Story of a Criminal Mind

“The criminal accuses others of things which he himself is doing.” LRH

Isn’t it typical that Marcus Brutus is once again yapping about the Church using ‘disconnection’, when in fact that is exactly what Marcus Brutus is himself doing – in the very article in which he accuses the Church.

Look at the facts – for months he has been contacting people and encouraging them to disconnect from the Church. He has done this in person, in the media, on his blog, and he encourages all of his cronies to do the same.  He has had a few successes, and such people have declared themselves as ‘Independents’.

What the hell is an Independent if not someone who has disconnected from the Church. In his article he again suggests that people disconnect from the Church, and that they consider their SP declares as “Badges of Honor’.

Marcus Brutus is actively, full time, engaged in trying to get Scientologists to disconnect from their Church, and disconnect from its management.  He doesn’t do anything other than that.

So why does he now start howling when some decent Scientologists try to warn their friends about this madman?  Why? Because he is a criminal and that is what they do.  They accuse others of what they are doing.

LRH laid out loads of Policy that people can use to handle situations within the Church.  But he always spoke against public disavowal.

I will be setting up a Policy section with quotes so people can rapidly look up the applicable references.  Meantime, below is one you may not have seen.

“If a group member rejects the group, he rejects everything about the group and no further question about that. Certainly there is no question in his or her mind of salvaging or helping the group. Why should the group then seek to extend its protection over him unless it wants to defy its first right: that of survival.

“So, in Scientology, anyone who rejects Scientology also rejects, knowingly or unknowingly, the protection and benefits of Scientology and the companionship of Scientologists. If the person never was a member of the group or if the person had been a member of it, the result is the same.”

“A suppressive person, wishing to work more damage, is the first one to cry for the protection of justice.”

“Scientologists deserve protection from psychotics and criminals, from suppressive persons and covert or overt acts.”

“A person who publicly rejects the group is no longer a member of the group.”



HCO PL 17 Mar 1965