All of them, those in power, and those who want the power, would pamper us, if we agreed to overlook their crookedness by wilfully restricting our activities.
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|The Toronto Globe and Mail of
Oct. 13 reports that Alderman Susan Fish will demand her
name be removed from the list of advisors to Narconon, a
drug rehabilitation agency, because the organization was
not candid with her about its link to the Church of
Scientology, the controversial cultic organization.
Fish had been assured by a Narconon representative that the agency was not connected to any church or creed when she questioned references to the fact that Narconon used the techniques of L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, and that Hubbard had an interest in religions.
The Globe and Mail reports that "When Narconon started in Toronto its connection with Scientology was concealed and then played down when inquiries were made to staff members, all Scientologists." "But," the story goes on, "documents from the cult's files in Canada and the United States show otherwise . . . Narconon was on a cult list of groups it had set up as apparently independent corporations, but which were used to further the work of Scientology through public relations, recruiting or propaganda . . ."