New Scientology Front Group: The Impact Africa Network

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  1. CommunicatorIC

    CommunicatorIC @IndieScieNews on Twitter

    New Scientology Front Group: The Impact Africa Network aka Impact Africa Educational Foundation.

    Or, as I've come to say, Scientology front group Youth for Human Rights has a new front group, The Impact Africa Network aka Impact Africa Educational Foundation.

    It is Scientology front group of a front group tech.

    To start, Tony Ortega has the following second story up today:

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    Pascal Chukwuebuka Nwoga of Nigeria was nice enough to post online images of the letters he received from Youth for Human Rights International president Mary Shuttleworth inviting him for a YHRI event in New York next month, all expenses paid, and requesting a B-2 tourist visa. Thanks, Legoland!



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    According to its webpage -

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    The Impact Africa Network (Impact Africa Educational Foundation) is a non-profit, non-racial, and non-gender global organization, whose mission is to empower the African devastated communities and the less privileged through Human Rights Education, information, seminars, sending of Relief Materials to disaster areas and Community development. By the word less privilege we mean; the vulnerable, the abused, the destitute, the poor, the less advantage, the less opportune, the ignorant, the un-informed, the miss-informed and the less advanced.

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    Impact Africa Network (Impact Africa Educational Foundation) is a Youth for Human Rights, and thus Scientology, organization. For example:




    Further, the story of Human Rights told on the group's Human Rights webpage is straight out of the YFHR pamphlet on same:

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    The Origin of Human Rights

    The Cyrus Cylinder of 539 B.C: The origins of Human Right began with Cyrus the Great, Emperor of Babylon, in 539 BC, after conquering the city of Babylon; he freed all slaves to return home. He declared people should choose their own religion. The Cyrus Cylinder, a clay tablet containing his statements, is the first human rights declaration in history.

    The Magna Carta of 1215: Giving people new rights and making the king subject to the law. Magna Carta, also called Magna Carta Libertatum, is an English charter, originally issued in the year 1215 and reissued later in the 13th century in modified versions. The later versions excluded the most direct challenges to the monarch's authority that had been present in the 1215 charter. The 1215 charter required King John of England to proclaim certain liberties, and accept that his will was not arbitrary, for example by explicitly accepting that no "freeman" (in the sense of non-serf) could be punished except through the law of the land, a right which is still in existence today. Magna Carta was the first document forced onto an English King by a group of his subjects, the feudal barons, in an attempt to limit his powers by law and protect their privileges. The charter was an important part of the extensive historical process that led to the rule of constitutional law in the English speaking world, and it was Magna Carta (rather than other early concessions by the monarch) which survived to become a "sacred text".

    1628: The Petition of Right - Setting out the rights of the people. The Petition of Right 1628, a statement of civil liberties sent by the English Parliament to Charles I. Refusal by Parliament to finance the king's unpopular foreign policy had caused his government to exact forced loans and to quarter troops in subjects' houses as an economy measure. Arbitrary arrest and imprisonment for opposing these policies had produced in Parliament a violent hostility to Charles and George Villiers, 1st duke of Buckingham. The Petition of Right, initiated by Sir Edward Coke, was based upon earlier statutes and charters and asserted four principles: no taxes may be levied without consent of Parliament; no subject may be imprisoned without cause shown (reaffirmation of the right of habeas corpus); no soldiers may be quartered upon the citizenry; martial law may not be used in time of peace. In return for his acceptance (June, 1628), Charles was granted subsidies.

    1645: The Kurukan Fuga Charter (Manden Charter) - In the early thirteenth century, following a major military victory, the founder of the Mandingo Empire and the assembly of his wise men proclaimed in Kurukan Fuga the new Manden Charter, named after the territory situated above the upper Niger River basin, between present-day Guinea and Mali. The Charter, one of the oldest constitutions in the world albeit mainly in oral form, contains a preamble of seven chapters advocating social peace in diversity, the inviolability of the human being, education, the integrity of the motherland, food security, the abolition of slavery by razzia (or raid), and freedom of expression and trade. Although the Empire disappeared, the words of the Charter and the rituals associated with it are still transmitted orally from father to son in a codified way within the Malinke clans. To keep the tradition alive, commemorative annual ceremonies of the historic assembly are organized in the village of Kangaba (adjacent to the vast clearing of Kurukan Fuga, which now lies in Mali, (close to the Guinean border). The ceremonies are backed by the local and national authorities of Mali and, in particular, the traditional authorities, who see it as a source of law and as promoting a message of love, peace and fraternity, which has survived through the ages. The Manden Charter continues to underlie the basis of the values and identity of the populations concerned.

