|Jay Van Andel Richard DeVos|
|Carl F. Rehnborg|
|Convicted cheat, Alain Rosenberg (left)|
The most-outrageously over-priced single item (approximately 4000 Euros) was a handheld gadget, labelled ‘E-meter’ (capable of detecting tiny fluctuations in natural, corporal electrical resistance), which contless victims of the 'Scientology' lie have been assured is part of a ‘proven technology’ for measuring and improving the clarity and functioning of a person’s mind and body.
One Australian couple (who were unquestioning ‘Scientology’ core-adherents for over 20 years) now accept that they were effectively coerced into parting with more than 1 million Aus. dollars (around US$ 900 000). The ‘Scientology’ Ministry of Truth has falsely portrayed Senator Xenophon as a ‘Fascist’ and the Australian witnesses as ‘liars paid by the Australian media.’ However, this is hardly surprising, since from its outset, ‘Scientology’ has been run as a reality-inverting totalitarian State in microcosm, in which all free-thinking individuals, and any quantifiable evidence, challenging the authenticity of the organization’s imaginary scenario of control, were to be mercilessly repressed by first systematically categorising and condemning them as absolutely evil.
The year before, Hubbard had completed a novel set in the wild-west, entitled ‘Buckskin Brigades.’ For this, he had negotiated an advance of $ 2 500 from a
|Dr. Louis Jolyon West|