"I hear a lot of whining and moaning here and there about how bad it is over  here. But I notice it is always from people who are totally incompetent and  who depend for their communication line on their imagination and with as  little recourse to fact as possible."                                         -L. Ron Hubbard, 1955

Anatomy of the Squirrel

“The world at this time seems to be bound on a downward curve and we are in the lonely position of being the only organization capable of doing anything about it. One seldom objects to his own lies. These give him havingness. One always objects to somebody else’s lies. One can object to somebody else’s lies about a subject for so long that he finally interiorizes in with them. This is basically the anatomy of a squirrel. The world has hit him so hard on this subject for so long that he now believes he is the subject in a perverted form. However, we have the answers for all these things and, putting the answers into effect, we are getting places. Things never looked better.”

L. Ron Hubbard

From “Practical Application of Games to Processing”

A Lecture given on 8 February 1956