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How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

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  1. Belladonna Member

    How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

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  2. _You_ Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Win

    e mailing info and thanks to English Heritage
  3. _You_ Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Classic British pseudo-subtlety - LOL.
  4. timthephoto Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    it's actually amazing how a panel of stuck up, establishment committe pro's can somehow get to the most obviously right decision.. and then stick to it :D
  5. DeathHamster Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Unlike Scientology, objectively doesn't mean putting blinders on and ignoring controversies.
    And some of Anonymous' well-known supporters protested outside, but I decline to reveal which ones. Heh, it's really sad when they want to play the celebrity card, can't, and then try to bluff with an empty hand.

    She can plan to set up meetings with spirits from the vasty deep too.

    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
    Albert Einstein
  6. _You_ Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    fify, English Heritage.
  7. FUCK Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    hehe :D
  8. _You_ Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Here is the FB page of the girl who put in the application. She used to be Sarah Borburg after she got married, but it looks like her name has reverted back to her maiden name. She was recruited into the SO by Bob Keenan and placed in his office about 5 or 6 years ago. Getting a "Hubbard Crest" approved was always a pet project of BK.

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  9. Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    "If a proposal is not successful, it can be put forward again 10 years from the date of rejection, and English Heritage encourages proposers of plaques to [STRIKE]take advantage of this[/STRIKE] STFU and GTFO."

    Yes indeed. Would have been incongruous to have put up a plaque to someone the Govt. told to GTFO 40-odd years before.

    These Heritage chappies would be inclined to look at things like that.
  10. _You_ Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Ah, yeah, moved around a great deal..because he was on the run from the law...any need to 'poon the committee with the correct information on LCON? Doubtless the bio the clams submitted on him was 100 percent false.
  11. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Nice,
  12. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Let me guess: they put her between the bookcase and the window and they dust and polish her every Monday morning.

    Ann, you know better than to hang [strike]your unmentionables[/strike] a comma on the back porch like that for everyone to see.
  13. eleven Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

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  14. iaxiloll Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    I approve.
  15. DeathHamster Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Laughable Fitzroy House CoS site:
    L. Ron Hubbard's Fitzroy House :: Home

    "The've done it up nicely into part of the alternate universe of Scientology where Hubbard really was a philosopher, humanitarian and war hero." - Hartley Patterson.
  16. xenubarb Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    I absolutely agree. This information might <snicker> change their minds!

    RON THE "WAR HERO"
  17. _You_ Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    THE MAN WAS A BLOODY WAR HERO, PEOPLE!
  18. DeathHamster Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Yar, he had medals that no one else received in the whole war. (Medals that the issuing countries had never heard of--because his work was so secret, don't ya know.)

    Fitzroy House basically claims that he invented LORAN, LOL!
  19. XenuPhobic Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    LOL Discrimination.
  20. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Never defend; always attack.

    WHAT ARE YOUR CRIMES, ENGLAND???
  21. Sponge Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    If the late and great Eric Morecambe can't even get a blue plaque then hell will freeze over before Hubbard gets one.

  22. _You_ Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Maybe they don't want a blue plaque, but a blue plague instead?

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  23. amaX Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    How lovely. Hubbard continues to be a failure even in death.
  24. Relyt Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Really, now?
  25. whoever Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    More sloppiness! They ought to say who has put the figure at 12 million.
  26. DeathHamster Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    15 million claim from a 1970 printing of Final Blackout. (If Hubbard didn't write this himself, he certainly had final approval.)

    BlackoutClaim.jpg
  27. _You_ Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Such bullshit.

    Everyone knows the human race evolved at the behest of (and are controlled by) spiritual energy beings called Thetans. Thetans (or "Theta") in their natural state have the capabilities of a god, and are able to create, sustain and destroy Matter, Energy, Space and Time ("MEST") at will with just a thought. You are a Thetan, not a human body, and you have these natural godlike abilities.

    However bad Theta has been consistently trapping good Theta since the creation of the universe, and it has accumulated over trillions(!) of years. Over time, the bad Theta ("Entheta") trapped good Theta into believing entheta-created delusions, such as the physical universe (called the MEST Universe) and everything within it. For trillions of years, civilizations have had their rises and falls on different planets, all of them beings of trapped Theta believing what was going on was real and not just an Entheta-controlled trick.

    Theta on Earth have been exiled here from other planets and have been brainwashed by Entheta. Their brainwashing includes acting out as scripted what has become the whole of human history -- everything that has happened on Earth has been planned out by a cruel Entheta leader who imprisoned the Thetans on Earth.

