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« Reply #45 on: July 05, 2014, 10:59:01 PM »

                                       Scientology using European Court of Justice ruling to remove critical articles

Scientology using European Court of Justice ruling on "right to be forgotten" to remove Google links to critical articles.

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http://omnifeed.com/article/www.spiegel.de/netzwelt/netzpolitik/recht-auf-vergessen-google-entfernt-spiegel-artikel-aus-treffern-a-979255.html

http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?36350-Scientology-using-European-Court-of-Justice-ruling-to-remove-critical-articles
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« Reply #46 on: July 25, 2015, 07:51:16 AM »

                                       German National TV Report about "Foundation for a Drug Free World"

http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?40053-German-National-TV-Report-about-quot-Foundation-for-a-Drug-Free-World-quot
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« Reply #47 on: July 13, 2016, 11:29:11 PM »

                                          German Court: Access to trade secrets may be withheld from Scientology member

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    German Court: Access to trade secrets may be withheld from Scientology member.

    Legal Tribune Online has an article. The URL of the article in German is:

    http://www.lto.de/recht/nachrichten/...rschlusssache/

    The Google translation is:

    * * * * * BEGIN EXCERPT * * * * *

    Since there are doubts about the loyalty of the organization, a Scientology-member access to trade secrets may be withheld, the Berlin Administrative Court decided. A mechanic must therefore wait no Bundeswehr helicopter.

    Members of the Scientology organization may by a ruling of the Administrative Court (VG) Berlin access to classified information shall be denied (Urt. V. 05.31.2016, Az. VG 4 K 295.14). So the VG ruled in a judgment announced would.

    The applicant is employed as a mechanic in a helicopter manufacturer. The company produces civil helicopters, as well as military equipment, to which access is granted only with a so-called classified authorization. Therefore, the use in also carried out in the operation maintenance of machines the army requires a security check that performs the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology shall, upon request of the employer.

    In the case of the applicant, the Authority informed him that there was reasonable safety concerns because of its affiliation with Scientology. This is founded both doubts as to its reliability and the fact that it will at all times uphold the free democratic basic order.

    In particular, there is a risk that he survey method, will reveal secrets during so-called auditing, one provided by Scientology. The staff responded that he had let some guilty as a simple member of the organization never. He regarded the Scientology as a religion and therefore as his private affair. When in doubt, he would postpone the interests of Scientology towards the professional interests.

    No decision as to whether Scientology religion

    However, looking for a declaration of illegality of the notice lawsuit was unsuccessful. The VG confirmed the official procedure. The assumption that doubts about the reliability of the man existed was, unobjectionable. In assessing this question of authority come to a wide margin of appreciation which the Court may review only limited. Based on this scale, errors could not have been observed here.

    Neither is a false issue basis yet been misjudged the legal framework of the decision. In particular, is the assumption that members of the Scientology organization are obliged to unsparing revelation of truth, such as to cast doubt. That Scientology pursues anticonstitutional objectives, it is clear from many relevant sources. This must be the staff - as asserted ordinary member - be imputed. Whether Scientology is a religion, requiring no decision because the message was not a violation of the fundamental right to religious freedom.

    * * * * * END EXCERPT * * * * *

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« Reply #48 on: July 24, 2016, 08:22:12 AM »

                                                  German Federal Office warns consumers to stay away from Sci info booths

    The German Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution is warning consumers to stay away fromSci info booths in Bergedorf, Hamburg.

    The group has already been found operating under different names in Germany, and according to the recent statement from the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, Hamburg residents are being warned about particular ad stands featuring the most common anti-drug slogan of all.

    The statement says the campaign is not linked to any drug rehab clinic or counseling service, but instead leads to a conversation with an agent of the Church of Scientology, as it tries to “win over new members.”

    The government body explains that “It is well known that the Scientology organization is observed by us, so it is unlikely that a single passerby would be interested if they openly used the ‘SO’ label." Hence the church uses many leaflets, the most common among them ‘The Truth About Drugs’, recognizable from its slogan and the black-and-green color scheme.

    It also warns people to steer clear of information booths the church is setting up this Saturday in Bergedorf, Hamburg. As with other leaflets in the campaign, it only gives a brief overview of the organization and encourages people to sign up. Back in 2011, Scientologists also used blogs and videos on social networks to promote their fake ‘Say no to drugs’ campaign.

   
https://www.rt.com/news/352871-scientology-germany-drugs-campaign/

    Is this the first time the government has gone so far as to issue a warning about a booth? I haven't seen it before, just wondering if anyone else had.

    Could Sci be in for more restrictions in Germany?
    Or is Russia trying to promote it's own anti-Sci agenda using this?

http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?42323-German-Federal-Office-warns-consumers-to-stay-away-from-Sci-info-booths

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« Reply #49 on: March 23, 2017, 06:50:53 AM »

                              Haus der Kunst Will Face Independent Audit Over Scientology Controversy

https://news.artnet.com/art-world/political-scrutiny-reveals-haus-der-kunst-in-disarray-after-scientology-revelations-894575
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« Reply #50 on: June 17, 2018, 07:31:30 AM »

                  Business Insider Germany

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How Edeka and other corporations want to protect themselves from Scientology infiltration

Scientology has been under surveillance by the German constitutional protection agency since 1997 in some federal states. In North Rhine-Westphalia, for example, the state authority is talking about a "danger to the liberal constitutional order" that derives from Scientology teachings.
Edeka wants to protect himself from Scientology
But not only the state wants to protect its citizens from the manipulation of believing Scientologists. Apparently, billion-dollar companies are now protecting themselves against infiltration by Scientology members. Just like Germany's biggest food retailer Edeka.
Business insiders have documents that show that Edeka has a labor contract that requires leaders to distance themselves from Scientology. "Disclaimer and Declaration of Commitment to Scientology Technology" is the name of a corresponding paragraph that Edeka has incorporated into middle management contracts.
It states that an employee who signs a contract states "that he does not use or work on the technology of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard in any way, that he has not been trained by L. Ron Hubbard technology, or none Courses and / or seminars attended by the technology of L. Ron Hubbard. "
"Scientology is trying to infiltrate the economy"
New employees must also affirm that they reject "L. Ron Hubbard's technology to run a business, and in all its uses and manifestations."

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New employees must also affirm that they reject "L. Ron Hubbard's technology to run a business, and in all its uses and manifestations."
Edeka headquarters in Hamburg: Germany's largest grocers arms in employment contracts against possible infiltration by Scientologists (archive image) Edeka headquarters in Hamburg: Germany's largest grocers arms in employment contracts against possible infiltration by Scientologists.

Did Edeka have problems with leaders in the Scientology Circle in the past? Or is the anti-Scientology clause a pure precaution? One thing is for sure: Already there are warnings about the infiltration of companies by Scientology. The Constitutional Protection Report states unequivocally: "In order to increase its influence, the SO (Scientology Organization - editor's note) endeavors to infiltrate the economy."

https://www.businessinsider.de/wie-sich-edeka-vor-einer-scientology-unterwanderung-schuetzen-will-2018-6?IR=T
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« Reply #51 on: October 19, 2018, 06:56:44 AM »

                     Mismanagement, and a Scientology Scandal, Blamed in Munich Museum Chief’s Ouster

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/17/arts/design/okwui-enwezor-haus-der-kunst.html
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