Foundation for a Drug Free World

Cult Paradox: Why Scientology Is Collapsing As a Function of Its Burgeoning Real Estate Empire

The Church of Scientology is so heavily entrenched in Downtown Clearwater that it has become harmful to the community. Scientology does not pay taxes on its huge portfolio of tax-exempt properties in Clearwater and yet demands police and fire services, uses the roads, freeways, and other public infrastructure. Worse, Scientology has driven businesses, redevelopment, and tourism dollars out of Downtown Clearwater, thus further depressing the economy and tax base of Clearwater. In 2017, Scientology even announced its brazen plans for what amounted to a hostile corporate takeover of Downtown Clearwater. The details are quite alarming as can be seen in an excellent and highly detailed article by Tracy McManus of The Tampa Bay Times.

Compounding matters, John P. Capitalist recently noted that many public Scientologists are moving out of Clearwater, Florida to escape the never-ending onslaught of Scientology regges. In  Scientology “registrars” are called “regges” and are actually salespeople. All across Scientology, the regges demand donations on a daily basis. It is very bad in Clearwater and Los Angeles where the largest concentrations of Scientologists live. John P. wrote of the public Scientologists in Clearwater:

…I’ve heard from several sources that a number of longtime members have moved out [of Clearwater] in order to avoid visits from desperate “regges” in the middle of the night ringing the doorbell and demanding cash. They’re claiming to be moving for innocuous reasons like “to be closer to the grandkids,” but apparently they’re just tired of the stress and want to deal with the cult from a distance. It’s not clear how many people are making the move, but even a few sure makes it sound like the rank-and-file (all those dentists, chiropractors and small business owners) are reaching a saturation point.

It is quite true that Scientology regges do show up unannounced at any hour of the day or night at the homes and businesses of public Scientologists to demand money. I personally know dozens of former Scientologists to whom this happened. In many cases, when the public Scientologists refused to answer their front door, the rampaging regges went into backyards and beat on the patio doors in an attempt to flush their quarry from hiding. Deplorable conduct but it is nevertheless true.

As Scientology regges are usually Sea Org members, public Scientologists who treat them rudely or object to their intrusive tactics can get in very serious trouble with the Church for doing so. These salespeople are deemed to be helping “Clear the Planet” and so their unwanted intrusions are considered justified by Church management. For this reason, public Scientologists have taken to refusing to answer their doors and have stopped answering their phones as a means to avoid the greedy Scientology fundraisers. These hapless public Scientologists choose to hide as they know the regges have complete immunity to engage in predatory and intrusive tactics that include invading the privacy and sanctity of one’s own home.

John P.’s observation of the flight of public Scientologists from Clearwater led me to create this simplified graph and the accompanying commentary:

J. Swift’s Scientology Real Estate Axiom #1: The more real estate the Cult of Scientology owns in a given area, the more public Scientologists will flee the area, refuse to accept regging phone calls, attend regging briefings, or accept unannounced and intrusive home regging visits. This “Public Scientologist Money Flight” occurs as a function of an ever-increasing number of Scientology fundraising personnel occupying buildings that contain competing Orgs, Scientology front groups, and Scientology fundraising programs.

In practice, each new piece of Scientology real estate becomes a standalone business operating unit within the Scientology corporate structure. These standalone operating units are called “Orgs” or “Social Betterment Groups” and each has its own weekly fundraising quotas.  Scientology also has fundraising programs for both current and planned programs. These fundraising activities also have weekly financial quotas. All of these separate business operating units result in intense competition within Scientology for a shrinking pool of donations.

TAX EXEMPT STATUS + ENDLESS FUNDRAISING = SCIENTOLOGY REAL ESTATE EMPIRE

As a condition of receiving tax exemption, US tax law requires religious tax exempt organizations to spend money in the public benefit. For example, if Catholic churches  provide free services to the homeless this is seen as helping to reduce the tax burden on the US Government. Hence, tax exemption is viewed as a form of exchange. L. Ron Hubbard, however, taught that giving anyone anything for free was wrong. Hubbard said charity was “rewarding a downstat” as it rewarded people for doing nothing. Hubbard’s 1950’s view of poverty was that poor people were lazy; did not want to work; were worthless; and only wanted free welfare checks and handouts.

