The South African Rundown

From Hubbard Communications Office Bulletin (HCOB) of October 21, 1973, "The South African Rundown [glossary]":

"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"

The South African Rundown consists of a series of processes which were specially developed for the people of South Africa. …

The South African case [glossary] is not peculiar; however, these individuals live in a somewhat hostile environment because there are a lot of people around that they mustn't be. A South African is faced with: you mustn't be this one, you mustn't be that one and so forth, and the more "mustn't be's" there are, the less beingness [glossary] there is to be.

To enable the South African case to get the full benefits from auditing [glossary], it was necessary to locate the case entrance point and this was found to be *help* [glossary]. Many Help Processes were developed as a result. …

This rundown is for delivery to South Africans — those who reside in South Africa as well as those who have emigrated to other parts of the world. …

The South African Rundown has two parts:
a. PTS [glossary] handling. …
b. Help Processes …

The end phenomenon of this rundown is: WILLING TO HELP AND BE HELPED WITHOUT *ANY* QUALMS.

Another Scientology Bulletin explains "help":

Another excellent example is found in the Mau-Mau uprising in Kenya. The terrorists killed only twenty whites as compared to thousands of natives, but the whites they chose to kill were only those who had sought to help them. The Kikuyu was evidently completely certain that anyone seeking to help him was only betraying him. Their reaction, then, in killing their best friends becomes more understandable. The action remains insane, but in their frame of reference it was entirely comprehensible. Any time we go about the task of handling large bodies of insane people or illiterate and fearful native populaces, we would do well to keep in mind the importance of this help button, realizing that to these help is totally betrayal. The thing to betray is this help-betrayal identification, not the people.

-L. Ron Hubbard, HCOB 5 May 1960, "Help"

Perhaps the "illiterate and fearful natives" have been influenced by their experience with white colonial governments to equate "help" with "betrayal".