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Press Release: David Love apologizes to First Nations people for False Data Stripping

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In a book to be released in 2015 by David E Love, with a working title, 'Roller Coaster out of Hell' - the author details how First Nations patients at Scientology's drug rehab, Narconon Trois-Riviers, were manipulated and coerced by Course Room Supervisors. "False data stripping" was L. Ron Hubbard's way of telling Scientologists to disregard any sources of information of which he himself disapproved, and thus, the patients at Narconon were indoctrinated, a whole series of thought reform practices used to change people's way of thinking. Media Release (03/24/2015) - Mr. Love was involved in the deal that would eventually be an agreement to bring in 40 First Nations people to the Narconon Trois-Rivieres center in Quebec at a discounted price package of $800,000.00. It was a messy deal that involved covert operations and spying that will be explained more in the book. A huge 10% commission was involve, split two ways with an FSM with some commissions never being paid.

As a youth, Love was raised near First Nations reserves, spent a lot of time with them fishing and other fun stuff kids do, and invited into Native homes where simple meals were served with smiles and interesting discussions about beliefs and family. Special memories with people who lived a hard life, but yet, had an intriguing, lifestyle quality about them that was happy, peaceful and caring.

When an intoxicated or high on drugs new patient (Narconon call them Students, but we will use the true term in this story) arrives at as Narconon center, the first thing demanded is that the patient sign a stack of agreements and contracts. This cult policy violates a person's rights to be aware of and know what they are signing. The law only recognizes as legal the acts of persons who possess the capacity to form the proper intent to perform the particular acts, such as entering into a contract.

Any person entering into a contract must have the mental incapacity and intent to do so. When an intoxicated person enters into a contract, the contract is thus unenforceable, meaning held to the fullest extent of the law, or voidable by the intoxicated person. Unfortunately, most new 'intakes' [Patients] do sign these contracts with chicken-scratched scrolls near the dotted line that only an alien could read if familiar with intoxicated, encrypted signatures.

Immediately after the signing formalities, the patient is taken over to the withdrawal unit (WD) to detox for 3-10 days where the Scientology indoctrination begins with Training Routines and such. The patients are not aware that the Narconon drug rehab is 100% Scientology indoctrination into their dogmatic belief system through mind control manipulation and brain washing techniques.

Once the patient leaves (WD) and moved into the main dorms, they begin Scientology Training Routines and Auditing Session used to convert the unwary into the cult of L. Ron Hubbard thing. All of the 8 Narconon books are written by Hubbard and contain verbatim, Scientology doctrine and beliefs. No staff member or student dares to question or object to these teachings.

As a trained Course Room Supervisor, David Love, and other Supervisors, was instructed to "strip away" what the Natives believed, and have them adapt and change their thinking into only what was taught in the cult of Scientology books. This did not sit well with Love, and anger filled the air and hallways with loud arguments and debates. He refused to obey executive demands that he do his job and begin "False Data Stripping" the next morning. All hell rained down on Love from executives at Narconon Trois-Rivieres, Narconon International, and Narconon Incorporated - but held his ground and said, "He would not participate in something that violates the Quebec Charter of Human Rights, "Every person is the possessor of the fundamental freedoms, including freedom of conscience, freedom of religion, freedom of opinion, freedom of expression, freedom of peaceful assembly and freedom of association."

In many cases like this, being an obvious rebel, Love was protected from being fired by the ESTO Officer from Narconon Canada - the highest rank at this Narconon with the Executive Director, Marc Bernard being removed from post. Office of Special Affairs, Scientology's 'dirty tricks' intelligence agency, needed Mr. Love for one more of their covert operations.

Love was replace by another Course Supervisor to do the "False Data Stripping" on the unwary First Nations patients - a process using a gradient to steal away their beliefs.

L. Ron Hubbard stated, "Convince a man that he is an animal, that his own dignity and self-respect are delusions, that there is no 'beyond' to aspire to, no higher potential self to achieve, and you have a slave. Let a man know he is himself, a spiritual being that he is capable of the power of choice and has the right to aspire to greater wisdom and you have started him up a higher road."


Darlene Doll Smith, a well know teacher of First Nations history in North America, was contacted for this story, and asked about some Native beliefs. Smith replied, "In short, we believe that Great Spirit is our Creator and Mother Earth is our Mother and who gave us all life. We believe that everything - even animals, wind, mountains and such are our siblings because Mother Earth is their mother as well. We don't believe in hell so we are always responsible for our own actions without it being fear motivated or with promises of rewards."

All First Nations believed that their values and traditions were gifts from the Creator. One of the most important and most common teachings was that people should live in harmony with the natural world and all it contained.

In oral stories and legends that Elders passed from one generation to another, First Nations children learned how the world came into being and that they were a part of the whole of creation. People gave thanks to everything in nature, upon which they depended for survival and development as individuals and as members of their communities. First Nations treated all objects in their environment-whether animate or inanimate-with the utmost respect.

David E Love laments with sorrow and regret that he could have stopped this mind invasion much sooner than he did, and feels deeply for misfortunes suffered by others. Since escaping the cult of Narconon rehab center more than five years ago, Love has made many amends, forgiving many, seeking forgiveness, and now, with a sincere heart, hopes and prays that any First Nations patients who suffered at Narconon Trois-Rivieres, will forgive him for not acting sooner.

The 100 bed Scientology drug rehab, Narconon Trois-Riviers was shut down by Quebec Heath authorities to stop the mistreatment and abuses. Of course, this story only skims the surface of what will be exposed in detail with the publishing of "Roller Coaster Out of Hell" later in 2015.


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