Scientology plans Narconon drug rehab for Ireland, but the locals are not having it - 2018-01-14

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F347.png Scientology plans Narconon drug rehab for Ireland, but the locals are not having it January 14, 2018, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Rod Keller checks in with a look at how David Miscavige's plan for new Narconons around the world is increasingly running into obstacles.

Scientology is planning to open a new Narconon drug rehab facility in the small town of Ballivor, Ireland. They have purchased the building that once housed the Raspberry Wood Nursing Home, and the Narconon website has a placeholder for "Ireland" in preparation for the opening. Residents are opposed to the center and Noel French of the Meath County Council is finding that Scientology is secretive about its undertakings and does not welcome community comment or concern. He told the Irish Times, "We have tried to find out what the building is going to be used for but we've been stonewalled with secrecy. Why all the secrecy over a nursing home in the middle of a town with 1,700 residents?"

[Planned Narconon Ireland in Ballivor]

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Scientology plans Narconon drug rehab for Ireland, but the locals are not having it | url = https://tonyortega.org/2018/01/14/scientology-plans-narconon-drug-rehab-for-ireland-but-the-locals-are-not-having-it/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = January 14, 2018 | accessdate = January 14, 2018 }}