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The Christmas Truce


Here is a rather illustrative thread. Sassie, a Scientologist, proposes that a more positive spirit be manifest on Christmas Day. Watch the hysteria this rather innocent proposal produces among critics.


Original message from Sassie (CoS member)

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Christmas Truce 1997

sassie10@aol.com (Sassie10)

19 Dec 1997 07:30:35 GMT

Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Christmas Truce 1997
Message-ID: <19971219073000.CAA22293@ladder01.news.aol.com>

There were many who observed this last year. I am proposing another truce for Christmas Day this year.

Happy Holidays,
Sassie

On Tue, 17 Dec 1996 23:44:02 -0500, Bev <dbj1120@iag.net> wrote:

>Hi all!! I'm going to be having some company and doing many things for the next week or so and so most likely will not be on the NG.

>I would, however, like to take this time to wish everybody a very Merry Christmas (Ho-Ho-Ho). You know what they say, be good, but if you can't be good . . . don't get caught!!

>Beverly :)

In keeping with Bev's Holiday wishes I would like to extend aproposal to everyone who posts here.

Could we have a Christmas Day truce on ars? Part of the observance of the holiday is the occasion to spend time with family and friends. I'm sure everyone one us has someone who would value our companionship for that day.

Seasons Greetings,
Sassie


You people are sick.

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Christmas Truce 1997

Ted Mayett:

Fri, 19 Dec 1997 08:33:39 GMT

From: teddy@skylink.net (Ted Mayett (KoX))
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Christmas Truce 1997
Message-ID: <349a2b8f.4275757@snews.zippo.com>

On 19 Dec 1997 07:30:35 GMT, sassie10@aol.com (Sassie10) wrote:

> Part of the observance of the holiday is the occasion to spend time with family and friends. I'm sure everyone one us has someone who would value our companionship for that day.

>Seasons Greetings,
>Sassie

Hypocrite.
10:45PM Thur night, 12/19. 7 vehicles at the big org, 1 at the little org. Next Wed, 12/24, Christmas Eve, 10:45 at night, both orgs will be open again. Thursday, 12/25, Christmas Day, both orgs will open and close at regular business hours.

Luck you, you get to spend time with family and friends. Staff members nation wide *must* come in for another day of business.

So what is going to happen Christmas Eve, and Christmas day between 8pm and 11pm? Why are these orgs open? They might sell a book? Is that it?

Scientology is compatible with Christianity. Or so it is claimed . This year, more than any other, scientology will be noticed.

Did you ever think to shut the orgs down on the one big Christian Holiday that comes each year? Just shut them down. Perhaps fool the Christian Wogs. Perhaps make them think... something???

But no, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day it will be business as usual for a scientology org. Because scientology, except for the hypocrisy of some hidden people, does not honor Christmas.

There are Stats and there is GI. And no silly holiday will interrupt that. <sigh>

If possible I'll do a vehicle count Christmas Eve. Or maybe I'll give them a call and ask if now is a good time to come in and purchase a Comm Course.

Sassie, no truce will stop news stories on Lisa from coming through.

PS. 10:45pm the little org is *still* open for business in a poor and dangerous neighborhood. The only other two stores open anywhere near the CC are a 7-11 and a Liquor Store. They are both a block away. Nothing else is open. It really is quite sad. I'd love to know the Stat for merchandise sold between 10-11pm at night. You people are sick.

--
Ted Mayett OT 1.1


Fuckin' aye

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Christmas Truce 1997

Alan Furman

19 Dec 1997 10:01:01 -0800

From: alanf@aimnet.com (Alan Furman)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Christmas Truce 1997
Date: 19 Dec 1997 10:01:01 -0800
Message-ID: <67ecot$k1h@shell1.aimnet.com>

In article <349a2b8f.4275757@snews.zippo.com>,
Ted Mayett (KoX) <teddy@skylink.net> wrote:

>On 19 Dec 1997 07:30:35 GMT, sassie10@aol.com (Sassie10) wrote:

>> Part of the observance of the holiday is the occasion to spend time with family and friends. I'm sure everyone one us has someone who would value our companionship for that day.

>>Seasons Greetings,
>>Sassie

Tell it to the people who won't be able to see their own grandchildren because the middle generation was ordered by the vicious criminal cult of Scientology to "disconnect."

Show me evidence that the vicious criminal cult of Scientology is allowing "Christmas truces" under its "disconnect orders."

