To Kill a Mocked-Up Bird

Atticus Finch demands his trial be converted to a Comm Ev.

Atticus Finch demands his trial be converted to a Comm Ev.

Atticus Finch would do a spit take if he saw what is being sent to Scientologist’s e-mail accounts:

Hi!

I have good news from one of your farthest OT Committee outposts- Lubbock, Texas. Dr. Bud Farr recently got onto OT VII and made a major breakthrough in dissemination just weeks after returning from Flag.

Today, Dr. Farr gave a presentation on Scientology to second and third year law students at the Texas Tech University School of Law.

Dr. Farr gave his presentation with all the poise of a thetan that recently walked out of his morning session with a persistent floating TA.

He was handed control of a class called Law and Religion. The class teaches law students how to defend religions and recognize religious rights under the United States Constitution.

During the lecture, one of the law students had announced that he had received a stress test demonstration and a one on one dissemination previously from the Austin Org. That student helped bring about more reality on the e-meter.

Dr. Farr made a big impression in West Texas. He is a great example of a Solo NOTs auditor. He will come back every semester to teach Texas Tech law students about the fundamental ideas relating to Scientology’s help and control in all areas of life. This is important for many reasons. However, it is very important since most of our West Texas leaders are Texas Tech School of Law graduates.

There is your report from WEST TEXAS.

Much Love,

XXXX

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8 Comments on “To Kill a Mocked-Up Bird”

  1. binturong Says:

    wow, good for him. i was expelled from my school for walking around with a persistent floating TA.

  2. Josh Says:

    I wonder if Dr. Farr will teach these law students how to “legally” defend a business masquerading as a religion?

  3. Bill W Says:

    This is more of what CO$ wants. Public disemmination of their views. With the influence of the good doctor, many impressionable pre-law students will now join WISE and then CO$. Looks like DM is getting exactly what he wants.

  4. Xchidna Says:

    “He will come back every semester to teach Texas Tech law students about the fundamental ideas relating to Scientology’s help and control in all areas of life.”

    Focus word here: CONTROL. In ALL AREAS OF LIFE.

    Any Texas Tech Anons? Anyone? Seriously, how the hell do they get away with this bull?

  5. Lubbock Anon Says:

    Holy crap! I’m not currently enrolled, but I’ve studied at Tech and still live in Lubbock. I will definitely have to do something about this. I’ve never been to the law school, but it should be easy enough to flyer.


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  7. Roger On Says:

    “The class teaches law students how to defend religions”

    I think you can defend a persons right to believe in whatever they want -but you CAN’T defend a religion itself. Not unless you have the faith. And this faith to the non-believer is not convincing.

    If you don’t have this faith -what you can’t possibly do is accept the authority or divinity of the messenger nor the claims made by the faithful to know the will of God. Nor can you accept that this ‘knowledge’ has been reserved for a particular group -however large.

    In spite of the fact that the American constitution deliberately seperated religion and state there are factions within the country wishing to join them back again.

    With the notion of ‘defending religion’ we can see the attempt, in this case by the scientologists, to build a back door in order to enter the secular state by the rear. IN the rear to be vulgar, because they plan to bugger up the secular state in their own interests.

    If this is allowed to happen, as it has in the middle-east to give a glaring example, the blasphemy laws will be revived, and the authority to make laws will have to include the sanction of a celestial being. But this vague entity’s permission will be relayed to us by THOSE IN POWER: whose words we will have to give the benefit of the doubt to, at least, if we wish to avoid punishment.

    If scientology and other belief systems could stay in the private realm we wouldn’t have to defend the constitution and ourselves against them. Knowing their ambitions we can’t give them an inch ANYWHERE.

  8. anon Says:

    WTF?! i am a member of anonymous and i got texas tech how did i not know about this until now?


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