Evidence that Scientology is adopting an anti-vaxx strategy, and with political aspirations - 2019-07-21

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F347.png Evidence that Scientology is adopting an anti-vaxx strategy, and with political aspirations July 21, 2019, Rod Keller, Underground Bunker

There's a new group of Scientologists and their allies calling themselves the Conscience Coalition. It doesn't have the official blessing of the church yet, but there's no doubt they're well connected with OSA, the Office of Special Affairs, which is responsible for all contact with the world outside Scientology. The stated goal of the new group is "To protect our fundamental right to freedom of conscience, which includes freedom of thought, belief and religion, is secured for every individual."

And you know when Scientology is that vague, it's up to something.

With one notable exception the members are entirely Scientologists. Follow any of them on social media and you will find photos from the Freewinds, from Flag Land Base, from Delphian Academy, and from Scientology social reform front groups. The "Chief architect, strategist and lobbyist" of the group is Greg Mitchell, a registered lobbyist for Scientology who received half a million dollars from the church over the last five years. His wife Renee Bessone is listed as the founder and chair of the organization.

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{{cite news | first = Rod | last = Keller | title = Evidence that Scientology is adopting an anti-vaxx strategy, and with political aspirations | url = https://tonyortega.org/2019/07/21/evidence-that-scientology-is-adopting-an-anti-vaxx-strategy-and-with-political-aspirations/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = July 21, 2019 | accessdate = July 21, 2019 }}