9 February 1995



 RI-89i  'SEC CHECK on NORBERT BLUEM, German Minister of Labor'



from Ron's Inspector


Message # RI-89i for Internet




(The data revealed in HCO Security Checks are not confidential.
 They are used to detect hidden crimes, and the data is used by
 the group to stop the crimes and to apply group-justice to the
 criminal, based on what he actually did, rather than on what
 others believe or are led to believe he did.
The purpose is to have real justice both for the criminal and
 for the groupmembers that have been affected by his crimes.)

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  OT HCO SEC CHECK ON  NORBERT BLUEM             9 February 1995




(Reported per HCOPL 'CONFESSIONALS - ETHICS REPORTS REQUIRED')


                                                      9 Feb 1995
                                           Total hours: 5:48 min


9 Feb 1995.......................................hours: 1:16 min

On 9 Feb 1995, 14:25 GMT:

[Auditor:] What did you withhold from Koos?


[Auditor:] Norbert Bluem refuses to be looked at,
 snide, sharp make right anger, geared to attack.


[Auditor:] What did you withhold from Koos?

[Auditor:] He attacked Scientology. [we know that]

[Auditor:] [He is] personally against any religion,
 sneers about 'God' and 'Churches,' any.

[Bluem:] "But people need it, and if they believe in it,
 I do not unneccessarily create an opposition against myself."

"Further, the official Churches - Catholic and Protestant -
 are established powers in Germany and can be used,
 and shouldn't be made into enemies [against me]."

[Auditor:] 'All goes' that wins support and agreement for himself.

[Auditor:] By voicing his intention to abolish Scientology,
 he can make enemies for Scientology,
 [and those enemies of Scientology] then will be his supporters.

[Auditor:] He doesn't know anything about Scientology
 other than that people and groups,
 which he supports and gets support from,
 'don't like' Scientology.

[Auditor:] He doesn't want to know WHAT he destroys
 in intending to destroy Scientology.
 It suffices for him to know [that] if he would support it,
 it would `destroy' him,
 as he then would get attacked for being on the wrong side
 in a controversial matter.


[Auditor:]
 'ANYWAY, HE HAS MORE ADVANTAGES FOR HIMSELF
   IF SPEAKING AGAINST SCIENTOLOGY,
   THAN BY UNDERSTANDING IT AND BY DEFENDING IT.'
 That is his viewpoint.


[Auditor:] And above that - officially to the outside -
 he has a lot of 'well-founded' justifications
 for his anti-Scientology viewpoint.


[Auditor:] What overt did you commit on Koos?

[Auditor:] He advises everyone against Scientology.
 He advised Kohl [Helmut Kohl, Bundeskanzler (President)
 of Germany] to take measures against Scientology.


[Auditor:] What did you withhold from Koos?

[Auditor:] 2D (sexual) out--ethics.

[Bluem:] "One doesn't talk about that."
 "Everybody does it."
 "Part of life."


[Auditor:] What overt did you commit on Koos?

[Bluem:] "I am not interested to find out
 what Scientology really is
 and to [then] defend Scientology."

"It is more advantageous for me
 to keep the groups that want Scientology attacked
 thinking well of me."


(End of this HCO Sec Check Session)





9 Feb 1995.......................................hours: 2:00 min

On 9 Feb 1995, 16:26 GMT:

[Auditor:] Did you have an ARCX about Koos?
 Curious about Affinity, IND
 enforced Affinity, IND
 enforced Reality, IND
 no Communication. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 Enforced Reality, IND
 refused Reality. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 No Affinity, IND
 enforced Communication. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 No Understanding. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 Refused Reality. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 Refused Understanding. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 Enforced Affinity, IND
 no Affinity. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 Curious about Reality.

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 Enforced Affinity. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 No Reality. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 Curious about Affinity, IND
 curious about Understanding. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 Refused Reality, IND
 desired Communication. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 Inhibited Reality. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 Curious about Affinity. IND

[Auditor:] [There is] heavy anger and natter about Koos
 and Scientology [coming from him].

[Auditor:] [The natter] about Koos: "[Koos] 'soll froh sein
  dass er ueberhaupt in Deutschland sein kann.'" [Koos,
  should be glad that he is at all allowed to be in Germany.]

[Auditor:][He has] evil intentions on foreigners.
 'Scientology [is a] religion of foreigners.'

[Auditor:] Refused Affinity, IND
 Inhibited Affinity. IND
 [Inhibited Affinity] on when he [Bluem] got angry and nattery.

[Auditor:] What withhold was missed?
  What was nearly found out about you?

[Auditor:] He [Bluem] once threw Koos out
 and [threw] friends of Koos [out].
 Bluem didn't find out, didn't want to,
 didn't care to find out why they were there.
 He got very very wild and had them thrown out.
 [Note by Auditor: [That means, there was] something
  Bluem didn't want to know about Koos.]
 Koos [was] not allowed to be in his territory.

[Auditor:] When [was it]?

[Auditor:] Francis of Assisi time,
 about 1200. [Koos was Francis of Assisi]
 He [Bluem] had something to do with the Church.

[Auditor:] Who missed that?
[Bluem:] "Koos."

[Auditor:] What did he do [to miss it]?
[Bluem:] "Now, by asking me questions."

[Auditor:] Who else missed that?
[Bluem:] "You [Auditor] [missed it]."

[Auditor:] What did I [Auditor] do to miss it?
[Bluem:] "[The] same, [now, by asking me questions]."

[Auditor:] Who else missed that?
[Bluem:] "Helmut Kohl [the German Chancellor, senior to Bluem]."

[Auditor:] What did he do [to miss that]?

