Scientology scores with political conservatives in Europe using the 'religious freedom' gambit - 2018-06-17
Rod Keller has a pretty alarming update for us on Scientology's sneaky "interfaith" efforts scoring some pretty serious paydirt...
On June 28 Scientology is co-sponsoring an event in Brussels with ACRE, the Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe. Faith and Freedom Summit 2018 is the most important political event for Scientology in years. Speakers and participants include ambassadors, United Nations officials, diplomats, professors, and human rights activists. The list of speakers is packed with Scientologists and their allies.
The Solvay Library was constructed in 1902 to host an Institute of Sociology. Scientists such as Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, and Niels Bohr participated in the 1927 Solvay Conference during which Einstein was quoted as saying about Heisenberg's theories of quantum mechanics, "God does not play dice," to which Bohr replied, "Einstein, stop telling God what to do." Today the library is open for tours and may be rented for private events.