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« Reply #15 on: August 29, 2009, 04:23:52 PM »

The UN has foiled the attempted infiltration of Scientologists

CULTS | An accredited NGOs would serve as a Trojan horse for a "summit" organized covertly by the Church of Scientology.


ALAIN JOURDAN | 28.08.2009 | 00:00

The Church of Scientology has tried to pass the gates of the Palais des Nations, but could not do it. Initially, the 6th Annual International Summit on Human Rights was held at the UN. Its organizers, Des jeunes pour les droits de l'homme (Youth for Human Rights) and Village Suisse ONG, had to fall back on the quiet lounges of the Hotel Intercontinental. The proximity of these two organizations with the Church of Scientology eventually arouse suspicion, prompting the UN not to lend meeting room.

Des jeunes pour les droits de l'homme , whose statutes have been deposited in Switzerland, is a direct offshoot of the American Youth For Human Rights International, known as one of the satellites of Scientology. French Martine Rhein and Belgian Christian Mirre came to Geneva to oversee the staging of the conference which opens today. They make no secret of their membership in the organization founded by Ron Hubbard, but they ensure that there is no link between the Church of Scientology and Youth for Human Rights.

"It is true that initially Scientology supported it's creation because this organization represents the same moral values," says Martine Rhein.

The links with the african NGO Village Suisse ONG, who in 2008 obtained a consultative status with ECOSOC, raise more questions. If this organization located in Lancy historically has no connection with Scientology, it seems to have been closing-in. She was the one who requested a room with the Palais des Nations to organize the 6th Summit of international human rights. Accredited as an NGO, it has the right to meet there. But the institution has chosen to veto it. What is relatively unique.

A known NGO

The attempted infiltration of Scientology was a little too showy. On its website, Village Suisse ONG offers a link to another site that offers training on Trade and Development at 570 francs a day, delivered by the representative of the Church of Scientology in Switzerland. Which figure in recent months among the team that runs the NGO. Reached by telephone, the founder of Village Suisse ONG, Adalbert Nouga, responds that he does not "enter into the controversy."

He added to finish: "My organization has long worked with the Confederation. All information is on our website. We do not meddle in religion. "

Martine Rhein and Christian Mirre ensure that the conference held today at the Intercontinental is not to promote Scientology as a religion, but to encourage the public to better understand the articles of the Universal Declaration of human rights.

The organization of this conference also passed almost unnoticed. No leaflet was distributed in the street. Electronic invitations were addressed to diplomats and members of other NGOs. It is them who have sounded the alarm, surprised to see this strange summit of human rights arise from nowhere.

Martine Rhein and Christian Mirre are surprised by the reactions. Last year, the summit could be held at UN headquarters in New York without it, they say, raising the slightest indignation. Wich is not entirely accurate. The only difference is that a state has interceded that other time in their favor to get them a meeting room.

The anti-cult will sit with NGOs

The doors of the Palais des Nations did not open for Scientologists. In contrast, anti-cult organizations have received their entry badge. This Information passed until then unnoticed. During the summer, the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) has granted special consultative status with the European Federation of Centers of Research and Information on Sectarianism (Fecris). An initiative that is due to the Swiss President of the Swiss Association for the Defense of families and individuals (Adsfi) Daničle Muller-Tulli.

The Fecris, an umbrella association of which she is Vice-President, has over 50 associations in 31 countries mainly in Europe but with correspondents in other continents. It fights against the proliferation of sectarian and totalitarian groups. It has a participatory status with the Council of Europe. For several years, secular associations denounced entryism and lobbying by the sects in the UN and European fora under the guise of NGOs. Procult and anti-cult may now oppose it. on the Fecris side, the only rule seems to be: no masks (as in: you better be honest and upfront about who you are and what you wanr)

The holding in Geneva of a summit of human rights sponsored by Scientologists deos not surprise Daničle Muller, who has long denounced the European offensive of Scientologists.

