Scientology VS Psychiatry Addressing the need to reach out to as many people as possible in our Raids, I am proposing a new Campaign. The thesis is fairly simple: Scientology is heavily opposed to Psychiatry. To Justify their position let's compare the two. Specific fields for Analysis: 1. Similarities 2. Differences 3. Origins 4. Scientific Communities that support each 5. Continued Public Research 6. Qualifications for enrollment (More topics as suggested by Anonymous) For Example: Relating to topic 6; The Hippocratic Oath originated in Ancient Greece, and acts as a baseline for ethics in the practice of Medicine. All practicing physicians that graduated from Universities take an oath that is similarly derived from the original Oath. For discussion: Scientologists are Allegedly the most "ethical" people on the planet. Do their auditors take similar oaths guaranteeing they, "will apply, for the benefit of the sick, all measures [that] are required, avoiding those twin traps of overtreatment and therapeutic nihilism."? (Modern Variation of Hippocratic Oath: Hippocratic Oath - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) As far as I can tell, Psychiatrist go through medical school and take their oath before they practice medicine. What do the Scientologists do? These discussions put in fliers and signs help to engage people inside, outside and caddy-corner (Know nothing about) to Scientology. Drawing parallels between real life scenarios (A medical doctor who takes an oath to treat their patient ethically can be shown to conflict with someone who did not go to any type of school and bears no oath.) helps all kinds of people see the discrepancies between Scientology and real life. Any thoughts on this line of thought would be greatly appreciated.