The following article was sent to us by one of our correspondents. It was originally intended as a comment on a previous article, but we thought the content deserved it’s own article. It certainly gives one food for thought:
When the “Things that shouldn’t be” article was posted about the purification rundown there was a huge spate about the “big discovery” that LRH had been pro apartheid. I wrote the first part of this article as a comment but never submitted it as I felt it deserved to be expanded into what I feel is a usable article.
It fits in with something else I have been trying to put together for ages – something about Ron’s concerns about future atomic warfare (becoming more imminent daily).
The book All About Radiation has come in for a lot of criticism and ridicule. I know certain “haters” could shred it to pieces in 10 seconds. I must say I did battle trying to get material out of it for an article on these lines. But the fact is the whole thing is for real. A lot of these ‘Doomsday Preppers’ are scared of something along these lines.
Ron had a lot of attention on nuclear weapons/atomic warfare in the fifties after America began testing bombs in the Nevada desert. Even long before that actually. It was not a lie that the Navy wanted him to get involved with the Manhattan Project and that he had to resign from the Navy to get out of it.
Ron used to organize evacuation drills with the Washington staff. They would leave the org and rush down to the Patomac river where he had a yacht anchored. He made himself very ill mocking up radiation when he was in Ireland.
In 1956 he put together the very first “guk bomb” with nicotinic acid. He called it Dianazene. It was primarily intended to run out radiation. That with a few other factors that cropped up (staff who had taken drugs) ended up as the purif, actually.
So here goes:
I have taken a look at two of the website links given in earlier comments on this blog relating to the topic of the purification rundown. The title of the post was “Things that shouldn’t be”.
Two commenters made reference to a site that spoke about Hubbard being pro apartheid and the other one talked about a proposed mass poisoning of Kenyans who would not forsake African Nationalism. I would like to comment as follows:
As far as Hubbard is concerned I sincerely believe that his main focus at that time was to ensure the survival of something he had devoted all his time and energies to for decades and something which without a doubt could benefit mankind.
It did not need a rocket scientist in the sixties in South Africa to be able to deduce that one word said in public support of African nationalism would sound a death knell for its author and probably all his work as well as his followers.
Granted Hubbard personally hated Communism so I daresay he went a bit overboard praising the dominant regime at the time. I invite your intelligent guesses what would have happened to Hubbard, Scientology and indeed all Scientologists who began any overt actions against apartheid in 1960. Hubbard had been meaning to go to South Africa initially in 1956 but he sent an emissary and she arrived slap in the middle of the Treason Trials and gave him a report on the state of the country so he delayed his visit until late 1960.
As to the Kenyan affair I would strongly recommend a book by the name of Wildfire. It was written by Nelson De Mille and in the foreword he said he got the idea from odds and ends on the internet. He said he didn’t know if a similar plan was in place but if it wasn’t he thought it ought to be.
Interestingly enough I had to hunt like mad to find much detail about this particular book on the Nelson De Mille website. I started wondering if it was regarded as so politically incorrect that attempts were being made to play it down. I copied this cover blurb from something I eventually found:
“ Welcome to the Custer Hill Club–a men’s club set in a luxurious Adirondack hunting lodge whose members include some of America’s most powerful business leaders, military men, and government officials. Ostensibly, the club is a place to relax with old friends. But one fall weekend, the club’s executive board gathers to talk about the tragedy of 9/11–and finalize a retaliation plan, known only by its codename: Wildfire. That same weekend, a member of the Federal Anti-Terrorist Task Force is found dead. Soon it’s up to Detective John Corey and his wife, FBI Agent Kate Mayfield to unravel a terrifying plot that starts with the Custer Hill Club and ends with American cities locked in the crosshairs of a nuclear device. Corey and Mayfield are the only ones who can stop the button from being pushed, and global chaos from being unleashed….”
When the details of Wildfire are finally revealed the plan turns out to be the obliteration of San Francisco and possibly another US city (can’t recall which) by a nuclear device and this event will in turn be used as the motivator for the nuclear obliteration of the entirety of what is called “Sandland” i.e the whole of the Islamic world.
Should such a dastardly plan ever be carried out we would then be faced with one of the things which Hubbard most feared – a world dying under a cloud of radioactive dust. This was what he worked to avoid.
In the 1956 edition of Fundamentals of Thought he wrote:
“The use or neglect of this material may well determine the use or neglect of the atomic bomb by Man. Scientology is already winning in this field. In the same period of history, two of the most sweeping forces Man has known have come to fruition: a knowledge of himself and others with Scientology, (and) a means of destroying himself and all others by atomic fission. Which force wins depends in a large measure on your use of Scientology.”
This statement by LRH should be taken seriously. Consider the following facts:
- Islam is the fastest growing religion.
- It is growing faster than the world population.
- Per the CIA fact book there are 1.5 (1.62) billion Muslims
- There are 49 Muslim countries
- There are more Muslims in the UK than in Lebanon
- There are more Muslims in China than there are in Syria
- In Mocambique there are 11 million Muslims (45% of the population) – they are mostly Sunni
- There is an African Muslim Agency
- OIC stands for Organisation of Islamic Co-operation
- There are between 75 and 100 000 Muslims
- Islam is the largest “conversion” religion in South Africa
- Between 1991 and 2004 Islam 6X’d in South Africa
- Malcolm X ideas are very evident
- Louis Farrakhan (Nation of Islam) was received by Nelson Mandela
The writer of this article obtained the above information from the internet when researching the subject in November 2013 after reading several books by Nelson de Mille and Daniel Da Silva.
A Concerned Veteran Scientologist