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Scientologist Brent Jones running for Nevada Senate District 9

Discussion in 'Leaks & Legal' started by Anonymous, May 9, 2012.

  1. RightOn Member

    "irrational zealots over Scilons in government"

    If Scilons were in government just to serve the people who vote them in and did not further their agenda of their anti pysch message and to push Applied Scholatics, maybe people would feel differently
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  2. anon walker Moderator

    There's nothing irrational about opposing a candidate who "passed a brain-damaged man around like a teenage girl at a Hells Angels' party."

    And ripped him off in some stupid ostrich egg venture.

    Now he's making a living selling bogus magic water. Gosh, I can't imagine why anyone wouldn't vote for a guy like that for the Senate.
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  3. Anonymous Member

    Of religious groups in the US whose core teachings explicitly demand their followers infiltrate and suborn governments worldwide, how many have been convicted of said conspiracy to infiltrate and suborn the US Government, in the last century?

    Not "conspiracy to cover up financial or sexual misconduct by members" which is a lot more common, but isn't a direct attack on the state.

    I'm not sure how many groups like this there are, but I'm not sure I'd want any of their members participating in my government until they can demonstrate they don't do that anymore. Where "demonstrate" would be some measure of transparency.
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  4. Anonymous Member

    psst.
    Wanna buy some eggs?
    [IMG]
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  5. For Immediate Release:
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  6. Anonymous Member

    Likewise "selective recall" disclaimer -- I don't remember candidates specifically, but in regards to their promoted support they were big on being "libertarians" for awhile before anon came along, w/ a habit of leaning towards Democrats up until Hilary dropped out of the last prez race and their old ARC with Bill fizzled. But as of late, what with Palin being Greta van dork husband's PAC & Prop8 drum beating Cali, republican seems to be their preferred flavor for throwing support at.
  7. Anonymous Member

    gotta love WWP … if it is a scilon he’s gotta be bad. lol
  8. Herro Member

    Who says they aren't?
  9. Anonymous Member

    purple text means you're gay
  10. Anonymous Member

    LRH + sins of omission re their scilon connection + their scilon agenda to infiltrate government per LRH policy = not there to serve the people who voted them in.
  11. Herro Member

    How do you know they have a scilon agenda to infiltrate government?

    So what you're basically saying is that Scientologists can't serve their constituents. Why? Because they're Scientologists. Nice reasoning.
  12. Anonymous Member

    Why not?
    kanamit.jpg
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  13. grebe Member

    FIFY
  14. Herro Member

    If you had said this guy is untrustworthy because he has a proven track record of magic water and other scams, then your statement would be legitimate.
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  15. Anonymous Member

    this guy is untrustworthy because he has a proven track record of magic water and other scams.
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  16. Anonymous Member

    Also, he's a scilon. Fuck that.
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  17. moarxenu Member

    No one should ever vote for a Scientologist for any reason whatsoever.

    Every Scientologist is committed to the complete and utter destruction of all mental health and social welfare services and their replacement by L. Ron Hubbard's lunatic pseudo-psychotherapy of auditing, lethal Purif, and quack replacement of both medical and psychiatric medications.

    This is not some minor or peripheral believe it is the very reason that Scientology exists and justifies the coercing of women into abortion, RPFs etc. Planetary Salvage and the Global Obliteration of Psychiatry are the reasons Scientology exists and the mission of every Scientologist and front group.

    Here are David Miscavige's marching orders for the new millennium from the annual IAS clusterfuck in Copenhagen in 1995:

    Objective one - place Scientology at the absolute center of society.
    Objective two - eliminate psychiatry in all its forms.

    This is from Katharine Mieczkowski article in Salon Scientology's war on psychiatry. I don't think very many anons have read it because in 4 years of Chanology I have never seen it cited on WWP. It is essential reading.

    Not only should no one vote for a Scientologist. No one, no non-profit organization, and especially no government organizations that run on our taxes should ever give or receive money from Scientologists or any Scientology group, particularly Narconon. Nor should they cooperate in any way with the likes of The Way To Happiness, Youth For Human Rights International, Applied Scholastics, and Criminon.

    Why in God's name would anyone defend giving tax payer money to organizations committed to destroying foundational institutions of liberal democratic society?

