Author Topic: What's been happening in France since the fraud convictions?  (Read 1748 times)

Offline ethercat

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Roger Gonnet posted an update to ARS:

Subject: Scientology eats dust and more dust in France
Date: Sat, 16 Oct 2010 11:48:55 +0200
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Yeah, two books in a week and lots of articles appeared this week!

First, an historical-political essay and documentation book from Emmanuel
Fansten, called "Scientology, autopsy of a state cult" (in french, the
correct title is Scientologie, autopsie d'une ecte d'├ętat.

Second, a book by Psychiatrist doctor Christian Delbeaux, "Additions et
religions" (sientology being one of the attacked cults; I was one of the
lecturer in the congress day last year)

Third, packs of excellent articles against the dangerous cults,
scientology again first criticized, since the Official french MIVILUDES
( has issued another Guide - a manual - to apprehend how
kids are trapped in cults.

This Manual got lots of press TVs and radios.

Great results against the crime cult, day after day after months and
decades. Clams are probably less than 300 "core members" in france now.
Some of them having been heavily sentenced in october 2009, waiting for
more in Appeal courts!


The best part is he is estimating less than 300 "core members"!   :::-O-:::
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Re: What's been happening in France since the fraud convictions?
« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2010, 22:05 »
Good news.  o=R=o
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Re: What's been happening in France since the fraud convictions?
« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2010, 14:26 »
Well done, France!
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