Hubbard’s 1950 view of poverty became Scientology doctrine. Given Scientology’s doctrinal refusal to engage in charity, the only things Scientology can actually spend its money on are real estate, self-promotion, and financing its perpetual state of warfare with those people and groups it deems enemies. This spending plan results in the Scientology we see today: A self-aggrandizing, angry, paranoid, and hostile cultic group characterized by its bloated real estate holdings and its insane and lavishly-financed wars against former members, critics, the media, and those governments that oppose Scientology and correctly see it as a for-profit business.

THE PARADOX IN WHICH THE SCIENTOLOGY CULT IS TRAPPED

The endless purchasing of real estate by Scientology is paradoxically and ultimately self-destructive as it acts to exponentially increase fundraising pressures amongst competing Scientology business units while simultaneously driving membership and donations out of the Church. Scientology incessantly boasts that the growth in square footage it owns proves Scientology is growing. However, this is a misdirection. While Scientology’s real estate portfolio is indeed growing, the Cult quietly sweeps the real story of its shocking membership decline under the rug.

Scientology’s Ideal Org program was a debacle which proved that the more real estate Scientology purchases and accumulates, the fewer members it will have. The Ideal Org scam drove untold thousands of people out of Scientology due to incessant fundraising demands. Likewise, the Basics book campaign was a giant $100,000,000+ cynical money grab that saw legions of people leave Scientology.

The pointless accumulation of real estate by Scientology is a function of its tax exemption and L. Ron Hubbard’s policy that endless fundraising must occur. What Hubbard called “new money” must be brought into the Scientology each week. The smallest possible portion of this “new money” is spent paying expenses. Hubbard mandated that the remaining money be locked away in untouchable reserves. Hubbard purposely designed Scientology to generate large cash reserves. This is why Scientology’s main focus is on money. Because the IRS does not allow excessive capital accumulation by tax exempt entities, however, Scientology spends part of its reserves on the items described above.

Scientology also spends the minimum amount of money possible on its Sea Org labor force. Sea Org members live far below the US poverty level of $13,860 in annual income for an individual. Legally speaking, Sea Org members are not employees and are classed as religious volunteers. As such, they receive a meager weekly stipend of $50, usually less, plus room and board. Scientology’s goal is to spend the least possible amount of money on Sea Org members while demanding the maximum amount of production. Sea Org members routinely work 80-100 hours per week. A Sea Org work week is six and one half days in duration.  One half day is given to do laundry and clean one’s berthing area. Scientology’s slave labor program also applies to the child labor Scientology uses in the Sea Org.

FLAG LAND BASE

As an illustration of my premise, Scientology’s Flag Land Base in Clearwater, Florida has numerous Orgs, Scientology front groups, and  fundraising programs that compete with each other daily for an ever-shrinking volume of donations. Here is what a Scientologist can be expected to donate to, or pay for, on a trip to Flag Land Base; this list is not exhaustive:

1. Flag Service Organization — Mandatory donations for auditing services and courses
2. The International Association of Scientologists — Scientology’s multibillion dollar slush fund
3. Lodgings at one of the several Scientology-owned hotels
4. Meals at one of the several Scientology-owned restaurants
5. Citizens Commission on Human Rights — The rabid anti-Psychiatry component of Scientology
6. The Way to Happiness Foundation — A Scientology Front Group
7. Youth for Human Rights — A Scientology Front Group
8. United for Human Rights — A Scientology Front Group
9. Foundation for a Drug Free World — A Scientology Front Group
10. Applied Scholastics — A Scientology Front Group
11. Criminon — A Scientology Front Group
12. Volunteer Ministers — A Scientology Front Group
13. The Basics Book Campaign — Fundraising to put L. Ron Hubbard’s books into libraries
14. The Ideal Org Campaign — Fundraising to buy more real estate called “Ideal Orgs”
15. The Archival Project — Fundraising to store L. Ron Hubbard’s works in nuclear proof vaults
16. Advanced Payments — Scientologists are asked to donate money now future services later
17. The L. Ron Hubbard Hall — a planned auditorium in Clearwater

MONASTERY SCIENTOLOGY

Monastery Scientology is a term I coined in 2008 when I predicted that Scientology will be drained of its middle class parishioners and become a haven for only the wealthiest of Scientologists who can afford to stay in the game. Monastery Scientology is becoming inevitable as only the wealthiest and most status-obsessed Scientologists will remain in the Cult of Scientology.

At present, the Cult is in a Palace of Versailles phase in which wealthy Scientologists vie for David Miscavige’s attention and favor as signified by a competition for larger and gaudier IAS statuses and trophies. These statuses and trophies require wealthy Scientologists to increase ever-larger amounts of cash to Scientology.