    Anonymous is the greatest achievement of the millennial generation bar none save for the creation of 4chan by 15-year-old anime fan moot on Oct 1, 2003 just to share his love of Japanese anime culture with his friends. He ended up creating an extraordinary lulzy culture that pervades the internets.

    We are the activist vanguard of the anti-Scientology movement. We have crashed the evil cult. We have liberated zombified cultists. We have re-united families. We have trolled OSA into the ground.

    Legal initiatives against CoS, RTC, and David Miscavige have failed. Anons have closed Narconon in Canada and closing it down in Oklahoma.

    Lawl soots and the government are not going to bring down the cult. Anons, exes, and critics are. The most effective way of stopping the cult's War On Society is to render it a complete social pariah that organizations would nor more dream of touching than the Mafia.

    Brent Jones may be the sweetest, kindest, most constituent-service-minded scilon the tech has produced in the whole-track of the universe. He needs to be exposed and stopped dead in his tracks.

    He will get in office and start introducing legislation to "reform" psychiatry and introduce Narconon where ever he can handle the people we elect to collect and spend our taxes.

    The Scientology's War on Psychiatry article cites example after example in state after state by politicians, who are mostly Republicans.

    Republican Attorney General of Utah Mark Shurtleff got $500K in state and federal funding for the Narconon front group Utah Meth Cops Project.

    In Jun 2011, Shurtleff attended a gala for none other than John "I suck cawks" Travolta's pet Narconon front group, Health For Heroes - NN faggotry for rescue workers, military personnel and veterans. WTF?

    Brent Jones, by virture of being a human being, has an inalienable right to his ideological beliefs and their concommitent practices. The is part of the self-evident truth written by Thomas Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence which grounds Brent's right to religious freedom under the First Amendment.

    He has no inalienable right to have anyone recognize his claims for religious legitimacy of his beliefs and practices let alone having tax payers fund Narconon and Way To Crappiness faggotry.

    Most nations in the world do not recognize the cult's claim to religious legitimacy. The >1 billion member Roman Catholic Church has made it unmistakeably clear of its adamant opposition and the threat Scientology poses to society and to Catholic young people in particular.

    If anons want to initiate an op for lulz and great justice they can call up Brent's opponents, ask for the person who works on candidate research (or opposition research) and say, "There are a few things you need to know about Brent and Scientology." And give them information. You can also call local journalists to educate them.

    I did this in Missouri last year with a cool old Republican guy, one of whose opponents was the former head of friggin CCHR in St. Louis. The old guy knew nothing about the cult.

    The CCHRfag turned out to be no threat, but a couple of more people got educated by an anon making one phone call and sending two emails.

    The true leader of Anonymous -

    news-293x307.jpg

    O hai, Brent. The artlessness of your organization has sounded its death knell.
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  18. anon walker Moderator

    I think printed out ostrich eggs on sticks with URL could be lulzy and useful.
  19. Anonymous Member

    ^ what he said
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  20. anon walker Moderator

    Even Herro should be able to grok this...
  21. Zak McKracken Member

    It's a shame we didn't hear about this a couple months ago.
    April is the cruelest month.
  22. Anonymous Member

    Yeah.
    I think I may have run across it before, but skipped because I figured it was a fluff piece that didn't say
    anything I didn't already know, or present it in a way I hadn't seen.

    Katharine Mieczkowski has a difficult name.
    But she's overcompensated for it by being an excellent writer of lucid and clear English,
    including some content that not all Chanonys may know.

    ^^^^^^^
    Print this out and give it to your mom.
    And to your Psychiatrist when they laugh at you for tilting at CoS windmills.

    Needs more Bull.
    (and no shit!)
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  24. Anonymous Member

    Duh, coz when it comes to "participation" and scientology, that translates to infitration and imposition of scientology government.
    It's in their not-so-sekrit-scriptures you dingbat.



    HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
    Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex

    HCO POLICY LETTER OF 16 FEBRUARY, 1969

    Cen O Con
    Guardians Offices
    Intelligence
    PRO

    Issue IV

    Confidential
    TARGETS, DEFENSE

    It is quite obvious that Scientology has to maintain a defense perimeter. In 19 years of continual attacks it is obvious that Dianetics then Scientology must have lain across some concerted plan by another older group to do something else.

