Senior members of Church of Scientology move into Co Kildare country home

Sect’s drug rehab spin out Narconon setting up 15 – bed centre in nearby Ballivor, Co Meath

SBP Senior members

BY BARRY, WHYTE AND ROISIN BURKE Sunday Business Post Sunday January 7th 2018

In he tiny village of Robertstown in Co Kildare population 669 is where the most senior figures in lrish Scientology are based according to company filings. Documents for the company behind the Scientologists’ enormous and expensive new community centre in Firhouse show that three of the four directors appointed in the last two weeks are living in a modern ten bedroom house called Mylerstown House in Robertstown. Continue reading

The Scientology Organisation, (S.O.) is using a PR company called ccipr here in Ireland

Scientology PR CCIPR

The Scientology Organisation generally runs its own semi military intelligence /PR Department called OSA. This is the Office of Special Affairs. It is strange but not surprising as Scientology is run more as an intelligence agency rather than a church.
We have already received news that this PR company is already very active in getting Scientology a better name in this State. Because the Scientologists are obsessed in being described as a church I am sure that will be one of their goals here to be recognised as such.

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Their presence in Merrion Square shows that they are pointed towards trying to influence government. Also the drugs issue is extremely important and the news that they have already spoken with a Fine Gael backbencher Colm Brophy.
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How Scientology is trying to insert itself into Irish schools

Scientology: the church’s community centre in Firhouse in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Scientology: the church’s community centre in Firhouse in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The controversial church is giving out teaching materials that hide its involvement

December 16, 2017

Irish Times

Conor Gallagher  

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/religion-and-beliefs/how-scientology-is-trying-to-insert-itself-into-irish-schools-1.3327646

When the neat white package arrived at Rosmini Community School, in Drumcondra, three months ago, Chris Gueret was impressed. Inside it the religious-studies teacher found a complete curriculum on how to teach human rights to students, alongside posters, leaflets and a well-produced DVD entitled The Story of Human Rights. Continue reading

Scientologists meet with Fine Gael TD Colm Brophy in Leinster House

Mr Brophy said he met representatives in September in his role as a public representative and talked with them “for around ten minutes” in the coffee dock area of Leinster House.

A question for Mr Brophy? Would he suggest a committee where members might be able to obtain accurate information about the strategies the Scientology Organisation is using in regard to their presence in Ireland?

https://dialogueireland.wordpress.com/2017/12/12/why-is-ireland-been-targeted-by-the-scientology-organisation-s-o-some-ideas-towards-an-answer/

He added he would also talk to many people opposed to Scientology coming into Dublin.

This is a rather strange response to having met the Scientologists,  “coming into Dublin.” Why would he not obtain expert opinion about them seeing he met them in September? I am not aware of anyone including our organisation having heard from him. Seeing they have spent up to €22 million in the State surely this demands scrutiny to protect our democracy? Also the arrival of Narconon. Below we have the photographic evidence of the Irish politicians who met them but seemed unsure why?

The controversial church, which many view as a cult, had a delegation hosted by a Government politician

By Ferghal Blane15 DEC 2017

Leinster House with its front door closed due to renovations on Kildare Street, Dublin (Image: Gareth Chaney Collins)

Scientologists have been stalking the corridors of power in Leinster House where they had a meeting with a TD.

The Irish Mirror can exclusively reveal the controversial Church of Scientology, which many view as a cult, was invited into Leinster House by Fine Gael’s Colm Brophy. Continue reading

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