of David Miscavige this has been carried to absurd extremes.
I have a friend who was declared for writing a KR on off-policy actions by upper management.
Her husband left her and she became a non-person to most of her acquaintances.
One acquaintance though refused to remove her from his Facebook page, and for this small act of integrity he was declared in turn.
And promptly became a non-person to many of his acquaintances.
Rather than taking justice to a higher level of civilization as LRH envisioned, what the Church has going on now more closely resembles the witch hunts of the Middle Ages.
Another in the series on Disconnection is coming on this subject — who qualifies for the disconnection treatment these days….
They can only keep the money coming in thru blackmail, lies and disconnecting someone who tells the truth.
Regrettably, there is no room in the C of S for anyone who would author a piece like this.
Pausing to look closely at policy and how it should be applied fairly would just get dismissed as weak-minded Q and A.
Anything that assumedly threatens his obsessive control will be stopped, yet, this has become a generalized stopping everything and fair game and disconnection in scientology, thus a suppressive behaviour.
The Fairmans set a legal precedent for service providers denying someone service on the basis of forced disconnection.
Their pleadings are also accessible for use as models.
I believe there are similar precedents where employers have dismissed employees on similar grounds of religious discrimination.
Can anyone cite some specifics on this?
It would be interesting to see if there is any Family Law that could be used to set a precedent for ending this coercion of family members.
The practice of coerced disconnection must end.
As I joined in 1976 my family and relatives and friends at that time had been very negative about Scientology.
Thus I had been moved out of Scientology and had been told that I have to handle this situation.
But actually my family, relatives and friends disconnected from me as me being considered crazy.
I did not disconnect from them.
If someone is a Scientology hater then there is no way to handle this person.
I guess if not actively disconnecting from this person this person will do it on his own will.
I never could change a mind about Scientology.
There is no other option; you simply cannot communicate with him.
As I would also not change my mind about Scientology.
We do have 6 billion people on Earth or so.
But you cannot talk to everyone of them.
Depending on your part you have in society you have to deduct from this list e.
Then what is left?
And then you cannot talk to yourself because you ….!
That was NEVER the EP of PTS Type A handling — only a cessation of the antagonism.
And many, many people got stuck in the no-win situation you described precisely because of that arbitrary.
Too bad you got stuck with that arbitrary instead of getting standard assistance.
Wow, Mike, great article.
Where to begin to comment?
Not only is the practice of disconnection unworkable, unethical and, ultimately unenforceable, but underneath it contains a lie.
Dissidents and whistle-blowers ARE NOT automatically Anti-Social Personalities.
However, they could APPEAR to be if the accuser were SUPPRESSIVE.
Issuing a proclaimation on a colored piece of paper does not make it so.
It is interesting to note that the church no longer distributes SP declares, but are closely held by MAAs and Ethics Officers, and only revealed to create the desired effect on a church member.
I thought the discovery and labelling of an SP was to be BPI, for the welfare of the public?
No, the church More info this is wrong and is demonstrating MWH phenonema.
What are they ashamed of?
Could it be they know it is immoral, unethical and quite possibly a violation of human rights?
Clears and OTs and highly trained auditors?
Long-time members and veteran staff?
The way this makes sense is if: 1 Purge the group of real Scnists and LRH loyalists, so you can usher in squirrelled Scn to an unsuspecting public.
Stat Push, I vote for number 1 in your post.
Purge the group of real Scns and LRH loyalists so you can usher in squirrelled Scn to an unsuspecting public.
And thus destroy the church, which is the real intention.
I think they drum it up and make it up out of whole cloth some of the time and then exaggerate the existing facts other times just to scare you into donating to the IAS to make it all go away.
I recall one sup threatening various org terminals with revealing the EP of a given process strictly prohibited by LRH with indicated consequences he was fully aware of.
Also, a situation a staff member was involved with that should have called for handlings instead of a declare, which ended up being lifted later on.
And still, someone messing up on his metering or blown from course should not be declared and disconnected from by his family.
Yet others click the following article the source on non-standard tech application on seniors and then get done in by them via a declares.
But then when one is an SO member with no money to leave, he can be manipulated under the threat of a declare.
So I have mixed feeling on this, but I believe instances exist where SP declares are necessary for the survival of the group.
Now, I have also heard that some folks were declared on the spot by others.
Even LRH himself violated this from time to time.
Should one use the public communication channels to expose the corruption of the church which is enroute being run into the ground by a small clique of criminals although LRH calls for an SP declare specifically for doing that?
Well, if no viable communication line exists to affect a remedy for the suicide course the church is on, well, what are ya gonna do?
I guess blowing up central headquarters is one option.
I think these questions SOUND complex but are in fact simple Firstly the most heavily abused practice in Scientology is SP Declares.
This is then supposed to get approved by a separate approval body that is supposed to be impartial and outside the push and pull or daily church activities and without an agenda.
In general I would say only one in fifity SP declares have a Committee of Evidence first.
Also I have been myself been a member of such a Committee and told HOW TO RULE by a member of RTC and further told that I would find myself the subject of a committee of evidence if I did not rule in accordance with their instructions.
The other fourty nine get SP declared without trial.
With a psychopathic monster in charge, the normal paths and avenues of justice disappear.
