Black People : Ishmael Allah And Prof. I-Self: Scientology

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  1. UBNaturally

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    All in one breakdown... not too keen on the personal attacks and slanderous language, but the rundown is interesting along with the contrasting audio, video, dialogue and addition information
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    "and at the end of it you will find a devil"

    Being an unbiased thinker, here were some thoughts near the end:

    • Maybe they no longer see the cult church of Scientology as being a devil or something?
    • L Ron Hubbard's tech did for them what it couldn't do for himself?
    • Brainwashing and hypnosis really is the way to Heaven!

    Mmmmm, naaaaa...

    That didn't even feel right typing it... tried


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    Louis X - A White Man's Heaven Is a Black Man's Hell (1960)
     
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    The Rhodesian Gambit

    At this point it may be worthwhile mentioning Hubbard's attempt to "win" Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) for Scientology. Following the severe setbacks which had been suffered in Australia in the mid-60s, when the ungrateful Australians decided that they did not after all want to be the world's first "clear continent", Hubbard decided that southern Africa should have the privilege of being a "safe environment" for Scientology.

    In 1966 he went to Rhodesia in the guise of "a millionaire financier" (no initial mention of Scientology) to, in his words, "find out what he needed in order to conquer a country." He spent $80,000 on a house and a hotel "to show his confidence in the country and its government". They very soon became the centre of Rhodesian Scientology and proved a worthwhile investment. In the few months that he was in Harare, Hubbard made $25,000 selling Scientology courses to a white population of only some 45,000.

    He regarded his visit to Rhodesia as a homecoming for, so he told his personal assistant Reg Sharpe, he had been Cecil Rhodes in a previous life and hoped to return with the hidden fortune in gold and diamonds which he remembered having buried as Rhodes. Hubbard even went around wearing Rhodes' favourite kind of hat, presumably in the hope of "restimulating" people's memories of the late founder of their country.

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    Hubbard as Rhodes

    It was probably just as well that the rabidly homophobic Hubbard did not know that his "previous incarnation" had been a promiscuous homosexual.

    Rhodesia in 1966 was, like South Africa, a country where a white minority government exercised a distinctly repressive rule over a black majority. Prime Minister Ian Smith had that year sought to emulate South Africa's example by signing an (illegal) Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI) from the British Empire, with the aim of resisting the decolonisation of British Prime Minister Harold Wilson's "winds of change". This caused a major crisis and guerrilla war which dragged on until 1980, the white government being covertly aided by South Africa.

    Hubbard entered the fray in the spring of 1966, convinced that he alone could resolve the situation. In May 1966, he produced, uninvited, a "tentative constitution" for the country which he touted as satisfying the demands of the disenfranchised blacks whilst still maintaining white supremacy. He proposed a weak lower chamber elected on the principle of one man, one vote, and an upper chamber vested with much greater powers which would be elected by those citizens who had a good command of English, knowledge of the constitution and financial standing verified by a bank. This provision would of course mean that most blacks would be excluded from voting for the much more powerful upper house. Copies of Hubbard's constitution were sent to Ian Smith and to Harold Wilson. Ian Smith's principal private secretary replied politely to Hubbard on 5th May 1966 saying that his suggestions had been passed to a Cabinet sub-committee examining proposals for amending the constitution.

    In the meantime, Hubbard got on with trying to ingratiate himself with Rhodesia's white establishment. He appeared on television and in newspapers, representing himself as a "millionaire financier" who had been "trained in economy and government at Princeton" (during the war he had been to a US Navy training course on 'Military Government' on the campus, but had no connection with the famous university). He loudly professed support for Ian Smith's government, although he said in private that he thought Smith "a nasty piece of work" who was incapable of leadership. Similarly, he publicly espoused sympathy for the plight of the black majorities in both Rhodesia and South Africa, but in conversations with his white southern African supporters he expressed contempt for blacks. While he was in Rhodesia he told white South African and "World's First Clear" John McMaster that "blacks were so stupid they did not give a reading on an E-Meter". (This may explain his instructions regarding the auditing of "Bantus" mentioned above.) The London Daily Mail similarly reported that Rhodesians to whom he had spoken had quoted him saying that Africans wouldn't qualify for Scientology membership because their I.Q. was too low. Hubbard is not, however, on record as having said similar things in other countries; his message appears to have changed according to his audience.

    Hubbard's Rhodesian idyll did not end happily for him. US agents in Rhodesia had asked CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia for information on "L. Ron Hubbard, US citizen recently arrived". A reply was sent which appears to have been passed on to the Rhodesian authorities. Although it stated that Headquarters files contained no derogatory information about the subject, it concluded:

    "Individuals who have been connected with the organizations headed by Hubbard or who have had contact with him and the organizations, have indicated that Hubbard is a 'crackpot' and of 'doubtful mental background'."
    [CIA file dated 5 April 1966, obtained via Freedom of Information Act]

    Hubbard did not help his cause by making hectoring speeches to Rhodesian business leaders which, it seemed to them, were vaguely anti-Rhodesian. In July 1966, the Rhodesian government decided that he was an undesirable alien and expelled him. It was a tremendous shock for Hubbard, who believed himself to be a genuinely popular personality in Rhodesia.


    Interesting to think that Hubbard envisioned himself as this fella...
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    Hubbard embodied himself as the man that Africa is trying to eradicated from their presence...


    Zimbabweans threaten to dig up the grave of Cecil Rhodes


    The grave of Cecil Rhodes in Zimbabwe could be dug up amid anti-colonial protests in South Africa
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    A student wears a sticker calling for the removal of a statue of Cecil John Rhodes from the campus of the University of Cape Town

    March 24, 2015:

    The grave of Cecil Rhodes in Zimbabwe could be dug up after anti-colonial protests.

    Rhodes is buried at a site he chose, known as World's View, in the Matopos Hills, half-an-hour's drive south of Zimbabwe's second city Bulawayo. His grave is a major tourist attraction in one of the poorest parts of Zimbabwe.

    But some of President Robert Mugabe's supporters said they would dig up the grave in solidarity with protests in South Africa calling for the removal of Rhodes's statue from Cape Town University.


    April 9, 2015:

    The University of Cape Town (UCT) on Thursday said the ‘Rhodes Must Fall’ campaign has been a “wake-up call” not only for tertiary institutions, but the entire country as transformation issues needed to be addressed a long time ago.

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    On Wednesday night UCT’s council voted in favour of removing the contentious Cecil John Rhodes statue, which has to leave the premises by 5pm on Thursday.

    Sources:
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/wor...aten-to-dig-up-the-grave-of-Cecil-Rhodes.html
    http://ewn.co.za/2015/04/09/Rhodes-Must-Fall-campaign-was-a-wakeup-call
    http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2008/08/31/18531548.php
    http://www.solitarytrees.net/racism/rhodes.htm
    http://pages.uoregon.edu/kimball/Rhodes-Confession.htm

    Cecil Rhodes statue pulled down in Cape Town


    Statue of Cecil Rhodes, the British mining magnate and African coloniser, removed from South Africa university to cheers from protesters

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