Canada drug rehab program still pushing deadly practices

"Don't move, and don't close your eyes or I will flunk you! Just keep staring into your Twin's eyes without smiling or I will start the clock at zero minutes again!"
 
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Nov. 11, 2016 - PRLog -- Narconon Incorporated (Canada), as of today, still has their website up online and Revenue Canada lists this entity as a charitable organization with a Training of staff and volunteers on techniques to assist others recovering from drug and/or alcohol addictions. Welcome to Canada's most controversial and dangerous drug rehab program.

According to Narconon Canada's director, Bard Melnychuk, on May 30, 2002, he stated at 'Canada's 37th PARLIAMENT, 1st SESSION', that: "…Narconons are improving, and some of them are very close to a 100% success rate." The Government agencies in Quebec say these success rate claims are not only misleading, but demanded that Narconon Trois-Rivieres in Quebec stop advertising and promoting their 70 percent success rate in their literature and websites.

For the past 20 years, Melnychuk has been the Executive Director of ABLE Canada, one of Scientology's charitable and educational institutions that the Internal Revenue Service has recognized as tax-exempt. All Narconons are Scientology-related entities, subordinate organizations, or sub-licensees.

Brad Melnychuk, staff from California's Narconon International, 'Establishment Officer', Aline Proulx, and Scientology's Office of Special Affairs (OSA) Director, Yvette Shank, and all spent time at Narconon Trois-Rivieres, Quebec – a 100-bed facility for drug addicts seeking help. Of course, Scientology, wanting to distance itself from Narconon, vehemently denies Narconon is Scientology.

The Office of Special Affairs (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Office_of_Special_Affairs) (Scientology's Intelligence organization with similar tactics to Russia's KGB), used to be called the "The Guardian's Office" or "GO." Shank is David Miscavige's (Scientology leader) woman of the far North – the one who supposedly cracks the whip of compliance, gathers Intelligence, especially when under attacked.

When the FBI raided the Guardian's Office in 1977, which led to the conviction of the GO's senior staff, it seized a huge quantity of confidential documents which revealed how the GO saw its relationship with Narconon. The papers show that Narconon was, in Scientology's own words, a "front group." It became a cash-cow to milk millions from into Scientology coffers.

Brad Melnychuk's ABLE organization is in fact, entirely administered and directed by members of Scientology's Sea Organization. Some of Narconon's staff, including corporate officers, are also Sea Organization members. All the Sea Organization is interested in is getting Scientology's so-called technology (Tech) and social betterment programs to everyone on the planet. All Narconons use Scientology Tech, and are forbidden to stray from it. This is L. Ron Hubbard (Scientology Founder), Policy and strict Doctrine. Any Sea Org staff who don't obey these Policies are subject to strict and severe discipline – many being confined to Scientology's prison, the Rehabilitation Project Force (RPF). A WikiLeaks leaked document:

"The RPF (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rehabilitation_Project_Force) isn't just vaguely similar - it is strikingly similar to those "re-education camps". They are all labor camps. They all require the prisoners to intensely study the doctrine. They all require frequent confession. They all require isolation from the rest of society. They all emphasize "the group is all, the individual is nothing." In all of them, the prisoners are understood to have betrayed the group but the group is benevolently giving them one last chance to redeem themselves. They all have no set duration, the abuse continues for years until the powers-that-be are satisfied the camp member is sufficiently re-educated so as to not cause any more trouble."

If this sounds like a North Korean prison camp, Dr. Stephen Wiseman agrees (http://scientologybollocksa.blogspot.ca/2013/02/scientology-was-country-it-would.html#.WCZ1_tUrLIU), stating in an article:

"I think that if Scientology was a country, it would probably be North Korea - I do think they're heading for an ending and it's going to be an apocalypse ending - I think it's going to be pretty grim, with tens of thousands of psychiatrists across the globe who are going to be quite happy about that."

Narconon Canada is promoting their dangerous drug rehab program to unwary, suffering addicts and their families. Several victims have died inside Narconons around the globe, and Narconon was found to be in violation of the Quebec Human Rights Commission charter for human rights abuses against patients.

With the ever-increasing drug related deaths in Canada, addicts need professional, science-based treatment, not pseudoscience based on quackery and cult-like brainwashing and mind control practices. According to a publication by the Health Officers Council of British Columbia back in 2007, there were 47,000 deaths yearly in Canada. "The number is also said to be growing rapidly. We are now in 2016. Imagine how much that number must have grown."

Quite simply, Scientology's Narconons have not helped the number of people they fraudulently claim. To the contrary, they have contributed to the death of too many, harmed countless others, and continue to push deadly practices. Some say that the "Snake-Oil" they push is as deadly as the drugs being trafficked on the streets of every city in Canada.

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