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Narconon sponsorsing Hawaii National Guard Antidrug Family Day 8/26/2012

Discussion in 'Narconon' started by ccas, Aug 3, 2012.

  1. ccas Member

  2. Anonymous Member

    Weed and Seed?
  3. Anonymous Member

    nah:
  4. Anonymous Member

    Dope & Sex? The two nice things that scientology members can never enjoy!

    Idea: What's to stop Anons sponsoring $5 dope fests in San Fran or Amsterdam, and putting the Anon/Narconon logo & shit all over the flyers for the lulz?

    The idea being to fuck with them for shits & giggles.
  5. Anonymous Member

    I don't think Drug Free Hawaii is a front group. Just not informed.

    Drug Free Hawaii
    http://www.drugfreehawaii.org/index.php

    No links to Naronon, CCHR, etc. On the contrary, links to mainstream drug treatment sites and information:
    http://www.drugfreehawaii.org/index.php/PRC/general_substance_abuse_awareness_prevention_links

    The Fact Sheets were not provided by Naronon, CCHR, or the COS, but instead by a mainstream source:
    http://www.drugfreehawaii.org/index.php/PRC/fact_sheets

    The Fact Sheet on Prescription and Over the Counter Drugs does not contain CCHR propaganda:
    http://www.drugfreehawaii.org/files/Prescritption_OTC_Drugs_rev_08_2010.pdf

    In other words, if you are going to poon people, you might also want to poon Drug Free Hawaii. It really looks like they don't know who they have gotten into bed with.
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  6. Anonymous Member

    Lets imagine... the Hawaii Guys INSIST that the Narconon tent MUST be placed IMMEDIATELY downwind of the Weed & Seed tent. Tell them there's $10,000 in repeat fees for TV video evidence of stupid culties getting stoned immaculate.

    I'm serious. Paparazzi know that scilon sightings are big money, they're pretty rare these days.
  7. RightOn Member

    Kelly Preston's stomping ground
    her and Travolta were all up in getting NN Hawaii off the ground weren't they?
  8. Anonymous Member

    Is there anyone living down in that area who might call the national guard and make them aware of say, Arrowhead NN and the Canadian NN issues. Any media contacts in the area, I don't think the military would want any bad press.
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  9. RightOn Member

    Hawiann National Guard Contact Us

    Military Personnel Office
    Phone: (808) 672-1015
    Fax: (808) 672-1302

    Recruiting & RetentionPhone: (808) 672-1020
    Fax: (808) 737-3711

    ID Section/DEERS RAPIDS
    Phone: (808) 844-6425
    Fax: (808) 682-6373

    29th Infantry Brigade Combat Team
    91-1227 Enterprise Avenue
    Kapolei, HI 96707-2150
    Phone: (808) 844-6029
    Fax: (808) 844-6063

    103rd Troop Command
    96-1210 Waihona Street
    Pearl City, HI 96782-1997
    Phone: (808) 672-1750
    Fax: (808) 682-1764

    298th Regiment, Regional Training Institute
    Bellows AFS
    711 Tinker Road
    Waimanalo, HI 96795
    Phone: (808) 259-2620/2621
    Fax: (808) 259-2639
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  10. RightOn Member

    Brigadier General
    Gary M. Hara

    Adjutant General
    Major General Darryll Wong
    Commander and Chief of Staff Offices
    3949 Diamond Head Road
    Honolulu, HI 96816-4495

    jeff.hickman@us.army.mil
    charles.anthony@hihick.ang.af.mil

    http://hawaii.gov/dod/hiarng

    Commander and Chief of Staff Offices
    3949 Diamond Head Road
    Honolulu, HI 96816
    Phone: (808) 672-1012
    Fax: (808) 672-1252


    Office of the Adjutant General
    3949 Diamond Head Road
    Honolulu, HI 96816

    Major General Darryll D.M. Wong
    Phone: (808) 672-1201
    Fax: (808) 733-4238