Its the tightly Https://davpon.ru/and-games/net-and-wall-games-pe.html disconnection with SEVERE penalties for not disconnecting.
This is what tears families apart.
And under David Miscavige, the ethics officers are incredibly strict and work family members over and over till they disconnect and if they do not they are ferocious in punishing such a person.
They would perhaps not be able to do Scientology services, but they would not be themselves aggressively destroyed.
A lot of the evil in the way this policy is applied comes directly from David Miscagive and his orders to punish, punish and punish some more.
Remove David Miscagive and the whole thing would soften and relax and people lower on the chain would start making their own decisions.
There would be at least more humane decsions being made and less viciousness.
Yes, so true, most abusive and corrupt ways to utilize SP declares and disconnection.
The above issues you had mentioned might have been far more pervasive in either the SO or other areas, as I have personally never witnessed any of it.
Mind you that was 20 years ago, so the scene may have been different then than it is today.
Based on my experiences though better than 50% of any given declare ended up being lifted, so at least that is an index how easily justice runs astray.
Foremost, an interesting point.
I got into SCN in 1972 and during the 70s, witnessed every type of ethics handling one could imagine.
For the vast majority of them, common sense ruled.
Ethics, was the contemplation of optimum survival.
It was the overriding principle that drove this subject and created a safe environment within the field and within every org I entered.
If a person was declared SP, it was presumed, and accurately so, that a great deal of concern and consideration went into the process.
That a declaration was the very last step, on a generous runway, before allowing a person to do himself in.
Time and again, declares, lower conditions and such were proven to be the correct actions, which gave all of us in the field a sense that Ethics belonged to the individuals and Justice to the group.
And both were carefully being maintained and monitored.
Somewhere around 1982, this all changed.
Ethics ceased to be for the individual.
Ceased to provide a safe environment in which people could contemplate change and actually carry it out.
Ethics became Justice and Justice, essentially latest android games and applications to exist.
An SP is no longer someone who commits egregious crimes against the group, but is someone who disagrees with command intention.
Who voices, thoughts or ideas contrary to what has become acceptable within the group.
None of this actually changes the subject of Ethics or its usefulness.
All of these alterations have created a false subject; a holographic replica of SCN and Ethics and everything else.
This confusion is intentional.
Might I add: This area of altered ethics and thus justice has mushroomed much as regging, personnel transfers, etc.
An SP is no longer someone who commits egregious crimes against the group, but is someone who disagrees with command intention.
Who voices, thoughts or ideas contrary to what has become acceptable within the group.
All of these alterations have created a false subject; a holographic replica of SCN and Ethics and everything else.
This confusion is intentio The disconnection policy was written to protect Hubbard himself.
Nobody should find out about him.
There is a slight and unmentioned NUANCE here when comparing Scientology Inc.
In general people do not attack his tech unless the tech was part of his darker personality.
Who attacks the tech?
Who attacks the religion?
People attack the effects of parts of the tech that should be removed.
So the choice for Scientology Inc.
The freezone has chosen already.
Great post Mike — really lays the subject bare with logic and rationality.
On the subject of disconnection this is really heartbreaking.
The handiwork of the Church of Scientology in St Louis MO Thanks Mike.
I think a place for all to tell their stories of disconnection would be powerful and cathartic.
I look forward to hearing them and more forward to the day when all the severed connections are mended.
Mike, brilliantly written post on how the church abuses the Disconnection Policy!
Your logic and perfectly positioned analogies cut like a laser through the illogic and insanity practiced by the church of micavigology.
But I believe this will prove out to be just be one more squirreled policy resulting in the exposure and undoing, not the protection, of dear leader and his continuing reign of terror in his quest to suppress Scientology and Scientologist.
And I agree, the one big solution is to SPEAK UP AND SPEAK OUT!
And not be afraid.
THE TRUTH WILL NOT ONLY SET YOU FREE, IT WILL PROTECT YOU!
IN FACT IT IS THE ONLY THING THAT WILL PROTECT YOU!
This always kind of scared me when I was in the church, because boyh my mother and my son thought scientology just wanted my money…go figure.
I spent alot of time avoiding mentioning them in auditing.
That game pink panther pals probably really productive right?
Oh and by the way hi Tony.
Always glad to see you r comments, knowing you are still alive and well.
Mike, I hate to keep validating you in public like this.
This is one of, probably the best crafted and clear thinking statements on disconnection I have ever read.
The cult really lost a valuable asset when they lost you.
This is an article that if it was sent to the RCS field, it would shake the rafters!
IF you have anyone you can send it to — be my guest.
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L Ron Hubbard From HCOPL URGENT ORG PROGRAMMING "We own a tremendous amount of property.
We own a tremendous amount of material and so forth, and it keeps growing.
When buildings get important to us, for God sakes, some of you born revolutionists will you please blow up central headquarters".
L Ron Hubbard Lecture 31 Dec 1960 "Personal integrity is knowing what you know.
What you know is what you know and to have the courage to know and say what you have observed".
Infidelity does not consist in believing, or in disbelieving; it consists of professing to believe what he does not believe.
If people all over the world would do this, it would change the earth.
Al Pacino as Lt.
The internet changed it all.
I just did a billion year stint.
And you want me to do it again?!
Well why didn't you say so?
Some Canadians live in Canada.
People aren't buying it anymore.
You are really good.
I love that line, "Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb".