>When somebody who
just "happened" along takes a zealot view,
one way or the other, that is reason enough for the
old OSA volunteer lecture.
OSA is not
"pro" Scientology. OSA is anti-critic. OSA
will do whatever it takes to stop critical
communcation about Scientology, i.e. spamming,
rambo litigation tactics, and
One of the most
effective ways OSA has of disrupting critical
communications is to recruit a volunteer to do the
above Richard-rant. It is effective because there is
no visible connection between the volunteer and
Scientology's secret police force.
Xapped, there is a
reason why there's no visible connection between me
and Scientology. There isn't one.
It is even more
effective if the volunteer is not a Scientologist. The
best anti-critic OSA volunteers are those who were
disinclined towards a.r.s. somewhat to begin with, and
then maybe helped out a little by OSA. There is no
proof that "Richard" is connected with OSA.
However, try talking
about Scientology or something similar outside of the
news group. Talk to a hundred people, or a thousand,
if you can. How many come up with a "you must be
as bad as the people you disagree with" line of
thought? That is a very specialized line of attack
which is used by Bernie,
Garry, Ronsamigo et al. It is
natural to be a little careful, but when somebody
comes out and rantingly accuses others of ranting,
that is a Scientology OSA trademark, called the
personnel pool OSA uses is Scientologists in the
condition of "doubt" or below but who still
want to be Scientology super humans.
Criminal mind?? Jeez,
louise, guy - lighten up. Re-read that passage you
wrote. You basically said that anyone who isn't a
Scientologist, and who shares my point of view, is an
OSA "henchman." Because it's a very
"specialized" line of thought. What's so
specialized about seeing the warring attitude for what
it is ON EITHER SIDE??
I'm not at war with
you or anyone else. When I read an opinion, I try to
keep an open mind. You should try it, instead of
classifying things into "this" kind of
"persuasive" tactic or "that" kind
Sometimes people just
think a thing, and then they say it, Xapped. Closing
yourself off to regular human
interaction/communication will tie you in knots
eventually, perhaps as it did to Lisa.