>Hypocrite.

Fuckin' aye.


I Might just use Christmas time to show a few relatives critical web sites

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Christmas Truce 1997

Frank Copeland

19 Dec 1997 21:57:25 +1100

From: fjc@thingy.apana.org.au (Frank Copeland)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Christmas Truce 1997
Date: 19 Dec 1997 21:57:25 +1100
Message-ID: <slrn69kkok.95m.fjc@thingy.apana.org.au>

Sassie10 <sassie10@aol.com> wrote:

>There were many who observed this last year. I am proposing another truce for Christmas Day this year.

Name one. I don't remember any 'truce' during last years' solstice, or the one before. Deja News shows 179 articles in ARS dated 25 December 1996. Most of the usual suspects posted.

If things got quiet during the holidays it was because it was the holidays. I doubt I'll be on the net on December 25, but that's because I'll be spending time with my family, and most likely pissed (that's drunk for the English-challenged). Then again, I might just take the opportunity to introduce a few relatives to my hobby and show them around a few web sites. A permanent Internet connection is a Wonderful Thing.


Count me out

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Christmas Truce 1997

Exile49

19 Dec 1997 14:21:46 GMT

From: exile49@aol.com (Exile49)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Christmas Truce 1997
Date: 19 Dec 1997 14:21:46 GMT
Message-ID: <19971219142101.JAA08315@ladder01.news.aol.com>

Count me out. There are too many people, including Lisa McPherson, who are not around to celebrate Christmas because of $cientology. No cease fire until they stop hurting people, no cease fire until they renounce their psuedo medical claims. No cease fire as long as they have the "Isolation Run-Down."

The Exile


Will Scientology not let anyone die until the New Year?

Tilman Hausherr

19 Dec 1997 15:01:23 GMT

From: tilman@berlin.snafu.de (Tilman Hausherr)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Christmas Truce 1997
Date: 19 Dec 1997 15:01:23 GMT
Message-ID: <67e283$r1c$3@unlisys.unlisys.net>

Sassie10 (sassie10@aol.com) wrote:

>Could we have a Christmas Day truce on ars? Part of the

How would this work? Does this mean that scientology will not let anyone die until the new year, and critics will not demonstrate until the new year?


What the F*ck?

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Christmas Truce 1997

John C. Randolph

19 Dec 1997 15:25:50 GMT

From: jcr.remove@this.phrase.idiom.com (John C. Randolph)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Christmas Truce 1997
Date: 19 Dec 1997 15:25:50 GMT
Message-ID: <67e3lu$3e9$8@news.idiom.com>

In <19971219073000.CAA22293@ladder01.news.aol.com> Sassie10 wrote:

>There were many who observed this last year. I am proposing another truce for Christmas Day this year.

WTF?

If I'm tired of ARS, I just don't read the group for a day or a week. Participation here is voluntary[1], you know.

[1] Unless you're a member of a nut-cult with a billion-year contract and you're assigned to write RonsAmigo posts all day.

-jcr

--
John C. Randolph


My part of the truce will be to provide a lot of postings

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Christmas Truce 1997

Phillip Zadarnowski

Fri, 19 Dec 1997 15:33:11 GMT

From: fanjet@nilspam.iinet.com.au (Phillip Zadarnowski)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Christmas Truce 1997
Date: Fri, 19 Dec 1997 15:33:11 GMT
Message-ID: <349a934b.10661283@news.m.iinet.net.au>

sassie10@aol.com (Sassie10) wrote:

[...]

>Could we have a Christmas Day truce on ars? Part of the observance of the holiday is the occasion to spend time with family and friends. I'm sure everyone one us has someone who would value our companionship for that day.

I'll cut ya a deal. Your part of the truce will be not to log on and read ARS, thus saving yourself the tress on 'christmas' day (a meaningless holiday to Scientology), and my part of the truce will be to provide a lot of postings that you won't have to read. Happy?


Crap.Schlack! Pfff...

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Christmas Truce 1997

Roger Gonnet

Sat, 20 Dec 1997 07:35:58 +0100

From: rgonnet <dictionnaire@hol.fr>
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Christmas Truce 1997
Date: Sat, 20 Dec 1997 07:35:58 +0100
Message-ID: <349B674E.9D3BB1F9@hol.fr>

GrahamEB wrote:

> After all, the Orgs don't close their doors on Christmas;  They don't stop disseminating and poisoning the minds of vulnerable people on  Christmas --- and certainly the courserooms aren't closed, because, after all,  the student points would suffer, and the birthday game would show crashed  stats.

