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THE RELIGION OF SCIENTOLOGY
THE GUARANTOR OF SCIENTOLOGY’S FUTURE
MR. DAVID MISCAVIGE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD RELIGIOUS TECHNOLOGY CENTER
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What followed was a full briefing, decade by decade, on the history, triumphs and accomplishments of Dianetics and Scientology, culminating in the close of the 1990s, and thus where Scientology stood at the onset of the 21st century.

Mr. David Miscavige Chairman of the Board Religious Technology Center New Year's Address Scientology 2000: The First 50 Years

While everywhere we bring our technology to bear marks a milestone in itself and cause for celebration, you have to take it all in.

You have to consider the whole.

So let me roll it in just those terms and tell you what else we accomplished in the 1990s and exactly where we stand today, in all sectors, as we close out this century.

It starts with the global view of the Association for Better Living and Education — ABLE — now with 445 groups across 59 nations utilizing LRH tech to heal populations devastated by a century of psychiatry, and so lift them to the point where they, too, can go free.

And exactly to that point, there’s Criminon. Because you can’t set people free if they’ve been terrorized by criminals. So by the end of the nineties, we brought seventy-five hundred inmates through the Criminon courses, and court systems from California to Alabama now regularly direct offenders to Criminon. Every prison in Israel utilizes Criminon, as well as nine hundred more programs in twenty nations.

Likewise, people can’t go free if they are drugged out, or suffering what drugs bring to their neighborhoods. And that’s LRH drug rehab tech in application under the Narconon banner. As of tonight, 1.2 million students have been turned away from drugs through Narconon drug education lectures. While in total across 27 nations, there are more than 65 Narconon centers.