Discussion in 'Situation Rooms' started by Anonymous, Dec 5, 2013.
sounds like Margaret drank a "lake" of kooliade
WTB: an understanding of the difference between "possibly true" and "probably true" and a clue about historical methodology.
Beware of Indie moonbat who still has her screwball knickers in a knot of Lawrence Wright's materials.
The South African native is probably the one impossible person to
train in the entire world — he is probably impossible by any
–L. Ron Hubbard,
No. 119, 1 September 1957, as published in Level 0
PABS (c.1968, The American St. Hill Organization).
That's not an Indy site. Likely created by Doug Dohring, and must have issue authority straight from the top.
Is there a point to even debating this? Hubbard was a liar who brainwashed people into giving him their money and their lives. What else matters? That he once baked some cookies without burning all of them? Yeah, let's care.
The world has already forgotten L. Ron Hubbard, and will soon forget his cult of derp when it finishes following him to Target Two.
The thing is Anonymous spread the word around the world
But Hubbard was working in military intelligence so that makes him intelligent right?
Maybe we can pin the creation of the NSA on him..
Remember Tony O's VV Top 25 destroying the cult of $cientology?
There was a "margaret" there fagging up all the comment threads with "LRH was a genius..." etc., posts.
Prolly same moonbat. What a ghastly waste of oxygen.
He was mail censor officer. The important job of laundry officer was probably already assigned.
Like naval intelligence is a good thing. I don't get it. These are a bunch who love their conspiracies, yet LRon being/claiming to be 'naval intelligence' sets off no ringing klaxons and red lights. WTF.
Which seemed like the same Margaret on Marty's blog spewing major blather about her "extensive" research proving Wright's dox in the New Yorker Haggis profile were bogus. And she referred to the same website for her proofs. Thus I'm surprised to see DH say it's not an Indie site but an official cult host.
Yes, it's a plain old propaganda site. All anyone needs to know about L. Ron Hubbard's actual Naval career was researched extensively by Chris Owen years ago. Unlike Russell Miller, who was writing for a popular audience, he approached it as a historian.
Ron the War Hero. Dox out the ass.
Indeed. The CoS lost the PR battle over Hubbard's image a long time ago.
Margaret is referring to an article by Margaret Lake. Gee, I wonder if it could be the same person?
The domain and site date back to 2006. There wasn't much of an Indy movement back then, and the site seemed to be a reaction to Wikipedia, which was starting to bite them. CoS creates fake neutral sites so that people will hopefully split the difference between it and official sites, but content is straight party line.
The basic methodology of that site is:
1) Find document showing Hubbard was in one place on a certain date
2) Find document showing Hubbard was in another place a month later
3) Conclude that this proves that in the interim he was on Venus dodging freight trains and therefore his claims have been validated.
^^^ That is all.
And in case there's any remaining doubt that scientologymyths.com is a CoS site, here's the blog, run by Louanne:
As for Margaret... Hmm...
I thought the wordpress site and scientologymyths dot info were OSA but the one ITT is just indy moonbat.
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