Labour Party star & Scientology group who say Bin Laden hypnotised into launching 911

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Labour Party star & Scientology group who say Bin Laden hypnotised into launching 911.

I believe this article is important because it shows the extent of Scientology's political efforts world-wide.

Birmingham Mail: Rising Corbyn star and group who say Bin Laden hypnotised into launching 9/11 attack

http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/labour-councillor-guest-honour-launch-10274219


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A rising Labour Party star was the guest of honour at the launch of an exhibition by a Church of Scientology offshoot that blames the 9/11 World Trade Centre terror attack on psychiatrists.

Birmingham’s youngest councillor Mariam Khan said she had no idea that the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) preaches that psychiatrists are “terrorists” and mental illnesses do not exist.

The 24-year-old, who Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn recently promoted to the party’s national policy forum, cut the ribbon to unveil the group’s mobile exhibition stall.

Last night critics accused the Muslim hijab-wearing Khan, councillor for Washwood Heath, as being “naïve” and an “attention seeker.”

CCHR was set up in 1969 by Scientologists and is an aggressive opponent of any form of psychiatry, labelling it a sham and money-making ruse.

Its more outlandish beliefs include blaming 9/11 on psychiatry by suggesting that Al Qaida’s former No 2 – and now leader – Dr Ayman Zwahiri hypnotised Osama bin Laden into carrying out the attack.

Brian Daniels, a scientologist who heads the UK chapter of CCHR, said he had invited Ms Khan because she appeared “sympathetic to our views.”

“Mariam Khan is a very active person in the community, and is concerned for the welfare of the people and children,” he said.

“She was alarmed about the rising statistics of children being prescribed powerful psychiatric drugs and spoke of this issue at the opening.”

But concerned Labour party activists have been quick to downplay any connections, claiming Coun Khan had no idea what the exhibition she unveiled was all about.

A Labour Party spokesman said: “Councillor Mariam Khan attended an event on June 29 on mental health hosted by the ‘Citizens Commission on Human Rights’.

“Councillor Khan was unaware of the organisation’s aims, values or their affiliation with the Church of Scientology prior to attending the event.

“Councillor Khan is not a member of the CCHR or The Church of Scientology and she does not endorse the views of either organisation.”



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gbuck

oxymoron
Re: Labour Party star & Scientology group who say Bin Laden hypnotised into launching

Labour Party star & Scientology group who say Bin Laden hypnotised into launching 911.

I believe this article is important because it shows the extent of Scientology's political efforts world-wide.

Birmingham Mail: Rising Corbyn star and group who say Bin Laden hypnotised into launching 9/11 attack

http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/labour-councillor-guest-honour-launch-10274219


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Birmingham’s youngest councillor Mariam Khan said she had no idea that the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) preaches that psychiatrists are “terrorists” and mental illnesses do not exist.



CCHR was set up in 1969 by Scientologists and is an aggressive opponent of any form of psychiatry, labelling it a sham and money-making ruse.


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Scientologists may not believe in 'mental illness' but they do believe in 'case'
They regard 'case' as an aberration.
An aberration can be regarded as a 'mental illness'
They want a monopoly on 'sham and money-making ruses'
 

Leland

Crusader
Re: Labour Party star & Scientology group who say Bin Laden hypnotised into launching

WoW...great point.

Do they ever believe in "case".....
 

Jump

Operating teatime
Re: Labour Party star & Scientology group who say Bin Laden hypnotised into launching

WoW...great point.

Do they ever believe in "case".....


Nutcase

Mental case

Headcase

Hard case


Yep, sometimes scientologese translates ok into English.
 
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