    Administrative Services Office
    Phone: (808) 672-1207
    Fax: (808) 733-4238

    Public Affairs Office
    Phone: (808) 733-4258
    Fax: (808) 733-4236
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  11. Anonymous Member

    Right on, RightOn, I think the best call would be;
    Office of the Adjutant General
    3949 Diamond Head Road
    Honolulu, HI 96816
    Major General Darryll D.M. Wong
    Phone: (808) 672-1201
    Fax: (808) 733-4238
    This would be the Legal area of the Command
    So if they receive a call from a local concerned citizen (they usually are not interested in your name) who has read of the Recent Rash of Deaths at NN Arrowhead. Also the Trois-Rivieres NN being shut down, the Canadian Gov shutting it down etc. So a local citizen Concerned about Young Children, Teenagers, the Very Questionable Treatments, Lack of Qualified Staff, Stories of Inappropriate Sexual Activity between Staff and Clients being treated. Someone who just happened to read some Press Reports, researching and then calling out of Concern. The military Adjutant General's Office would probably take this quite Seriously. If I lived in that area I would be Glad to call, in my area these calls have worked wonders with various agencies. Hopefully someone who lives in the area will read this.
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  12. RightOn Member

    maybe poon the local newspaper and tell them about recent deaths and maybe they will run an article?
    "Is Narconon Dangerous?"
  13. RightOn Member

  14. Anonymous Member

    It's almost right in front of the Honolulu HI Education Department 475 22nd Ave #302 808-203-5500. It is also really close to a Lot of schools in that area and the Hawaii Department of Defense. I cannot imagine the Department of Education would not want to be tied into any NN activities. Need a local to make some calls
  15. Anonymous Member

    Odd, I took the word to mean the wood, Koa, used in instruments. I didn't think of the campgrounds.
  16. RightOn Member

    omg! I wonder if it is just Koa and not KOA the campgrounds???
    but the latter seems to make more sense with familes?
    halp!
  17. Anonymous Member

    not sure it matters, since the poons will work the same either way.
  18. RightOn Member

    ok found it!
    will edit post!

    The Hawaii National Guard Counterdrug Program is the host of the K.O.A. program. The K.O.A. program, formerly known as the Akamai program, is coordinated by the State of Hawaii Family Court 1st Circuit. The K.O.A. program consists of two evening sessions from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm held on the last two Thursdays of every month. Families will receive a letter from the Family Court, which will provide session dates and a map. It is very important that families attend, those who do not will be referred to Family Court.

    K.O.A. Goals
    •Teach different ways of handling and preventing family conflict.
    •Teach practices to help strengthen family relationships and communication.
    •Help families to address their own family disagreements in a way that does not require police or court intervention.

    Our presenters are well respected and knowledgable individuals from the following organizations:
    •Honolulu Police Department
    •Victory Ohana
    •Office of Youth Services
    •Family Court

    very interesting!
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  19. Anonymous Member

    I think Hawaii edu dept is one of the few that banned Narconon following CA.
  20. RightOn Member

    a bit off topic:
    found this little blurb from 2009:
    "A Narconon Hawaii affiliate announced their arrival and location in Kapolei. A brief history was given noting Narconon’s success rates and ability to provide a non-drug method and out patient program for rehabilitating narcotics victims."

    http://www1.honolulu.gov/refs/nco/nb24/09/24marmin.htm
  21. Anonymous Member

    moar from the gov websie.
    These entries are old tho

    from the Kuliouou/Kalani Iki Neighborhood Board 2009
    guests:
    "Bobby Newman and D. Kyle Whitaker (Narconon Hawaii),
    " Narconon Hawaii – Robert Newman reported: Narconon has been in Hawaii for four years and is an outpatient treatment program located at Barbers Point.Myron Thompson chairs the organization. Free parent and educational kits are available. "

