Blog: Radical Scientology's Cointelpro - 2010-11-17

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F0.png Radical Scientology's Cointelpro November 17, 2010, Marty Rathbun, Moving On Up a Little Higher

Shortly I will be exposing some documentation of fairly recent OSA intelligence operations directed against former members and members of the media. I believe an introduction to this subject is appropriate.

One major problem with the Guardian's Office (and its successor the Office of Special Affairs) is that they adopted the winning valence of J Edgar Hoover's corrupt FBI. In particular OSA has adopted the Black Ops techniques Hoover's FBI called Cointelpro (Counter Intelligence Program).

Cointelpro was Hoover's answer to a wave of social activism in America in the 1960s. The FBI deployed agents to infiltrate an array of anti-war and civil rights groups. The agents actively worked to sow seeds of dissent within those groups, and encouraged group members to commit illegal acts that they could be prosecuted for and discredited with. One major purpose of Cointelpro was to prevent alliances being formed among like-purposed civil rights and anti-war groups. You can get a fairly accurate summation of what Cointelpro was at this link, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COINTELPRO