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Badische Neueste Nachrichten
November 10, 2003

JUNGE UNION AGAINST SCIENTOLOGY

Last Saturday on the market place in Karlsruhe the Junge Union (JU) and a group called "Ausstieg" endeavored to point out the danger of the psycho cult Scientology. In "Ausstieg" are a combination of people who have been members in cults like Jehovah's Witnesses and Scientology. The presenters at the information table had learned that Scientology would have a table on the north side of the market place after the legal permission for it had been approved.

Several weeks ago, Scientology also had a big tent on the market place, and this event was also approved by the Office for Civic Services and Security (BuS). The psycho cult was well mannered there, gave away flowers and appealed to young people -- young people are also the target group that the JU feels appropriate to reach. It was especially to protect youth from the manipulation of the cult that they were on the market place on Saturday, and they were glad for the help of Scientology escapee Gerry Armstrong. The Canadian was a member of the leadership's inner circle and a close associate of L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology, before he dropped out more than ten years ago. Since that time he has lived in a secret place in Germany.

The operators of the Scientology booth constantly took pictures of their "enemies" but denied this when they where asked about it. The head of the police authorities (BuS) Dieter Behnle is certain that Scientology's intelligence service OSA had professionals on the scene.

 

 
 

Original Article [Deutsch]
See Picket Report [ Deutsch] [English]

 

 

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