    MANOA NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD 2009
    B. Newman offered complimentary informational packets including a disc from Narconon Hawaii; an outpatient drug treatment facility located in Kapolei. He said the company was established in 1966; however, only in Hawaii for the past four years. The packets have reached more than 26,000 homes and continued to empower children through the sponsor program which was in dire need in Hawaii. For further information...."

    loved this entry:
    AII KAI NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD 2006
    "Board member Knudsen made a point of information.He did not think it was appropriate for the Board to make an endorsement of a program that is sponsored by a religious organization.Narconon is not allowed in Hawaii's public schools because it not based on a scientific basis.It is also banned in California.It is a group supported by the Church of Scientology.Committee Chair Hanson thanked Board member Knudsen for his comments."

    moar
    http://www.honolulu.gov/searchresul...=www.honolulu.gov/government/&sa.x=17&sa.y=10


    so it looks like Narconon was going around to all different board meetings and brining pamplets and trying to wealse their way into different towns
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  22. anon walker Moderator

    Yep. Amusingly, not long after NN's "drug education" program was rejected here in Cali, they popped up in Hawaii with the same offer of "free drug education programs" for public schools. This was at a time when the cult was determined to install Narconon bigtime on the islands.

    It was a fizzle, thanks to Cali's thorough evaluation of the offer. So it's not like some Hawaii officials are not aware of the fraudulent nature of the program.
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  23. Ann O'Nymous Member

    So it should be enough to have some local officials speaking with other local officials ?
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  24. Anonymous Member

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  25. Anonymous Member

    [IMG][IMG][IMG][IMG]
    There were there.
  26. Anonymous Member

    That's disappointing.
  27. Anonymous Member

    I am disappoint, USfags and Hawaiifags.
  28. Anonymous Member

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  30. RightOn Member

    Didn't Preston and Travolta spearheard Narconon in Hawaii?
    Wonder if they had anything to do with the National Guard support?
    After all, it's Preston's stomping ground
  31. Sekee Member

    Yes,
    From Kelly Prestons site:

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  32. Anonymous Member

    In cyberspace, they are just some moles to wack.
  33. Sekee Member

    It looks as though Preston has done quite a lot of campaigning for Narconon Hawaii. This is quite an interesting piece of information on her website: (2006)


    Wikipedia Lt. Governor Aiona:
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  34. Anonymous Member

    Scilion websites are usually bullshit. If there's any source it would have been added to Aiona's wiki.
  35. Sekee Member

    Yep, Scilon websites are full of half-truths and lies.
    I must admit I find these connections quite interesting though. Firstly she met with General North and the The Hawaii Air National Guard at Hickam Air Force Base. Where according to her site she promoted the hero’s health fund (Narconon for service men). Photos of the meeting are also on her website.
    Scilon site http://kellypreston.com/general-north/

    The earlier article 2006 shows Preston photographed with Lt. Governor Aiona. Aiona was a member of the advisory council of Federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). According to his Wiki: In 1996, Aiona became the first administrative judge and primary architect of the Drug Court Program in Hawaii. The program gives non-violent offenders a chance to stay out of prison through active and effective drug rehabilitation. Under his leadership, 85 percent of offenders stayed in the program and out of prison.(Sounds like Narconon).
    He was appointed by President George W. Bush in 2006 to the Advisory Commission on Drug-Free Communities, which advises the Director of the White House Office of National Drug Policy. He is also a co-chair for the Aerospace States Association, a national organization of Lt. Governors whose purpose is to promote aerospace policies relating to education and economic development.

    Aionas influence appears to go to the top, if their claims are only half true I think it is a matter for concern.
    Scilon Site: http://kellypreston.com/narconon-hawaii/
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  36. anon walker Moderator

    NarcANON?
  37. Sekee Member

    Honolulu Weekly published this article about Aionas support of Narconon in 2006:

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  38. Anonymous Member

    archived. will add to wiki.
  39. Anonymous Member

    but he's a long goner, useless, waste of time now
  40. Sekee Member

    Maybe, but on the 19 May 2012 he wrote:

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