True! truce is no word in use by scienos. Christmas neither. Peace never. Happiness and gifts still lesser. Love ? we know that does not exist (as Hubbard said, once an impotent old boy, sex is restim from psychs).What does remain then?

WAR.
HATE.
ATTACKS.
MONEY.
POWER.

and all this comes from the ill-minded old elwrong, the same one who said that the uppermost motivation was DUTY, and the lowerest one was MONEY.

Crap.Schlack! Pfff... now the ballon is deflating. Pfff.

Roger


They'll be walking toward us with weapons carefully concealed

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Christmas Truce 1997

NoGoot

19 Dec 1997 19:58:32 GMT

From: nogoot@aol.com (NoGoot)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Christmas Truce 1997
Date: 19 Dec 1997 19:58:32 GMT
Message-ID: <19971219195800.OAA04009@ladder01.news.aol.com>

In article <19971219073000.CAA22293@ladder01.news.aol.com>, sassie10@aol.com (Sassie10) writes:

>There were many who observed this last year. I am proposing another truce for Christmas Day this year.

Fellow Christians can have and have had truces on Christmas Day. This is because they see in each other a commonality, and can throw away any political or idealogical differences for that one day because of the commonality.

Scientologists, however, by order of policy by L. Ron Hubbard, cannot feel that commonality for their "avowed and knowing enemies", real or imagined. As a matter of fact, it anyone is declared "suppressive" by the organization, the *ONLY* person he/she is allowed to communicate with in Scientology, is the person holding the post of International Justice Chief in Clearwater, Florida.

Scientologists *should* be able to feel that commonality with _all_ people: suppressives, wogs, scientologists -- everybody; if they were following their policy of the Eight Dynamics. But they would prefer to separate from the rest of society by continuing the practices of attacking and suing critics, declaring people, RPF'ing Staff members, liability formulas, etc.; which *violate* the basic principles upon which all of Scientology was based, such as the Overt/Motivator Sequence, Eight Dynamics and ARC Triangle.

For this reason, a truce with Scientology would be a one sided truce: as we walk across the field of battle to shake hands with them, they'll be walking toward us from their side with weapons carefully concealed, waiting for the perfect moment to rid the world of what they consider to be the lowest forms inhabiting it: the SP's.

No Truce!

NoGoot!


We'll call a truce on XEMUMAS if they'll truce on CHRISTMAS

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Proposed Christmas Truce?

Wesfager

19 Dec 1997 16:50:02 GMT

From: wesfager@aol.com (WESFAGER)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Proposed Christmas Truce?
Date: 19 Dec 1997 16:50:02 GMT
Message-ID: <19971219165001.LAA19189@ladder01.news.aol.com>

In the $cientology version of the Christmas story, Joseph and Mary and all the others were not sent to Bethlem to be taxed, rather XEMU called them into to be taxed and then shot them up with glygol and transported them to Teegachi.

Now I say, find out what on what day XEMU was born, was he in waddling clothes or a space suit, did any wise men show up bearing gifts, which, if any, galatic star was shining brightly and so forth. Armed with this data I say we make a proposal to the $cios. We'll call a truce on XEMUMAS if they'll truce on CHRISTMAS.

Wes Fager


Even I'm not that stupid

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Proposed Christmas Truce?

Garry Scarff

19 Dec 1997 23:33:10 GMT

From: "Garry Scarff" <Scarff@iag.net>
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Proposed Christmas Truce?
Date: 19 Dec 1997 23:33:10 GMT
Organization: ARSholes Anonymous
Message-ID: <01bd0c71$ca0b0700$c64f1ecf@scaarf>

Oh, please, people!!! SCIENTOLOGY DOES NOT WANT A TRUCE. Their very integrity is at stake again because of the pending announcement in the McPherson case, they fear what Wollersheim & his attorneys are going to do, they respond to philanthropists by killing pets and dumping them on doorsteps. And you seriously think they are offering you the peace pipe? Even I'm not that stupid.


If things can calm down for them they can re-group

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Why do the Scienos want a Christmas truce?

