Title: Re: R2-45 a joke?
Author:
writer@eskimo.com (Robert Vaughn Young)
Date: 8 Mar 1998 20:53:54 GMT

John Stirling Walker (Geistesforscher@webtv.net) wrote:
: Dear Sloth,

: It doesn't make sense in that context only if you are already biased
: towards believing LRH to have meant real harm towards anyone!

Well, let's not be biased! Let's get on source and see what LRH says!

Start with the famed "Bolivar PL" (HCOPL 12 Feb 67 "The REsponsibilities
of Leaders") where L. Ron gives 7 things about power (often applied now as
a "power formula") and so let's look at #6 and remember that LRH is the
actual model here for "the power": 

   "When you're close to power, get some delegated to you - enough
   to do yuour job and protect yourself and your interests - for you
   can be shot, fellow, shot, as the position near power is 
   delicious but dangerous, dangerous always, open to the taunts 
   of any enemy of the power who dare not really boot the power
   but can boot you. So to live at all in the shadow or employ of
   a power, you must yourself gather and USE enough power to hold
   your own - without just nattering to the power to "kill Pete,"
   in straightforward or more suppressive veiled ways to him as 
   these wreck the power that supports yuours. He doesn't have 
   to know all the bad news and if he's a power really he won't 
   ask all the time, "Waht are all those dead bodies doing at
   the door?" And if you are clever, you never let it be 
   thought HE killed them - that weakens you and also hurts 
   the power source. "Well, boss, about all those dead bodies,
   nobody at all will suppose you did it. *She* over there,
   those pink legs sticking out, didn't like me." "Well," 
   he'll say if he really is a power, "why are you bother me 
   with it if it's done and you did it. Where's my blue ink?"
   Or "Skipper, three shore patrolmen will be along soon with
   your cook, Dober, and they'll want to tell you he beat up
   Simson." "Who's Simson?" "He's a clerk in the enemy office
   downtown." "Good, when they've done it, take Dober down
   to the dispensary for anyt treatment he needs. Oh, yes.
   Raise his pay."

What this clearly fits into is the Fair Game doctrine that there is
nothing wrong with anything done to an "enemy" or "suppressive person"
just as the Nazis taught there is no crime that can be committed against
Jews. In fact, Hubbard even says, one commends and raises the pay of
someone who commits such crimes. 

Or is this "bias"? 
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