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« on: October 23, 2008, 06:44:16 AM »

Thought I`d just set up a new thread in case there
are any comments people want to make about Hubbard`s diary.
This way the diary thread can pretty much be read uninterrupted.

I have a comment myself.

Firstly I will post the source of this diary when it`s all up.
However ...I want to assure people that this IS L Ron Hubbard`s diary.

Russell Millar published excerpts from it in the British printing
of "Bare faced Messiah."
Just before the American publishers were about to go to print
the Cult was able to convince the courts that these excerpts
were indeed from L Ron Hubbard`s diary and thus they owned the
copyright on it.

So the American version was published without the diary excerpts.
And at that very moment the cult shot itself in the foot by confirming
that the British version was bona fide. ie. What you are reading is
"The diary of L Ron Hubbard. " The cult has confirmed it."

My source for this is outside the jurisdiction of the American legal system.

So read away.
Enjoy "Ron the writer" as he developed his CRAFT.

This is one sick mutha fukka.

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« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2008, 08:09:12 AM »

I would actually recommend that all Anons read "Bare Faced Messiah".  It is an excellent book and is in most libraries.  I used it for my research and found it to be very truthful about what went on during the time I was in the cult.

It's an easy read too, a book you will be gobsmacked by.

Thanks for posting the diary ididn'tcomeback.  It was rather queer how they had to claim it as being true to get the copyright ownership. 
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« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2008, 08:53:29 AM »

Yes it`s a fascinating read.
You can find it online as well as a text file.
It`s at  for one.
But isn`t it so much easier on the eyes to just
have a good old fashioned book to lay on the sofa with and read.

Re the copyright footbullet...
This is part of Scientology`s downfall.
It is because it`s run military style.

The soldiers get programs with targets listed on them.
1) do this.
2) then do this.
3) Now do that.
4) Attest that this problem has now been handled.

What this overlooks is consequences.

For example a reg is ordered to
1) Get Joe into the org.
2) Cave him in
3) Show him the package that will stop his suffering
4) Escort him to the bank
5) Return to the org with $ 20,000 . NO FAIL !!!

So the scilon soldier dutifully accomplishes his mission.
All consequences of putting Joe up shit creek are ignored.

Bare faced messiah came out in the UK.
Someone in OSA legal U.S. obviously had a program to do which had the
objective of stopping Bare faced messiah from going to press there.

It was ultimately a failed project.
But the program steps had consequences that
were beyond the imagination of the project I/C.

In military speak this is known as collateral damage.
In humanese it`s "innocent lives destroyed."

In this instance within OSA,
Legal mistakingly took out PR with what is called friendly fire.

Sorry I seem such a smart arse.
It just comes out.

It will come in handy I assure you.
I`m here to play some serious "Scientology Bingo."


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« Reply #3 on: October 23, 2008, 01:17:26 PM »

Had to do this for the sake of /b/:

1) Get Joe into the org.
2) Cave him in
3) Show him the package that will stop his suffering
4) Escort him to the bank
5) ?????
6) Profit
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« Reply #4 on: October 28, 2008, 02:22:06 PM »

Hope you guys are keeping up with Hubbard`s secret diary.
I`ve just posted part 9 where he has an imaginary friend.

This diary is fascinating reading.
It`s Hubbard`s  toboggan ride into the depths of insanity.
But more importantly it is the where he planted the seeds
for his plans to take over the world.

For any current  scientologists reading this.
It`s important that you realize that you are merely
an actor in Hubbard`s ill conceived plot to gain
approval, due to an emotional imbalance that overwhelmed
him in his formative years.
That`s all it is. 

The "tech" is the biggest psychiatric case study in history.

This secret diary is merely the introduction.

There are no clears. There are no OTs.
Live with it.... !!!!

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« Reply #5 on: December 01, 2008, 08:40:36 PM »

This diary is like listening to a very very sick pyschotic person rambling into a mirror and revealing the depth of his deliberate self-delusion.  You do not need to be a psychiatrist to understand that this person was not sane in the sense that an average person would use that word. If someone every wondered if there was, perhaps, a grain of insight in the teachings of Hubbard and Scientology, this diary gives actual proof of the lunacy that created scientology.

L. Ron Hubbard was a very sick person.
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« Reply #6 on: December 02, 2008, 10:46:44 AM »

and his followers have the bare faced cheek to write to your employers insinuating "things" about you!

Scientologists have to be the biggest hypocrites in the known universe - don't they?

Sadly most are simple victims, yes, even poor old Mickey.  A victim who relishes his job however!

regards, Martin
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« Reply #7 on: December 04, 2008, 02:14:54 AM »

  Here is the preface to the diary.                                                         

