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Title Scientology - Suspicious of human rights video

Suspicious of human rights video April 2nd, 2007 - In response to Darrell Ehrlick s column [in the Winona Daily News], Physical Therapy and Human Rights Sunday, March 18th, I went online to view the video, which looks and sounds good. However, I m always suspicious of anything that is a formula for changing the world so I checked out the Director Tim Bowles, and the President of Youth for Human Rights, Mary Shuttleworth, their background and their beliefs to learn that both had learned of L. Ron Hubbard s methodology and had became a part of the Church of Scientology. Because scientology is a practical religion and a body of technology that is used to improve conditions in life, people tell others about it, says Susan Watson, president of Scientology Celebrity Center International. Shuttleworth states, If we want to change society, we need to start with the children. If anyone is interested, look online at the central tenets of the Scientology beliefs. Tom Cruise is one of the believers. [...] I think anyone buying into this well done piece of marketing should check out where it came from and where it will lead. In raising our children, we need to be wise as serpents and guileless as doves. This is a summary extract from the full article as it appeared on Winona Daily News, March 23, 2007