Narconon Trois-Rivieres is CLOSED! :-)

Discussion in 'Narconon' started by Intelligence, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. Intelligence Member

    No, not NN free - - YET:) This Alberta one is tiny. In a house with 4-6 patient capacity?

    I know the scilon who owns/operates it - - preparing dox to to submit to Gov authorities
    and use the same strategy/format to close it down ASAP.

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  2. Xenu Is Lord Member

    It looks like the Canadian Government did their research, too their time and did it right. I suspect that NNTR will not win any appeals in the near future. No money coming in, spending only money going out can only hurt them.
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  3. Xenu Is Lord Member

    I am wondering if you can forward the findings of your provincial government? I think we can get a lot of milage out of their findings.
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  4. Anonymous Member

    Nobody is answering. Just a message.
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  5. Intelligence Member

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  6. Intelligence Member

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  7. Anonymous Member

    I saw what you did there.
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  8. Anonymous Member

    Transferred to the United States, just what we need.
  9. BigBeard Member

    Merde! Do the relatives of these people know they're being transferred out of the country? And are they all being transferred willingly, or were they just herded on to a bus in the middle of the night?? BigBeard
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  10. GuyFox Member


    Likely the latter, although I hope at least some were rescued after the nationwide report on CBC.
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  11. Intelligence Member

    Subtitles are being done right now for the TV News Broadcast earlier today:)

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  12. Intelligence Member

    Some most likely will have issues being trasferred to USA if they have criminal records.

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  13. GuyFox Member

    BTW, wasn't there a narconon in Vancouver? Google search brings up a website.
  14. Intelligence Member

    No, just a Fake address for referrals only. An Anon drove there and checked it out and
    undercover phone calls by someone else.

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  15. Xenu Is Lord Member

    Go West young man! and south too :)
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  16. Mutante Member

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  17. Intelligence Member

    I think the theater of the unorganized "Anonymous" should give themselves a pat on
    the back. Although unorganized, "many" have a common bond and agenda.

    The "Intelligence" network (again unorganized), has blown me away in AWE!

    We knew many hours before the press got wind. All Anonymous Forums had published
    before anyone else knew. The "Insider" leaks from within the Cult, are many, and they
    are cruising on the "DeadWinds" of futility and delussions of Freedom; when in reality
    the passengers are being duped my Hubbard and his !!!&%69@#!!!, David Miscavige.

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  18. BlooAnon Member

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  19. Intelligence Member

    Young man??? LOL,..., I wish - I'll be 60 on May 30th :-(

  20. DeathHamster Member

    These days, they'll need at least a passport to cross the border.
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  21. Xenu Is Lord Member

    Well us youngens can't keep up LOL
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  22. BlooAnon Member

    Or one of those new drivers licences. But Passports are generally the norm.
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  23. Intelligence Member

    Suppose it's in ma' Genes,..., LOL - - my Irish Father immigrated to New York along
    with hundreds of thousands. It was the only way to survive. His Father and Kin, fought
    and died in many Northern Ireland battles, but as my Daddy said, "We NEVER gave up - and we WON" :)

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  24. Intelligence Member

    Maybe one CAN present alternative doc???
    Travelling to the United States

    All travellers, including US and Canadian citizens, must present a valid passport or other approved secure document when entering the United States. Visit the Canada Border Services Agency website for a list of accepted documents for travel to, from or through the United States.
  25. Anonymous Member

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  27. RightOn Member

    wait... I thought they said earlier that the patients of the center were being located to reputable drug treatment centers?
    They transfered patients to other centers? wat?
  28. Anonymous Member

    Those cookie-cutter web sites are ubiquitous. Vancouver was quite thoroughly investigated and came up empty. What remains is a "therapist - rehab specialist" that was once part of Narconon in Vancouver.

    Tibor A. Palatinus, CCDC (Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor)
    Narconon Drug Prevention Specialist
    Intervention Consultant
    Phone: 1-604-873-1762
    Website: Narconon Vancouver

    Upon investigation, it appears this person is now doing a lot of distancing of itself from narconon. While there are scientology completions on the list, the person now appears to be uninvolved with narconon. Smart Rat? It seems to have left the sinking ship.
  29. Anonymous Member

    AFAIK, the article said that the govmnt was looking for reputable centers to take the patients, but that NN had already transferred them to other NN.
  30. Anonymous Member

    This ruling only applies to Quebec. I don't know if there is anything to stop them moving their shop to a different province.
  31. RightOn Member

    wow that can't be legal?
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  32. Xenu Is Lord Member

    Dude there are places to cross along the border. I saw a town once where one side of the street is Canada and the other the US. People walk over to eat lunch in the other country. These places are not typically neat normal crossing points but they do exist.
  33. Anonymous Member

    Just called, they wont answer the phone still.
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  34. Intelligence Member

    Remember way back here when I asked for help and a "Sticky" - - at that time, I didn't even
    know WTF a "Sticky" was,..., LOL :)

    And there Andre Ahern stands with a box of 750 pages of rubbish!, with DUH, stamped
    on the lid. We countered with over 3,700 pages to the Ministry alone; more to the
    Certification Committee and a few thousand to Human Rights Commission, plus 1,200
    pages to Senator in Ottawa on two visits.


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  35. Anonymous Member

    Want to know whats in my Jeans? LOL This whole turn of events has made me happy in the pants :)
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  36. Anonymous Member

    Seems to me that they will blame the issue on the Doctor and therefore claim that it was an isolated case and all other facilities are reputable.
  37. Intelligence Member

    Holy SHIT!!!!! It's on the National CBC TV News right now:)

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  38. Anonymous Member

    We countered with over 3,700 pages to the Ministry alone; more to the
    Certification Committee and a few thousand to Human Rights Commission, plus 1,200
    pages to Senator in Ottawa on two visits.


    BEHOLD! The
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  39. Intelligence Member

    I already addressed the"ISOLATED" BULL SHIT I knew they would claim and the Gov agreed.

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  40. Intelligence Member

    In Com with Tony Ortega - this should be good:)

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