Youth For Human Rights

Axiom142

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The ‘Youth for Human Rights International’ Organisation (http://youthforhumanrights.org/about/index.html) claims to be independent, but is a front group for the Church of Scientology (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Youth_for_Human_Rights_International).

On the face of it, this is a worthy cause. But I find it hypocritical in the extreme given the gross abuses of human rights perpetrated by the CoS on a daily basis. So they are telling everyone else that they should implement the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, but they themselves are exempt?

Looking at their endorsements page, they appear to have the backing of quite a few politicians including the ‘Governator’ himself. I wonder if they know the real story behind this organisation?

Well perhaps we can start informing them? I’m going to start with my MP.

Axiom142
 

Markus

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I infomed the "Youth for Human Rights Organisation" in Germany

The ‘Youth for Human Rights International’ Organisation (http://youthforhumanrights.org/about/index.html) claims to be independent, but is a front group for the Church of Scientology (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Youth_for_Human_Rights_International).

On the face of it, this is a worthy cause. But I find it hypocritical in the extreme given the gross abuses of human rights perpetrated by the CoS on a daily basis. So they are telling everyone else that they should implement the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, but they themselves are exempt?

Looking at their endorsements page, they appear to have the backing of quite a few politicians including the ‘Governator’ himself. I wonder if they know the real story behind this organisation?

Well perhaps we can start informing them? I’m going to start with my MP.

Axiom142

About the gross abuses of human rights in Scientology six weeks ago - they did not even answer my e-Mail.

They are in deed hypocritical in the etreme -you are absolutely right Axiom 142.

Love

Markus
 

sallydannce

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The ‘Youth for Human Rights International’ Organisation (http://youthforhumanrights.org/about/index.html) claims to be independent, but is a front group for the Church of Scientology (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Youth_for_Human_Rights_International).

On the face of it, this is a worthy cause. But I find it hypocritical in the extreme given the gross abuses of human rights perpetrated by the CoS on a daily basis. So they are telling everyone else that they should implement the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, but they themselves are exempt?

Looking at their endorsements page, they appear to have the backing of quite a few politicians including the ‘Governator’ himself. I wonder if they know the real story behind this organisation?

Well perhaps we can start informing them? I’m going to start with my MP.

Axiom142

This is one of my great annoyances with the CofS. The depth of hypocrisy is almost so severe one cannot even begin to articulate it without the need to, well, how do I say this politely - puke.
 

Neo

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Another "independent" organisation, who's founder just so happened to win the 2007 Freedom Medal from the IAS. And the Scientology Orgs just so happen to sell (as in hard sell) the DVD of their videos on human rights. And the same organisation that just so happened to be pushed from within the PR department of our Orgs Department of Special Affairs.

Yeh, they're independent.

Neo
 

Feral

Rogue male
This is a great idea ax. The c of s has been one of the biggest abusers of human rights in the free world.

It should stop.
 

Feral

Rogue male
I noticed that the endorsement letters carried no e-mail addresses. So I sent my comm to the president for now, here it is;

As a scientologist of 25 years I was appalled at the condition of erosion of human rights within the sea org.

Are you aware that the vast majority of these rights are not afforded to SO members? What is that, a joke? It is not funny at all, currently flag staff cannot; walk outside between even the FH and the sandcastle, have their mail read and censored going in and out, have a censor listen in to any private conversation that they "have " to make, have no social security, inadequate dental and medical, are not paid a living wage, are denied sleep, are often required to abort their pregnancies and have been ordered to divorce partners.

Do you support this version of human rights??

Kevin. B. Mackey

Maybe I was a bit terse...:omg:
 

Challenge

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On their DVD "Scientology, An Overview", the Youth for Human Rights have a list of human rights. I noticed that one of these rights was the 'Right of Copyright'. How many youths do you think are interested in Copyrights? OK. Not counting Rock Stars, none of whom are found in COS.

CHLNG
 

Div6

Crusader
On their DVD "Scientology, An Overview", the Youth for Human Rights have a list of human rights. I noticed that one of these rights was the 'Right of Copyright'. How many youths do you think are interested in Copyrights? OK. Not counting Rock Stars, none of whom are found in COS.

CHLNG

Bwahahahahaha.....

