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L. Ron Hubbard - Scientology, Dianetics... and Racism: Introduction

«The Church of Scientology is seeking to expand into minority communities, especially the African American community. This site was created to expose Scientology's inherent racism and to serve as a warning to the public.»

L. Ron Hubbard - Scientology, Dianetics... and Racism: The Big Lie

«According to the Department of Education and Training, the Church of Scientology tried to use a front organization in 1989, the so called "Education Alive" but was not allowed to get involved in the Department's schools.

I am afraid their claim of teaching 1.5 million children in South Africa to read is just another fabrication.»

L. Ron Hubbard - Scientology, Dianetics... and Racism: Lying as Religious Rite

«In a 1992 Canadian court case, the defense lawyer (representing the Church of Scientology!) said that the prosecution witnesses [Scientologists] could not be believed, because they had all taken special training in how to lie.»

L. Ron Hubbard - Scientology, Dianetics... and Racism: Infiltration

«The primary goal of the Church of Scientology is to "clear the planet", that is, to convert the world to Scientology and impose its authority worldwide. Those who oppose its goals are considered Suppressive Persons ("SPs", or enemies) and the Church would "dispose of them quietly and without sorrow". This is Scientology's solution for people it cannot or does not wish to convert, an entirely repugnant notion in general but especially when put forth by a church

L. Ron Hubbard - Scientology, Dianetics... and Racism: Can the Church Deny It?

«Church dogma includes lying to control people, infiltrating organizations to subvert them, and slavish devotion to its founder, L. Ron Hubbard. Hubbard is a product of his time and expresses his racist views freely in his works. However, racial attitudes have changed greatly in the last 50 years—in fact, modern anthropological theory denies the existence of "race" altogether. Hubbard's opinions have not changed, and in fact cannot because they are Source: as the Church's sacred scriptures, they are immutable. There can be no doubt, therefore, that Scientology is inherently racist. Its own scriptures express it, its doctrine supports it.»

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