Anonymous

Fri, 19 Dec 1997 15:31:41 GMT

From: anonymous@anonymous.net (Anonymous)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Why do the Scienos want a Christmas truce?
Date: Fri, 19 Dec 1997 15:31:41 GMT
Message-ID: <349a9241.2579839@news.shore.net>

Because the shit has really hit the fan...if things can calm down for them for even a few days they can re-group. I have always been a big fan of Christmas and feel that it should be re-named to be something non-demoninational and just have one day a year that is dedicated to "peace and goodwill towards men" (okay so im only half-feartedly poloticially correct...peace and goodwill to all?). But the fact of the matter is that the fight against Scientology doesn't go against this concept...when Scientology promises to release people from the RPF and promises to let those people go who wish to leave, and when they promise to stop harrassing critics and other organizations and when they stop subjugating those within their religion, then we will haev taken a step (a small one granted) toward "peace and goowill" Until that time comes I'm not going to stop posting the truth about this vile organization.


Their only chance is to appeal to ARS

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source; Why do the Scienos want a Christmas truce?
 

Inducto

19 Dec 1997 18:23:35 GMT

From: inducto@aol.com (Inducto)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Why do the Scienos want a Christmas truce?
Date: 19 Dec 1997 18:23:35 GMT
Message-ID: <19971219182301.NAA26233@ladder01.news.aol.com>

Maybe because the average staffer wants christmas off, and they know management will make them work christmas if there are SPs to fight, so their only chance for some seasonal compassion and enjoyment is to appeal to a.r.s.

Sad if its true.

I.


Like the Nazis they have used Christmas to launch their counter attacks

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Scientology's upcoming massive offensive (fwd)

Lawrence Wollersheim

Fri, 19 Dec 1997 21:50:46 -0500

From: Joe Harrington <joeharr@worldnet.att.net>
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Scientology's upcoming massive offensive (fwd)
Date: Fri, 19 Dec 1997 21:50:46 -0500
Message-ID: <67fbbj$a4d@mtinsc04.worldnet.att.net>

Lawrence Wollersheim writes:

"Things are going very bad for Scientology around the world particularly in the US. The faint smell of real panic of a ship going down is showing up more and more both in critical US litigation and in their new media relations.

Income is down. New people are leaving faster as they find out what's going on and as they hear more about Scientology's real nature and history. Recruiting and promotion is getting tougher every day. Every effort they make is almost immediately countered.

The future looks like it is only going to get a lot worse and stay that way, but this is exactly the time you can expect Scientology to initiate a massive counter attack and counter PR attack. Policy absolutely demands it!

Much like the failed strategy of the Nazis in the battle of the bulge, over history they have traditionally used the Christmas holidays to finalize and or launch their silly counter attacks because some "Big Being in the Blue Barn thinks the rest of us are relaxing with our holiday parties.

What I suspect is coming as the "new" counter attack is some type of massive reworking of the Conspiracy - RICO or religious persecution type lawsuits against Scientology adversaries with the appropriate PR fantasy machine revved up to full speed to match the wild rhetoric of the new suits. They have already been betraying their panic by dropping the wildest rhetoric in court I have seen in 17 years.

Don't be fooled for a minute. They really don't expect to win these new conspiracy type suits. In fact, I believe they are most certainly fabricating them with the clear intention of dropping them latter on after they have served their real purpose, which is to have a really big, dramatic, exciting story to yell to the world that will help redirect and misdirect membership attention away from the sea of bad reports that they are continually being exposed to.

They are VERY VERY worried about internal defections --- much more than any outside threat, and they should be. They already know that 1998 will be leading off with some of the worst mass publicity they have EVER had and then its rapidly going downhill from there.

I want this on the record so those of you understand mind control in closed authoritarian environments will not yourselves be misdirected or redirected and can properly prepare for this very predictable and somewhat boring large scale coming counter offensive. If you are aware of it you will be more likely to keep focused on the real objective of accelerating the efforts at bringing the truth about Scientology directly to the members, their families and Scientology's new recruits."

IMHO

Lawrence Wollersheim
Personally

Joe


May you rot in Hell you disgusting low-life murdering clams

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Rot in Hell You Scumbag Clams

Roland Rashleigh-Berry

Sat, 20 Dec 1997 00:04:16 +0000

From: Roland <roland.rashleigh-berry@virgin.net>
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Rot in Hell You Scumbag Clams
Date: Sat, 20 Dec 1997 00:04:16 +0000
Message-ID: <349B0B80.20CE@virgin.net>

I've got a Christmas message to all Scientologists:

Rot in Hell You Scumbag Clams!!