"What disgust a good number of people all the way up to the UN circles, is how the Church of Scientology uses the Universal Declaration of Human Rights for its own advertising," says the president of the Adsfi .

http://forums.whyweprotest.net/15-media/tdg-un-foils-cos-infiltration-attempt-52002/

Here is the actual article in French
http://www.tdg.ch/geneve/actu/onu-mis-echec-tentative-infiltration-scientologues-2009-08-27
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« Reply #16 on: September 04, 2009, 04:09:35 PM »

                         San Jacinto council could oppose road closure



        

10:00 PM PDT on Wednesday, September 2, 2009

By GAIL WESSON
The Press-Enterprise

The San Jacinto City Council is expected to take a position on the subject of closure of Gilman Springs Road near Golden Era Studios tonight.

The winding, two-lane road between Highway 79 and State Street is in unincorporated Riverside County adjacent to the city and bisects the Church of Scientology's Golden Era Productions property.

Councilmen Jim Ayres and Jim Potts, who make up the council's transportation subcommittee, asked that the item be placed on the agenda and the resolution wording urges keeping the road open. The council meets at 7 p.m. in the San Jacinto Unified School District offices.

At a meeting earlier this summer about San Jacinto River levee improvements, a consultant to Scientology officials asked the city to support the closure, San Jacinto City Manager Barry McClellan said by phone.

The question for the city is, "What's the benefit for the citizens of San Jacinto and I could not think of one single reason that it would benefit our residents," said Potts .

If anything, the area will need more access points, as growth occurs, he said. Patrons of the Soboba Casino, emergency vehicles and motorists entering and leaving the San Jacinto Valley use the route.

A Scientology spokeswoman did not return a message seeking comment. Scientology 's training videos and audiotapes are made at the studios.

The church bought the property in 1978.

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http://www.pe.com/localnews/inland/stories/PE_News_Local_E_eroad03.4861b2c.html
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« Reply #17 on: September 08, 2009, 10:14:40 AM »

Screened last night Monday 7th September on TVone
Close up. Henry Paul interviews an expert on Cults.

Here is the article and 10 minute interview.
Worth watching.

http://tvnz.co.nz/close-up/cults-and-power-persuasion-2971753
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« Reply #18 on: September 09, 2009, 09:19:48 AM »

                                Post copied from EXSMB


I have been lurking in the background, reading posts, PMing to a few,and trying to get up the nerve to "escape" from what I now refer as The Cult of Scientology for the last several months.

Two weeks ago I finally made the cut. It was the hardest thing I ever did in my life, leaving behind someone I love with my whole heart but I had to for ME.

I was slowly dying inside but stubborn enough to fight. It is amazing now that I am out, and clearer headed, that the very thing they tried to suppress and invalidate in me, (my self determinism) was the very thing that gave me the final strength to walk away from scientology (i will not dignify it with capital letters). I was labeled as having a "problem with authority"

Before tonight I did not have the nerve to write too much publicly preferring to only PMing those I trusted like Tory, whom I credit and thank from the bottom of my heart with giving me the strength and encouragement I needed to finally make that final step.

After so many years both as public and staff, and hundreds of thousands of dollars thrown down the toilet, I am now publicly announcing that I am out and if they think they can bully me then they ain't really met me yet on my own turf. And, here is what i do when they call and leave me a message, or text me to "come in and route off properly

This is to those brave (and sometimes weird) souls that are out almost every weekend and some week days in front of the Orgs. Keep it up. It may not seem like it but you are being heard.

The infrastructure is collapsing, courseroom attendance is plummeting, and the Orgs are desperately trying to get in "fresh meat" pushing staff members harder and harder to get people in. The public scientologists are getting fed up with being regged every weekend and a large majority will not answer their phones. Panic is setting in and it is only a matter of time before more and more turn their backs and close their pocketbooks.

As the pressure to go Ideal increases so does the desperation for staff members, that is one reason the Missions and City Offices are closing. They are being absorbed by the Orgs they are attached to, in order to fill the staff quotas! This I know for a fact.

So, I predict as the CofS plummets down that dwindling spiral they have created we will be hearing from more and more people on this forum.

I am honored to be a member and now know for a certainty that I Am Not Alone any longer.
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Lori I'm finally totally out and free!!

http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?p=298585#post298585
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« Reply #19 on: September 09, 2009, 09:30:36 AM »

If anyone asks "Why do you anonymous guys wear masks .?.."

