Scientology National Affairs Office in Washington, DC

Discussion in 'Scientology and Anonymous' started by The Wrong Guy, Sep 12, 2012.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Sounds like someone
    Sounds like someone has poopie pants. You mad?
  2. Anonymous Member

    WTOP radio aried this same segment on the FM yesterday durring rush hour.
    I can see a cash on the web for the story on their site but can't find the article now?

    bnv.wtop.sports/main;sport=stories;tile=1;pos=top;sz=728x90,970x90;ord= Home Sports ... Monday - 11/5/2012, 6:40pm ET .... Scientology: True religion or cult?

    As of July 2009, WTOP is ranked #1 in the Arbitron ratings among radio stations in the Washington area. Ooooop, I guess Scientology did not want a bit with protesters going out on the number 1 station at rush hour :(
  3. Xenu Is Lord Member

    ? WTF?
  4. Anonymous Member

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  5. anonysamvines Member

    great vid:)
    piss poor effort by the scilons -Xander did you not give them your itinerary?
  6. The Wrong Guy Member

    Here's another new press release from the cult.

    Church of Scientology Helps Washington D.C. Activists Acquire Drug Prevention Skills


    Social Reform Director of the Church of Scientology National Affairs Office in Washington, D.C., Jesse Morrow (center front) presented each seminar attendee with a drug prevention certificate.

    Religious leaders and directors of community betterment foundations immersed themselves in drug prevention training in November at the Church of Scientology National Affairs Office in the newly restored Fraser Mansion in Washington, D.C..

    Coming on the heels of National Red Ribbon Week, the seminar was conducted by Jesse Morrow, National Affairs Office Social Reform Director, who began with an overview of the church-supported Truth About Drugs curriculum covering the most commonly abused drugs: marijuana, alcohol, Ecstasy, cocaine, crack cocaine, crystal meth, inhalants, heroin, LSD, prescription drugs, painkillers, and Ritalin.

    “The Truth About Marijuana booklet was emphasized in the seminar for two reasons,” said Morrow: “There are a lot of mixed messages about the effects of marijuana, making it one of the most misunderstood drugs, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) study of August 2011 ranked the District alongside the 10 states whose residents most frequently use the drug.”

    Several of those attending are former addicts who have turned their lives around and are now drug prevention activists, helping youth avoid the grip of addiction they once suffered. They discussed their own drug dependency having begun with marijuana and each spoke of the accuracy of The Truth About Marijuana booklet.

    After studying and discussing The Truth About Marijuana booklet, the attendees watched the public service announcement on marijuana and section of the Real People—Real Stories documentary on the drug.

    At the close of the three-hour seminar, each participant presented with a Truth About Drugs Educator toolkit, containing the full array of The Truth About Drugs educational resources.

    “I go away from here with a tool that can save my students and my church family,” said one attendee. Another found the program “full of useful information that can be readily applied.” One minister, initially concerned that his lack of personal experience with drugs would limit his credibility and effectiveness, left the seminar saying he felt “empowered,” now confident he could help his congregation with this important issue.

    More at,c9343663
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  7. Anonymous Member

    Religious leaders id Scientology code for NOI. lulz.
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    Kolaleh (Koko) Tabibzadeh sharing the truth about drugs with teens to help them choose to live drug-free lives
    Los Angeles---Kolaleh (Koko) Tabibzadeh and her husband chose Glendale, California, as a friendly, safe community in which to raise their family. In 2012, a newsflash changed her life.
    Local radio reported the death of a Glendale boy who overdosed on prescription medications obtained from family medicine chests. He and his friends took the drugs “for fun,” passing them around at a party. The boy died just a week before his 16th birthday.
    With two boys of her own, ages 15 and 20, Tabibzadeh admitted she was naïve, never suspecting this form of drug abuse existed in her community. Galvanized by the tragedy, she was determined to get involved in drug education. She contacted Kathy Morrill, coordinator ofthe drug education and prevention initiative of the local Church of Scientology, who gave her a copy of the booklet The Truth About Prescription Drug Abuse. The fact-filled publication contains such information as:
    • Every day in the U.S., 2,500 youths from 12 to 17 abuse a prescription pain reliever for the first time.
    • Prescription drug abuse, while most prevalent in the U.S., is a problem in many areas around the world including Europe, Southern Africa and South Asia. In the U.S. alone, more than 15 million people abuse prescription drugs, more than the combined number who reported abusing cocaine, hallucinogens, inhalants and heroin.
    • A 2007 survey in the U.S. found that 3.3 percent of 12- to 17-year-olds and 6% of 17- to 25-year-olds had abused prescription drugs in the previous month.
    Launched on a mission to prevent such a senseless action from harming teenagers like her own, Tabibzadeh began calling police precincts, schools and PTAs around Glendale. She conducted seminars at the Glendale Community Center and organized showings of the documentary, Truth About Drugs—Real People, Real Stories, to parent groups including the Glendale and Hoover High Schools Parent-Teachers Association and Armenian and Latino PTA groups. She regularly volunteers her time to train kids in local classrooms and school auditoriums.
    “The documentary is very direct,” says Tabibzadeh. “The information is right there—plain and simple. Former addicts and former drug dealers who lived in hell when addicted talk about how the drugs they used affect the body, mind and spirit.”
    The documentary, public service announcement and booklets, which cover the most commonly abused substances, don’t simply say, “Just say no.”
    “They are factual, riveting and realistic,” she says, “and they make the consequences obvious. I see the Truth About Drugs as an insurance policy to protect your children’s lives.”
    The Church of Scientology has published a new brochure, Scientology: How We Help—The Truth About Drugs, Creating a Drug-Free World, to meet requests for more information about the drug education and prevention initiative it supports. To read a copy of the brochure or to learn more about the Church of Scientology drug education program, visit the Scientology website.
    Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard wrote, “The planet has hit a barrier which prevents any widespread social progress—drugs and other biochemical substances. These can put people into a condition which not only prohibits and destroys physical health but which can prevent any stable advancement in mental or spiritual well-being.”
    The Church of Scientology supports the Truth About Drugs, one of the world’s largest nongovernmental drug education and prevention campaigns. It has been conclusively proven that when young people are provided with the truth about drugs—factual information on what drugs are and what they do—usage rates drop commensurately.

