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Aug 25, 2010
Marty Rathbun Kicked Out – Scientology Soars

Recent items published by Freedom magazine show that since a former high-ranking Scientologist was removed from the Church of Scientology the Church expansion has gone ballistic.

Makes sense considering the following excerpt from Freedom magazine and the amount of destruction the guy did. Namely:

Summary: By Marty Rathbun’s own calculation on September 29, 2003, the total amount of harm visited upon Scientology due to his “reign of war” and secret misconduct was $43,799,000.

He was being very conservative and the damage is far higher. For by engaging in his own psychotically motivated war, he also distracted Church leaders who ultimately had to clean up his mess. Then, too, he diverted Church funds from humanitarian programs to help Mankind, not to mention the creation of new Church facilities to service the greater community of Scientologists and the communities in which they work.

Since the discovery and removal of Rathbun, the endless series of “unexplainable” external battles and legal cases has “magically” ended. Indeed, the Church has emerged victorious in country after country with religious recognitions as well as precedent-setting decisions in the European Court of Human Rights. Moreover, with the Church’s resources now dedicated to the religion itself, in five years the size of the Church has doubled what it had achieved in its first 55 years of existence.

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Jun 24, 2009
Scientology in France Mobilized for Human Rights


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Members of Scientology churches and missions throughout France are making human rights a fact.

Scientology churches and missions in France sponsor a human right initiative called Youth for Human Rights (YHRI), to help make human rights known and bring about important human rights reforms.

Last year’s blockbuster film, “Taken” brought to light a Paris you won’t find in the tourist brochures—an international hub for sex trafficking.

Despite freedom from slavery being one of the 30 rights mandated by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), which was ratified by the member nations of the UN 60 years ago, an estimated 600,000 to 800,000 men, women, and children are trafficked yearly across international borders. Of these, 70 percent are female and 50 percent are children, the majority of whom are forced into the commercial sex trade.

With this in mind, Scientology Churches in France have intensified their work to educate people on the basics of human rights.

The Church of Scientology is founded on the principle of human rights.  In fact, the Creed of the Church of Scientology, written by L. Ron Hubbard in 1954, begins with the words, “We of the Church believe: That all men of whatever race, color or creed were created with equal rights.”

For this reason, the Scientology churches and missions of France held a weekend-long human rights education and petition drive to inform people in their communities of their rights and responsibilities, believing that education in the subject is a vital first step in making human rights a fact.

In Paris, 24 teenagers and children converged on the Beaubourg Centre in the heart of Paris and collected 3,000 signatures on a petition mandating human rights education for all youth in France, and insisting that the French government fully implement the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Six members of the Church of Scientology Mission of Marseilles set up a booth at the old harbor.  With a large banner telling people, “know your rights,” they distributed hundreds of booklets that clearly present the 30 basic human rights covered in the Universal Declaration.

In the center of Bordeaux, Scientologists set up a display, and throughout the afternoon they played educational videos produced by the Church of Scientology that inform people of about Universal Declaration.  In Angers and Vannes, eight Scientologists held their own petition drive collecting more than 400 signatures to support the UDHR.


“We believe in our country, and if everyone in France were aware of human rights and the kinds of violations that occur here and in other countries, and if we all demanded the implementation of the Universal Declaration, sexual trafficking and other gross violations would cease,” said Françoise Morel, Scientology Human Rights Director for France. “We simply wouldn’t tolerate it.”

For more information on the human rights initiatives sponsored by the Church of Scientology visit the Scientology video channel.


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Dec 16, 2008
Scientology Parishioners Promote Humans Rights in Paris

Members of the Church of Scientology and the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre of Paris promoted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the very location where it was signed into being 60 years ago—Trocadero Place, or "Human Rights Square" in Paris.
With the Eiffel Tower marking the spot, Youth for Human Rights International Paris chapter assembled on Human Rights Square to raise awareness and understanding of human rights in their city.

On a recent Sunday morning, dozens of Scientologists who support Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI) set up booths, a stage for performers, visual and audio displays and even a youth art center. They then spent the day informing Parisians about their basic human rights.

Young and old crowded around the displays, enjoyed the entertainment and snatched up copies of the booklet, What Are Human Rights? Children crowded into the art center while their parents lined up to sign a petition calling for broader promotion of the Universal Declaration.

Children expressd their understanding of human rights at the art center.

A central Scientology belief, as expressed in the Creed of the Church of Scientology by L. Ron Hubbard, is that "all men of whatever race, color, or creed were created with equal rights." To bring about real human rights reform, the Church created educational materials including the What are Human Rights? booklet and a series of 30 short public service films that illustrate the articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Church provides these materials to Youth for Human Rights International, an independent non-profit corporation. Any group or individual wanting to distribute these educational materials can order them free of charge online at the web site of Youth for Human Rights International.

People signed a petition calling for broad education on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Over the last five years, Youth for Human Rights volunteers in France have passed out hundreds of thousands of booklets to educate their communities on the subject of human rights and to make human rights a reality in their country.


