Discussion in 'Education, Research and Inside Reports' started by i'mglib, Apr 28, 2012.
This was posted by Radio Paul on OCMB:
A little background information.
The deputy chief of police of Santa Ana is apparently going to attend the idle org opening in Orange County because he is soooo amazed by Scientology's drug program. They gave him some booklets, and he thinks they're just great.
So, Radio Paul found out what the booklet was, and it's The Truth About Drugs.
Now, it would be nice to pass along the Deputy Chief of Police what exactly is wrong with the program and the booklet. So, it would be nice to see quotable links to Scientology. Personal stories would be good, too.
I'll bump the thread again for you tomorrow glib. There is a lot going on with Narconon atm.
Officer doesn't know Google-Fu.
What Narconon tells students June 9, 2004, Nanette Asimov, San Francisco Chronicle
State to evaluate Narconon - Research group tapped to look at anti-drug teachings July 2, 2004, Nanette Asimov, San Francisco Chronicle
Scientology link to public schools / As early as the third grade, students in S.F.and elsewhere are subtly introduced to church's concepts via anti-drug teachings June 9, 2004, Nanette Asimov, San Francisco Chronicle
Sabotaging drug 'education' in S.F. public schools June 14, 2004, Mitch Earleywine, Open Forum, San Francisco Chronicle
Probe of antidrug program ordered / State schools chief says he could bar Narconon teachings June 17, 2004, Nanette Asimov, San Francisco Chronicle
L.A. schools look hard at Narconon / Scrutiny follows S.F., state review of anti-drug program June 23, 2004, Nanette Asimov, San Francisco Chronicle
Narconon banned from S.F. schools August 25, 2004, Nanette Asimov, San Francisco Chronicle
Church's drug program flunks S.F. test / Panel of experts finds Scientology's Narconon lectures outdated, inaccurate October 2, 2004, Nanette Asimov, San Francisco Chronicle
Schools urged to drop antidrug program / Scientology-linked teachings inaccurate, superintendent says February 23, 2005, Nanette Asimov, San Francisco Chronicle
Schools put drug program on notice / S.F. tells lecturers linked to Scientology to fix inaccuracies June 10, 2004, Nanette Asimov, San Francisco Chronicle
Doctors back schools dropping flawed antidrug program March 27, 2005, Nanette Asimov, San Francisco Chronicle
So Chief, do you want the ^Truth^ or the "Acceptable Truth"?
Anonymous delivers. Thanks DH.
Anyone with any more?
Is Scientology in Your Schools? September 1, 2004, Robin Jacobs, The Humanist
Purged From SF Schools, Scientologists Woo Weeuns Out of State December 17, 2008, Matthew Smith, SF Weekly
Schools Bar Anti-Drug Program June 24, 2004, Cara Mia Dimassa, Los Angeles Times
Scientology Unmasked March 3, 1998, Joseph Mallia, Boston Herald
Scientology lessons in schools August 16, 2005, Liam Houlihan, Herald Sun
Scientology reaches into schools through Narconon March 3, 1998, Joseph Mallia, Inside the Church of Scientology, Boston Herald
When I was a kid I remember one of these anti-drug talks. I think it had the opposite effect on me, although I never got into drugs.
They gave a statistic indicating that a huge number of kids were doing drugs. This made me feel left out, like a party was going on that nobody told me about. They also gave us a booklet that was like a little encyclopedia of street drugs and the euphemisms for them. They used cartoon characters looking totally crazed to drive home the point that you will have horrible personality changes if you do drugs. To me this seemed suspiciously exaggerated. And they pressed the point that prescription drugs could be just as bad as street drugs, that doctors don't always know what they're doing when they hand out prescriptions.
The presenters made drugs seem like an amazing experience. Drugs were apparently so good that people would sometimes risk everything for them. In short they made drugs seem like sex.
Tinfoil: Getting wogs on drugs is the bridge to the bridge to the bridge, provided that they steer clear of the psychs.
When I was a youth, I smoke weed out...
Tanks, guys. Good links.
I wonder if they will say that "The Truth about Drugs" is different from Narconon.
Here is what the Scilon website says in their "about us".
It sounds like they are trying very hard to not sound like Scientology or Narconon.
LOL! Their site is using the expensive proxy service that CoS uses for their main sites. In the past, the site was directly hosted on CoS servers.
CoS owned site notodrugs-yestolife.org redirects to it.
Not sure if this helps, but this ad has been up for a long time. Ontario schools were warned about it.
Man, they never learn, do they?
*face palm* #458760978
Really, guns? Guns, really? If I were David Miscavage I'd be callin' up the RPF escort service now.
If you're just a trolling anon and not OSA, you are failing on account of over-doing it.
You can't hook fish with a note that says, "The bait goes here." Actual bait needs to be on the hook.
"It’s kind of alarming that, in 2012, anyone would patronise young people with fear-mongering so ridiculously overhyped. But maybe that’s no surprise, given The Church of Scientology’s skewed and long-discredited ideas about drug abuse and drug rehabilitation."
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