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Scientology spokesman: CCHR's purpose "is the total ANNIHILATION of psychiatry"

Discussion in 'Scientology Front Groups and Alliances' started by CommunicatorIC, Aug 8, 2017.

  1. CommunicatorIC

    CommunicatorIC @IndieScieNews on Twitter

  2. guanoloco

    guanoloco As-Wased

    This is true. CCHR has little to zero interests into human rights and is only interested into attacking psychs.

    It's a lie upon a lie in that 1) it is not citizens but Sea Org personnel 2) it has no interest in humans or their "rights" 3) there exists no "commission" 4) it would be better named as that Sea Org branch of the Church of Scientology designed to attack psychiatry and psychiatrists (but is really just a motive for war to fleece dupes out of their cash by staging 2 Minute Hates, that are really 12+ hour long reg cycles, against the Church's Emmanuel Goldstein Bogeyman, aka the "psych"!).
  3. Type4_PTS

    Type4_PTS Diamond Invictus SP

    IF Scientology were actually a legitimate religion and Hubbard's writings constituted religious scriptures as CoS claims, then how could John Alex Wood claim CCHR doesn't have a religious purpose?

    By claiming that maybe he's subconsciously acknowledging that Scientology isn't a real religion. :coolwink::biggrin:

    CCHR would certainly not exist as it does today if not for the writings of Hubbard that CoS claims are religious in nature.
  4. Churchill

    Churchill Gold Meritorious Patron

    Psychiatry was, for Hubbard, what the Jews were to Hitler.
    (At one time it was called "the Jewish science."
  5. freethinker

    freethinker Sponsor

    Stumbled across this. This is a CCHR website so if you are paranoid they may find you through this link then don't click. The highlighted portion stuck out to me due to recent events in New Zealand.

    Fox had to move back to Maine due to issues and losing his license to practice in NZ



    On December 17, 2012 Connecticut police reached Dr. Fox to interview him about the Adam Lanza case. The psychiatrist had moved to New Zealand after things had gotten a bit hot for him in the Northeast.

    Just six months earlier, the 59 year old psychiatrist had been accused of sexual assault of a female patient while practicing as a psychiatrist in Brookfield, Connecticut. The patient in question was 19 years old, and state records show that Fox prescribed her “three to four” psychiatric drugs and also gave her free samples. The girl’s mother stated her daughter “was turning into a zombie.”

    Following this accusation, Dr. Fox voluntarily gave up his license to practice in New York and Connecticut and began working as a psychiatrist in [bcolor=#ffff00]New Zealand[/bcolor], almost 9,000 miles away from his former office.