Legislation regulating Narconon Arrowhead heads to Govenor's desk
Legislation regulating Narconon Arrowhead and other drug rehabs is headed to the Governor for signing.
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“I am AKA Polly ”
Since: Jun 08
#1 Apr 17, 2013
There arent bombs exploding in scientology, but people are dying by its hand regadless
#2 Apr 19, 2013
How those addicts can have the face to run rehabs is beyond me.
Has there ever been a successful case from Narconon that didn't have any affiliation to Scientology afterwards? Or more importantly beforehand??!!!!
possibly scientology's heavyhanded tactic could scare someone off something - I just don't know but I sure 21st century medicine may be able to do a better job without nasty side-effects. And from what I hear scientology has a concept of accepting addictions called "at cause." I suppose its easier to be at cause with an addiction around a criminal enterprise like scientology - easy access to virtually any level of depravity one might wish when their golden rule is do what thou wilt within the confines of KSW.
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