ex-OSA staffmember works to reform the subject of Scientology

Normally a brilliant lampoon artist with a long record of laughs for his humorous shots at Church of Scientology leader David Miscavige, Jeffrey Augustine looks to me to have come home drunk from the Los Angeles area get-together in the park yesterday:

Planted at the end of this very confused attack on Mike and Virginia McClaughry for continuing to reveal the intelligence background of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard we find the following:

“Murder By Numbers”

Once that you’ve decided on a killing,
First you make a stone of your heart.
And if you find that your hands are still willing,
Then you can turn a murder into art.

There really isn’t any need for bloodshed,
You just do it with a little more finesse.
If you can slip a tablet into someone’s coffee,
Then it avoids an awful lot of mess.

It’s murder by numbers, 1, 2, 3,
It’s as easy to learn as your ABC.
Murder by numbers, 1, 2, 3,
It’s as easy to learn as your ABC.

Now if you have a taste for this experience
And you’re flushed with your very first success,
Then you must try a twosome or a threesome
And you’ll find your conscience bothers you much less

Because murder is like anything you take to
It’s a habit-forming need for more and more.
You can bump off every member of your family
And anybody else you find a bore

Because it’s murder by numbers, 1, 2, 3,
It’s as easy to learn as your ABC
Murder by numbers, 1, 2, 3,
It’s as easy to learn as your ABC.

Now you can join the ranks of the illustrious
In history’s great dark hall of fame.
All our greatest killers were industrious
At least the ones that we all know by name.

But you can reach the top of your profession
If you become the leader of the land,
For murder is the sport of the elected,
And you don’t need to lift a finger of your hand

Because it’s murder by numbers, 1, 2, 3,
It’s as easy to learn as your ABC.
Murder by numbers, 1, 2, 3,
It’s as easy to learn as your A, B, C, D, E,……….

It’s not a secret to those of us in intelligence community research, nor to Knights Templar Freemason Jeffrey Augustine, that Hubbard’s CIA handler Miles Copeland also happens to be the father of Stuart Copeland, drummer for the smash-hits rock trio “The Police.”  So it makes perfect sense why Jeffrey chose to feature their music, as he nevertheless desperately struggles to depict Miles’ tell-all material as “dangerous and deranged.”

What doesn’t make sense to the targets of his article, Mike and Virginia McClaughry and myself (Scott Gordon), is why besides planting violent imagery like:
“Can those two take this plunge off the edge of the world? Or would it cause their heads to explode?”
…why Jeffrey would choose of all the Police band catalogue, to leave us with “Murder by Numbers” (perhaps as a closing reminder of the high-stakes manner of retaliation he’d like us to believe our whistleblowing disclosures merit?).

This is going far beyond the fun humor that “OTVIIIisGrrr8” is known for.  This is in reality using a supposed humor channel to pass along a veiled but chilling, implied threat, and may be an indicator of how desperate Jeffrey is to contain the McClaughry revelations on behalf of his displeased masters.

In other words, he’s feeling the heat.  So much so that by my reading, he is flirting on the edge of crossing the line over into illegal harassment.

Jeffrey was counting on his regular readers not to pick up on exactly who he was referring to in his opening paragraph.  He was counting on those named to take it shuddering in silence.

And since we’re sure he’s going to take this down shortly for that very reason, here is a screenshot of his drunken handiwork for posterity:


Comments on: "Jeffrey Augustine “Humor” Goes Dark" (2)

  1. Oh please! We in RTC definitely did not have Scott Gordon in mind when we mentioned a “poodle-faced weirdo.” That’s pure dub in on your part Scott. A joke is ruined when it needs to be explained. However, to relieve your overheated imagination, “their little poodle-faced weirdo friend” who is “disturbingly insane” refers to Miles Copeland Jr.

    The song “Murder by Numbers” was posted to refer to the late Miles Copeland Jr. and his disturbingly insane penchant for dismissing CIA violence, assassinations, lethal experiments, etc as a game. Take, for example, this excerpt from Why America is losing ‘the game’ by Mark Burdman, 21 September 1989:

    “But for the full flavor of (Copeland’s mind), read the passage where Copeland discusses CIA-sponsored drug experiments (these were part of what became known as “MK-Ultra,” although Copeland doesn’t use that term): “The projects that drew the attention of the Church Committee were all conducted outside the CIA by scientists and pseudo-scientists employed by universities and pharmaceutical companies under contract to the CIA for what we understood would be strictly experimental. It never hurts to know what can be done. So these ‘scientists,’ or whatever they were, made pharmaceuticals that could make a ‘target’ tell the truth, hallucinate, behave self destructively or even drop dead for no detectable cause. It was pretty entertaining stuff . . . But we were as much surprised as the general public when the story broke about the poor guy, to whom some experimenter had fed an LSD pill, who plunged out of a tenth-story window of a Washington hotel screaming, ‘Look, Mom, I can fly!’ Senator Church, who already had a bead drawn on the CIA, failed to appreciate the comic side of the event, and when his investigators delved deeper into the most arcane corners of the CIA they found experiments in germ warfare, personality alteration, memory erasure, assassination and God knows what else. But their existence didn’t indicate evil so much as they illustrated, once again, what can go on in the basements and attics of a dream factory like the CIA if its top people aren’t forever watchful.”

    Miles Copeland Jr. considered the lethal experimentation of the CIA to be, “pretty entertaining stuff.”

    The CIA fed an unwitting man LSD. The man jumped to his death. Copeland then chillingly wrote that Senator Frank Church, “failed to appreciate the comic side of the event.”

    The late Miles Copeland Jr. was a “murder by numbers” guy and the song referred to him. This is why we prefaced by the song by writing, “They think Miles was serious? How about upgrading the man to dangerous and deranged? Those two take his books at face value and have never even once tried pulling the man’s withholds.”

    BTW, Scott, here is our song for you:

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