    To analyze what the others intended, it is only necessary to review what Dianetics and Scientology intended to do and assume the reverse.

    Experience has shown that defense is only effective when one sorties or attacks.

    When we did not give a lot of time and energy and funds to knocking out real enemies we came close to losing the lot.

    The errors we have made have been

    1. Defending only.

    2. Defending on Scn ground.

    3. Being reasonable and assigning mild motives to the enemy.

    4. Failing to attack early and hard.

    5. Undervaluing the broad social value of Scn.

    6. Individuating from other similar organizations.

    7. Not learning enemy tactics and using and bettering them.

    8. Failing to heavily contest for public opinion and public media.

    9. Failing to identify the enemy early and hit him hard.

    A. Our best defense is that we are sincere, that we are effective and that we commit no crimes.

    B. Our next best defense line was being sure the public knew we were a Church.

    C. Our next best was being quick and able and using very fast comm lines.

    We must not repeat the errors of 1 to 9.

    And we must reinforce A, B and C.

    TARGETS

    The vital targets on which we must invest most of our time are:

    T1. Depopularizing the enemy to a point of total obliteration.

    T2. Taking over the control or allegiance of the heads or proprietors of all news media.

    T3. Taking over the control or allegiance of key political figures.

    T4. Taking over the control or allegiance of those who monitor international finance and shifting them to a less precarious finance standard.

    T5. Generally revitalizing the societies in which we are operating.

    T6. Winning overwhelming public support.

    T7. Use all other similar groups as allies.

    These, of course, are very long range targets. But it is what must be done to continue the longevity of our organizations.

    Our only justification for doing these things is that Scientology is the only game where everyone wins.

    The names and connections, at this time, of the bitterly opposing enemy are:

    1. Psychiatry and psychology (not medicine).

    2. The heads of news media who are also directors of psychiatric front groups.

    3. A few key political figures in the fields of “mental health” and education.

    4. A decline of monetary stability caused by the current planning of bankers who are also directors of psychiatric front organizations would make us unable to function.

    5. The cold war is being fought on home ground and has an apparent target of degrading western society to a point where we are finding it difficult to operate; a degraded society can be swallowed up easily by an enemy.

    6. The public is somewhat sympathetic already but in a democracy trials are by public opinion. To win all the way, the bulk of public opinion must be at the level of love us … hate the enemy.

    7. Many groups exist with similar aims. They need organizing and uniting.

    At first glance the targets T1 to T7 are a pretty big handful. But we have to start somewhere. And we might as well start in the direction of the total target as per T1 – T7.

    Nearly everything we are doing is already tending in that direction T1 – T7.

    We have the advantage of new vital technology and a monopoly on it. New technologies are the things which made progress.

    We do not have a Utopian dream or a planned society. We are trying to survive. Our theory is that if individuals become more honest and less harassed they will be capable of building a better society.

    The fact is we would have gone along happily minding our own business. But these fantastic and continuing attacks have pushed us more and more into developing a technology and direction of defense.

    We now have a lot of experience. We have been hurt, we have been held back. It has cost us millions. Normal channels of the society have let us down. Therefore we are on our own. Obviously. To our actual and factual view, the West is prostrate and near helpless and the rest of the world is a big slave camp.

    If we don’t do anything about it we and everyone else are gone

    So we may as well have a go.

    If we unite all groups into an interplay and use all forces extant and channel them we have a very big chance of winning.

    Therefore from an appreciation of all data to hand and experience it seems that T1 to T7 is beneficial. Things that don’t are a relative waste of time.

    If we, doing our jobs, doing no wrong, breaking no laws, are having trouble operating, what about the rest of the West? We’re not the only ones in hot water. In fact we are probably in far better shape than many many other groups and for sure in better shape than other individuals.

    So we can and must take the lead.

    And we ourselves must develop many leaders.

    We may as well start now and push all we are doing in defensive actions into T1 to T7.

