EBIs warn about Scientology, Nuertingen, Germany


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EBIs warn about Scientology, Nuertingen, Germany

April 25, 2001


Esslinger Zeitung

(red) - Under the heading of "A drug-free life" the Scientology sect is currently sending households in Nuertingen and vicinity invitations to an exhibition in Stuttgart. The Eltern-Betroffen-Initiative (EBIs) is issuing a warning about visiting this sects exhibition. The exhibition pretends to serve the fight against drugs, but under this guise, the EBIs said, is the threshold to the dangerous Scientology sect. For many years the sect has combined its so-called "anti-drug campaign" with [lost] ent offensives.

Informing us about the danger of the Scientology sect is the chairperson of the EBIs, Liselotte Wenzelburger-Mack from Grossbettlingen.

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