Report: Scientology-based anti-drug course


NarCONon is Scientology!

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

Forward: The individual quoted here -- Clark Carr -- is one of the better known ringleaders of Scientology's "NarCONon" scam, and the notion that the fake "drug rehabilitation" front is some how seporated from the rest of the Scientology corporation is an obvious lie given the overwhelming evidence.

These criminals have never provided a single bit of evidence to back up their outrageous claims of Hubbard's bizarre quack medical notions being successful and yet that doesn't stop them from lying about it with every breath. So when some Scientology crook tells you their "NarCONon" fake front some how has nothing to do with Scientology, chalk up another endless lie by the Scientology corporation.

[NOTE: After it was discovered that Scientology's NarCONon is a quack medical fraud with no scientific basis, the crooks were thrown out of our children's schools. There's no telling how much damage the norotious cult did to the kids who were subjected to their frauds.]

Report: Scientology-based anti-drug course

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Jun. 9 (UPI) -- A widely used U.S. school anti-drug course includes all Scientology and Dianetics Handbook basics, the San Francisco Chronicle reported Wednesday.

Scientology correspondence obtained by the Chronicle on the free anti-drug program called Narconon Drug Prevention and Education said it teaches concepts directly taken from the Church of Scientology, including some medical theories many addiction experts describe as "irresponsible."

The Chronicle said Narconon's anti-drug instruction rests on key church concepts, such as the body stores all kinds of toxins indefinitely in fat that creates havoc on the mind until "sweated out."

Narconon's anti-drug prevention lectures have reached 1.7 million U.S. schoolchildren, and Narconon officials insist it is secular, with a firewall existing between it and the Church of Scientology.

"It's our job to keep them separate," said Clark Carr, president of Narconon International. "We work full time to do this. If we went into the school district as Scientology, with the separation of church and state, it wasn't going to work. It would be as if someone said, 'I have some things in the Bible I think would be very helpful.' No, thank you. It's corporately and financially separate, and that's appropriate."


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