Contrary to Palin advisor, Scientology PACs exist
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, March 27, 2009
Contrary to Palin advisor John Coale's statements, Scientology PACs exist.
Sarah Palin's Political Action Committee (PAC) advisor John Coale recently denied that a political action committee was formed to further the aims of Scientology, but the planned committee indeed exists under the names Citizens for Social Reform (CSRPAC) and Florida Citizens for Social Reform (FCSR). Is SarahPAC being used by Coale?
Celebrity website Gawker recently revealed documents showing that John Coale had helped formulate a plan for how Scientology could "be at cause" (in control) over humanity by forming a political action committee with plausible deniability.
The plan for "FLAGG PAC" says one of the main objectives "which we have been working towards is to create a group which could be easily identified by Scientologists without involving any blatantly Scientology terms". The goal was a PAC "which forwards the aims of Scientology and which can create power".
The document encourages Scientologists to use all available "comm terminals" (contacts) including media and legal connections to gain access to politicians. John Coale is husband of Fox News personality Greta van Susteren, and a Scientologist. And now he is reported to be central in the Sarah Palin Political Action Committee.
When asked by Gawker, John Coale downplayed FLAGG PAC and said "it never went anywhere" and "Maybe 9 or 10 people showed up" to the launch meeting. Yet the PAC was eventually started after all, and on closer reading more than 10 people showed up to the launch meetings.
Coale is here speaking exclusively about the meeting in Washington DC, but omits the launch meeting in the Crystal Ballroom at the Fort Harrison Hotel in Clearwater, Florida; this hotel is Scientology's Flag Land Base. More than ten people would show up there.
And although the name "FLAGG PAC" was not used, Scientology started Citizens for Social Reform (CSRPAC) and Florida Citizens for Social Reform (FCSR) based on the FLAGG PAC plan.
FLAGG PAC was planned in 1986. John Coale is now reported to be central to the campaign of potential presidential front-runner Sarah Palin. This shows a 23-year conscious effort by Coale to court and use politicians for a "substantive power base" for Scientology.
Absurdly, in view of Scientology's plans for the "global obliteration of psychiatry", he also serves on the Maryland Medical System board.