The prime example of failure in this pointless Palace of Versailles status race was Scientologist Richie Acunto. After donating ten million dollars to Scientology, his Survival Insurance company went bankrupt. And to his ignominy — and that of Scientology —  Richie’s ten million dollar IAS trophy languished in a storage locker. When Richie failed to pay rent on the storage locker, its contents were sold at auction. Richie’s $10,000,000 trophy was sold on eBay to the highest bidder. The Church of Scientology was likely the highest bidder as the Acunto trophy has never been seen since it was sold on eBay. Again, another inconvenient matter swept under the rug. Richie Acunto has been long forgotten by Scientology.

This Palace of Versailles phase is characterized by a never-ending series of useless galas awash in flimsily contrived stories of imagined Scientology global triumphs, wildly inflated and nonsensical statistics, and garish trophies and awards. One of Scientology’s more patently absurd claims is that the mere distribution of its insipid Way to Happiness booklet reduced crime in Colombia by 50 percent.

In the terse no-nonsense language of American corporate life these events can be correctly described as circle jerks.

The Church of Scientology Increasingly Embraces Big Pharmaceutical Companies

CCHR.JAWThe Church of Scientology is infamous for its rabid attacks on Psychiatry and what it calls “Big Pharma.” In the tweet above we see Scientologist and OSA operative John Alex Wood going straight for the jugular by candidly and publicly admitting that the true purpose of Scientology’s lunatic Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is, “the total ANNIHILATION of psychiatry world wide.”

Scientology is opposed to psychiatric drugs in particular and all pharmaceuticals in general. This opposition is driven by Scientology’s belief that drugs “mask the symptoms” of the underlying spiritual distress that is actually responsible for illnesses.

Scientology does not believe that mental illness exists. Scientology utterly dismisses Psychiatry as a fraudulent science and claims that “psych drugs” are part of a money-making racket designed to enslave and destroy people by drugging them into a crippled and helpless state solely for the profit of drug companies.

Scientology’s alternative to Western medicine is its own $360,000+ program of systematically exorcising one’s body thetans. However, as Scientology considers its OT levels a “trade secret” — an odd term for a so-called religion — Scientology cannot publicly discuss its OT levels. Thus, Scientology is left in an odd position of negating Psychiatry while being completely unable to discuss its trade secrets which purport to hold the key to solving all of the existential problems of human life.

Given this context, it was quite surprising for me to see Tony Ortega’s story today in which the Scientology father-daughter team of Bernard and Meghan Fialkoff opened the NASDAQ trading session. I say this because the Fialkoff’s are prominent leaders in Scientology’s front group the Foundation for a Drug-Free World. The Fialkoff’s are front and center of this NASDAQ PR photo:

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The Scientology Cult takes the NASDAQ open by the the Fialkoff’s as a big PR win. However, 325 major pharmaceutical firms are listed on the NASDAQ. Many of these firms make Psychiatric medications. Over against this, the Fialkoff’s are advocating that people live drug free lives and belong to a Cult whose avowed purpose is to destroy Psychiatry and Psychiatry drugs.

Bernard and Meghan Fialkoff opening the NASDAQ trading day is like fervent anti-gun advocates opening a gun show. That Scientology Freedom of Medal winners Meghan and Bernard Fialkoff must literally go into a Big Pharma stronghold like NASDAQ in order to get Scientology some PR drips with both irony and Xanax.

This is exactly like Scientology billionaire Bob Duggan who donated $72 million in Big Pharma stock (AbbVie Inc) to his private foundation and earmarked the dividends of ~$2.9 million per year to fund Scientology and its phony front groups.

Here are 50 of 325 major pharmaceutical firms listed on NASDAQ. This is what Meghan and Bernard Fialkoff essentially endorsed today when they opened NASDAQ trading:

