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Article by L. Ron Hubbard

Today's Terrorism

The increasing exposure throughout the 1990s of massive fraud, harm and abuse committed by psychiatrists has brought partially into the light a situation which has existed—and carried on virtually unabated—for decades. Eventually, enough of the population were affected that they could muster a voice sufficient to be heard. The result so far has been federal crackdowns on some of the fraud. There is far more to go to stem the vast waste and legion abuses.

This article, written by L. Ron Hubbard for Freedom in 1969, contained a very strong message to heed the fraud and abuse psychiatrists were escaping responsibility for at that time.

As contemporary news tells us, the message is just as pertinent and important today.

L. Ron Hubbard
hile Western countries are spending billions fighting terrorist activities abroad they are neglecting the one they have at home. The psychiatrist and his front groups operate straight out of the terrorist textbooks. The Mafia looks like a convention of Sunday school teachers compared to these terrorist groups.

Setting himself up as a terror symbol, the psychiatrist kidnaps, tortures and murders without any slightest police interference or action by Western security forces.

Instead these forces attack churches and peaceful, decent social groups under the direct orders of these terrorists.

Rape is rape, torture is torture, murder is murder. There are no laws that let even a medical doctor do these things.

A psychiatrist kills a young girl for sexual kicks, murders a dozen patients with an ice pick, castrates a hundred men. And they give him another million appropriation.

One can only conclude that psychiatric terrorism is not limited to the families of mental patients. It must extend all the way to the top.

Extortion, kidnapping, murder—these are crimes. Yet where are the security forces? Thousands of miles away tending to other people’s business.

Very few people can be brought to testify against psychiatry. Yet 4 out of 5 contacted in a recent U.S. survey had family or friends who had been ruined by psychiatry! They said, in general, “If I spoke up or complained, they’d take it out on my (son, friend, relative).”

I well recall a conversation I had with a Dr. Center in Savannah, Georgia, in 1949.* It well expresses the arrogance and complete contempt for law and order of the psychiatrist.

A man had just called to inquire after his wife who was “under treatment” in Center’s hospital. Center asked him, “Do you have the money...? That’s right, thirty thousand... well you better get it or I’ll have to send your dear wife to the state institution and you know what will happen then!”

I was there doing work on charity patients the local psychiatrists wouldn’t touch. Center had forgotten I was in the room.

* Mr. Hubbard is specifically referring to Dr. Abraham Center of the Savannah, Georgia mental asylum where, in the late 1940s, Mr. Hubbard conducted much of his research of Dianetics—as published in Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health in 1950 and in subsequent publications. Dianetics is a sub-study of the Scientology religious philosophy.

He looked at me and shrugged, “He’s sold his house, car and business already and he isn’t good for any more. So over she goes to the operating room. It’s just as well. The attendants got her pregnant and we’ll have to abort her anyway. So we may as well wash her out. Hell of a business to be in for some quick bucks and a few kicks.”

Thousands and thousands are seized without process of law every week over the “free” world, tortured, castrated, killed. All in the name of “mental health.”

Terrorists never operated more effectively in any land with less interference and less outcry.

The evil is so great the public won’t confront it. 1984 here we come!

L. Ron Hubbard
L. Ron Hubbard
Founder of Scientology Religion

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