    This brainwashing occurred 75 million years ago when the Galactic Confederacy's Supreme Ruler (NOT "Galactic Overlord" or "Lord") Xenu called the citizens of the Confederacy in for a tax audit. This was a cover for another plan -- there were too many MEST bodies in the Confederacy causing an overpopulation crisis, and the Entheta Xenu wanted to simply remove them. When the Theta beings in their MEST bodies arrived, Xenu had an operation set up that froze them, boxed them up, loaded them onto "space planes" that looked like yesteryear's DC-8s, and sent them to the backwater planet Earth (then called Teegeeack). There, he placed the boxed beings around the bases of volcanoes and then detonated the volcanoes with power hydrogen bombs, annihilating the prisoners and others who happened to be on the planet at time time.

    However, once the MEST bodies are dead, the Thetan regains his ability to move around the universe free of a body. This allows them to go to another place and pick up a new body to live another life anew. Xenu knew about this -- you see, even though he's evil, he like all educated beings knows the inherent truth of Scientology and Dianetics. He knew the Thetans would be free without their bodies, so as the bombs exploded and Thetans shot skywards, a large electronic energy ribbon was unfurled in the sky to trap Theta. The trapped Thetans were then exposed to "Black Dianetics", or Dianetics for an evil purpose, to implant ideas into them on how to behave: like degraded individuals, forever hypnotized into living a life of MEST as scripted by the Entheta Xenu. The Theta were then deposited on Earth where they lived for centuries confused and floating around Earth, occassionally finding another Theta and clinging to them into clusters.

    Over time, beings living in the MEST universe forgot about this. 75 million years is a long time, and the planet picked up a reputation in the interceding years. It became a hangout for outlaws and a front in a neverending battle between various MEST invader forces. Some beings had the idea to start a "meat body" genetic line on Earth -- MEST creatures that would evolve into homo sapiens. These bodies were taken over and are controlled by Thetans to this very day: you are a Thetan controlling a meat body. However, those confused, floating, hypnotized, clustered Theta beings are likely just as attracted to you as they are to each other. This makes them cluster onto you as well, sharing with you their thoughts and emotions, which further traps you with emotional and mental burden.

    Trust the hacks at The Guardian to get something wrong!
  28. Pantagruanon Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    "L Ron Hubbard has joined the likes of Wallis Simpson, Eric Morecambe, Marc Bolan and Keith Moon after an application for a coveted blue plaque was rejected by English Heritage."

    :D
  29. _You_ Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Yes his books are still in print by the company he funded, and his &quot;adherents&quot; are closer in number to 15 than 15 million.
  30. Anonymous Member

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  32. _You_ Member

    Re: English Heritage say no Blue Plaque for Hubbard!

    Seems pretty straightforward to me.

    A little quality dissemination, and everyone in Loldon would know who LRH is.
    David Gaiman: your 18 years' leave is CANCELLED. Get back on lines, or gtfo teh Bridge! Nao!!!
  33. Anonymous Member

    Re: English Heritage say no Blue Plaque for Hubbard!

    Huzzah! Let his name be scrubbed from the book of life!
  34. _You_ Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Anyone think Scientology might just forge a blue plaque or something? Or just say he's on it here in America and other countries outside the UK?
  35. DeathHamster Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    That's polite-speak for "OMFG! Every last one of us think that he was a completely evil fucking loony who was kicked out of the UK and never allowed to return, good goddamn riddance! Get out of here, you stupid brainwashed zombie git!"

    Top tips from top advocates
    Cool story bro! Except that they don't issue visas to dead people, d'oh!
  36. Sponge Member

  37. _You_ Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    New Humanist (Rationalist Association) - discussing humanism, rationalism, atheism and free thought

  38. Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Interesting line that caught my eye in the Telegraph article:

    Could this be the UK's Xenophon that we've been waiting for? A 'poon or fifty wouldn't hurt. ;)
  39. Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    Willie Rushton gets a blue plaque at Mornington Crescent tube.

    Flubtard gets nothing.

    The universe unfolds like it should.

    The only former resident of Fitzroy House who deserves that recognition is George Bernard Shaw
  40. TehHerro Member

    Re: How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

    the best part? They seem to think the 10 year rule doesn't apply to them. Odds are, in 10 years, they will either be crippled or dead in terms of power

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