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Jul 17, 2008
L. Ron Hubbard Video Presentation Added to Scientology.org and YouTube

The Church of Scientology International announced today the first time ever release of an online video presentation of Scientology Founder, L. Ron Hubbard.

The ten minute on-line video presents a chronological overview of the major milestones and significant achievements of Mr. Hubbard's life.

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Aug 28, 2007
L. Ron Hubbard's "Basics" released

In July 2007 all fundamental books and lectures of L. Ron Hubbard had been re-released in a high quality form. I got a set and very soon, had a great win, on page 14 of the Dianetics book (DMSMH), where Ron is talking about perceptions.

I have been Clear for many years. When I read again about the perceptions being the comm lines with the universe, a little bit of invalidation I had picked up from others blew off and I had a great resurgence in certainty that my perceptions are right! And that any invalidation of them has come from the cases of others! Another part of this was reading that "the actual computing ability of Man is never in error..." any person computes perfectly on the data stored and perceived. I never realized how profound this is!


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Aug 17, 2007
L. Ron Hubbard's "Way to Happiness" - Safeguard and improve your Environment


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Jul 27, 2007
Flourish & Prosper: David Miscavige


David Miscavige

Born: 30-Apr-1960
Birthplace: Philadelphia, PA
Gender: Male
Religion: Scientology
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Religion

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Leader of the Church of Scientology

Became Chairman of the Board of the Religious Technology Center, the effective head of the Church of Scientology, at age 26. Responsible for the organization receiving a religious tax exemption from the IRS in 1993.

Father: Ronald Thomas Miscavige, Sr. (staff musician for Scientology)
Mother: Loretta Miscavige (accountant for Greta Van Susteren's law firm)
Sister: Denise Miscavige Licciardi
Sister: Lori Miscavige Vernuelle
Brother: Ronald Thomas Miscavige, Jr.
Wife: Michele Diane Miscavige (known as Shelly)

High School: Philadelphia, PA (dropped out 1976)

(Source: NNDB on David Miscavige)

More information: http://www.scientologytoday.org/bio/

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Mar 15, 2007
Human Rights Conference Hosted by the Church of Scientology of Spain

 
When it comes to human rights, Scientologists in Spain are translating their beliefs into action.
Mr. Joaquin Antuja, President and Founder of the Foundation for Peace and Cooperation thanked the Scientologists present and the Church in Madrid for the work they do to promote understanding and peace.

The Scientology Creed begins with the statement, "We of the Church believe that all men or whatever race, color or creed were created with equal rights." And it was in that spirit that the Church of Scientology of Spain hosted a human rights forum at its Madrid headquarters last month — to accomplish these ideals by providing some of most prominent figures in the field the opportunity to share their ideas and coordinate their activities.

Mr. Joaquin Antuja, President and Founder of the Foundation for Peace and Cooperation, thanked the Scientologists present and the Church in Madrid for the work they do to promote understanding and peace. Mr. Antuja, who was also a guest speaker at the inauguration of the new Church in September 2004, was referring to the Church's support of Youth for Human Rights (YHRI), a program of the International Foundation for Human Rights and Tolerance, established to educate people in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights so they become valuable advocates for tolerance and peace. Last year the Church of Scientology International produced a series of human rights public service announcements (PSAs) for YHRI and the Foundation for Peace and Cooperation has adopted this campaign.

The rector of the Society of International Studies, a personal advisor to the King of Spain on human rights matters, took up the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in his presentation, stating that governments, organizations and individuals must insist that these rights are upheld for all men and women. He emphasized the first five articles of the Universal Declaration: the recognition that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights, the right to life, and the right to freedom from discrimination, slavery and torture.

Mr. Raul Vaquero of the Foundation for Sciences of Documentation praised the quality of the YHRI PSAs. Since he published the 30 PSAs on his foundation's web site there has been a surge in new visitors — 2,000,000 from all over the world.

Mr. Raul Vaquero of the Foundation for Sciences of Documentation praised the quality of these PSAs, which his foundation has published on their web site.

Speakers also included the president of ARI Peru (Association for Refugees and Immigrants of Peru in Spain), and a professor from San Pablo Ceu University.

"This forum was a great success," said the President of the Church of Scientology of Spain. "There are many people in our country committed to these goals. By working together we can accomplish what L. Ron Hubbard meant when he said, 'human rights must be made a fact, not an idealistic dream.'"


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Jan 14, 2007
Berlin - the Newest Ideal Scientology Church!

Two weeks ago I heard David Miscavige  announce that on Jan 13the the Church of Scientology of Berlin was going to open.  Mr. Miscavige even showed photos of the way it was going to look.  But I'll tell you these didn't do it justice.

This church is really magnificent!


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Oct 16, 2006
Rain Forest

Is this worth saving?

 

 

Visit the Earth Organization and learn what you you can do to help.


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