mercredi 17 août 2016

Not sure where to post this, but some are advocating LRH cleansing methods

I have been engrossed in this weird and frustrating discussion with a man on one of the many Tom Cruise videos, the infamous confrontation with Matt Lauer that has elicited some bizarre reactions. The individual defending Cruise as being a "nice guy" and is supposedly a Hollywood writer who has had only positive opinions of this man. When I asked this person whether he was aware of the atrocities of his cult and that Cruise has been aware of the child labour, the forced abortions, expensive gifts from Miscavige that required very low-paying Sea Org. Here is an excerpt of an article, Poison Begone, that credits Scientology with a niacin-based wonder drug of sorts:

[h=The dubious science behind the Scientologists' detoxification program for 9/11 rescue workers.]2[/h]By Amanda Schaffer

In September 2002, the New York Rescue Workers Detox Project began to offer free "detoxification treatment" to firefighters, police officers, and others exposed to high levels of toxic debris in the aftermath of the World Trade Center's collapse. The detox program—based on the teachings of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard and detailed in his book Clear Body, Clear Mind—purports to "flush" poisons from the body's fat stores using an intensive regimen of jogging, oil ingestion, sauna, and high doses of vitamins, particularly niacin. Funded largely by private donations—most notably from celebrity Scientologist Tom Cruise, as has been widely reported—treatment is provided at a clinic on Fulton Street in Manhattan as well as at a newer clinic on Long Island. Roughly 240 rescue workers and 80 downtown residents have undergone the program; most have paid nothing, although a few non-rescue workers have been asked to contribute $5,000 apiece.

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Not sure where to post this, but some are advocating LRH cleansing methods

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