    Press Contact: Karin Pouw
    Tel: 323-960-3500
  9. The Wrong Guy Member

    The cult just uploaded this:

    Tour of the Founding Church of Scientology of Washington, D.C.

    Ratings have been disabled for this video.
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  10. ^^ Wow what a fucking awful soundtrack. So we can all just pitch up for sunday services in the chapel then?
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  11. Bogus. The only thing that's authentic is the sterile emptiness.

    But no sign of the hired thugs or stray bag-ladies or lying scumbags.

    And surely no tour of the DC morgue is complete without a Sparrow or a Squirrel?
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  12. Ethically questionable cult-like behavior. Do not want.

    Setting up a table outside the property with a "free stress test" could be cool though, but way too many of you fuckers have forgotten about the lulz. By taking advantage of the power of lulz, this is a great opportunity to do something whacky and actually get some media exposure about this building and its inherent intentions. Especially now, post super-bowl.

    Set up a marcabian make-shift embassy outside their gate. Demand that scientology will "set xenu free." Beg them to share their OT soopahpowahz with us so we can save the world. I dunno; be creative, and bring cake. Have fun, dress up in silly costumes and point at the scilons. Point at them and laugh. Before you know it, the rest of Washington will be pointing and laughing at them too.

    Remember, none of us can be as cruel as all of us.
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  13. Horseradish Member

    Yeah, it sounds like a Pearl & Dean local cinema ad for a carpet shop, circa 1950.
  14. Ah that will be the one that talented musician LRH wrote
  15. RightOn Member

    so are these people armed with TWTH booklets and DVDs to hand out?

  17. THTW: The Way To Happiness?

    There are few who rise to the Martin Luther King, Gandhi, L.Ron Hubbard* level of great humanitarianism.

    * Convicted Fraud, Bigamist, Child Abuser, Embezzler, Money Laundering Thief, Kidnapper, Illegal Gulag Operator, Racist, Plagiarist, Wife Abusing , Brain-Washing, Drug and Alcohol Abusing Scam Artist who stole 17 WWII Medals of Honor to embellish his Shameful Biography of Total Lies.

    To LRH: Hip, Hip.......
    Yay, Ron

    Google: L. Ron Hubbard: Neglect and abuse of Children

    (You'll find 1,690,000 results, Scientology's handling of children is criminal simply by following LRH Policy regarding their treatment,imho)
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  18. The Wrong Guy Member


    Here's the cult's press release from today:

    Scientology National Affairs Office Hosts Forum on Synthetic Drugs

    On United Nations International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, the Church of Scientology National Affairs Office hosted a drug prevention forum focusing on a new breed of dangerous synthetic drugs.
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  19. RightOn Member

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  20. The Wrong Guy Member

    Today this press release appeared online:

    Mexico Police Unit Trains on Scientology-Supported Drug Education Initiative

    Scientologists work with Mexican police to help youth live drug-free lives.

    To ensure youth in Mexico are provided with the information they need to make informed decisions to live drug-free, the Social Reform Office of the National Scientology Organization of Mexico helped organize and conduct a training program July 8-12 for the Mexico City Police Unit for School Safety.

    Among the functions these officers carry out is drug education and prevention in Mexico City schools. They are aware of the devastating impact of drugs on the education, health and lives of young people.