So much for "thinking for yourself".

But now that you mention it, the RIAA and the CoS DO share some of the same thuggish behaviors.....:duh:
 

Axiom142

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Another "independent" organisation, who's founder just so happened to win the 2007 Freedom Medal from the IAS. And the Scientology Orgs just so happen to sell (as in hard sell) the DVD of their videos on human rights. And the same organisation that just so happened to be pushed from within the PR department of our Orgs Department of Special Affairs.

Yeh, they're independent.

Neo

That reminds me Neo.

Here is a video taken by me at the 2007 IAS event where Mary Shuttleworth received her ‘IAS Freedom Medal’.: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=arFIhUNIMsA


And at the same event, here is her son, Taron Lexton being spotlighted for producing the award-winning music video ‘United’: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYoEreC0yew


The fact that he is in the audience, right at the front while his mother is receiving such an award, rather proves the Scientology connection don’t you think?

When it suits then the CoS will proudly take credit for the work done by front group such as YHRI and tell everyone that this could only be done by Scientologists.

Then, at the drop of a hat, they will claim that these groups are totally independent, when people are suspicious of the motives of such groups.

Now, if that isn’t hypocrisy in action, what is?

Axiom142
 

Soul of Ginnungagab

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On their DVD "Scientology, An Overview", the Youth for Human Rights have a list of human rights. I noticed that one of these rights was the 'Right of Copyright'. How many youths do you think are interested in Copyrights? OK. Not counting Rock Stars, none of whom are found in COS.

CHLNG

"Right of Copyright" is number 27 on the list.

As far as I can see the 30 numbers on the list appears to be inspired from the "The Universal Declaration of Human Rights" which was agreed upon by UN in 1948. That declaration has 30 articles.

Here is Article 27 from "The Universal Declaration of Human Rights":

Article 27.

(1) Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits.

(2) Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.
Source: http://www.un.org/Overview/rights.html
 

Challenge

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"Right of Copyright" is number 27 on the list.

As far as I can see the 30 numbers on the list appears to be inspired from the "The Universal Declaration of Human Rights" which was agreed upon by UN in 1948. That declaration has 30 articles.

Here is Article 27 from "The Universal Declaration of Human Rights":

Source: http://www.un.org/Overview/rights.html

well thanks for posting this. It cools me off about the Human Right to Copyright. I never took issue with Artists of all stripes to Copyright their work. I thought it hypocritical for the Youth of COS to claim that as one of their rights. I reckonn it was my charge on COS's copyrighting of the Bridge that hit me. What I thought of was I had this PC when I was on the Briefing Course. I had brought him in myself to audit up the Grades. I audited him on all the Grades, HRD, and Dianetics for 99 hours. He went Clear on the 97th hour, and voiced the Clear cog. I took him to Examiner with his TA F/N and then I took him to get a routing form for the attest line. I don't remember how we ended up in the Reg office, but we did. The Reg wanted him to buy 12 1/2 hours for a Clear Re-Hab intensive. I told her that he had only gone Clear 20 minutes ago, and hadn't un-habbed yet. She said " he will either buy it or he won't get any further up the Bridge!" I told her " You don't own the Bridge!" How wrong I was. That's when I realized that Scientology was not "free", that it was copyrighted and it was owned by someone.
To finish off: my PC bought the hours, I delivered the service for ASHO, and he has gone on up the Bridge.

CHLNG
 

FoTi

Crusader
Isn't Mary Shuttleworth (President of YHRI) the Class VIII who used to run a day care center half a block from the Complex on the other side of Fountain, and then start up Mary's Schoolhouse on L. Ron Hubbard Way right across from ASHO?

I answered my own question. Thank you, Google. http://www.marysschoolhouse.org/ and http://www.shuttleworthleadership.org/Meet_the_Founder.html although I don't immediately see the day care centre. :)

Paul

Yep. That's her.

She was Mary Untiedt, married to Andre Untiedt. They split up about 5 or 6 years ago. They had 2 children, Taron and Tashania. Tashania was married and the LRH host at ASHO, last I heard. I don't understand why Taron has changed his last name to Lexton. Anybody know?

On the Shuttleworth Leadershp website, it leaves out the fact that she is a highly trained Scientologist.
 
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