Recently your scumbag OSA organisation decided to intimidate a critic called Bob Minton by killing a neighbour's cat and leaving it on his doorstep.

You fucking scumbags! And I use the term collectively. Just how many of you scumbags posted to this newsgroup saying that if something like that had happened then you did not support it? Just how many of you said that if someone within your organisation were killing pets then it was wrong?

Not one of you fucking scumbags said a thing.

You people are less than human. You all make me feel sick.

One of your evil bastards has gone out and killed a cat. That could have been a beloved pet of a child in that neighbourhood. Just what sort of Christmas will that child have as a result of your pet murder? One of you talks about a Christmas truce. Why? So people can reflect on your organisations murdering cruelty? Maybe you have a pet murder planned especially for Christmas day, aimed at hurting children as well as pets, and you want all to be quiet on that day so that your disgusting vicious acts have more impact.

Disgusting lowlives. Just how many of you condemn the vicious and cruel acts of your organisation? None of you. You sit there and smirk and think that standard
tech is being applied by OTs and you lot don't care a fuck that childrens lives are being shattered this Christmas by your murdering of pets.

You people disgust me. You murdering lowlife clams. You make me sick by your cowardly support of your organisation that performs these cruel acts. Judged by your silence on this newsgroup you all support these actions. This makes you, socially, the most disgusting group on this planet.

You are all cowards. By your silence you support the crimes of your cult. The silence here on ars is loud. You have the choice of comdemning these crimes but instead you are either silent or you post in support.

Disgusting lowlives. Disgusting clams. Disgusting mafia pet-murdering scumbags. You are all vile beyond description. Disgusting vile and cruel brainwashed cowardly subhuman scum. May you rot in hell you murdering scumbags.

Just what does it do to you people when you murder a child's pet? Do you scieno guys get an erection? Are you that sick? Do you praise the 100% standard tech that went into it? Do you cheer for more pet killings in order to silence critics?

You people are sub-life. You are the most disgusting people that have ever darkened existence. May you rot in Hell you disgusting low-life murdering clams.

[end of Christmas message to Scientologists worldwide]

Roland


If criminal indictments then we should celebrate this joyous event with a truce on Christmas Day

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Scientology and Peace on Earth and ARS

Joe Harrington

Fri, 19 Dec 1997 14:47:02 -0500

From: Joe Harrington <joeharr@worldnet.att.net>
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Scientology and Peace on Earth and ARS
Date: Fri, 19 Dec 1997 14:47:02 -0500
Message-ID: <67eiha$hmu@mtinsc04.worldnet.att.net>

If the DA in Florida files for criminal indictments before 25 Dec 97, I think we should all celebrate this joyous event and abstain from making any posts on Christmas Day, and pray for those still held in the spiritual bondage of the Hubbardian mindset.

Joe


Offering a truce is clear demonstration of the natural "1.1-ness" of Scientologists

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: About the "truce"

Alec

Fri, 19 Dec 1997 16:17:20 -0600

From: "Alec" <alec@flash.net>
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: About the "truce"
Date: Fri, 19 Dec 1997 16:17:20 -0600
Message-ID: <349af511.0@news2.lightlink.com>

Since OSA's presence here is strictly optional for them, as hecklers, then no "truce" is relevant. They can simply go back to where they came from and let us go about the business of exposing their Satanist religion. If the purpose of a truce is to cease hostilities, one needs to consider that the hostilities began when OSA began hostilities against this group--within this group. If they would just refrain, that would amount to the truce they seek. We don't go into their "churches". They should stay out of ours.

Their offer of a truce implies they are rightful, accepted participants here. What a move! Their presence here is purely subversive. Offering a truce in the guise of generosity is clear demonstration of the natural "1.1-ness" of Scientologists. With guile and deception, they hope to cover their guile and deception.

My answer is a resounding "NO!". No slack in the war against totalitarian control. A truce would be our permission for them to proceed in their planetary coup. Speaking for the future of mankind, I say, The Fuck stops here!

---Alec

We would all do better to go about our business without responding to their
disruptive efforts.


