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Infinite Complacency series on Narconon

Discussion in 'Narconon' started by Albion, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. Albion Member

    Since I aim to post more on this subject, I thought I'd take the
    liberty of opening a new thread on my Narconon series.

    I published an introduction to the subject a couple of weeks ago:

    Narconon is a rehabilitation programme for addicts run on a
    system devised by Scientology's founder, L. Ron Hubbard. Experts
    say it is based on junk science and potentially lethal.

    Today, I ran the second in the series:

    Narconon is a variation on “casualty contact”, a recruitment policy
    Hubbard developed for Scientology in the 1950s, as internal
    documents make clear.

    More will follow, but once I start diving into specific cases, it will take time
    to assimilate the material. It is intimidatingly complex stuff. But I think
    what it reveals about how Narconon operates makes it worth the effort.

    Watch this space...

    Jonny J.
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  2. Anonymous Member

    bump for Jonny's awesomeness
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  3. Anonymous Member

    to read it is to love it
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  4. patriot75 Member

    You are doing a fantastic job Johnny....keep the truth flowing and don't forget to take time for some caek.
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  6. Albion Member

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  7. Intelligence Member

    Excellent^^^!

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  8. Albion Member

    I have a new post up, starting a sub-directory of the Narconon section.

    In 1984, a French court convicted two Narconon staffers after a
    woman died at their centre having suffered repeated epileptic seizures.
    Was it their fault alone, or did their negligence spring from Scientology's
    teachings?

    http://infinitecomplacency.blogspot.com/2013/04/ignoring-epilepsy-i_3446.html?utm_source=BP_recent

    While the death of Jocelyne Dorfmann has been previously reported,
    I don't think there has been much apart from a brief summary that
    appeared in a French government report. This account, drawing from
    the court judgment itself, gives a little more detail and kicks off a look
    at Scientology's attitude towards medicine in general and epilepsy in
    particular, which I think is relevant to the Narconon debate.

    Comments always welcome at the site.

    Jonny Jacobsen
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  9. Albion Member

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  10. Anonymous Member

    One of the best writers on the topic continues to deliver.

    Btw - did you ever get sorted on the details of the Johnston case?
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  11. Albion Member

    Yes, I think so: see my reply in the comments section here.
    Hope to be coming back to the situation in Ireland, past and
    present, at a future date.
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  12. Albion Member

    I've just written up Tory's 'Magoo' Christman's battle with epilepsy -- and how
    Scientology's quack treatment almost killed her -- at Infinite Complacency.

    It draws mainly on her existing posts, with some supplementary
    information from Tory, but I thought it worth doing because it is
    an important issue and fits into the series I am currently developing
    on Scientology's cavalier approach to epilepsy.

    Scientology's insistence that Tory Christman give up her epilepsy
    medication almost killed her, she says.

    http://infinitecomplacency.blogspot.com/2013/06/tory-magoo-christmans-story.html
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  13. moarxenu Member

    Great work, Jonny!
  14. :mad: I must say I suffer epilepsy and what Hubbard was saying, about my condition, shows how much a Prick he was and always will be. Burn in Hell LRH!!

    And Jonny ur stuff has even reminded me to go bed alot earlier,:p lol, so thanks n keep the Truth for the "Truth shall set us Free"!!
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