Author Topic: L. Ron Hubbard’s nutty scheme to strong-arm America’s psychologists  (Read 504 times)

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I've been meaning to post this. I'm sure the psychologists that received the pamphlet asking for a loyalty oath and $80 thought Hubbard was pretty nutty.

DOX: Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard’s nutty scheme to strong-arm America’s psychologists - The Underground Bunker - Tony Ortega on Scientology

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Wow, what a couple of days of reporting we’ve had. Big stuff is coming, but for now we have to keep a lid on it. In the meantime, our old friend Mark “Warrior” Plummer sent over a couple of nice items we thought you’d want to see.

The first item is from 1958, and it’s one of L. Ron Hubbard’s bolder scams. We wrote about it a couple of years ago, but Mark has sent us scans of the full document, a pamphlet put out by Hubbard in Washington D.C., trying to bully the country’s psychologists into signing “loyalty oaths” in order to make them subservient to Scientology. He even claimed that Vice President Richard Nixon supported the plan, which Nixon didn’t like at all. Read our earlier story to hear how Nixon apparently never forgot Hubbard’s attempt to use his name in this wacky scheme.

more at http://tonyortega.org/2017/04/18/dox-scientology-founder-l-ron-hubbards-nutty-scheme-to-strong-arm-americas-psychologists/#more-39348
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