AC Immune SAACIU
ACADIA Pharmaceuticals Inc.ACAD
Acasti Pharma, Inc.ACST
AcelRx Pharmaceuticals, Inc.ACRX
Achaogen, Inc.AKAO
Achillion Pharmaceuticals, Inc.ACHN
Aclaris Therapeutics, Inc.ACRS
Acura Pharmaceuticals, Inc.ACUR
Adamas Pharmaceuticals, Inc.ADMS
Adamis Pharmaceuticals CorporationADMP
Aduro Biotech, Inc.ADRO
Advanced Accelerator Applications S.A.AAAP
Advaxis, Inc.ADXS
Aeglea BioTherapeutics, Inc.AGLE
AEterna Zentaris Inc.AEZS
Affimed N.V.AFMD
Agile Therapeutics, Inc.AGRX
Agios Pharmaceuticals, Inc.AGIO
Aimmune Therapeutics, Inc.AIMT
Akari Therapeutics PlcAKTX
Akebia Therapeutics, Inc.AKBA
Akorn, Inc.AKRX
Albireo Pharma, Inc.ALBO
Alcobra Ltd.ADHD
Alder BioPharmaceuticals, Inc.ALDR
Aldeyra Therapeutics, Inc.ALDX
Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc.ALXN
Alimera Sciences, Inc.ALIM
Alkermes plcALKS
Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Inc.ALNY
AMAG Pharmaceuticals, Inc.AMAG
Amarin Corporation plcAMRN
Amicus Therapeutics, Inc.FOLD
Amphastar Pharmaceuticals, Inc.AMPH
ANI Pharmaceuticals, Inc.ANIP
Anthera Pharmaceuticals, Inc.ANTH
Apricus Biosciences, Inc.APRI
Aptevo Therapeutics Inc.APVO
Aquinox Pharmaceuticals, Inc.AQXP
Aralez Pharmaceuticals Inc.ARLZ
Aratana Therapeutics, Inc.PETX
Arbutus Biopharma CorporationABUS
Ardelyx, Inc.ARDX
Arena Pharmaceuticals, Inc.ARNA
Argos Therapeutics, Inc.ARGS
ArQule, Inc.ARQL
Array BioPharma Inc.ARRY
Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals, Inc.ARWR
Ascendis Pharma A/SASND

Scientologist on Twitter Admits Scientology’s Purpose to Annihilate Psychiatry

While Scientology’s phony STAND group screams about discrimination, Scientologist and OSA operative John Alex Wood skipped the religion angle and went straight for the jugular on Twitter when he candidly and publicly admitted the true purpose of Scientology’s Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR):


This tweet is important to expose as it shows Scientology’s naked fascist aggression and actual intent to destroy psychiatry on a global basis.

There are law enforcement agencies that distribute literature from Scientology’s front group Foundation for a Drug Free World. These agencies need to be informed that whenever they distribute this literature they are, unwittingly, aiding and abetting Scientology’s goal to annihilate to psychiatry on a global basis.

For more information on Scientology’s infiltration into police departments, see our previous article How Scientology hooks public officials on its addictive anti-drug front.

These are the books Scientology gets into the hands of police departments:

The Church of Scientology then uses photos of police officers distributing these booklets in its PR. Scientology’s overt goal is to get smiling cops holding Scientology literature. But behind these photos ops we find a more sinister and covert purpose: Police agencies are being unknowingly used as part of Scientology’s war to destroy psychiatry. Moreover, police agencies are also being used to steer drug addicts to Scientology’s bogus $35,000+ drug treatment program Narconon.

See our previous article: The Real Truth of Scientology’s Narconon Drug Treatment Program is Body Thetans

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How Scientology hooks public officials on its addictive anti-drug front

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(Note: This article was originally published on Tony Ortega’s Underground Bunker and is reprinted here for archival reasons)

Recently, we wrote about a police chief in a small Minnesota town who found himself being flown to Washington DC to be feted by the Church of Scientology and one of its celebrities, actress Erika Christensen. Why did he deserve this treatment? He was being celebrated because he had purchased anti-drug pamphlets from a Scientology front group, the Foundation for a Drug-Free World. After we wrote a couple of stories about how the police chief was being used in Scientology public relations, he had a change of heart and is no longer teaching the Foundation’s classes in his town. Now, contributor Jeffrey Augustine looks a little more closely at how Scientology uses the Foundation to lure in unsuspecting public officials.

How does the chief of police of a small town in Minnesota find himself in Washington DC unwittingly promoting a Scientology “drug prevention” front group? It was the result of a well-designed Scientology program that is intended to lure unwary educators, law enforcement figures, and other overworked public officials tasked with drug education. This machine has ten parts:

1. A lofty and noble-sounding name: The Foundation for a Drug Free World. Who would suspect that an organization with such a fine name and apparently noble purpose is actually a shill for the Church of Scientology and designed to spread awareness of its founder, L. Ron Hubbard?

2. An equally lofty and noble-sounding website name: drugfreeworld.org. Who doesn’t want a drug free world? Scientology uses the names of its front groups to paint itself as a champion of literacy, education, human rights, drug prevention, and drug treatment. Who would oppose such vital and important activities?

