Scientology Critical Information Directory

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The Church of Scientology: a hate group?

"Never fear to hurt another in a just cause."

— L. Ron Hubbard, "Code of Honor", The Creation of Human Ability, p. 5

The Church of Scientology wants the "Global Obliteration of Psychiatry"

"A hate group is an organized group or movement that advocates hate, hostility, or violence towards members of a race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation or other designated sector of society"

— Wikipedia on "Hate group" (as of Jul. 2007)


Evening Standard (London, Oct. 2006): "Tom's aliens target City's 'planetary rulers'" by David Cohen

«"Psychiatry" and "psychiatrist" are easily redefined to mean "an antisocial enemy of the people." This takes the kill-crazy psychiatrist off the preferred list of professions. ... The way to redefine a word is to get the new definition repeated as often as possible. Thus it is necessary to redefine medicine, psychiatry and psychology downward and define Dianetics and Scientology upwards. This, so far as words are concerned, is the public opinion battle for belief in your definitions, and not those of the opposition. A consistent, repeated effort is the key to any success with this technique of propaganda.»

L. Ron Hubbard, HCOPL of 5 October 1971, "Propaganda by Redefinition of Words"

International Association of Scientologists event of 2004: "Go to guns!"

Michael L. Tilse's "False Purpose Rundown"


"A world free of psychiatry"
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IMPACT - The magazine of the International Association of Scientologists 66: "A world free of psychiatry".

Clearly, the Church of Scientology wishes to replace psychiatry with Scientology.

ABC News (Feb. 1992): "A Conversation with David Miscavige" — the vilification of the medical profession

"Although their evidence is usually inaccurate, sub-standard and widely rejected by society, the hate group continues to propagate assertions, myths, narratives and rumours, playing upon fear, xenophobia, blame or jealousy, with the aim of harming the individuals and groups they target"

— Wikipedia on "Hate group" (as of Jul. 2007)

Scientology scripture: psychiatry involved in a world conspiracy

"Hate groups usually assert that the targets of their attacks are harmful to society, malicious, less fit to be members of society, or are operating some hidden cabal."

— Wikipedia on "Hate group" (as of July 2007)

Further reading

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights spent over USD $1.6 million in 2005 toward its anti-psychiatry propaganda alone.

— Citizens Commission on Human Rights: form 990 filings