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THE RELIGION OF SCIENTOLOGY
THE GUARANTOR OF SCIENTOLOGY’S FUTURE
MR. DAVID MISCAVIGE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD RELIGIOUS TECHNOLOGY CENTER
  INTERNATIONAL SCIENTOLOGY EVENTS
OPENINGS OF NEW IDEAL CHURCHES OF SCIENTOLOGY
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Then there’s education, because people can’t go free if they can’t acquire wisdom — not to mention all illiteracy costs in poverty and despair. But through the 1990s, Applied Scholastics has been turning the tide with LRH Study Tech in 289 centers world over. In South Africa, where more than two million students now employ LRH study tools. In China, where more than five thousand teachers have been trained to use those tools and yet another eighteen hundred in the Dominican Republic. Until, as of tonight, nearly thirty-three thousand teachers apply LRH Study Tech for the benefit of almost twenty million students.

But you still have that planetary moral crisis for which LRH wrote The Way to Happiness. It’s distributed world over by The Way to Happiness Foundation, and today The Way to Happiness is in more than sixty countries, translated into 27 languages, with a worldwide distribution of more than 54 million copies.

Yet even removing rampant criminality, drug abuse, illiteracy, moral despair and psychiatry, you’re still facing a population trapped in a carefully-woven web of economic lies and pervasive anxiety. And the answer is WISE — the World Institute of Scientology Enterprises. In the 1990s, WISE came into play in honestly miraculous ways, using administrative tools to bring whole cities back from the dead, across an economically devastated Eastern Europe. Meanwhile, in South Africa, the Inkatha Freedom Party employs the LRH org board. Just one more example of how that dream to provide black Africa with the tools for freedom, has been realized.

Then there’s the Hubbard College International in Los Angeles — now a fully recognized institution and granting Associate degrees, while there are now 29 Hubbard Colleges world over, 164 groups and more than 101,000 companies currently using LRH Tech.

But for all our groups and activities accomplish with the application of LRH Tech to halt the cultural tailspin, let’s not forget that people still need spiritual salvation. And so field auditors move out under the International Hubbard Ecclesiastical League of Pastors, or I HELP. And in addition to providing the LRH tools found in The Scientology Handbook, Volunteer Ministers are now moving into disaster sites — and so saving lives in Japan, Taiwan, Turkey, Greece, Venezuela and China. While today, even the Red Cross now calls in our ministers and uses our tech from Northridge, California to Papua New Guinea.

And as Scientologists continue moving out — across ninety-one nations to date — those they help reach for more tech. And so we build missions to open The Bridge under the banner of Scientology Missions International. And with missions, we’re not just halting planetary decline — we’re actually placing people on The Bridge to Freedom. And to make LRH tech accessible to virtually everyone, the on-ramps to The Bridge are no longer in only 14 languages, but in 53 languages — or more than eight-tenths of the world’s population.