Current US Narconon Centers ~ Let's Help Shut Them ALL Down!

Discussion in 'Projects' started by RightOn, Apr 20, 2012.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Excellent! IRL work has kept me away from the rumpus today, but I'll make contact with that comment thread again, before the week is out.
  2. DeathHamster Member

    I tend to doubt that there's a direct link. On a Narconon front site, the comments about the bogus success rate and Scientology would disappear right away. All they seem to do there is have some shills post.
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  3. The phone number is linked to

    Informed Treatment Solutions (eg. New Life=Narconon);

    2618 W. Grand Reserve Cir #629
    Clearwater, FL 33759
  4. clearwater 3.jpg

    Yup! Those are the numbers!
  5. Anonymous Member

    Niko of Narconon Arrowhead at local school during Red Ribbon Week
  6. patriot75 Member

    Where was this?
  7. RightOn Member

    "Red Ribbon Week" is s statewide thing
    always have to watch for COS sneaking in and giving their talks
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  8. Anonymous Member

    sneaky fucking bastards
  9. Anonymous Member

    I see the bottom of the Oklahoma flag in the top right.
  10. Anonymous Member

    According to the caption that comes with the picture, it is supposed to be somewhere local to Arrowhead. Locals should be able to recognize school gyms.
  11. Intelligence Member

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  12. Anonymous Member

    Cougar Country
  13. patriot75 Member

    yes, about 3 miles from NN AH
  14. AnonMishka Member

    This makes me so angry! The principal states that they come every year! They've got to be stopped!!!
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  16. moarxenu Member

    Reb Ribbon Week is nation-wide and usually occurs in the third week of August October.

    Next year we should be pro-active and get Mothers Against Narconon to write a letter to all school districts and we can support with a campaign of emails and phone calls.
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  17. BigBeard Member

    narCONon = $cientology

    Bringing $cientology in to schools by disguising it as narCONon should be brought to the ACLU's attention.

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  18. anonysamvines Member

    The Principals, teachers and boards of these schools presumably read the papers, watch tv and listen to the radio and so know about the deaths at NN AH, even if not the others, the links to $sientology, the inflated,and unsubstantiated claims made for their success, the debunking of their claims by science and experts, and yet still allow them in? Hard to claim you had no idea in that area.

    Do they not have a duty of care to check on groups they allow to talk to their students? and by duty of care and checking I mean doing more than looking at the groups own claims.
    Bad drug prevention advice and info is not better than none!

    ffs sometimes wogs annoy me more than the fucking clams and make me want to invoke Darwins Law!

    Is it worth pooning the PTA? the media? maybe they will be able to get through to these eejits.
  19. RightOn Member

    someone needs to ask the teachers and the principle PUBLICALLY in the local newspapers why NN are allowed to talk to these kids, and mention they are being told that all medications are poison. Include a copy of COS's PR!
    Maybe poon editors of the local papers?
  20. anonysamvines Member

  21. Anonymous Member

    channel 4 news

    send news tip form

    maybe contatc Jarrel Ward of Tulsa World too, he has covered the other stories

    on opinion page of Tulsa World
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    Send to Mail to Tulsa World, Letters to the Editor, Box 1770, Tulsa, OK 74102. For more information, call 918-581-8330 Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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