3. A highly aggressive, and very expensive Google AdWords campaign for key search terms. Spyfu.com estimates that the monthly advertising budget for drugfreeworld.org is $21,400:
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4. Google AdWords work: The Church of Scientology’s Orgs, missions, and front groups are all legally separate non-profit corporations. Accordingly, each of these legally separate corporations qualify for $10,000 – $40,000 per month in AdWords campaign grants from Google. These legally separate corporations allow Scientology Inc. to cumulatively receive millions of dollars per year from Google’s AdWords donation program for non-profits, as church official Brandy Harrison boasted at a Scientology fundraiser in 2014, saying that Google had given Scientology $5.7 million in free advertising up to that point.

Google’s donations — along with additional Scientology monies likely paid by the IAS — are used to optimize search results. This is why The Foundation for a Drug Free World consistently comes up on the first page of Google when conducting a search using the keywords “drug and alcohol abuse.” This high Google placement lends an air of legitimacy to the covert Scientology front group:
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5. A noble mission statement posted on the group’s website. This mission statement deliberately omits any mention of the Church of Scientology or L. Ron Hubbard. Coupled with the noble mission statement on the group’s website is the offer of a “FREE information Kit and Educator’s Package.” There is also a free “The Truth About Drugs DVD.” This offer of free help by a “Foundation” just might seem like a godsend to an overworked official:
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6. A free and easy to use “plug and play” product line: On the surface, The Foundation for a Drug Free World offers educators, law enforcement, and other officials a free and easy to use series of booklets and DVD’s There is even a pre-prepared series of classroom lessons and tests about street drugs and their effects. This ready-made drug education curriculum is designed to meet the requirements for school districts or law enforcement to obtain grant monies, or, to satisfy the requirements of grant monies already received. The police chief in Minnesota needed to find a way to spend his city’s part of a $1.5 million federal grant, and fast. The Foundation for a Drug Free World’s materials must have seemed like a slam dunk. All he had to do was to pay shipping.

The Foundation for a Drug Free World’s free “plug and play” product line is very tempting for overworked cops and teachers. While the free booklets are vivid and attention-getting, they remind this writer of an update to the overheated and apocalyptic “Chick tracts” distributed by Christian fundamentalists:
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7. All we ask of you is one little favor: The seemingly-innocuous cost of The Foundation for a Drug Free World’s generosity and “help flow” is that you agree to give the Foundation some feedback and testimonials. Just check the box and agree; it’s just a little formality:
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8. Data harvesting and lead qualification: After you check the box and proceed, we at The Foundation For a Drug Free World just need a few more details. As I was going through the Foundation’s website and saw this form, I was reminded that a key part of any successful sales organization is to generate and qualify leads. Hence, the “free” educator’s kit order form is actually a way to harvest data and qualify leads.
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9. Snap the trap: This information on the above form is everything to Scientology. A lone school teacher in a poorly funded parish school in, say, Louisiana, has limited PR and financial value to Scientology. However, a police chief in control of grant money is a major PR coup. This “hot lead” went right to CSI VP Bob Adams for immediate follow up. While Scientology’s Sea Org workers have no money for toilet paper or replacement uniform parts, the church has all the money in the world to fly a police chief and his wife to Washington DC and have his photo taken with Scientology actress Erika Christensen. A police chief lends incredible credibility to the Foundation. Indeed, this is why the Foundation for a Drug Free World advertises in The Police Chief magazine. I know this for a fact because I read about it in issue #120 of Impact, the official magazine of the International Association of Scientologists:
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The Foundation For a Drug Free World exploits good people who have spent decades building their careers and reputations. This is how a police chief’s good name and image is used by the Church of Scientology.

10. Attack the attackers: Scientology’s noble-sounding front groups allow Scientologists to create an important tautology. Whenever Scientology’s “social betterment” groups such as Narconon are exposed as scams, Scientologists reflexively respond to criticisms by arguing, per Hubbard’s self-serving fallacy, that only SP’s don’t want people to get better. Therefore, those who “attack” Scientology’s “social betterment” campaigns are SPs working for Big Pharma, etc. This same line of attack is invoked against “bitter defrocked apostates” (former Scientologists) who expose the Church.

Even the title of Hubbard’s Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health is based upon this same fallacious syllogism: Dianetics is committed to mental health; anyone who opposes mental health is suppressive and evil. Scientology really is a bubble world made of dense, hyperbolic, self-absorbed, and self-reinforcing language rooted in logical fallacies. One example: In Scientology, Hubbard declares his non sequiturs to be axioms, and, per Hubbard, science itself is built upon axioms. Thus, Scientology is scientific, and, science is true. Thus, to attack Hubbard or Scientology is to attack science and truth.

