Friday, February 17, 2012

"Exactly so," says Marisela Espinal, a drug education specialist and executive
of Narconon Mexico, a drug rehabilitation center based north of Mexico City.
"That is why we are here now in Juarez. We are getting an estimate of what we
ourselves can do to help these children and their teachers and parents." Espinal
reports that Narconon Mexico and the international office in Los Angeles hope
soon to start delivering substantive drug education in Juarez and elsewhere
along the border. "Help the children. That's the way to go."
Hillary Clinton looks into Scientology drug program
Posted in Scientology
at 11:47 am by Rick Ross

Last month Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton visited a Mexican prison with other
members of the National Foundation of Women Legislators. The lawmakers went to
see how a controversial Scientology drug rehabilitation program called
"Narconon," supposedly helped convicts there, reported SignOnSanDiego, November

Big Pharma Front Groups, NAMI? Psychiatry Mental Health (Personally I think
this guy is in between a rock & hard place)
Please listen to this video\
Open Letter to Joseph K. Grieboski
Institute on Religion and Public Policy October 25, 2004
Joseph K. Grieboski
Institute on Religion and Public Policy
1101 15th Street NW
Suite 115
Washington, DC 20005

Dear Mr. Grieboski:

I have webbed the statement of Professor Alexander Dvorkin made at the recent
forum you and he attended at Rhodes, Greece. Dr. Dvorkin, who devoted part of
his time to responding to a statement made by you, cites to and challenges you
about the Gerry Armstrong case. I am that Armstrong, and I also challenge you
and your organization about my case.

Dr. Dvorkin says:
Moscow Church of Scientology Wins Landmark Decision for Religious Freedom in the
European Court of Human Rights
By William C. Wash
The European Court of Human Rights issued a unanimous landmark decision on 5th
April 2007 in favor of the Scientology religion, upholding the religious freedom
of Scientologists and their religious associations throughout the forty-six
nations that have signed and ratified the European Convention for the Protection
of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (ECHR), adopted by the Council of
Europe in 1950. By ruling in favor of the Church of Scientology, the Court
reaffirmed an important issue that the Russian Federation has committed itself
to uphold, namely the right to religious freedom for not only Scientologists but
members of all religions throughout Europe.
The "New CAN" organization (also known as the Foundation FOR Religious Freedom)
has caused both confusion and controversy among academics and its opponents.
Board members of the "Old CAN" have characterized it as a front group for the
Church of Scientology.
The Freedom FROM Religion Foundation (FFRF) is an American freethought
organization based in Madison, Wisconsin. Its purposes, as stated in its bylaws,
are to promote the separation of church and state and to educate the public on
matters relating to atheism, agnosticism and nontheism. The FFRF publishes the
newspaper Freethought Today. The organization pursues public-interest lawsuits
and engages in public debates to further its goals. Since 2006, the Foundation
has produced the Freethought Radio show, currently the only national freethought
radio broadcast in the United States.
In 1991, he wrote "The Thriving Cult of Greed and Power", a Time cover story on Scientology.[1] The acclaimed article won several awards.[2] The Church of Scientology brought several lawsuits over the article, all of which were eventually dismissed.[2] While investigating the story, he experienced some of Scientology's Fair Game tactics:

I later learned, a copy of my personal credit report -- with detailed information about my bank accounts, home mortgage, credit-card payments, home address and Social Security number -- had been illegally retrieved from a national credit bureau called Trans Union. The sham company that received it, "Educational Funding Services" of Los Angeles, gave as its address a mail drop a few blocks from Scientology's headquarters. The owner of the mail drop is a private eye named Fred Wolfson, who admits that an Ingram associate retained him to retrieve credit reports on several individuals. Wolfson says he was told that Scientology's attorneys "had judgments against these people and were trying to collect on them." He says now, "These are vicious people. These are vipers."
He Means Scientologists and Widdle Davy McScavenger ^^^^
Joseph K. Grieboski
Kathryn Cameron Porter

Coalition Letter to Secretary Clinton on Hungary Draft Religion Law
the cult has major butthurt over the Hungary Draft
Scientologist and Interests among those listed

