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50 scientologists told to leave Britain by scientology charter (1968)
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roger gonnet
2006-06-11 10:25:16 UTC
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50 Scientologists told
to leave Britain

DAILY TELEGRAPH REPORTER

MORE than 50 Scientology students were yesterday
ordered to leave Britain by immigration officials after
arriving on three flights from
America.

Many had arrived at Heath-
row Airport late on Tuesday
night. They were booked into
local hotels and guarded by
security men until flight depar-
ture times yesterday.
A Home Office spokesman said
last night thar all 74 Scientology
students who had arrived in
Britain on Tuesday had been
refused entry. Although most
were provided with overnight
accommodation, 23 ha'd been sent
back the same day.
The hotel bill will be paid by
BOAC which flew the students
to Britain from New York. Total
cost will be around £250.
The students, who had arrived
to study at Scientology's British
headquarters at East Grinstead,
Sussex, were ordered to leave
following a ban imposed by Mr.
Robinson, Minister of Health.
He said the Government was
satisfied the American-born cult
was " socially harmful " and did
not consider the East Grinstead
arrivals were bona fide students.
Robinson challenged
As its members were leaving
the country yesterday, the cult's
spokesman, Mr. David Gaiman,
demanded a public inquiry into
the conduct of Mr. Robinson and
the activities of three Scotland
Yard detectives who are conduct-
ing an investigation into Scien-
tology on instructions from the
Home Office. He said it had been
impossible to take legal action
against the Health Minister be-
cause he denounced the cult in
the Commons and was protected
by Parliamentary privilege.
He challenged the Minister to
repeat his allegations in public
"and then we could use the
remedy under the law." Scientolo-
gists were already in the process
of issuing 14 writs alleging libel
on parties who had reported their
activities " iinlairb and grossly
inaccurately."
Mr. Gaiman claimed theie weie
" tens of thousands " of Scientolo-
gists in the London area alone. It
would not be fair to name any of
them " when we are in the middle
of the biggest witch-hunt since
James II."
About 500 Scientologists have
hired a hall in the Cafe Royal,
London, for a rally this weekend.
The management does not object
to the meeting. " It is just a busi-
ness transaction as far as we are
concerned." said a spokesman last
night.
An international conference of
Scientologists will be held at the
Fairfield Halls, Croydon, from
Aug. 16 to Aug. 18, despite local
protests.
Cult's charter flight off—P17
o. 15229 MANCHESTER. THURSDAY, AUGUST I, 1968
Printed in LONDON and MANCHESTER
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Hartley Patterson
2006-06-11 21:56:17 UTC
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Post by roger gonnet
50 Scientologists told
to leave Britain
DAILY TELEGRAPH REPORTER
following a ban imposed by Mr.
Robinson, Minister of Health.
He said the Government was
satisfied the American-born cult
was " socially harmful " and did
not consider the East Grinstead
arrivals were bona fide students.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenneth_Robinson

Robinson sued the cult for saying that a mental health group he was
associated with ran 'Belsen style camps'. He won.
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Tilman Hausherr
2006-06-13 18:10:46 UTC
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Post by roger gonnet
Cult's charter flight off—P17
o. 15229 MANCHESTER. THURSDAY, AUGUST I, 1968
Printed in LONDON and MANCHESTER
What is the source of this article? The daily telegraph or a manchester
paper? Is it from August 1 ?
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Barbara Schwarz
2006-06-14 05:20:02 UTC
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Come in present time, Tilman. Not long from now, p$ychs, you masters will be
told to leave the USA. And not just 50. They will all immigrate to Germany,
and they will overflood your country. That means that they come also after
your little pitiful mind, and you will get your drugs and e-shocks at really
cheap prices and likely also against your will
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impostor, please!)
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not for Scientology, she might have died. She now defames L. Ron Hubbard,
Scientology and Scientologists who salvaged her from her destructive
"lifestyle".
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Howard
2006-06-14 14:37:35 UTC
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Post by Tilman Hausherr
Post by roger gonnet
Cult's charter flight off—P17
o. 15229 MANCHESTER. THURSDAY, AUGUST I, 1968
Printed in LONDON and MANCHESTER
What is the source of this article? The daily telegraph or a manchester
paper? Is it from August 1 ?
--
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http://www.xenu.de
Resistance is futile. You will be enturbulated. Xenu always prevails.
Find broken links on your web site: http://home.snafu.de/tilman/xenulink.html
The Xenu bookstore: http://home.snafu.de/tilman/bookstore.html
I'd imagine it's from The Guardian, which used to be called The
Manchester Guardian until 1959. AFAICT, The Telegraph was only ever
published in London.