Send them this link and not only will their question be answered,
you may also have a new anon.

http://www.jewcy.com/post/scientology_vs_paulette_cooper#comment-34265
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« Reply #20 on: September 10, 2009, 08:25:24 PM »


2009 September 7

tags: David Miscavige, Leaving Scientology, OTs
by rebel008

Over the last two days, I have spoken with three more OTs who have left, two OT VIIIs and one on OT VII. Same story. They were hauled in and told to donate money to their “Ideal” Org. They couldn’t afford it, and refused. They were hauled into Ethics and given a Sec Check for “missed withholds.” After they returned home, they received an HCO summons to “report or else.” They took the “or else.” Frankly, they don’t care if they are declared by David Miscavige’s Brave New Scientology. They’re in good company.

http://leavingscientology.wordpress.com/
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« Reply #21 on: September 11, 2009, 04:32:30 PM »

                          Evidence destroyed... Twice.

Do not fail to read this thread.

It beggars belief.

http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?t=13467
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« Reply #22 on: September 16, 2009, 08:42:04 PM »

Thanks for posting the good news. Easier to spot than trawling WWP.
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« Reply #23 on: September 17, 2009, 06:24:56 AM »

What freakin' slimey scum bags!
Scientologists know that this is going on. People being held at Hemet etc yet they are so BRAINWASHED they still protect the Cult!  The Cult is NOT going to save you you moron's!
Once your money is gone they not interested in you, you become an ethics particle... or a staff/slave member because you still want to go "up the bridge" and go free.  Wake up!  Look at other books, look on the internet.  When you finally get out of the clutches of the cult this whole new world opens up to you and it is amazing!

The Supreme Rulah! Ned.
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« Reply #24 on: September 22, 2009, 08:58:12 AM »

Photos from Gold`s security camera.

http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?t=13670

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« Reply #25 on: September 22, 2009, 09:09:12 AM »

Podcast of Gerry Armstrong and anonymous on radio in Vancouver Canada.

28.2 MB.

http://feeds.feedburner.com/Citr--RadioFreethinkers
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« Reply #26 on: November 09, 2009, 10:08:53 PM »

                               Escape From Scientology


After being trapped in an abusive relationship with Scientology, I'm finally free. My escape was only made possible thanks to the hard work of the cyber-activism of Anonymous. I want to explain to the general public how an otherwise intelligent and well adjusted person can get caught up in Scientology's web of deceit.

There truly is something evil in that the "Church" manipulates the basic psychology of its members/ victims in a way that is nearly impossible to escape until it's too late.

It is also my opinion that they operate with the malign intent to not only drain their members emotionally, deprive them intellectually, but also to keep them oppressed financially.

I am publishing an account of how Scientology robbed me of my life; of the jobs I lost, the friends who abandoned me, and worse, the time that I lost while indentured as an unwitting servant in this international criminal enterprise.

It sounds almost unbelievable until you wake up to the reality of destructive cults in our midst.

Think Jonestown, the Moonies, or the Raelians. These are all above ground cults which flourish in our mostly enlightened society. But they are only the tip of the iceberg. Not all cults need publicity to survive. Most thrive under the cover of darkness.

It is my view that Scientology falls within the latter category; that the majority of their activities happen in the dark, paranoid, and secret world dreamed up by the charismatic confidence trickster, L. Ron Hubbard.

I want to thank each and every Anonymous hero for your role in my awakening and to thank you for allowing me to present my story here.

Sarah X


http://forums.whyweprotest.net/24-fair-game-reports-personal-experiences/escape-scientology-56061/
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« Reply #27 on: November 27, 2009, 07:52:12 AM »

            Edward McBride Suicide - A message from his brother Stephen


Hi there...

It kind of defeats the purpose of me being anonymous when I'm his brother Stephen McBride (belfastlad)..

All rightey, lets get started... For people that are not up to speed, I'm the brother of Edward McBride who committed suicide on February 7, 2007 whilst he was in the Australian Defense Force (ADF) and an active member of the Scientology for 2 years. He was found electrocuted (110,000 volts) at a desolate power station at Everton Park, Queensland (Australia). He had just completed "Run Drug Down", "Happiness Run Down" and "ARC Straight Wire" courses with the Scientology and had just forked out (bank loan) of more than $20,000 for more courses.

