Raid on the Church of Scientology by the Food and Drug Administration

fda logoMost Scientologists only know L Ron Hubbard’s side of this case, as they read all the issues he put out to them as part of his PR handling.

From this, Scientologists have images of jack-booted government thugs storming peaceful churches with “guns drawn” and hauling away E-Meters, which were only innocent “religious artifacts”.

Hubbard’s narrative throughout these writings and lectures are an example of his classic “always attack, never defend” strategy. And if you are a Scientologist who never bothered to look up the actual court documents, and seek out other sources of information on this event, it probably worked on you.

Most Scientologists do not even know the charges against L Ron Hubbard, nor why the FDA felt they needed to raid the Church of Scientology.

Scientologists know what Hubbard said the FDA’s reasons were. But there’s more to it than what L Ron Hubbard, the defendant, had to say about it.

If you have been involved in Scientology, you owe it to yourself to get the true history here – both sides of the case – so that you have ALL the information you need to make an informed decision.

Here are some links to get you started: Entry of Medical Claims in Scientology Doctrine

From Russel Miller’s “Bare-Faced Messiah”

Professor Hugh Urban’s Account from his “The Church of Scientology: A History of a New Religion”

If you have more information on the FDA Raid, please place it in the comments section below.

We’ll use the superior Homo Sapien technology called the “multiple viewpoint system” (or “group bank” as Hubbard called it) to increase our knowledge on the true history of Scientology.

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