|Should I ignore orders to disconnect|
|Friday, 16 October 2009 19:52|
The Factors, April 1953
-- L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology 8-8008
Since we can now handle all types of cases disconnection as a condition is canceled.
-- L. Ron Hubbard, HCO PL 15 November 1968, CANCELLATION OF DISCONNECTION
Perhaps the most fundamental right of any being is the right to communicate. Without this freedom, other rights deteriorate.
-- L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology Ethics, PTSness and Disconnection, pg 205
1. Never desert a comrade in need, in danger or in trouble.
-- L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology 0-8, The Code of Honor, Nov 1954
As a Scientologist, I pledge myself to the Code of Scientology for the good of all.
2. To use the best I know of Scientology to the best of my ability to help my family, friends, groups and the world.
10. To work for freedom of speech in the world.
-- L. Ron Hubbard, HCO PL 5 Feb 1969R, Code of a Scientologist
Scale of Political Philosophies
-- L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology 0-8, pg 345
-- L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology 0-8, pg 351
Havingness Scale, July 1957:
-- L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology 0-8, pg 302
Sub-Zero Tone Scale, August 1952
-- L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology 0-8, pg 106
Q1 The common denominator of all life impulses is self-determinism.
-- L. Ron Hubbard, The Qs, Lecture of 10 Nov 1952, The Q List and Beginning of Logics
-- L. Ron Hubbard, Advanced Procedure and Axioms, Nov 1951
On July 18, 1966, L. Ron Hubbard gave a lecture called “About Rhodesia.” He had just come back from a trip to the country now called Zimbabwe and discovered that a bunch of people had been "declared suppressive" by executives of Scientology headquarters at Saint Hill Manor in England. Staff were assembled so he could correct them on this and other points. In the lecture, LRH said,
-- L. Ron Hubbard, LRH Recorded Lecture "About Rhodesia," July 18, 1966
Church Management has just canceled disconnection. Tommy Davis told Jake Coyle, writer for the Associated Press,“The church doesn’t mandate disconnection with anybody." He also told John Roberts on CNN, “There’s no such thing as disconnection… Scientology actually mandates – it’s really part of the code of being a Scientologist – to respect the religious beliefs of others, so certainly a Scientologist is going to respect their family members’ beliefs…We consider the family to be a building block of any society, so anything that is characterized as disconnection or this kind of thing is just not true. There isn’t any such policy in the Church dictating who you can and cannot be in communication with, it just doesn’t happen.”