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From: email@example.com (Clambo)
Organization: Anonymous forwarding service
Date: Fri, 21 Jul 1995 20:37:45 UTC
Subject: Re: Scientology and racism (Was Re: A Line Has Been Crossed)
In, " Re: Scientology and racism (Was Re: A Line Has Been Crossed)", Vere
Furis wrote -
>firstname.lastname@example.org (Hi Im Xenu) wrote:
>>On an AOL board today, a pro$cieno (Koreen B) posted something about
>>racism and how us antis were all bigoted.
>>The great reply to that was from someone who decried dehumanization of
>>people by using slur terms or animals names and pointed out the origin of
>Let's just see how long it stays on the AOL board. ;)
>BTW, I tried to find the LRH quote (with attribution) on the futility
>of auditing native Africans to go along with Koreen's post.
Here is a similar one, I believe that Kim Baker was collecting them and
there are several more:
From "Scientology: Fundamentals of Thought", (L.Ron Hubbard) page 93:
"Just as individuals can be seen, by observing nations, so we see the
African tribesman, with his complete contempt for the truth, and his
emphasis on brutality and savagery for others but not himself, is a
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