    L. RON HUBBARD
    Founder

    LRH:bw

    Copyright (c) 1969
    by L. Ron Hubbard
    ALL RIGHTS RESERVED1, 2
    http://johanw.home.xs4all.nl/CoS/targets-defence.txt


    But you know this.
    Carry on
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  25. Come out to Meet Nevada State Candidates (R)

    Brent Jones and Victoria De LaGuerraSeaman

    Invite you to join them May 19th

    At the Red Ridge Park for a

    FREE Hot Dog and FREE Bottle of Real Water

    Red Ridge Park 9135 W. Maule Ave., Las Vegas NV 89148

    May 19th Anytime Between 11 am and 2 pm

    Paid for and Authorized by Brent Jones of Nevada and Friends of Victoria DeLaGuerra Seaman
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  26. Anonymous Member

    Doesn't work. I like to consider myself a free radical and yet here I am.
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  27. Anonymous Member

    And OSA
  28. Anonymous Member

    I am gay and OSA
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  29. me too
  30. Yeah, this is pretty much where my brain went. too.
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  31. Brent Jones on Las Vegas Conservative Talk Radio Thursday Morning! He is getting out there to address the Raul Lopez case!!!

    KDWN 720 AM the Alan Stock Show. Tune in and maybe ask a few questions!

    And remember this guy has endorsed good ol Brent Jones according to BJ's Facebook page!

    http://alanstock.com/

    http://kdwn.com/alan-stock
  32. Anonymous Member

    Brent Jones is scum. Let's educate the voters.
  33. Monday, 14 May 2012

    Tea Party Scientologist - Brent Jones.


    TEA PARTY SCIENTOLOGIST
    Brent Jones, a Republican candidate for state Senate District 9, readily admits he is a Scientologist, but adds he's also a constitutional conservative, a Ron Paul backer and a believer in tea party principles.

    "I don't think religion should be an issue at all," said Jones, who faces Mari Nakashima St. Martin in the June 12 primary. "I am not afraid to say I practice Scientology. Based on our polling we are doing quite well."

    Jones noted that he was "born and raised a Catholic," and at times in America's history there even was opposition to Catholics like John F. Kennedy running for president.

    "Mitt Romney is a Mormon and that should not make a difference," Jones added.
    - Ed Vogel

    http://www.lvrj.com/news/political-eye-ex-lawmaker-goes-from-senate-to-sexy-151339665.html
  34. RightOn Member

    oh but it does make a difference Brent
    a BIG difference
    others do not disseminate their "religion".
    And if you don't KSW, you are not following the tech.
    So which is it Brent? are you following the tech?
    Or are you out ethics?
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  35. anon walker Moderator

    Don't let this be turned into a diversion off into religious rights and such. Stick to the facts of what this bastard did; defrauded a vulnerable man with permanent brain damage.

    Over the years I have heard many Scilons manage to turn a host away from the real issues to a sort of infomercial for Scientology and its front groups.

    If you're going to call in, be familiar with the Lopez case and don't be distracted.
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  36. whitesand Member

    I followed the kdwn link and it appears that Mr. Stock's show is 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. Pacific time.

    I also read his bio as it appears in the link and have copied a portion of it here. It's pretty remarkable that Alan Stock would endorse any Scientologist, if he really has. He has worked as a psychotherapist for 10 years, and has a Master's degree in Psychology. I wonder what he thinks of CCHR, or does he even know what it is?

    "Alan worked in the field of psychotherapy for 10 years. His specialties included working with poly-abuse drug addicts. He relied on his creative training and employed the techniques of role-playing and psychodrama.
    .......
    Alan graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Sonoma State University and a Masters Degree in psychology from California State University at Dominguez Hills. Alan and his wife Rhoda were childhood sweethearts and have been married for 42 years. They have twin daughters, a great son-in-law and two beautiful granddaughters…and a Shiranian (Shih Tzu/Pomeranian) pooch named Daisy."
  37. Anonymous Member

    Copied from Brent Jones campaign website, LOL at the typo:

    Brent Jones is endorsed by local radio and television personality Alan Stock. Alan lives in Bent Jones' district.
  38. Herro Member

    Lol seriously? Only Scientologists try to spread their beliefs? Really?
  39. Anonymous Member

    So why should we try at all, right?

    Those who do not learn from history are destined to repeat it.

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