I have decided to start a thread here similar to one on ESMB.
What is intended, is that every time Scientology gets some naive media organization to run it`s PR bullshit,
we send emails (Lots of them) alerting the media source that it is being duped.
Please do your bit every time some new article is posted here. Spend a few minutes either putting up a comment of just clicking on the email link I will provide, and emailing the editor.
If we cut Scientology off at every turn they will be unable to infiltrate society with their covertly hostile plans. Come on people. It`s something you can do.
Tuesday, May 01, 2012 9:17 AM
Scientology Provides Free Seminars Solomon Times.
The official launch of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Goodwill Tour Solomon Islands, signals the launch of a month of free seminars on the 19 subjects of the Scientology Handbook.
Mathew Andrews, leader of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Goodwill Tour gave an overview of the 19 topics the group will cover in seminars to those attending the opening of the Tour in Honiara.
Our aims are to pass on the knowledge of Scientology so people can overcome problems that trouble them or those they care about Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 27, 2012
At the opening ceremony in April 21 of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Goodwill Tour in Honiara, capital of Guadalcanal Province, Hon. Ileen Sulukonina, Guadalcanal's Minister for Women, Youth, Children and Sports, welcomed the Volunteer Ministers to the region on behalf of the Guadalcanal Provincial Government. Hon. Sulukonina, who herself attended all 19 seminars when the Goodwill Tour first arrived in the Solomon Islands in Fall 2011, encouraged those present to take advantage of the training.
"The seminars will teach and inform people about the tools in knowing to know yourself and relationships with others in order to survive," she said. "Come with an open heart to learn, as Man's survival will depend on his knowledge about himself, others and his environment."
The Waru Panpipe Band and the Kakona Traditional Group performed traditional songs and dances and guests toured the traditional hut built for the occasion at Town Ground, and Mathew Andrews, leader of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Goodwill Tour, gave an overview of the program with specific examples to illustrate the 19 topics the group will cover in the seminars-including how to communicate and understand others better; how to improve one's standard of living; solutions to alcohol and drug abuse; how to improve the ability to study and learn; what makes a successful marriage; and how to be an effective leader.
"Our aims are to pass on the knowledge of Scientology so people can overcome problems that trouble them or those they care about," he said.http://solomontimes.com/news.aspx?nwID=6919
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