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Scientology in the NFWL, Lobby and Political Groups - Attacking Mental Health, Promoting Subversive Programs

Scientology's Agenda in the National Foundation for Women Legislators

Scientology Members in the National Foundation for Women Legislators, (NFWL)

Mental Health Politics - Where is Scientology Hiding?

Citizens for Social Reform, (CSR) and Scientology mobilize to "handle those idiots" after the 2004 election

More on Scientology's Plan to Fool our Citizens through CSR, Here and Here

Scientology, ALEC, CNP cult infiltration at a glance

CCHR - Human Rights Organization Attacks Its "Enemies" by Jeff Jacobsen

Tom Cruise - "I think psychiatry should be outlawed."

What are "Suppressive Persons," and why did L Ron Hubbard write for "Scriptures" that teaches members how to handle them?

Panel of experts finds Scientology's Narconon lectures outdated, inaccurate drug program flunks S.F. test
San Francisco Chronicle
October 2, 2004

XENU.NET's Scientology Press Pack Introduction to Scientology's tactics

Scientology's Secret War Against Psychiatry by Chris Owen

Legislators - Government Officials - Are citizens buying the dangerous detoxification because your name is on this Scientology website? - Concerned Businessmen Association of America

- "Race and Mental Heath Disparity"
Psychology Today

One story of medical malpractice by Ex-member Tory Christman

The lisa mcpherson contracts
thumbnail of december-january edition of razor magazine with article - The Curse of Scientology- RAZOR Magazine 2004

Time Magazine
- The Thriving Cult of Greed and Power

Readers Digest - Scientology - The Sickness Spreads

Pulitzer Prize Winning newspaper series - St. Petersburg Times

Richard Leiby's articles on Scientology

Help for Scientologists


Scientology's Scandals!


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How to Get Involved




Bruce Wiseman (CCHR) Letter - Give Tax-Deductible Donations to Scientology and Join NFWL, to Lobby Against Psychiatric Appropriations

"If the I.R.S. does in fact give preferential treatment to members of the Church of Scientology - allowing them a special right to claim deductions that are contrary to law and disallowed to everybody else - then the proper course of action is a lawsuit to put a stop to that policy."
Judge Silverman

CITIZENS COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS INTERNATIONAL Established in 1969 by the Church of Scientology to investigate and expose psychiatric violations of human rights


Dear friend of CCHR,

I know you would like to do everything possible to back up management's ongoing efforts to clear this planet. A key vector in this strategy is, of course, removing planetary suppression. In a word, that means getting rid of destructive psychiatric programs, treatments and philosophies.

At CCHR International we have a number of plans and projects coordinated to do just that. One of these is to see that the psychs are ...deprived of their unearned millions in appropriations..." (see "The Fight for Freedom" in the recent Ron Mag, Freedom Fighter). A terrific opportunity has just arisen that will help us do just that.There is an organization called the National Organization of Women Legislators (NOWL), and as the name implies, this group is made up of top woman legislators from local, state and the Federal Government. Senators, governors, congresswomen and others are members of this group.

They meet periodically and hear from speakers that they consider have issues of importance for their group. Their last conference drew 800 attendees. Their President recently called CCHR and asked if I would address their next meeting. Needless to say, I accepted.

This is a magnificent opportunity for CCHR to get its message delivered directly to some of the top policy makers in this country.

As with all such projects, energy is needed to make this fly. I want CCHR to become a member of this group so we can get our message out to this very important public on an ongoing basis about what psychiatry is doing to our schools, our courts and our civilization as a whole.

The meeting that I have been asked to address is in Washington, D.C. on February 4th. We need $l0.000 to become members of this group and to cover travel and lodging expenses associated with the conference. Ideally, I could bring others to help enlighten the numerous opinion leaders that will be at this conference. I will only be able to do this with your help.

Two years ago we started a similar project with the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). ALEC is a national organization made up of legislators from every state as well as some federal legislators who meet and draft "model Legislation" for every state. The bean return for that has been enormous! CCHR has worked its way up the conditions at ALEC and recently got an article published by ALEC in opposition to mandated mental health parity which went to key state legislators who deal with health issues in their respective states. In addition, the ALEC membership has opened the door to meeting numerous legislators and other opinion leaders from around the country and enlightening them on psychiatric fraud and patient abuse.

These kinds of comm lines are invaluable and having the opportunity to expand them to the members of the National Organization of Women Legislators is one we really do not want to pass up. Our target for the year 2000 is coming fast. We need these comm lines badly, and I'm asking you to help us with your financial support. We urgently need your tax-deductible donation in the amount of $500 or above! For every person who contributes $1000 or more, a personal commendation will be written from myself to your ethics files.

This is your 'moment of truth'. Come the year 2000, I would like to be able to say that you helped CCHR carry out LRH's intentions as above. We need this now! Joining this organization and attending this upcoming conference will open numerous doors for CCHR to cut psychiatric funding in the coming years.


Bruce Wiseman
President, National Office

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CITIZENS COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS, CCHR and its logo are trademarks and service marks owned by the Citizens Commssion on Human Rights. Grateful acknowledgment is made to the L. Ron Hubbard Library for permission to use a selection from the copyrighted works of L. Ron Hubbard.

"There are a lot of opinions out there as to what is wrong with Earth, 1995. But if you really want to eliminate those problems all you have to do is work for the objectives that we, as members of the IAS, have set for the year 2000: Objective One - place Scientology at the absolute forefront of Society. Objective Two - eliminate psychiatry in all its forms. Let's get rid of psychiatry, and let's bring Scientology to every man, woman and child on this planet."

David Miscavige, Chairman of the Board RTC, 1995

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