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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Andrew McPherson)
Organization: Anonymous forwarding service
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 1995 17:42:22 UTC
Subject: Just 100,000 scientologists
In a 1991 publication for staff members the IAS writes:
"Therefor we set the 1991 goals as follows:
"* Build the membership to 100,000 active members.
"* Establish Membership Committees in each major area with the purpose of
launching and completing major projects set out in HCO Bulletin 25 June
1969 Special Zone Plan.
"* Hold ceremonies to sign the Pledge to Mankind in every major city to
acknowledge the great strides forward that have been made since the
Association was formed.
"* Change the order of magnitude on the Free Membership Program by getting
all new Scientologists signed up as Free Members as soon as they purchase
their frst book or service and increasing this membership to 200,000
"* Double the size of the "War Chest" so that the future of Scientology can
be guaranteed without question.
"* Eradicate Interpol.
Now this finally confirms it and should end the scieno rumour of 8 million
plus members. Woody, stop counting BTs as full members, will you please?!
Further, and this should be understood: While the scienos constantly quote
a so-called public price and IAS member price for their services they will
NOT permit anyone onto a major service without that person being an IAS
member. Membership in the IAS is mandatory! No member = no service. If your
membership has run out and you have not taken any services recently, then
lack of membership (if your are a yearly member) becomes an ethics matter.
If your are a lifetime meber then you constantly get pushed to achieve the
next membership level. Once you are a lemon (or was it patron?) they push
you for patron notorious (sorry, should read: meritorious). So maybe the
rumours are true that some very wealthy people shoved millions of dollars
into the organization to keep it afloat. A friend once told me that while
at Flag (Clearwater, Florida) he met a wife/the wife of Adnan Kashoggi.
That would be a good money source indeed. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has
been targetted as the next country to be taken over. They take it real easy
there. Just introducing their "management" tech into university through
Did they eradicate Interpol? Does buying the joint count as well?
Can anyone have his congressman enquire at the Washington Interpol office
as to where in the U.S. the request to the Finnish police originated? Did
it originate in the U.S.? Could also have been Russia or one of the other
new states. The answer will probably be found with the Finnish police. They
can supply the proper lead. Just needs to be traced back. Actually a simple
routine once you have the right contacts. I'll try through my government
contacts in a while if someone would help me by emailing me a good synopsis
on all the things that transpired, including as much as available
documentation (in email form). (Time, place, form, event or as we say: who,
what, when, where, why.)
BTW: "Old" Saint Hill had, if I recall correctly, roughly 250 staff
members. And the place was crowded (wasn't real big then - the castle had
not been built yet). At its peak probably around 250 to 300 students there.
A good chunk of the money was generated by FSMs bringing in their friends
(my guess around 30% to 40%). Sort of a different atmosphere, more adults
than young people. ElRon was quite visible, as was at times his temper.
Memory is fading ...... guess I audited all my "pictures" away.
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