Commentary on the Humanitarian Perspective of the Scientology Religion

Commentary on the Humanitarian Perspective of the Scientology Religion June 18, 2017

In subscribing to the Code of a Scientologist one pledges to “support true humanitarian endeavors in the fields of human rights.” And the Aims of Scientology are”A civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have rights, and where Man is free to rise to greater heights.”

This is clear in the emphasis Scientologists place on the humanitarian activities the Church supports.

A video interview with Mr. Sebonyane Alfred Tsetsane, who served as Regional Commissioner for the South African Department of Corrections, gives a view of these programs from the perspective of those who partner with the Church to accomplish these purposes.

Mr. Tsetsane oversaw and managed a three-province region with eight facilities, 39 Correctional Centres and 50 Community Corrections Offices. With responsibility for all aspects of Correctional Services, including education, health care and spiritual care, he looked to the Criminon, Narconon and The Way to Happiness programs for effective impact on the lives of offenders.

 

 


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