Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1953, 9 December
Document title: Bodies
Document type: lecture transcript
Event: Second American Advanced Clinical Course
Location: Camden, New Jersey
Document ID: 2ACC19B
Description: Hubbard discusses police aberration.
The police, the police are more aberrated than you are and they are very conscious of the fact that nobody must get into competition with them and if there’s any way, probably the only way to get into trouble in a police state, is to imitate the government or the police. That’s the only way really to get into trouble when justice begins to deteriorate. In other words, collect taxes or extort money and if you do either of these two things, you’re in real trouble with the cops. Furthermore you mustn’t use any force against somebody. That’s strictly police prerogative. So, competition is what they’re most afraid of.
Hubbard, L. R. (1953, 9 December). Bodies. Second American Advanced Clinical Course, (2ACC19B). Lecture conducted from Camden, New Jersey.