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Germany's state broadcaster is locked in a row with the Church of Scientology which wants to block an upcoming feature film that depicts the controversial organisation as totalitarian and unethical. Bis Nichts Mehr Bleibt, or Until Nothing Remains, dramatises the account of a German family torn apart by its associations with Scientology. A young married couple joins the organisation but as the wife gets sucked ever more deeply into the group, her husband, who has donated much of his money to it, decides to leave. In the process he loses contact with his young daughter who, like his wife, is being educated by Scientology instructors. Scientology leaders have accused Germany's primary public TV network, ARD, of creating in top secret a piece of propaganda that sets out to undermine the group, and have demanded to see it before it is broadcast.
Scientology is involved in MANY charitable programs, such as drug-rehabilitation, literacy campaigns, retraining efforts, free counseling and guidance as part of Scientology's vibrantly successful Criminon program, etc.
these organizations are all Scientology fronts specifically designed -- as per Hubbard policy obtained in Federal raids in the 1970's -- to get what the cult calls "raw meat into the shop."
The crooks are so pathetic in their lies about charity that when Time Magazine covered their criminal, brainwashing, money-motivated operations, the Scientology cult published an insanely stupid "rebuttle" that was one long, protracted TR-L -- what the cult calls "Training Routine Lies."
Among the lengthy, insane ranting "rebuttle" to the factual and quite damazing information that Time Magazine provided was the nonsense claim that the cult had helped to educate one and a half million African children. Well guess what; the crooks lied. The African government was contacted and told about this claim.
The response from the African government said, in summation -- and I quote -- "I'm afraid that's just another one of their fabrications." This Scientology cult, like Jim Bakker's criminal organization, makes claims about helping people in far away third-world countries in the hopes that no one has the resources to check up on their claims.
With the advent of the Internet and instant communications, however, the checking up on these insanely profound lies is extremely easy to do.
A PIECE OF BLUE SKY -- SCIENTOLOGY, DIANETICS & L. RON HUBBARD EXPOSED by Jon Atack © Jon Atack 1990