I'm not going to succomb to this form of mind-control

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Upon further reflection regarding the proposed "truce"

Anonymous

Fri, 19 Dec 1997 18:55:38 GMT

From: anonymous@anonymous.net (Anonymous)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Upon further reflection regarding the proposed "truce"
Date: Fri, 19 Dec 1997 18:55:38 GMT
Message-ID: <349ac1be.6742845@news.shore.net>

I have been doing a little bit of thinking regarding this proposed "truce" They call for a cease-fire. What the hell are they talking about. I am a critic of this organization because of the way I *think* When I read about their policies and atrocities my mind is appalled. A "truce" implies that there is some sort of effort on our part to injure those in Scientology. This is not the case. We are trying to reform a *criminal* organization. Do police stop working on Christmas? No. Why is that? Because criminals continue to operate on Christmas. The COS will still have people in the RPF on Christmas, They will still have people going through the purif and the introspection rundown, they will still be charging people for salvation, The truce they are calling for is for us as critics to stop criticizing. (I'm not sure what their side would be...would they stop dead-agenting people?) I can not stop criticizing this group. Fundamentally they are asking us to change the way we think for a few days. Well, I'm not going to succomb to this form of mind-control nor will i succomb to any other form.


I will keep spreading the word about the criminal cult on Christmas

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Message-ID: <Upon further reflection regarding the proposed "truce"

Jim Byrd

19 Dec 1997 11:10:54 -0800

From: Jim Byrd <byrd@NOSPAM.acm.org>
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Upon further reflection regarding the proposed "truce"
Date: 19 Dec 1997 11:10:54 -0800
Message-ID: <67egru$q22@sdrn.zippo.com>

The fallacy of asking for a "truce" is the assumption that there is someone to ask for a truce with. It assumes that opposition to the criminal cult is centrally directed and managed, and that someone can decide questions like this for all critics. This is simply false. All critics make their own decisions. Some may "agree" to this, most won't. Remember the official ARSCC slogan "We do not exist."

You won't hear much from me on Christmas, simply because I will be out of town and away from the internet. But don't worry, I will keep spreading the word about the criminal cult.


Now is the time to hit 'em HARD

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Christmas Truce 1997

David Gerard

Sat, 20 Dec 1997 06:49:00 GMT

From: fun@thingy.apana.org.au (David Gerard)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Christmas Truce 1997
Date: Sat, 20 Dec 1997 06:49:00 GMT
Message-ID: <34b962f9.20014134@202.12.87.97>

On 19 Dec 1997 07:30:35 GMT, sassie10@aol.com (Sassie10) wrote:

>There were many who observed this last year. I am proposing :another truce for Christmas Day this year.
Happy Holidays,
Sassie

Now s the time to hit 'em HARD.

Christmas is downstat season. The tech of course does not allow for seasonal dips in the statistics, so every frickin' year they hassle the org staff over the drop in stats.

So get those Xenu leaflets out there and HAMMER THEM HARD!


Screw the truce

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: F*** The Truce

Kattardis

Sun, 21 Dec 1997 17:20:57 -0500

From: Kat <Kattardis@angelfire.com>
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: F*** The Truce
Date: Sun, 21 Dec 1997 17:20:57 -0500
Message-ID: <349D9649.6BB1@angelfire.com>

Absolutely.

These people don't want a 'truce' in any case--they want us all to be SILENT. Preferably forever.

Never give the Devil a break, folks. He's not in the business of playing fair.

We should be kinder to the poor deluded souls caught in this mess called Scientology, however. I think 'screw the truce' is a bit nicer. I do appreciate the feeling.

Kat


A transparent and pathetic ploy

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Fuck The Truce

Mark Dallara

Mon, 22 Dec 1997 03:57:37 GMT

From: mdallara@kcii.com (Mark Dallara)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Fuck The Truce
Date: Mon, 22 Dec 1997 03:57:37 GMT
Message-ID: <34a5e196.17919720@news.relay.co.uk>

Kat <Kattardis@angelfire.com> wrote:

>Absolutely.

>These people don't want a 'truce' in any case--they want us all to be SILENT. Preferably forever.

>Never give the Devil a break, folks. He's not in the business of playing fair.

It was pointed out to me this evening that the concept of a false truce is included in Sun Tzu's "The Art of War", which is required reading for $cientology's secret service. The idea is to make one's opponent back off from the fight, lose intensity, and fool him into thinking that you intend to do the same. While I have not yet attempted to find the particular passage which documents this in the book, I find the hypothesis to be valid, and I believe that this is the real motive behind the proposed a.r.s "truce".

