Saturday, 3 October 2009

AnonOrange arrested (again!)

Thursday, 1 October 2009

The European Court of Human Rights ruled unanimously in favour of two Scientology

"Today, the European Court of Human Rights ruled unanimously in favor of two Scientology religious groups in Russia, finding that they have the right to be registered as religious organizations under Russian law. This decision determines that members of the Church of Scientology of Surgut and the Church of Scientology of Nizhnekamsk have the right to religious freedom and freedom of association pursuant to Articles 9 and 11 of the European Human Rights Convention."

Full text:

Sources say the decision will have no effect on the cult's status in Russia.

Cults and Coercion: How Ordinary People are Turned into Extraordinary Fanatics

A great audio lecture from an ex-Scientologists who now helps victims of many destructive cults:

"Twenty years ago, Paul Grosswald was recruited into the Church of Scientology during his sophomore year at Hofstra University. During six months of intense indoctrination he became increasingly drawn to the group, until he ultimately dropped out of school, moved into the cult's Manhattan compound, and signed a one billion year employment contract with Scientology's Sea Organization."

Click on the audio links (Interview and Q&A) here: