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6 Lessons from the Church of Scientology DoS Attack

Discussion in 'General Scientology Discussion' started by Björkist, Feb 13, 2008.

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  1. Björkist

    Björkist Silver Meritorious Patron

  2. Alanzo

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  3. Div6

    Div6 Crusader

    "Let sleeping dogs lie."


    Never happen. They are not a "turn the other cheek" religion. It violates their "always attack, never defend" doctrine.
     
  4. Kathy (ImOut)

    Kathy (ImOut) Gold Meritorious Patron

    Great post. Maybe someone should forward it to the powers that be at the church. I liked #6 - forget about it, don't keep bringing it up. Go run out the upset in session and be done with it.
     
  5. Veda

    Veda Sponsor

    Scientology doctrine states, "Intelligence is covert."

    Covert attack is the primary tactic.

    "#7." Handle with covert Ops.

    That means that attacks occur without Scientology being identified as the attacker.

    Basic Scientology Intelligence tech.

    Will Scientology be able to restrain its urge to apply its own most prized tech? Will Scientology be able to restrain itself from using its own tech of how to attack covertly?

    L. Ron Hubbard, from confidential 'Intelligence, Its Role', 1973:

    "We are potentially successful beyond the greatest dreams and aspirations of any former Intelligence service in the universe bar none.

    'Intelligence furnishes much of the data on which evaluation is based.

    "What could be called Support Intelligence (or attack or offensive Intelligence) is the other side of the coin, and also forms a vital part of Intelligence activities. But here Intelligence is carrying out part of a program furnished by evaluation to command and ordered executed."


    L. Ron Hubbard, from confidential 'Intelligence Actions - Covert Intelligence Data Collection', 1969:

    "Essentially a covert operation is intended to embarrass, discredit, or overthrow or remove an actual or possible opponent. It's a small war being carried out without the true source being revealed."