Reminder: Operation ReConnect TOMORROW (April 12, 2008)

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From ReConnect.Org:

“In our continuing efforts against the Church of Scientology, Anonymous is launching Operation Reconnect. Projected to take place in the month of April, this operation will shine a spotlight on families torn apart by the Church of Scientology. “The aim is to bring these families together,” commented an organizer who identified himself as David Mudkip.

The name of this operation stems from the Church of Scientology’s notorious ‘disconnection policy’, under which individuals within the Church are forbidden contact with those whom the Church deems to be a threat to its security. This policy is used frequently by the Church of Scientology to separate families, creating a rift between those outside the Church and those trapped within it. This also serves the purpose of removing any social supports an individual has outside the Church, making it more difficult for them to end their affiliation with this organization.

Since Anonymous set out on a campaign against the Church of Scientology, a number of individuals have stepped forth with accounts of their personal experiences within the Church. Many of these people described the negative influence exerted by the Church of Scientology on their families. On April 12th some of these individuals will be relating their experiences to the public as speakers at peaceful demonstrations.”

For world-wide protest locations, click here.

For an abridged summary of some of the crimes of the Cult of Scientology, click here.

For more on Scientology, click here.

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