Joseph K. Grieboski

Founder and Chairman of the Board

THE INSTITUTE on Religion and Public Policy

Rev. Susan Taylor


Church of Scientology
Washington, DC

Greg Mitchell

The Mitchell Firm
Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Scientologist Greg Mitchell runs Mitchell Firm and Is a Lobbyist on Behalf of the Cult on Capitol Hill

Greg and his wife Renee Bessone are Kool-Aid drinkers

Where the cult money goes in DC courtesy of the Mitchell Firm
The Association for Better Living and Education (ABLE) is a non-profit organization headquartered in Los Angeles, California. It states that it is "dedicated to creating a better future for children and communities."[1] It promotes secular uses of L. Ron Hubbard's works, and has been classified as a "Scientology-related entity". Founded in 1988, their main office is located at 7065 Hollywood Boulevard, the former headquarters for the Screen Actors Guild.
Secularity (adjective form secular)[1] is the state of being separate from
religion, or not being exclusively allied to any particular religion.
The Church of Scientology is on record stating that Narconon is secular, and in
no way related to Scientology. This is blatant misrepresentation, Narconon is
Scientology: the proof at Narconon Exposed.
Also, consider this passage taken from License Agreement: Narconon
International/Centers—Marks, a contract between any Narconon center and Narconon
Narconon is a drug prevention and rehabilitation program first devised by L. Ron
Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology.

Dubious Science
The basis of Narconon's methodology and treatment is based off the research and
theories of L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology's founder.
Narconon Drug Rehab Centers
& Drug Prevention
Eastern United States
Find a drug rehabilitation center or drug education / drug prevention center in the Eastern US.

Drug Rehab Centers - Florida

Narconon Gulf Coast
Residential Drug Rehabilitation Center
3391 Scenic Highway 98 East
Destin, Florida 32541
Phone: 800-253-3168
Phone: 850-837-2799
Fax: 850-654-7986
Website: Narconon Drug Rehab Florida

Narconon Florida
Out-patient Drug Rehab Center
22079 US 19 North
Clearwater, FL 33765
Phone: 727-796-1011
Fax: 727-796-1032
Website: Narconon Drug Rehab Clearwater Florida

Narconon Spring Hill
Florida drug treatment center
8213 Cessna Dr.
Spring Hill, FL 34606
Phone: 800-511-9403
Fax: 727-447-1928
Website: Narconon Florida drug treatment

Youth For A Drug-Free Florida
Narconon Drug Education
Toll Free: 800-893-7060

Narconon East US
21957 US Hwy 19 N.
Clearwater, FL 33765
Phone: (877) 237-3307
Website: Narconon East US Drug Rehabilitation and Prevention Education

Drug Rehab Centers - Georgia

Narconon of Georgia
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center
5688 Peachtree Parkway Suite B1
Norcross GA 30092
Toll-Free: 1-877-413-3073
Phone: 770-379-0208
Fax: 770-395-9431
Website: Narconon Drug Rehab Georgia

Drug Rehab Centers - Louisiana

Narconon Louisiana
Residential drug rehabilitation center
35059 Bend Road
Denham Springs
Louisiana, 70706
Phone: 866-422-4650 (toll free number)
Phone: 225-243-5047
Website: Narconon Drug Rehab Louisiana

Drug Rehab Centers - Michigan

Narconon Freedom Treatment Center
Michigan Drug and Alcohol Rehab
Residential drug rehab facility
809 W. Erie Street
Albion, MI 49224
Phone: 877-362-9682
Phone: 269-965-3629
Fax: 269-965-4974
Website: Narconon Michigan Drug Rehab Center

Drug Prevention - Illinois
Narconon Great Lakes-Illinois
Drug Prevention Center
728 W. Jackston Blvd, #1207
Chicago, IL 60661

Drug Education - Massachusetts

Narconon New England
Drug Prevention and Education
76 Winn Street, Suite 2C
Woburn, Massachusetts 01801
Phone: (781) 569-6140
Fax: (781) 569-6141


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