    1776: The United States Declaration of Independence - Proclaiming the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The Declaration of Independence was a statement adopted by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776, which announced that the thirteen American colonies, then at war with Great Britain, regarded themselves as independent states, and no longer a part of the British Empire. John Adams put forth a resolution earlier in the year which made a formal declaration inevitable. A committee was assembled to draft the formal declaration, to be ready when congress voted on independence. Adams persuaded the committee to select Thomas Jefferson to compose the original draft of the document which congress would edit to produce the final version. The Declaration was ultimately a formal explanation of why Congress had voted on July 2 to declare independence from Great Britain, more than a year after the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War. The Independence Day of the United States of America is celebrated on July 4, the day Congress approved the wording of the Declaration. The Declaration justified the independence of the United States by listing colonial grievances against King George III, and by asserting certain natural and legal rights, including a right of revolution. Having served its original purpose in announcing independence, the text of the Declaration was initially ignored after the American Revolution. Since then, it has come to be considered a major statement on human rights, particularly its second sentence: We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

    1789: The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen - In France, stating that all citizens are equal under the law. The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen (French: D├ęclaration des droits de l'homme et du citoyen) is a fundamental document of the French Revolution, defining the individual and collective rights of all the estates of the realm as universal. Influenced by the doctrine of "natural right", the rights of man are held to be universal: valid at all times and in every place, pertaining to human nature itself. The concepts in the Declaration come from the philosophical and political principles of the Age of Enlightenment, such as individualism, the social contract as theorized by the French philosopher Rousseau, and the separation of powers espoused by the Baron de Montesquieu. As can be seen in the texts, the French declaration is heavily influenced by the political philosophy of the Enlightenment, and by Enlightenment principles of human rights. The declaration is in the spirit of what has come to be called natural law, which does not base itself on religious doctrine or authority. The declaration defines a single set of individual and collective rights for all men. Influenced by the doctrine of natural rights, these rights are held to be universal and valid in all times and places. For example, "Men are born and remain free and equal in rights. Social distinctions may be founded only upon the general good." They have certain natural rights to property, to liberty and to life. According to this theory the role of government is to recognize and secure these rights. Furthermore government should be carried on by elected representatives.

    1948: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights - The first document listing the thirty rights to which everyone is entitled, which came as a result of the end of the World War 2 in 1945 and how to prevent such acts from happening again. The victorious nations met and formed the United Nations to advance human rights and peace. The United Nations created the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, the first truly universal human rights document, and also took steps years later to create international laws to protect human rights, a process that took almost twenty years. As a result, the basic laws of many nations today include the rights contained in the Declaration.

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    Finally, the official Scientology website has a video featuring the Executive Director of Impact Africa Network.


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  2. CommunicatorIC

    CommunicatorIC @IndieScieNews on Twitter

    The Founder of The Impact Africa Network aka Impact Africa Educational Foundation is Bishop Dr.Chidiebere Ogbu. According to Bishop Dr.Chidiebere Ogbu's blog, "Mainstream Prophetic Voice" -

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    Bishop Dr. Chidiebere Ogbu is a prophetic Voice in our generation, he is ministering the gospel of Jesus Christ across the nations of the Earth with sign and wonders following. Dr. Chidiebere Anelechi Ogbu is the president and founder of Impact Africa Network, which was founded in 2006 as a result to improve the lots of African communities, and to uphold the Christian values and literatures.

    Impact Africa Network is an association of gospel ministers who are African decent, either resident in Africa or in Overseas; and registered as Impact Africa Network of Pastors, in South Africa, under section 21 as a Non-Profit Organization, with registration number 2007/012389/08, and also registered as a Non-Profit organization in the State of Maryland, USA, with branches in many African Countries.

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  3. arcxcauseblows

    arcxcauseblows Patron Meritorious

    Attempting to lead Africans into sea orgs modern form of legal slavery, they are desperate...
  4. AngeloV

    AngeloV Gold Meritorious Patron

    "Bishop Doctor" ? LOLOLOL I wonder who gave him that title.
  5. Jump

    Jump Operating teatime

    That was a nice history of Human Rights. It's a pity they stopped short of the ultimate revelation from mankind's greatest friend, that is, "The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number of Dynamics".

    Where the trumping dynamic is the 8th. The embodiment of the source of all. Or more specifically the right which facilitated the conduit of all cash to L. Ron Hubbard or His Chairman.

    Maybe that will be on the next edition, because they didn't have enough space?

  6. Jump

    Jump Operating teatime

    Hill 10.
    All hands on letter writing.
    Copies of Nigerian email template available.


    Dearest Beloved,
    The chairman of our board has TEN MILLION DOLLARS that require safekeeping from maurauding villagers on this planet. Please send your bank account details .....
  7. Some Random Guy

    Some Random Guy Patron with Honors

    Sponsor a Nigerian on a free trip to the land of Milk n Honey (USA) and I will wager that once his feet hit American soil, he will do a runner and become another illegal in New York.

    This happened when they sent Zimbabweans to Flag to train as the tech division for the new Ideal Orgs of Bulawayo and Harrare. They all disappeared within a month into the USA.
  8. Many African languages have grammar quite different from UK or US English and they carry this grammar into their dialects of English. This simply means he is a Bishop (religious title) with a Ph.D in something - probably theology but not always as I know a few who have theirs' in things like Sociology or Humanities or Communications, etc.
  9. Can you blame them? it's the smart thing to do and quite a bit racist to point it out in this manner :no:
  10. lotus

    lotus autonomous rebellous

    I too did that , within months, and I sware I am neither black or male! :biggrin:
  11. Free Being Me

    Free Being Me Crusader

  12. Veda

    Veda Sponsor

    Is this guy an actual Bishop and an actual Doctor?