I have just returned home from a press conference with Senator Nick Xenophon / Ben Brown at parliament house in Canberra.. Basically, I flew out 22nd Nov (midnight) and arrived in Canberra approx 8:30am Monday morning.. Went to Nicks office and had a debrief on what the days proceedings would entail. If you could imagine (being jet lagged as well) sitting in front of 20 reporters / tv crew and them firing questions at you, quite daunting to say the least. In all fairness to the journalists, they were quite tame and I thanked them for being respectful and remorseful. That afternoon (Monday 1pm), I flew back to Perth and didnt arrive home till 8pm. Basically, I was on the go for 24hours. A small sacrifice to pay, in regard to getting the truth out there.

Once the press conference was over, I then had a 30 minute tv interview with a current affair tv program (I wont mention which one, in case there are any Scientology spies viewing this post - they may get the lawyers involved to stop it being aired) - it will be aired next week on prime time tv in Australia at 6:30pm (I will also post onto YouTube, etc).

Since the 23rd of Nov, I have had numerous propositions for radio / tv interviews which I will be following through over the next 2 weeks. Not only here in Australia, but also back home in Northern Ireland and also in England. Complete and utter international exposure to make sure my brother did not die in vain.

Why am I doing this ?? Because I want to expose this cult for what it is.. That being, a complete and utter farce, hiding behind a "religion".. You and me both know, it ain't a religion.. Hubbard even said "If you want to make money, then start a religion".. Doesn't get any clearer than that !! Spoken from the horses mouth. After doing a wee bit of research on the net (Google, you can find anything if you know where to look !!), it is quite clear that Hubbard was a drug fueled schizophreniac that deals in dark arts of satanism (handed down from his dad). This twisted individual is seriously (insert swear word here) up !! Do a google search on 'Aleister Crowley'.. Hubbard even thought he was the Anti-Christ !!

For the past 2.5 years, my parents health have both deteriorated due to the loss of a son / brother - flying back and forth to the eastern states for army inquiries, etc. I lost a brother, my parents are ill over this and I have so much rage going through my veins it's not funny.. It is plain and obvious that my brother committed suicide due to the fact that the Scientology were harassing, badgering and even on the point of stalking him in the 48 hours leading up to the inevitable (RIP). 19 voicemail messages left on his PDA.. Decorated police officers listened to those voicemail messages and said they were "demanding", "forceful" and "intimidating" - you do the math.. My brother was forced into a corner.

PS:- Oh and to the Scientologists that are probably on this site monitoring posts, etc.. Let me say one thing.. I will not rest until justice is served. You may have brainwashed my brother, but this is one person you'll have a hard time silencing. I'm one step ahead of you. I'm now in the public eye now, you don't think, that if anything should happen to me or my family "accidentally" people will be curious ?? "Possibly" pointing / investigating you ?? Last time I checked I was at parliament house / press conference.. You probably weren't expecting that - wrong.. I'm full of surprises and this is just the start.. Be smart with your next move, be very smart. I ain't nothing like my brother.. Belfast, Northern Ireland.. we know how to play (you do the math).. No I ain't paranoid or delusional, but scanning the internet for the last 2 years, gives me a very (pre)clear (sorry no pun intended - NOT !!) picture of what your "organization" is capable off.. You took my brother away from me and my parents and I will stop at nothing to make sure you cease to exist.. - This ain't a threat, it's a god damn promise..

PS:- to the readers of this message, can I please (I'm begging you), please spread the following link and pass it on -- 231 pages of documented proof of how corrupt the Scientology is.. Suicide's / abortions / murders / hit men / 'accidental' deaths / tax evasion / satanism..

PPS:- appologies 'moderators' if I'm not allowed to post external links, but I think it is invaluable to the cause.. http://www.xs4all.nl/~fishman/fable.htm


Regards,

Stephen McBride

photos...  http://www.aapimage.com.au/Search.aspx?search=%22SCIENTOLOGY+CHURCH+CANBERRA%22&viewtype=Grid

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« Reply #28 on: November 27, 2009, 10:47:44 AM »

Wow!  Good on him.  My heartfelt sorrow goes to Stephen and his family.
 
Scientology, why are you pulling all this in??
May be there are just too many suppressives in the world now.
You read this poor guys story and yes, he must be suppressive too musn't he.  I mean, imagine wanting the Truth to be given to the coroner over your brother's suicide.  The cheek of it! 
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« Reply #29 on: November 30, 2009, 04:04:23 PM »

        How English Heritage snubbed the Scientologist founder L Ron Hubbard

L Ron Hubbard has joined the likes of Wallis Simpson, Eric Morecambe, Marc Bolan and Keith Moon after an application for a coveted blue plaque was rejected by English Heritage.