[Bluem:] "He [Helmut Kohl] was asking me jokingly,
 ironically: 'If you are so fervent to have Scientology stopped
  for their practise of Confessionals - what
  would they find out about you if they asked?'"

[Auditor:] Who else missed it?
[Auditor:] Is that all to it?

[Auditor:] Space calm after heavy agitation.


(End of this HCO Sec Check Session)





9 Feb 1995.......................................hours: 2:32 min

On 9 Feb 1995, 19:32 GMT:

[Auditor:] What did you withhold?


[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 No Communication. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 Refused Affinity. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 Refused Understanding. IND

[Bluem:] "I have - of course - over the years
 accumulated numerous things I was upset about
 or which I didn't want to be known, and rather kept private."

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 No Affinity. IND

[Auditor:] Do you have another ARCX about Koos?
 Refused Affinity. IND

[Bluem:] "I have little liking, little patience
 with individual people, but it's the result which I can achieve
 for the majority that counts,
 and not how I am as a private person."

"There are things I did, which I rather kept private,
 which wouldn't be accepted,
 which would be followed by repercussions and press coverage,
 even though [it is] common practise,
 done by many people in high posts.

"Accepting special favors from people or groups
 [that] we anyway are working in close collaboration with.

"That's the point the public doesn't want to understand.

"When I accept, for example, a car from Daimler [Mercedes Benz],
 then they haven't bought me to do something for them
 (I can afford to buy my own cars), but
 we were anyway already involved in working out a scheme
 of keeping the economy running.

"It wouldn't influence me in my decision
 about a national matter
 whether I get a free trip to the Northpole or a car.

"But it is better not mentioned and not known,
 as it gets wrongly evaluated in its importance,
 and it creates enemies.

"I or other colleagues withhold about
 such presents of recognition of good collaboration,
 in order to not get unneccessarily attacked
 for things which don't harm anyone,
 but [these] are of course interesting points of attack
 for someone who wants to create animosity,
 for someone who wants to influence the population
 in an adverse way.

"I admit, I do it to my oppoments as well.
 And we - both parties - know it's solely done
 to upset the voters against a certain person or party.

"That's not a matter of ethics,
 this doesn't show in the least
 whether someone is integer or not.

"You might know some integer Social Democrat
 who advocated the recognition of the DDR [East Germany]
 and rather took the tram [the streetcar],
 than accept from his '[Socialist] brethren' money
 on a foreign account to buy himself a posh car."


[Auditor:] What overt did you commit?

[Bluem:] "I am accused
 of having created a few million unemployed."

[Auditor:] I repeat my question, what overt did you commit?

[Bluem:] "According to Scientology doctrine,
 I am guilty of ruining the economy by validating downstats,
 by paying unemployment benefit, social security.

"I am well informed about Scientology's viewpoint on my job.

"That's interesting!
 That allows me to raise outcries of disagreement
 against Scientology from people
 whose only help it is for some time
 to come to get social security and/or unemployment benefit.


"I have studied various economic theories.
 I have not studied the economic theory of Scientology.
 I have advisors who culled out the most relevant sections
 for me, and I must say it is a lot of fairy tales:
 'a world without war and no social security'!.

"I admit I haven't studied it!
 It does not make sense to me.

"But I use it to raise voices against Scientology."


([Note by Auditor:] Since he [Norbert Bluem] said
 that he got what he knows about Scientology from his advisors,
 there was some slight recognition growing
 that he might not have the whole concept
 as to how it would make sense.
 And he recognizes slightly his irresponsibility
 for understanding it and for having his OWN viewpoint on it.)


(End of this HCO Sec Check Session)




Koos Nolst Trenite - Ron's Inspector

Copyright 1995 by Koos Nolst Trenite


 reference:
  RI-50R-Fi 'Archives of RI-xxi and RI-ACT-xx series'
             of 28 Dec 1994, Revised and Replaced 3 Mar 1995


 Enclosure:
  RI-84i  'Ron's Inspector Order to OSA' of 5 feb 1995

                                                 5 February 1995



             RI-84i  'Ron's Inspector Order to OSA'



from Ron's Inspector


Message # RI-84i for Internet



to all OSA personnel
to all Senior Case Supervisors





OSA (see footnote) will start to use E-meters
 and they will use Scientology processes
 in order to find out truth
 about themselves, about their fellow OSA staff,
 and truth about the various publics
  they are supposed to handle.



I told this to Heber Jentzsch personally
 in the hall of the Penta Hotel in Munich
 more than five years ago.

Then it was a suggestion to him,
 now it is an Order (Ron's Inspector Orders
   are equal to and have the same seniority
   as direct LRH Orders)
 and I will now enforce that Order.



In this way OSA-activities
 and single OSA-actions will be based on truth,
 and on truth only.
 This Order and ONLY this Order
 will bring about and ensure that the OSA is
 and remains a sound and integral and
 fully integer part of the Church of Scientology.



There is no exception to this Order
 and there will never be any exception to this Order
 from here on out for all time to come.



Anybody who tries to get around this order in any way
 is to be instantly investigated - and
 may then be expelled or dismissed
 on charges of using the goal of Freedom in order
 to suppress and enslave others.




Koos Nolst Trenite - Ron's Inspector

Copyright 1995 by Koos Nolst Trenite


 Footnote:  OSA = Office of Special Affairs, formerly known as
             the Guardian Office.
             There has been a lot wrong with this group,
             and per this order they can either choose to apply
              Scientology religious truth finding procedures
              and rites to themselves and to each other,
              AND to the public they are supposed to handle,
             or they can leave their staff positions.


Copyright 1995 by Koos Nolst Trenite




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