CCHR at Concordia translation, CBC/Radio-Canada report feel free to spell check and stuff. related video -------- I want to thank the member of the public who tipped us on this next story. 0 :08 The Citizen’s Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is not a United Nation’s organization but a group linked to the church of scientology and its presence at Concordia university is disturbing. A report by Emilie Dubreuil. 0 :21 They accuse psychiatrists of inspiring Hitler to plan mass killings. They are actively against the use of anti depressants and Ritalin. 0 :31 For the CCHR, psychiatry is the enemy. 0 :37 The CCHR was founded by the church of scientology in 1969. 0 :43 For a week now, CCHR is present at the Concordia university campus to deliver its message. 0 :51 And it works. 0 : 56 This student is interested in a documentary. But do they know what is the origin of these informations? 1 :10 This organization apparently a commission for human rights. 1 :17 Anonymous, a group opposed to scientology, is questioning the presence of this exhibit on university campus. 1 :22 People at Concordia university are tricked by an organization trying to sell the scientology philosophy through the back door if you will. 1 :30 The director of this organization denies trying to convert students. 1 :38 Does it work with students? Are you able to recruit people? 1 :39 We don’t recruit people. We are here to informe people about mental health and the abuses of psychiatry and medication. 1 :53 Concordia U. is open to any point of view. 1 :57 It’s not for us to decide if the contents are convienient for us or not. 2 :03 If we can’t discuss all view points at our university, we’re not doing our work. Scientology is considered a cult in many countries. Here it’s a legitimate religious movement. Radio-Canada in Montreal.