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Canadian Senator attending Youth for Human Rights event

Discussion in 'Canada' started by peterstorm, Nov 12, 2017 at 6:17 AM.

  1. peterstorm Member

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  2. peterstorm Member

    Poon sent:

    Dear Senator Salma Ataullahjan,

    It has come to my attention that you are planning to attend a Youth for Human Rights event in Toronto on December 1st.


    https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/interna...elebration-tickets-39324352196?aff=erelexpmlt


    By attending this event, you are giving credit to scientology, an organization that has been convicted of breach of public trust in Ontario in 1992. This is not a religion, it is a criminal organization. Please research this organization. They are not what they seem.

    It is the modus operandi of scientology to cultivate a fake, pleasant image in order to trick people into thinking that they are a decent organization.

    See attached documents which show that scientology’s fraudulent drug rehab center, Narconon Trois-Rivieres, violated the human rights of clients. These are official documents from the Quebec Human rights Commission.

    As a human rights advocate, you cannot ignore these Canadian documents.

    Again, please reconsider attending this event. This would tarnish the image of the Senate.

    Yours truly,
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  3. The Wrong Guy Member

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  5. Intelligence Member

    AWESOME!!! I love it when a plan of poons comes together:D
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  6. Intelligence Member

    Private Twitter message to Senator:

    "Thank you for NOT attending this dangerous Cult function that continues to destroy adults and children around the globe. Their human rights abuses are far more serious than you can imagine. This organization was found guilty of human rights abuses by the Quebec Human Rights Commission, and found guilty on June 25, 1992, seven members were convicted for operations against the Ontario Provincial Police, the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). The Church of Scientology itself was convicted on two counts of breach of the public trust: infiltration of the offices of the Ontario Provincial Police and the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General. The Church of Scientology was ordered to pay a $250,000 fine. The Church of Scientology became the only Canadian religious organization to be convicted for breaching the public trust (the term 'religious organization' being used loosely; the Church of Scientology is not officially recognized by the Canadian Government as a religion."
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