Howard
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Howard
2006-06-14 14:46:11 UTC
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Post by Tilman Hausherr
Post by roger gonnet
Cult's charter flight off—P17
o. 15229 MANCHESTER. THURSDAY, AUGUST I, 1968
Printed in LONDON and MANCHESTER
What is the source of this article? The daily telegraph or a manchester
paper? Is it from August 1 ?
--
Tilman Hausherr [KoX, SP5.55] Entheta * Enturbulation * Entertainment
http://www.xenu.de
Resistance is futile. You will be enturbulated. Xenu always prevails.
Find broken links on your web site: http://home.snafu.de/tilman/xenulink.html
The Xenu bookstore: http://home.snafu.de/tilman/bookstore.html
<snip brainfart>

Having just reread the original post more attentively than the first
time, it's obviously from The Telegraph.

<wanders off into garden to play with fingers>


Howard
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Scamology
2006-06-14 17:16:39 UTC
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He said the Government was
satisfied the American-born cult
was " socially harmful " and did
not consider the East Grinstead
arrivals were bona fide students.

Something for the US IRS to live by when granting tax exemption for
training. They don't give tax exemption to any religious study except
Scientology.

xenu.net
xenutv.com
Post by roger gonnet
50 Scientologists told
to leave Britain
DAILY TELEGRAPH REPORTER
MORE than 50 Scientology students were yesterday
ordered to leave Britain by immigration officials after
arriving on three flights from
America.
Many had arrived at Heath-
row Airport late on Tuesday
night. They were booked into
local hotels and guarded by
security men until flight depar-
ture times yesterday.
A Home Office spokesman said
last night thar all 74 Scientology
students who had arrived in
Britain on Tuesday had been
refused entry. Although most
were provided with overnight
accommodation, 23 ha'd been sent
back the same day.
The hotel bill will be paid by
BOAC which flew the students
to Britain from New York. Total
cost will be around £250.
The students, who had arrived
to study at Scientology's British
headquarters at East Grinstead,
Sussex, were ordered to leave
following a ban imposed by Mr.
Robinson, Minister of Health.
He said the Government was
satisfied the American-born cult
was " socially harmful " and did
not consider the East Grinstead
arrivals were bona fide students.
Robinson challenged
As its members were leaving
the country yesterday, the cult's
spokesman, Mr. David Gaiman,
demanded a public inquiry into
the conduct of Mr. Robinson and
the activities of three Scotland
Yard detectives who are conduct-
ing an investigation into Scien-
tology on instructions from the
Home Office. He said it had been
impossible to take legal action
against the Health Minister be-
cause he denounced the cult in
the Commons and was protected
by Parliamentary privilege.
He challenged the Minister to
repeat his allegations in public
"and then we could use the
remedy under the law." Scientolo-
gists were already in the process
of issuing 14 writs alleging libel
on parties who had reported their
activities " iinlairb and grossly
inaccurately."
Mr. Gaiman claimed theie weie
" tens of thousands " of Scientolo-
gists in the London area alone. It
would not be fair to name any of
them " when we are in the middle
of the biggest witch-hunt since
James II."
About 500 Scientologists have
hired a hall in the Cafe Royal,
London, for a rally this weekend.
The management does not object
to the meeting. " It is just a busi-
ness transaction as far as we are
concerned." said a spokesman last
night.
An international conference of
Scientologists will be held at the
Fairfield Halls, Croydon, from
Aug. 16 to Aug. 18, despite local
protests.
Cult's charter flight off-P17
o. 15229 MANCHESTER. THURSDAY, AUGUST I, 1968
Printed in LONDON and MANCHESTER
(
--
Roger Gonnet
Opposant à la scientologie depuis 23 ans
Opposing scientology crime cult since 23 Years
www.antisectes.net
http://scientologie.fraude.free.fr
http://ccdh.critique.free.fr
http://narconon.critique.free.fr
www.xenufrance.net
tél (33)[0]4 26 81 00 96
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