    More than 100 officers in the unit attended the workshop on the Truth About Drugs educational program where they learned to conduct drug education using the 13 Truth About Drugs booklets, public service announcements and a feature-length documentary.

    The police officers recognized the tools provided through the Truth About Drugs program as a way to reach young people with effective, fact-based education before they start to experiment with drugs.

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  21. The Internet Member


    Everytime I see a link between Homeland Security and Scientology, I die a little inside.
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  22. DEA = Homeland Security?

    Not that I like the DEA working with and promoting an organized crime syndicate (Scientology).
  23. The Internet Member

    My mistake. The DEA are under the DOJ not the DHS.
  24. RightOn Member

    WHY WHY WHY is this still going on? They didn't get the fucking memo?
  25. The Wrong Guy Member

    Here's a press release that the cult published today:

    Church of Scientology National Affairs Office Celebrates One-Year Anniversary

    Government officials, diplomats and community leaders joined the Church of Scientology National Affairs Office October 3 to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the dedication of their office at Fraser Mansion in Washington, D.C. Special guests included U.S. Congressional member Corrine Brown of Florida, former U.S. Congressman Dan Burton of Indiana, four ambassadors, congressional staff, dignitaries and numerous representatives of NGOs.

    Helping to host the celebration was actress Jenna Elfman, Golden Globe Winner and recipient of the Howard University Goodwill Ambassador Award for her work in the field of human rights and criminal rehabilitation and reform.

    Jenna Elfman spoke of the humanitarian programs the Church of Scientology supports. “When you reach to help someone you want to actually see results,” she said. “That’s what is unique about these social betterment programs. Every time they are implemented, effective change happens, conditions improve in society, people get better.”

    As a hub for disseminating these programs internationally, the National Affairs Office has worked with dozens of Congressional offices, embassies, U.S. State Department desks and nonprofit groups since its dedication September 12, 2012, to bring the public and private sector together to effect change. It has hosted more than 100 workshops, forums and seminars on issues including human trafficking and other human rights abuses, illicit drugs, recidivism, energy reform and illiteracy.

    Continued at ... Celebrates One-Year Anniversary/8753923.html
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  26. DeathHamster Member

    I guess they don't discriminate against frothing wonderbread moonbats, and they're taking Scientology's front group claims at face value.
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  27. DeathHamster Member

    Corrine Brown seems to be doing the Scientology PR circuit, and has appeared the CC in LA. Her support goes long back, to that House committee resolution condemning Germany for picking on the Scientologists.
    They've contributed to Dan Burton.
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  28. wolfbane Member

    Howard Uni is a bigtime Nation of Islam hotspot. The NOI spokesholes always seem to have Howard on their resumes/profiles. Goggle: NOI Howard University and there is a long history there.
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  29. moarxenu Member

    Someone aptly called the Scientology National Affairs Office "the OSA Org."
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  30. DeathHamster Member

    At the Martian Embassy.
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  31. Anonymous Member

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  32. The Wrong Guy Member

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  33. The Wrong Guy Member

    Deputy ambassador of a small African nation? Scientology wants to buy you lunch! | The Underground Bunker


    After Hubbard’s death in 1986, the federal government, in the form of the IRS, continued to be Scientology’s biggest bogeyman, and was the target of a vast harassment campaign until, in 1991, President George H. W. Bush’s IRS commissioner, Fred Goldberg, agreed to meet with Scientology leader David Miscavige, who brought along his lieutenant, Marty Rathbun.

    Rathbun tells us Goldberg looked relieved when they told him the thousands of lawsuits against the IRS, filed by individual Scientologists, would all evaporate overnight if they could just find a way to a settlement. Goldberg then started a process that two years later, under the new president Bill Clinton, resulted in tax exempt status for Scientology. It was Miscavige’s greatest victory as leader of the church.

    And now, even as Scientology is in decline and Miscavige has numerous serious problems on his hands, he’s trying to extend Scientology’s influence in Washington. He re-opened a National Affairs Office in a renovated Fraser Mansion, and his crew there, including spokeswoman Sylvia Stanard, are trying to make inroads with D.C.’s movers and shakers.

    Given Scientology’s rotten reputation, it’s been slow going. But even an outfit like Miscavige’s can find a few no-name diplomats from small countries to come by for a bite to eat.

    One of our tipsters leaked to us a slide presentation that the National Affairs Office has put together to show off its success luring deputy ambassadors from Third World countries to come by for luncheon. We thought you’d enjoy leafing through it.
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  34. RightOn Member

    VULTURES circling
    I always thought that a double sided cardboard cut out of vulture with wings that flapped when you moved it (on a stick) would be so great at a protest. There can be a little sign hanging from its mouth reading "Scientology is Here To Help"

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