Some Scientology Front Groups
These groups pose as "altruistic," usually concealing their
$cientology ties. They deliver "services," but their main
purpose is to serve or recruit for $cientology. The business and
professional-oriented groups obviously target people with plenty
of money. Some, such as the CCHR, exist to destroy competition
and gain the cult dominance in the mental therapy field. Some,
like Citizens Rescuing Youth and the education-related groups
exist to indoctrinate and recruit impressionable children.
Narconon and Criminon however are a bit of a mystery - FOR WHAT
PURPOSES WOULD $CIENTOLOGY WANT TO RECRUIT AMONG EXPERIENCED
- Applied Scholastics
- Apple and Delphian Schools
- The Way to Happiness
- Citizen's Commission on Human Rights (CCHR)
- Sterling Management
- Singer Consultants
- Concerned Businessmen's Association of America
- World Literacy Crusade
- Dignity For The Aged
- Citizens Rescuing Youth
- Ebony Awakening
- Cult Awareness Network (CAN)- once a group helping cult victims,
they were sued into bankruptcy and taken over by the "church" of
You left out two Mangement front groups which target Dentists, Veterinarians,
Chirporactors and Podiatrists. Hollander Management and the Marcus Group.
Marcus operates out of Deerfield, Il and is less known than Sterling, Singer or
They are all fronts to lure these target groups into the
scientology cult. Why Dentists etc,.... because these guys are
suckers for business improvement and they all have great credit
cards which can be maxed up to $50,000-$100,00. Ask the wives
of Dentists, Veterinarians etc. that have been lured into the
cult via this scam.
There is no mystery about Narconon. It's a phoney drug rehab
program used to lure people into scientology. It's a good scam
as many are concerned about drug addiction and will support
almost anything that claims results.
Criminon. Why would scientology want to recruit among
criminals? Certainly, this speaks for itself.
> There is no mystery about Narconon. It's a phoney drug rehab
> program used to lure people into scientology. It's a good
> scam as many are concerned about drug addiction and will
> support almost anything that claims results.
The claim is that Hubbard had his people develop a drug rehab
program under his name, because he thought it would win him a
Nobel Prize. CoS continues to use it because it provides a good
propaganda set-piece, the same way that totalitarian regimes
parade their public works projects. It is also probably
lucrative for CoS, as it charges the same exhorbitant prices
that other drug rehab programs do, but needs only a few CoSborg
less-than-minimum-wage slaves to run it rather than expensive
aides, nurses, social workers, psychologists, and doctors.
to Shy David's Scientology Page.