    As I recall those "Pope hats" were popular at Halloween parties some years ago, although these days wearing one - in mockery - might be regarded as a "micro aggression" or even "religious bigotry." Especially since the (real) current Pope is a leftist activist type. In the old days, it was open target practice (so to speak) on the old conservative Popes. How times change. :biggrin:

    Did this guy buy the hat at a costume store or is he part of a legitimate religious order of some kind?

    Or, perhaps it comes in his Scientology front group of a Scientology front group religious leader dress up kit?

    The details are probably irrelevant in the grand scheme of things.


    In any event, all silliness aside, for those curious, who don't already know, here's the origin of Scientology's "Human Rights" preoccupation, and the origin of its use of the term "Human Rights" as a gimmick:

    "...And the general attack line is along the lines of human rights, human rights.

    Now I'll give you a clue now how this is handled, somebody comes up to you, he's a hostile person - he's hostile to Scientology and he says to you, he says 'na na na' and you say 'Why are you against human rights?' and, then, if you know anything about human rights like the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, United Nations - that sort of thing, you know something about this subject, you just follow it right straight up, total attack, in other words you don't defend Scientology, you just simply attack along this line of human rights...

    Now actually what will happen, what will happen, really, is each time Scientology is attacked, we will build into society, if all of you do this, we'll build into society an actual stimulus-response mechanism, whereas an attack on Scientology is actually an attack on human rights... And if this is the way you handle this, and handle it consistently, even though you get bored with it and want something else to shoot them with, this will produce a fantastic effect..."

    Ron's Journal [19]68


    And a little more, related and supplemental, Scientology applied philosophy and tech:

    "I am not interested in wog morality... I can make captain Bligh look like a Sunday School teacher."

    L. Ron Hubbard, 'Discipline - SPs, and Admin' 1969.


    "The only safe public opinion to head for is they love us and are in a frenzy of hate against the enemy, that means standard wartime propaganda is what one is doing... Know the mores of your public opinion, what they hate. That's the enemy. What they love. That's you."

    Confidential 'Battle Tactics', 1969


    "Accused of drug smuggling one can show he's a member of the anti-drug league."

    'PR Series 18', 1972


    "The objective is to identified as attackers of popularly considered evils. This declassifies us from former labels. It reclassifies our attackers as evil people. Which they are."

    Confidential 'Black Propaganda' 1972

  13. dchoiceisalwaysrs

    dchoiceisalwaysrs Gold Meritorious Patron

    'This rather interesting how differences in cultures, often having overlapping commonalities with a race can be conflated as culture is a trait of a race and this erroneous conflation can be a incorrect assumption upon which lead to disagreement and even erronious conclusions and conflicts. Imprecise assumptions can and do lead to a lot of conflicts. So it behoves one, when found in conflict to with humility to search out the the possible erronious assumptions underlying what might be called a ' error box fact '.

    That said, yes the use of ridicule and being silly about the differences in races and in cultures can be offensive to some individuals. This is especially so if trust, respect have not been laid before the jesting or kidding around occurs.

    Moving on the the second part of your post. As is extremely usual you prove to be a master a providing the pertinent Hubbard spew related to the Scientology/ Hubbard dictated behavior and misbehavior. This skill I believe would be useful to the A&E series. Although what little I know of how well or masterfully it is been done with others also very knowledgeable, I might be valuable for you to offer to assist.
  14. Enthetan

    Enthetan Master of Disaster

    Well, it's true. It's also true for white Eastern Europeans, and for recruits from Asia.

    Hell, if I was a white guy in Zimbabwe, I'd jump at the chance to come to the US, by whatever means necessary.
  15. CommunicatorIC

    CommunicatorIC @IndieScieNews on Twitter

    The Youth For Human Rights - Impact Africa Network Scientology front-group has lead to a recruit for the Church of Scientology of Ireland!

    As noted in the OP of this thread, on July 8, 2016, Youth for Human Rights International president Mary Shuttleworth invited Nwoga Pascal Chukwuebuka of Nigeria to a Youth for Human Rights International event in New York.

    As noted in a post in another thread, less than a year later,
    Nwoga Pascal Chukwuebuka agreed to join the staff of the Church of Scientology of Dublin, Ireland:


    Last edited: Jul 19, 2017
  16. HelluvaHoax!

    HelluvaHoax! Gold Meritorious Sponsor



    Wow, that certainly proves two (2) things, namely that:

    -- Nwoga is Nowoganymore.

    -- Nwoga is absolutely the smartest new staff member in the history of Scn!

    Because he had the supernaturally prescient knowingness to ask for spiritual support even before he reported to start his staff contract.

    Normally, staff members wait until after they are bankrupted, declared, disconnected and fair gamed--efore they CSW for God's grace, divine intervention, help & merciful rescue.