THOSE WHO OPPOSE SCIENTOLOGY
THE END OF THE FIGHT
While psychiatry had US government agencies infiltrating, raiding and investigating the Church in the early and mid-1960s and inquiries in Australia and Great Britain underway during the same decade, the technologies of Scientology and Dianetics were widely available in five countries. Despite unabated attacks, these technologies became available in five more countries by the mid-1970s, in fifty-six countries in the late 1980s, and in seventy-four countries by the turn of the 1990s. By 1998, there were more than 1,400 churches, missions and groups located in over 130 countries. All of which demonstrates that psychiatry has been about as effective in stopping Scientology as it has been in treating mental illness.
It has, in fact, become increasingly evident that psychiatry offers no valuable contribution to society whatsoever. Electric shock, brain operations and indiscriminate drugging of patients in nineteenth-century-like horror chambers passed off as mental hospitals have killed and maimed people on a daily basis. And during the period psychiatry has held its position of authority, the most dramatic era of social unrest, civil disobedience, drug proliferation and criminality in the history of the Western world has gained momentum.
Today, there are 500 Dianeticists and Scientologists to every psychiatrist, and while Scientology expands, enrollment in psychiatric university curriculums has slid to a drastic low since a peak in the 1960s. Without government appropriations, even these few psychiatrists would not be able to economically survive, for they have nothing to offer worth a cent of the publics money.
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