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Hana Whitfield Interview on L Ron Hubbards early abuses

Discussion in 'Situation Rooms' started by KittyKatSpanker, Jan 24, 2014.

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  1. Quentinanon Member

    Very informative. Thanks for posting.
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  2. amaX Member

    I just love her.
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  3. The Wrong Guy Member

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  4. The Wrong Guy Member

    See ‘Going Clear’ star Hana Whitfield describe L. Ron Hubbard in a leaked 1997 interview

    By Tony Ortega, The Underground Bunker, April 23, 2015

    Hana Eltringham Whitfield was one of the stars of Alex Gibney’s documentary about Scientology, Going Clear. Her memories as the captain of L. Ron Hubbard’s flagship as he ran Scientology from sea in late 1960s and early 1970s was one of the highlights of the film. Now, we have a leak from a previous documentary, UK Channel 4’s excellent 1997 Secret Lives — L. Ron Hubbard, which featured Hana prominently.

    Here, for the first time, is a much more complete version of her interview, just one of many outtakes from the 1997 documentary that a source has been making available for us.

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    Take a listen and let us know what you find interesting in Hana’s interview.



    The full article with open comments is here:
    http://tonyortega.org/2015/04/23/se...ibe-l-ron-hubbard-in-a-leaked-1997-interview/
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  5. RightOn Member

    This is the video that started me fighting.
    I love her to death
    This vid proves that Hubbard started "putting ethics in" back in 1967.
    Tweet and repeat!
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  6. anon8109 Member

    It's very interesting to see how Hubbard shaped Miscavige. In many ways Miscavige is a poor facsimile.

    He has the same brutality, if not worse, that Hubbard did and the same paranoia, as evidenced by the hole and the fair game attacks on perceived "enemies". In his Koppel interview, Miscavige demonstrates a deep paranoia, and a hatred of government, with his accusations that the US was setting up a psychiatric prison camp in Alaska.

    He has the same love of subterfuge and con artistry as shown by Miscavige's front groups.

    He has the same disdain for government and joy at undermining it as demonstrated by his derailing of the Lisa McPhereson trial.

    But Miscavige has none of Hubbard's talents and he knows it and it makes him bitter. Miscavige has no charm, no writing skill, and he is most definitely not a storyteller. He commands no love from the homo novis because he does not inspire love. All he can do is impose terror, threats, and punishments in order to get his way. He doesn't know any other way. On the rare occasions where violence just won't work, such as when top people leave, like Jesse Prince or Paul Haggis, he appeals to their love of Hubbard, because he knows that there is not an iota of love for him. This must infuriate Miscavige, knowing that he is unloved.

    People flocked to Hubbard because they loved him. Hubbard could lose everything and be able to start over by attracting new followers. Nobody flocks to Miscavige, in fact they are running from him pell mell as fast as they can. Without his bodyguards and bank accounts he would be a nobody in charge of nothing.
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  7. RightOn Member

    Cruise certainly flocked to DM!
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  8. Tom cruise needs a reality check from the Internet (again)






  9. Meh
  10. Hana was there.

  11. Let's recap one more time :

    Ritual Child Abuse in Scientology


  12. AARON SAXTON IS MY BRO, BECAUSE HE WAS HONEST SPILLED THE BEANS.

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