Scientology - Fair Game. Why Scientologists in Australia hired a private detective to spy on Rupert Murdoch. Release date: 23 October 2016. Duration: 5 minutes This clip is from. Sunday — The.
Here is a quote from Ex Scientology Kids regarding Fair Game Fair Game If you’ve spent any time at all reading anti-Scientology articles or message boards, or if you’ve ever seen a Scientology protest, you may have heard the term “Fair Game”. “Fai.
The “fair game” policy was cancelled in 1968, more than four decades ago, expressly because it was susceptible to misinterpretation and misuse. The term meant that apostate members could not seek protection or refuge under the Church’s internal ethics or justice codes. It had been intentionally misinterpreted by apostates, when all it meant was that those expelled from the Church could.Gang Stalking is the Freemasonic Secret (Silent, Slow) Dagger AND Scientology’s “Fair Game” Policy!? Posted on April 17, 2017 November 20, 2017 Author Eric Karlstrom 1 Comment James Harken.Fair Game book. Read 35 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. As astonishing as it is compelling - Steve Cannane's extraordinary insigh.
Scientology Fair game. An online onslaught against Scientology. International Jan 31st 2008 edition. Jan 31st 2008. A VICIOUS cult run by cynical fraudsters, or a sincerely held religious belief.
The “fair game” policy was cancelled in 1968, more than four decades ago, expressly because it was susceptible to misinterpretation and misuse. “Fair game” is a term which is often intentionally misinterpreted and used by apostate Scientologists and other critics to unfairly tarnish the Church. The “fair game” policy was cancelled in 1968, more than four decades ago, expressly.
The evolution of “Fair Game” as a policy and practice in Scientology is best summed in the 23 December 1965 version of the policy on Suppressive Acts and the handling for persons declared a Suppressive Person by the church. This policy is excerpted below. (Note: In the policy that follows the first part of the title is the address of origin of the policy and also this gives the information.
In 2011, Gerry Armstrong spoke to a group of people in Germany and detailed the long 30 year history of Fair Game against him by the Church of Scientology, at the direction of Mark “Marty” Rathbun and Mike Rinder. If you know Gerry’s life story, you know that the fair game directed against him was some of the worst in Scientology history.
Despite Scientology’s claims that the policy was cancelled, Scientology lawyers argued in two court cases in 1979 and 1984 (more than 10 years after the Fair Game policy was supposedly cancelled) that Fair Game was a core belief of Scientology and therefore deserved protection under the First Amendment.
The “fair game” policy was cancelled in 1968 by the Founder, nearly five decades ago, expressly because it was susceptible to misinterpretation. The term meant that apostate members could not seek protection or refuge under the Church’s internal justice codes and that those expelled from the Church could no longer take advantage of the internal ecclesiastical support offered by the.
The Fair Game policy was a policy to forward Scientology's belief that any attacks on Scientology by those seeking to destroy it were to be vigorously defended by legal means and never ignored. It was not a policy condoning or encouraging illegal or criminal activities. The policy was misinterpreted by others and was thus canceled. It has since been used by litigants over the years as a.
SPDL Note: Hubbard’s fair game doctrine, when he laid it out in his Policy Letter of 18 October 1967, was quickly recognized by thinking government officials, journalists and citizens as calling for violent, illegal actions against the cult’s “enemies.”As a result, he issued another Policy Letter dated 21 October 1968 entitled “Cancellation of Fair Game,” that the Miscavige regime.
Here’s what Scientology fair game tactics look like. Remember when I said, “If it all starts to go horribly wrong, we’ll know I’ve become a victim of the Scientology fair game policy”? ? Well, just when I was about to go quiet again, because I had nothing on my mind about a certain criminal cult, they gave me something to talk about.
Scientology’s “Fair Game” policy was a controversial hot button topic since it’s inception in 1965, by church founder Lafayette Ronald Hubbard better known as L. Ron Hubbard. The policy stated that “A Suppressive Person or Group becomes fair game. By FAIR GAME is meant, may not be further protected by the codes and disciplines or the.
Some have pointed to my refusal to credit the Fair Game Policy (SPs may be tricked, cheated, lied to, sued or destroyed without any recourse to Scientology justice) as being the chief motivating policy behind the evil and criminal deeds Miscavige’s Office of Special Affairs (OSA) and RTC routinely commit against those who refuse to comply with the dictator’s reign. My response was, and is.