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dublin | rights, freedoms and repression | press release Thursday July 10, 2008 04:16 by Anonymous anonymousireland at gmail dot com
A Global Protest Against the Church of Scientology's Office of Special Affairs
DUBLIN, Ireland — On June 14th, the collective known as Anonymous intends to don its best tux, order 'shaken not stirred' cocktails for everyone and bring the activities of the Church of Scientology's intelligence agency, known as the Office of Special Affairs (or 'OSA'), to wider attention and greater scrutiny. This is Anonymous' sixth global protest since the inception of its campaign to highlight the abuses of the Church of Scientology in January. From 11am (local time) onwards, thousands of Anonymous will take to the streets in peaceful protest at over 130 Church of Scientology centres around the globe, including the Mission of Dublin Ltd on 62/63 Middle Abbey Street.
Last month's protest was pirate themed, in order to parody and expose the abuses that occur within Scientology's private navy, the Sea Org, but now it's 'Spy vs Sci' as Anonymous asks the question:
"Why does something that describes itself as a religion need an intelligence agency that aggressively persecutes critics?"
The OSA is a highly organised sub-division of the Church of Scientology that has a license to gather intelligence and administer 'justice and punishment' to its perceived foes. It also provides the agents that carry out the 'Fair Game' policy, by which critics of the Church of Scientology are targeted, harassed, threatened and intimidated in an attempt to silence or punish them. Most Scientologists are unaware of the functions of the OSA and accept what their leaders tell them about it. However, there is a growing body of evidence that OSA agents operate to attack perceived enemies by using infiltration, bribery, burglary, and blackmail, in addition to threats, intimidation, assaults and worse.
A well-documented example of the illegal actions of the OSA was 'Operation Snow White', a wide scale and sophisticated infiltration of the U.S. Government itself. Another example was 'Operation Freakout', a long campaign of harassment and intimidation against Paulette Cooper (writer of the book 'The Scandal of Scientology'), which involved distributing false propaganda about her as well as fabricating evidence in an attempt to frame her for making bomb threats. Anonymous can also point to many other examples and if required can back all these up with facts, testimonies and evidence.
Church of Scientology Mission of Dublin Ltd
62/63 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1
11:00 July 12th 2008
Anonymous is a grassroots collective comprised of ordinary people from all walks of life, from former Scientologists and long-time cult activists, to college students and corporate professionals, all united in recognition of the malign nature of the Church of Scientology, the danger it poses to society, and the necessity of action. Newsweek has deemed the protesters "the latest thorn in Scientology's side", while The Times has said that "Anonymous has made campaigning sexy for the first time since 1968". In recent months, Anonymous protesters have been stalked and, in the US and UK, threatened with legal action in an attempt to dissuade them from protesting, and silence their criticism. Anonymous remain undaunted, and will continue to confront the cult and its numerous front groups wherever they pose a threat.
For more information on the Church of Scientology and Anonymous, an info package has been created and is available for download at http://img1.anonbw.com/press/GoldInfoPack.pdf
Anonymous: Project Chanology Information:
For more information about Operation: Spy vs. Sci: Licence to Lulz, or to schedule an interview, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org