UK ITV's Promotion of Scientology

Discussion in 'Think Tank' started by Anonymous, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. Anonymous Member

    ITV programmes Britain's Got Talent and the Alan Titchmarsh show have both promoted scientology to a wide audience through giving airtime to the cult's pr band the Jive Aces.

    Wondering if anonymous can identify the person/ people/ producer that is organising this for the cult. (eg. Is the producer the same on each show? )

    Have they been deliberately befriended or are they a scientologist?

    Are there any other itv shows the cult has been promoted on?
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  3. Anonymous Member

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  5. Yoda... Member

    Complaints, OFCOM has not received.
    So decisions, it has made none.

    Our job to make those complaints, it is.

    To official assessments of Scientology as a dangerous cult, complainants should refer:
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  7. Anonymous Member

    Anonymous needs to find out who is big friends with the scientology cult at itv
  8. Anonymous Member

    Could it not just be big money?
  9. Anonymous Member

    Nope. Hubbard wrote policy on befriending and manipulating people in power or infiltrating useful organisations.

    In Communication magazine, Hubbard outlined ways that Scientology could get
    into government.

    Locate its leaders. Get a paid post as a secretary or officer of the staff
    of the leaders of that race. And by any means, audit them into ability and
    handle their affairs to bring cooperation....

    A nation or a state runs on the ability of its department heads, its
    governors, or any other leaders. It is easy to get posts in such areas....
    Don't bother to get elected. Get a job on the secretarial staff or the
    bodyguard, use any talent one has to get a place close in, go to work on
    the environment and make it function better.

    The cue in all this is don't seek the cooperation of groups. Don't ask for
    permission. Just enter them and start functioning to make the group win
    through effectiveness and sanity.

    Cooper, Scandal of Scientology
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  10. Anonymous Member

    L Ron Hubbard was absolutely committed to gaining global power and creating a scientology world through non-democratic means. It's what scientologists are ultimately trained to do.

    Scientology is an extremist group that radicalises it's members:

    Scientology's secret goals

    The following quotation is from a secret Scientology policy directive called "Targets" Guardian Order 060971. It and other secret documents were seized by the F.B.I. on its authorized search of Scientology's headquarters. From this directive to the secretive intelligence division of Scientology you see Scientology's real goals.
    "The vital targets on which we must invest most of our time are: (T1) Depopularizing the enemy to the point of 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 loss precarious standard".... "Intelligence is not concentrating on what they should be - the WFMH, [World Federation of Mental Health] the NAMH [National Association of Mental Health] - These are the groups I want destroyed."

    ........From these Smersh-like secret directives Hubbard is basically directing his fanatical followers to take over world finance; take over world political leaders and to take over mental health on the planet. This is completely consistent with classical Satanism in that he is talking almost exclusively about taking over secular power: political, financial, health and media power not spiritual power.
    Is Scientology at its essence, a satanic, political secret society? Does it use a "romantic" cosmology, e.g. the creation of a new Superman, homo novis, the clear, the OT, and an esoteric extraterrestrial veneer of "Satanism" as an additional internal cover for the organization's real goals of simple non-celestial power, wealth, and control?

    On recruiting celebrities:

    To recruit a new celebrity, Scientology staff members at a Celebrity Center often create a battle plan. This battle plan in many cases could or would contain a flowchart of the celebrity's key connections, their "psychological buttons" and their "emotional buttons.
    Everything is done to learn as much as possible about the target non-Scientology celebrity. The following are just a few key areas of information that are assembled on the target: who are the celebrity's closest friends, their business contacts, places most often frequented, credit histories, public records and police reports.
    Any information on the targeted celebrity is fair game. It can be used to manufacture an "innocent" or coincidental recruiting opportunity or can be used to produce a recruiting influence leverage over the target.

    ....Once all this information is assembled the Celebrity Center staff implements the Battle Plan. They try to set up a meeting scenario that looks like a chance meeting. The best "set ups" are enacted where a lot of unknown Scientology shills can be placed around the target celebrity. Some other Scientology celebrity friends are there too, (Scientology has been using charity events lately for this.)

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  11. Anonymous Member

    Passages taken directly from L. Ron Hubbard's writings or from transcripts of his verbal briefings are in italics [indented]. Other passages are from D/G PRO WW write-ups reproduced by courtesy of the Guardian's Office.
    These materials relate directly to
    PR Series 23 The Press Book
    PR Series 22 Press Conferences, Preparation for

    "Reporters are a kiss of death unless one really is an expert PR man himself. Reporters have to be handled and well. If truly friendly, they have to be wooed. If not they have to be handled."
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  13. Anonymous Member

    IMHO it would be better to concentrate on promoting the anti cult books and programs all over youtube than to try to find a suspected scilon mole in ITV who may not exist.

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