Speaking of science, I conducted a field investigation of the entity under discussion:

FOUNDATION FOR A DRUG-FREE WORLD
1626 NORTH WILCOX AVENUE NBR 1297,
LOS ANGELES CA 90028-6206
EIN 20-5812172
The address is a mailbox rental store in Hollywood located near the Scientology landmark, the Hollywood Guaranty Building:
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A check with the California Secretary of State reveals that Scientology attorney and Snow White unindicted co-conspirator Kendrick Moxon is the agent of service for the Foundation For a Drug Free World:
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The url drugfreeworld.org is registered to Pascal Cottier, the Foundation’s director, who has also been identified as a part of the Church of Scientology’s media relations office. An online check of IRS 990 forms shows that the Foundation last filed a 990-EZ in 2010. As of 2014, The Foundation for a Drug Free World has no assets or income listed. This suggests that either OSA or the IAS, or possibly both, are funding the Foundation’s activities.

(Note: this paragraph edited from Underground Bunker article) The website drugfreeworld.org has an IP address of 50.56.4.226. A reverse IP check shows this IP to be shared by 265 Scientology entities:

1. able.org
2. anthropinadikaiomata.org
3. aoshuk.com
4. appliedscholastics.org
5. azutaboldogsaghoz.com
6. azutaboldogsaghoz.net
7. azutaboldogsaghoz.org
8. bridgepub.com
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21. criminon.org
22. derwegzumglucklichsein.com
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24. desjeunespourlesdroitsdelhomme.org
25. dewegnaareengelukkigleven.com
26. dewegnaareengelukkigleven.org
27. dianetics.cn
28. dianetics.in
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30. drugfreeworld.org
31. ehrenamtlichergeistlicher.org
32. elcaminoalafelicidad.es
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38. forentformenneskerettigheter.org
39. freedomdrugrehab.com
40. freedommag.org
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44. goldeneraproductions.org
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63. laviadellafelicita.org
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73. ministrevolontaire.org
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107. narconon-warnersprings.org
108. narconon.jp
109. narconon.org.au
110. narconon.org
111. narcononafrica.org
112. narcononarrowhead.org
113. narcononaustralia.org
114. narcononcanada.org
115. narcononeurope.org
116. narcononfreedomcenter.org
117. narcononlatinamerica.org
118. narcononlatinoamerica.org
119. narcononlouisiana.org
120. narcononnepal.org
121. narcononnewliferetreat.org
122. narcononojai.org
123. narcononuk.org
124. neitilstoff.org
125. nejtilldroger.org
126. nejtilstoffer.org
127. neolaiasgiaanthrwpinadikaiwmata.org
128. newerapublications.com
129. newerapublications.es
130. newerapublications.it
131. newerapublications.org
132. newerapublications.ru
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134. noaladroga.es
135. noalladroga.org
136. nonaladrogue.fr
137. notodrugs.jp
138. notodrugs.ru
139. ocaminhoparaafelicidade.com
140. ocaminoparaafelicidade.org
141. onkenteslelkeszek.org
142. oxfordcapacityanalysis.org
143. pravacheloveka.org
144. religiousfreedomwatch.com
145. rtc.org
146. sagneinzudrogen.org
147. scientologi.dk
148. scientologi.se
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150. scientology-cclasvegas.org
151. scientology-courses.com
152. scientology-courses.net
153. scientology-courses.org
154. scientology-losangeles.org
155. scientology-losgatos.org
156. scientology-lyon.org
157. scientology-muenchen.org
158. scientology-newyork.org
159. scientology-orangecounty.org
160. scientology-padova.org
161. scientology-philadelphia.org
162. scientology-phoenix.org
163. scientology-portelizabeth.org
164. scientology-quebec.org
165. scientology-sacramento.org
166. scientology-sanfrancisco.org
167. scientology-sanjose.org
168. scientology-stuttgart.org
169. scientology-tampa.org
170. scientology-tech.com
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With the exception of Narconon, the Foundation For a Drug Free World exists solely — like Scientology’s other “social betterment” groups – as a rented PO box linked to a website with a shopping cart. That’s it. This Foundation is an ankle-deep operation designed to generate PR for the Church and hopefully snag some grant money from unwary cops and teachers.