                                                        GERRY ARMSTRONG

This is my contribution to the celebrations and protests on the occasion of the birthday of L. Ron Hubbard
in 2000.
Not all that long ago, someone sent me a copy of the set of writings which follow, written by L. Ron Hubbard
in or about 1947. The original of these writings was in Hubbard's personal archive which I assembled
and worked with in 1980 and 1981. I provided the writings to Omar Garrison, a wog ? writer with whom
$cientology had contracted to write Hubbard's "authorized biography." In 1984 I read portions of them
into the record at my trial in $cientology v. Armstrong, Los Angeles Superior Court, Case No. C 420153.
The trial resulted in the widely cited decision by Judge Paul G. Breckenridge, Jr. wherein he described
Hubbard as a "pathological liar." (URL?)
Omar first called these writings Hubbard's "Affirmations." Later, after it dawned on him that Hubbard was
a stupendous liar, Omar said he was correcting himself, and thereafter called the writings the
"Admissions." I believe that Omar was right, and that these writings are "Affirmations," but more importantly,
I will not now provide anything really of my own analysis or conclusions about Hubbard's Admissions,
because I want every $cientologist or wog ? who reads them to be free, or with negligible influence, to
think about them for himself. I will comment below, for legal reasons, on *why* I am posting the Admissions.
I have my own experiences, naturally, with these writings, I have drawn my own conclusions about
them, and I expect I will participate in a discussion or two they may generate.
I don't know who in this recent period sent me the copy from which I typed that follows. In any event I
would not divulge the identity of the person because of the clear and senseless threat of attack from the
people who now run $cientology. It is sufficient for legal purposes to state that the copy I received was not
made by me. By the time the Admissions are posted to the Internet, I will have, pursuant to the wishes of
the person who made it, destroyed the copy I
I will also immediately wipe the Admissions from my hard drive. Thus the people who run $cientology
will have less reason or justification to raid me or break into my house or computer than they have to raid
or break into the house or computer of a million other people.
The Admissions I received are not complete. Perhaps when the kind person who sent me the copy sees
they have been posted he will send the rest of the writings. My recollection is that the remainder of the
Admissions do not diverge from the substance, direction or tone of what I'm posting here. Included in the
remainder is, I think, a deeper delve into Hubbard's sexual anxieties or aberrations, following the same
vein he mined in the part I received. What I received, for example, doesn't include Hubbard's startling
admission, "It doesn't give me displeasure to hear of a virgin being raped. The lot of women is to be fornicated."
I am posting the Admissions for all of the reasons stated in my declaration of January 26, 1997, specifically
in paragraphs 57 - 65, which I recently posted to a.r.s.:
From: (Gerry Armstrong)

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« Reply #8 on: December 10, 2008, 03:37:13 PM »

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Subject: Making Light of Black PR, Part 2, January 26, 1997 Armstrong Declaration for RTC v. Ward.
Date: Mon, 06 Mar 2000 08:12:59 GMT
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In that declaration I provided my expert opinion that the exposing or dissemination of $cientology's
"sacred scriptures," which exposure or dissemination the organization prohibits, suppresses and punishes
by commercial, secular copyright and trademark law and millions upon millions of simoleons to lawyer
scumbags, is justified by the greater principle of religious freedom. I stated that publication of
$cientology's "secret scriptures" is in my opinion Constitutionally protected religious expression.
Hubbard's Admissions are quite obviously a part of $cientology's "scriptures. On the holiness scale ?, they
are holier than the holiest of the Advanced Technology scriptures, because the people who run $cientology
won't show them to $cientologists even if they have a half million dollars to pay and agree to the organization
implant. Although the Admissions are the holiest of $cientology's scriptures, the Miscavige regime
withholds them for the identical commercial, secular, base and criminal reasons they withhold the "OT"
"Levels," the "NOT$," and the whereabouts of Xenu's mountain cave.
$cientology has set no prerequisites or punishments that I'm aware of for $cientologists reading Hubbard's
Admissions, and for that at least I'm grateful. I believe that the Admissions should be read by every
$cientologist at whatever point they find themselves on the bridge. $cientologists won't get pneumonia.
They might have some good cognitions. ? They might become free.
The Admissions were very important to me in my getting free of the web of lies Hubbard and $cientology
had spun, and getting free of their domination and suppression. I am posting these writings now with the
prayer that they help to free other $cientologists from Hubbard's and Miscavige's lies, domination and
suppression. If Hubbard has been humbled and regained his willfully lost humanity, I know he too would
want every $cientologist to read all his Admissions.
Obviously I don't have any desire to profit monetarily by posting Hubbard's unpublished Admissions. My
desire is that these writings help everyone, $cientologist and wog ?, to make informed and better choices
about L. Ron Hubbard and $cientology. I was not freed by being a $cientologist, doing $cientology, and
having all the experiences, cognitions and trappings of $cientology. I was freed by reading what
$cientologists don't get to read, by being what no $cientologist would be, a wog ?, by doing what no
$cientologist would do, and having my own experiences, cognitions and stuff. I share Hubbard's Admissions
with everyone because God Who created knowledge does not want anyone to be kept ignorant.
I stated in the Jan 26, 1997 declaration that the people $cientology identified as violating the organization's
copyrights and sued - Grady Ward, Lawrence Wollersheim, Keith Henson, Dennis Erlich, Arnie
Lerma, Bob Penny -- were in general agreement that $cientology is not a sincere, and hence real, religion,
but is a criminal cult engaged in harmful practices. I also stated that if these people are correct in their
assessment, and if they did expose or publish $cientology's "secret" documents, they were and are completely
justified in having done so.
Repeating what I wrote in the Jan 26, 1997 declaration, "In my opinion this kind of expression is an expected,
logical response to Scientology's efforts to corrupt the meaning of religion in order to "sanctify" its
antisocial and dangerous mind set and criminal activities. It is expression which cannot legally be prohibited
or punished by judicial process." I agree completely that $cientology, that is, $cientology as directed
by David Miscavige and his regime, is not a sincere, real religion, but a criminal cult engaged in harmful practices.
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