“The world today will not stand for such flagrant rights violations as the psychiatrist demands. The world today will not stand for death camps, human experiments, torture and murder.”
n Book Two, Chapter Five of Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health you will find a mild remonstrance against psychiatric electric shock and surgery. It described these as ways to get into trouble with mental healing.
This was in 1950. Within three months of its appearance the book was under violent irrational attack by psychiatric front men and groups.
In the late 50s psychiatrists actually got a bill half through the US Congress authorizing a Siberia. Any man, woman or child could be seized and sent without trial to Alaska, deprived of human and civil rights and detained forever, all without trial or examination.
The Founding Church of Scientology of Washington DC, caught wind of this bill and instantly mobilized US civic groups and defeated it.*
These marked Scientology for slaughter in the books of these madmen.
As recently as 1968 the same international psychiatric group was trying to push the same Siberia Bill through the New Zealand Parliament.
Kenneth Robinson, former Minister of Health in the UK and vice president of a branch of this psychiatric front group, is the one who began trouble for Scientology Churches in the UK.
Robinson, in his book published by this front group, advocates personally the easy seizure of anyone in the UK for despatch to death camps.
Press chains headed by men who were also directors of the psychiatric front group, Cecil King and Sir William Carr, kept pounding at Scientology, urging “official action,” trying to build up an anti-Scientology public opinion and obliterate it.
Any other hostile actions toward Scientology build back step by step to the same group.
Scientology has fought a consistent and winning battle for human rights for two decades.
During that entire time, not one crime has been found in Scientology.
But during that time psychiatry has seized and killed tens of thousands of people they don’t like.
It is said Scientology breaks up families. They don’t. But psychiatrists call their own rape and death of men’s wives “necessary treatment.”
Any type of crime this psychiatric group accuses the Scientologists of has now been traced back to be standard psychiatric practice.
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