The Church of $cientology and its agents have no credibility. In fact, they have proven again and again that their intentions are not honorable, and that they cannot be trusted to do what they say or to follow the principles to which they give lip service. Those who have proposed this truce will consider it a "win" if they cause some of the a.r.s activists to cease their vigilance and their participation, even for a short span.

I consider it a transparent and pathetic ploy, and I, for one, will not cooperate with it.

--
Mark Dallara


The Scientologists' gratuitous offering of a Christmas truce is very hypocritical

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: Christmas Truce 1997

Monica Pignotti

Mon, 22 Dec 1997 06:26:20 -0800

From: Monica Pignotti <Pignotti@worldnet.att.net>
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: Christmas Truce 1997
Date: Mon, 22 Dec 1997 06:26:20 -0800
Message-ID: <67lilp$8pa@bgtnsc02.worldnet.att.net>

I think you missed Rebecca's point. The Scientologists' gratuitous offering of a Christmas truce is very hypocritical, considering their behavior during the rest of the year. This point is well taken. If you think that their declaration of a truce means they're going to change their behavior from now on, I wouldn't hold my breath based on their behavior in the years past. When I was in Scientology on the Apollo there was often a Christmas amnesty in December for anyone in ethics trouble. In January it was all over and that was the notorious month for "heavy ethics", which more than made up for any Christmas truce. It was back to business as usual. I think we all know enough by now not to be fooled by their phoney PR tactics. This is a pattern that has been going on with them for a very long time and based on their behavior this past year, I see no evidence that anything has changed.

Monica Pignotti


There will be no peace until $cientology is destroyed

Usenet post from the newsgroup alt.religion.scientology.

Source: ARSCC- Under the Miseltoe

Jeff Kazmierski

Mon, 22 Dec 1997 09:58:41 -0600

From: odysseus@fwbnet.com (Jeff Kazmierski)
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Subject: Re: ARSCC- Under the Miseltoe
Date: Mon, 22 Dec 1997 09:58:41 -0600
Message-ID: <odysseus-2212970958420001@du21.fwbnet.com>

In article <19971220102001.FAA16207@ladder02.news.aol.com>,
mikesmith3@aol.com (MikeSmith3) wrote:

>Its that time of year again- Yes its Christmas and ARSCC is getting a bit sentimental.

>--------------------------------------------------------------------------
>Graham really puts us in the Christmas spirit with his message of joy:

>Sassie 10 makes her overture-

>>>Could we have a Christmas Day truce on ars?

>>It have to be over my dead body with rigor-mortis having set in.
>>Graham Berry

>--------------------------------------------------------------------------
>And Bill Barwell has sent out his little cyber Christmas card to the group:

>>I sneer at you Scientologists
>>You religion is no religion.
>>No blind bigotry here.

>--------------------------------------------------------------------------
>Now Dave Gerard has been a busy little elf preparing gift baskets for us:

>>HIT 'EM HARD and HIT 'EM OFTEN.

>>...NUKE YOUR ORG!

>--------------------------------------------------------------------------
>Russ Shaw tenders:

>>>Peace?

>Rev. Erlich prepares a thoughtful Christmas sermon as a response for his flock:

>>Sorry. We have all learned the lesson of Sodom Hussein. There will be no peace on earth when such predators are allowed to continue creating havoc.

>>Uncle?

>--------------------------------------------------------------------------
>After watching., "Its a Wonderful Life", Roland is overcome by the Holiday mood...

>>I've got a Christmas message to all Scientologists:

>>Rot in Hell You Scumbag Clams!!

>--------------------------------------------------------------------------

>Santa tells me these boys may get coal in their stockings but to the rest of you don't wait till Christmas Eve to finish your shopping and do have a Happy Holiday.

Here's a Christmas message that may be more "Christian" and in tune with the times.

$cientologists, I forgive you for your sins. God will forgive you, if you are willing to repent. You are sinners and you will spend eternity in hell with All Wrong Hubbub unless you cast aside the delusion of your so-called "religion", repent and make restitution for your wrongs.

There will be no "Christmas truce." There will be no peace until $cientology is destroyed.

SP1

Jeff Kazmierski
Amateur Physicist, Star Wars Fan, and Skeptic

 



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