Gone But Not Forgotten
- Jun 27, 2015
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They've thought this through, Ireland is going through rapid social change iirc suicides in young males are at an all time high and many are unsure of themselves and their place in society. It's low hanging fruit for a predatory organisation.Hubbardites spreading into rural Ireland.
A GROUP representing people who have been former members of the controversial Church of Scientology has said it will be joining locals to protest at a site next week that it claims is to be used for drug rehabilitation programmes.
It says the former national school in Ballivor, Co Meath, was bought by the Scientology group at the beginning of last year and is currently undergoing refurbishment.
The Ex-Scientologists Ireland group says the Church, which recently opened a large base in Firhouse in Dublin, plans to run what is called a Narconon drug rehab centre at the Co Meath facility.
"The Narconon programme consists of running, very long sauna sessions and doses of vitamins and minerals many times beyond the safe limits, with serious potential side-effects including organ damage and death," claims ex-scientologist Pete Griffiths.
The first public meeting about the Narconon development in Ballivor was held just before Christmas and attended by 170 people.