Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard Forgives $13 Million Debt the Church Owes Him

Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard Forgives $13 Million Debt the Church Owes Him

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L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, announces that he has been owed $13 million by the Church of Scientology but he has now forgiven that debt entirely.

According to Hubbard:

"Even my own income has been invoiced into Scientology organisations. I paid for all the research for 18 years, and it is not included at all. All the millions have been totalled up, and, aside from some cash loans, the balance has been forgiven.

It is typical of these attacks on Scientology that truth is the other way. It is upsetting to make a 13-million-dollar gift and be hammered for it. ...

Older practices take millions of dollars from the United Kingdom taxpayer. Medicine and mental groups are paid countless millions while Scientology makes money for the country. Even with medicine free, the people want to pay for Scientology.

No wonder older practices are afraid. Authority belongs to those who are getting their job done."


1982 Clearwater Scientology Hearings — Edward Walter 2/2 — Day 1

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