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[Blog] Narconon is a Scientology Recruiting Scam
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Narconon is a Scientology Recruiting Scam
11 August 2008, 6:12 pm

Narconon is a front group for the cult of Scientology.

Narconon deliberately uses a name that sounds like Narcotics Anonymous, a legitimate 12-Step program, in order to mislead people seeking help.  Whereas Narcotics Anonymous is free, Narconon charges thousands of dollars and delivers nothing.

Narconon practices medicine without a license.  Their "treatment" for addiction consists of vitamins, saunas and cult brainwashing.  It is potentially dangerous and very often does more harm than good.

Narconon exploits vulnerable people--addicts and their loved ones--and cynically uses their desperation against them.

Narconon is a recruiting tool for Scientology.  There's no mention of the cult's name in the beginning, but by the end you are pressured to join.  There's no way to actually "complete" the Narconon program without joining the cult of Scientology.



Source: Scientology's "NarCONon" Fake Front exposed

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