Narconon: The connection with Scientology was concealed!


NarCONon is Scientology! Forward: For a systematic, detailed, professional exposure of Scientology's "Narconon" front group, visit the Narconon Exposed web site.


Prepared by the Coalition of Concerned Citizens,
PO Box 290502, Tampa, FL, 33687

Scientology's "tech" has finally been examined in the light of day.

That group usually confines its manipulations to a carefully controled environment where "results" can be created by hype, controlled information, and group pressure. The value of "auditing," for example, is asserted on a basis of anecdotal testimony about a subjective state, perceived in terms of group expectation, in a setting where lack of agreement is seen as disloyalty to one's friends.

The same kind of trap could have become established at Narconon-Chilocco. The lease of Indian lands and the application to open the facility were based on information provided by Narconon. The connection with Scientology was concealed.

Probably the Scientologists expected it to continue that way, with their "drugs-to-cult conversion clinic pulling in money unseen, on tribal and, hidden from civil authorities.

They have learned that a shout of "religious discrimination" is usually sufficient to dissuade authorities from looking closer at their money-making machines.

But it didn't work this time. The citizens, press, and officials of Oklahoma uncovered the truth ad blew the whistle. Narconon's "treatment program" was examined on its own merits by competent authorities--and found to be without substance.



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