Scientology: Violating Human Rights Every Day

According to Scientology’s Stand League website, “Central to Scientology beliefs is a conviction that all humankind is entitled to inalienable rights. So it is that for more than 50 years Scientologists have championed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.”

Such a statement sounds noble on its face but as with all things Scientology falls apart upon the most cursory of inspection.

Article 5 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states, “No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.” (Emphasis ours)

What could be more demeaning and degrading to any woman than to have “I love Rapists” photoshopped onto her body?

These scurrilous images are splashed all over social media, inciting others to join in on the psychological assault against a woman who, according to the DHR that Scientology so ardently claims to uphold, has the inalienable right to her privacy and her reputation.

“No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation.”

It is not just Leah Remini who is being assaulted daily by a church who claims superiority over the rest of the world. Each former member who has chosen to exercise his or her right to speak of their experiences has found themselves under attack.

Not just former members either, as the most “ethical religion on the planet” has branched out to attempt to oppress anyone who speaks truths Miscavige doesn’t want exposed.

Which brings to mind Articles 18 and 19 of the DHR that Scientology claims to champion:

Article 18
Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.

Article 19
Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers

David Miscavige’s Hate Monitor is savagely fair gaming Remini, her publicist, her current employer, their sponsors and various journalists with untrue, unfounded claims and unrelenting, undeserved punishment. Every social media post is either a lie, a twisted violation of privacy or just gratuitous bullying the intent of which is to control, silence and intimidate. Such behavior hardly holds up the claim of championing human rights. Nor does it validate the claim of being a “religion”.

Scientology’s grand championship of Human Rights fails also to take Article 10 into consideration as they constantly force former adherents into secretive “religious arbitration”. Denied legal counsel or friendly support those seeking justice against the cult find themselves denied the right not to practice a religion they walked away from, made to appear before a hostile, biased tribunal whose verdict was decided long before the farce is played out.

“Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him”

How does Scientology fight for the inalienable rights of individuals when their every public interaction is intended to destroy those they focus their guns upon?

Hate Monitor’s current theme for the dehumanizing of Leah Remini is that she defends and supports rapists. The authors of these denigrating public attacks are not only in egregious violation of the Declaration of Human Rights but they are, in the simplest of terms, lying.

Les Moonves
Paul Haggis

In their defense of human rights it would seem Article 11, section 1 has been overlooked.

“Everyone charged with a penal offense has the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law in a public trial at which he has had all the guarantees necessary for his defence.”

Neither Les Moonves nor Paul Haggis has been charged with anything. Neither man has been brought to a criminal trial.

Neither man can be called a “rapist”.

Further, when Remini was subpoenaed to speak as a character witness for Haggis during his civil trial the man had not been found liable for anything either. Ergo he was, according to both the law and the DHR, innocent. Leah Remini was asked to speak as to what she knows not to decide Haggis’ guilt.

Thus, Scientology’s constant claims that she is a rapist defender is not only a bold faced, pre-planned LIE, but every tweet Hate Monitor posts is in direct conflict with Moonves’ and Haggis’ inalienable right to the presumption of innocence.

Scientology does not champion human rights. They do not fight for any altruistic cause at all.

The only thing Scientology is concerned with is pretense, deceit and maliciousness.

Scientology LIES.

Scientology HATES.

Not a church, not a religion, there is nothing spiritual about Hate Monitor or David Miscavige’s unhinged obsession with revenge.

Scientology is a cult of control. Anyone who doesn’t submit is hounded like prey.

Destroy by any means necessary.

One thought on “Scientology: Violating Human Rights Every Day

  1. I also think it’s rich that Scientology wants to enjoy the human rights when it suits their cause, but want to ignore and bend other policies to suit their agendas. The cult is a farce. And if their ‘fair gaming’ wasn’t so hurtful, it would be nearly laughable in its childishness.

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