Nancy Crartwright launches New Gun Ho Group

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  1. Triumph Member


    Nancy Cartwright launches the Know More About Drugs Alliance
    Friday, August 23rd, 2019
    WASHINGTON (ABC7) — The world knows Nancy Cartwright as the iconic voice of Bart Simpson, but the Emmy-winner is now using her voice to advocate for children around the world with the Know More About Drugs Alliance. The goal is to encourage parents to make the most informed decisions regarding prescribed drugs for their children. Nancy joined us alongside her co-founder Mathy Downing, who tragically lost her daughter at just 12 years old.

    takes Scientology's stance on ANTI-PSCYH MEDS

    Johnathan Lockwood-Renee Bessone and Greg Mitchel

    Renee Bessone wife of Scientology Lobbyist Greg Mitchell
    Renee created a group called Conscious Coalition to raise money and protest vaccines

    Scientology Lobbyist Greg Mitchell has been involved with a group in NY offering his services for Anti-Vaccine groups

    NY Times
    Despite Measles Warnings, Anti-Vaccine Rally Draws Hundreds of Ultra-Orthodox Jews


    Rabbi At Anti-Vaccination Symposium Blames 'Illegals' For Spreading Disease

    By WNYC WNYC and Gwynne Hogan May 14, 2019


    also see this thread created today

    founding member is quoted often and speaks at (Scientology front group) CCHR events
    KIM WITCZAK WITCZAK scientology

    Dr Toby Watson was given an award by the CCHR TOBY WATSON scientology&oq=DR. TOBY WATSON scientology&gs_l=psy-ab.3...3904.8041..8513...0.0..0.121.1230.3j9......0....1..gws-wiz.......0i22i30j33i299j33i160.qKBDP43W730&ved=0ahUKEwiih5W1krvkAhVtkuAKHTumBiAQ4dUDCAs&uact=5

    KEVIN P. MILLER Generation RX movie is promoted by Scientology
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    Scientology flavoured propaganda art by Nancy Cartwright
    Big Pharma in the Membrane
    Scientologist Tim Sabatino and Jim Meskimen
    with Scientology Jim Mathers
    Scientologist Denise Duff
    Nancy showing off he Scientology propaganda art
    rolling out the Scientology agenda in a Billboard campaign
    Tims caption is the same with all the above pix
    Moni G Rod
    LRH ( L. Hell Ron Hubbard ) on the membrane
  5. PainterofLite Member

    Lean&Mean advertising company in this quote say they partnered with Nancy Cartwright. The opioid mention is to get past people who might spot a Scientology crusade if they mentioned psychiatric meds up front and opioid drug abuse prevention is good for getting positive media attention lately:


    In 2017 alone, more than 47,000 Americans died from an opioid overdose.

    But sometimes big numbers can be overwhelming. Paralyzing. So, let’s put it another way. When the sun sets tonight, over 130 people will be dead from an opioid overdose. That’s 130 families who’ll never see their fathers, mothers, sons or daughters again.

    And come tomorrow, the story will be repeated with sobering regularity. With an epidemic that relentless, everyone probably knows someone who’s been directly affected. At Lean&Mean, we do.

    Opioids have incredible power. But so does advertising. If we can inform parents of what the dangers of opioids are, maybe they’d exercise more caution before giving them to their child. Or maybe find an alternative, and not give them at all. The idea was to get to them early. Before it becomes a problem.

    So we partnered with Nancy Cartwright, an LA-based artist, to create this outdoor campaign. It’s getting the attention of the local media.

    Hopefully, it’ll also get the attention of a son, daughter, mother or father.

  6. How about you fuck off with your spam.

  7. Yeah, Nancy Cartwright is cult member and has drunk the kool aide. Thank you for bringing this thread back .
  8. Another dead avenue
  9. conchosunwi Member

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