The government agency, which runs the scheme, rejected the application by supporters of the founder of Scientology after its blue plaques panel decided that it was unconvinced about Mr Hubbard's "reputation".

The decision has frustrated the Hubbard Foundation, which had nominated him. In an unusual move, a foundation representative went to visit English Heritage officials, following the verdict, to find out more about why he had been rejected and how his case could be helped.
 


Under the rules of the scheme, no candidate can be reconsidered within 10 years of being rejected, but Mr Hubbard's backers say they do not consider the matter "closed" and are now proposing further talks in a bid to revive their cause.

The organisation, which is considered a cult by some, is based on the premise that the human race is descended from Thetans, an exiled race from another planet.

It was founded by Mr Hubbard, an American science fiction writer, in the 1950s, and now has millions of followers including the Hollywood actors Tom Cruise and John Travolta. From 1957 until 1959, Mr Hubbard based himself at Fitzroy House, in London's West End, and wrote many of his works there. It was a Scientology "church" until 1968, when it was sold. The organisation then bought it back around six years ago and the four-storey building, at 37 Fitzroy Street, is now open as a museum in Mr Hubbard's memory.

According to minutes of a meeting in June last year, obtained using Freedom of Information legislation, the blue plaques panel decided that "more time was needed to make an objective assessment of Hubbard's reputation". Panel members present at the meeting included Professor Andrew Motion, the former Poet Laureate.

The panel "also noted that [Hubbard] had no settled residence in London". However, other foreign personalities who only spent short periods of their life in the capital have been awarded plaques in their honour.

Blue plaques are considered a high accolade and have been erected outside the London homes of some of the world's greatest minds. Eligibility guidelines state that nominated figures must have been dead for 20 years or have passed the centenary of their birth, and must have made an "important positive contribution to human welfare or happiness". Mr Hubbard died in 1986.

A source who was involved in the deliberations said: "The decision was on the grounds that he wasn't well known or well respected enough. Controversies surrounding him come into the well-respected bit. The committee was not divided on this, I think."

Sarah Eicker, director of Fitzroy House, who nominated Mr Hubbard, said: "I met with the administrator of the panel to get more data and clarify why the decision had been made.

"I am planning to set up another meeting. I am aware of the 10-year rule. I don't think the initial proposal is a closed thing.

"I definitely think Mr Hubbard warrants a plaque. Maybe the information we provided wasn't sufficient."

She said some of the controversies surrounding the movement "might have" played a part in the decision. "I would hope not," she added. "I would have hoped their decision was made objectively."

Ms Eicker insisted that Mr Hubbard was "well respected" enough to warrant a plaque, and said she would be asking English Heritage whether they had "discriminated" against Mr Hubbard.

"I don't know if there was discrimination or not," she added.

She said some of Scientology's well-known followers had visited the London property, but declined to reveal which ones.

The number of Scientologists has been put as high as 12 million, but the movement remains controversial. The organisation has been described in Parliament by Michael Gove, the Tory MP, as "an evil cult founded by an individual purely in the interests of enriching himself and sustained by those who are either wicked or wayward".

Recently, it was branded a "criminal organisation" in Australia, after a politician used parliamentary privilege to detail a series of allegations against its members there, including assault, imprisonment, embezzlement of church funds and blackmail. It was also claimed that the church had exerted pressure on some members to have abortions.

A spokesman for English Heritage said: "It was felt that since Mr Hubbard had died only relatively recently, in 1986, that more time was required to make an objective assessment of the importance and longevity of his achievements.

"The panel also noted that Mr Hubbard had no address in London which could be considered as comparatively settled, and moved around a great deal.

"If a proposal is not successful, it can be put forward again 10 years from the date of rejection, and English Heritage encourages proposers of plaques to take advantage of this."

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/celebritynews/6677898/How-English-Heritage-snubbed-the-Scientologist-founder-L-Ron-Hubbard.html


All of Hubbard`s awards are just tributes to how far officials will go to
do something to stop Scientologists "visiting " them !!!
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