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[Blog] Scientology NarCONon Fraud in France
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Scientology NarCONon Fraud in France
3 June 2009, 10:47 pm

From Le Figaro:

http://www.lefigaro.fr/actualite-france/2009/06/02/01016-20090602ARTFIG00595-scientologie-les-responsables-s-expliquent-.php

Those in charge explain

Judged at Paris with other adherents, Aline Fabre, director of the "purification" cure, said it is done after consulting a doctor.

In front of the microphone, topped by a severe bun and wearing a rather outdated outfit, Aline Fabre didn't make much of an impression. Her hearing, which opened the second week of the trial of Scientology in Paris, on Tuesday allowed the court to address some of the charges against some of the six people under investigation: the illegal practice of pharmacy.

Since 1994, Aline Fabre, who earned between 100 and 150 euros per week, has been the Paris director of the purification cure that members of Scientology have to do  As described a few days ago by Aude-Claire Malton a former follower who has since filed a complaint, it involves many days of alternation between running, five-hour sauna sessions and doses of vitamins -- a program Aude-Claire Malton said was exhausting and disturbed her stomach.

According to Aline Fabre, the sauna "is a religious practice and the bottom line is sweating," said the woman of 42, and continued: "This is done to spiritually free people of  chemical residues." Indeed, she followed the program herself and was certain a "mental fog" had lifted. But above all, she claimed that following the sauna treatment never caused a problem for 13,000 people. Aline Fabre explained that the entire responsibility rests on the shoulders of doctors. Before starting the program and "non- cure", as she called it, each person is supposed to consult their medical GP, who must assess whether he opposes it or finds it isn't indicated.*

"We must not interpret the Scriptures"

The sauna administrator thus relies on doctors and also shelters herself behind the doctrines of L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology. One of his books gives the precise doses of vitamins to take. Aline Fabre says she follows the recipes of the master. "The basic rule is that we must not interpret the Scriptures," she says. However, the prosecutor reminded her that others had described her as being far more active in the program. "They say you have control," said the public minister.

The President was interviewed shortly before about the opportunity to have new members tested immediately after the cure. "Considering the state of fatigue, it appears this did not work," says Sophie Helen Castle in considering a possible ulterior objective: to encourage frustrated members always to buy more courses. After some weeks and months, Aude-Claire Malton had spent  21,342 euros. "Ms. Malton was very pleased to have completed the program," said Aline Fabre.

Moments after his testimony, Alain Rosenberg, who presented in the motion to dismiss as the general manager of the center of Scientology in Paris, defined himself as 'an ecclesiastical coordinator.' "I am a man of the Church," he added, "not a CEO. The Church of Scientology is not a business."

*NOTE: I was told by a guy who did the Purification Rundown that he was sent to Dr. Claude Boublil to get approval -- but was NOT told the doctor was a Scientologist!



Source: Scientology's "NarCONon" Fake Front exposed

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