CCHR nonprofit?WTF?

Discussion in 'Think Tank' started by Anonymous, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. Anonymous Member


    They are certainly not nonprofit! What can be done about this? Contact Google/youtube about this? Thoughts?
  2. Anonymous Member

    CCHR is not a US 501(c)3 organization? Aren't they part of the Church of Scientology, a bona-fide 501(c)3?
  3. RightOn Member

    the CCHR claims they are seperate from COS just like they do with their other fronts
  4. Anonymous Member

    OK... so are they a 501(c)3 on their own?
  5. RightOn Member

    something like that
    Just like Narconon claims not to be a part of COS and that it "only uses the teachings of LRH"
    we all know its one big cluster fuck of Scientology and all the money goes uplines to the same damn place.
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  6. Anonymous Member

    Well, either they are a non-profit, or they are not. I have no idea how to figure that one out.
  7. Anonymous Member

    CCHR is probably not much of a moneymaker.

    It's WISE and its business seminars that are probably the most lucrative front group after Narconon.
  8. Quentinanon Member

    CCHR exists for only one reason: To attack major scientology competition. That is, psychiatry and psychology.
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  9. Tourniquet Member

    Real science would attack in return... only they're too busy actually helping people.
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  10. Anonymous Member

    There was a paper or two published in the scientific literature in the 1950s pointing out that Dianetics and Scientology has no value whatsoever.

    There's nothing left to add.

    Scientists don't repeat themselves, and they try to publish results that demonstrate some progress in knowledge. They don't dwell on 1950s quackery that's already been thoroughly debunked.
  11. Anonymous Member

    Maybe so... thus it's left to us to do it for the millions who didn't read the original scientific papers.
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  14. Quentinanon Member

    Thanks for the links. Modern methods of therapy do not use regression techniques to help a person relieve themselves of traumatic life events. Repeated, published, peer-reviewed research has shown that trauma victims often get retraumatised by repeated regression methods. So, even if dianetics had merits in the 1950's, that methodology has been made obsolete by modern paradigms of psychotherapy. Examples include EMDR, CBT, and Interpersonal therapy.
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  15. Anonymous Member

    Funny how Scientologists, for all their fine talk about moving on the time track, are totally stuck in the mid-20th century.
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  16. Quentinanon Member

    They do seem stuck in an early 1950's time warp.

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