Where prejudice exists it always discolors our thoughts -Mark Twain
With Hollywood fanfare, Scientology announced the republication of L. Ron Hubbard's Scientology: The Fundamentals of Thought as part of the its program to "ensure the purity of the religion and its Scriptures … [and] the availability of the pure unadulterated writings of Mr. Hubbard to the coming generations."
Fundamentals' purity thus authenticated, celebrities lent their support to the promotion of Hubbard's racism.
Hollywood Celebration For Best-selling Release Of Hubbard's Scientology: The Fundamentals Of Thought
(PR Newswire ; 17 Nov 97)
HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 17 /PRNewswire/ Three of television's brightest talents Jenna Elfman (Dharma and Greg), Leah Remini (Fired Up) and twice Emmy nominated actress and producer Lee Purcell headlined a gathering of stars at Hollywood's Celebrity Centre International Saturday night marking the publication of L. Ron Hubbard's Scientology: The Fundamentals of Thought.
Detailing the New York Times bestselling author's groundbreaking techniques and principles for achieving genuine and on-going happiness, success and spiritual fulfillment, The Fundamentals of Thought (Bridge Publications) has already jumped onto United Press International's list of the top ten bestselling mass-market paperback books in the United States.
The release event also spotlighted such film and television performers as Bodhi Elfman, Jim Meskimen, Christopher Smith, Larry Anderson, comedian/actor Tom Ayers, international fashion model Kathy Doyle and two-time world champion free-style skier, Bob Salerno.
Explaining the impact that the life-changing principles of The Fundamentals of Thought has had on her own life and skyrocketing career and why so many celebrated entertainers and famed personalities in other fields are involved in Scientology Jenna Elfman said: "I didn't know how to open the door to my goals and would have been fiddling with the lock for all these years had I not learned about Scientology. I now know that I truly am limitless." She continued, "Scientology opened the door for me and I've just walked through it to success."
Leah Remini, meanwhile, said, "The book The Fundamentals of Thought gave me the information I needed to live my life to the fullest. I became happier and am achieving my goals." And Lee Purcell added, "Like many people, I was curious about the mysteries of life. I found that the truth contained in this book gave me the answers I was seeking."
Highlights of The Fundamentals of Thought include the throe conditions of existence and how to use them to determine your success in all aspects of life, the key elements that constitute the foundation to all relationships, and breakthrough techniques for eliminating all limitations on your ability to successfully accomplish seemingly impossible goals and ambitions.
Release of the book follows by only a few months the publication of L. Ron Hubbard's Scientology: A New Slant on Life, a national bestselling exposé of modern myths and misconceptions like "Know Your Limitations," "I.Q. Can't Be Raised," and "What You Don't Know Won't Hurt You."
SOURCE L. Ron Hubbard Public Relations 17 Nov 97
CONTACT: Bev Widder of Dateline Communications, 310-581-2680, or francesmayearthlink.net
This is the door that Scientology opened for Jenna Elfman, the information Leah Remini needed to live her life to the fullest, and the truth that gave the answers Lee Purcell was seeking:
Scientology's fundamental thoughts on Africans:
"The Scientology religion is based exclusively upon L. Ron Hubbard's research, writings and recorded lectures —
all of which constitute the Scriptures of the religion"
Just as individuals can be seen, by observing nations, so we see the African tribesman, with his complete contempt for truth and his emphasis on brutality and savagery for other but not for himself, is a no-civilization.
The Fundamentals of Thought, pp. 113-114.
On Yellow and Brown people:
Unlike yellow and brown people, the white does not usually believe he can get attention from matter or objects. The yellow and brown believe for the most part … that rocks, trees, walls etc. can give them attention. The white man seldom believes this and so is likely to become anxious about people.
Thus the white saves people, prevents famine, flood, disease and revolution for people as the only purveyors of attention are scarce. The white goes further. He often believes he can get attention only from whites and that yellow and brown peoples' attention is worthless. Thus the yellow and brown races are not very progressive but by and large, saner. And the white race is progressive but more frantic. The yellow and brown races do not understand white concern for "bad conditions" since what is a few million dead men? There are plenty of identities and there is plenty of attention, they think. The white can't understand them. Nor can they understand the white.
The Fundamentals of Thought,pp. 35-36.
And we see at the other extreme China, slavishly dedicated to ancient scholars, incapable of generating within herself sufficient rulers to continue, without bloodshed, a nation.
The Fundamentals of Thought, pp. 113-114.