Jeff Hawkins


This posting was sent in and is being posted for everyone’s benefit, especially an apostate named Jeff Hawkins. Jeff Hawkins was expelled from the Church for gross unethical behavior unbecoming of a Scientologist and a Sea Org member. Hawkins has some big withholds he does not want Scientologists to know about so he’s on a rant and ravings spree mainly because these withholds have been missed by anyone and everyone. But he’s also in a wild dramatization of having gone by a BIG misunderstood.

One of Marty Rathbun’s squirrel cohorts, a Jeff Hawkins, is on a roll in protesting the definition of the word “apostate” being applied to him.

The definition of the word, per the dictionary, is as follows:



1. a person who forsakes his religion, cause, party, etc.


2. of or characterized by apostasy.


a total desertion of or departure from one’s religion, principles, party, cause, etc.

He’s very upset about statements that have been made in the press that Rathbun and Rinder and their tiny gang of fellow apostates, which includes himself, have been slandered and libeled by the use of the word “apostate” being applied to them. Hum. He was expelled from the Church for gross unethical behavior and is no longer a Scientologist and by the standard definition, he’s an apostate.

Talk about misunderstood word phenomena. He’s in the “sort of nervous hysteria” phase.

He has a reputation for knowingly and intentionally going by misunderstood words. It’s time he should have a Committee of Evidence for doing so but then again he is not a Scientologist, he’s an apostate so skip the Committee of Evidence.

But he should still be flunked for going by a misunderstood word—“apostate” and refusing to apply Study Tech.

So FLUNK Jeff Hawkins!

I also know he went by another misunderstood—the word “squirrel”.

So FLUNK Jeff Hawkins!

Jeff Hawkins and his kind are apostates. They are not Scientologists. He and his tiny gang of apostates can protest all they want but will they please stick by the definition and not redefine it.

They are out! They rejected Scientology and by doing so became what is known as an apostate.

Jeff Hawkins is not a Scientologist, no matter how much he tries to redefine the word to his advantage. He’s doing that old trick of “WORDS ARE REDEFINED TO MEAN SOMETHING ELSE TO THE ADVANTAGE OF THE PROPAGANDIST” per HCO PL 5 October 1971 PR Series 11, Propaganda by Redefinition by Definition of Words.

The following should help Jeff Hawkins and other APOSTATES clear up their misunderstood word:

“If a group member rejects the group, he rejects everything about the group and no further question about that. Certainly there is no question in his or her mind of salvaging or helping the group. Why should the group then seek to extend its protection over him unless it wants to defy its first right: that of survival.

“So, in Scientology, anyone who rejects Scientology also rejects, knowingly or unknowingly, the protection and benefits of Scientology and the companionship of Scientologists. If the person never was a member of the group or if the person had been a member of it, the result is the same.

“A suppressive person, wishing to work more damage, is the first one to cry for the protection of justice…

“Scientologists deserve protection from psychotics and criminals, from suppressive persons and covert or overt acts. Scientology protection is getting more and more real and within a year or two will be quite adequate for anyone.

“A person who publicly rejects the group is no longer a member of the group.”—LRH, HCO PL 17 March 1965, ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPRESSIVE ACTS

3 responses to “Jeff Hawkins

  1. “He’s in the “sort of nervous hysteria” phase”

    Boy, you’ve got that right. Apostate has been a rather neutral word, but Jeff Hawkins (and other apostates) must see it as a prejudicial word, or they’re trying to make it so. Perhaps Hawkins, Rathbun, Rinder, et al will settle for “disgruntled anti-Scientologists” or “failed former Church members”…

  2. I found a definition of “apostate” that I like, and admit it does sound pejorative:

    One who has abandoned one’s religious faith, a political party, one’s principles, or a cause.
    [Middle English, from Old French, from Late Latin apostata, from Greek apostats, from aphistanai, to revolt

    Does “M/U Jeff” think he *didn’t* abandon his Church and its principles?

  3. Hawkins just sounds like he’s nuts. I don’t know if he’s smart enough to even know what propaganda IS.

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