lthough much of what LRH references as regards the consequences of a psychiatric partnership with governments is obvious enough, his 1970 “Failures” touches upon a then relatively unknown subject: the psychiatric barbarity and the death camp. That is, prior to the formation of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights in 1969, word of actual psychiatric murder was largely confined to Iron Curtain nations, particularly a Gulag-ridden Soviet Union. Through the energetic work of Scientologists, however, international attention was soon focused elsewhere—especially on what amounted to psychiatric torture chambers in the United States, the United Kingdom, Holland, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand (see “On Psychiatric Subversion”).


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